Question about Toyota Corolla
You need to tell us what engine you're working on. The usual way with modern Toyota engines is that they have a basic torque and then an angled tightening. As an example the 5A has a basic torque of 26nm and then a further tightening of 90 degrees followed by a second 90 degrees.
The engine type is very important because the torques vary from engine to engine.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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