Yes every corolla made is fwd
A chain. Every Corolla since 1988 has a chain
every 100,000 mile's
every 60 k miles
toyota recomend 60k or every 5 years
No. The 1997 Toyota Corolla has a timing belt, which, according to the dealer, should be replaced every 90,000 miles or 6 years.
There are torque specifications for every bolt in a Toyota Corolla 1.3 L engine. The head bolt torque specifications is 70 pounds.
Yes, it has a belt that must be replaced every 60,000 miles.
If it is an automatic transmission every 30 thousand miles.
Recommended at every 25,000-30,000 miles
Every 2500 to 3000 miles is highly recommended
Every Toyota Corolla manufactured from 1998 to 2012 Model year has the 1ZZ FE 1.8Liter engine with a timing chain, no belt, with the exception of the XRS Trim which had a high performance 1.8liter but still a chain, and Toyota sets no interval for changing it
If it has a replaceable filter I recommend every 75,000 miles.
Yes, you can adjust the valves on a 2003 Toyota Corolla. Sometimes the valve clearance needs to be adjusted. They should be inspected every 2 years or 40,000 miles.
at authorized service thay said that every 100 000 km
Its a non interference engine. Change the belt every 60,000 miles.
No, it has a timing belt which must be changed every 60,000 miles.
does a toyota corolla have timing belt or chain wit a 1ZZ-FE engine ************ It has a chain. Every Corolla from 1998 to 2012, all trims have the 1ZZ FE 1.8 Liter except the XRS 2005 & 2006 with a 2ZZ GE high performance 1.8Liter, still with a chain
Check your manual, for most cars it's every 3 months or 3,000 miles, whichever happens first.
Can't say for every part but the doors seem to be interchangable from 94-96 so it might be true for other parts.
Hello, Timing Belts in general, should be replaced about every 80,000 Kilometres or 50,000 miles.
yah they can go every 5000kms.
It is my understanding that all corollas up to 2003 have a timing chain not a timing belt. So really if the car is running fine don't worry about it. It's really when they have a timing belt that they recommend replacing it every 35000 to 50000 miles. Don't quote on this, I own a 2003 Toyota corolla and that's the information the dealer gave me.
Your 2001 Toyota corolla SHOULDN'T use 1 quart of oil for every refill of the gas tank. If yours is doing this, i would stop driving it immediately because if you lose enough oil, your engine will overheat and cease itself in place, literally welding it so it will never move again. I believe that you have a very severe oil leak and would get it checked right away.