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Which highest performance Toyota engine would fit in my 1985 Corolla

In the United Kingdom the Toyota Auris is the successor to the Toyota Corolla, in other words the Auris is what the Corolla would look like today had Toyota decided not to change the name. Maintenance wise, the Auris and Corolla are both viewed by Toyota as the same car in terms of services and therefore both follow the same maintenance schedules.

The new 2011 Corolla S has 134hp. That would be stock .

It would be "Toyota Corolla.

I would assume it would be a Toyota Corolla, Toyota Camry, or Honda Civic

The year and engine size would help me to help you.

The 1993 Toyota Corolla had 110 horsepower. To achieve the Corollas maximum horsepower you would need to be moving at 5,600 rpms.

I don't know.What I would do is call Toyota and see what they can do for you.

Freon is a brand name of refrigerant. Your Toyota takes R134a refrigerant.

Unless your system has been convert to take R-134a you would need 25oz of R-12. If your system has been convert to R-134a you would use 20oz to 21.25oz of R-134a.

If you are in the market for a used Toyota Corolla you would first want to check out ebay motors and see what they have available. You might also call around to your local car dealerships to see if they can help locate a used Toyota Corolla.

Take it back and get them to check it.

One reason why fuel and temperature gauges would stop working on a 1992 Toyota Corolla would be a short in the wires. This would lead to a blown fuse. Check the fuse and replace it.

You would go to a mechanic and ask what the problem is.

It is a vacuum line diagram for a 1988 Toyota Corolla. What else would it be. :-) Just playing. You can find one [ Here]

I would like to see Corolla 2000 engine diagrammatically, possibly in different angels; break-downs.

Yes. Any car can be. It depends on how much you're willing to pay and how much performance you're willing to sacrifice. The question is, why would you want to bullet proof a Toyota Corolla?

Would have been built for R12, can be converted to R134a.

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I would expect to find a carburetor diagram at your local Toyota dealer, you can ask them how much it costs, or see if Auto Zone has it. I choose Toyota because Chevy Novas at the time were built by Toyota and were on the same chassis as the Corolla.

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Would have been built for R12, can be converted to R134a.

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