I've got the same problem w/my 97 corolla, all the nuts are off and the tire won't come off...what could be holding it on? the way to get the wheel assembely off is by kicking it because theres a lo of rust on the back part of the wheel and on the pilot hub of the rotor....if u do happen to get it off u should scrub it with a wire brush to take off all the rust.
stock is 13" diameter is 165
30 PS is the correct tire pressure for a 1999 Toyota Corolla.
What is the size Corolla 2005
The recommended tire size for the 1989 Toyota Corolla is 175 R70 13. However, a size larger can be used with no harm to the car.
The front tire pressure for a 98 Toyota Corolla should be 32 psi. The sidewall of the tire has the tire pressure stamped in the material.
The original tire size is 155/80R-13
Check under the spare tire
I have a 2008 Toyota Corolla. The size is P195/65R15. Essentially, it means 15-inch steel wheels.
stock is 175/65-14
In the trunk underneath the floor
The size is P195/65R15
5 per tire
2006 Corolla CE according to TireRack is:185/65-15
The correct tire pressure for your Toyota Corolla 1.6 liter hatchback is 32 pounds per square inch. The tire pressure should be checked when the tires are cool.
The best tire size for your 2002 Toyota Corolla will depend on the model. For a 2002 Toyota Corolla CE, you will need P175/65R14 tires. For a 2002 Corolla LE and a 2002 Corolla S, you will need P185/65R14 tires.
The stock tire size is P175/65R14 (or 175/65/14)