The fuel capacity of 1986 of Toyota Corolla is 50 liters /U.S. gallon / 11 imperial gallons. Its fuel type is petrol or gasoline.Ê
1980 to 1986 Toyota corolla
You can refill your 1986 Toyota Corolla power steering fluid through the power steering reservoir. The power steering reservoir will be on the left-hand side of the engine.
Is on the engine block on the upper water hose.
Around $1200 registered and running with 200k+ kilometers
0.44 i believe
TRy on the neg side of the coil.
Of Course not. That's a foolish question.
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.
Any vehicle after 1986 takes unleaded fuel, unless it is a diesal of course
first you take the timing covers off, that means all 3 pieces, then you support the engine up, because you'll have to loosen the right passenger motor mount. make sure you support it by placing a piece of wood wedged between the the jack and oil pan. then you loosen the timing tensioner,after you disassemble the crank pulley
take out spare tire and replace with a can of fik a flat you can pick up at Walmart
by taking 4 bolts out and get a new one and put them back in
Becuase you're revving the engine. Becuase you're revving the engine.
the best ive ever found and had was my dubed out 1986 toyota corolla 5spd it got 56 mpg high way and 52 city
Sounds like an electrical problem, check your battery, alternator, and fuse box, and light wiring.
there is no timing belt it has a timing chain
http://www.autozone.com/N,26200243/shopping/specsSelect.htm 8 degrees BTDC @ 800 rpm
Yes it does have a timing chain. any man worth half his soul knows that anything made in the good ol US of A has a steel chain not some ridiculous rubber trash like some rice patty corolla
The 1986 Mercedes-Benz timing marks can be found on the main pulley. The timing marks will be scattered around the outside of the pulley.
No your cylinders should not freeze up, you may have bent the valves in the cylinder head tho
The 1986 Toyota Pickup wiring diagram can be found here: http://www.installdr.com/Harnesses/Toyota-Wiring.pdf