Users can find torque specs for certain wheels at the Dorman Products wheel nut torque specifications document or at the Discount Tire wheel torque chart webpage. The two mentioned documents are not exhaustive, however. Torque specs for wheels of newer car models may not be available.
To find out a wheel torque spec, check the vehicle's manual, industry reference guide or the shop repair manual. Vehicle dealers can also provide an appropriate wheel torque spec.
All 13 models of the 2016 Toyota Corolla seat five people, have front-wheel drive and come with a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine. The various models have three transmission types, including manual and two kinds of automatic.
The weight of a Toyota Corolla is roughly 2,800 pounds, as of 2014. The Corolla has been in production since 1966 and was the best-selling car in the world in 1974. The Corolla has continued to be one of the best-selling cars.
The Toyota Corolla is a compact sedan that is powered by a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine in all but one of its 2015 trim levels that produces 132 horsepower and 128 foot-pounds of torque. Front-wheel drive and a six-speed manual transmission are standard.
Toyota Corolla body kits vary depending on the model and features desired, but the standard components include a front bumper cover, side skirt panels and a rear bumper cover. Most are made with fiberglass-reinforced plastics or poly-urethane, and generally the kits come unpainted. Some kits also co
The exact positioning may vary somewhat by model year, but the brake light switch in Toyota Corollas is usually in the immediate vicinity of the brake pedal. In many models, it is be mounted just above or just behind the brake pedal.
Customers can find information about tire sizes for a 2009 Toyota Corolla through retail outlets, such as Goodyear, Michelin and Tire Rack, as noted on their websites. Retail outlets typically offer different tire types, such as winter, all-season and sport performance.
Replacing the starter on a Toyota Corolla requires unplugging the battery and starter solenoid, and removing the assembly from the transmission. The task requires basic mechanical knowledge and hand tools to complete.
To find torque specs for new Ford vehicles, visit Ford.com, and find the specific vehicle. To find torque specs for older Ford models, browse Edmunds.com, and select a specific Ford vehicle. Torque is usually listed under engine specs.