It depends on how you are warming up the car. If you do it correctly & drive the car easy it will warm up much quicker than allowing it to idle while warming up.What is the normal run in kilometer's for a 2010 Corolla before the engine is run in?
How long would it take to warm up a Corolla with temperatures below zero, i.e. - 12 Degrees?
+!:thumbsup:It depends on how you are warming up the car. If you do it correctly & drive the car easy it will warm up much quicker than allowing it to idle while warming up.
Everything you need to know.....except how to search!:lol: ---->How to remove the oil filterYeah, EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW thread. Well, one of the frustrations of new Corolla owners is how to change the oil filter (after the freebie maintenance runs out). Apparently the new cannister filters require a special tool to take apart the filter assembly, right? Is there a drain tube issue involved? In fact, is there ANY decent tutorial (or person to ask here) who can answer the simple question of HOW DO I CHANGE MY OIL FILTER? Thanks.......
+1Everything you need to know.....except how to search!:lol: ---->How to remove the oil filter
If youve done oil changes on previous vehicles, you dont need a tutorial for this car. My best advice is a get one of the tools listed in the thread I linked (I have the adjustable type, works ok). When you get under the car, take the filter out before you drain the oil. I do this, exepcially on a new car, so that I know I'll be able to complete the job before I drain the oil out.
Hope this helps:thumbsup:
I'd like to see the k-sports, Eibach or Tein H-Techs on stock tire sizes 205/55R16.
Here's the thread.look in the lowering springs thread...
Here's the thread.
I have Tein H-Techs on my stock Xrs 17s.
That's exactly the drop i want... So i guess 9 gen springs fit in my 2011 corolla?Brand: Tein S-Techs Lowering Springs NOTE: These S-Techs were designed for the 9thGen Corolla]
Drop: ---NEED INFO---
Height Above the Tire:
Tire Size Used: 225/40/18