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DIY Haynes Manual for European 8th Gen Corolla

Discussion in 'Other DIY & Questions' started by DigitalRemix, Jan 23, 2013.

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    Mine has gotten kinda dirty. Well used if you know what I mean.
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    You need a Haynes Manual that much??

    :please:
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    No not even. But doing actual car work like um, CHANGING YOUR OIL can get your hands dirty. And when I do something on my car I usually browse through the book lol
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    Yeah I'd probably use the book if I had one.
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    I look at Toyota FSM every time.

    I use the exact torque, on every bolt.

    This is the cheat sheet for when you don't have the book and need to know the torque:
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    Added: Mar 29, 2013 at 12:46 AM
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    Exact torque? On every bolt?

    :please:
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    :please: I know you like it.
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    IDK, it seems if I torque my sway bar bolts properly, they fall out. And when I try to make them tighter, they break. :noidea:
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    Bigger sways with stock mounts?
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    Bigger sways with stock mounts, but proper bushings.
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    Rubber->Poly?
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    Rubber. And it still makes all kinds of noises. :deskflip:
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    Gold your torque wrench could be off. Especially if it's used a lot and left sitting with tension on it.
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    Does dropping a torque wrench from like 6 feet up damage it also?
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    It's brand new and I bought it specifically for these bolts LOL.
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    How disgustingly ironic.

    :kidding:
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    Yeah, a waste of $80 :okay:
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    B Please.
    James likes this.
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    U torqued, bro?
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    Exactly.
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