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Toyota Corolla 1991 Problems

Are you having problems with your 1991 Toyota Corolla? Let our team of motoring experts keep you up to date with all of the latest 1991 Toyota Corolla issues & faults. We have gathered all of the most frequently asked questions and problems relating to the 1991 Toyota Corolla in one spot to help you decide if it's a smart buy.

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FIRSTLY, you have a gem. The 4A-GE engine is regarded as a classic and much sought-after to fit in Mini Clubmans. There are no major problems to be concerned about with the engine. Secondly, the engine is a free-spinning design, the piston tops are relieved to provide clearance to the valve train so there shouldn't be a problem if you break a cam belt. That said, anything is possible if you break a belt at high engine speed, when you might stretch a valve stem enough to make contact. High-mileage cars can have a problem with fifth gear, but don't panic, it's not something to be too concerned about.

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