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    Hello Members, This thread is dedicated to the Legendary Fifth generation Toyota Corolla aka EE80 or in Pakistan famous as CHIYASEE Corolla discuss all your problems over here and feel free to share pictures and queries.

    Toyota Corolla 1986 Owners & Fans Club -409969


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    Salam guys,

    Thanks for starting this thread. I really enjoyed it reading. I am happy that there are some car enthusiasts. I love old cars. The sheer details of everything. Nowadays everything is plastic. Even you don't get adjustable headrest.
    I own 86GT. I can't share pictures right now as I am fixing the wiring. So she is not in a good shape. I found a few picture over the internet and I simply love them. Here they are..
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    Also if anyone need any help about AE82 let me. I have a few wiring diagrams I can share.

    Thanks..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jehanzebafridi101 View Post
    Salam guys,

    Thanks for starting this thread. I really enjoyed it reading. I am happy that there are some car enthusiasts. I love old cars. The sheer details of everything. Nowadays everything is plastic. Even you don't get adjustable headrest.
    I own 86GT. I can't share pictures right now as I am fixing the wiring. So she is not in a good shape. I found a few picture over the internet and I simply love them. Here they are..

    Also if anyone need any help about AE82 let me. I have a few wiring diagrams I can share.

    Thanks..
    Wailikum Assalam brother welcome to the thread.
    Your not the only one who love old cars ......
    Old cars have there own charm and own classy look
    do share some pics of your rare beauty
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    Cleaned

    toyota corolla 1986 owners amp fans club -1722507

    Still need alot of work specially colour

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    ae101 vs ae80

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    Quote Originally Posted by SER_GTR View Post
    Get 22VB (Its Written On Caliper Backside) Front Rotors With Hubs Complete...Easy Bolt-On Install.....

    Get Ae101 Type Brake Booster....Bleed The Complete System Rear/Front And Put Fresh New Oil....

    (Dont Death Bleed Systm..Where Chota Pumps Pedal Like Maniac And Ustaad Gets Air Out...It Will Damage Diaphram Of Booster And Wear Out Seals Of Your Newly Installed Brake Booster/Cylinder..So Take Care Of It..)

    Fresh Pads.....And You Have A Very Good Braking System
    Sir can you tell me the proper method of bleeding the brakes...i only know the method that you said are not good for brake booster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hassan1991 View Post
    Sir can you tell me the proper method of bleeding the brakes...i only know the method that you said are not good for brake booster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SER_GTR View Post
    Thanks
    Sir don't understand that apparatus.
    that's an ordinary jar or sealed to make a vacuum?
    And with which nut you connected that jar?
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    @Hassan1991
    You wouldn't be able to vacuum the system. That needs a proper apparatus.

    This is the most simple and mostly used method known as pump pedal bleed.
    Just be cautious don't push the brake paddle to the floor only push it to half way at max.

    The bleeder screw must be present on brake calipers.
    It should have a rubber cap on it... Well that is usually removed by our desi mechanics.

    Slide the pipe on that bleeder screw and place the other end of pipe in some container dipped in a little brake fluid so that it can't suck the air back in.

    Open the bleeder screw pump the pedal half way close the bleeder screw and release the pedal.. Never let the reservoir level get low during this process.
    This is what i did while doing brake fluid flush on my car.
    This method requires two person's.



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    Quote Originally Posted by hassantahir2 View Post
    @Hassan1991
    You wouldn't be able to vacuum the system. That needs a proper apparatus.

    This is the most simple and mostly used method known as pump pedal bleed.
    Just be cautious don't push the brake paddle to the floor only push it to half way at max.

    The bleeder screw must be present on brake calipers.
    It should have a rubber cap on it... Well that is usually removed by our desi mechanics.

    Slide the pipe on that bleeder screw and place the other end of pipe in some container dipped in a little brake fluid so that it can't suck the air back in.

    Open the bleeder screw pump the pedal half way close the bleeder screw and release the pedal.. Never let the reservoir level get low during this process.
    This is what i did while doing brake fluid flush on my car.
    This method requires two person's.



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    Thanks Hassan
    Will try it coming weekend.As you said it needs 2 persons so I need my father to work with me.
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    @hassantahir2 @SER_GTR what do you prefers power steering or manual ?
    i personally prefer manual as it gives more road feel on high speed while hydraulic power steering becomes dangerous.
    as you know it gonna be use for drag purpose sooner or later so should i go for power or stay with the manual?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hassan1991 View Post
    @hassantahir2 @SER_GTR what do you prefers power steering or manual ?
    i personally prefer manual as it gives more road feel on high speed while hydraulic power steering becomes dangerous.
    as you know it gonna be use for drag purpose sooner or later so should i go for power or stay with the manual?
    power Shld Do Fine Also ...

    the bleeding method i mentioned is simple and atleast won't kill you booster diaphram and master cyl seals by kicking pedal

    this requires only soft pedal push in order to remove old fluid along with any air bubbles present and at same time pour new oil into system...

    this can also be done alone but requires some effort....2 persons are good....just be careful to fill up master cyl everytime u remove oil and level goes down...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SER_GTR View Post
    power Shld Do Fine Also ...

    the bleeding method i mentioned is simple and atleast won't kill you booster diaphram and master cyl seals by kicking pedal

    this requires only soft pedal push in order to remove old fluid along with any air bubbles present and at same time pour new oil into system...

    this can also be done alone but requires some effort....2 persons are good....just be careful to fill up master cyl everytime u remove oil and level goes down...
    so sir you prefer power even for dragging??
    right...will try your DIY
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hassan1991 View Post
    so sir you prefer power even for dragging??
    right...will try your DIY
    As Far As You Are Driving In Complete Senses...Its Fine Unless You Are Having Too Much Horses Under Hood!

    It Wont Go Insane As P.S Tends To Get Harder When Engine Revvs Higher (Designed To Work Like This)Unless The System Is Fiddled With!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SER_GTR View Post
    As Far As You Are Driving In Complete Senses...Its Fine Unless You Are Having Too Much Horses Under Hood!

    It Wont Go Insane As P.S Tends To Get Harder When Engine Revvs Higher (Designed To Work Like This)Unless The System Is Fiddled With!
    Right so I'm taking it worng.
    But it still depends upon my swap...may be it's 1nz-fe (just for university as daily driven) ,2zzge or 4agze.
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    Please do share them wiring diagrams...Also please share the pictures of your car..

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    Please do share them wiring diagrams...Also please share the pictures of your car..

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    Quote Originally Posted by asadalizai View Post
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    Please do share them wiring diagrams...Also please share the pictures of your car..
    you also share the pictures of your one brother...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hassan1991 View Post
    you also share the pictures of your one brother...
    I have shared couple of pictures but I shall be sharing fresh pictures soon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by asadalizai View Post
    I have shared couple of pictures but I shall be sharing fresh pictures soon...
    Will be waiting
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    After all these years this car has not lost its price. Even today if you go for a clean one you can't get it below 4-5 lacs.

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