Does a 1999 Toyota Corolla have struts or shocks?
1999 Toyota Corolla Shocks & Struts Parts
Either way, Advance Auto Parts has 57 different Shocks & Struts products in our inventory ranging from $6.49 to $394.30. That means you can find the exact parts or products you need to keep that 1999 Toyota Corolla running smoothly. via
Does a 1999 Toyota Corolla have a timing belt or chain?
Does my vehicle have a timing belt or timing chain?
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Does a 1999 Toyota Corolla have a timing chain?
All models of the 1999 Toyota Corolla have an interference engine with a timing chain. via
How long do struts usually last?
On average, if your car has been “babied,” you can expect your shocks/struts to last about 10 years. If you have really used your car like a workhorse, 5 years is probably all you can expect. This means that for the average driver, 7 or 8 years is the maximum life expectancy of most shocks and struts. via
How many miles can corolla last?
Whether you have a Toyota Corolla lease or you own it, drivers who follow the recommended maintenance schedule can expect their new Toyota Corolla's life expectancy to reach up to 10 years or 300,000 miles – or more! via
Do struts last longer than shocks?
Shocks and struts are reliable last much longer than many other parts in your car, but they'll still need to be replaced with time. Shocks and struts should always be replaced at the same time. Unlike some steering and suspension components, the left and right shocks/struts tend to wear down at the same rate. via