Type of oil on 1991 Toyota Corolla

I lost the owners manual and need to know what type of oil my 1991 toyota corolla takes?

by in Sunnyvale, CA on July 17, 2009
1 answer
ANSWER by on July 17, 2009
If your Corolla has more than 100,000 miles then I would use 10w30. Less than 100,000 then 5w30 is ok. use a good quality name brand oil like Valvoline, Quaker State, etc. Good Luck!
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