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Toyota Corolla Engine Replacement

If your late model Toyota Corolla engine has failed, Low Mileage Engines has a quality OEM replacement engine available. Corolla engines are one of our biggest sellers, because we specialize in low mile, low wear units. Our standard warranty is industry leading.

A used Corolla engine can save you money

While we have many years of Corolla engines available, we specialize in 1ZZ-FE and 2ZZ-GE engines. Our advanced interchange systems guarantee that any engine we sell you will be the correct engine for your application guaranteed. Finally, we will provide you with a free CARFAX to verify all mileage on any Corolla engine we sell you. Low miles, fair price, long warranty. We’re your Corolla engine replacement source.

How to get a price

The best way to get a price is to call us at 901-266-9996. You can also fill out an engine request.

Toyota Corolla used engine directory
Year Make / Model Engine Size VIN Code/Engine Code/Transmission Type

1995 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.6L VIN “A” 4A-FE DOHC 16 Valve, California Emissions
1995 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.6L VIN “A” 4A-FE DOHC 16 Valve, Federal and Canadian Emissions
1995 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.8L VIN “B” 4A-FE DOHC 16 Valve, California Emissions
1995 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.8L VIN “B” 4A-FE DOHC 16 Valve, Federal and Canadian Emissions
1996 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.6L VIN “A” 4A-FE DOHC 16 Valve
1996 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.8L VIN “B” 4A-FE DOHC 16 Valve
1997 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.6L VIN “A” 4A-FE DOHC 16 Valve
1997 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.8L VIN “B” 7A-FE DOHC 16 Valve
1998 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.8L VIN “R” 1ZZ-FE DOHC
1999 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.8L VIN “R” 1ZZ-FE DOHC
2000 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.8L VIN “R” 1ZZ-FE DOHC w/VVT
2001 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.8L VIN “R” 1ZZ-FE DOHC w/VVT
2002 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.8L VIN “R” 1ZZ-FE DOHC w/VVT
2003 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.8L VIN “R” 1ZZ-FE DOHC w/VVT
2004 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.8L VIN “R” 1ZZ-FE DOHC w/VVT, early production (thru 4/04)
2004 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.8L VIN “R” 1ZZ-FE DOHC w/VVT, early production (thru 4/04)
2004 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.8L VIN “Y” 2ZZ-GE DOHC 16 Valve w/VVT
2005 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.8L VIN “R” 1ZZ-FE DOHC w/VVT
2005 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.8L VIN “Y” 2ZZ-GE DOHC w/VVT
2006 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.8L VIN “R” 1ZZ-FE DOHC w/VVT
2006 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.8L VIN “Y” 2ZZ-GE DOHC w/VVT
2007 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.8L VIN “R” 1ZZ-FE DOHC w/VVT
2008 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.8L VIN “R” 1ZZ-FE DOHC w/VVT
2009 Toyota Corolla Engine 1.8L VIN “R” 1ZZ-FE DOHC w/VVT
2009 Toyota Corolla XRS Engine 2.4L VIN “E” 2AZ-FE DOHC w/VVT

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A History of Toyota Corolla Engines 1998-Present

The Toyota Corolla, introduced in 1966, is the longest-running Toyota model except for the Land Cruiser and is one of the most popular compact/subcompact lines in the world, outselling all others in 1997. At that time, the E110 or eighth generation Corolla, a 1995 redesign, used many of the same components as the seventh generation E100 (including its cast iron engine) for budgetary reasons.

Beginning in 1998, however, the more powerful, cleaner-burning 1ZZ-FE engine became available in Corollas sold outside of Japan for the first time. The 1ZZ-FE, a 1.8-liter, straight-four-cylinder, 120-hp (at 5,200 rpm) engine with SFI fuel injection, emphasized torque and affordability. This two-cam, 16-valve engine featured cylinder heads and an engine block made of aluminum, resulting in a lighter car with ten per cent more fuel efficiency than the 4A-FE engine in the previous E100 series. The cylinders themselves were lined with cast iron, while the intake manifold was either cast aluminum or plastic, was and placed at the front of the engine to allow for a shorter exhaust manifold. Later versions of the 1ZZ-FE engines had VVT-i (

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