in your garage to make future searches easy.
|Front axle brake caliper||70.07 lbf⋅ft|
|Front axle brake disc||5.16 lbf⋅ft|
|Steering gear||44.25 lbf⋅ft|
|Track rod end on stub axle||25.81 lbf⋅ft|
|First stage||73.76 lbf⋅ft|
|Third stage||14.75 lbf⋅ft|
|Wheel attachment||66.38 lbf⋅ft|
Please be noted that all capacities listed here are approximate. Check fluid levels when adding or refilling as recommended in your 1986 Opel Corsa Box Van user's manual. Keep in mind that all information here is provided “as is” without any warranty of any kind.
Before doing any DIY service please check your insurance policy and Opel warranty policy for your region. In some regions DIY service may invalidate your warranty.
Table of Contents
- Brake Fluid Capacity
- Cooling Fluid Capacity
- Engine Oil Capacity
- Fluid and Lubricant Specifications
- Manual Transmission Oil Capacity
- Engine Fastener Tightening Specifications
- Front Suspension Fastener Tightening Specifications
- Rear Suspension Fastener Tightening Specifications
- Transmission Fastener Tightening Specifications
Conquer your fears and never give up!
DIY car service is not as difficult as it looks like and it might save you thousands of dollars per year. It might be even fun and a good thing to do with your kids on a weekend to teach them how basic machinery works. It's really hard to screw something up and damage your car permanently if you use right tools, follow Opel Corsa Box Van service manual and use right parts and fluids in prescribed amounts. Even modern cars stuffed with electronics can be serviced in your garage or even in your driveway. Changing engine oil, brake fluid, ATF, replacing brake pads, and etc. It's all may be done by yourself in a mater of a couple of hours.
Doing basic service for your 1986 Opel Corsa Box Van you're not only saving money, but also also improving your technical skills and learning something new.