Answer: You probably have water getting in around the rear side windows. There is supposed be a drain for them but it is probably clogged so the side wall is holding water and leaking around the bolts. I have one that some one tried to glue around the bolts, but that will cause rust. Is it a convertible? Then put the top partway down and use a long vacuum cleaner pipe to get the leaves out. Make sure the gaskets are snug against the window or replace them.
Ok there are a lot of factors to this one: 1. The Supra has a bigger engine as well as more torque and hp 2. The Celica is smaller and lighter. 3. The driver. In my opinion the Celica will beat the Supra in a short drag but the Supra has the power to pull off the longer runs.
Try on the left side of the driver side seat on the floor there should be a lever.
If it is an 89 st model with the 3sfe or 2.0l the fuel filter is located on the driver side just below the master cylinder.
Yes ---- You must have seen my grandpa drive, LOL!
Look at what is being pushed out of dealers today...Celica could not keep up. People were just no longer interested. Toyota moved on.AnswerRead somewhere that stringent emission norms was a reason.Don Esmond, senior vice president and general manager of the Toyota Division - Addition of more exciting and youthful products to the lineup, such as the Matrix and Corolla XRS, Solara sports coupe and the Scion xA, xB and tC was a reason as sales for the Celica reflected its declining fortunes, slumping almost 50 percent compared to last year. Year to date, the Celica had dropped more than 33 percent off its 2003 pace.ANSWER:Because they are fools.. at least that's my opinion since the Celica has always been an awesome car! Honetsly, though, it's because their other models closed in on the Celica from both sides and outsold it. I guess you can't blame them from a profit standpoint, but from a dedicated Celica driver.. I still do :-)
You have to take the driver side tire off, disassemble everything to get to the transmission.. the transmission has to come out too, the clutch will be right behind it. if you need more specific details, let me know.
If you can't fit your hand between the headlight and the fuse box to unscrew the bulb, take off the bolts at the top and bottom and the entire headlight unit will come out.
There is a switch on by the sun roof there is also a light in the same console. If the switch does not work there is a manual control inside this panel you can use a flat head screw driver to open and close it with.
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the fuses for the brake light and air bag are under your front dash speakers there is nine on both the passenger and driver side of the car the fuses for the brake light and air bag are under your front dash speakers there is nine on both the passenger and driver side of the car
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Inside the gas tank. Unless you're talking about the fuel filter. The fuel filter is located in the front, near the driver side strut tower. You'll have to remove the air filter housing and air intake hose to see it properly.
if its a car its under the driver seat
look in the engine compartment. mounted on the driver wheelwell and sort of in front of and below the brake cylinder. it has a single bolt on top and that is on top of what looks sort of like a crown. use great caution when locating and attempting to remove and repair!!! SAL
under the front driver seat
No, you can't. 03 and 99 have different doors and as result door glass is different too.
If by chance by "rear lights" you mean backup lights and yours are not working, consider that the switch is faulty. That part goes into the transmission from the outside. The reason I'm telling you this is because our 5th gen Celica had backup light trouble and after all was said and done, we found out it was the switch. . there is also a small fuse box with rear light fuses on the driver side under the dash. good luck.
Yes it is. The Toyota Camry is a reliable vehicle, as long as its well maintained.
The fuel filter is located on the driver side rear of the engine compartment, near the charcoal canister. I don't know exactly how this one is mounted but I'm guessing that it is bolted on so you will need some flare wrenches. These help you to not round off the fittings.
The little red button on the driver side is for overdrive.
Car and Driver is a magazine that has reviews for the Celica GT. Edmunds is a website that also has reviewed this car. Another place to look is the site Car Talk. Here you will find blogs where other consumers tell of their experiences with cars.