Same place you check it.
The proper transmission fluid for an automatic Celica is Toyota Type T-IV transmission fluid. DO NOT use Dexron or Mercon. The manual uses 75W-90 gear oil.
if it is a automatic transmission you should change it every 15,000 miles, and if its a manual its recomeded at 30,000-45,000
your choice if you wanted to but not needed,
Yes, you can change your automatic transmission to a Tiptronic or manual transmission in a 2001 Toyota Celica. The cost will vary depending on the type of transmission and whether or not you do the work yourself. To have the transfer done, it could cost up to about $8000 or even a little more. Doing it yourself would probably cost under $5000.
The transmission from a 94 Celica GT will fit in a 91 Celica GT with minor modifications. This includes adjusting the shift linkage and mounting points.
Yes, if it is the same type (manual-manual) or (automatic-automatic). The bolts/plate may be different if not. Celicas were same body style, etc. until '94.
You can on some vehicles but check with your manual if its ok and see what is recomended, if not ask dealer or you can tell me what car you have and i will tell you if its ok to use atf or not. In my celica i cant use atf
The transmission dipstick on a 1986 Toyota Celica is toward the back of the engine compartment on the passenger side of the motor. It is behind the air intake hose.
I have an '84 Celica GT and it came with a 22re 2.4l
Should be a plug at the side of the transmission
Standard or automatic? Standards are fairly bullet proof. Just doesn't move or go in gear? Probably the clutch disc is either worn out or the face of the disc blew off. Automatic. Check to see if the transmission fluid smells and appears burnt. Is it full if not burnt? Look to see if the shifter is connected and working at the transmission. Should be able to see the shift arm on top of the transmission.
no this transmission has a different bolt pattern and pilot bearing. also the half shafts will not fit properly.
on the rear of transmission case
you dont put transmission fluid in a manual transmission. you need gear oil, and it should be done by a transmission shop
No the chassis of the 1993 Toyota Celica will have to be modified to fit it. The transmission required also uses a 4WD system which will have to be custom made for the Celica.
Oh my.. this is a VERY.. VERY.. complex and equipment-specific task! In other words.. if you have to ask, you are probably not equipped to do so yourself. Consult an auto shop!
No. 87-89 Corolla might but doubtful. Celica is a bigger motor and it would not match up to the transmission.
Yes, a Camry transmission will fit in a celica..and vice versa. Both motor codes are 3S-FE (exc the 3S-GE GTS). Both transmissions are S53 (manual/5 speed)