it should although you may have to replace the struts and any supporting factors b/c the engine will be heavier
You can put an engine, from your Toyota Celica, into your Toyota Corolla. The wiring harness and the motor mounts will need to be changed.
No, it will not.
It is important to have diagrams of a car when making changes to it. A diagram of a 1998 Toyota Celica engine can be found in its maintenance manual.
My 1990 Toyota Celica Idle is too high... What seems to be the problem?
NO. !992 Toyota celica is a front wheel drive car. Supra engine is inline 6 rear wheel dive engine. The engine is too long to put sideways into fwd car. If you want to 6 cylinder engine into fwd celica, use v6 engine. YES. If you have enough money!
No 2j's are rwd only.
The power of the engine and the maximum speed of the 1971 Toyota Celica ST Coupe are 103 hp and 118 mph respectively.
95 bhp / 118 bhp GT is the power of the Toyota Celica gt 1975 engine and its maximum speed is 77 mph.
no one is fwd the other is rwd
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.
Yes, with some serious modifications
yes if u change the clutch and cam shaft
The engine warning light for emissions might come on in a Toyota Celica if the Oxygen Sensors are bad. It might also come on if the catalytic converter is not working properly or is plugged.
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.
The thermostat is behind the alternator. Follow the bottom hose from the raiditor to the engine. In order to replace the thermostat alternator needs to be removed.
at the engine compartment fuse box
Yep. It has one. 4afe 1.6litre dohc.
All "S" series motors are physically swappable.
need a diagram of vaccum hoses for a 1986 Toyota celica gts w/a 2 liter eng.
The starter relay on an 86 Toyota Celica is used to provide power to the starter when the engine is cranked. It also prevents damage as a result of overheating or overdraw.