take the old one off first then put the new one on in the reverse of the old.
You need to move the overflow radiator jug out of the way, just pull up, then take off the cap of cruise control - if you have one. There are two bolts that need to be removed... the one at the top is a 14MM nut and undo that one. The other one is a 12MM bolt on the bottom and you need a flexible wrench to get at it. The exhaust probe is in the way and you will destroy it if you are not careful Last nut to losen is the tension nut below the belt. Losen this bolt a lot.
Once the two bolts are undone, use a rubber mallot and gently knock the alternator down. It will come out. Take the new alternator and slide it in. You can twist it around the belt and down or perhaps pull the belt on after... but its tight... actually a good idea to buy a new belt.
Then put in the 14MM bolt in, but don't tighten it. Put the 12MM bolt in, remember how it goes, from the exhaust probe to the cruise control. Tighten the 12MM bolt. tighten the 14MM bolt. Tighten the 10 MM tension back to where it was..... and... it should be fine.
drop the tank.......
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 alternator on a 1986 Honda Civic is located in front of the engine. Unplug the battery and remove the alternator belt. Loosen the alternator bracket and remove the plug to the alternator. Replace the unit.
Starter is located under the exaust manifold to the right..... easy to get to..
need a diagram of vaccum hoses for a 1986 Toyota celica gts w/a 2 liter eng.
Yes you can just need to get a manual gearbox
To find the transmission dip stick on the 1986 Toyota Celica, open the hood of the car and locate the battery. Near the battery, you'll see the left front part of the engine compartment. That is where you'll find the dipstick.
The 1996 Toyota Celica and a 1994 Toyota Celica both run the same oil filter. The part number in a Ryco Oil filter is Z386 From 1986 the front wheel drive Celicas all used the same filter. Even the GT4 models still used a Z386
In side the Alternator, under a small service cover.
The Toyota Celica Supra Turbo was first introduced in 1982 in Japan. Toyota dropped the Celica part of the name in 1986. The original version pulled 145 hp and a more powerful version with 160 hp was introduced the following year.
It could have a leaky carburetor or injector that's causing the engine to flood.