they twist counter clockwise (i beleive) to take them out. i would unplug them first. there is no need to take the headlight out. but if you must know how to take the headlight out. you need to take off the front bumper, and there's a bolt right at the bottom of the housing.
To change the headlamp bulb first turn on the lights so they are flipped up. Find the 4 bolt screws on the top left and right side of the light, being carefull not to snap them when you remove them. Once removed the cover for the light will come off alowing you accses to change the bulb. Edit: The GT model, at least, does not have the pop-up headlights. For bulb replacement, simply twist the old bulb about 1/4 turn (remove power plug first, if possible, but you can pull it out in situ if you have problems). It's fairly easy to do (no screws, just the plug).
Mounted on top and inside the fuel tank.
Mounted on top and inside fuel tank.
My friend has a 1991 Toyota Celica Active Sports and the fuse box is located inside the car underneath the steering wheel behind a pannel
Yes the ST and the GT both have the 3SFE or the 3SGE. Both enignes are the same size.
They are on the inside of the hood. Mine was on the left hand side.
The fuel pump on a 92 Toyota Celica GT is located inside the fuel tank. It pulls fuel from inside the tank and pumps it along the frame to the engine.
You have to pop the panels off inside of your hatch, right on the other side of the tail lights, you should be able to see the back of the tail light from there.
Directly above the battery, right side of the engine compartment. It's inside the black air-filter-box. At least it's like that on my Celica.
pull out the battery or what ever is in front of it , or get a flash light and get your hands in there. it cant be that hard , you must atleast look at the back or call Toyota to see if it is poossible to remove the bulb and how to do it
It is located in the engine compatment on the drivers side inside the fuse box and it is listed as EFI
open the hood, on each headlight, there should be adjusting screws both looking straight down and from behind. May be a very small socket, a Torx, or an inside hex head on the adjuster. Parking in front of a brick wall is an easy way to see level.
depends on which lights? inside over head? /Dash board?/Doors? /front headlights?/Flashers?/ turn signals?/ Backing lights?/ Parking lights?/ So which ones ? what Year??