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.
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It is broken.
It should put of 13.5 to 15.5 volts. The alternator is an 80 amp alternator.
Yes the ST and the GT both have the 3SFE or the 3SGE. Both enignes are the same size.
Twist it off and put a new one on.
buy new ones and put them in
Use exactly what is listed in your owners manual.
Its on the left side of the engine when you open the bonnet, look down under the exhaust manifold, there should be a small rise where you can put your hand... it is there. Look towards the belt/alternator side of the engine.
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!
you will have to look at the electrical connections at the back of the alternator to see if it will plug into your loom.Also you might need to look at the amps put out by both units to see if they are the same autos usually put out more there should be a label with this info hope this helps. Matt the alternator wont fit a Toyota runner it has to put more power then a corolla trust i know about Toyota
You need a small funnel and pour it down the trannie dipstick pipe.
Loosen the tensioner bolt on your alternator. Slide the alternator to the left. Remove the alternator belt. Put the new alternator belt on and tighten the tensioner bolt.
Water can be entered into the radiator in a Toyota Celica by way of the radiator cap. It is no longer recommended to use plain water in a radiator. The proper fluid to use on most vehicles is antifreeze that is mixed at least to a 50/50 blend.
best place to put it is in the trunk.if your car is older and kinda a beater then your trunk might rattle a lot.
take the tires off and old brakes off and put the new ones on. put the tires back on and drive!!
You will need to loosen the tensioner pulley. Put the alternator belt on. Push the tensioner pulley to the left until the alternator belt is tight. Tighten down the tensioner pulley.
you dont put transmission fluid in a manual transmission. you need gear oil, and it should be done by a transmission shop
To remove the stereo in a Toyota Celica you have to sit in the drivers seat, and start panelling off your centre console, then pull off the knobs for air-con and climate control. Gently pull of everything starting from bottom and work your way up, after you remove the stereo put in the new one and put everything back on in reverse order.
inside of the distributor, just put away the cap and the rotor, and you,ll see a plastic cover ..the ignition coil is there,
This is the best advise you will get. go to a Toyota dealer (Not any aftermarket parts store) and but a Toyota reman alternator. If you put an aftermarket alternator, you will have problems again. That's good advise from a former Toyota technician. Good luck.
Yes. Most Toyota cars use hydraulic clutches. That is why you have to put fluid in the clutch reservour.
Fairly easy fix for the mechanically inclined. First and safest bet, go down to the auto parts store, and purchase a manual for your vehicle. The alternator has a couple of mounting bolts that you will have to pull off, the electrical conectors have to come off, and once it is all lose, you will have to remove the alternator through the bottom of the car, or pull the engine. most important part is making sure to get the serpentine belt tight when you put the new alternator in. Also, to avoid shockng yourself, disconnect the battery from the wires before you start working on the alternator.