Either, the rear bearing is dead or you need to change the brake shoes.
Fan belt? Well a 1995 celica would have either a 5S-FE (2.2L)or a 7A-FE (1.8L)engine. Both of these motors use electric fans. I am not sure which belt you are trying to change.
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 MR2 is better as a performance car, the Celica has more seating and storage room, so would be better for travelling, and is front wheel drive so it will drive better in the snow.
Like many engine and diagnostic parts of the 1990 Toyota Celica, the tachometer needs the assistance of a fuse to operate correctly. Check the fuse box for a blown fuse for this instrument.
No. 87-89 Corolla might but doubtful. Celica is a bigger motor and it would not match up to the transmission.
lost the spring for brake pad
1990 toyota celica when jumper cables are hooked up dash lights turn on but the car won't turn over won't even click
2jz swap, hands down the best choice.
It could have a leaky carburetor or injector that's causing the engine to flood.
timing belt just replaced one today
The cheapest and fastest way is to harvest an engine, computer and parts from an existing 5 speed celica. taking an automatic motor to a manual is pretty invasive and sometimes difficult and probably would recommend both be done by a professional. Either way the fist option would be the best way i feel for a do-it-yourself.
You can change just the one lifter, however you should determine why it went bad. The intake manifold must come off to get to the lifter. Is there advanced mileage? do you change the oil regularly? Seeing how it is an 87 vehicle, with 19 years of use on the engine, I would strongly suggest changing the full set. Be carefull though as there is the possibility on that engine of 2 different size lifter bores. If yours are oversized it will be stamped on the lifter bore (not on the lifter) 0.25mm 0.5 There should also be a white paint mark at the bore.
I drive a stock 2000 Toyota Celica GT-S, which is suprisingly fast. At the track, it ran a 14.6 in the quarter-mile. For a 1.8 Liter, it is much more powerful than one would expect.
I would start by checking any leaks in your exhaust and fuel filter area, if there is any leaks throughout the exhaust the smell of gasoline or exhaust may come through into the interior.
I really can't emagine why you would want to do such a thing. The standard rack and pinion will have to be installed also.
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Too much. Get a newer car
It would depend on how strong the weight lifter is.
It could, provided the tongue weight didn't exceed the vehicle's capabilities, but it would be far from being the ideal tow vehicle.
I would first check your PCV valve, this was cracked on my 93' Celica GTS and caused that problem. It's very ease and cheep to fix. If this doesn't seem to be the cause of the problem I would check your air intake hose and vacuum lines.
push rod or tap its. It would be a cam lobe that moves the lifter.
Spray a small amount of carburetor cleaner in the air intake and if it starts it is fuel related.
If a lifter is stuck in the lifter bore and won't move, it has probably ruined the cam. The procedure would be to install a new cam and lifters.