Most likely bad solanoid/starter unit. Super cheap and easy to fix. could also be the clutch pin on top of the clutch pedal if that is corroded or broken the car wouldn't start either, shouldn't be too difficult to replace. I had a problem with this once. Turns out it was the antitheft system... Take the car out of gear, set E-brake. Take a heavy gauge wire and attach it to the "hot" contact bolt on the starter. Then touch the other end of the wire to the positive battery post. Did it turn over? Then it isn't the starter. Although it could still be the solenoid. Could also be the ignition switch if not the starter relay, the clutch switch or the anti-theft. Are you using a copied key or the original? I am assuming you hear no sound when key is turned. Do you have to have brake pedal depressed to start vehicle? Then add brake switch -unless brake lights work....Have you had any work done lately? Is the wire from the ignition switch unplugged by accident?
The cost to replace the clutch on a 1993 Toyota Celica will vary depending on labor and part costs. The clutch for the vehicle costs approximately $67.63 in some stores.
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yes if u change the clutch and cam shaft
about $900.00 at a garage
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There is no adjustment on the clutch, if it is not disengaging, it is probably the slave cylindar on the transmission. The fluid may be low also.
the clutch is not adjustable but you can take up some pedal free-play by going under the dash and locating the adjustable rod going from the clutch pedal to the master cyl
Check for power at the clutch switch, then check for continuity through the switch with the clutch pedal depressed. If there is power and continuity, then the starter (or even ignition solenoid/starter relay) is the problem.
I live in Kansas City and paid about $800 for a new clutch, installed, on my 1990 Celica GTS.
May be on top of the accumulator/drier at the rear passenger side of the engine by the firewall
Yes the transmission will fit. But when converting over you will need a clutch pedal, brake pedal, clutch disc, pressure plate, throw out bearing, clutch fluid reservoir as well as the lines to route the fluid. You will also need the shifter cables as well as the shifter itself. Its not an easy task.
it will cost about $150-200 if you want a good one` ANSWER: $150 for parts if you do it yourself. $300-400 if you have it done.
You have to take the driver side tire off, disassemble everything to get to the transmission.. the transmission has to come out too, the clutch will be right behind it. if you need more specific details, let me know.
Changing the clutch on these cars isn't really easy. you have to remove all connection and wires going to transaxle. disconnect steering knuckle and half axles. remove the lower suspension support bar. then undo the bolts holding the transmission to the engie and lower out the transmission. then remove clutch off the engine and replace. You can get a clutch kit for a 1990 celica for rough 130 dollars at autozone.
The reservoir is located on the right hand side of the engine compartment just below and a little to the right of the master cylinder resevior
haynes manual for complete tear down and rebuild helped me through all my celica projects. p.s. my celica is an '87 gts i think the book's details ranges from '86-'93 or something like that. is was an amazing investment.
it could be that the clutch isn't disengaging all the way
Make sure clutch, pressure plate, and throw-out bearing are all in alignment
Clutch safety switches are usually mounted under the dashboard above the clutch pedal, so that they are activated when the clutch is depressed.
Could be a, Clutch problem, Transmission problem or an Axle problem.
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That's pretty much a given with changing any clutch or torque converter.
The 2000 Celica clutch and brake fluids share a common reservoir. That's why you only see what appears to be a brake fluid reservoir under the hood. This design makes sense, since the brake and the clutch use the same type of fluid.
Clutch disc, pressure plate, transmission shaft,
If the battery and connections are good then you either have a bad starter or bad neuterul safety switch, also make sure it is all the way in park or if manual transmission clutch is fully depressed