Question about 2001 Toyota Celica
My problem start when my fuel gauge always state empty, I check the fuel sender and I got no current, so The problem appear to no be the sender unit. I have open the Body ECU and I haven't saw any short or open. All relays and Fuse are in good working conditions. I have track all problem bedside this and found that my low beam light aren't working and the door light neither. The sensors are working because when I open the door the alarm trigger. I have disconnect the alarm and their is no change. Their is a another relay that were'nt where the others are??? PLEASE I NEED HELP
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2001 Toyota Celica GTS Clutch
i paid a friend to do it because it's a lot of work! if you haven't already treid to or got it done just know that when my friend did it; it took him like 8 hours (he'd never done one on a celica, but had done them on american cars) so if your not familiar with it... not a good idea to do alone. I watched him do most, but i'm not the best to talk to about it.(plus i have a 2000GT) Some of the parts that i can remember that he took out to get to the clutch were the front driver's side tire, the axel on the same side, ....some other parts in there....and ALSO parts on top...the intake also had to be taken out just to have enough room to do the job. parts are cheap...just ask for a clutch kit at auto zone or whatever. around $150. another random tid bit that might help is make sure to tighten the engine mounts really good afterwards or else it will jump around in there when you turn it on and cut it off. buy gear oil before you start as well because you will need to put some in after the new clutch is in. i will need to put the car on a real lift... you need a lot of space underneath and on top to work. and most likely two people. well hope some of this helped.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
SOURCE: LOW BEAM LIGHTS
Hi Rich Million,
Check the bulbs for the low beam problem and if they're ok, check the fuses under the bonnet (hood) which are found in the fuse box. If you've already checked those, go to the fuse box inside the vehicle.
Still no luck....remember that there are fuses and relays inside the cabin behind the kick panel.....You may find that there is a problem with the main fuse box.....If you drive over rough terrain, check the connections under the main fuse box....even if your roads are all smooth, it's still worth checking.....
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
SOURCE: Low beam headlights don't work
I have e-mailed you 2 .pdf files, one is the complete headlamp diagram, and the other is the relay locations. Please advise if you need further assistance.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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