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1999 Toyota Celica GT Convertible - Top not working

The Toyota Celica Convertibles were made into convertibles by a company in America - the owners manual is no help. I checked all the fuses to no avail, but am not sure if it would be a regular 20A type fuse in the fuse box would be the answer....... Any ideas? It was working fine when I put the top up a month or so ago - any help is appreciated. Thanks.

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  • jontompkins4 Nov 04, 2008

    got the .pdf file, I am not a mechanic and it doesn't tell me where the possible fuses are.......I do appreciate the help.



    Jon

  • paesano Nov 17, 2008

    On my 99 celica my top goes down O.K. ,but when I go to put it up one side is lazy I always have to go out and push it along while my wife olds th ebutton in. Do I have a bad motor ? Can I rebuild it myself?

  • jontompkins4 Mar 29, 2009

    I have yet to tackle my top project. If you can hit up Toyota Ed, see above (he may not see this posting), he would likely know and be able to send you the .pdf file of the manual to show you the location. If you do get that, please forward on to me. I am getting close to start tackling my top not working. Thanks and hope this helps. Jon

  • jontompkins4 Apr 05, 2009

    Be sure to check the "bypass" switch in the trunk........I missed this switch which is marked with "MANUAL" on it. It must have gotten bumped by something in the trunk. Hope this helps. This bypass switch is located in the upper left (facing the trunk) behind the liner and connected to the cross bar by a zip tie.

  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    The retract motors are powered by the 10 amp GAUGE and the 30 amp DOOR fuses. There is also a relay, which may be labeled as "Top Stack". If you send provide your e-mail address, I can send you a .pdf with all of the wiring shown. Please advise.

  • Ryan Qamar Sep 17, 2013

    I'm having the exact same problem as Paesano.

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I sent you the .pdf this morning. Thanks for choosing FixYa!

Posted on Nov 04, 2008

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  • Toyota Ed Nov 05, 2008

    I will send you a .pdf with the call-outs.

  • thevixster Apr 24, 2011

    Can you send me the same thing? I have the same problem. thank you

  • Varadarajan Sriram Feb 27, 2013

    I have a similar problem with my 1996 toyota celica, i can hear a clicking sound but the motor doesn't appears to engage. could you please send me the PDF file?

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    Diana Cogswell Mar 29, 2014

    i am having a problem with my 1997 toyota celica...could i have the pdf file too?

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    guess who Jul 25, 2016

    I am having the same problem with my 1999 Celica GT convertible... Please send me the PDF to resolve the problem. thanks.. Steve

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Check the circuit breaker in right kick panel looks like a small silver box with a hole. Put pen point in hole to reset

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Did you find out what the problem was with your top??

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  • mmcgoss Mar 28, 2009

    I have a 1999 celica gt convertible and I'm having a problem with the top. I tested the center console switch and have power to the relay I can here the relay click and i get one leg of power to the motor and I pulled the motors and it runs fine.. I think the problem is in the safety switch in the shifter but where is the safety switch located??? Thanks Mike

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