Question about 2002 Toyota Celica
The piece under the shifter knob (metal shaft) is broken. How do I fix this? Thank you :)
Are you hearing any noises from the pass door when you activate the lock switch? If not, the power door lock solenoid has failed, and prob needs to be replaced. Pull the door panel & check to see if it is getting power to the solenoid in lock & unlock. If it has power, the solenoid is def bad.
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
SOURCE: 1987 Toyota Celica ST half shaft
pull wheel, remove nut on half shaft, calaber, brakes, roader, tie rod, lower control arm, pop out half shaft from knuckle reinsert shaft to tranny and put back together easy looking about an half hour to an hour
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
You have a high compression ratio engine and it's recommended to use 91 octane. You can get away with the 89 octane, but the higher the better for the engine. Less chances of detonation (Engine Knock), Take note that it's best to keep faith full on servicing the Engine for Oil and filter changes. Good luck and keep me posted, be glad to help.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
yes this is an interference engine they did not make the non interference engine yet. but it might not have if you were not going real fast or revving it up high when it happened.
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
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Replacing the oil pump is a major job which involves tearing into the engine. I don't know what you mean that the cylinder head sticks, but I can assure you that just replacing the oil pump is not going to fix your problem.
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
Dear Stuck Shaft Sufferer.....I've read your concern and i have the solution for you.There is what they call cir clips on the inside of the axle shafts...these little clips are a failsafe for the axle falling out by itself.It's a little extra addon most auto manufacturees did to insure these halfshafts stay in frimly.....The easiest and best way to remove these is with a slightly bent pry bar....preferbly at least two feet long.you're gonna want to have the car up a little bit higher in the air so you can manuever around under it......crawl under there....bring a drain tray too cuz you might loose a little bit of fluid......get undr there and take your prybar and wedge it right between the transmission and the knuckle part of the halfshaft. It's gonna require a couple powerful short bursts....but it will make a little (click) when the cclip disengages from the trans itself....now duck and watch out for fluid........that's all there is to it...p.s. make sure the outer part of the halfshaft is free and clear from hitting anything so you don't get bound up when you're tryin to release it........if ya need anything else...get back to me.... I HOPE I HELPED!!!
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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