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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: negative camber
On your Celica.
Check if the Strut is NOT bent.
Or if the car was not involved on accidente on the front.
Check the Comdittion of the Lower Ball joint, LOwer control arm.
Check if the Camber in your car is adjustable.
Removing the Tire and removing the Bolt that hold the Strut in position. If the Holes in the Strut are Like Oval, is adjustable.
But if NOT. Some Autoparts SELL a Camber kit. That include
New bolt and washers.
But if you Don't want to spend money on the KIT.
Remove the Tire , Remove the 2 Bolt that hold the Strut.
And make the Holes A little oval the holes .
Move a little at front and rear. For make the strut adjustable.
POSITIVE or NEGATIVE..
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Posted on Aug 22, 2008
need to change rotor and cap , and might as well change wires and spark plugs if its due for a tuneup! yeah have your ignition control module check if it doesn't start after replacing every thing else.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
sounds like a vacuum leak, injectors clogged, bad plugs, plug wires or maybe low tranny fluid or combo one all, have it dynoed to save yourself some money of course.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
Start the car in a DARK place and open the hood. Look for sparks jumping from the plug wires. If you see ANY sparking, replace the WIRES.Have it put on a code checker.
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Posted on Aug 06, 2009
First of all, be certain that the leak is in fact from that seal. many leaks travel to that area.
To change the seal is fairly involved, you need to pull the trans and flywheel. There are some specialzed tools involved. Do you have manual or automatic? Manual requires clutch plate alignment on re assembly, by the way , if manual, be sure to change the release bearing and pilot bearing at minimum. Commonly it would make sense to change the clutch during this process....you're already all the way in there..
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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A P0304 code means that the the car's
computer has detected that one of the engine's cylinders is not firing properly.
In this case it's cylinder #4.
You have covered a couple of the possible causes...here is the list of possible causes that you can use to continue you troubleshooting...Make sure that you CLEAR the code after each repair is made. The fuel injector would be the next i would check, it could be dirty, defective and not firing. The color/condition of the #4 spark plug would give you an idea. Hope this helps...
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