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Hi the first thing is to maske sure that the stuff around the shifter cane is is not interfering with it ,does the car move when put in gear. if car does opperate when running and in gear ,the next thing to check is electrical fufuses
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Toyota Celica
Take the door panel off. There are plastic snaps holding the rods into the lock that need to be unsnapped and pivoted. Then the rods just pull out. The rest is just held on by bolts.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
should reach 180kms no problem,you have to be 18 yrs old though to drive this car and pass a two part driving test so dont try driving this car till you have passed your test .
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
Sounds like the connection from the battery to the chassis ground is bad. Try replacing the Negative battery wire and make sure where it attaches to the frame is as rust free as possible
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
Testimonial: "The possitive conneciton on battery was dirty. Once cleaned it fired right up. Thanks for you response."
I won't address your struts question because you can find the answer in any service manual. Refer to the free repair manual for your car at www.autozone.com. Look in the "Steering and Suspension" section.
For your other two questions.
If the oil on the passenger side is leaking from down low it could be coming from the oil pan gasket. You'll have to remove the oil pan and reseal it with a new after-market gasket or with gasket-maker. If it is coming from higher up behind the timing cover, most likely it would be from either the crankshaft seal or the camshaft seal. Replacing these involves removing the timing belt and the camshaft and crankshaft pulleys. Refer to the service manual. Or it could be coming from the oil filter. Make sure that the filter is securely in place, and check that its gasket is in good condition, or just replace the filter.
The vibration/rumble is most likely due to old worn out motor mounts. You can probably eliminate 80% of the vibration by replacing the front right motor mount - the one that attaches to the passenger fender. To replace the mount, start by loosening the mount's center bolt nut. If I recall correctly it is a 19mm nut, and you will probably need to fit a steel pipe extension over a 19mm wrench to loosen it. Then support the engine with a jack before you loosen all the other bolts on the fender and the timing cover. .
Let me know if you have any questions.
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
SOURCE: toyota celica 1990 5sfe auto
The 5sfe is notorious for distributor problems. You'll get correct resistance readings on the primary and secondary coils, but your spark looks weak. Should see a bright blue spark with an audible POP when sparking. On some 5sfe engines, the coils are located in an all-in-one pacakage inside the distributor. You'll know if you have this one if the only large spark plug type wires connected to the distributor cap count 4 and go to the 4 cylinders. There will not be a center wire coming from a coil. This is the distributor that has issues. I am on my third one now. Same symptoms every time. I know exactly what to change when it happens, and it fixes it every time. Luckily, It's only about $95 if you do your searching well enough. Good luck
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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