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Can find any hood struts

I can not find anywhere to buy hood struts for a Toyota celica 1996 St202

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Go www.stabilus .com and there you will find a manufacturer for all gas struts for all cars and furniture applications

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SOURCE: 1996 toyota celica st202 abs light come on intermitently

While it may be an eletrical issue developing, it may also be internal to the hydraulics of the brake system. If the system was recently flushed, I would look at the wheel sensors first- make sure thery have not picked up debris and sensors are snugly mounted and wiring in good shape.

If the brake system has not been flushed with new fluid, the system should get flushed out next time brakes are serviced. This may mean an expensive repair, but it depands on how comfortable and experienced you are without ABS at all.

If the ABS fails- all that happens is you lose the brake pressure modulation. Fancy word for braking yes- pulsing of the pedal by the system- no. The wheels or a single wheel "might" lock up while hard braking possibly changing handling dynamics of the vehicle..

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SOURCE: 1996 toyota celica st202 abs light on intermitently

Someone will need to get the computer scanned for trouble codes to proceed.
You may be able to make the light flash the codes without using a scanner.

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1996 toyota celica st202 abs light come on intermitently


While it may be an eletrical issue developing, it may also be internal to the hydraulics of the brake system. If the system was recently flushed, I would look at the wheel sensors first- make sure thery have not picked up debris and sensors are snugly mounted and wiring in good shape.

If the brake system has not been flushed with new fluid, the system should get flushed out next time brakes are serviced. This may mean an expensive repair, but it depands on how comfortable and experienced you are without ABS at all.

If the ABS fails- all that happens is you lose the brake pressure modulation. Fancy word for braking yes- pulsing of the pedal by the system- no. The wheels or a single wheel "might" lock up while hard braking possibly changing handling dynamics of the vehicle..

Sep 29, 2012 | 1996 Toyota Celica

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1996 toyota celica st202 abs light on intermitently


Someone will need to get the computer scanned for trouble codes to proceed.
You may be able to make the light flash the codes without using a scanner.

Sep 29, 2012 | 1996 Toyota Celica

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After the strut assembly is out, you MUST use a spring compressor to hold the springs before removing the top bearing nut. DON'T try this without one, you can be seriously injured!

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