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Cruise control how to remove on a 1991 toyota celica gt

Cruise control does not work and i want to remove it

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Yes u can remove your cruise control on your celica (sept #1 take out or disconnect the cruise control cable on the throtle body then disconnect the wiring harness on the cruise control unit and if theres a vacum hoses connected just plug main vacum supply hose and your cruise control is already disable

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