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I have an 2003 toyota celica vvti 140. I takes a long time to start when the engine is cold, but will start ok when the engine is warm. Could be a starter relay playing up?

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SOURCE: 2000 toyota celica lean on bank 3

Get the fuel system checked... if that's not it then your fuel injector is not working as it should...get those checked also...!!!

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Try cleaning your engine with an engine flush such as AMSOIL engine flush and then draining your oil once the flush is complete. It will clean the interior of the engine and drain out the contaminants. Once this has been perfomed replace the old oil with completely synthetic AMSOIL or Mobil 1. These oils are know for there ability to clean an engine and to reduce the chances of sludge formation in toyota engines. This is a good place to start before you go spending thousands on a new engine!!

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SOURCE: my 2001 celica vvti power steering whins when cold

This could be caused by dirty or over-aged power steering fluid, it's not flowing enough when the engine is cold (so the fluid) lack of enough fluid flowing through power steering pump can cause the power steering pump to start whining. Change the fluid and you should be good. Hope it helps and please don't forget to rate the answer if it was helpful, it helps me, thanks!

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You can get the original Toyota dealer service manuals at faxonautoliterature.com. I've used them before and had excellent service. Hope this helps.

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What's mean late valve timing in toyota Celica 97 1.8L I have this problem.


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I have a 1990 toyota celica when its cold the idle goes from bout 1000 to 2000 back and forth check engine light is on what cold its be or where should i start


Faulty engine temperature sensor ?? On a cold start the temperature sensor should detect a cold engine and give a signal to the ecu to increase fuel ratio until the engine has warmed up. sounds like faulty sensor to me.

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2002 toyota celica vvti 140 bhp timing belt or chain


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Toyota Celica 140 vvti 2002 Engine starts normaally but as soon as full temperature is reached the engine cuts out; it can be restarted but revs must be kept to about 3000 or above or engine stalls.


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Need a workshop manual for a 2000 Toyota Celica vvti (140)


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My 2001 celica vvti power steering whins when cold


This could be caused by dirty or over-aged power steering fluid, it's not flowing enough when the engine is cold (so the fluid) lack of enough fluid flowing through power steering pump can cause the power steering pump to start whining. Change the fluid and you should be good. Hope it helps and please don't forget to rate the answer if it was helpful, it helps me, thanks!

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Celica oil consumption


Try cleaning your engine with an engine flush such as AMSOIL engine flush and then draining your oil once the flush is complete. It will clean the interior of the engine and drain out the contaminants. Once this has been perfomed replace the old oil with completely synthetic AMSOIL or Mobil 1. These oils are know for there ability to clean an engine and to reduce the chances of sludge formation in toyota engines. This is a good place to start before you go spending thousands on a new engine!!

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