Question about 1997 Toyota Celica
I honestly have not read or seen an aftermarket drill guide for such a process. I would recommend taking the old cylinder head and the new cylinder head to an automotive machine shop that specializes in cylinder head refurbishing and asking them to perform the operation. They should have the milling equipment to perform the task. If the hole is not drilled at the correct angle and depth, the head could be ruined.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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