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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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Shocks


1992 Toyota Celica is not equipped with front "shocks". This vehicle is equipped with front wheel drive and independent MacPherson strut front suspension. Any repairs made to this system requires the removal of the entire strut assembly, which includes the strut, the coil spring and upper strut bearing assembly.

Replacement of any of the parts of the strut assembly requires the use of specialized equipment designed to compress and hold the coil spring to relieve the tension on the strut and upper bearing assembly.



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Any attempt to disassemble the strut assembly without the proper equipment for compressing and securely holding the coil spring can result in SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH.

Nov 30, 2011 | 1992 Toyota Celica

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Right turn signal shorting out other lights


check along the rear bumper pad u might have a wire grounded out on your frame

May 10, 2010 | 1987 Toyota Celica

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How do you replace the rear shocks in an 01 Toyota Celica gt


YOU HAVE TO REMOVE REAR SEAT CUSHION TO GET TO STRUT TOWERS.

Apr 18, 2010 | 2001 Toyota Celica

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I need new struts. How much should it cost to replace them? Parts and labor? The guy at my local station said $978. Sounds very high. He also said there was something "cracked" that needed to be...


I see you replacing 2-struts at $75 each (parts coming from PepBoys, Advance Autoparts, etc).
Installation at $75 for each strut.
Total would be $300 for parts and labor.

Dec 06, 2009 | 1987 Toyota Celica

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How do I get the trunk struts off my 1999 Toyota Celica?


should have a clip you remove,if it does't the new ones come with a new ball.just unbolt the bracket

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1987 Toyota Celica ST half shaft


pull wheel, remove nut on half shaft, calaber, brakes, roader, tie rod, lower control arm, pop out half shaft from knuckle reinsert shaft to tranny and put back together easy looking about an half hour to an hour

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Remove struts off celica sport 2000 boot for regassing


Here is a link to Autozone. I use these manuals quite often and are pretty darn accurate.

http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c152801a8531

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Negative camber


Hi...
On your Celica.
Check if the Strut is NOT bent.
Or if the car was not involved on accidente on the front.
Check the Comdittion of the Lower Ball joint, LOwer control arm.

Check if the Camber in your car is adjustable.
Removing the Tire and removing the Bolt that hold the Strut in position. If the Holes in the Strut are Like Oval, is adjustable.
But if NOT. Some Autoparts SELL a Camber kit. That include
New bolt and washers.

But if you Don't want to spend money on the KIT.
Remove the Tire , Remove the 2 Bolt that hold the Strut.
And make the Holes A little oval the holes .
Move a little at front and rear. For make the strut adjustable.
POSITIVE or NEGATIVE..

Ok I hope this help on your problem...
Thank you for use fixya,,,,,,

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Trunk Struts


There is a clip that holds the end of it in place. snap that clip out with a flat head screw driver and the strut should release.

Aug 16, 2008 | 1992 Toyota Celica

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