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How come when I push the clutch in and try to start my 92 celica, the ignition won't unlock?

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Change the idle!!!

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All I can tell you with the information I have is it you will be charged about 6.0 hours for a two wheel drive & about 15.5 hrs for an all wheel drive. You will be looking @ around $30.00 for the seal & then you will most likely be charged for some oil & shop supplies.
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