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I am looking for a diagram of the rear braking system for a 2004 (54 plate) Toyota Celica VVTi 1.8

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I can't imagine what you mean by this?
Do you mean the ABS?
But that is always integral with the front as well, and you don't need a diagram for that.
If you mean the brake lights, you don't need a diagram for that either.
If you mean hydraulics, then you don't need a diagram for that either.
All these are easy to explain without a diagram, but you need to explain the symptom and the procedure you intend?

Posted on Aug 22, 2010

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