Question about 1995 Toyota Celica
It could be the thermostat. If it is stuck open the coolant will circulate continously not allowing the engine to heat up. The temprature meter on the dash should show the engine as being cool. The thermostat is cheap and fairly easy to replace.
Posted on Nov 04, 2010
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