Question about 1991 Toyota Celica
The caliper is easy, but I have never heard of one breaking, cracking, what ever, unless you were in an accident. And the throwout bearing is not an easy fix. You have to pull the tranny out, might as well replace the whole setup, clutch, pressure plate and bearing, and get the flywheel turned while you are at it. It isn't a bad job, but it is a job. A lot of people won't tackle it, but I have seen some people just go do it who I never thought would even attempt it. Check it out, Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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