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There used to be a long- running joke among auto forums and clubs about advising someone to check one's "blinker fluid", if having trouble with their turn signals not working... So you can see the quandary you have put me in: what kind of fluid exactly are we talking about here? . I am so-so familiar with celicas, owned a pretty decent riding '89 (or '87, maybe) model for a short while, ran smooth as ice down the interstate at 80 mph on the initial ride home, but it was def. a beater- had seen better days by the time I bought it for less than $400...yes, better days...8 months later it went to a shadowy grave, due to clipping a wild animal at night. I have no regrets.
If it is conventional fluid to any under hood part, it makes no difference between a convertible and a coupe. The celica generation that included your 1992 model, was the one most enthusiasts favored, on a celica forum I once joined. They sure made fun of Honda owners- calling the accord a grocery-getter...
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Most of the time I adjust the doors all the way to the front, supporting the door with a hang strap or a jack with a protector on it. As you first close the door be carefull as the front fenders can be back a bit anf the door and the fender might hit. Most big builds the doors are fitted with the front fenders off and them after the doors aree fitted. ( putting paper in the weather stip and setting the drag of the paper and them the fenders are fitted to match the doors them the hood is fitted to match the fenders, some times the fenders need adjusted some to fit the hood squarely.)
there are ussually rubber plugs in the bottom,if not use shop vac to remove water and fix leak check antenna if its metal and at the rear panel,other areas to check are the rear tail light gaskets.also look at tail mounting holes.