1993 Toyota Celica Overview

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All-Trac Turbo AWD Hatchback
GT Convertible
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GT Coupe
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GT Hatchback
GT-S Hatchback
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ST Coupe
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4.45 stars

Based on 26 reviews

Very Nice Car To Own by Richard
 — The overall comfort of the passengers is very nice. The adjustable lumbar support and other seat adjustments of the driver's seat is fantastic. I'm 6' 4" and I think it's a limit, for the legs at leas... Read More
Oldie But A Goodie by Micah
 — great car. reliable. fun.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------have had her for about a year and a half. 93' Toyota Celica GT 2.2-liter engine with 130-135 ponie... Read More
A Dream I Hate To See Go. by jetsbest73
 — Despite all of the cons i had listed, none of them ever out weighed the pure joy i had driving this car. My father and I (he drove it many years before i inherited it) both loved the car dearly it wa... Read More

1993 Toyota Celica Overview

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1993 Toyota Celica

The 1993 Toyota Celica did not see many changes from the previous year. Anti-lock brakes were now standard on the All-Trac, and offered as an option on the convertible for the first time.

The 1993 Toyota Celica was available in a variety of body styles and trim levels. The coupe was available as the ST, with a 1.6-liter, 103-horsepower engine; or the GT or GT-S, both of which had a 2.2-liter, 130-horsepower engine. The hatchback came as a GT or GT-S, and the convertible as a GT. The high-end model, the all-wheel-drive All-Trac, came with a 2.0-liter engine sporting 200 horsepower.

The 1993 Toyota Celica is beloved for its Toyota reliability and reputation in a sports car package. Owners say the car is easy to handle even at high speeds, and even more than ten years later it styling still turns heads. Drivers complain that the backseat is too small for most passengers, and it rides too low to be much good in the snow.

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Toyota Celica Questions

Cyrus Venzon
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Can A Celica 1993 Fit A 2jz Gte Engine Or Is It Even Possible?

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Anibal Gomez
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How Do I Placed The Gear Track When Installing The Motor Back To It

Each side has a left and a right is that accurate because the left side fits on the right side and the right side fence on the left side the mechanism To the rear side windows I Took motors apart ...

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coolidgeboy77
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No Spark Or Fuel

wierd thing is when i probed the far right wire on the distributer to check for power with a test light the fuel pump engages. ????????

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coolidgeboy77
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So I Have No Fuel And No Spark.. Anybody Know Why If I Take The Efi Relay O...

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agkatona
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All Of A Sudden No Spark

getting no spark,new dist cap rotor.checked 4 wires plugged into outside top of dist all dead,tried to hot wire red one on left still no spark.what to check next

260 views with 2 answers (last answer 2 years ago)