Toyota Celica Model Overview
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I Have A 1997 Celica Gt And 3 Of The 4 Windows Stopped Opening And Closing....
Worked great until yesterday and then the passenger side didn't roll up all the way, the passenger side front and drivers side rear windows stopped. Have checked fuses, no luck. It is a convertible ...
Looking For Cruise Control Fuse In My 1989 Toyota Celica Gts
cruise control light comes on but cruise control doesn't engage. also dash lights (lights on; brake and battery light won't shut off. dash lights constantly on after cruise control went out.
I Put Some Stop Leak For A Head Gasket In My 1992 Toyota Celica And After D...
My 1992 Toyota Celica keeps over heating. Have replaced the thermostat and it seems to be working ( I think!) but for some reason I'm not getting any water to my engine. HELP!!
My Gas Garage Stop Working After I Replace The Distributor. What Would Caus...
My Dash Lights And Insturment Panal Turns Off As Soon As It Get Dark, Why? ...
dash lights and panal light turn off as sun sets. hard to drive without dash lights. Cruse control light stays on and fog light indicator stays on but everything else turns off. please help with fix.
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About the Toyota Celica
The Celica is a true Toyota classic. Produced from 1970 to 2005, it was much beloved by owners.
The Toyota Celica was designed to appeal to consumers who wanted a good, dependable Japanese car but who also wanted something a little more exciting than the typical Japanese compact sedan. It was available as a notchback, hatchback, and convertible at various points in its lifespan.
The Celica is popular for racing, particularly rally racing. The earlier models are especially popular due to their rear-wheel drive. The Celica also won numerous awards and honors throughout its lifetime, including Consumer Reports' 2002 "Most Reliable Sporty Car."
In 1979, Toyota introduced the Toyota Celica Supra, a high performance version. However, by 1986 the Supra had become a separate model.
The Celica was discontinued after the 2005 model year, due to slow sales and increased competition. The Scion tC is its successor.