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CelicaMan
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Does Anyone Know If I Could Bolt A 1990 Celica Body Onto My 88 Celica Witho...

I am looking for a drivers side fender and quarter panel if im not able to put a 1990 celica body on my 88 celica

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CelicaMan
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Does Anybody Know What Can Cause An 88 Celica St To Not Get Spark?

I replaced the spark plugs and plug wires and still no spark. Do I need to replace the ignition coil?

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Sportschick86
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2002 Toyota Celica: Gas Related Issues...

Went to Toyota Dealership they replaced the Fuel Sending Unit.. Didn't seem to fix the problem... Ive noticed that the gas gauge keeps fluctuating up and down so I'm not really sure what is going on...

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carro1234567
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What Is The Correct Spark Plug Gap For 1995 Toyota Celica Gt

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ilovemy86
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86 Celica Gts No Spark No Fuel

Put in a new higher performance clutch, plugs, cap, rotor, and wires. Still have no spark or fuel from the fuel pump. Also swapped the ignition coil and ignitor and still nothing. Someone said it...

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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.