thermostat for a 1991 toyota celica 2.2 liter, automatic, convertible GT is there a specific one?

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Asked by Aug 20, 2015 at 09:45 AM about the 1991 Toyota Celica GT Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hello,
I have a 1991 toyota celica GT 2.2 liter GT automatic, convertible.  I have to replace the radiator due to a leak - it's smoking and I have been told I should replace the thermostat as well.  Would it be a specific thermostat for this car?  on-line I find many thermostats for 1991 celicas so I am confused since they don't all look the same.  You help is appreciated.  I am too far from a toyota dealer to have their help.
thanks

3 Answers

78,125

You'll need a 180°F thermostat. Different manufacturers have slightly different styles. I've used Stant and Motorad in the past with good results. HTH. -Jim

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Thank you Jim. I need to order a radiator also and a dealer asked me the date of manufacture? it was 01/1991 would that make a difference? It was made in Japan. thanks

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78,125

You're welcome. Glad to help. That's great that you know the production date of your car! Most people don't. It could make a difference. There may have been a mid-year production change. As long as you tell them it was made in January of '91 you should be good to go. HTH. -Jim

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