Can you put an 2004 eclipse engine into a 2000 toyota celica

Asked by Feb 12, 2016 at 02:09 PM about the 2000 Toyota Celica GT

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76,865

Only if you have a ton of money to spend for absolutely no reason at all. You would need the entire drive train - engine and transaxle and when you were done you would have a Frankenstein.

5,725

if you were stuck on the moon and could not get parts delivered or just a kid with no money...I was like that and probably would have considered messin' around...if you are good with the cutting torch and fabrication and welding for new mounts and like steering box might be in the wrong spot...if you grab a notepad and draw dimensions of replacement difficulties...such as radiator, engine mounts and transmission mounts too....got nothin' to do...imaginative ...might give it a try, if I lived on the poor side of town yet~

76,865

Like bob says - if you have way too much time on your hands.............

21,755

Why?? You would still just have a 2000 Toyota, an aging 16 year old car. Spend the money on getting a Subaru WRX STI.

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