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The Toyota Celica is a sporty car produced by Toyota from 1970 to 2006, spanning seven generations and featuring various four-cylinder engines. In the North American market, the first three generations were powered by different variants of Toyota's R engine. In August 1985, the Celica transitioned from rear-wheel drive to front-wheel drive, and between 1986 and 1999, turbocharged and AWD models were offered. Starting in December 1997, the phase-regulation system was introduced on some Japanese Toyota Celica models and became standard from 2000 onwards. In 1986, the six-cylinder Toyota Celica Supra became a standalone model and was renamed Supra. The Celica was initially available in non-styled, fixed-roof, sunroof, and bottle versions, with the SV-1 Liftback prototype presented as a concept car at the 1971 Tokyo Motor Show. Over the years, the Celica underwent various modifications in features, engines, and transmissions to suit different markets. The Celica's sporty design, a diverse range of configurations, and powerful performance have made it an iconic Toyota model.

Despite its superior design as a sports car, the Toyota Celica isn't immune to common automotive problems over time. The primary issue is engine failure, characterized by misfires, rough idling, stalling, reduced power, and poor fuel economy. Often, the Check Engine Light might illuminate when the car is in a no-start condition. A thorough inspection of the ignition coil, body control module, engine control module, oxygen sensor, and spark plug can help identify the failing part. The Celica also experiences suspension and transmission issues. Suspension problems, often due to faulty coil spring insulators, can cause the car to bottom out or make excessive grinding noises while turning. Transmission issues typically manifest as inaccurate gear shifts or difficulty in changing gears, likely due to a faulty shift cable, broken synchronizer ring, or damaged transfer case seal. In addition to these, maintaining essential parts like the seat belt, which provides safety in accidents, the door handle, for convenient access, and the wiper blade, for clear visibility, is crucial for keeping the Celica in prime condition.

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Toyota Celica Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How do you remove and replace the rear Sway Bar Kit and Sway Bar Bushing on a Toyota Celica?
    A: Remove the Sway Bar Kit on a vehicle by raising the vehicle and supporting it securely on jackstands. Then, remove the link-to-Sway Bar Kit nuts and unbolt the brackets from the body. Next, support the fuel tank with a floor jack and block of wood, and remove the fuel tank band bolts to lower the fuel tank slightly. With the fuel tank lowered, the Sway Bar Kit can be removed by pulling off the U-brackets using a rocking motion. Before installation, check the bushings for any signs of wear or damage and replace them if necessary. Additionally, clean the areas of the bar where the Sway Bar Bushing ride using a wire brush. Finally, installation is the reverse of the removal procedure, and if needed, a light coat of vegetable oil can be used to ease bushing and U-bracket installation, avoiding petroleum-based products or brake fluid which can damage the rubber.
  • Q: How to remove and install a radiator grille?
    A: If necessary, remove the radiator shroud cover. Disengage the grille retaining clips with a pair of needle-nose pliers. On some models, the center of the grille may be retained by two screws instead of clips. Once all of the retaining clips are disengaged, pull the grille out and remove it. To install it, press it until it clips into position.
  • Q: How to remove and replace a rear hub and bearing assembly?
    A: Due to the specialized tools needed, it is recommended that a home mechanic does not disassemble the hub and bearing assembly. However, the assembly can be removed and taken to a dealer service department or repair shop for the bearing replacement. To remove the assembly, loosen the wheel lug nuts, raise and stabilize the vehicle on jack stands, and remove the wheel. The brake drum or disc should then be pulled from the hub, and the four hub-to-axle carrier bolts should be removed by turning the hub flange to expose each bolt. Maneuver the hub and bearing assembly through the brake assembly. For installation, the old O-ring on the hub seat should be replaced with a new one. The Wheel Hub should be positioned on the axle carrier, aligning the holes in the backing plate, and the bolts should be installed and tightened. Install the brake drum/disc and wheel, take down the vehicle, and tighten the lug nuts.
  • Q: How do you remove the control arm?
    A: To remove the control arm, start by loosening the wheel lug nuts on the side to be dismantled and raising the front of the vehicle. Support it securely on jack stands and remove the wheel. Then, remove the bolt and two nuts holding the control arm to the steering knuckle. If you're removing the left side control arm on a vehicle equipped with an automatic transmission, also remove the suspension cross member. Next, remove the nut from the stabilizer bar link and disconnect the link from the control arm. For inspection, check the control arm for distortion and the bushings for wear, replacing parts as necessary. Do not attempt to straighten a bent control arm. To install the control arm, start by installing the new washer at the rear bracket with the beveled side towards the front of the vehicle. Then, install the new washer on the control arm shaft with the beveled side towards the rear of the vehicle. The remainder of the installation is the reverse of removal. Tighten all of the fasteners. Finally, install the wheel and lug nuts, lower the vehicle, and tighten the lug nuts.
  • Q: How do you remove the tie-rod end?
    A: To remove the tie-rod, start by loosening the wheel lug nuts and raising the front of the vehicle. Support it securely on jack stands, block the rear wheels, and set the parking brake. Remove the front wheel. Hold the tie-rod with a pair of locking pliers or a wrench and loosen the jam nut enough to mark the position of the tie-rod end in relation to the threads. Remove the cotter pin and loosen the nut on the tie-rod end stud. Use a puller to disconnect the tie-rod from the steering knuckle arm. Remove the nut and separate the tie-rod. To install the tie-rod, thread the Tie Rod End onto the marked position and insert the tie-rod stud into the steering knuckle arm. Tighten the jam nut securely. Install the castellated nut on the stud and tighten it. Install a new cotter pin. Finally, install the wheel and lug nuts, lower the vehicle, and tighten the lug nuts. It is recommended to have the alignment checked by a dealer service department or an alignment shop.