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Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 02-05-2010
Fig. 14 Exploded View Of Disc Brake Assembly 5 Exploded View Of Disc Brake Assembly. 1989 Celica w/AWD 16 Exploded View Of Disc Brake Assembly. 1990 Celica NOTE: If a squealing noise occurs from the front brakes while driving, check the pad
wear indicator. If there are traces of the indicator contacting the rotor disc, the brake pad
should be replaced.
z Remove front wheel
z Temporarily fasten the rotor disc with the hub nuts.
z Inspect pad lining thickness
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Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 14-10-2010
In some cases, owners of 2000 – 2002 model year Celica GTS vehicles equipped with the 2ZZ–GE engine may complain of an intermittent slight loss of power and/or variable lift function at engine speeds over 6,000 rpm under high load. This can be caused if the bolt securing the rocker shaft separates, allowing the shaft to rotate in its bore. This rotation, when it occurs, can cause misalignment of the oil feed passages to the rocker shafts, resulting in a lack of variable lift operation and low power at higher engine rpm. Repair Procedure 1. Remove Valve Cover A. Disconnect the negative and then the positive battery terminals. B. Remove the battery tie–down bracket and battery. C. Remove the 4 bolts and No. 2 cylinder head cover. (Figure 1.) D. Remove the ignition coils. (Figure 2.) E. Remove the wiring harness and protector from cylinder head cover. (Figure 3.) F. Disconnect the 2 PCV hoses from the cylinder head cover. (Figure 4.) G. Remove drive belt. a. Turn the drive belt tensioner slowly clockwise and loosen it. Then, remove the drive belt and replace the drive belt tensioner slowly and carefully. (Figure 5.) H. Remove the 2 nuts, 1 bolt and disconnect the No. 3 ventilation hose from the No. 1 ventilation pipe. (Figure 6.) I. Remove the No. 1 ventilation pipe and gasket. J. Remove the 9 bolts, pull back the wire harness protector, and remove the cylinder head cover and gasket. (Figure 7.) K. Remove the O–ring from the cylinder head cover oil supply pipe. (Figure 8.) 2. Set No. 1 cylinder to TDC/compression. A. Turn the crankshaft pulley, and align its groove with timing mark “0” of the timing chain cover. (Figure 9.) B. Check that the point marks of the camshaft timing sprockets are in a straight line on the timing chain cover surface with the exhaust cam dot set one tooth above as shown in Figure 10. If not, turn the crankshaft one revolution (360°) and align the marks as explained above.
Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 21-05-2010
Introduction Under certain conditions customers may experience a MIL “ON” condition with DTC P1349 indicating a variable valve timing (VVTi) malfunction. In some cases, the cause of this DTC may be the VVTi actuator. Use the procedures in this bulletin to verify the
operation of the actuator. S 2000 – 2002 model year Corolla, Celica, MR2 Spyder, and ECHO vehicles
Applicable Vehicles produced BEFORE the Production Change Effective VINs shown below.
comprehensive study of the career of the Toyota Celica GT-Four. Starting in 1988, three generations of this effective turbocharged four-wheel-drive car – known by enthusiasts as ST165, ST185 and ST205 types – fought for World Championships, and were amazingly successful for almost a decade. All types combined high-performance, great reliability, and superb preparation by Toyota Team Europe (based in Cologne, Germany), their 300bhp/four-wheel-drive chassis package being among the best in the world. Over the years, the cars won some of the roughest events in the world (such as the Safari and the Acropolis), and were also supreme on tarmac, snow and ice, including Monte Carlo. After fighting a running battle with Lancia for years, the Celicas won the World Manufacturers’ Championship twice. Its famous drivers included Carlos Sainz (World Champion in 1990 and 1992), Juha Kankkunen (Champion in 1993) and Didier Auriol (Champion in 1994)