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Toyota Celica, Engine, Hatchback
#66 of 77 Re: 1990 toyota ignition lock [year2525]
May 07, 2011 (5:39 pm)
hi, its probably your key. my celica had same issue. You have to get a key from toyota directly. the number they need is on the passenger side door lock. so u gotta take door panel pass side off and get the number off lock. i had to take mine out but your key is probably worn down and not pushing the pins all the way in making the steering whell not want to unlock. I think my key was like 15-20 dollars. try that , good luck
#67 of 77 Re: 2000 Celica GT [jc62584]
May 23, 2011 (11:51 am)
That is called blow by. All it means your engine has wear. How many miles are on the car?
#68 of 77 2000 toyota celica GTS revving issue
Aug 31, 2011 (10:51 am)
I have a 2000 toyota celica GTS, When i push on the throttle like if i was to start off it will rev from 1000 RPMS to about 2000 - 2500 RPMS and then drops off to about 500- 700 RPMS, after that if i hold the throttle it revs up fine till i let it idle again. i put a new throttle position sensor into it but it still does it. any ideas what might be wrong???
#69 of 77 No idle and bucking take off-2000 Cel
Oct 03, 2011 (12:44 pm)
I have a 2000 celica. Just bought in March 2011. Over last few weeks start up performance has diminished. New plugs just in to help it, but it still won't idle upon first start up. Also sluggish to no go when trying to get out of first gear. Gotta revv it to get it moving. Shifts well enough on the road, but when you give it gas to pass it boggs down to no go. Starts bucking 'til you downshift and revv again. Any thoughts? Thanks.
#70 of 77 Re: 2000 toyota celica GTS revving issue [shifty017]
Dec 22, 2011 (11:06 am)
try cleaning or replacing (if that bad0 the IACV....intake air control valve. It is att5ached to the throttle body and controls airflow mixture and will also effect your heat.
there are some you-tube videos that show how to.....
#71 of 77 Slippage while cornering
Jan 05, 2012 (10:44 am)
I have a 2000 Celica GTS 6 speed. It feels like the clutch slips when I take a corner. Do I have a clutch, transmission or rear end issue? I know I have to push the clutch almost through the floorboard to get the starter to engage. Is that another issue?
#72 of 77 Re: Slippage while cornering [conbert]
Jan 05, 2012 (7:25 pm)
I Have that same car, I dont know about the corner thing, I don't seem to feel anything when I go around corners, but for starting their is 2 switches your clutch hits, and the one to engage the starter is at the very end of your clutch, so for that, that is normal.
#73 of 77 Re: Slippage while cornering [conbert]
Jan 05, 2012 (7:46 pm)
If its only slipping on corners, its prob not the clutch, if it was you should feel it when you accelerate too, could be a drive shaft. also a UV joint, but if it was that you should feel vibration.
#74 of 77 2000 Celica GTS
Jan 06, 2012 (11:10 am)
Hi everyone. Love my Celica. 124,000 miles and no problems till now. After starting the gages dont come on, no indicater lights etc. Also the Shifter does not unlock. This doesnt happen all the time. Sometimes have to do a restart several times, then everything will finally come up. Clock is on, rear lights come on, but not front lights (I know about that interlock). Im assuming its a bad relay, but can't figure out which one it would be. Any of you Celica Gurus have any ideas? Thanks.
#75 of 77 Re: strange vibe Please Help!!!!! [mgh777]
Mar 21, 2012 (9:16 am)
There are 4 motor mounts, the one that usually is the biggest culprit for vibration is the dog-bone on the right side (accessory belt side /passenger side) fender well, has that one been replaced? The other mounts are centered below the front of the motor and in back of the motor, both down below, and then the upper transmission mount on the driver side fender well. Your mechanic probably replaced the mounts showing obvious cracking & wear, but the other two could also be the problem as well, when they start to go well they all most likely are worn out way past original specifications for noise and vibration absorption.