1991 Toyota Celica QuestionsRefine by vehicle
The motor is not engaging when turning key on. Sounds like it wants to start but won't
Car wont start with just the turn of the key like it should BUT if I spray starting fluid in the throttle body and then turn the key it'll start right away and stay on and be driveable.
Leak:Engine-Side-Hose TO-> Heater Core (1991 Celica)
I've got a water leak on a 91 Gen 5 Toyota Celica,
that's 1 of the 2 lines going to the heater core,
inside the engine-side of the firewall.
I'm looking for someone's "easy" experience/tips
to replace the hose:
Hmm... no active links...
the bolt on the tank near the rear tire is leaking around a hose that is there also. what is the possible solution
gas leaking around a hose that is there also. what is the possible solution
the bolt on the tank near the rear tire is leaking around a hose that is there also. what is the possible soloution
Just replaced the transmission do to it not shifting correctly just wondering how I'm supposed to pump my atf through it
There's a button on the side to Override it, but, pressed and unpressed it - still can't move from 'Park'
Got a 1989 Mr2 non turbo..gasoline smell in side of car..don't see any leaks..help
Mother-in-law driving, car came to a stop and died at light after exiting freeway, restarted and ran for another minute until loosing power and stopping. She told me the oil light came on. I have verified spark with timing light and with plug removed. Did a compression test and all was OK. Oil full and clean, checked for excessive blowzy when cranking - all OK. Opened throttle and sprayed starting fluid and it didn't even try to start. Pulled plate under rear seat and verified fuel pump is receiving power/running as it should, but have not tested pressure or output. Not too familiar with Toyotas, not sure what should be tested next...Any help appreciated.
it thuds faster when i go faster and its worse on right curves and better on left curves. vibrates a little
what are we looking for when charging system don't work