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 Factory Options for a 1981 Toyota Celica?

Answer Celica (Latin for "celestial"), a sports car first launched in Japan by Toyota in 1971, offered more versions of the Celica there than anywhere else in the world. Eventually, the United States had ... Read More »
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Does a 1981 Toyota Celica have four wheel disc brakes?

A 1981 Toyota Celica is not manufactured with four wheel disc brakes. The rear brakes are drum brakes, which are not disc brakes. The front brakes, however, are disc brakes.References:Parts Bin: 1... Read More »
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Toyota Celica Recalls?

According to Edmunds, the Celica has been a reliable automobile for Toyota since it was introduced in 1971. Toyota discontinued manufacturing the Celica in 2005, but the automobile has only five to... Read More »
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How to Troubleshoot a Toyota Celica AC?

It's a good idea to troubleshoot the AC system in your Toyota Celica before each summer. Problems that may arise are usually fairly simple to diagnose, whether it is an issue with faulty AC control... Read More »
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Facts on the Toyota Celica?

Japanese automaker Toyota produced the Toyota Celica for 36 years from 1970 to 2006. The series of four-cylinder coupes were last offered in the North American market in 2005. Toyota announced it w... Read More »
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