Toyota Celica Front-wheel Drive (1986 - 1999)
Complete coverage for your vehicle
Written from hands-on experience gained from the complete strip-down and rebuild of a Toyota Celica Front-wheel Drive, Haynes can help you understand, care for and repair your Toyota Celica Front-wheel Drive. We do it ourselves to help you do-it-yourself, and whatever your mechanical ability, the practical step-by-step explanations, linked to over 900 photos, will help you get the job done right. Regular servicing and maintenance of your Toyota Celica Front-wheel Drive can help maintain its resale value, save you money, and make it safer to drive.
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Toyota Celica Haynes Repair Manual covering all 1986 thru 1999 FWD models
PLEASE NOTE that this manual is intended for vehicles built to US specifications and do not cover diesel models unless specifically stated. Although it is useful when the products or systems are similar to those in other markets, there may still be significant differences, especially in areas concerned with safety and emission control.
Does not include 4WD (All-Trac) models
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Tune-up and routine maintenance
Chapter 2: Engines and general engine overhaul procedures
Chapter 3: Cooling, heating and air conditioning systems
Chapter 4: Fuel and exhaust systems
Chapter 5: Engine electrical systems
Chapter 6: Emissions control systems
Chapter 7: Manual and automatic transaxle
Chapter 8: Clutch and driveaxles
Chapter 9: Brakes
Chapter 10: Suspension and steering systems
Chapter 11: Body
Chapter 12: Chassis electrical system
The fourth-generation Toyota Celica was launched in 1986 and was a complete departure from what had gone before. It was aerodynamic, it had pop-up headlights, and it was now front-wheel drive. It was available as a coupe or as a liftback, and had a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine under the hood, which drove the front wheels though a five-speed manual gearbox or a four-speed automatic transmission. A convertible version was launched in 1987., and then a four-wheel-drive 2.0-liter turbo version called the GT-Four was released in 1988. The fifth-generation model appeared in 1989 with a range of engines, starting with a 1.6-liter four-cylinder, then a 2.0-liter, then a 2.0-liter turbo and a 2.2-liter non-turbo four. Again, it had a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission. The sixth-generation car appeared in 1993, with conventional headlights. Haynes has an extensive range of Toyota repair manuals and online maintenance procedures to suit professional mechanics and DIY car enthusiasts. Our Toyota Celica repair manual will be able to help whether you're servicing or repairing your car.