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Popular Genuine Toyota Celica Parts

  • Shock Absorber

    Toyota Celica
    Shock Absorber

  • Seat Belt

    Toyota Celica
    Seat Belt

  • Windshield Wiper

    Toyota Celica
    Windshield Wiper

  • Wiper Blade

    Toyota Celica
    Wiper Blade

  • Ignition Switch

    Toyota Celica
    Ignition Switch

  • Fuel Pump

    Toyota Celica
    Fuel Pump

  • Instrument Cluster

    Toyota Celica
    Instrument Cluster

  • Headlight

    Toyota Celica
    Headlight

  • Steering Wheel

    Toyota Celica
    Steering Wheel

  • Oil Filter

    Toyota Celica
    Oil Filter

  • Oxygen Sensor

    Toyota Celica
    Oxygen Sensor

  • Wheel Cover

    Toyota Celica
    Wheel Cover

  • Door Handle

    Toyota Celica
    Door Handle

  • Engine Control Module

    Toyota Celica
    Engine Control Module

  • Speedometer Cable

    Toyota Celica
    Speedometer Cable

  • Power Steering Pump

    Toyota Celica
    Power Steering Pump

  • Brake Disc

    Toyota Celica
    Brake Disc

  • Water Pump

    Toyota Celica
    Water Pump

  • Fog Light Bulb

    Toyota Celica
    Fog Light Bulb

  • Door Lock

    Toyota Celica
    Door Lock

About Toyota Celica

Making through 35 consecutive years on the scene, Toyota Celica was produced by a renowned Japanese automotive manufacturer Toyota Motor Corporation from December 1970 to April 2006 as Toyota's entry-level sports car. "Celica" in its name derives from Latin language meaning "heavenly" or "celestial". Not only well-known in the regular family uses, but also known for rallying prowess in motorsports, Toyota Celica had received Motor Trend Import Car of the Year and among Consumer's Digest "Best Buy" and Car and Driver Ten Best Cars during its seven-generation lifespan.
The sixth-generation Toyota Celica was produced from October 1993 to June 1999 and debuted in 1993 as a 1994 model. Available as 3-door liftback, 2-door notchback (coupe) and 2-door convertible, Celica came with ST, ST Limited, SR, SX, SX-R, ZR and GT trim levels as well as Sports Package in North America. And it got several engine options ranging from 1.8 L to 2.0 L inline-four and engines sent power through 4-speed automatic or 5-speed manual transmission to front wheels or four wheels. The seventh-generation Toyota Celica's life started in July 1999 and was offered in base GT, higher-performance GT-S trim levels in North America. Back then, it was powered by a 1.8 L 1ZZ-FE I4 rated at 140 bhp and 125 lb-ft of torque and a 1.8 L 2ZZ-GE I4 generating 180 bhp and 133 lb-ft of torque and power is sent through 4-speed automatic, 5-speed and 6-speed manual transmissions.

Toyota Celica Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Toyota Celica is offered good gas mileage and has decent space for people and cargo as well as known for excellent reliability, thus, it is a good choice for customers with a limited budget. But no matter how tough it was built, you need to be prepared for these common problems on your Celica:
First, engine issue is always the most serious problem that ever appears on Toyota Celica. You may be aware of the fact that when the engine starts to wear and have something wrong, your vehicle is close to its breaking down. In case this happens to your Celica, you need to learn about these symptoms of an engine problem. Some Toyota Celica drivers said, if engine shakes, stalls, misfires, loses power while acceleration, has difficulty in starting the car and suffers from performance issues as well as activates the Check Engine Light and consumes more excessive oil, then you should get some professionals to inspect the ignition coil, body control module, engine control module, timing cover, oxygen sensor and spark plug for you.
Second, transmission and suspension issues are also very tricky to handle with for Toyota Celica drivers. In fact, both issues have the similar symptom which is making grinding or roaring noises from underneath the vehicle. But transmission failure also causes difficulty in shifting gears, the indicator not matching the gear, the vehicle not turning off and starting in another gear or not going into gear at all. The Celica shift cable, synchronizer ring and transfer case seal are often the culprits. And suspension failure also has symptoms such as abnormal tire wear, vehicle bottoming out and intense car vibration and you can try inspecting the Celica coil spring insulator, wheel bearing and sway bar bushing to find the reason.
Routine maintenance is what you should perform on some vulnerable auto parts in your Toyota Celica if you desire a safe and comfortable driving trip. Seat belt undertakes the important task of protecting occupants from injury caused by sudden movement; door handle could fall off if exposed to usage for a long time; wiper blade is responsible for offering excellent driving visibility under adverse weather conditions. All these auto parts should be maintained meticulously and periodically.
An undeniable fact is that OEM Toyota Celica auto parts have greater assurance in quality, reliability and durability than any aftermarket parts. If you want your Toyota Celica has a longer lifespan, then OEM part is what you need most. ToyotaPartsPrime.com happens to cover a complete catalog of lowest-priced genuine Toyota Celica auto parts backed by the manufacturer's warranty. Since price is not an issue and all these OEM Celica parts could be returned without a hassle after being delivered to your door step at the quickest speed, why not start your shopping now?