hiacenewbie

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About hiacenewbie

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  • Toyota Model
    93 Celica st184
  • Toyota Year
    1994
  • Location
    Victoria

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  • First Name
    Aaron
  1. Hi, I just like pop up lights lol.
  2. Your st204 looks clean. I think remote central locking was an options. It is pretty easy to hook up a remote central locking system. You can buy a cheapie one on ebay or Jaycar.
  3. I have a 93 st184 and I am definitely keeping it. The 5sfe engine is so easy to work on and very reliable. Also I love 90s era japanese cars. I just bought a 91 Mazda mx5 and once that is done. I am planning to get a sw20 mr2.
  4. I am not sure what is a corrector module but the speedometer cable for the 5th gen celica connects to the back of the instrument cluster at the center position. As you can see in the picture, it connects to the green round connection.
  5. Hi everyone, I have a 1993 celica st184. I am looking for a replacement power steering rack. I found one for sale but the guy told me that there are 2 types of steering rack for the st184. The one he got is for the rack that comes with 12mm bolts. he told me to measure the bolts on the head of your rack whether they are 12mm or 14mm. When I asked him to clarify, he told me it is the bolts that connect the head of the rack to the body of the rack. What does he mean by that ? Thanks for your help Cheers, Aaron
  6. Hi, I know there are many issues that can cause a car to vibrate when idling. What are the most common issues that can cause the vibration ? I think it vibrates when the car is moving but it is not as noticeable. Also it vibrates more when the air con is on. Thanks, Aaron
  7. Hi everyone, My uncle gave me his 93 st184. It has done 197,000 km which is not too much for a 20 yrs old car. Just wondering if the car has clear coat or just a solid colour. What is a clear coat and how can you tell if a car has clear coat or not. Thanks, Aaron