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HI guys, First time posting, just wondering if you guys could clear up a few questions I have, in converting a ep91 5 speed starlet and putting the paseo 1.5L engine in to it. Question 1: Is the engine loom in the starlet the same as the loom in the Paseo or will I need the Paseo loom? Question 2: The starlet is currently a 5 speed manual the Paseo donor car I have is an automatic, will the Paseo ecu run if I keep the manual transmission? Question 3: Will the 5 speed starlet box bolt straight onto the Paseo engine?
Hi please any advice on what spoilers for starlet / glanza / paseo will fit the ep91 98 starlet life 2 door as this is my car. Doesn’t have to be screw on, can be glued on. thanks josh pleas link me and advise what will work.
I will be replacing the rear shocks in my Toyota Starlet 1999 model soon (Right rear shock is creaking when I drive over uneven road and sit in the car when stationary, just when I put weight in the car) and am not sure what to get. I don't know if I can fit only one kind of shock or are there several types for this car? I will probably carry all my tools in the back which adds to the weight in the back of the car. I'm currently noticing that the car really bounces up and down if I go over large speed humps too quickly. Maybe something a little firmer would be better but I'm
I will soon have to replace the rear wheel bearings on my Toyota Starlet which is a front wheel drive vehicle. As I have only had rear wheel drive cars in the past I'm not sure how to change the rear wheel bearings on a front wheel drive car. I have some questions about this process. 1 - Does anyone have any pictures of the rear hub assembly? 2 - Do I need a bearing press or any special tools to remove the old bearings and replace the new bearings? 3 - Exactly how many bearings will I need for each side? Is it just one bearing or two on each side? 4 - If anyone has