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BlackCelicaGTS
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BlackCelicaGTS Mar 16, 11:55pm - #127032 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Shoo0ot,...just hit 60,000

okay well i'm a little over 60,000 miles...so i lost my factory powertrain warrenty if i'm not mistaken. When i bought the car i bought an extended warrenty bumper to bumper for the next 4 years..
I have a 2000 gts.
I would like to have my lift bolts replaced before they break and cause any problems,..i have already noticed that my lift is not pulling as hard as it used to. So i'm assuming that they are getting worn.
Do you think that replacing them would be covered under my extended bumper to bumper. I have read about people getting them replaced due to the TSB.

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PnOyGtS
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PnOyGtS Mar 17, 2:01am - #127033 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Nassau,NY
Give it a shot take it to the dealer doesnt hurt to try!
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GTQuentin
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GTQuentin Mar 17, 2:10am - #127034 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Northern VA
Man i have a 2k GT w/67.7k miles on it. I just got it back in Oct. I only put like 1200 miles on it. I do fell bad w/all the miles but my farther says toyota engines last a while. I really wanted a Cougar or Tiburon but the celica is mad tight. thumbsup
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Speed4TheNeed
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Speed4TheNeed Mar 17, 3:04am - #127035 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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New Orleans, LA
a celica will last a LOT longer than a couger (tiburons are pretty reliable though).

mercury is one of the most unreliable car brands currently still selling cars, and the cougar is one of the worst cars you could buy if you're worried about shop-time and longevity.
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Rexy13
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Rexy13 Mar 17, 6:09am - #127036 
2004 Red Toyota Celica
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2004 Toyota Celica

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York PA
Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd
a celica will last a LOT longer than a couger (tiburons are pretty reliable though).

mercury is one of the most unreliable car brands currently still selling cars, and the cougar is one of the worst cars you could buy if you're worried about shop-time and longevity.


couger are fords, nough said
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NorwayGT
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NorwayGT Mar 17, 6:11am - #127037 

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2004 Dodge SRT4

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Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd
a celica will last a LOT longer than a couger (tiburons are pretty reliable though).

mercury is one of the most unreliable car brands currently still selling cars, and the cougar is one of the worst cars you could buy if you're worried about shop-time and longevity.

not to mention theyr fugly, got a tranny not suited to the engine properly, heavy as hell, fugly, fugly, ugly, handle like shit, and im to lazy to keep going

was....5speed with i/h/e
15.41 @ 89.30mph 2.282 60'

is....04 srt4 stock
13.936 100.15mph 2.177 60'
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LostAngel
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LostAngel Mar 17, 6:15am - #127038 
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Originally Posted by NorwayGT
Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd
a celica will last a LOT longer than a couger (tiburons are pretty reliable though).

mercury is one of the most unreliable car brands currently still selling cars, and the cougar is one of the worst cars you could buy if you're worried about shop-time and longevity.

not to mention theyr fugly, got a tranny not suited to the engine properly, heavy as hell, fugly, fugly, ugly, handle like shit, and im to lazy to keep going

Yeah, I hate cougers. I always thought of them as the ugly ugly FUGLY stepchild of the celica. Just shape wise and such. Celica is much better.
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Rocketman
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Rocketman Mar 17, 7:56am - #127039 

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01 Toyota Celica

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I would like to do the same thing with the lift bolts if I could get it under warranty...anyone know if you can do this????!!! confused
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