"You're not how much money you have in the bank. You're not the car you drive. You're not the contents of your wallet. You're not your f------ khakis. You're the all-singing, all-dancing crap of the world."
to answer your question, it doesn't start off in first. it can take up to 30 sec. to start in first and then takes off really really quickly. it's really messed up... i was told many times it could definitely be the clutch.. thanks for your help..
Yeah 38,000 miles and needing a new clutch in a Toyota. That's crazy unless you drove it off the lot till that day like you stole it and raced every Honda Civic idiot at every stop light smoking the tires and chirping each gear. I'm glad to see it was something simple as it should have been. Have fun with your Celica. Sometimes it could be too much fun.
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i think that thing is pretty tite my gurl always plays around with it lifting her ass on and off the sit to fuck with it glad it was just a lil thing nice milage with ur car i have a 2000 Celi 2 and i have twice im at 62000
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My friend Scotty would never wear his seat belt even if I insisted or I never moved an inch in my Celica from day one. He would lift his fat ass off that seat for a 45 minute ride just not to get that annoying seat belt light. Only one time he buckled up and that was because I was going 120 in a 40 around turns. He had done worse in his Mustang or even his Corsica. That means a lot to me, my car, and my driving skills. He now buckles up like we all should. I hope they fix that soon because from my own experience it just seems to piss people off. I don't know why either. My friend is an exception I guess.
Ha ha.. you wanna hear something.. my roommate actually unplugged it from underneath my seat.. and that's why it stopped workin.. at least i know it's not broken. thats cool. yeah my friends use to play with the seat as well.:-)
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