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JDMCelicaGTS
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1985 Toyota Corolla GT

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May 23, 2:13pm - #16962 
Plastics underneath the front of the car...

the plastics underneath the front of my car came off, and its dragging on the ground, i think i need to replace all it it. if im correct its one piece with the wheel well covers right? so i need one for the right and left, right? well i dont exactly know but i need new ones. do they make after market aluminum ones or anything for celicas? i know they have some for bimmers.. i dont feel like paying $70 for each side for new oem ones from toyota...


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2002 Absolute Red Toyota Celica
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2002 Toyota Celica

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May 23, 3:07pm - #16963 
You have three splash guards under the front of your car, or my 02 celi w/ TRD kit does...

I had the same problem your having saggy plasitc, when your oil is changed you have to remove the center of the three peices...

The right and left peices are connected to the finder wells.

If it is the plastic in the middle of the car but towards the passenger side, directly under the oil pan and plug.

confused (the smallest peice) You should be able to replace the "poppers", that hold it in place and you will be fine.
Good luck, sorry if I confused you...

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May 23, 6:10pm - #16964 
Instead of poppers, I think the term push in clip is better. They easily break, so if you buy some from the dealer, pick up a baggy of them. If you change your own oil, I bet you $5 you'll break one in the process.

Cheap plastic crap. I just used screws to hold in one side, then clips on the other, and just spin it out of place to get to the oil drain.


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2000 Custom Spec Blue (Pu Toyota Celica GT
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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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May 23, 6:53pm - #16965 
I cut all mine out. The ones that are connected to the wheel wells I just cut off at the base of the wheel well. And,my underbodies glow really cool onto my radiator (soon to be intercooler) smile

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