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PyRoLiTe
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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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May 28, 7:02pm - #187892 
Replacing Tails

Aight, i cannot for the life of me get the peices of the trunk out so i can get to the nuts to replace my tails. So if someone could please help me, i would be greatly appreciative. i can get to 3 of the nuts but on of em is behind the plastic. and i cna't get the sides off without the back. so someone please tell me how to do this...

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Belleville, Illinois
May 28, 7:07pm - #187893 
get a regular ol 10mm wrench and loosen it up...u can spin it off by hand after...btw...theres only 3 nuts...that gold one at the bottom is for the bumper. good luck


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