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Anktopot
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Anktopot Jun 8, 7:36pm - #194817 

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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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easy stupid question...

i know i know, i am an idiot... but anyway, i have serached and still can not find how to remove the gosh darn stock cd player to install my aftermarket one??
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celicaTRDgts
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celicaTRDgts Jun 8, 8:44pm - #194818 

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rofl sorry

just remove the console...and then there 4 screws and just pull it out...not hard

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Brian63
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Brian63 Jun 8, 9:04pm - #194819 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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There are two dash pieces you need to remove and there are 4 screws like mentioned above. It takes about 5 mins. The first piece is around the shifter and the other is where the temp control stuff is. really easy.
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celicafourotwo Jun 9, 1:40am - #194820 

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ok..ur car GT or GTS?? premium sound or not?
1. remove all the climate control knobs, total of 4.
2. Pull ur e-brake all the way up.
3. Remove shift knob(manual trans only)
4. Pull UP the shift booth cover, pull up and out.
5. Un hook the wire that goes into the cig. plug (behind)
6. Look under on left side and right side of the climate control, you will see 2 phillips screw/bolt <<watevr you call it.
7. Remove them, also remove 2 screw behind the 2 climate control knob. After you remove the knobs you should see it.
8. NOW PULL, start from the bottom, EVERYTHING OUT. You will hear some click, that's ok. after you pull them out, you want to pull out the clock harness too..

There you go, if you can't do that, i will personally go over there and kick ur behind. grin

Remove the 4 10mm bolts that hold the stock unit in or down..it's in goldish color, can't miss it..

Good Luck.

Originally Posted by pesho01
Question:
Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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