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nasteve
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2002 red Toyota Celica GT
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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Sep 9, 3:54pm - #271076 
7th gen shifter

Will a shifter out of a 2002 GT drop in a 1992 GT? Both are 5 speeds. Thanks for any info.
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Sep 9, 4:02pm - #271077 
I have heard of other generation Celica owners using the stock 7th generation shifters as shortshifters. I sold mine to a guy, but I can not remeber if he had a sixth or fith generation Celica. I think it was a fifth.
By the way the shifter has nothing to do with how many gears you have. You can use a GT or a GTS shifter. I have GTS and he has a five gear Celica and it made no difference.

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