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ArumnDark
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ArumnDark Oct 5, 9:09pm - #292291 
2004 Silver Streak Toyota Celica
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2004 Toyota Celica

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Independence, California
Grounding Kit Install...

Is it the same for a 2004 as it is for a 2000? (GTS).

Also, I stripped one of the screws that hold the engine plastics down (the ones you need the allen wrench for), how do I get that out? (I heard welding another screw to it, but I don't have any welding supplies or the like... what if I super-glued the wrench in there? wink )


AND, last but not least...
Any tips for getting to the bolt that's sort of under the ECU box? I can't get the box far enough out of the way to get a wrench on it frown
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IceTeal
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IceTeal Oct 5, 9:19pm - #292292 
2001 Silver Toyota Celica
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2001 Toyota Celica

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Ca
You should just be able to drill the screw out of there with a slightly smaller drill bit. It happened to me too.
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fonz182
Pimpin aint easy
fonz182 Oct 6, 3:47am - #292293 

Pimpin aint easy
03 Toyota Celica GT

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Hayward / UCD, CA
for the bolt its easier if you have a really long socket extension. and the install should be the same as far as i know.
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ArumnDark
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ArumnDark Oct 6, 4:10am - #292294 
2004 Silver Streak Toyota Celica
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2004 Toyota Celica

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Independence, California
I'll give it a shot again this weekend. I think I'm gonna see if the dealership will take out the screw for me (and get me a new one) while they work on it this Friday (oil change and tire rotation, and maybe have them check the lift bolts if they will do it free. Otherwise I will tongue ).

*is too nervous to drill anything anywhere near his engine* frown

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