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bladed_metal
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bladed_metal Oct 26, 12:18am - #309454 

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1991 Toyota Celica GT

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Gilbert, Arizona
Automatic To Manual

Can anyone help me understand what I will need exactly to swith my automatic 1991 Celica GT to a Manual? I will soon have the 3SGTE engine and it comes with a manual transmission so what else will i need? thankyou.
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bladed_metal
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bladed_metal Oct 26, 12:34am - #309455 

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1991 Toyota Celica GT

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Gilbert, Arizona
Hey ive posted this everyday for the past few days and I havent gotten a reply. I dont know why but if anyone knows leave a post!
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celica2nv
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celica2nv Oct 26, 1:33am - #309456 

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2003 Toyota Celica GT

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Southern New Jersey
well i can tell you it will be a pain...far as i know youll have to have new pedals reinstalled cause you now need a clutch pedal installed...there is more invloved this is all i know...an its going to cost $$
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Sancho
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Sancho Oct 26, 1:39am - #309457 

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2004 Toyota Celica GT

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About $3000 if I remember correctly, minus parts and labor.

New ECU, new transmission, shifter unit, clutch, brake and accelerator pedals, etc. I'd love to do the same, but I should have gotten the manual when I had the chance. Its easier to use both hands while driving when you have an automatic, though. Like holding a cell phone or drinking a beverage. Still, theres a lot to miss out on. thumbsdown cry

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