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Lil_Terror
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Lil_Terror Aug 6, 4:44pm - #33635 
2001 WHITE Toyota Celica GT
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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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Osan, Korea
changing rear springs!

I need some help here!! I am stuck changing my rear springs!! I got the front ones in no problem but now I am stuck and can't get the rear ones in!! Any help would be grateful!!!!!
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Marco_L
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Marco_L Aug 6, 4:49pm - #33636 
2000 Black Toyota Celica GT
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You have to remove all the plastic in your trunk. Then you will find the bolts that hold the rear-shocks.
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Lil_Terror
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Lil_Terror Aug 6, 5:00pm - #33637 
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Did that already just can't get it to fit back in.
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trog2233
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trog2233 Aug 6, 5:19pm - #33638 

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Those are a pain...i have to unbolt the sway bar and basically drop the whole back down to get it out...once its lowered its a lot easier to squeeze it back in. thumbsup
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Marco_L
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Marco_L Aug 6, 5:22pm - #33639 
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On my car they only had little problems with the left side. Right side was easy. Just don't know why there's a difference.
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