search for the TSB on the on the lift bolt replacement. It'll show how to remove the cam and cam gear then you'll need a valve puller tool. or I believe it was a 13mm deep socket that you can ghetto rig to work. best to just get the tool lol
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2000 Toyota Celica GT
All you need to do is pull of the cam bolts and cam caps then get the cams off the timing chain. Then once you get past that then you need to take all the valves and spring apart. The tool makes it much easier!
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