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BlueGTS
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BlueGTS Feb 25, 1:50pm - #409198 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Virginia, US
Dissambling the engine

Ok, so i was wondering, has anyone here taken apart their celica engine? Im sure someone out there has. If you could, tell me how difficult it is to do because i want to rebuild mine. I am going to save up, buy another engine, have it installed, and rebuild the other one on the side.Opinions?
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Speed4TheNeed
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Speed4TheNeed Feb 25, 1:55pm - #409199 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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New Orleans, LA
i'll let you know...i recently bent a valve in my last engine. got a replacment engine..had that blow at the mechanics shop..so now i'm getting a company to rebuild the original engine (it's in better shape) and i'm going to rebuild the recently blown one..or at least have fun taking it all apart rofl rofl (since the head is cracked..its probably impossible to rebuild it without a new head..which at this time i have no interest in doing)
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injencelicagts
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injencelicagts Feb 25, 2:03pm - #409200 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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new jersey
the only thing that would be a pain is getting it out of the engine bay after that if you know ne thing bout motors then i should be a breez
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Caleb
Speed4TheNeed Feb 25, 2:06pm - #409201 

Caleb
2000 Toyota Celica

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^^ yup. to get the engine out you literally have to remove everything out of the engine bay...when they took it out it was nothing but a bunch of wires & tubes left over
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