Factory service manual for the Toyota Celica (T180) (1990 – 1993) all versions. The type of information contained in this workshop manual include general servicing, maintenance and minor repairs, advanced repairs and rebuild guides. Topics include Engine, Gearbox, Differential, Suspension, Steering, Brakes, Interior Fittings, Exterior Fittings, Body Panels and Electrical Systems with wiring diagrams.
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The Toyota Celica (pronounced / sɛlɨkə /) is a series of sports coupes made by the Japanese company Toyota. The name is derived from the Latin word coelica which means “heavenly.” This car began to be manufactured in Japan in 1970. Considered, along with the Toyota Supra, one of the best cars made by Toyota.
Throughout its service life the Celica was powered by different four-cylinder engines. The most significant change came in 1986, when the design for driving the car changed from rear wheel drive to front wheel drive. During the first three generations, the Celicas were released to the United States market with different versions of Toyota R-series engines. A four-wheel-drive turbo model (designed All-Trac Turbo in the US or GT-Four in Japan and Europe). This car has been produced from 1986 to 2000. Through seven generations, the model has gone through many revisions and design forks, including the Toyota Celica Supra (later known as the Toyota Supra). The Celica was available as a Coupe, Liftback Coupe, as well as a convertible model.
Fifth generation (T180; 1989–1993)
The fifth generation Celica was introduced in September 1989 for the 1990 model year. The Celica received new Super Round organic styling, upgraded wheels and tires, more powerful GT-Four (All-Trac Turbo in the US) with better cooling system, and for the Japanese market only, the four-wheel steering (4WS) models. Toyota engineers claimed that the round styling and lack of straight edges increased strength without adding weight. The styling was later copied by other manufacturers. Japanese market models were now S-R, Z-R, GT-R, Active Sports (first Toyota with Toyota Active Control Suspension), and GT-Four. The S-R and Z-R were powered by a 3S-FE engine, while the GT-R and Active Sports came with a 3S-GE. The 3S-GTE in the GT-Four features an air-to-air intercooler and CT26 twin entry turbo to eliminate exhaust gas interference. The Japanese market GT-Four has 165 kW (221 hp) and 304 N⋅m (224 lb⋅ft) of torque, a result of more aggressive ignition advance and ceramic turbine. The Full-time 4WD system in the GT-Four has viscous coupling limited slip center differential and Torsen rear differential.