Cabin electrical problem in my 2002 toyota celica
My Mum's Car Will Not Start Or Unlock...
Background and Identification
The Toyota Celica is a sports car produced by Toyota between 1970 and 2006 across seven generations. In Japan, the Toyota Celica was only sold from the Toyota Corolla Store dealer chain. Toyota Celica body styles included convertibles, liftbacks, coupés, and notchback coupés. The term ‘liftback’ was actually coined by Toyota in 1973 to describe the Celica fastback hatchback. In the North American market, the Celica was called the Liftback GT.
Production of the seventh-generation Toyota Celica began in July 1999. Sales of the Celica began in Europe in late 1999. The seventh-generation Toyota Celica was sold with a three-door liftback coupé body style and a front-engine, front-wheel-drive layout. It was available with a 1.8-liter inline-four engine or a 2.0-liter supercharged inline-four engine for the Trial Celica. Celica vehicles were sold with either a four-speed automatic, a five-speed manual, or a six-speed manual transmission.
The Toyota vehicles in the Americas can be identified by the Toyota emblem, which depicts three overlapping ellipses. Early Toyota Celica models can be identified by the Celica Dragon Badge emblem, which depicts a dragon with two stars placed on its wings. Toyota Celica models 1990 and newer include the name “Celica” in capital letters on the rear of the car.
- Production: July 1999 – April 2006
Body and chassis:
- Body style: 3-door liftback coupé
- Layout: Front-engine, front-wheel-drive
- Platform: Toyota MC platform
- 1.8 L 1ZZ-FE I41.8 L 2ZZ-GE I4
- 2.0 L Trial 2ZZ-GE Supercharged I4 (Trial Celica)
- 4-speed automatic
- 5-speed manual6-speed manual
- Wheelbase: 2,600 mm (102.4 in)
- Length: 4,335 mm (170.7 in)
- Width: 1,735 mm (68.3 in)
- Height: 1,310 mm (51.4 in)
- Curb weight: 1,090–1,180 kg (2,403–2,601 lb)