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RedRkt01
08-28-2008, 07:13 PM
Does anyone know the chassis code to the 1992 Carina???

ciento44
08-28-2008, 07:18 PM
What model Carina?

I believe either T170 or T190. It'll depend what rim and all that jazz i think.

RedRkt01
08-28-2008, 07:25 PM
Carina E 2.0 16V & Carina GTi. I think the ST170 was sometime pre '92, maybe ending '85? I also think the ST190 was post '92, perhaps starting '95?

ciento44
08-28-2008, 07:30 PM
T170 is 88-92
T190 is 92-96

RedRkt01
08-28-2008, 07:55 PM
T170 is 88-92
T190 is 92-96

Good work sir!

I also heard about an ST182 in Australia that ran from 1989-1994. Typically, the Celicas ran the even coded chassis while the Corona and Caldina ran the odd coded chassis. What say you about this? Can you confirm or deny the existence of an ST182 Carina?

ciento44
08-29-2008, 02:27 PM
Good work sir!

I also heard about an ST182 in Australia that ran from 1989-1994. Typically, the Celicas ran the even coded chassis while the Corona and Caldina ran the odd coded chassis. What say you about this? Can you confirm or deny the existence of an ST182 Carina?


I thought the ST182 WAS a celica....

I'm not real sure off the top of my head about an ST182 Carina, but i'll look around later. :)

RedRkt01
08-29-2008, 03:30 PM
I thought the ST182 WAS a celica....

I'm not real sure off the top of my head about an ST182 Carina, but i'll look around later. :)

I figured I was going to get that response. I guess I'm not real sure either. I do know that the ST184 was a Celica, which doesn't exactly close the door on the possibility, but................

I guess when push comes to shove I can point you in the direction of my source and you can see what I see. I really don't know...........which is obviously why I begged the question

ciento44
08-29-2008, 03:54 PM
I figured I was going to get that response. I guess I'm not real sure either. I do know that the ST184 was a Celica, which doesn't exactly close the door on the possibility, but................

I guess when push comes to shove I can point you in the direction of my source and you can see what I see. I really don't know...........which is obviously why I beeged the question


Yeah, let me know what your source is.... Because 5th gens have AT180, ST183, ST184, ST184, and i thought there was an ST182....

Yep.

5th Generation Celica Models Table
Frame Number Chassis Code Model Engine Steer Transmission Comments
E-ST182-BLMSK ST182 SR 3S-FE FWD Manual comment
E-ST182-BLPSK ST182 SR 3S-FE FWD Automatic comment
E-ST182-BLMGK ST182 ZR 3S-FE FWD Manual comment
E-ST182-BLMGK ST182 ZR 3S-FE FWD/4WS Manual 4 Wheel Steer
E-ST182-BLPGK ST182 ZR 3S-FE FWD Automatic comment
E-ST182-BLPGK ST182 ZR 3S-FE FWD/4WS Automatic 4 Wheel Steer
E-ST182-BLMVF ST182 GT-R 3S-GE FWD Manual comment
E-ST182-BLPVF ST182 GT-R 3S-GE FWD Automatic comment
E-ST183-BLMVF ST183 GT-R 3S-GE FWD/4WS Manual 4 Wheel Steer
E-ST183-BLPVF ST182 GT-R 3S-GE FWD/4WS Automatic 4 Wheel Steer
E-ST183C-BKMVF ST183 Convertible 3S-GE FWD/4WS Manual 4 Wheel Steer
E-ST183C-BKPVF ST183 Convertible 3S-GE FWD/4WS Automatic 4 Wheel Steer
E-ST183C-BKMVF(G) ST183 Convertible 3S-GE FWD/4WS Manual "Type G" convertible, leather interior
E-ST183C-BKPVF(G) ST183 Convertible 3S-GE FWD/4WS Automatic "Type G" convertible, leather interior
E-ST185-BLMVZ ST185 GT-Four 3S-GTE 4WD Manual Lift back, narrow body
E-ST185H-BLMVZ ST185 GT-Four 3S-GTE 4WD Manual Lift back, wide body
E-ST185H-BLMVZ(R) ST185 GT-Four Rally 3S-GTE 4WD Manual Light weight, lacking luxuries, manual windows
E-ST185H-BLMVZQ ST185 Turbo 4WD 3S-GTE 4WD Manual 260KM speedometer
E-ST185R-BLMQZQ ST185 GrpARallye 3S-GTE 4WD Manual Australian Group A Rallye, Carlos Sainz
E-ST185R-BLMQZG ST185 Turbo 4WD 3S-GTE 4WD Manual Carlos Sainz Limited Edition
E-ST185L-BLMQZG ST185 Turbo 4WD 3S-GTE 4WD Manual Carlos Sainz Limited Edition

RedRkt01
08-29-2008, 04:38 PM
Here it is: http://www.allautos.com.au/Products/Products/tabid/59/CategoryID/1348/Default.aspx
Look right aboce the parts pics and yuo'll see the different Carina model generations. You'll see your earlier statements on the ST150 and ST170 are affirmed.

I feel affirmed as well in that I heard a long time ago that certain 90's Carina models were basically 4 Door Celicas. This ST182 was probably one of them.