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DanteDemont
02-12-2013, 06:49 PM
I'm not sure it's a 1992 Celica, but they have different types like Toyota Celica ST182, ST184, ST185 GT4, AT180
Ect...

How do I find this out?
Possibly take the Vin number to Advance Auto Parts an have them look it up?

Car_Barn_Bandit
02-12-2013, 06:57 PM
For North America 1990-1993:


It's a ST184 regardless if it's a coupe, hatchback in the GT, or GTS. (2.2 L 5SFE motor)

It's an AT180 if it's an ST (1.6L 4AFE motor)

It's a ST185 if it's an Alltrac (2.0L 3SGTE motor)

For International, in addition to the above:


It's called a ST182 for the GT-i, GTS-i, GT-R S-R or Z-R (2.0L 3SGE, non-turbo)

It's a ST183 for any of the 4WS, 4-wheel steering (2.0L 3SGE)

It's a GT-Four on a ST205 body for the 1994-1999 AWD Celica (2.0L 3SGTE)

The ST185 is known as the GT-Four internationally along with Alltrac, both referring to all-wheel drive. I do believe there were a few Group A editions of the Alltrac in North America that were officially badged GT-Four.

Flux
02-13-2013, 05:17 AM
Pop your hood and check the firewall right behind the intake manifold.
Should say one of the codes CBB posted.

Murgatroy
02-13-2013, 01:36 PM
You have an ST184 Celica GT.

It has the 5SFE engine in it.

DanteDemont
02-13-2013, 01:46 PM
Thanks for the help Guys, your right.
I checked yesterday, this helps with ordering certain Parts.