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95 Celica 1.8 Bad Piston

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#1 Puddle jumper

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  • First Name:Brandon
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  • Toyota Model: Celica st
  • Year: 1995
  • Location: Other/NonUK

Posted 25 February 2012 - 12:40 AM

Hello new to the site and pulling a engine on a Toyota . Pretty mechanical inclined with a v-8 but not with this thing, I'm lost !! What is the best way to go about replacing the rings and piston on cylinder number 1... I don't what to completely do the whole motor because I bought the car for 400 5 years ago and it's not worth it just want it to run good again.. I did a compression test and got . 60-180-180-180 it only has 135,000 and I heard they go for a lot longer. So do I pull the engine or can I do it in the car?

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