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I know I have a problem with the key fob battery at the moment but the central lock button on the centre of the dash locks but doesn't unlock the car. Is there a switch problem or is this a fob problem? at the moment the fob locks but doesn't unlock and when i use the central locking keep I've got to move the child locks on the door and even then the passenger one doesn't work with that. I assume on the passenger I need a new actuator.
Anyone know a fix to this?
Hey I'm new here and I am selling my 2005 Toyota Celica GT. has 57,000 miles and the ad is up on Piston Heads. http://www.pistonheads.com/classifieds/used-cars/toyota/celica/toyota-celica-mk7-vvtl-i-gt----------------2005/5729656?v=c message or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
By Celica owner Tony
1999 in Brilliant red. Only covered 27200 miles with full service history, mainly from main dealer. A huge file full of invoices and past MOTs. This car has always been kept garaged and used as a second car. I have owned her for a year and completed some work to bring her up to showroom condition. Everything works as it should do. Great interior with the leather in fine condition with no signs of wear and tear. Totally original. The car is up for £7295 in Auto trader and I'm offering a 5% discount for being a toyota owners club member so the price you would get this beauty for is £6931
i will be selling her with 12 months MOT and a full service.
Treat yourself to the best uk example of this much cherished vehicle
Letting my '02 Celica go. She's needing a lot of work - disc brakes and pipes and eventually a new clutch - and I'm not longer need a car for getting to work. Any ideas what I should be asking, price-wise? Not looking for a lot but don't particularly want to give the car away.