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You have to register (free) but the 2000 Celica repair manuals are posted online in 2 PDF's - and a parts manual to boot:
http://newcelica.org/forums/showthread.php?t=216130

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the links on New Celica are not working for me (could just be really out of date). could someone email these documents to me? thanks.

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the links on New Celica are not working for me (could just be really out of date). could someone email these documents to me? thanks.

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Try this link to a PDF file for the 2000 Celica repair manual: http://www.newcelica.org/other/techn...ls/volume2.pdf
Just make sure you are reading the instructions for the 2ZZ and 6-speed trans. because the 1ZZ drive train is included as well.
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The nice searchable PDF version of the Celica manuals that were posted at newcelica.org have moved. The three referenced files are now at the following links:

Celica Repair Manual Vol.1
Celica Repair Manual Vol.2
Part List

How did I find their new location? I did a search on Google for the file name. It turns out the domain changed from .com to .org. That was the only difference in the path from the old location to the new one.
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The nice searchable PDF version of the Celica manuals that were posted at newcelica.org have moved. The three referenced files are now at the following links:

Celica Repair Manual Vol.1
Celica Repair Manual Vol.2
Part List

How did I find their new location? I did a search on Google for the file name. It turns out the domain changed from .com to .org. That was the only difference in the path from the old location to the new one.
Thank you for posting links to the new locations, exactly what I needed.

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The nice searchable PDF version of the Celica manuals that were posted at newcelica.org have moved. The three referenced files are now at the following links:

Celica Repair Manual Vol.1
Celica Repair Manual Vol.2
Part List

How did I find their new location? I did a search on Google for the file name. It turns out the domain changed from .com to .org. That was the only difference in the path from the old location to the new one.

Thanks for this, I'll update the link on the first post.
I'll see if there is a way to update the techdoc toyota europe link, they must be around there somewhere as well.

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Does anyone have the Toyota part numbers for the gearbox of the Lotus Exige 2006 NA version ? My third gear is broken and the synchromeshes also.
I have the part numbers of Lotus but I want the Toyota numbers so I can order them by a Toyota dealer
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Great--the links from ChrisH still work.

Can a mod add this to the uberpost on where to download manuals? It mentions the LCU one but not for the 2zz. Thanks.

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