Toyota Corolla: Sporty and Stylish
In 1971 Toyota produced the Celica in order to provide the public with vehicle some had been clamoring for: Toyota’s version of a sports car. Operating off a 4-cylinder engine, the Celica nonetheless managed to provide its customers with speedy car with style to boot. The early cars featured two doors, although in 1980 Toyota released a 4-door model, called the Toyota Celica Camry. The Camry, of course, soon was developed into a separate line for Toyota. Toyota pulled the last Camry off the line in 2006.
If your Toyota Celica starting to overheat due to a problem with the radiator, it may be due just as much to wear-and-tear on the radiator than due to some other mechanical issue, as the ‘newest’ models are actually over eight years old. The passage of time and normal use of the car can make your engine run hotter than it did when you drove your Celica for the first time. Your radiator may have developed a small leak somewhere, causing you to lose coolant. A faulty thermostat or water pump may cause the radiator to fail to work properly, increasing the heat levels throughout your engine. These problems are serious to the health of your car, and may lead to a decision to replace the radiator altogether.
With over 200 locations nationwide, we maintain a solid inventory of Toyota Celica radiators from 1971 through 2005 production years. We even have a same-day delivery guarantee for your radiator and other parts you may need to get your Celica back out on the road.
We are here to help you locate the auto radiator you need for a reasonable price to enable you to get your vehicle rolling down the interstate as quickly as possible. Don’t let a busted radiator keep your from enjoying your upcoming road trips.