how do I find out if my 1994 Toyota Celica is a 1.8l or a 2.2l?

Asked by Dec 25, 2018 at 09:37 PM about the 1994 Toyota Celica

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I am putting on brakes on my Celica and wonder if there is a difference in the brake shoes and rotors

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Toyota usually puts it right on the engine "1800=1.8" "2200=2.2" if it is not placed on the engine itself you will want to look for a white tag under the hood. Possibly on the intake in some applications, that will tell you as well. If all that fails call a parts store and give them your vin #, they can tell you

19,410

Call a local dealer and give them the VIN# number.

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