You also need the brake pedal. The cluster harness does not need to be changed the manual engine harness will plug into your car depending on the year of the donor car. On removing dash components the lower portions (and center console) have to come off anyway to make space for cutting/drilling. Removing interior bits is 50x easier than the rest of the job!
You need all the clutch hydraulic lines Toyota doesn't have this stuff anymore the master cylinder is available new
The slave cylinder is super easy to rebuild a 2 minute job.
Oh dang, I'll just wait for another car to drift in at some point haha, this drained my current budget for the time being.
I'll have to grab the brake pedal and hydraulic lines whenever one floats into the yard. Do you have a picture of what the lines look like and route to though? There was only one line going to the master cylinder and routing into the slave, is it that? There's also a part available on rockauto says for oem part # (9093101047, 9093101055, 9093101063, 9094702597)
And what's the difference in brake pedal?
Also grabbed the little rubber piece that holds the shift cables, will make lining up a cutting spot much easier haha.
Will have to definitely wait for another car tho since this one was missing bits here and there, and the clutch pedal seems to have been replaced at some point as well. Missing some rubber pieces on the pedal.
But yeah taking off the lower part of the dash made everything so much easier haha.
Now I just need to grab a transmission long with the pedal, master cylinder and hydraulic lines at some point.
What's the code for the 5 speed on these cars, s53? I'm assuming the Celica has the same transmission that can be used, any other cars though, besides the Camry?
Again, thanks for the help, it's made things much easier 😄