If I'm not mistaken, the Celica wheel is essentially the same thing as the 1998 Supra steering wheel, but with an uglier Toyota logo in the middle (stands out too much). You should ask someone like Curt Aigner for clarification on the parts as he could probably help pretty quickly. I'd be more concerned about retaining cruise control (if that is a priority to you). Good luck.
Just look around. There are people w/ celica upgrading to aftermarket. I got mine for around 200+, I'm not sure though. I personally love the TRD steering wheel. But you can't beat the price for a leather wrapped 3 spoke and still be able to retain the "stock look".
Hey, that looks pretty good! Are there any other OEM wheels out there that might also fit? The Celica wheel looks nice, if someone can writeup something on the procedure for installing it that would be awesome. I am especially concerned about the CC issue. The TRD wheel is sweet but WAY expensive
I have a 2000 celica wheel/bag on my 98 with a trd horn button in place of the toyota logo.For 98 supra it will fit with no problem
but for 93-97 you need the adaptor from curt cost $25.The cruise control arm is different and you have to change the resistors in the new arm for it to work.
You have to watch what year celica bag you use,I think after 2002 they went to a daulstage airbag.
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Ok considering the info. from jam98tt is there anyone out there that have 93-97 with a Celica wheel and where everything is working airbag and cruise cntrl or is there a write up on which resistors and other stuff that have to be changed to get it to work.
I install my 98 streering wheel with airbag on my friends 94.Here is what you do.
Here is what you do,open your 93-97 cruise control arm there are resistors on the board,you can either take the valves of the resistor by matching the resistor color bars with a resistor chart (radioshack) or take a multimeter and measure the resistor.Buy the resistor you need and transplant them on the celica's cruise control arm,now you have cruise control.
Get the airbag adaptor from Curt and you have airbag protection.