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Yes it does. It bolts right in and the airbag plugs right in. The only thing you need to do is use YOUR cruise control connector pigtail (the part that plugs in to your clockspring) and YOUR clockspring itself. It's only 2 or 3 wires to solder and they all match up in colors - self-explanatory. With that said, you should be able to use these steering wheels in the same way.
98 Supra (this is the one I used, it's the same shape and diameter as the Celica/Corolla except it doesn't have the plastic garnish).
I think you can use later year ones for the Celicas and Corollas, just not 100% sure. I'd hate to see someone buy one and not be able to plug it in or use it. I've also noticed the Rav4 steering wheel is very very similiar to the Supra, just not sure about the spline and connectors on this one either...
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