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Re: LOOKING FOR A 1987 TOYOTA MR2 OVER DRIVE SHIFT DETORT...
I think you mean Detent cable :) Try calling Shady Nook Toyota in OKC, OK... 405.769.2911. They have tons of MR2 stuff there and they may be able to help you. Remember that you can have those shipped cheap f they have one. Good Luck!
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clutch master cylinder with reservoir is adjacent to the brake reservoir in the front trunk. Drivers side, about 6 inches more to the side of the car. see http://www.padandwheels.com/mr2/mastercyl/mastercyl.html
Don't listen to that guy, he doesn't know what he's talking about!! I have an 85 Celica with the very same issue. I was told it could be some kind of temperature sensor that may not be working properly. There is a sensor, I was told in the exhaust line that indicates that the car has reached operating temperature and until that sensor is tripped, it will not activate the solenoid that allows overdrive to engage, it could also be that solenoid malfunctioning, or maybe a fuse or the switch that turns on the overdrive malfunctioning.. I would check those things first before you go thinking the trans is having issues.
Open the rear bootlid behind the engine and there are two carpet panels on each side covering the light electrics. they are held in by fastners, push each fastner at the centre to release them. Remove the carpet panel to get access to the brake light. Twist the bulb holder and replace the bulb. Then replace the carpet panels using the fastners.
Did you check the bushings that connect the cables to the trans? They are a popular issue in not letting it change gears, getting stuck, or notchy shifting. They get worn...there are a full brass replacement part for cheap. Hope that helps! let me know.
sounds like that the clutch disk and the pressure plate hasve worn out and they have to be replaced.make sure that the fly wheel is not worped or damaged and if it is it has to be dither machined or replaced