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How to remove and replace a new cylinder head on a mr2

I need to remove and replace my cylinder head but dont have a manaul for my car so do not now how

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Www.mr2-tech.com This site has the big green book. Or you can buy them from Toyota for about 60 each..... Body/mechanical. good luck friend!

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Check all the wiring connections that you loosened or took off when you removed the head. something is loose or disconnected ,eg., ground wires .
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Did you try spraying starting-fluid in the intake, see if the engine runs for a little bit.
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When changing a valve cover gasket, does the cylinder head gasket have to be changed at the same time.


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