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for the air conditioner compressor, or the blower motor in the car? I have info on these cars as they are the only race cars that I build, and drive, currently have my own personal 89 7mgte with stock turbo.
britty1411: According to Toyota
API: SG multigrade or better. 10W-30 above 0 f
Personally I put Castrol 10W-30 GTX in most of my customer cars unless they want to go synthetic.
Use a good quality oil filter.
The intake valve guide seals are worn and are letting oil slip by under high engine vacuum--as when you let up on the gas. The only fix is to take the cylinder head off and replace the valve guide seals. This problem is pretty normal for an older car with high mileage. It will probably run just fine. Just keep checking the oil level and keep it topped up.
This is knows as the "bird cage" by most MK3 owners. it's the coolant warning light. It means that either you don't have enough coolant in the system, or that your sensor has gone bad. I recently buoght my 2d MK3 Supra. Both have been 5 spd Turbo. This warning light is a simple fix. If you have any other questions about teh car please visit Supraforums.com They are very knowledgeable about any year Supra there. It's jut a community of Supra owners who will help each other out and give advice on repairing/upgrading. It will really help you learn a lot about your Supra.