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Toyota mr2 is the radiator and the electric aerial the same on the Rev3 model and the Rev 2?

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YES THEY ARE THE SAME. EH DOPY SAME CAR MR2 MR2 MR2

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Removing a radiator on a 1991 Toyota MR2


Sorry friend - heading to bed and heading out tomorrow - Try this link and then check the 1991 MR2 Repair Manual - Good Luck
http://manual.teq.org/

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Can i take out a revlimiter on a mark 2 mr2


HKS also makes a fuel cut defencer...( I have one in my 2nd gen mr2)

SLD (Speed Limit Defencer) spacer.gif spacer.gif TheHKS SLD is an electronic device designed to eliminate a vehicle’sfactory speed limiter. When competing on the drag strip or a circuittrack, the factory speed limiter can hinder a vehicle’s performance.The HKS SLD is available in two versions: Type-1 is generally forvehicles equipped with a manual transmission and Type-2 is generallyfor vehicles with automatic transmissions.

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I need to change my thermostat on my 1990 toyota mr2 mk2 but also need pictures too.


Its not fun. If you are a MR2 owner you need the BGB. There are 2 Big Green Books that can be purchased at Toyota.( mechanical and electrical).........or you can use www.mr2-tech.com. The have the step by step procedure on how to do it with pictorial from the BGB. good luck and also go to the MR2board.com and register there. you will find tons of great write ups and tech facts.

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Where can i get arial nylon cog


get on the net to find one or call toyota wreckers,shouldnt be too hard

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A/c cooling fan for my 88 mr2 non turbo wont turn


Sounds like the condensor fan relay is "sticking" - you are sure this is the condensor fan, and not the radiator cooling fan? As electric radiator cooling fans often run after the car is turned off - this is normal - If you are sure it is the condensor fan and it is on with the AC off - Id bet it was the relay responsible (versus the AC control unit) - Locate and remove the relay - if you have a comparable one you can substitue (Make 100% sure it uses the same plug and wiring schematic) and try that - if it now works properly you can try to locate one at your parts store....Hope that helps some....DD

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My 1986 toyota mr2 keeps heating up past 210. i put a new thermastat in and nothing.


Be sure that the fan is moving enough air across the radiator and be sure the radiator is clear of any debris. If it is and you're sure the system is full of coolant, have the radiator rodded out or replaced. This is most likely the issue. Hope this helps, good luck!

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Engine won't rev


system to lean means that there is not enough gas getting into the system try checking fuel filter and fuel injectors that should help you there hope everything works out

Jul 06, 2009 | 2000 Toyota MR2 Spyder

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1991 mr2 rev 2. car sways left to right at 80 mph


Clunking? Probably one or both wheel bearings. Dude, that car is like UNSAFE to drive!! Jack the rear of the car up and yank on the wheel. If it moves the bearings are bad. Pull in and out and also pry up and down with a bar. Check for broken or bent rear suspension parts, or just plain worn out bushings.

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