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I have a 2001 Toyota MR2 Spyder with only 55,000 miles. It is completely stock, no mods. Recently it has lost much power and has a rattling noise above 3k rpm. Also it won't rev past 5k. Any ideas?

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Get ECU error codes read at your favorite auto parts store (ask nicely). That should give you a starting point. This is the first thing a dealer would do.

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    Seth Shorba Apr 12, 2015

    I have a scan tool. No codes detected.

  • gbob59 Apr 12, 2015

    My best guess is a fuel supply problem not identified (but unusual) by the error codes.

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