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1991 mr2 swerves at high speeds around 70mph and up. It feels like it is coming from the rear of the car.

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Where is the tranny dip stick on the 1991 MR2 5SFE 2.2 5speed located?


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On the second generation MR2 and MR2 Turbo (1991 through 1995 USA, and 1991 through 1999 for the rest of the world), it is on the FRONT side of the engine, between the engine and the rear firewall of the cabin area. It is the right side of the car.

Apr 06, 2014 | 1991 Toyota MR2

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How do I add transmission oil (std. tranny) on MR2 1991


Turbo (E153) and Non-Turbo (S54) transmissions have the fill bolt on tranny facing the firewall to the cabin. Youll have to jack the rear of the car up.

Drain bolt is near the the driver side axle input.

It is advised to remove filler bolt before drain bolt in case drain gets stripped etc.

Use a longer hose with funnel from the top to fill

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Feb 10, 2014 | 1991 Toyota MR2

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Hi I have just now noticed the MR2.Former Jeep owner but now have fallen for the MR2's 1991-1993 models.Cant drive a stick anymore so what concerns do the automatic transmissions have ? Any differences...


Hello, and welcome to FixYa. Please allow me to assist you.

The MR2 auto transaxles are very reliable units. Just change the ATF with the correct fluid every 30,000 miles. If it has high mileage, 90 + K miles, and is a dirty colour, I'd recommend a transmission flush. This will remove all of the dirty fluid from the system.

The MR2 non-turbo was a fun car, and had very few comon failures.

Try to stay away from the turbo cars, the turbos are know to fail, and the parts and labour to replace the turbo is very expensive.

The MR2s are rather quirky when it comes to servicing the cooling system, you have to bleed the air out. The necessary procedure is in the owner's manual, or online.

Other than those items, the MR2 is a very decent and reliable car. A little noisy, with the engine right behind you, but, that is part of the fun.

Thanks for choosing FixYa for assistance.

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High emissions on Peugeot 1.9 306 turbo diesel No smoke coming out but lacks power


suspect a blocked catalytic converter...lightly tap on it. listen for debris falling, put you hand in front of the rear exhaust pipe to see if the pressure feels fairly forceful...cats are expensive...check a locally trusted mechanic if you suspect that it is bad....some times he has a good used one lying around....also if the engine has'nt been seriously tuned lately....then have it done FIRST!!! hope this is helpful

Mar 06, 2010 | 1991 Peugeot 405

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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.

Jun 30, 2009 | 1991 Toyota MR2

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High idle 1990 mr2


Do you have a check engine light?
Do you have a NA or a Turbo?
Have you checked the air box and or air meter to see if critters have moved in?
Have you checked the Idle air bypass valve?
Have you Joined the MR2OC.com and used the online big green book to troubleshoot?

Jun 06, 2009 | 1991 Toyota MR2

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I dont know to how many degrees before dead center to set my cars timing?


your timing should be set at 10 degrees with the TE1 and E1 pins jumped in the diagnostic connector located under the hood (should be set at idle speed)

May 31, 2009 | 1991 Toyota MR2

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Engine revving problem


Sounds like your idle speed is way too high, should be somewhere around 800-1200 rpms. I would check for vacuum leaks.

May 18, 2009 | 1991 Toyota MR2

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Mr2 1991


.044 plug gap.
Use NGK iridium plugs as you do not have to gap them and they last 100K miles.
Most regular NGK come pre-gapped, It never hurts to check though

May 17, 2009 | 1991 Toyota MR2

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Toyota mr2 1991


The catylitic converter is clogged. It needs replaced on it will be fine.

Mar 12, 2009 | 1991 Toyota MR2

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