Question about 1985 Toyota MR2
There are many solutions but I suggest simply adjusting the idle screw on the throttle body for now. Looking at the car, follow the from the air filter box (driver side in engine bay). You will follow a large black tube up to the engine. Where it becomes metal is the throttle body. Look for a large flathead screw in a hole facing directly upwards towards the trunk on this. Adjust it counter clockwise to increase idle, clockwise to lower idle.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
If your mechanically inclined, this will be easy and in-expensive. Check all co2 sensors and the in-take air sensor. In-take air linkage may need adjustment. If your not mechanically inclined, I recommend you take the car in to a dealership for a OBD analysis.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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