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I am fitting new stem seals on my toyota mr2 turbo 1994 *** inport . the seals i have got are green and blue so what one goes on the exhaust stem .

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What is the brand of gasket set do you have, it should be printed on the contents what seal goes where. Or call the tech line for the mfg of the gasket set.

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