Question about 1992 Toyota MR2
Pull the fuel tank and flush it out with clean fuel also flush the fuel system (replace fuel filter) and install fresh fuel, the injectors will likely be ok, the fuel pump is another question, make sure it is providing pressure.
Posted on Jun 29, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I also have a 96 camery, and have had problems when it was damp, it would not run well. It did start, but did not run well. You mentioned that you had changed the distributer. If you have not changed the rotor too, that is more than likely your problem. The extreme high voltage that todays cars have makes it easy for the ignition spark to jump a couple of inches. If there is a rust line, a crack with moisture or what ever, the electricity will follow the path of least resistance. If you have any WD-40, spray it around on the rotor, distributer cap, and top of the coil. It should start, as this displaces the water. If you can watch it in the dark, you may see fire jumping around the coil, or distributor cap. I hope this solves your mistry!
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
SOURCE: 1993 toyota mr2 non turbo
The parking brake is adjusted by a small cable located underneath the plastic shield panels on the underside of the car. The bolts will often snap when removing them. If the parking brake is not working well it may be time to replace the cables as they are prone to stretching and freezing. You can get them through rock auto "www.rockauto.com" or at a toyota dealer. Have someone with a lift change them. It should cost no more than $250 to have it done at a garage. There is also a possibility that the calipers are malfunctioning and not adjusting properly, but this is also... best verified and addressed by a garage.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
Sorry to tell you that your problem is YOU have a Head gasket blowen OR a Cracked head, either way you have to remove the head and take it away for Crack testing and surface grind (max 4 thou) no more.
If all ok when done replace with new VRS and refill with coolant (but turn on the heater to hot before filling to remove all AIR
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
Sounds like you have a bad one-way check valve in the fuel pump. It is not serviced seperatly. A replacement fuel pump might be your answer.
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
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