Question about 1986 Toyota MR2
Could be a mass air flow sensor problem, or a manifold pressure sensor problem. may have several major vacumn leaks that are used to sense and control fuel injection supply pressure and fuel flow. Might check manifold pressure. Check vacumn. inspect lines. there are several lines on air flow inlet. there are several vacumn control valves also. Would suggest obtaining an emmisions line chart. There is usually a decal showing the hose routing on the vehicle some where in the engine compartment.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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