Question about 1991 Toyota MR2
The 1991 MR2 Does not have a Mass Airflow Sensor, lest it be added aftermarket.
So your issue seems like it should be solved by overhauling the engine.
entails cleaning everything out, from the inside to the smallest valve, that will fix it.
Make sure to check all belts (timing, serpentine) for tears or the like, remove the valve cover and check to see if nothing is jammed. If you are not gear savvy, ask a mechanic in your area to come take a look at the engine, there could be something more amiss here than just a faulty valve cover or a stuck valve.
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
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