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To reset the "OIL CHANGE" light, remove the cover from the switch located below the speedometer. Insert a blunt object and depress the switch.
Cressida, Supra w/ Super Monitor
When "CHECK ENGINE OIL" is displayed on the Super Monitor, press the "SELECT" button below the display until "ENGINE OIL" mode is displayed (unless it already is displayed). Then press and hold the "SET" button until "OK" is displayed.
If it is an injected model, here is the AllData instructions;
CIRCUIT OPENING RELAY (that is what it's called).
On Camry, Celica Corolla RWD and Van models, remove glove box. On Pickup and 4Runner models, remove right kick panel, glove box and speaker. On MR2 models, remove rear luggage compartment trim. On Cressida and 1985---Early 1986 Supra models, remove left kick panel. On Corolla FWD models, remove ECU cover from behind center console. On late 1986---1988 Supra models, remove right side kick panel.
Remove circuit opening relay with wiring from bracket.
Insert voltmeter positive probe into rear of connector at Fp terminal.
Meter should read battery voltage during cranking and while engine is running.
Disconnect electrical connector from relay and measure resistance between terminals.
If relay fails to perform satisfactory, relay is defective.
There is also a main relay on the left side. This will control the ECU
You might check this as well:
most of the time it is on the driver side down low inside the kick panel
to test the pump you jump the two terminals under the hood by the fuse panel, the B+ one and the FP one with a paperclip
i have a 1986 toyota cressida and i have no power at the fuel pump all relays are good and efi fuse is good this one has me stumped have power at pump when cranking and no power once car dies out if anyone has some ideas that would be cool thanks branden
Most of the parts are interchangeable since during this period there were no major changes made to this model. It was upgraded in 85 and the next modified model was made in 88. so its pretty much the same model & since you have blown the engine, anything else that you want to swap, can be done easily
Yes. However it is a very expensive swap $5000 to $8000 to do it right. You will need the 1J or 2J engine, transmission, wiring harness, ecu, and alot of other pieces to do the swap. The engine brackets will need to be modified and you will have to upgrade your brakes. This kind of swap requires a good knowledge of the Toyota Supra and the engines. I do not recommend this swap for a beginner. A cheaper way is to take a 7M-GTE and upgrade the internals and turbo.
if i were you i would try to make the ones from either the mark 3 supra or try the es250.. im trying to get it to work with the supra but i think your best bet is from the lexus es250. they share the same chassis obviously so most parts are interchangeable.