behind the fan to the back right side aprroximately 2 feet under the alternator of the supra is all stock
check your front suspension spring
The fifth speaker is in the dash near the center console
The Toyota Celica Supra Turbo was first introduced in 1982 in Japan. Toyota dropped the Celica part of the name in 1986. The original version pulled 145 hp and a more powerful version with 160 hp was introduced the following year.
you will have to make considerable mods use the intake from the 1982 supra alot of times you don't have to change the distributor or the igniter. if you find a 82 supra your bes bet is to buy the whole car
Inside on the left panel where your left foot is when driving. A second set of fuses are under the hood and clearly labeled on the black plastic cover.
Most speedometers are run off of the transmission. Something was not correctly put together.
I have an 82 300sd and the speedometer is electrical
1982 Toyota pin-out connections to alternator?
If you have Toyota wipers now, the easiest way is to just replace the rubber inserts (refills). The Toyota PN are A450 and A350... since they are different lengths (common for 82-85 Supras and a few other Toyota models). The insert just slides in the esixting wiper frame. Hope this helps
1982 Toyota PU timing belt or chain
Toyota Vista was created in 1982.
Toyota Camry was created in 1982.
Toyota MasterAce was created in 1982.
Try the Haynes Repair Manual for Toyota Pickups and 4Runner '79 thru '95. This is available at most auto parts stores such as Autozone or O'Rielly's.
There is not an odometer cable. The odometer is driven by the speedometer. If the odometer is not working then you will have to replace the speedometer head.
Slave cylinderTry autozone.com, they have a free repair guide online. I've used it many times on a 93 Toyota and it does have information back to 1982. heck, it even has overhaul procedures. they call the slave a "release" cylinder. hope this helps, and good luck with your yota.
pull the dash apart. behind the speedometer you will see the cable. it connects to the transmission.
turn it into a bomber car or whatever the class is that's pretty much taking a stock car and gutting it and putting a cage in it...and race it on a dirt circle track! that's what im doing with one i found in the junk yard
bolt pattern on a 1982 Corolla is 4x4.5
Sounds like the cable needs to be lubricated
Haynes makes a repair manual for the 1982 Suzuki DR250. The book can be purchased at auto parts and major book stores.
Look at the left side of the front axle. There should be a cable running there between the lower leg of the fork and the hub of the wheel. That's the speedometer cable. The other end should be connected to the back of the speedometer.