Simple....Take the tail lights out and replace the seals. If you want to take the cheap way out, use a weather stripping that is a little thicker than the thikness of the seal on the light. Remove the old seals. Put the stripping around the cavity in the body or the light its self. Place the ends together at the bottom, BUT make sure they fit tight agaist eachother.Use one piece as a continuous loop around the surface(DO NOT make repeditive cuts)Hope that helps.
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I've been working on a solution to the Supra's brake light water-collecting problem. After buying some new taillights I was inspecting them and noticed the design of them is like a water-collecting container! They have several holes (vents maybe?) in the top of each one but no holes in the bottom, like a bucket for holding water. Before I put my new taillights in, I am drilling small holes across the bottom-rear of the taillight housing, in the black plastic part. These should act as drainage holes. I am also going to put Duct Tape over the holes in the top to prevent the water from draining in. But if some does get in anyway, the bottom holes should hopefully drain it out and down the metal of the body behind the taillight, hopefully on the outside.
The trunk's spare tire area is equipped with holes for a similar drainage-purpose, but they come plugged with big rubber stoppers. I also keep those out to drain any water that may collect... similar principles.
What about it?
its a ct26
1989 supra turbo 5 speed is = to 1985 300zx turbo 5 speed?
The fuel filter on a 1989 Toyota Supra is located just below the fuel tank along the vehicle's frame. It is positioned inline and must be replaced periodically.
Make sure the bulbs are inserted correctly, if o/k look for wiring issues. A common cause is a recent trailer harness installation or repair.
If they are square, YES!. If they are round, NO!. In 1989, Toyota did a mid year crossmember/engine mount change. The square ones will fit '86 to '89. The round ones will fit '89 to '92.
Computer is set for premium,and it performs much better on premium.I have a supra turbo tried both, went back to premium better mileage and performance.
Not my instructions - but I have used them, and they are correct (can't verify strut part # though). http://gallery.sanitylapse.com/v/supra/Hatch+Strut+Install+5-29-05/DSC_2385.jpg.html
High Water - 1989 was released on: USA: 1989
On the outside both of them are on the molding. On the inside the switch is on the left and looks like a windshield wiper switch.
passenger side under glove box remove small panel and is located in fuse block.
firing order for 7mge & 7mgte is 1 5 3 6 2 4
It has a total of 4 seats, but the back are VERY small. I don't even use them, and a carseat(kids) will Not fit.
The illumination of the dash during the daytime is at full brightness, normal. When the head lamps and such are turned on the brightness of the dash illumination is overridden by the dimmer. Turn the dimmer up. Usually rotation of the headlight knob will do the trick. Now if you have an electronic dimmer then it may have failed and will require replacement. Obviously the illumination works so the issue is the night time configuration of the lighting through the dimmer.
If what you are talking about is the small cylinder shaped one, just push in the round recessed button on top with a pen or something.
Check the air cleaner element, and replace if dirty. Replace the fuel filter.
Anything is possible if you have enough money, so yes. but you'd probably have to convert your car to rwd which is expensive.
Yes, but a 7m-ge W58 bellhousing and a 7m-ge W58 flywheel will be required. There are also differences in the throwout bearings, make sure to get the correct one for the pressure plate you will be using. www.driftmotion.com
there was no 1989 vigor..acura
You simply need........ TO GET A LIFE!!! And T.P is a bender... just for the record ^Whoever typed that is a dumb jackass. Yes the 2jz drops right in some people use 1jz heads on a 2jz block but its not proven to make a difference and its only convenient if you have a 1jz just lying around. the 2jz swap can be expensive though check out some of the supra forums online they're very helpful
Getting It Right - 1989 is rated/received certificates of: Sweden:Btl UK:15 USA:R West Germany:12
Thames Water ended in 1989.
Getting It Right - 1989 was released on: USA: May 1989 (Seattle International Film Festival) USA: 5 May 1989 France: 13 May 1989 (Cannes Film Festival) Soviet Union: July 1989 (Moscow Film Festival) Switzerland: August 1989 (Vevey International Festival of Comedy Films) (French speaking region) Sweden: 27 October 1989
YOU SAID THAT, BY PASS IT, IDENTIFY TE LINE COMING FROM THE STARTER SWITCH AND SEND A STRAIGHT LINE(wire) to the SAME WIRE SIGNAL FOR THE STARTER. I DID IT ALREADY