just get a 6bolt 4g63t have to get the wiring harness transmission ecu it's just best to buy a tsi/gsx/gst you'll spend to much money on it
best way to go to parts store and buy a chilton repair manual $20 and it will walk you right through it
A person can purchase a used eagle talon at most used car dealers that you can find by searching for a used car dealership around a town or city. The person may want to search multiple areas for the best deal.
It would be best if you let a pro install it as every crank has to be lined up for proper timing.
get some royal purpal. 5w 30 or 10w 40... eithers fine.
its not hard but time consuming best way to do this is to go get a chilton repair manual it will walk you through it
From all the research I have done on the Talon I would say it should match up perfect. the 1990-1994 models are all the same. Your best bet would be to get the part, test fit it, and then install it.
You are only slightly right, in the states there was the 7MGTE (single turbo) from 86.5-92..... then the 2jz came about in the mk4 which had the TT option later on. but to answer the ? about the twin turbo supra in 1992 they made a TT model in japan the engine code is 1JZGTE it is a 2.5ltre twin turbo 87-92 which in my opinion is and awesome motor , they also had the 7mgte in earlier models of the mk3 the 1992 supra came with a single turbo and not a twin turbo. the twin turbo came to-be a year later in the 1993 MKIV generation supra.
You can't, unless you try to take the panels off and find where the cable is. Your best option would be to go to a mechanic, they will be able to do it for you.
i recommend building your own go to Autozone etc and ask them what to do and what to get. it is cheaper if u build it , rather than buying a kit
The best thing about CEL's is that they can point you in the right direction for repairs. Even though your light does not stay on, it's likely the computer has thrown a code to the memory. To find where to start on repairs, run the codes.
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