According to the Toyota Shop Manual (a.k.a. the Big Green Book) the gap for a new spark plug shoud be 0.8 mm (0.031 in.). The maximum gap allowed is listed at 1.0 mm (0.039 in.)
what is the sparkplug gap on a 1987 toyota corrola?
I did this on my 2002 Toyota MR2 Spyder. This can all be done with a 10 mm socket and driver, a spark plug gap adjuster, anti seize grease, and a spark plug socket 1. Remove the negative battery cable 2. Remove the plastic cover (2 10 mm bolts and 2 plastic fasteners) 3. Remove bolts holding spark plug cover 4. Pull off electric quick disconnects by squeezing clip gently 5. Remove plactic brace holding the wires down (1 10mm nut and 1 10 mm bolt) 6. Remove coil over packs over the spark plugs 7. Remove spark plug using 5/8 spark plug socket 8. Adjust new spark plug gap to .044 9. Apply anti seize grease to spark plug treads and screw in plugs 10. reassemble
yes if its not the turbo ver
The second gen mr2 turbo came with a single turbo, the later engines where reffered to as having twin entry. Simply put, this means two lines of air travle into a single turbo, to reduce air stall at low speeds
The 3SGTE motor is completely different from the 4AGE or 3A motor, simple answer is no.
130hp for the normally aspirated engine (non turbo) and 200hp for the turbo engine.
Why would you want to put one of the crappiest engines in a mr2 that v6 is only rated to about 190 hp for a v6 ?? Thats hella slow while the 3sgte, the turbo mr2 motor pushes about 220 stock and its a 2.0 liter !! 4 cylinder ! Swap that instead and its a plug and play swap
Under the air conditioning pump, to the right (looking forward from the rear) & slightly below your turbo housing.
well the reason my coil was not getting power on my 85 mr2 was cuz the timing belt snaped
ofcourse they do, they blow on any engine
Take the trans out, the clutch is inside the trans ^_^
14mm or 13mm
If someone is looking to purchase the Toyota MR2 Turbo model, they are going to have to buy a used model because the car was discontinued in 2007. Used auto dealerships, eBay Motors and classified ads are the best bet.
On the second generation MR2 and MR2 Turbo (1991 through 1995 USA, and 1991 through 1999 for the rest of the world), it is on the FRONT side of the engine, between the engine and the rear firewall of the cabin area. It is the right side of the car.
its located above the passenger fuse box next to the clutch the top relay above the 3 other relays.
by using mods and engien parts
You're only limited by the amount of work you want to put into the car. With some modification I have seen the motor from an Audi R8 in a first generation MR2
You can fit a turbocharger to almost any internal combustion engine if you have the expertise and the equipment. If it makes sense to do so is an entirely different question.
The MKII MR2 Bolt Pattern in 5X114.3 mm. This is a Ford pattern converted to metric. I don't know why Toyota would do this, but it is what it is. For more information follow this link: http://www.toyota-mr2-turbo-performance-parts.com/wheels-lug-nuts-bolt-pattern.html
It depends on your driving record and insurance company. It also depends on weather or not you have the turbo model, and your state.
v6 turbo charged aircooled, rated at 265 hp. if this helps, I own a custom Toyota Mr2
Size Group 35, available at most major autoparts stores and WalMart, etc
Between 5.7 to 7.4 secs upwards from turbo to na dependant on version.
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