Toyota MR2 Supercharged Mr2 Fuel Injectors

The following special service procedures must be observed when replacing fuel injectors on supercharged MR2 engines (4A–GZE). Fuel Injectors are color coded according to flow rate and matched to the engine at the assembly plant. Note: All four injectors installed on the engine must be of the same color coding. If replacement is necessary, replace …

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Toyota MR2 Supercharger Oil Maintenance Information

Special maintenance procedures required for checking or replenishing the oil level of the super- charger assembly installed on the MR2 with 4A–GZE engine are as follows: Maintenance Interval Supercharger oil level should be checked every 30,000 miles (48,000 km) or 36 months. Supercharger Oil Inspection Procedures (See page 2 of this TSB) Production Effective From …

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Toyota Suspension Ball Joint Inspection

Applicable Vehicles 1989 – 1992 model year Cressida vehicles. 1989 – 1998 model year Supra vehicles. 2001 – 2003 model year Highlander vehicles. 1995 – 2003 model year Avalon vehicles. 1989 – 2003 model year Camry / Camry Solara vehicles. 1985 – 2003 model year MR2 vehicles. 1990 – 2003 model year Celica vehicles. 2001 …

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Toyota Torque Converter Mounting Bolts

Care should be taken when removing the torque converter mounting bolts so they are separated and not mixed with similar bolts. When installing an automatic transmission assembly (remanufac- tured, new or dealer rebuilds) it is CRITICAL that the application and installation of the correct Torque Converter Mounting Bolts be used when mounting the Torque Converter …

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Toyota Transmission Cooler Flushing

CONDITION: When installing a remanufactured transmission, a new transmission, or overhauling the transmis- sion, it is CRITICAL that you flush all contamination from the transmission cooler lines and cooler. CAUSE: The contamination is residue from worn and failed transmission components from the vehicle’s original transmission. This contamination will greatly effect the performance and durability of …

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