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Toyota MR2 Spyder Questions

CLARSEN
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Can I Add Pictures After My Car Has Been Listed?

Am in the process of listing my car and haven't uploaded pictures yet. Can I still add pictures?

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Haugur
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I`m Getting No Preassure To My Hydraulics On The Clutch.

I took out the engine, had it rebuild. In the process i unscrewed the hydraulics hose on the slave pump, lost all the fluids and now the clutch pedal generates no preassure at all (a bit), is down to ...

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JDtoy
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Smt Caution Before Engine Removal.

Before engine removal, repair manual says about smt transaxle: "SMT: REDUCE ACCUMLATOR PRESSURE (See page DI–3)". But page DI-3 is missing. Who can help?

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TKK
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I Have Contacted A Private Owner Three Times And Am Highly Interested In He...

Vehichle has transmission issues and I have priced havign it shipped to TN from FL. Not sure if this person even has the car, check message, do I just give up?

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Debbie Brown
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Switching Out The Off Market Steering Wheel

I just purchased a 2002 MR2 Spyder. Some one took the steering Wheel off and put a after market one on. Of course, it has no air bag or horn besides being harder to drive. Has anyone worked on the ste...

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About the Toyota MR2 Spyder

The Toyota MR2 Spyder was introduced in 2000 as an incarnation of the MR2, which was discontinued in 1995. The Spyder had striking looks and with its lightweight body, mid-mounted engine, and rear-wheel drive, the Spyder was a favorite among those who love to drive.

The MR2 Spyder resembles the Porche Boxster that was released a few years earlier. Though named the MR-S in Japan, Toyota thought that in America drivers would not buy a car named "Mrs.," so they changed the S to the "Spyder" designation.

The MR2 Spyder is popular for racing, with most racers swapping out the engine for a more powerful version. There are also turbo-charged Spyders on the racing circuit.

The MR2, along with the Celica, was discontinued in 2005 due to slow sales and increased competition.