Toyota MR2 Spyder Experts

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Toyota MR2 Spyder Questions

fjt1954
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Anyone Have Electric Window Issues. My Passenger Side Just Stopped

My passenger side window suddenly stopped working anyone have exoerience with this. Friend says probably switch but access to it is going to be interesting in center console. Radio antennae does not w...

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Collin Fingon
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Start

I stored my MR2 spyder like always for the winter. This year I went to start it and it turns and turns and turns but will not fire up. What could it be and how can I try to elimintate possible issue...

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highflyerlcl
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Responsrs Returned

I tried to respond to an inquiry but my response was returned three times. There is no other address for the person except the "anon carguru" one. What can I do? highflyerlcl

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chrisMR2S
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Can This Car Ever Run Again??

I have a 2003 MR2 Spyder with SMT transmission. I need some advice and/or information to rectify the problems I am having with it. The car is in great shape and only done 43,000 miles and I love it ...

775 views with 3 answers (last answer 2 months ago)
yazz97233
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How Do You Remove The Convertible Top Roof Latches To Replace Them. There A...

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Toyota MR2 Spyder Overview

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.