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post #1 of 55 (permalink) Old February 25th, 2004, 00:09 Thread Starter
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How-to Links...

Courtesy of user drew's toyo from board.mr2faq.com

I know there are a few on mr2.com but that is so outdated. if any of you know a couple sites with how to's (with pics if possible)post them here. i know a few

Installing an HKS turbo timer (type 1):
http://www.deepstaged.net/hks_turbo_timer_install.htm

Various How To's: apexi intake/rewiring fog lights/springs & struts/greddy catch can etc etc:
http://www.turbomr2.com/MR2/HowTo/MR2HowTo.htm


MBC install (thanks to the guys at twos r us) best site to buy MBC.
http://twosrus.com/new/Lower_Frames/...structions.PDF

Installing 3 way speaker pods.
http://www.imoc.co.uk/users/upload/3...ker%20Pods.pdf

Various How to's: Water injection/WB02 sensor/HKS EVC (thanks to ricky B at MRcontrols.)

http://www.mrcontrols.com/installs/install.htm

more various (and very useful) how to's: (thanks to Pat S) Timing belt change/coolant flush/exhaust/vavle cover gasket etc etc

http://www.mrtwo.net/mr2modproject/mr2modproject.htm

Pivot headlight controller install how to:

http://www.next-gear.com/tim/pivot/pivot.html


How to make your own clear side markers out of the stock ones:
http://www.mr2gts.fsnet.co.uk/mod/Cl...ters/index.htm

here is a cool do it yourself oil catch can how to for those on a budget:

http://www.angelfire.com/sc/cosmo/MR2_PCV2.html

and of course....Billwoots $8 FCD black box how to:

http://toymr2.tripod.com/fcd.html

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Originally posted by drew's toyo

here is another one for water injection.....
http://www.redmr2.com/mr2/water.htm

*Most of the next ones come from IMOC UK
http://www.imoc.co.uk/technical/howt...kecablemk2.htm
I put direct links the the ones i thought were most common and had good pictures to help.

How to VIDEO for removing the dash:
http://www.imoc.co.uk/users/upload/M...CONS_250ks.wmv

How to reset the ECU:
http://www.imoc.co.uk/technical/howto/ResetECU.htm

How to replac rear shocks:
http://www.imoc.co.uk/technical/howto/Mk2RearShocks.htm

How to upgrade to 94+ taillights
http://mr2.noegruts.com/t-lights/install.htm

How to install Sill Plates:
http://mr2.noegruts.com/sills/sills.htm

How to fix squaky power steering:
http://www.imoc.co.uk/technical/howt...kysteering.htm

How to replace tranny fluid with MT-90
http://mr2.noegruts.com/mt-90/mt-90.htm

How to replace handbrake cable.....(powerpoint)
http://www.imoc.co.uk/technical/howt...kecablemk2.htm

how to replace the gear linkage:
http://www.imoc.co.uk/technical/howt...linkagemk2.htm

How to change Distributor cap and rotor: (need adobe acrobat reader.)
http://www.imoc.co.uk/users/upload/C...t-Dizzy-v2.pdf

Originally posted by kblake
Several How-To Articles:

http://www.koracing.net/technical/index.html
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Originally posted by brianlp

High and Tight bushing install:

Front:
http://community.webshots.com/album/68085376RbZmlG

Rear:
http://community.webshots.com/album/70253845SYdksy


Originally posted by abc

heres one: http://cybrina.mine.nu/MR2_Docs/mr2_frames.htm
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post #4 of 55 (permalink) Old February 26th, 2004, 18:43 Thread Starter
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Originally posted by adampad

Great Idea.

MR2 Speedo fix: http://www.stephenmason.com/cars/mr2speedo.html

These aren't really MR2 specific but good stuff none the less.

Homemade Octane Booster: http://www.vtr.org/maintain/gasoline-octane.html

How to read your spark plugs:
http://sportbikeguy.com/garage/floor/plugread.html
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thank you rojgonz...I have some more how to's on my other computer. I will try and post them as well.
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Drew,
Your Welcome & yes, keep'em coming...
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i remember i found a how-to fix a loose side view mirror but i cant find that anymore. can sumone point me in the rite direction?
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thanks for the info! great help.
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Could someone do a how to on installing boost and a/f gauges?
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Here's my How to, on modifying antenna from 91spec to 94spec.

http://home.online.no/~markl/mrtwo/d...a/antenna.html
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Here are How to Remove the Turbo
http://cybrina.mine.nu/MR2_Docs/mr2_...er_removal.htm
hope this help my fellow mr2er
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How about "how to install EGT & air fuel gauge"
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Any guides on how to install brakes and rotors on a 91 NA?
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I just found this link.. DIY General stuff for cars and everything at home.. Shows how to put in a hood lock and switch for a security system. Probably lots of other useful timbits as well for all cars in general.

http://www.diynet.com/
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Help! the link to the timing belt change is broken or altered. It brings up a web page, but I can't find a timing belt how-to anywhere.
Question I'm trying to answer is how to pull the crank pulley without special tools and with the motor in the car (which means there's not much room in front of the pulley). The BGB pretty much shows a pulley puller that would only fit if the engine were out of the car. In addition, it looks as if you are supposed to pull the pulley bolt first by using a SST 09213-54015 to hold the pulley still while turning the bolt with another SST 09330-00021. Anybody know what to use instead or where to get the SSTs and how much they cost?
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Here's the direct link to the timing belt how-to:

http://www.mrtwo.net/mr2modproject/s...timingbelt.htm
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anybody have a how to on how to replace the springs??
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here's one for springs: http://www.turbomr2.com/MR2/HowTo/Su...ingStrut-1.HTM

It's not mine, its from Dave Martin's page, with alot of great how to's...
http://www.turbomr2.com/

-Edit- foud same link on top of page... my fault..

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how to change own clutch on 1992 n/a 5sfe mr2, would be helpfull
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Can't seem to find: DIY t-top leak fix! With the silicone?? Read it before, but can't seem to find again.
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