[MR2] 1987 Mk1 advice - revisited
AWillis at lithia.com
Mon Feb 27 18:34:32 EST 2012
If I had a dollar, I'd bet the whole thing that the hose between
throttle body and air flow meter has a big hole in it.
Aaron Willis, Parts Dept. - Lithia Toyota Scion of Springfield, OR -
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From: mr2-bounces at mr2.com [mailto:mr2-bounces at mr2.com] On Behalf Of Andy
Sent: Monday, February 27, 2012 3:31 PM
To: Russell gerard; 'mr2.com'
Subject: Re: [MR2] 1987 Mk1 advice - revisited
On 27/02/2012 05:39, Russell gerard wrote:
> im looking for the fix to a problem i have . I recently tried to start
> my 85 mr2 and it would only crank over again and again and didnt
> catch. when it finally did i pushed the gaas pedal to accelerater and
> it died. It wasnt getting enough air. I checked this theory by moving
> the door on the interior of the afm and with the door open it ran
> fine, should i get a new afm sensor? or perhaps replace my circuit
> open relay located in my trunk? or possibly the fuel pump ? I tested
> the plug on the outside oof the afm with an ohm meter and everything
> checked out how it should be. im quite troubled about this and would
> love help.
You don't want to ask me, you want to ask The List, which I've copied on
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