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Toyota Supra is a sports car and grand tourer manufactured by Toyota from 1978 to 2002. The first Toyota Supra was introduced in 1978 and based on the Toyota Celica liftback. Toyota Supra possesses all Japanese automaker's merits, which brought Motor Trend's Import Car of the Year award, its name on Car and Driver magazine's Ten Best List, and Popular Mechanics' Design & Engineering award to it. It had been produced through four generations. In May 1986, the third generation Toyota Supra (A70; 1986-1993) was released. As a separate model, it was powered by engines ranging from 2.0 L 1G-GTE inline 6-cylinder engines to 3.0 L 7M-GTE inline 6-cylinder engines while available transmissions were 5-speed manual transmissions and 4-speed automatic transmissions. In April 1993, the official mass production of the fourth-generation Toyota Supra (A80; 1993-2002) began. Both aspiration and turbo models were available. It was powered by a 3 L Toyota 2JZ-GE inline 6-cylinder engine and a 3 L Toyota 2JZ-GTE inline 6-cylinder Twin Turbo engine equipped with a 5-speed and 6-speed manual transmission and a 4-speed automatic transmission.

Toyota Supra, a powerful sports car, may experience performance issues over time. Common problems include engine issues, such as slow acceleration, poor fuel economy, oil leaks, and dropping oil pressure, often indicated by an illuminated Check Engine Light. To address these problems, inspect the spark plug, oil pump, oil pump gasket, and oil filter. Suspension and transmission failures can manifest as excessive steering wheel vibration, grinding noises, steering pulling to one side, and difficulty shifting gears. Check the control arm, transfer case seal, and bell housing for potential issues. Additionally, maintain often-overlooked parts like wheel seals, which prevent dirt and moisture accumulation, ensuring smooth wheel performance, and replace seat belts after every accident to keep your Toyota Supra in optimal condition.

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Toyota Supra Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to replace CV Boot and CV Joint in a Toyota Supra?
    A: First, you can obtain split-type replacement boots for CV joints that can be installed without removing the drive axle but, it is important to remove the Axle Shaft and clean the CV joint. If lubricant leaks out, the CV joint will wear prematurely and need replacement. When replacing the CV Boot, the drive axles must be removed and the CV joints disassembled. The process varies for different models but generally involves cutting off retaining bands, removing spring clips or snap-rings, and disassembling the joint. Thoroughly cleaning and inspecting the CV joints before reassembly is crucial. The new boots should be installed with the specified amount of grease and clamps tightened. Finally, the drive axle can be reinstalled.
  • Q: How to remove and replace rear axle shafts and Wheel Seal for 1979 through 1981 Toyota Supra?
    A: To remove the axle shafts, the vehicle needs to be raised and supported on jack stands, with the front wheels blocked. The rear wheels, brake calipers, and discs should be removed, and the differential oil drained. The axle shaft and Wheel Seal should be inspected for wear or damage, and, the seal should be removed with a slide hammer puller and replaced using a seal driver or appropriately sized pipe and hammer. Before installing the axle shaft, multi-purpose grease should be applied. The contact surfaces of the axle housing and bearing retainer should be cleaned, and gasket sealant should be applied. The axle and bearing retainer should be attached to the axle housing, and after installation, the differential should be filled with the proper lubricant. Finally, the brakes should be bled and the wheel tightened with lug nuts.
  • Q: How to remove Clutch Disc,Pressure Plate and Release Bearing?
    A: To remove clutch components, the transmission must be removed. Use a clutch alignment tool to support the disc during removal. Mark the flywheel and pressure plate for alignment. Loosen the pressure plate bolts, then remove the plate and clutch disc. Examine the flywheel, pilot bearing, and disc for wear. Replace the pilot bearing using a puller if needed. Check the clutch disc for damage and always replace the release bearing with it. Inspect the pressure plate for grooves. Clean and align all parts before installation. Tighten bolts in a diagonal pattern, lubricate the release bearing, and reinstall the transmission.