1991 Toyota MR2 Wiring Diagram

Central Motors, a subsidiary of Toyota Motor Corp, manufactured the MR2 in 1984 until 2007 as a two-seat, mid-engined, rear wheel drive sport car. During its lifespan, it has three generations. First in 1984-1989 it has angular, origami-like line, 1990-1999 it has a feeling of Ferrari sports car, and 2000-2007, which resembled Porsche Boxster. The appearance of each generation is quite different, but they have the common similarities such as the McPherson strut front and rear suspensions and transverse-mounted inline-four engines. (Wikipedia.org)

In this following article, we provide the electrical system wiring diagram for 1991 Toyota MR2. This wiring and schematic diagram will help the technician or vehicle owner to perform troubleshooting to deal with electrical problem or connection problem between the vehicle components and electrical parts. The files are in pdf, however we have collected it into one zip file in mediafire.com which you can easily download. The wiring diagram system discussed inside the zip file are as follows :

Power Doors, Theft Deterrent
Junction Connector, Power Window/Mirror, Seat Belt
Computer Engine Control (2.2L automatic transmission, manual transmission, 2.0L Turbo)
Relay Block , Starter, Taillights
Engine Compartment & Headlights
Ignition Switch, Power Steering
ABS ECU, Airbag
Air Conditioning & Heater
Cruise Control, Shift lock ECU
Combination Switch, Wiper, Hazard Switch
Instrument Cluster
Charging Circuit
Defogger Circuit
Engine Compartment Cooling Fan Circuit
Horn Circuit
Power Antenna Circuit
Power Door Lock Circuit
Power Mirror Circuit
Power Window Circuit
Radiator Cooling Fan Circuit
Radio Circuits with or without CD player
Starting Circuit
Wiper/Washer Circuit

For more information and details about the wiring diagram of the vehicle, you can download the zip file from the following source (password : autoobuzz.com)

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