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Diary of Swap
Cooling System



85/6 4AGE -> 4AGZE

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Air Intake Filter
Clutch Slave Cylinder
Clutch Master Cylinder
Coolant Flush
Distributor O-Rings
Exhaust Manifold
Fuel Filter

Fuel Pump Cut-off Switch

Ignition Timing
Oil Cooler Hoses
Oil Filter Adapter O-Rings
Oil Pan Gasket
Oxygen Sensor
Radiator Removal
Throttle Body Cleaning
TPS Adjustment
Water Pump


87+ Brake Upgrade
Caliper Rebuild-Front
Caliper Rebuild-Rear
Dust Shield Removal
Parking Brake Cable
SS Braided Brake Line


Ball Joint Replacement
Bushings Install - Front
Bushings Install - Rear
Steering Knuckle Removal
Struts/Springs - Front
Struts/Springs - Rear
Sway Bar End Links


87+ Antenna Replacement
Clear Turn Signals - Front
Clear Turn Signals - Rear
Door Hinges
Interior Door Triangles
Interior Headliner Painting
Interior Trim & Light Lens
Power Window Regulator
Rekeying Trunk Lock
Rust PM - Battery Bracket

Rust PM - Front Wheel Wells
Seats - MK3
Seats - Aftermarket
Shift Boot
SideMarker Mod
Sunroof Rattle
Wiper Switch


2006 Austin
2005 Austin
2005 Topeka NA2005
2004 Galveston
2004 Chattanooga SE2004
2003 Galveston
2002 Austin


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Interior Door Triangle Pieces

As many of you MKIers know, the door triangle pieces break over time. Finding old ones in a junkyard that aren't broke is a very difficult task. And gluing them back on is only a temporary solution. Just outta curiousity I decided to call up my favorite Toyota dealer, and inquire about the cost. Being ready to hear some outrageous price, he came back with me with a list price of only $11 each! Cost to me was only $14 for the pair! Maybe I shoulda ordered a second set, just in case these break again...

Part #s:

  • 67492-17010 Driver Side
  • 67491-17010 Passenger Side



Here's the old one, notice the broken tab...


And the new ones, with tabs in perfect shape!


Just a pic with the triangle taken off.


And the new one that snaps in perfectly. No real install instructions needed, just put the bottom 2 tabs in first, and line up the top clip with the hole and snap it in.

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Disclaimer: This web page in no way replaces the MR2 repair manual. Follow what it says before me. The purpose of this page is to give you a better pictorial description of what to do. I cannot be held responsible for any mishaps caused by this web page.