Toyota Supra Mk2 gps tracking

Toyota Supra Mk2 GPS Tracking

Track your Supra Mk2 for free and visualize it on map

Produced from: 1981
Produced to: 1986

How to track your favourite Toyota - model Supra Mk2 in realtime for free ?

Producer remarks about this particular model

In July 1981, Toyota Celica modernized family models and Celica Supra. The US market Mk II was available in two versions: P-Type (sports version) and L-Type (deluxe version). Both variants were twin technically, the only differences are the available sizes of tires and wheels, bodywork equipment and gear differential. The suspension system for the third generation Supra was created in cooperation with the British Lotus. Twin model introduced to the Japanese market was Soarer. Yearbook 1982 (year 1981), prepared for the US market was driven by the engine of 2.8 l DOHC R6 that when compression 8.8: 1 generate power 147 hp (108 kW) and 210 Nm of torque. This allowed the acceleration of 0-100 km / h amounting to 9.8 s and the travel time equal to ¼ mile of 17.2 seconds at terminal velocity of 130 km / h [10]. Transmission to serve a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission, both with overdrive.

Our product description

We are offering you completely free of charge our GPS car tracking solution in real time. The only thing you need to do is to install smartphone with Android inside your vehicle with our awesome application on board

If you want to track your Toyota Supra Mk2 in real time you have to do the following :


1. Download Free Car Tracking Application for Supra Mk2 application from Google Play

2. Create free account on (for example johndoe) - here is detailed instruction

3. Define Device endpoint  for each vehicle you want to track - give friendly name of your Supra Mk2  and PIN (some random will be provided - you can change it if you want)

4. Run SpySat mobile application on the smartphone and type there your LOGIN from SpySat (ex. johndoe) and PIN (from point 3.)

5. Install your smartphone inside the car

6. Enjoy watching position of your car at site.

7. Provide stable power supply - spysat app consumes some energy.

Best options to install smartphone inside Toyota Supra Mk2

To permanently mount a smartphone in your Toyota Supra MK2, follow these steps:

1. Choose a location inside the cockpit or center console to mount your phone securely. Ideally, choose an area that's easily accessible for quick navigation.
2. Install the Suicide Cowboy Mount (SCM) or any other mount of your choice. Make sure it's compatible with your smartphone and securely attached to the chosen mounting location.
3. Download our free app from [insert website link] and create an account, if you haven't already done so.
4. Connect your smartphone to the OBD2 port using a USB cable (make sure the car is off). This will establish a direct connection between your phone and the vehicle's battery.
5. Open our app on your phone and select \"Connect.\" Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the connection process.
6. Once connected, you can use our app as a GPS tracker application or any other app of your choice that requires a permanent direct connection to the car's battery.
7. To maintain your Supra MK2, regularly check and tighten bolts and screws, keep the interior clean and organized, and have regular services performed by an authorized Toyota dealer.

Remember to always use genuine Toyota parts for maintenance and repairs on your Supra MK2 to ensure optimal performance and reliability.

Users opinions and questions

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Frequently Asked Questions:

What are the common engine and transmission issues in Toyota Supra Mk2 and what is the recommended maintenance schedule for these specific components?

The Toyota Supra Mk2, also known as the A80 series, was produced from 1993 to 2002. It's equipped with a straight-six 2JZ-GTE engine and an automatic or manual transmission. Some common engine issues in the Supra Mk2 include:
1. Turbocharger failure: The turbochargers on the 2JZ-GTE engines can fail due to high boost pressure, causing a loss of power or complete engine failure.
2. Timing chain problems: The 2JZ-GTE engine uses a timing chain that can stretch or break over time, leading to engine damage if not addressed promptly.
3. Valve seal leakage: Leaking valve seals can cause oil consumption and reduced performance.
4. Injector failure: Faulty fuel injectors can result in poor performance and decreased fuel efficiency.
5. Cooling system issues: Overheating is common in the Supra Mk2, due to a lack of coolant or a failing water pump.
As for transmission issues, some owners report:
1. Shifting problems: Manual transmissions may experience hard shifting or slippage, while automatic transmissions can have delayed shifts or slipping.
2. Leaks: Both manual and automatic transmissions can leak fluid, leading to reduced performance or complete failure.
3. Clutch issues: Manual transmission cars may encounter clutch problems such as sticking or failing altogether.
Regarding the recommended maintenance schedule for these components, Toyota suggests following their service intervals outlined in the owner's manual. Generally speaking, oil changes are recommended every 10,000 miles (or 12 months), while timing belt replacements should occur at least every 60,000 miles or 7 years (whichever comes first). For transmission maintenance, it is advisable to have the transmission fluid and filter replaced around every 30,000-50,000 miles. Regular inspection and replacement of cooling system components can also help prevent overheating issues.

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