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1991 Mercury Capri and XR2 Repair Shop Manual Original

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  • I bought my 1991 Mercury Capri XR2 new.. The part I am in need of it the turbo charger. I have a spare car I use parts off of, but the turbo in it is also in need of non-repairable body parts. Was wonder if anyone has converted to one that is available on the market and if they would be willing to share that info?

    This is an online instant access repair manual specific and unique to the 1991 Mercury Capri XR2. It contains access to the complete OEM factory service manual with manufacturer specifications, diagrams, step-by-step procedures, and more as described below

  • This is an online instant access repair manual specific and unique to the 1991 Mercury Capri XR2. It contains access to the complete OEM factory service manual with manufacturer specifications, diagrams, step-by-step procedures, and more as described below


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  • This Is my 1991 Mercury Capri XR2. I blew a turbo seal, so right now its parked untill I get around to replacing the turbo. While its down for maintenence I'm also porting & polishing the head, both manifolds, and replacing the axles and possibly the clutch.

    It currently has 168,000 miles on it. I installed what I call the G.F.M. (Ghetto Fuel Management). Its just an extra injector that kicks in to provide fuel for extra boost. Also pictured is the TurboXS type RFL blowoff valve I installed. I do not reccomend them for IHI Vj14 turbos as they are too big and put too much stress on the turbo.

    I also wanted to move my aftermarket gauges off the dash, so I made my own PVC guage pod. It worked extremely well untill the sun melted the hot glue. I will rebuild it soon using epoxy.

capri_xr2_02's 1991 Mercury Capri XR2 Convertible 2D in austin, TX