probably not. 80's computer systems are not forgiving. It is possible though, depending on the type of injection system. If it is the type with 1 or 2 injector nozzles in a throttle body that looks like a carb, then you might be able to swap in a carb in place of the existing body. It is still not likely however, since the engine management computer will not recognize it. It may run, but it probably wont run well. The computer will try to compensate for the inneficient carb. If it is the type with an individual nozzle in each cylnder, forget it. after all that, you would still have to deal with all the emmisions equpment on the truck and 80's emission systems are even worse that 80's computers. So, it might be doable, but the price and agrivation will probably not be worth it. plus carburetors are usually a lot more troublesome than fuel injection.
electronic fuel injected motor. as opposed to carburated
Electronic fuel injection
Carburetor, mechanical fuel injection, throttle body electronic fuel injection, ported electronic fuel injection,
Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI)
no, the Toyota Avalon is a EFI (electric fuel injection) engine
Only a carburated engine will have a timing value. The multipoint fuel injection motors timing is controlled by the computer.
This engine is electronically fuel injected.
EFI FHTR on a Toyota Corolla stands for the type of fuel delivery system the vehicle has. EFI means Electronic Fuel Injection. FHTR stands for Fuel Heater which means the engine is equipped with a block heater.
The 1991 Nissan 320 Turbo does not have a choke. The engine has electronic fuel injection. There is not a need for a choke with electronic fuel injection systems.
check engine temperature sensor There cheap and if yours is weak or bad Computer tells engine wrong signal
425 ci engine with a four barrel carburetor or electronic fuel injection.
Yes it does.
That means you have a 2.2 liter, in-line 4 cylinder engine with electronic fuel injection.
Yes, this generation Camry is a Fuel-injected engine.
Manufacturers like to brag about their fuel injection to sell more boats, so the easiest way is to look for EFI or MPFI on the engine cover. Other than that, fuel injectors are electronic, so they will have extra wires going to them and the sensors that accompany them. A carburetor might have 2 wires going to an electric choke if that.
EFI is electronic fuel injectionMPFI is multi port fuel injection.MPFI is a form of EFI so there is no real answer.There is also TBI, throttle body injection.EFI is electronic fuel injectionMPFI is multi port fuel injection.MPFI is a form of EFI so there is no real answer.There is also TBI, throttle body injection.
GM 2.2L, 2.4L, 2.5L, 2.8L, 3.1L, or 3.4L GM OHV gasoline 4-stroke reciprocating engine with electronic control, electronic fuel injection, and electronic ignition.
There have been millions of cars and trucks produced with a carbureted 350. every Chevy that offered a 350, before fuel injection any Chevy model that offered a 350 cid. engine before fuel injection.
Does it have mechanical fuel injection or the new electronic injection. what transmission do you have ? why do you want to turn it up ?
The basic engine will bolt up but you will have to deal with the fuel injection system and wiring harness unless the later model is still carburated.
yes but depends if you are keeping fuel injection system of mr2 or the one of the Camry
Not unless it is a carburated engine.
if it has fuel injection the filter will inside the frame rail on the drivers side right below the cab if it is carburated it will be next to the front passengers side of the engine