If you have a fuel injected then yes
You don't. Timing is adjusted totally automatically by your ECU.
Yes it will as long as the ECU is from the same drive train (E.g. 4x4, 4x2 automatic, manual.)
On a Subaru Loyale, the ECU is located under the dash. It is behind the glove box on the passenger side.
The ECU in a MY 1999 Subaru Forester is located at the upper left site of the engine under the air intake.
Under driver side dash near the door close to the ECU and TCU mounted with main power relay.
Above the gas pedal, under the dash, there is 2 wires with clips that you plug together. Check engine light will flash the codes recorded in the ecu.
It is on the driver side of the engine block.
it has a inbuilt regulator
In ecu may nead re coading
It is under the carpet, on the passenger side, by the firewall.
Basically the same, they are interchangeable, but no noticeable power gains between the two. If you want better performance look for a tuned ecu, "Mines, Prova, Zerosports......
You will, not only have to replace the transmission as well as the center console inside the car, but also the rear gear box (differential) because the automatic and manual have different gear ratios. You will also need to replace the ecu.
ECU is on the passenger's side front floorboard. There are a couple of retaining clips that hold the carpet in place. Remove those and pull the carpet back.
Behind the glove box.
its part of the ecu
Thanks to modern workshops, you can slap a turbo on pretty much anything. Just depends how deep your pockets are.. Go Pro, you'll need new exhaust headers and gaskets and rings and ecu... and more
How do you replace the Catalytic converter on a 1991 Suburu Legacy L station wagon? Where I get the used parts?
should be under the passenger floor
It is located behind the radio.
the ecu should be under the carpet on the passenger side. unplug the old one and plug in the new!
On my 1992 Prizm the ECU is behind the center console; just beneath the back of the radio/ashtray.
The ECU isn't under the Dash. its under the passenger's feet. you must lift carpet to see protecting shield once removed you will see the ECU.i know because i own a 95 impreza and maintain it myself.
You can't, it's done automatically by the ecu (engine management system)
Try Behind Radio