If they both have the 4g63 2.0l motor then yes
they are the exactly the same, so yes a turbo engine will fit in a non turbo talon
No. They are not interchangeable.
i have a 91 eagle talon tsi fwd . iv had the car to 160 but i would not advise it because the car gets extremely light.
Yes they will, eagle talon headlights are interchangeable between 95-98 , 95-96 eclipse headlights are identical as well. 97-99 eclipse headlight are revision b and wont fit properly
Pull the fuse for the fuel pump out of the fuse box
yes an all wheel drive transmission from 90 to 98 will fit any year of those cars the trannys were never changed in production.
It's located under the passenger side of the car, just forward of the rear tire for a 96 Eagle Talon 2.0 Non Turbo FWD. Not sure for the TSI model.
Check the balance on your tires as well as the lug nuts. You'd be suprised.
Yes, the Chrysler 420a was produced in the early to mid 90's and put into a number of cars. Including the Mitsubishi eclipse and the eagle talon, it is the same engine and essentially the same car.
Its on the oil filter housing. About a 1 inch cylinder, with a single wire coming off of it.
I HAVE AN ESI AND IT WAS LOCATED UNDER THE BACK SEAT i have a tsi awd it's in the trunk real easy to replace
1995 and before is OBD 1. 1996 and later is OBD 2. The connecters are different, but both are under the dash on the driver side.
It is a big job. If you attempt it, get a manual from AUTOBOOKSONLINE.COM
yes it will fit
Horrible idea unless you have a LOT of MONEY, TIME, AND EXPERIENCE! But if you have all three of those Go for it!
There is a multi-purpose fuse in the junction block. No. 10, rated capacity 10, housing red, controls door lock actuator and door lock power relay.
Heh, you take it to a shop. Oil is in there most likely because your valve cover gasket is bad. Been there...currently there. Betting it's in the first cylinder. Common problem, really.
its easy, take off the spark plug wires, unbolt the old plugs, place four new ones in, one in each hole, and tighten them down.... simple www.freshshoes747.webs.com
its more likely to be the intake gaskets.
I would recommend the old green antifreeze as the new Dex-cool is garbbage, it contributes to blown intake gaskets and head gaskets.
Eagle Butte High School was created in 1996.
Under the back seat. Most models has the relay on driver side top of firewall beside the oil reservoir It's basically two relays but sold as one item. Different version depending on cruise control
Yes, however it will likely start with no power