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Yes as long as it's not turbo
160 turbo models have 210
yes. both engines are the 4g63. the turbo engines from the 1990-1994 is a 6 bolt 4g63 and the turbo engine from the 1995-1999 is a 7 bolt 4g63.
buy a turbo z. cheaper/easier/less headache.
yes, there were 4 models of the eclipse, 2 of them were turbo. the gsx was the only AWD eclipse made that year
No, GST is FWD Turbo. GSX is AWD.
When diagnosing engine trouble it is important to know the firing order of the engine. The firing order of the 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse is 1,3,4,2.
the non turbo 420a makes 140hp and the 4g64 spyder engine makes 141.
It is all depends if you got a turbo or non-turbo. Non-turbo 1995-1999 have on top side of the transmission right in front of the cooling fans.
Yes, you can, but there is a chance that you will need to change transmission and everything what is going inside the engine. The problem is that Mitsubishi engine parts from different engines are not compatible (it can be turbo Japanese engine, or non-turbo crysler engine and so on).
from 1995 - 1999 the cars are all the same only difference is the turbo but yes the engines will all swap around with maybe just a coulpe new parts
yes and yes, there are many forums and articles on google with this info, along with a good write up on suprastore.com
which tank you want to install? front or rear. 1995 f350s have 2 tanks and a switch on dash to swap from front to rear.
On a 1995 non turbo Eclipse there are 2. One is at the front end of the car right off the exhaust manifold and the other which is on the long pipe just after the catalytic converter.
look at the engine, is there a snail shell looking thing attached to the front of the engine...if so then u got one. ------ If your Eclipse is a GS or RS it did not come from the factory with a turbo. the engine should be on the passenger side of the car. That engine is a 420a. If you have an Eclipse GSX or GS-T then you have a turbo charged engine. the engine will be on the drivers side of the car. this is the 4g63 engine. it is possible to have a 420a with a turbo, but someone will have had to put it on themselves, and you would probably know that when you bought it.
step one: buy factory service manual. step two: follow instructions for turbo replacement.
it might have a turbo timer on it There night be a turbo timer on it.If you have one your car will run until it cools off.
No, its a internal regulator inside your alternator if it is turbo, just look for the gray plug in front of the alternator!
The turbo on a 1995 Eagle Talon TSi is a T25. They changed after 1994 which came with the 14b turbo.
I was told that the bottom end of a 2.4 liter galant motor can be put in the turbo models as for the non-turbos I have no idea
it has a turbo diesel model.
nope, depends if its turbo or not
Best bet is to have the ecu from the car "flashed" at a speed shop that can do it.