The timer relay for glow plugs on a 86 Jetta is under the steering column. It is located in slot ten.
Yes, but you'd be better off with a 2003 Jetta
non-turbo: 160 turbo: 185
NO--------THE VG30E MOTOR ...DOES NOT HAVE THE HORSE POWER OR THE MECHANICAL STRENGHT HADDLE A TURBO.....MY 91 HAS 160HP FACTORY
The exhaust manifold and turbo from the 88-92 Mazda 626, MX-6, and Ford Probe turbo models will bolt onto the 86-93 B2000 and B2200. See the attached link for additional information.
A 86 rx7 has a 13b wankel rotory engine only the turbo edition was turbo charged
86, like any integer, can be written as a fraction in simplest form by putting it over 1. 86% = 17/25
I have an 86 and it has the A200R4 trans. If you have an overdrive position on your shifting column then that is what you have, if you only have a 3 speed then you probably have a turbo 350.
Mazda's 13B for the 1986-88 RX-7 made 146hp without a turbo and 185hp with a turbo.
The 84-86 SVO all came with a Garret T3 turbocharger but there are some differences in years. The 84 and 85 cars came with an oil cooled .60/.63A/r turbo and the 85.5 and 86 cars came with a .60/.48A/r turbo which was oil and water cooled.
(86-92) 9.7:1 for N/A models. 9.0:1 for Turbo models
Red means STOP. Your owner's manual will have the description on what the ? means.
You can remove it, you need to change everything over to a non turbo but it will run, just less power.
The 300zx is a very particular car. It depends on where you get the computer from. I have swapped a non turbo to a turbo with the same engine except my new motor was from japan. the computers were slightly different, but nothing a little modification wont fix. As long as you get a computer off of a motor that is the same model as yours, it must be from the same model, several years have the same model (1984-1986) then you should not have any major problems.
made them for a couple of years 86 -88 in pickups and 4 runners
86 litres on my diesel 6.5 turbo
Mounted on top and inside the fuel tank.
A 700R4 will bolt right in. A 350 Turbo or 400 Turbo will also bolt right in but you will have to change the drive shaft.
yes it will still mount the same. the motor mount are the same and same place throughout the 84-89 300zx turbo and non-turbo. but you will either have to take the alternator bracket of the 86 motor and put it on the left side of the 87 motor and take the right side alternator and bracket off or run the alternator wiring to the passenger side of the car.
Blown h20 seal in engine or turbo !!
not hard at all its very7 simple its in the passenger side of the tranny
Yes, should be the same block