There is no reason you would have to.
Very little, if any at all. The carburetor is not what makes the horse power, The rotateing system and Valve train is what makes HP.
You have to replace the distributor assembly.You have to replace the distributor assembly.
you will need to replace the intake with an intake for a carburetor,install carburetor and replace the distributor with one which has a vacuum advance(a late 70's 305 or 350 will work well). you will also have to install an electric fuel pump for a carburetor (lower pressure than the fuel injecton). remove the relay powering the pump in the tank if the whole wiring harness is not removed.
If there is leaking around the base of the distributor, and you will need to replace the seal. The distributor oil seal is a paper gasket or rubber O-ring, and the distributor is removed to replace either one if the seal is leaking. It is easy to change, just remove distributor and change the seal.
The camshaft sensor is located in the distributor. I believe you have to replace the hole distributor.
replace the distributor
Only if the wires are bad.
Because you need to change the gas filter in the carburetor and you need to change the rotor and distributor. I did and the backfiring went away. Now it runs great
Yea, the crankshaft sensor is under the distributor and the camshaft sensor is inside the distributor, you cannot change it so you will have to replace the whole distributor.
It does not have a carburetor.
You have to buy and replace the entire distributor.
you must remove the distributor, disassemble unit and replace pick up coil
It takes about .9 of an hour to change regardless of which engine you have.(book time) it is located on the distributor, you have to remove the distributor to check it and/or replace it.
buy your parts,usually change plugs to.make marks on your distributor or usually they are marked with dent.replace distirbutor cap and replace the cabels .with numbers.
no, the carburetor has nothing to do with your gear ratio.
No you don't but if you are putting a different carb on you might have to change the manifold.
You don't, it does not have a carburetor. They are fuel injected. Hope this helps!
I think you will have to replace the assembly, Not sure if cam sensor is available seperatly.
The distributor cap screws to the distributor. Buy a new set of wires and replace them one at a time to avoid mixing them up. The coil just unbolts.
basic do-it-yourself tuneup would consist of the following: replace spark plugs replace distributor replace rotor replace distributor wires replace fuel filter replace air filter replace PCV valve change coolant change engine oil & filter change transmission fluid replace windshield wiper blades replace engine belts NOTE: Would normally recommend changing water pump and timing belt, but it isn't worth the money to do this on an 1987 Accord unless it is in extremely good condition. You will spend around $850 to have this done by a dealer and it is not a job for a "Saturday Mechanic".
I would first check and probley replace the pick coil that is in the distributor, That is the item that the ignition module plugs into. You will have to take the distributor out and apart to replace it.
A distributor will change the way the car runs not the way it drives.
you will have to make considerable mods use the intake from the 1982 supra alot of times you don't have to change the distributor or the igniter. if you find a 82 supra your bes bet is to buy the whole car
No, you don't have to change to the new distributor if you don't want to.
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