Go to Road Race Enginiering they have a page on how to rewire the CAS
were is the camshaft position sensor on 1999 Volvo s80 turbo
turbo or non turbo?
On the Non-Turbo it is on the left side of the Throtle body. Turbo model I have no clue.
On a 94 Turbo DSM there is no crank angle sensor. The Cam Angle Sensor(CAS)serves the function of both a crank and cam sensor, and it's located on the passenger side of the valve cover at the end of the intake camshaft, you can't miss it.
no you can not the turbo motor use more air and at alot faster rate do to the forced air on the turbo motors, the o2 sensor will ether 1 make it really doggy or 2 make it run way to rish
The throttle position sensor is located on the throttle housing on the left-hand end of the inlet manifold.
If the transmission is a manual and for the 2.0 non turbo its underneath the battery on the top of the transmission
The 1994 Volvo 850 crankshaft position sensor can be found on the back of the engine. You will need to remove the rear engine cover in order to access the crankshaft position sensor.
how to replace tps on 95 chevy 6.5 turbo diesel 1500
Where is the crankshaft sensor located on a Chevy 1500 sil. turbo diesel truck?
For the right price you can put a turbo on just about anything. Unfortunately for you the cost to put a turbo on a non-turbo eclipse is probably more than going out and buying an eclipse with a turbo already on it.
There was a stock turbo option for the 93 eclipse. there was also a non-turbo (n/a) option.
In my '97 Eclipse GST (the convertible model of your car), the Crankshaft Position Sensor, or Crankshaft Angle Sensor, is located behind the crankshaft pulley. To get to it, the Mitsubishi shop manual lists the removal of the timing belt. Not a fun job. Since the timing belt will be removed anyways, this is a good time to install a new belt. The Mitsubishi dealership also suggested replacing the timing belt tensioner when re-installing the timing belt.
The tach signal comes out of the pcm. The pcm watches the crankshaft position sensor to calculate engine speed. The crankshaft position sensor is behind the starter.
CrPS locationIt depends on if it's stock turbocharged or not (for the '95 model year). Turbo 94/95, and non-turbo 94 have the same engine, but the 95 non-turbo have a Chrysler 420a. The crank position for the 420a is right above the oil filter, about an inch to two. I'm not too familiar with the 4g63's ('90-'94 n/a / turbo, and '95-'99 turbo), but I believe it's in a similar location; underneath the intake manifold mounted into the side of the block.
It depends on what year model eclipse u have is it the turbo or non turbo model
Could be Several things man!!!! IVE GOT A 1990 Eclipse Non turbo 2.0.... IVe got the same problem it could be your power transistor its under neath your ignition coil ive changed that and my ignition coil it could be the camshaft position sensor whitch on this perticular car the camshaft and crankshaft position sensor is made in to on sensor which is in the position where the distributor would be!!!! Could be your ECM to Best thing to do is get someone to run a diagnosis scan on your computer and see what kind of codes you pull up......... Do me a favor though if you figure out what it is let me know!!!!!Most likely it is the ECU. I have a 91 eclipse gsx and I tried everything and it turned out it was the ECU. I got it rebuilt for $200 from motoguys garage you can find them on Ebay.
This depends on if the eclipse is automatic or manual and also if it is the turbo model or the non-turbo model.
It is the three wire sensor on the driver side end of the cylinder head.
right side of the motor at the top its black
The engine, accessories, transmission, computer, exhaust, etc - it would be cheaper to simply sell the non turbo and buy a turbo model. Alternatively, Hahn Racecraft makes a turbo kit specifically targeted to the 420A engine in the Eclipse RS/GS and Talon ES/ESi for prices of approximately $3k, and is offered in several customized layouts.
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.
there is no gt turbo. there was only the gs turbo and the gsx which was turboed, the gt didn't come til the 3rd generation eclipse which was in 2000 but 2000+ are all non-turboed.
the camshaft position sensor on an 04 pt is located on the right side of the engine, towards the top (looking at it from the front), directly in back behind the oil dipstick on a non-turbo
yes eventually the turbo will get clogged up and stop spinnig the fan in the turbo