Check the distributor cap for cracks or any other damage. Make sure the wire to #1 is not damaged and arcing to ground. Depending on the ignition type, it could be other problems. If it's misfiring on two of the cylinders it could also be that #1 wire is cross-connected with that of another cylinder.
test for power to fuel pump. sounds like you need a new coil as well
if its a 1.6 its a d16
If you get into a position where you can look at the entire engine from above you should/will be able to tell where each of the spark-plugs are relative to the front of the engine.On virtually every internal combustion engine ever made the number 1 plug will always be the one closest to the front ( or fan-belt end ) of the engine (or, to put it another way, farthest from the transmission end of the engine). The rare exceptions to this rule "swap" the ends putting number 1 closest to the rear of the engine, but Misubishi does not do that).On a V-type engine look at both cylinder banks and you will see that one entire bank is just a bit farther forward than the other. The forward one will have the number 1 cylinder/spark-plug .Hope this cleared it up for you, good luck.
They are not a direct swap.They are not a direct swap.
No vehicle or engine type
yes because you can swap a h23 transmission onto an h22 engine
It would help to know what engine you're trying to swap in. Quite a difference between trying to swap in a newer engine of the same model and trying to swap in, say, a Chevy small block.
U can swap a turbo engine from japan that came in the blue bird which is called a altima in the US...
of course you can!
our car runs faster depending on the engine
You can only swap an engine of a Civic Hatchback with an engine of a newer car. Its only legal to swap in engines of the same or newer OBD series. So the Civic engine you swap with has to be a 94 or newer but any of those engines will fit.
We'd really need to know more about your engine swap in order to answer this. Such as, was it the same engine? If you were trying to swap in, say, a V8 where a V6 or an inline six originally set, and treat it as a "plug and play" application, then you're going to have to reprogram the ECM. Whether that's the case or not, we have no way of knowing... there were several engine options available for those years.
no 84 and 85 swap out.
If you are swapping the Vulcan OHV engine, it will work without issue. If you are attempting to swap the Duratec DOHC engine, it will bolt in, but the computer will not be capable of running the engine.
Only if you also swap out the transmission because of the gear ratio in a v6 tranny is lower causing your engine to rev high
can you swap 3.5 into 2.5 on 2002 nssan altima
There is no other direct swap.
First get a manual. Second, what type of engine do you want to swap in? If it is not a direct swap you will need to get harnesses and wiring to do it. If you want a v8 you will need to contact v8archie to get a kit.
You can swap the engine from your 1997 Cavalier 2.2 liter engine to your 2000 Chevy Cavalier. The wiring harness and motor mounts should be in exactly the same.
plug and play swap, engine mounts works and so will the tranny. must change ecu and wiring harness with the swap, which will require removing the dashboard.(that's the hardest part) ..for more info on that swap go to this link www.4g61t.org -freebsdkid