check the relay for the engine control computer, and the tps and maf sensors
I have 200k miles on my 97 Diamante. Still looks and runs great.
Your knock sensor is located under the hood, center, front engine area, below intake manifold, mounted on block.
Changing the serpentine belt on a 97 Mitsubishi Diamante is a fairly easy task. All you need to do is get a wrench and loosen the tension pulley and pull of the serpentine belt.
The engine computer is also the regulator.
YES, if you know what you are doing. You will need the complete engine and transmission wiring harness and computer plus the fuel pump for the 5.3L engine. The wiring harness and computer on the 97 will NOT work.
The crankshaft position sensor on a 97 GM Sonoma 2.2 engine is located on the lower right side of the engine. It is near the ignition control module.
The 1997 Mitsubishi Diamante OBD 2 port is under driver side dash next to center console
It will fit right in, But the problem is that the 97 computer system will not hook up to the 93 engine. therefore the 93 engine WON'T RUN and the transmission won't work in the 97 anymore. The 97 MUST have the VORTEC engine installed in it. Then everything will WORK RIGHT.
The powertrain control module is visible from the engine compartment. It is in the firewall on the passenger side. The RAP module for your keyless entry/keypad is in the jack storage compartment.
The engine computer does provide an over speed protection.
it is the engine control unit. go to this web site to learn more.
First of all, your smog laws, if any, would not allow this. If you have none, then yes, it will bolt right in. But, I would not do it, because, the 88 has about 100 less hp. NEW ANSWER: Yes that engine will bolt right in. But the problem is that it will never run. You would have to get a 88 computer / ENGINE CONTROL MODULE and the wireing harness for the 88 engine,computer,transmission and fuel pump. You would also have to change the transmission because the 88 computer will not shift the 97 4L60E transmission. You will also have to change the FUEL PUMP. The 88 requires 9 to 13 LBS of fuel pressure and the 97 Must have 60 to 66 LBS to run the 97 vortec engine. This means you will have to spend alot of MONEY to make the 88 engine run. Your best bet would be to put a VORTEC ENGINE BACK IN IT and be done with it.
NO there is not. The timing on that engine is computer controlled and it REQUIRES an engine scanner to set the timing. A timing light will not work.
The engine computer is also the voltage regulator.
That requires an engine scanner to set the timing on that engine. The timing is computer controled.
The computer on the 1997 Chevy Venture is located inside the engine air filter. The computer is surrounded by a semi-clear white plastic coolant reservoir.
The process is pretty straight forward. With the vehicle battery disconnected remove the wires from the old computer and unbolt from its mount. Instillation is the reverse. Just make sure that the computers are from the same or compatible models or the engine will not control properly.
Will an engine from a 98 explorer fit a 97?
you have to get a computer and revise the problem. the computer will have a code and a local mech. can help with that. you have to get a computer and revise the problem. the computer will have a code and a local mech. can help with that.
Due to the electronic fuel injection system in the 1997 Dodge Neon it is not possible to lower the idle speed. The engine control system computer adjusts the speed automatically.
the transmission does not have a govener, the engine govener is controlled by the control module and needs a program to recalibrate
have someone check the icm (idle control motor)
The ECM is located inside your center console behind the controls.