10W-30 for non turbo. 5W-30 for turbo models
on a 2.0non turbo above the oil filter slightly to the left it has one ten mil bolt hold it in it is a three wire plug
4.7 Quarts for Turbo 2.0L Engine. 4.6 Quarts for Non Turbo 2.0L Engine
turbo - 4.2 qts pan, .32 qts filter, and .11 qts in the oil cooler. non turbo 2.0 litre - 4.0 qts pan, .5 qts filter non turbo 2.4 litre - 4.2 qts pan, .32 qts filter
The oil line that feeds your turbo needs to come from the oil sending sensor on the driver's side back of the block. Check out this site... http://www.2gnt.com/index.php?d=GSGoinFast%20Turbosystem This page goes through the installation of a turbo system on a non turbo eclipse.
If you have a non-turbo with a 2.4 liter engine, you'll need 4.2 qts. A non-turbo w/t a 2.0 liter engine will need about 4.0 qts. A turbo will need 4.2 qts w/t .11 qts of oil cooler.qts=quartsHope this helps:)
All the trim levels use basic 10w-30.sorry pal you are wrong the tt uses 10.30 whereas the non turbo uses 10.40
the manifold will boltup but you need to get a new jpipe and oil/water lines, you can find all that in a kit on ebat fyi
The answer is yes, you would have to buy the correct turbo kit (turbo, oil lines, turbo exhaust manifold, intercooler, piping, etc) and tuning software (DSMlink). It is a good bit of work if you are not experienced with cars and building them. To turbo a non turbo car is is important to make sure the engine can handle it and SHOULD be rebuilt properly to ensure that it will last. If you are serious about this than I suggest reading up on dsmtalk.com and dsmtuners.com both are forums about everything 4G63 and even the 420a engines (non turbo'd eclipse/talon 1995-1999)
The oil sending unit is located on the top of the turbo on the 94 turbo diesel 7.3
If your boosting any car. What you need is the: -Turbo -turbo mani -oil feed -oil dran -oil flanges -exhaust flanges -injectors -intercooler -intercooler piping -BOV -WG -tuned ECU
You should drain all the oil out and put the correct oil in.
if your eclipse is the gts( turboed model) then have the work is already done for you. in a after market turbo kit it should come with everything that your turbo kit already has just newer and better performance, but if the turbo kit is for your car its cake, replace the turbo with the new one, change out the oil feed, and oil return lines, remove all the rubber piping and replace with the new turbo pipeing. might have to remove your front bumper to install the new intercooler
4 quarts in the non turbo so should be around the same
if it's a turbo engine you should only use synthetic oil only!! if it's a non-turbo engine a conven. oil will do.
oil squirters are installed on a turbo block that shoots oil onto the piston skirts so that detonation does not occur with the high temps in the cylinder.
To replace the oil trap on your Volvo, please consult your owners manual. There should be a guide in there to help you with this repair.
Approx 11.5 quarts
Be sure it is a 4g63, non turbod eclipses (rs and gs models) between 1995 and 1999 use the 420a engine (which you can buy turbo kits for too) But if it is a 4g63 than the answer is yes, you would have to buy the correct turbo kit (turbo, oil lines, turbo exhaust manifold, intercooler, piping, etc) and tuning software (DSMlink). It is a good bit of work if you are not experienced with cars and building them. To turbo a non turbo car is is important to make sure the engine can handle it and SHOULD be rebuilt properly to ensure that it will last. If you are serious about this than I suggest reading up on dsmtalk.com and dsmtuners.com both are forums about everything 4G63 and even the 420a engines (non turbo'd eclipse/talon 1995-1999)
same place as turbo on passenger side of motor low down on side of engine block
Bad Apex seal
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.
If the engine is not blown, I would remove the spark plugs, and turn the engine over until you get most of the water out. Suck out the remaining if you can. And change your engine oil.
if you have the exhaust manifold, oil lines, etc. from the 89 GT then yes.