No. The 1995-1998 Talon body style is completely different than that of a 1994. If you try this, the 1995 will be about three inches wider and one inch taller, and none of the screws will match up.
The 1994 eagle talon tsi has 180 hp for the auto.. and 195 for the 5 speed versions
It does not have a reset switch.
An auto parts store will have a fuse layout for a 1994 Eagle Talon TSI. You may also be able to find books at your local library with a fuse layout for the car.
no. 94 is 1g 95 is 2g (first and second generation). also differences between fwd and awd exhausts
The turbo on a 1995 Eagle Talon TSi is a T25. They changed after 1994 which came with the 14b turbo.
it's Inside of the fuel tank
Low coolant in the overflow bottle.
The horn is located just under the head lights.....either the right or left im not sure but their there
You will see wires right on top of the motor. You can easily follow these wires to the spark plugs.
yes you can, i have a 1992 eagle talon tsi awd turbo, and i also have a 98 talon tsi and since the 95-98 mmodels have a 7 bolt pattern, im sure you know, crank walk etc, i threw in a 2.0 engine into my 98 modded the hell out of it to, super easy, great fit, go for it
From all the research I have done on the Talon I would say it should match up perfect. the 1990-1994 models are all the same. Your best bet would be to get the part, test fit it, and then install it.
Get a Haynes Manual, A Chilton Manual. You can get them at Autozone, Advance Auto, or Napa. They Run under $20. And they are very helpful.
2.0 4g63 from 1990 - 1999in the 1990 - 1994 its a direct fit almostin 1995 - 1999 it will be some mods but it will fit only the turbo models because the turbo models are 4g63
relieve the pressure in you fuel system by disconnecting your fuel pump the change the fuel filter the hook your pump back up
You can't, unless you try to take the panels off and find where the cable is. Your best option would be to go to a mechanic, they will be able to do it for you.
It would depend on what is wrong with the headlights.
The 1994 Ford Explorer rear bumper is held in place with eight retaining bolts. Remove the retaining bolts and the rear bumper will come off.
No. The headlights on a 1994 are individual and bought as an entire assembly. 1998 had a slight body restyling with the bubble headlights, requiring only bulbs to be changed instead of the entire unit.
The IAT (Intake Air Temp Sensor) you are looking for is located in the Air Flow Sensor which is located at the end of the rubber intake pipe.
No, you cannot, unless you want to put new fenders, a new hood, and a new bumper on the car as well. Simply put, the Suzuki Swift headlights have more curves, whereas the Metro headlights are basically just square boxes. Hope this helps!
The circuit breaker for the headlights is intergrated with the headlight switch.
What are the headlights doing? Is the bulb burned out? Are the lights not coming on at all? Are they misaligned?
They are the same from 1994 to 2002.
there are a number of sensors that may be the problem, I recommend getting a manual (such as a Haynes manual) to check these, I had a problem where my clutch pedal spring wore out and did not fully return to engage the sensor.
Only one. If the car was previously owned, some people put aftermarket filters somewhere between the front and rear of the vehicle running down one side of the frame.