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 Post subject: g10 carburetor to tbi
PostPosted: Mon Jan 18, 2016 7:30 pm 
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I want to convert my carburetor g10 to TBI what thing I would need other than
1)ecu
2)tbi


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 19, 2016 5:24 pm 
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add the intake manifold, engine wiring harness and all the appropriate sensors.

depending on the model year tbi conversion parts you use, the intake manifold may or may not require using the egr system. prior to 92 you won't find the egr but from 92 and up all north americam domestic market cars used them.

take care to get the sensors to match the model year ecu and wiring you acquire. the sensors and electrical connector shapes follow the model year designations for 89 thru 94.

you will also use a distributor that suits the model year of the controls as well. 89 to 91 used a dual vacuum canister distributor, vacuum advance and retard with a specific electrical module. 92 - 94 used a fully electronic distributor. caution as well in that the rotors for those distributors are different.

there were a few supercessions of the map sensor, too. you will need the part number that suits the ecu. there were several types of throttle position sensors and those varied with model year. again, you need the one that fits with the ecu.

other than this general information it would be hard to call as your non-sensical location listing doesn't give any real indication of your geographical location and these cars come in variants that are particular to specific market allocations. as a rule i recommend that you list an easily identified geophysical location and then to list your variant and model year in your profile to be displayed under your avatar. that way people will know what they are dealing with in order to answer your questions.

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