Question about 1992 Eagle Talon
I changed the isc the new one read 40 ohms all the way accross which is higher than that paper you sent me said now its still having issues starting when cold takes about 5 seconds of cranking to start and once its warm i have to unplug the airflow sensore to get it to start you seem to know somthing about these kinda motors what sensor or what do you think can cause that your help would be greatly appreated also the turbo is bad
Wow! dont lisen to that guy! if your turbo is bad thats your problem. to check if its bad just pull off the air intake boot and try turning the compresor wheel, it should turn easy as cake. if its not spinnig its restricting your air flow like a ****! thats why you have to take off the mafs. any one that disagrees just try taking the tube off the intake manifold of your turbocharged engine and try starting it.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
Definately air leak. mine is non-turbo, but has a large crack in the intake tube. Course, i'm a little lazy, so I just unplugged my airflow sensor and set idle up a few hundred to get rid of most of the lope. Let me know if this helps :)
Posted on May 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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