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150-200 dollars

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nope diffrent trans man not to mention obd1 for 92 obd2 for 96 lots of work man not somthing i would call easy

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it cost the same because the gas tank capacity is the same as a 1.6, but your engine burns more fuel than a 1.6, and also faster

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This is because the oil hasn't circulated in the HLA (hydrolic lash adjusters) that is ontop of the valves/springs under the cam. Once they are full with oil, the clicking stops and they opperate properly! Try running a thicker oil, other than that it's not a big problem unless the ticking is very loud or doesn't stop after it's warm.

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on the 1.3L 4 cyl 3.5 quarts 5W-30 1.8 L 6 cyl 3.5 quarts 5W-30

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