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Engine swap on 98 eclipse how can I tell if I have conpatable eng

Step son bought engine and had it installed. We cant get any injector pulse or fire at all. Am wondering if they have a compatable engine or just a bad computer. Any #s I can use to verify engine will work in this car. Think its a 95 engine and car is 98. 2,0 non turbo Thanks for any help

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98 model had 33 psi fuel pressure.timing is 2-8 btdc idle speed 650 to 850. 95 model has 43 psi fuel pressure timing is 5 btdc idle speed is 750.check your cam sensor crank sensor . check computer fuse .check injector fuses. your has a distributor on your car you can check timing with a scan tool. as far as i see that not much difference in engines.use the scanner to see if cam and crank sensor working or computer problems.

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