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Wat will i all need 2 get 2 swap 3s-ge engine 2 the 3s-gte

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Exhaust coming out of engine and difrent intake for turbo!!!!hoses

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The FSM covers that page one, so I know you dont have the book
my favorite car btw.
so can help. which engine? learn first what is there exactly
my guess is it is a 3S-GTE
first google hit lands here. (amazing huh)
http://www.toyotanation.com/forum/20-mr2-forum/62348-mr2-3s-gte-engine-number.html

its below thermostat and if USA car, (you never stated this)
a tag

btw , did you know that countries dictate the rules for engine numbers. ours does, ours not only have serial number but a year
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Where is the location of the crank sensor on my Toyota Celica st202 2.0 16 v engine import model


short answer, there is NONE.

wow no year car stated. gen6 1993 to 1999?

what country, in USA, all car in 1996 , gained a crank sensor if not already there. this sensor was for making the OBD2 misfire monitor function correctly.



so, no country NO JOY? the 1millionth post with no country stated. and a very technical question, related to smog too.

but?

if the scan tool does not show a DTC error for it, it\'s not bad.

so why look?

which engine: of the 3

2.0 L 3S-FE I4,

2.0 L 3S-GE I4,

2.0 L 3S-GTE I4 turbo,



ill pretend (dumb huh) its a 1999, 3S-FE engine, with USA market codes on the body tag.



a fast look at alldata.com the 1993 has no such sensor , only the CMP cam sensor in the dizzy.



the 1996 car the 3S engine was dropped and 5A replaced

the ckp crank sensor on the 5A runs off the front of crank at front of engine, at the right side. of crank pulley



our looks like this.



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if i look at our, 3S engine, 1993 there is no such sensor.

sorry , none. that year

so why not post the symptoms and not chase phantoms.

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so id assume youve got the 5s-fe motor, the 2.2l, i havent played around in those since the 3s-gte swap ive got but check your igniter, make shure its well grounded.

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Engine compatible


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1988 Toyota Celica GT4 Computer box


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