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This engine had a problem with the ignition coil which resulted in the problem you describe, i.e., missing and rough running under load. I\'ve attached and ad for a replacement coil that also suggests that you clean and re-secure the coil ground and check or replace the Crank Position Sensor. Hope this helps.
Diamond Ignition Coil
Sale Price: $132.24
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Part Number: 346-01198019
Detailed Notes: 4 Pin Electrical Connector To Coil ** To Insurance Proper Function and Prevent ********* Failure, Coil Must Be Properly Grounded, Also Check Crank Position Sensor For Proper function. ** New Securing Bolts May Also be Required**
Posted on Nov 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the plastic coil cover from the middle of each valve cover. Remove the coils. Unscrew and remove the spark plugs. Installation is the reverse....
If you have wires, you have three coils and not six and you've actually got wires. To remove one end of a wire, first twist, then pull. If it won't twist, use spray silicone lubricant.
You may have a large plastic beauty cover over the top of your engine. If it's in the way, remove the four nuts and the cover.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
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My 1987 pulsar with a CA16DE DOHC looses fuel pressure when it sets over night. I have replaced the fuel pump and the external return valve on the tank. the injector seals at the intake are in good condition. The injectors are the ones with the hose that is crimped at both end. Any idea why it loosed pressure and seems like it is out of gas at first start up. It starts good after that.
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
Have you had the fuel injection and throttle body cleaned yet? Sounds like a bad IAC motor, or dirty injectors. What motor is in it? Did you use the factory plugs and wires? If not, that is the first thing you need to do.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
SOURCE: uk 99 model subaru impreza turbo
sounds like you have a problem. alot of times the coolant temp switch will cause the idle to go up and down. asfar as the speedo, I believe it works off a switch instad of the cable. this I would take to dealer. missing speed sensor is not good. have it checked at dealer.
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 28, 2010
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