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hi im presuming your old car is non turbo if so you will have to change a lot of parts over to make it work, you will have to replace entire engine loom, the ecu will need changed over then the fuel pump and all of the fuel lines will need to be replaced with the bigger turbo model ones to keep up also the trans will bolt strait up but will be the major weak point so swap over if possible.
if its a turbo you should see something like this, this is an example only the thing on the right with the silver snail type thing is the turbo, you should have 2 of these if its the turbo how to change the plugs--First start by removing the negative battery cable from the battery post. Ok next remove the center plastic cover on top of the motor that says "3000 v6". Now in between each gap in the in intake plenum u should notice the tops of what are called coil packs. Each one has two bolts holding it in and a wire loom coming out of each pack. The first pack is directly left of the oil cap(if facing motor). Remove each bolt then the wire connection. After that gently pull until the pack comes out. Take your spark plug socked and remove plug. Be really carefull not to drop debres in the hole. Repeat this step for the first two on the left side and the first one on the right side (again facing motor). A couple of them you will notice has a small metal plate with a #8 screw holding the wire down, remove this to keep from damaging your wires. Now this is where it gets hard U will have to remove the balance tube on the back of the intake plenum. Calm down its not really that bad, just time consuming. Remove all vacum tubes and hoses from the balance tube and then remove the 1 nut and 2 bolts holding each side down. After that carry on and remove the packs as normal, hope this helps you...good luck
if you have a SOHC engine 92 stealth from California the number will be ;MD153355
SOHC Federal emission ECU number will be ;MD153354 .
DOHC , AWD , Turbo Cali emissions ; MD159965
DOHC , AWD ,Turbo federal emmissions ;MD159966
DOHC non-turbo Calif ;MD159962
DOHC non-turbo fed. ; MD159963
Hello adeg222: My name is Roger and I will help you. The motor should be a 3.0 SOHC V-6 engine. The repair manual does not refer to this engine as being a interference engine. How ever if the belt breaks and you were driving the car. The likely hood of engine damage is greatly multiplied.Also the time called for to replace the belt is 8.5 hours.
Should you need further help please just ask. Please rate the quality of the answer. This way I know if it was helpful. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger