I have a 1993 1.6 SOHC Storm. Usually once per drive, it will cut out. The check engine lite comes on, as though it had stalled. Then it re-starts (I think because it is in gear). And all is well. It lasts probably less than a second. I changed the plugs, wires, cap and rotor. I noticed the rotor was rusty and hard to remove. This worked for a while. Then it started again. Took to a mechanic who did the same thing I did (although he charged $100). I have noticed corrosion on battery terminals. I cleaned that, and all the other wires I could see. Any ideas???
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I believe this is for 1.8L engine, serpentine belt. If you have a different belt for each component, that is a different issue? With multiple belts, the component usually has a pivot bolt, you loosen the bolt, then move the component to release or increase tension on the belt, then tighten the bolt.
With a serpentine belt, the tensioner does that for you.
you would have to have diagrams of each car.
is the motor mounts in the same location, is the the transmission bolt up in the same place, if it rear wheel drive is the drive line same distance, if it front drive car, will all the linkages connect, or in the right location, steering wheel layout the same, is the tires and wheels the same, are the same height off the ground, are both engine same demention, same whight, will the hood close right, the wiring will have to be done too., this list goes on.
storm what engine? 4xe1 or 4xf1 SOHC or DOHC (twin cam)?
its really an Isuzu Impulse in snack skins (badges)
does test fuel run engine? that is step 2.
if the cam timing belt slips, the DOHC goes boom.
the SOHC engine belt slip,cause no starts, due to huge
compression drop, and fails the test fuel tests.
SOHC, keyon, 30-46PSI
same for both. engines
but as all mPI engines it drop running at idle.
and rises at WOT> (FPR actions most work right running) ask
but its no running
ever do a 60,000 interval tuneup with a new cam belt.
There is no way they would leave you stuck with the engine!! However, the odds are that it should fit. First check the flywheel or flex plate. [Not sure if its a auto or manual.] If they bolt on, your are into installing the engine! Good Luck with it! Frankster016