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1991 Isuzu PU

05/03/2012 3:04 AM

i have a 1991 isuzu pu it has a 2.6 fuel injected motor in it. i went an bought a 2.6 carbrator motor from the junk yard if i take the fuel injection off can i convert it over to the carbrator motor an need a little more help.....IS THERE ANYONE ON HERE THAT CAN SEND ME A DIAGRAM ON HOW TO HOOK EVERYTHING BACK UP I HAVE WENT THREW HIGH HELL TO TRY AN FIND SOME PICS BUT NEVER COULD THANKS IF YA CAN HEL ME.

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05/03/2012 7:03 AM
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Re: 1991 Isuzu PU

05/03/2012 1:12 PM

You should have all of the information you need in front of you. Compare everything that is bolted to the FI motor, and see if there is a place to bolt it on the non FI motor. There are additional sensors used for FI that might not be on the other motor. Cam and crank sensors are the hard ones to add. Good luck, and welcome.

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