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A strange combination of symptoms 200 1988

Most likely the '93 engine has all the '88 management, given the job of swapping the electronics is considerable.

The '88 used Chrysler/Volvo ignition, timed at the dizzy. You can recognize it's control unit attached at the washer bottle. The '93's dizzy has no wires except the high voltage plug wires, and is timed at the flywheel.

Also, you'll find the '88 had a three-pin idle air valve and its hot-wire AMM had a CO adjustment, where the '93 has a two-pin valve and no adjustment for the AMM, and if the LH2.4 came with the '93 there will be an OBD-1 diagnostic box on the left strut tower for emissions codes.

Best book for these cars aside from the factory manuals is Bentley.

I'm afraid anything made after 1980 begs a little interest in electrical, or it is just guesswork.

--
Art Benstein near Baltimore

Venison for dinner again? Oh deer!






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