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Old 08-05-2012, 04:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey Guys and gals,
Just picked up A 1.6L 16V for my 1994 Jimny Sierra.

As far as the conversion kit goes, does anyone have any suggestions which works better?

I also noticed that There is no power steering pump fort he 1.6 either. Can the 1.3 PS pump be rigged to the 1.6 16V?
How about the A/C, it would be nice to keep the AC but not if its too ugh work!

Any other suggestions are welcomed.
Thanks!
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I like the Petroworks kit but lowering the engine might give more problems with clearance to the sump if you're not running a lift.
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Hey Guys and gals,
Just picked up A 1.6L 16V for my 1994 Jimny Sierra.

As far as the conversion kit goes, does anyone have any suggestions which works better?

I also noticed that There is no power steering pump fort he 1.6 either. Can the 1.3 PS pump be rigged to the 1.6 16V?
How about the A/C, it would be nice to keep the AC but not if its too ugh work!

Any other suggestions are welcomed.
Thanks!
Is it missing the brackets? If it's the same 16V that is in the trackicks then the power steering bracket will be on the exhaust manifold side of the engine at the bottom and the lower A/C bracket is attached to the power steering bracket. The upper A/C bracket is bolted to the block. In that configuration you will have one belt for the alternator and water pump and another for the A/C and power steering.
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