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91 Justy project

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#1 extex


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Posted 12 September 2003 - 02:38 PM

I just got a 91 Justy for my son it has a 3 cyd 1.2L and ECTV. I have to replace the engine but it came with a spare engine. The problem is the spare is not a fuel injected engine and the original is what problems do I need to look out for and where can I find a complete gasket kit that doesn't cost more than the car:banghead:

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Posted 12 September 2003 - 04:33 PM

The big difference between the Fi justy engine and the carb justy engine, is the clinder head. What you'll need to do is take the head from the bad engine and put it on the good one, then use everything else from the Fi engine when you put things back together. While you're at it, replace things like the warter pump and timing belt.

I do have some bad news, the ECVT dose not hold together very well, when it take a dive you're best off to convert to a 5-speed.

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Posted 12 September 2003 - 05:08 PM

I noticed the differance in the head and plan on going through it is there any way to test the ECVT before putting it back in. Also what would you recomend for books to use I have a chiltons but it seems to fall way short for someone with no front wheel; drive experienance. I also cannot find any place that has parts for the 1.2

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