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Knock sensor is the type used with EZK ignition. Did this exact swap on an '87 744Ti in 2003. Difference is that I decided to use the B21/23 accessory brackets (and, since the AC was deader than a doornail, went non-AC), so did have to do some modifications to the B230FT harness to account for the alternator being on the passenger side, but the knock sensor that was already on the 119K mile longblock was plug 'n play.You will need to swap the ECT sensor for the 2.4 sensor and possibly, the knock sensor. That is such an early engine I don't know what Volvo was using for the knock sensor then. That engine might even have a single terminal sensor for the temperature gage. I would just swap the entire intake manifold with injectors and fuel rail and throttle body/TPS. Also, the IAC valve and hoses. Of course, you will use the 1991 engine harness. You will need a long coil wire to reach the block mount distributor.
Just send it as is...that's the point of getting a low-milage motor, so you don't have to take it apart.So should I pull the pistons and clean the carbon out of the grooves and install new rings? Or maybe just re-use the old ones?
I have an old piston here on my desk from a B234F and the rings have been removed. There is a lot of nasty build up on the pistons even after a parts wash bath.
I have searched using this parameter and I have had no luck.The set for a 1978-80 240.
Hmmm, sounds like it's actually a kit for a 1993-95 940, even though the coil on those cars is mounted to the driver's strut tower, like the B23FT coil.I have had no luck finding spark plug wires with a long king lead that will reach the coil on the passenger side strut tower.
I bought a set for AC Delco from RockAuto for 1984 760 Turbo. It came with two king leads, one is long enough, but I think its for a Regina car. It has a clip on one end, but it doens't snap onto the coil I have.
I have searched using this parameter and I have had no luck.
I measured the distance from the coil to the block mount dist location. I came up with about 30 inches. I may just make my own king lead from a kit.