What fuel distribution box do i have
05-22-2012 01:17 AM
Hi there i will try to post a pic of my box soon
I have a fuel distribution block in a box at my house and was wondering how i am able to tell if it is CIS, CIS-e, MOTRONIC or any other different fuel set ups.
I know it is not digi
is there a number or plate that says something?
Any help will be appreciated thanks.
05-22-2012 01:28 PM
well, just by the material its made of, will give you an IDEA of what its for..
Originally Posted by mk2autox
if its cast iron, its either an early CIS-basic dizzy, or else it could even be a CIS-Lambda dizzy.
if its aluminum, then its for CIS-E/M
the 2 electronic versions of CIS were the only models to get an aluminum fuel dizzy..
and im talking about the actual fuel dizzy, the part where the fuel lines all hook up, not where the air intake hooks up to it.. the fuel dizzy and air sensor plate housing are separate pieces..
looking up the part number will be the best way to find out what it is tho.. just google the 9 (or 10) digit part number..