Question about Mitsubishi Galant
try resetting the base idle,disconnect the battery,leave for ten minutes,reconnect the battery,start the car and do not rev the engine for ten minutes.hope this helps
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
Mitsubishi, by experience seem to run fine on universal lambda sensors.
If your wire colours are:
2 Blacks, 1 Blue & 1 White
2 White, 1 Grey & 1 Black
Then it will be standard Zirconia. Just buy a 4 wire uni- zircona sensor.
If you are UK the part number is 86400
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
Your catalytic convertor is clogged you have to change before is damages ur o2 sensors
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
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I suggest calling around to salvage / junk yards in your area and see if they have one or more of these vehicles. If there are none in your area, then search online for used parts. There a many salvage yards that advertise online. I have used this solution to find parts for my cars until a salvage yard opened in my area.
I searched online and there are numerous sites that offer downloads of the workshop manual if that will work for you. You would either have to view as a PDF or print the manual.
Good luck, Jim
Posted on Feb 21, 2011
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