Question about 1991 Mitsubishi 3000GT
Hi, since I had the delimiter fitted to my 1991 gto, the rev counter went dodgy and inconsistent before failing all together. Anyone have any ideas on what I can check the delimiter wires all look perfectly ok from what I can see. They were wired into the gearboxc sender unit.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds more like the oil pump... two things... first I wouldn't be driving that vehicle untill it's been fixed....second how many miles on the jeep ?
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
Take off Drivers side wheel, remove plastic inner fenders (two pieces - one has six screws and the other is held in with two 12mm bolts - one is hidden up front behind the first plastic cover you remove). Relieve tension from A/C belt (slacken centre nut on tensioner and then using a 12mm ratchet wrench, crank the tensioner in), relieve tension on power steering belt (loosen both bracket bolts and then remove the outer bolt and slide pump up on the arm), place 22mm deep socket on crankshaft pulley and wedge breaker bar on the frame (to the front of the car) and then crank the engine to break the centre bolt. Relieve tension on Timing belt. Remove the crankshaft pulley and tensioner, the crankshaft sensor is located behind the crankshaft pulley. Installation is the reverse of removal, except you have to make sure you put the timing belt back on exactly where it came off (mark the belt and toothed pulley before you pull the belt off) AND you have to pop the tensioner back on so it has the same tension as when you started (the tensioner pops into itself and is spring loaded, held in place with pin/panel pin/small nail while you're working it. Good luck. If you are lost on this, or are asking this because you aren't handy under the hood, leave it to a garage, you will do major damage to your car if you mess up the timing.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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