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Whats the chassis number for a 4g93t GSR??

A new engine was put into the 1992 Mitsi Lancer GSR 4g93ah1565.I am needing either a new tensioner or cambelt but nobody can give me any answers without the chassis number which I can't seem to find the correct one for that engine.Can anyone help?? please email: mitsi4life@windowslive.com

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SOURCE: 1992 Mitsubishi Lancer GSR, 4wd 1.8 dohc turbo, cd5a, 4g93-t engine.

first thing to do is remove spark plugs and if they smell really fuely you will need to change them if that doesnt help you will need to get the microtech tuned for a good coldstart , this depends on if its running stand alone or as a piggy back
cheers.
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Posted on Jun 30, 2008

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SOURCE: 1992 lancer gsr 1.8 dohc turbo. 4g93t eng cd5a chassis. start trouble shoot

9.3 is a really dead battery - replace it and check the alternator. I have seen them go bad with no dash indication. As to the oil being black, you may have worn piston rings, and probably need an engine re-build. Worn rings allow the exhaust of the engine contaminate the oil - you should also see increased oil consumption due to the vapors exiting via the PCV valve and being burned in the engine.

Posted on Jul 02, 2008

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SOURCE: 1992 Mitsubishi Lancer GSR,4g93t engine,1.8 Dohc turbo,cd5a chassis

have you check ignition system sounds like ignition module.Also  pull the boost pack and reduce fuel pressure and see if fault still exsist. Is the car running standed ecu?

Posted on Aug 24, 2008

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SOURCE: Mitsubishi lancer gsr 92,dohc turbo 1.8 4wd,cd5a chassis, 4g93-t engine.

yea sound like turbo problem get rid of it

Posted on Oct 12, 2008

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SOURCE: 1992 Mitsubishi Lancer GSR,1.8 Dohc Turbo, CD5A chassis,4g93t engine,5spd

it could be your ignition leads or the spark plugs. check them and buy some new spark plugs because if the gap isnt right then it can have trouble when idling or pulling away.

If this does not work it could be dirty fuel injectors or fuel system.

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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SOURCE: 1993 mitsi lancer 4g93t cd5a, installing manual boost controller

I'm not too sure if those are setup like the Eclipse turbo engines, but those cars came stock with a BCS(boost control solenoid). That solenoid maintained the stock boost on those cars. In the eclipses, you would have to leave the electrical part of that solenoid connected, yet remove the vaccuum hoses to install a boost controller.

I really hate hot linking to other URLs, but I think this guide will help you out a lot.

Boost Controller Installation

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1993 mitsi lancer 4g93t cd5a, installing manual boost controller


I'm not too sure if those are setup like the Eclipse turbo engines, but those cars came stock with a BCS(boost control solenoid). That solenoid maintained the stock boost on those cars. In the eclipses, you would have to leave the electrical part of that solenoid connected, yet remove the vaccuum hoses to install a boost controller.

I really hate hot linking to other URLs, but I think this guide will help you out a lot.

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1992 Mitsubishi Lancer GSR, 4wd 1.8 dohc turbo, cd5a, 4g93-t engine.


first thing to do is remove spark plugs and if they smell really fuely you will need to change them if that doesnt help you will need to get the microtech tuned for a good coldstart , this depends on if its running stand alone or as a piggy back
cheers.
please leave feedback.

Jun 30, 2008 | 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer

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1992 lancer gsr 1.8 dohc turbo. 4g93t eng cd5a chassis. start trouble shoot


9.3 is a really dead battery - replace it and check the alternator. I have seen them go bad with no dash indication. As to the oil being black, you may have worn piston rings, and probably need an engine re-build. Worn rings allow the exhaust of the engine contaminate the oil - you should also see increased oil consumption due to the vapors exiting via the PCV valve and being burned in the engine.

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