Question about 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse
I have a major oil leak and radiator leak. I don't have the money to have someone fix the car right now, but I was wondering how difficult it would be with no experience to replace the radiator myself. It has a crack on the front top of the radiator. I tried using a glue that was recommended but it never worked. I also have a bad oil leak and I was told I need to replace the pan. Is it possible to do a home replacement on this too? I'm pretty desperate for some advice.
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you can find the documentation on your oil pan beginning on page 38
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Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unfortunately, this is not something you can fix yourself. You will need to take the car to either the dealer or a shop which specializes in fixing convertible tops, headliners, etc (commonly called an automotive trim shop) Most used car dealers have a trim shop that they can recommend.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
Check maf sensor and throttle body, intake leaks downstream of the maf. Could also be a clogged injector or fuel filter. If you have some carbon buildup a can of Seafoam in the gastank will help. Also would be a possible failing throttle position sensor
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Posted on Feb 06, 2009
There are 7 screws all together to remove the door pannel. First, you have to take off the hanlde for the door. the 2 plastic covers on the handle pop off revealing 2 screws on the top and bottom, remove those. then behind the the door handle on the inside, pull it as if you were to open it and there is a screw that you have to remove. Then there are 2 screws on either side of the door pannel, both are farily close to the top, remove those, and then its just a matter of popping the pannel off. start from the bottom, pop it off then slide it up. becarefull, after the door panel is free, there is a connection for the power doors and windows unhook that then the pannel will be free. after that the speaker will be right there and its common sense on removing that. good luck.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
There is a relay for your turn signals at the fuse block in the engine compartment,the wipers are on another circuit, if all the other wiper positions work,you got a bad switch
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
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