Question about 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
what do you mean with 'bad valve cover' ?I asume it is leaking oil.it means that the rubber seal is not sealing anymore,it has gone hard.tighten the cover bolts sometimes seals it for a while.to get to the rubber seals the inlet manifold has to be unbolted and moved,a fairly involved procedure but easy to do if you have a manual and standard handtools.The misfiring is likely stray arching of the coils .remove the top plastic cover of the motor andlook when it is very dark [like lightsof in your garage] and look for sparking.If so ,replace sparkplugs or/and leads.[remove inlet manifold also]Tapping lifter,works with oil,try engine oil flush and/or change oil brande.if problem persist replace lifter,lifter undervalve cover
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
Yes you will need a gasket and if you go to the parts store they will sell you what you need. Just tell them what you have and they will give you the filter and gasket. I am not real sure on this year if there is a bolt holding the filter in place and I have looked in all my books on this one but can't seem to find out. If there is a bolt there will only be one more then likely but i really dont think you have a bolt. Just take the pan down and see if you can gently pull down the filter. Most of the time they are just up there with a O-Ring to hold them in.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
test to make shore you ignition coil is working" unplug any plug wire and then try starting it...you should her the ticking from the ark of electrisity from the coil to the engine block its self... first: be shore youve connected the spark plug wires in to the right slots on the ignition coil second: make shore the wiring harness just upstream from the air filter is connected"without it my montero want start" third:make shore all harmesses are connected and tight.... forth: now turn the car on..but dont start it.. and see if the check engine light goes off.... fifth:try giving it a lil bet of gas when trying to start..... thats all i can think of, srry for spelling...hope it helps
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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