Question about 1997 Mitsubishi Magna
Depends on why you want to remove it.
If for instance you have a siezed alternator preventing the starter motor from starting the engine, (not uncommon), - and you just want to "get the Magna home from the shops", or get to the nearest repair shop, do what the Australian Road Service operarors do, and cut it off with a pair of cable sheers or a sharp trimming knife. Watch the temperature guage on the way home though. Shut it down and park it somewhere to let it cool completely before starting out again as soon as the temperature gets above your normal running temperature. Without the fan and waterpump running, the engine temperature will skyrocket, and you'll be up for replacement if you cook it.
If you are needing to replace it yourself, - you've got quite a bit of dismantling work to get it out, and a new one in. If you haven't done this sort of thing before, - get a service manual, and definitely don't attempt this with a hot engine. You'll burn yourself.
Posted on Feb 22, 2012
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