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Yes I tend to agree with yada the first person who answered .
However you have a 92 mitsubishi the fuel pump could also be the issue .
You see if the fuel filter isn't changed it will damage the fuel pump over time .Yours is 22 years old its vary likely its had it
But it is vary well designed don't it away sometimes you have to spend some money .
And I would bet on their engineering to last any day compaired to China .
The fule filter is located in the engin compartment. Remove the air filter, and the compartment that houses it. Looking towards the fire-wall, and slightly down. The fule filter is located in the lower left. I suggest you purchase the fule filter first and this will help you find it. Use A LINE WRENCH too remove the bottom gas line. The top bolt can be removed with a scocked( all of these are Metric) The bottom one is a ******!!!
Relieve the fuel rail pressure by removing the fuel pump fuse, then cranking the engine for a few seconds until it is clearly not receiving any fuel. Next let off the pressure in the fuel tank by removing then replacing the fuel filler cap. Next unfasten the special connectors which join the fuel line to either side of the fuel filter and disconnect the lines, keeping a rag handy to catch the fuel which will spill out of the lines and filter. Remove the fuel filter mounting bracket bolts/screws then replace the filter.
Reassembly is the reverse of removal.