Question about Mitsubishi Passenger
After leaving the key on until I flattened the battery, my car has not been idiling without stalling. It starts well and idles better when cold, but wont idle when you stop at a stop sign etc. I put a new battery in as the other started to show signs of age. It seems as though I have low octane fuel in it or dirty fuel, but I used two fresh tanks of 95 fuel and two bottles of fuel injector cleaner but no better. Please can you advise. Gordon
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
205 is the width in mm. 65 is the hight of the sidewall (.65x205=133.25mm)65 percent of the with. 15 is the diamater in inches of the rim (tire hole) for example if you keep the same rims 205 75 15 would be the same width but slightly taller.
215 65 15 is wider and taller as 65% of 215 is 139.75 millimeters. if you go to 16 or 17 inch rims u can get much bigger. the width of the tire must not rub on the insides of the fenders. the hight must not contact the top of fender taking in consideration the suspension. u can look for car clubs of that model and chat with the members.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
SOURCE: I have a 98 mitsibishi
I think it is blue oil smoke that you are describing, indicating internal engine wear of piston rings and/or valve guides leaking excessive oil.
Usually, this occurs to high mileage vehicles, or vehicles which haven't had regular oil changes every 3,000 mi. for the life of the engine.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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You say that it attempts but fails. If it turns over, at a normal speed and tries to start and doesn't, check that the fuel is good and new fuel. Not fuel that has been in the tank for a long time. Check the fuel filter to see if it is clogged, Check the fuel injectors to see if they are all spraying fuel and there is enough pressure in the fuel lines. Check fuel pump for proper fuel pressure. High mileage engines check for compression in each cylinder. Possible bad ignition wires or ignition timing is off. Has the engine been steam cleaned recently. Is there water in the fuel? This gives you some things to check. Good luck.
Posted on Feb 22, 2011
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