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Mitsubishi Delica 1997

I had heated engine 2 times until red range.
Now its process of starting is very difficulte. Starter works, but engine starting is so far. There are some stranger noise from the engine.
Smoke from chimney is white and much.

How can I fix my car?

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Hello!
I'm sorry to be the bearer of Bad Tidings but it appears either the Cylinder Head is warped or possibly Head gasket blown. I noticed in your brief description you Boiled the engine i.e. took it into the Red Zone Twice.
(Please I'm only trying to suggest possibilities and solutions so I ask Not to take this the wrong way or get annoyed with me I'm only here to help.)
O.k. Is it a 4D51 or 4D56 Diesel engine? Or the Petrol equivalent?
If Diesel? overheated severely this can soften the the piston rings causing Low compression hence poor starting if Petrol then maybe Water is seeping into the Cylinders weakening combustion of the fuel.(You really shouldn't try using/starting as more damage may ensue)
Either way major Surgery is required possibly a little more involved than you are possibly expecting,Before the engine can return to normal you MAY? need to replace Piston rings? after the cylnder head is removed then pressure tested. If o.k skimmed before replacing with New gaskets and all engine fluids.
Again I really am sorry I apologise profusely for not providing a easy quick fix for you? but at least you'll be in the Know and not get riped off by scoundrel Cowboy's.
Good Luck and Hapy New Year!
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Mate there is no way to say this
you have stuffed just about everything in your motor valves bearings seals etc.
you might be able to get it rebuilt
the motor will have no compression and no guts i think it is dead by the sounds of it
the red zone normally means bye you should never run a car near the red zone what so ever as this causes so much damage and as you have done it twice the motor has suffered severe damage
my mother did the same thing with her pulsar it ended up the motor was a different shape in side
you most likely need a new motor get a rebuilt one its cheaper and cause its been rebuilt it will be like a new motor

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