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My mitsubishi lancer 1998 engine sparkplug 1 and 4 are always get wet in oil

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Look to see if the gasket is leaking above the spark plug.

Posted on Nov 09, 2012

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SOURCE: 1997 mitsubishi lancer glxi

If i'm not mistaken the light beside the battery sign is the check engine light. this lights up if anything under the hood is not functioning the way it should. Unfortunately i cannot be more specific on this. It just means that you could be staring at a major repair, or your gas cap could be too loose (no kidding).

Well as you've mention your oil is dropping at a very fast rate then its a good place to start checking. You can check if your oil seals are ok and might as well check all the filters...oil filters, fule filters air filters.

Hope i have answered your question. Goodluck!

Posted on May 21, 2008

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SOURCE: grade of oil

That info would be in his owners manual, I couldn't find it because the car is so new there is little info available. PLEASE tell him NOT to THROW AWAY the manual!!!!! So many people ask questions on this site, and the info is in the original owners manual, but most people seem to toss them out. If u don't want the manual, mail it to me!! Let me know if u can't find the info.

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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SOURCE: I have a mitsubishi lancer,

You did not state the age or better yet the mileage on the car. The Lancer is a very good vehicle and 200,000 miles without even touching the engine is the norm. If you're doing over 150, 000 miles i would recommend the 5w50

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SOURCE: Mitsubishi Lancer 1.6l Glxi - 91 that wont start.

check/replace the fuel filter. the fuel pump is defective.

Posted on Dec 04, 2009

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