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I need to know the firing order for my 1992 mitsubishi lancer gsr. engine is a 4g93

1.8 dohc turbo. plz sum1 help lol

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SOURCE: 1992 Mitsubishi Lancer GSR, 4wd 1.8 dohc turbo, cd5a, 4g93-t engine.

first thing to do is remove spark plugs and if they smell really fuely you will need to change them if that doesnt help you will need to get the microtech tuned for a good coldstart , this depends on if its running stand alone or as a piggy back
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SOURCE: Mitsubishi lancer gsr 92,dohc turbo 1.8 4wd,cd5a chassis, 4g93-t engine.

yea sound like turbo problem get rid of it

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please leave feedback.

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