Question about 1990 Mitsubishi Galant
Have a 1990 Gallant GSX that has a "Welded-In" (actually heavy carbon Build-up) and it won't Turn, to take it out, to replace.
HOW? do I get it out without damaging the Threads?
the Car has already been in the Shop twice, and BOTH shops won't do what it takes to get it out, since they are worried that the whole Manifold will have to come off the repair the damaged threads....Got to be another Solution??
Try cranking the car and letting it get to normal operating temp. then spray it with wd-40 if you have a sensor removal socket try to take out the sensor. good luck
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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