Question about 1997 Mitsubishi 3000GT
Hi, I have had another engine fitted in my mitsubishi 1994 twin turbo since then, if you have to brake whilst the turbos are dumping the brake pedal goes to the floor, you have to pump it. also it has not moved for a good 6 months i got it going today, and the fans dont kick in and it over heats,and the over flow boils over, i took the termostat out and clean it, and boiled it up and it looked to be working, put it back together and still over heats and fan not working,
There should be a resevoir for the brakes that prevents that from happening... it's either not hooked up or leaking/failed. as for the fan.... locate the relay for the fan in the fuse panel engine compartment near the battery and replace it... if that doesn't work you need to do some troubleshooting ... starting with the fans actually working... to power to the sockets for the fans
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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