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2003 MITSUBISHI LANCER NO SPARK NO FUEL. FUSES GOOD, COMPUTER RESET, NEW MAP SENSOR, NEW CAM SENSOR, TIMING BELT WORN WAS REPLACED,- MAY HAVE JUMPED TIME, TWO VALVES STUCK BUT REPAIRED, LIFTERS REPLACED, STILL NOTHING . NO SPARK

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Check distributor rotor and cap and the distributor

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SOURCE: Lancer 02 Timing Belt

at least 90,000 kilometers

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SOURCE: Timing Belt

haines/ chilton/ mitchell repair manual. but if you are not the mechanically inclined, take it to a pro. it is possible to more harm than good.

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SOURCE: 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer

cant tell u how to replace the belt its eith in the engin or on the sidewith a cover over timing belt that is.. to set timinmg when your pistons are fully at top of engine turn back 1/8 of a turn right bf top dead center.. valve chould be closed on 1first clyder if not then this means your on the second strock..has to be on first stroke..turn over again then set piston at top with valve closed..your cam should fall in place..note if u remove the cam MAKE SURE U MARK THE CAP TO THE POSTION AND DIRECTION YOU TOOK IT OFF>> if not you will end up with a warped cam and rod caps wore and warped..

Posted on Oct 12, 2008

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SOURCE: my 2000 mitsubishi galant es went dead, motor will turn over but

do you have spark? How do you know if your timing belt is good? sometimes it doesnt break just shed the teeth which could be missing under the crankshaft. The best way to check is to have two people. have one try to start the car and see if the camshaft is actually spinning. The crankshaft will always turn but if the teeth are gone on timing belt this would cause the belt to stay in one position not moving the camshaft. so if you can remove the upper timing belt cover and do this quick inspection with someone that will tell you for sure. if it does look like it is spinning then by hand turn engine very slowly with plug coil wires removed. and make sure teeth are all there. It couldve jumped timing. (valve timing)

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SOURCE: 2001 Galant ES-V6 DTC is P0304 - Cylinder #4 misfire

look for weak valve springs.

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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