Question about Mitsubishi Cars & Trucks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the self adjust mechanism is made up of two pieces a pawl and ratchet. removing them is more awkward than difficult. you need to remove the clutch pedal by knocking out the pivot shaft that also supports the brake pedal just knock it out far enough to remove the clutch pedal after removing the clip. when the pedal is out you will see how it is assembled. the hardest part of the job is replacing the spring which is attached to the pedal this must be hooked back into the pedal last i find a strong piece of wire threaded through the hole in the pedal does the trick this is a job for someone who has some experience good luck
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
SOURCE: Misubishi L300 sliding door
Any year door between 1979 and present will do, the basic shell of the car - including doors - hasn't changed.
For a perfect fit of the trim you should get one from 79 to 86.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
SOURCE: I need a workshop manual
The mixture screw is located in a resessed hole just above the therma start plate at the rear of the carby. The rear of the carby faces away from the inlet manifold and you require a special tool to access this adjustment. The other screw adjustments on the carby and linkages are for idle, fast idle, and choke limits including those models with automatic (thermal type) choke mechanisms.
I would advise that if you make any adjustments to the mixture that you have the mixture checked using an exhaust gas analyser.However, as a general rule of thumb, screw the mixture adjustment all the way in until you feel it tighten but DO NOT FORCE IT !! the screw has a delicate needle valve on the end which will be damaged if the screw is forced beyond it's normal length of travel.
Unscrew the mixture screw a total of one and a quarter turns back out and then have the setting checked with a exhaust gas analyser. Too rich and not only is this expensive but will cause damage to spark plugs etc. Too lean a setting will cause a misfire which will damage valves and pistons.
Posted on Mar 08, 2011
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