Question about Mitsubishi Cars & Trucks
Changed burned ignition coil , after only 70 km same problem again ?? please help!! thank you
Check that you are fitting the correct voltage coils into the vehicle . There are 2 voltages . One is a start 12 v run 12volts and the other is start12v run 7.5 volts . It uses a resistor either in the coil or the wire from the ignition. The voltages are stamped into the coil housing. If you have a start 12v run 7.5 and it is burning then check that there is 7.5 volts on the run circuit and not 12 volts. Second point do not leave the ignition turned on to run accessories when the engine is not running as the coil will still get voltage continuously instead of a pulse and will overheat and burn out. Use the accessories side of the switch position.
Posted on Nov 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
No, timing chains are not expected to be replaced periodically like belts. Ocassionally they get noisey at high mileages and require a new tensioner pad but usually the chain is OK with a new pad
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
SOURCE: head torque settings
The torque is 90 foot lbs, and they want you to use new bolts, the old ones are stretched and CAN NOT be reused, tighten 20 lbs at a time in proper sequence as outlined in service manual.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
Does it use any oil, or lose any coolant? If not, do you make a lot of short trips, then shut it off by chance? If your not using oil, or coolant, then I'd say take it on a long drive at highway speeds to drive out the moisture laying in your exhaust system. Recently had a muffler go on wife's car that does a lot of short trips, and old muffler was almost full of water from condensation and obviously poor exhaust design, that allowed it to build up like that. Took it next night on trip about an hour away. Every time I took off, or passed a car, white smoke rolled out the back. On way home, it stopped and cleared up.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
SOURCE: My 1994 Chevy Silverado 5.7
This misfire could be an intake valve or exhaust valve stuck open. Remove spark plug, and use a fiber optic camera to look in the chambers to look at the valves. It could be a bent valve or badly worn edge of a valve or simply a build up of carbon debris. I own a 95 Jimmy with a V6 Vortec and it has the same problem with a miss. mine is a bad valve, I hope yours is something small, but I hope it helps anyhow.
Posted on Jan 06, 2011
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