Mitsubishi3000gt1992 keeps cutting off when driving has over 150m
Do you think its because of the wires& sparksplug need to be change it sounds like its popping and doing a lot of back firing somke is coming from exhaust of dual pipes its sluggish and hesitates stop and go like do i need a complete tune up distubutor wires pluggs check the fuel line pump or is it something wrong with oxygen sonsor or catylte converter
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the wires can get cut by the seat movement, these could be the wiring for heated seat that was an extra on some models. the motors can become stuck or even strip a cog. if its stopped working but fuse is fine i would think the bushes in the motor have gone you maybe able to change thes i think this part is still available if not it could be a new motor need, but befor this check the switch for the seat these are a common fault over time, you will need a meter to test the switch check its working and has power. you may need some help to do the next part. to check there is power to the motor while its out use a meter and check the volts at the motor plug and have some one press the switch in both directions. if there is power then the motor is at fault.
your either going to have to either get a new harness or go to the junkyard and cut one out and resplice. get a haynes or chilton for the lincoln now and study the wiring or go to autozone for colors(its free to sign up and look stuff up) your going to have to find the harness in the trunk and figure out where the short occured along the line. sounds like someone prob put a 30 amp in the brake lights and cooked that wire. you may have to make a new dedicated brake light line with a relay out of a fog light set or eqivalent. I wouldnt use the old brake light wire. carry a fire extinguisher now. dont drive it with a cooked harness. if its a 3.8 v6 keep the oil changed and buy an upscale filter(wix) .
Not sure of the mileage requirement for a timing belt change, but the problem could be multiple things, many of which a tune up would find & repair:
Plugs & Plug wires
Any of the emissions systems
If fuel filter or air filter are due for replacement, can start there relatively cheap.
How many miles total on vehicle? How many miles since any major work or tuneup? Has timing belt ever been changed & if so, when?
Does sound go away totally when driving? Try driving along side a wall, where the sound can bounce back at you, with windows open, radio & A/C off, to see if you hear anything. Wondering about exhaust system leaks.
Need more information to determine more likely causes.