Question about Mitsubishi Passenger
I can't be 100% sure without testing the vehicle with a scanner, but just by symptoms it sounds like it is running too rich. So there are quite a few things to check that can cause this kind of situation, throttle position sensor, oxygen sensor, injectors, etc. Start with the easiest to test and less costly to replace, IE the throttle position sensor. Also, timing might be off because of a defective, worn or dirty crank position sensor/ring. The best bet would really be to get a mechanic with a real scanner to verify the data the car's computer is giving out to see if all the sensor readings are normal or not, and give you a better idea of where the problem is. Also, if you're really savvy but just don't have a scanner, you can always get a 20-30$ USB to OBD2 reader off the internet. I use one with an ELM327 based chipset and works great on any computer with win xp or better, you just to need to find good software to go with it, cause they only give you a demo on the CD that comes with it, but you can find decent stuff on the internet on the torrent side of things, is you know what i mean. :p
Posted on Jan 04, 2014
Testimonial: "sorry this the first thing i thought of have had it pluged into a scanner and the vehicle has no codes have also removed the timing covers and all timing marks line up have also removed the egr valve and cleaned it out also so are at a bit of a dead end but thankyou for your advise"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your torque convrtoer is shot. it is the at the front of the tranny to transfer motion from fly wheel ( engine side) to the trans. its a fairly cheap and easy fix.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
the correct transmission fluid is ATF+4, any other trans fluid will spoil the transmission.
i use platinum spark plugs in my engine, works great.
Posted on May 08, 2009
I have newly purchased a RVR with an engine 4g93 I noticed that there is Turbo or intercoler 4g93T, my I ask if it is possible to convert my engine from 4g93 to 4g93T? pls. advice me ASAP, thanks to you all
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
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