Question about 2001 Mitsubishi Galant
With a compression of 150 psi the timing belt will be in the right place so that can be eliminated . you need 3 things to make an engine run they are compression ( which you have plenty of --- fuel you can hear the pump but are you getting pressure in the fuel manifold and lastly spark. So have a pressure test done on the fuel manifold top check for pressure regulator --pump/ filter faults . Next check for spark at a plug lead. Check that the injectors are working . Missing just 1 of the 3 will not run an engine.
Posted on Feb 09, 2014
Testimonial: "Thanks bill for your help and clarifying on timming belt but im confused on spark plug issue I've removed spark plug and pluged in on spark plug wire and placed on metal ground and cranked engine there is spark presant in lead to ground done all four and as for gas or pressure while cranking I later removed spark plugs and are wet with fuel do you still think its fuel pressure regulater"
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