Question about 2000 Mitsubishi Mirage
For months I've seen this small battery sized metal housing dangling further and further under the passenger side of behind the rear bumper cover until finally it started dragging while I was on the highway and i had nothing i could use to Cobb it together so I had cut all the connecting lines and rubber hoses to remove it. I had figured it was some sort filtration device. After looking in my Haynes manual it turns out its most likely the EVAP canister. Since I have removed this Device I have noticed no difference in performance or driveability. My question is, should I put the canister back on or am I going to have any additional issues. I'm assuming this will cause my check engine light to come on? Am I safe to leave it off for an unsaid amount of time while keep driving the car?
U may find that the car will not pass smog test if you have it where you live. U will be letting more smog into the air.
Posted on Apr 19, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
watch for leaks and follow them after you drive i would geuss checking your thermostate housing both parts, the hoses that go to the heater core by the throttle body and the hose that goes to the throttle body, im guessing this is the turbo, if it is a non turbo it would be a hoses the waterpump or the oring that goes into the waterpipe on the front of the block, just get in there and take a good luck and remember the rules of gravity =) good luck man and if you need any parts for it let me know we got alot of these parts cars out in our yard
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
If you are sure you have gotten all the bolts out then you may need to pry up on the lip of the valve cover with a flat blade screwdriver. Take care not to bend the valve cover too much. They sometimes get stuck pretty good. Good luck.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
The starter is located by the firewall under the exhaust manifold. It is very hard to get to. Raise the air filter assembly out of the way and you can get at it from the top. Good luck!!!
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
THe timing of the oil pump is irrelevent as no matter where it is timed as long as it is pumping oil. you must have a leak from a cam or crank seal or maybe the oil pressure sender. hope this helps. regards Ben.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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