Question about Mitsubishi Cars & Trucks
You will have to purchase a book on Mitsubishis go to your local auto part store they should be able to help you out.
Posted on Apr 28, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
could be the fluid. if the clutch was worn out it would be doing the opposite of sticking. is the clutch pedal easier to push than normally?
Posted on Dec 04, 2010
Cam Shaft Sensor would be located on the top, front (radiator side of the engine housing). It will have a single lead wire hooked to it. If you have the part, it would be easier to confirm it's identity. Typically there is one 10 mm (about 1/2") bolt with a flat metal part which holds it in place. Use flashlight (even in the daytime, and you may have to peel some things back to get a good look to find this puppy.
Water sensor, should be near the thermostat housing on the block side of the engine, again a single wire leading to it.
Posted on Oct 03, 2011
Those shouldn't be too hard to change.
3/8 drive ratchet
6 inch extension
5/8 inch spark plug socket
gap tool for spark plugs (Autozone usually has them at the counter)
anti seize compound
torque wrench for tapered seat spark plug (beam style)
First you need to remove the spark plug wires from end of the spark plugs. To remove a wire/boot grab the boot at the top and twist it a couple of times to break the boot loose from the plug. Don't pull the boot out by the wire. Once it is loose pull up on the boot to remove the wire/boot. Take note of which wire goes where. If you have any damaged wires, wires that have white flash burns, boots that are contaminated with engine oil, or boots that are damaged you should replace the wires/boots as a set.
Put together your ratchet, extension, and socket. Remove the spark plugs by turning CCW.
Using the gap tool make sure that the gaps are set correctly on your plugs. All platinum and iridium plugs come pre-gapped and should be inspected before you purchase them at the counter. The gap specifications should be on the underhood sticker. It is probably .044 inch. If they are platinum or iridium plugs, it isn't recommended to use a coin or wire gap tool because you may damage the center electrode or ground strap points.
Apply a tiny amount of anti seize to the spark plug threads. The anti seize will aid in installation and removal later on. Carefully tighten the spark plug. If the plug you are installing is equipped with a crush washer, seat the plug, then tighten about 1/4 turn to crush the washer. If you are installing a tapered seat plug, tighten the plug with a torque wrench to specifications provided by the vehicle or plug manufacturer.
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Posted on Jun 15, 2012
SOURCE: 1999 mitsubishi mirage
it should be one serpentine belt and first you need to loosen the tension arm in order to take the belt off also a diagram could possibly still be there it will be right around the area where the hood latch is
Posted on May 27, 2013
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