Question about Mitsubishi 3000GT
Um.... I know this is way late, but with the 6G74's either clogged injectors or worn out O2 sensor (located just before the catalytic converter) are the most common causes of sluggish acceleration/ power loss.
Get the injectors inspected & ultrasonically cleaned as this will make them perform like new. You can buy an O2 sensor for these either at your local auto shop or on line. Best to get a professional to do both of these if you are not too savvy with car servicing.
Posted on Jan 30, 2013
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