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1992 Mitsubishi Lancer GSR,4g93t engine,1.8 Dohc turbo

Thanx 01Wrench01, check eng light hasn't come on, i don't know if the injectors are after market or not but it is running an after market Microtech ltx8 ecu, if that helps? :) . The wastegate has a screamer pipe that dumps into the atmosphere, i'll check the air filter & plugs. oil level is good, abit black from running rich i think, coolant/water is fine, prior to this, the car would sputter (like a cold start sputter) every now and then when driving but would come right if I gave it more gas. I appreciate the help, you've been awesome, i shall check the other things you asked about & get back to you. Thanx

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  • ctk one
    ctk one Jun 19, 2008


    oh also, in regards to the fuel pressure regulator reading, I read 40 psi off the fuel reg gauge pictured in pic above..top right hand corner.

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    ctk one Jun 30, 2008

    Hi 01Wrench01, still a few problems, engine light does not come on at all, i've checked the wiring and all seems in tact, oil had been changed 3-4 months ago but is black from car running rich, its cranking & has turned over but pops & splutters battery has run flat now (sitting at 9.3v on my volt meter).

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