Question about Mitsubishi Passenger
A vehicle fuel system including a main fuel tank and an auxiliary fuel
tank each of which are supplied form a single fuel filler neck and
filler pipe having a crossover portion between branch portions, each
connected to a fuel opening located on the horizontal centerline of each
tank. A suction line in each tank communicates with a solenoid operated
fuel selector valve that selectively connects each of the suction lines
to a fuel pump. Fuel is drawn from the main suction line and the fill
pipe crossover to equalize fuel level in each of the tanks and to
automatically maintain a fuel reserve in the auxiliary tank at a minimum
fuel level. A suction line to auxiliary power systems on the vehicle is
connected to the main tank and a vent system is connected to the pair
of tanks to maintain the tanks vented upon fore and aft tilting movement
thereof from the horizontal centerline with the crossover portion of
the fill pipe serving to maintain each of the tanks connected to a
vented space irrespective of the tilt attitudes of the tanks.
A dual fuel tank system for a vehicle including a fill limiter tee disposed in the fill limiter line of the main fuel tank through which fuel is transferred from the auxiliary tank to the main tank and fluid can flow between the two tanks.
A dual fuel tank (10) including first fuel tank (12) and a second fuel tank (14). A single fuel hose (16) allows fuel to enter the first fuel tank (12) from an outside source. When the fuel level in the first fuel tank (12) reaches an overflow level (17), fuel passes through a transfer tube (18) from the first fuel tank (12) into the second fuel tank (14). A transfer fuel pump (20) communicates fuel from the second fuel tank (14) to the first fuel tank (16) such that the level of fuel in the first tank (12) is maximized relative to the available fuel in the system. A main fuel pump (22) communicates fuel from the first fuel pump (12) to a remote target (24). In this way the fuel is available from a single location within the dual fuel tank (10) at a wider range of angles of vehicle travel (check sample pic).
Don't want to alarm you (or anyone else for that matter) but I was looking at some posts on the Oz site about the ATF fluid and a number of people (including one who sounds like he works for Mitsu) are adamant that you should only use Genuine Mitsi fluid (Dia Queen ATF-SP) If you do a web search on the the Mitsu stuff you will see that it has a different friction coefficient to Dexron III and whilst the Mitsu stuff is Dexron III compliant it isn't true to say all Dexron III oils meet the SP standard.
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Posted on Mar 11, 2011
Here is a service manual for the 4D56 Turbo: http://www.4shared.com/document/UCcdqMrC/1991-1993_4D56_Service_Manual.html
Here is a service manual for the 4D56 Turbo Automatic Transmission: http://www.4shared.com/document/DQZi8btx/4D56_Turbo_Automatic_Transmiss.html
Dextron/Mercon III should work fine in your transmission.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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