Hi there, im not too good with car engines and stuff, can you please tell me how I can change and check all the necessary components in the engine like the engine oil, coolant, and any other oil that are important?
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The Mitsubishi uses a MFI relay that is located behind the glove box. They also hace a fuel pump check terminal there are 2 ways to use this terminal with key on engine off. Uses the tab to check to see if power is there. The other way to turn on the fuel pump with key off engine off,by applying power to the tab. The tab is located near the brake booster it is green in color.
95 octane is the only fuel available here in spain so if your not sure use the higher grade as 91 octane is what we used to use for very low compression engines like truck engines when i was young ,these low compression long stroke engines were used a lot in bygone years before the advent of the introduction of diesels in the late 60s
The intake is not a high torque part, it is usually just put down with normal ratchet tightness and alternating sequence of the bolts. You tighten stuff more than torque specs anyway by hand, you don't even know it. the only thing I have ever used my torque wrench on is the heads, and sometimes I don't even use it there. I always go back to check later anyway. Hope this helps.