Can anyone tell me where to find the oil filter. I just bought the car and can't find the oil filter. Also what sort of oil is used in these cars. I live in Australia and there is no information about them and Mitsubishi here don't know anything about them either!!!!!!!!!!!! I would appreciate any help I can get please. Thanks Brendon
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start with 3 liters oil. Start engine at least for two minutes fill up oil filter. Turn off engine and check oil level. Keep adding with engine off until full reading on dip stick guage. keep record of oil added for future reference. Make sure oil API is at least SL
Yes there is. if it leaks, find out where. You may have engine damage from running the car out of oil. You say it leaks from the oil pump, same as before? was the oil pump replaced? Sounds like a pressure fed leak, so it should be easy to find.
My wife and I bought a 2009 Borrego with the 3.8 lt. engine. On start up the engine knocks for about 3 sec's. This happens cold,more so, and warm. Anyone have the same problem??? Service Manager says it's ok. Thought?
it should be in the housing that the oil filter screws on to. it is mechanical, and kicks in when the oil filter gets blocked up. make shure you have the right oil filter. try putting on a new oil filter
for a normal tune up, the only thing you can change are, fuel filter, oil filter and oil, cabin filters, transmission oil filter and trans oil, and spark plugs. The other (tune items) such as spark plug wires and points, and timing settings are either eliminated or non adjustable. If you have the equipment you can do a computer check, but if the truck is running well it probably won't tell you much.