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I have a mitsubishi galant ms 1989 1.8L SOHC with the 4g37 fuel injected motor. I am having overheating propblems and I can't get it sorted. The car is building up an air lock in the top radiator


building up air /pressure in the radiator is a head gasket problem so have a compression test done to check it
if the gasket was place incorrectly , it could be blocking a water hole between head and block
If the head stud holes were not cleaned out properly , the studs could be bottoming out and not getting the proper tension on the head
if you did not use the proper rotation and sequence in tightening the head down it will leak at the head
if you have a viscous fan hub ( fan clutch ) it could be faulty ( overheating at lights , slow traffic, high engine rpms)
if you have electric fan , could be a coolant temp sensor, fuses or fan relay

Mar 18, 2017 | Mitsubishi Cars & Trucks

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Ice building up on the coils of the indoor unit


This happens when the charge is low.(you have a leak somewhere).

May 27, 2012 | Mitsubishi MS-A12WA Air Conditioner

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My Mitsubishi Mister Slim MS 15nn is a wall model and is suddenly leaking a ton when turned on. Is this a drain problem and where is the drain located?


Look at the unit on the wall there is a panel on the bottom take the screws out and remove this panel. There is a drain float and a pump in here disconnect power to the unit and take a part the drain and you will see a screen that is probably clogged clean it. If its all clear get a new pump and float this will solve the issue as well.

Aug 12, 2011 | Mitsubishi Heating & Cooling

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Some times suctun line ice forming but gas is ok hy?


icing bad or just abit? its normal to have water on it if its icing under the black foam insulation you have a gas problem gas leak, or a fan not working

Nov 10, 2010 | Mitsubishi MS-A09WA Split System Air...

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I have a Mitsubishi MS-a12-wa Mr Slim. I have a mouse caught between the grill and the unit of the outdoor unit. How do I remove the plastic grill from the unit. It looks like there may be tabs but I do...


Hi,
Here is where you can find all the info you will ever need about Mitsubishi Air Conditioning units...
Check out this tip that I wrote about that...

Mitsubishi Air Conditioner Troubleshooting and Repair
http://www.fixya.com/support/r5643983-mitsubishi_air_conditioner

heatman101

Aug 15, 2010 | Mitsubishi MS-A12WA Air Conditioner

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We have 1997 mitsubishi verada and underneath the front of car where the bottom wish bones go through a rubber bush there is a clear fluid dripping out can u tell me if there are some bushers with silicon...


No silicon in the bushings chances are you have a coolant leak or some other liquid is leaking from the engine onto the bushing, look for the leak it should be directly above the bushing.

Dec 07, 2009 | 1987 Mitsubishi Passenger

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Condensation tubes clogged and leaking into house


there usually blocked at the trap ,hook up a shop vac on the line outside try to **** it through if this doesn't work blow it back to the inside evap unit

Apr 10, 2009 | Mitsubishi Heating & Cooling

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Split HVAC does not achieve requested temperature


If is heating on outside temp must bee max 5 degree
Celsius.If leak inside unit then check drain hose.

Feb 15, 2009 | Mitsubishi MS-A09WA Split System Air...

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