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How much atf do I put into a Mitsubishi Magna executive 1996 v6 when completely dry

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If you mean when you dipstick is completely dry, there is no sure way to know exactly how much is needed. even when the stick is dry there is still some in the pan so no telling exactly how much is beyond the stick. Safe bet is you will need at least two quarts of fluid. Add 1/4 quart at a time until you see something on the stick. From there at smaller amounts till it gets to the normal range. Keep in mind that you should be at normal operating temp so once it is close, drive the car for a few minutes then check and add more if needed to get to the "hot" fill range on the stick.

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SOURCE: need wiring diagram for radio player in a 1996 mitsubishi Magna

i have a 96 te magna workshop manual at home as i no longer have the car its yours if u want it my email is [email protected]

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SOURCE: Can't find the transmission drain plug?

m8 there is no drain plug for auto or manual on the box. you have to completely take the pan off, clean it, put new gasket and silicone

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SOURCE: Wiring trailer connection to Mitsubishi Magna te 1996

In case you weren't aware, you can buy an adapter that plugs into your harness in the area in front of rear bumper, up under vehicle, that will do all of what your trying to accomplish, with a whole lot less work, and they are not that expensive, plus you don't have to touch wires in behind panels etc. Does that sound good to you, or do you still want other instructions? Also, does this trailer have brakes that need to be hooked up as well in this plug? Sorry for all the questions but, want to make sure we get it right the first time. If no brakes on trailer, all you need is right signal, left signal, & running light working, and we need to know if your brake lights are same bulb as your signal lights.

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SOURCE: Mitsubishi 3L V6 engine knocking.

The knocking noise has to be a deep knocking noise if its the crank bearings . If the oil is very gooey the oil was never changed properly at the mileage or months as required. Also if the oil is thick as you state it must have 15,000 miles or more on this oil. 10,000 miles the oil will still be thin if never overheated. I suggest this engine be completely disassembled and inspected if you plan to keep it. You will find wear to more to it especially the cam shaft, lifters, rocker arm as so on. for the oil never lubricated the engine enough to save this engine

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SOURCE: magna tf v6 executive won't start. turns over got plenty of battery but no kick?? Help

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