Question about 1996 Mitsubishi Galant
Do you have a spark ? if not then check the crank angle sensor is not damaged as it often gets whacked when the belts get broken - run a fault code check if not sure as that will tell you straight away
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
You should check the compression. its the easiest way to make sure you didn't bend valves. alot of times when the 'B' belt breaks, it gets sandwiched between the 'A' belt and crank sprocket, causing it to jump time.
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
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Exploded view of the water pump mounting
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Do NOT use a prybar between the water pump housing and the engine block to separate the two components; this can cause scratches and/or gouges, which can prevent proper sealing.
Do not disassemble the water pump; if the water pump is damaged or defective, the entire unit is replaced.
The drive belt can be used to hold the fan stable while loosening the mounting fasteners
Loosen the fan bolts, then either remove the drive belt before the fan and shroud ...
... or wait to remove the belt, along with the water pump pulley
Once the cooling fan and shroud are removed, access can be gained to many of the engine components, including the water pump
Be sure to install the two rubber seals between the water pump, oil pump and cylinder head before installing the timing belt cover-1.3L and 1.6L TFI engines
The 1.6L MFI engine uses only one rubber seal between the oil pump and water pump
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