Can you convert a 99 Mitsubishi Galant automatic to a manual and if so how do you go about this?
It's not the transmition that's hard to exchange, it's reto-fitting a clutch and manual shifter to the car that's built around automatic shifting that's difficult. It should be done by pros if you want to attempt it. (and will probably cost$$$$)
If you're end result is to try and get more power to the wheels, consider installing a 'Level 10' hydromatic shifter and a toque converter re-build. Level 10 claims the torque converter re-build gets 95% of the HP to the wheels and with the hydromatic shifter, gives you faster and more precise shifts. The parts will cost you abour 1200-1300 + installation.
Where is all the temperature sensors inside outside engine etc for automatic climate control located on your Mitsubishi Galant six cylinders 1998 with manual gear?
Its hard to tell whats wrong with it. If you have a automatic gearbox then try to change the filter, which tells the car on what gear it suppost to be. If you have a manual then it may be something with your engine. It could be the candles or another part which causes your car to run on maybe 2 or 3 cilenders. You should visit a Mitsubishi servis.
The key in your 96 Mitsubishi galant will not release it is stuck in the acc position it will move to start position but you can't seem to get it to move the other direction what should you do?
Going from a manual to an automatic is not that hard but going from automatic to manual is a not easy. This will be a very expensive conversion unless you buy a donor car to get parts from. From my experience I suggest if you want a Saturn with a manual transmission then sell the one you have and go buy one with a manual. You will be money ahead.
The Mitsubishi Galant has several warning lights on the dash and they are all outlined in the car's owner manual. Some of them include an exclamation point inside a semi-circle in indicate low tire pressure, a dip stick to indicate low oil, and a lightening bolt over an engine to indicate the car needs to be serviced for a possible problem.