The idle speed is factory pre-set, and no adjustment is available. If the idle is too high, or too low, you will be having other problems that will affect the idle. In cooler temperatures, it will take the engine longer to come out of fast idle, as the engine warms up to operating temp. If the idle is too high/stays at a higher than normal idle, then take the thing to get it repaired. Running a car in gear(automatic transmission) with a higher than normal idle, can damage the transmission.
from what i knowfrom what i know no the years are from 94-98 on a galant well that's what my book say's and i have a 97 Mitsubishi and i pretty much heard it all
Where is the transmission control module on a 1997 Mitsubishi galant
yes...you may need some special body contorsion.
hey that will be 134a all vehicle from 1993 uses 134a
The eagle 2000 gtx is the exact same car as the Mitsubishi Galant, and the similar Galant had production years from 1989-1993, from my sources anyways. Either track down a repair manual for the Galant or go to alldata.com and pay the $20 for the online repair manual version to the Galant.
You can remove your 1993 Mitsubishi alternator belt by loosening the tensioner pulley. Slide the tensioner pulley to the right. The alternator belt will become loose and can be removed. Reverse the process to put the new alternator belt on.
ok, to start off, not trying to sound like a smartass or anything, but their is no dipstick on a manual transmission. their is a fill/check plug on the side of the transmission. you have to take it out and check the level that way on a manual transmission.
The 1993 Mitsubishi Eclipse with the 1.8 liter engine is not on the list of cars with interference engines. The 1989-1998 2.0 Galant Eclipse cars were built with interference engines.
cylender head bolt torque for 1993 Mitsubishi expo
galants 1993 to 1998 for a full list of all cars go to link below http://www.aras360.com/Pdf/resources/Sister-Clones-List.pdf