Ok the easiest way to do this it to find the clutch slave cylinder, look for a release bolt or something that looks like a grease fitting, have a friend fill the clutch slave resovior with brake fluid, and losten the release bolt tell them to pump 3 times and thenhold until you see fluid shoot out then close it, repeat the process, until there is no air in the lines.
No. The gs is the base eclipse spyder model.
No the engine in the 98 mitsubishi eclipse spyder gs is a mitsubishi 4g64 while the engine in the 96 rs is a chrysler 420a engine.
You can try the EDZ 2.4l
To remove the instrument panel from the 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse, carefully pull back the pod. Take care not to lose any of the clips.
no, the heads are different.
buy this book. http://www.innerauto.com/browse/year/1995/2001/mitsubishi/eclipse/repair_manual/?ref=S1161368748W453914ac6fba6&label=95-98+99+00+01+Mitsubishi+Eclipse+Repair+Manual
yes u can
well it would most likely be in the alternator as with most other cars
If they are the same model (RS, GS etc).
To disable the anti-theft system on a 98 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS by locking and unlocking the driver's side door. You can also put the key in the ignition and turn it halfway. Leave it in the position for 10 minutes and start the car.
under the driver side dash next to the center console.
bend valve,burned valve,ring,or a crack
Yes you can, but if you don't increase your exhaust, intake, and make sure that your rings and pistons can handle the heat. If you don't so all that and then some you will just blow your engine.
There are no user serviceable parts on the transaxle of 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse without removal. Essentially, it is all one unit.
data port is just under the dash on the drivers side toward the center console.
at the caliper and drums derrr! at the caliper and drums derrr! no its under the car where the clutch line goes into the trani at. they should be a 8mm nippple sticking out
If you are looking for an older car such as a 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse, it may be best to try some manufacturer-specific online forums, as they will often have cars that have been well maintained and/or modified.
passenger compartment fuse box #7 it is 20A fuse. center column, 3rd from the top.
it will run lean, eventually causing detonation (pinging) which is very distructive to your engine.
You probably have a bulb burned out on the side that blinks fast.
i have the exact same problem with my 98 eclipse, alot of people are telling me to check the ground wires on the turn signals, you may wanna check into it. i am, if i figure it out, i will let you know
no, it has a hydraulic clutch system
If the 98 is like the 97, it will be right above the Fuse box by your clutch. If you have an automatic, and no clutch, it will be easier to get it out. There are 3 black boxes hidden up there, one has a Mitsubishi logo on it, that's your Flasher