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.
underneath right rear passenger seat.
A Spyder GS is a non turbo car. A GS-T on the other hand is a turbo car. Hope this helps
Yes, you can, but there is a chance that you will need to change transmission and everything what is going inside the engine. The problem is that Mitsubishi engine parts from different engines are not compatible (it can be turbo Japanese engine, or non-turbo crysler engine and so on).
Turn the key to the run position and then put it on neutral. c.s.
The fuse box for my 1998 Eclipse Spyder is up under the dash on the left of the driver's side leg area. Look up and inside to the left with your head down by the brake pedal.
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For 1998 GST Spyder M/T is behind-underneath the radio (left one is the starter relay)
The crankshaft position sensor is located on the front of the engine inside the timing belt cover
It's probably 2.4L. The standard engine on the 1998 Eclipse GS is the 2.0 L I4 140 HP engine. The 2.4 L engine is not available on the GS, but is abvailable for the GS Spyder.
97-99 spyder eclipse relocated the washer fluid reservoir tank to the trunk. under the spare tire.
Mitsubishi uses metric system.
In the fuel tank.
your not getting oil to the engine or its running low
Should be on the back of the headlight.
in the fuse box
No they are not.
crutchfield's website has details but 1997 should be the same as 1998. 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder Convertible == ; In-dash stereo : 8-11/16" depth; Size code E,S,U ; Front speakers : Dash: 4" : Front Door: 6-3/4" ; Far rear speakers : Rear Seat Side Panels: 6x9"
Yes they will, the bolt patterns are 5x114.3. You could even fit Evo wheels if you wanted to.
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