it is an part of the distributor unit. you have to change out the entire distributor.
This file has all the diagrams you need for the entire car! http://www.2shared.com/file/10432949/f9093489/9020Circuit20diagrams.html
Chilton's repair manual (about $20.00) has all the wiring diagrams for your entire car.
You have to buy and replace the entire distributor.
I had this same prob and had to have the entire blinker assembly replaced, cost over $120.00.
The cam sensor is part of the distributor, the entire distributor needs changed. You can not get the cam sensor separately.
You must remove the entire intake manifold for you to have access on the three spark plugs located underneath it. it is advisable that a qualified Mitsubishi technician should do this.
In an automatic Eclipse, the transmission filter is located inside of the transmission. To change the filter, the entire transmission must be disassembled to reach it.
The cam sensor is part of the distributor. You have to replace the entire distributor.
The easy way is to replace the entire distributor with a remanufactured unit. The hard way is to mark position of distributor rotor, remove the distributor from engine,reome cap & rotor, remove drive gear from the bottom of distributor , slide shaft up & out, remove pick up.reverse steps & reset ignition timing. IMPORTANT TO MARK LOCATION OF ROTOR BEFORE REMOVAL
Integrated into distributor, under the rotor cap which is completely sealed and not replacable. Unfortunately you have to purchase an entire distributor.
I had the same problem with 93 Colt and troubleshooters told me the ECM was bad. Incorrect...the problem lies inside your distributor. There is a part that looks like one of those batteries that connect to the bottom of a portable hand tool. I think its called a coil or coil package and is beneath the rotor inside the distributor. Bought one used for $20.00, reinstalled the entire guts of the distributor and car cranked right up. No problems since. Did not remove distributor shaft.
I believe it is located within the distributor. I am not sure if it is a seperate part or part of the entire distributor assembly. Hope this helps.
If you are having the same issues (starting problems-no spark) that I had in my 1991 accord, I found out that there appearantly was a recall on the distributor. Do not try to replace pieces and parts of the ignition system. (ie. coil, ignition control module, etc.) Replace the entire distributor. It will save you hours of frustration.
There is no tapping from the feeders. In other words, the current loading of a feeder is the same along its entire length.Various tappings are taken from the Distributors. Hence, a distributor has distributed current loading along its entire length.
The timing for this type of distributor is set by rotating the entire distributor, not just the cap. The distributor should have a lock down bolt holding it down where it sets in a housing. With the engine NOT running, mark the original position of the distributor with a marker or some white paint. Then you loosten the hold down bolt a little, then see if you can turn the entire distribuor very slowly just a little bit. If it turns a little, then you can hook up your timing light paying attention to the cautions and warnings in the instructions for the timing light or the auto manual being used to set the timing. You start the engine, and slowly turn the entire distributor left or right until the desired timing is reached. Turn off the engine, then tighten the distributor back down. That's pretty much it in a nutshell!
It is inside the distributor. It is only serviced with the entire disributor.
A Chemical Change is a change to the entire object and CAN NOT be changed back.
evolutionary change within an entire clade.
If your Diamante is the Dohc 6 cyl. motor in it then you have to remove the entire intake manifold to replace the back 3 plugs I did it in about 4 hours with not many tools and I am a female. So it can be done.
If you are asking about changing the ignition coil that is mounted on top of the distributor cap, it is held in with two screws and can easily be replaced.
The CKP looks like a small gear with long teeth located inside the distributor housing. If the CKP fails, unfortunately you must replace the entire distributor housing.
You can get the engine unlock code for your Mitsubishi Galant ES 2001 model by accessing the computer at the dealership. This computer unlocks the entire engine and computer on the car.
Under the hood, on the Head Gasket cover (Where you put in the oil) the top right corner. You'll see a black hose feeding into a silver bolt connected to the Head Gasket. Turn off the car, let it cool, pull the hose off and unscrew the bolt (the entire thing is the PCV). It'll take you all of 3 minutes to change it! MoreDefinately make sure the engine is cold. The PVC valve screws into aluminum which is easy to strip out.
mine did that. it was a sympton of an ignition problem which was solved by replacing the entire distributor.