left front engine up, take timing belt cover off. Remove timing belt. remove bolts from water pump. but new water pump on. Set timing belt in the same position. But the timing belt and the pullies back on. Then your Finished.
Looking at the repair manual this is a lot harder than it sounds because, u have to remove the motor mount to remove timing belt.
Close the sun roof of the 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse and spray water on the outside of it. Carefully look on the inside to see where the water is coming in. Then reattach or replace the gaskets as needed where the water is coming in to fix the leak.
It's inside of water outlet.
drain the coolent remove timing belt.....loosen bolts....4g63, take off accessory belts and remove
You need to remove the timing belt cover in order to gain access to it. If you want to replace it, timing belt has to be removed too.
Personally I replace water pipe after I shut of the supply valve
Isolate it from the water supply then replace the defective valve
By shutting off the water supply and replacing the valve
No, it causes a massive coolantleak.
You turn off the water valve before it -probably on the sidewalk, or just on your front yard. Then remove the main valve and replace it. NOT a job for amateurs. I hope you have some experience at least.
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There are several things that can cause your 1992 Mitsubishi Eclipse to overheat. A malfunctioning water pump or a blown head gasket should be the next things that are checked.