In front of the fuel tank. You will likely have to remove the rear driver side wheel to get to it.
if its carbuetated then its on the motor cause its mechanical
Timing belt replacement on 88 mighty max
$ 62.00 at Auto Zone.
1-2-3-4. Something like that.
go to kbb.com
when my 89 mighty max did this I had to push the tailgate in while I opened the handle. Once open adjust or graphite the connections
The 1988 Mitsubishi pickup truck data link connector is located on the bottom of the drivers side dashboard. The gauge link connector will be to the left of the steering column.
Best I have found is in the Chilton Manual 50500, Pick-ups 1983-95.
Try looking for a sticker on the underside of the hood. If it's a 2.6, it should be 8 degrees BTDC.
If the oil light comes on but the oil level is ok, the problem may be a faulty sending unit, as it turned out in my case.
You can find a wiring diagram for your 1988 Mitsubishi Gallant at most Mitsubishi dealerships. Mitsubishi service manuals will have the wiring diagram and can be found at most local libraries.
It is on the drivers side of the engine- there are 3 fuel hoses attached. It is a manual pump.
Which model of Mitsu? Some are behind the glove box, and you must take the box out and a nut or to from the firewall, and the blower should be clear from then. 1988 mighty max 2.0L
1987-1988 Rangers did not use Canister Filters, just the inline filters. The canister is still there in those years but theres nothing in it.
No they dont.
beast way to describe it, put your front end on jack stands, crawl under on the driver side, look up and to the right. it is located behind the right wheel inside the engin compartment. You'll need to work from underneath mostly. but may fin you need to jockey it into position from the top.
yes it is
700 rpm +- 100rpm
The 1988 Mitsubishi 2.0 liter engine timing marks can be found on the front main pulley. The timing marks will be scattered around the outside of the pulley.
While standing in front of the 1988 Mitsubishi Starion -2.6 liter SOHC Turbo L4 the firing order is as follows: 1-3-4-2
no, but heres a list of cars with the same style engine as your lebaron, not saying theyre exactly the same, wiring is probably different, but the basic engine is the same, from wikipedia * 1990-2001 Mitsubishi GTO (aka Mitsubishi 3000GT, Dodge Stealth) * 1989-1995 Plymouth Acclaim/Dodge Spirit * 1987-2000 Dodge Caravan/Plymouth Voyager * 1990-1993 Dodge Ram 50 * 1988-1989 Dodge Dynasty * 1988-1990 Dodge Raider * 1991-1996 Dodge Stealth * 1987-1995 Chrysler LeBaron * 1989-1991 Chrysler TC by Maserati * 1988-1989 Chrysler New Yorker * 1990-1993 Dodge Daytona * 1989-1994 Dodge Shadow ES * 1992-1994 Plymouth Duster * 2000-2005 Mitsubishi Eclipse * 1991-1999 Mitsubishi 3000GT * 1999-2003 Mitsubishi Galant * 1988-1990 Mitsubishi Sigma * 1990-1998 Hyundai Sonata * 2001-2005 Dodge Stratus/Chrysler Sebring Coupe * 1990-2002 Mitsubishi Diamante * 1991-1996 Mitsubishi Verada (Australia) * 1993-2002 Mitsubishi Magna (Australia) * 1990-2006 Mitsubishi L200 * 1990-1996 Mitsubishi Mighty Max * 1988-present Mitsubishi Pajero (aka Montero/Shogun) (Japanese and Middle East markets) * 1998-present Mitsubishi Challenger (aka Montero Sport)
Mystery Science Theater 3000 - 1988 Mighty Jack 1-14 was released on: USA: 5 March 1989