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
Best I have found is in the Chilton Manual 50500, Pick-ups 1983-95.
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.
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.