If you mean what needs to be done when removing the timing belt. Position the number on piston at top dead center. Get everything out of the way including Power Steering pump, remove mount, take off timing belt cover and make sure the marks on the crankshaft and camshaft sprockets are set to number 1 cylinder at TDC compression. once they are ligned up remove the timing belt tensioner and take off the belt. Then when you go to put it back on make sure camshafts are still lined up and the crankshaft is at TDC move it 1/2 mark to before TDC. Once you set up the tentioner leave the Allen wrench in there and turn the crankshaft 1/2 mark to TDC to take up the slack in the belt. that's why you left it 1/2 before TDC before. Then make sure you can rotate it by hand clockwise 2 full rotations before starting it.
The proper spark plug gap for a 1994 Mitsubishi Mirage is .030 thousandths of an inch. The Mirage has a 1.5L engine.
Get a repair manual ya cheap bastard
With proper care, a 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse should be a viable vehicle for at least 150,000 miles or more. Modern engines and drive trains are especially and comparatively long lasting.
With proper regular maintenance, you should be good for 200k miles.
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Tire damage in the form of uneven wear, find a good tire shop and get it fixed.
it is very important to follow proper lab safety procedures
Of course not. They need follow the proper legal procedures that apply to the particular situation.Of course not. They need follow the proper legal procedures that apply to the particular situation.Of course not. They need follow the proper legal procedures that apply to the particular situation.Of course not. They need follow the proper legal procedures that apply to the particular situation.
To fix a Mitsubishi 2.0 timing belt, one will need a crank pulley. Simply pull the crank pulley and the top right engine mount to put the timing belt in its proper position.
The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
The proper course of action is to have the car serviced by an authorized garage, who will reset the service light when they're done.
Mitsubishi Lancer's Are Faster Stock, But Any Car Can Be Made Faster Than The Other With The Proper Modifications.
No. Your employer can fire you for not following proper procedures, but you are entitled by law to your wages for whatever hours you work. Holding your pay is not proper recourse for failure to follow procedure.
Loosen the central nut of the belt tension pulley. Loosen the tightening bolt. Remove the belt, install a new one. Set proper tension. Tighten the central nut.
No, because it isnot a propernoun.
No, the compound noun 'total eclipse' is a common noun, a general word for any total eclipse at any time.A proper noun is the name or title of a specific person, place, or thing; for example, Total Eclipse Street in Las Vegas, NV or the Bonnie Tyler song "Total Eclipse of the Heart".
The procedures in the proper handling of a computer are to protect the rather sensitive system. You should generally be gentle with a computer and do not force any action that the computer fails to respond to.
The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You may want to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
Yes, it is safe to look at a picture of a solar eclipse. It is not, however, safe to directly observe a solar eclipse without the proper equipment.
With proper maintenance probably around 150,000 Miles
"75000 miles" That's incorrect. From the Mitsubishi Service Manual for a 2003 Eclipse Spyder sporting the 6G72 V6 engine - which, by the way, is an INTERFERENCE ENGINE* - the recommended replacement FIRST interval is 60,000 miles - and again at 100,000 miles. Furthermore, it also states: *1: For California, Massachusetts, Vermont and Maine, this maintenance is recommended but not required *2: Not required if belt was previously changed *those caveats apply to *1 the 60,000-mile interval, and *2 the 100,000-mile interval. However, PLEASE keep in mind that the 6G72 engine is an interference engine, which means that proper valve train/piston head clearance is only maintained as long as the proper timing between those engine components exists. If the belt slips a tooth, or fails (due to extended operation beyond recommended service life, for example), it is more than probable that pistons will contact valves - resulting in bent valves, damaged pistons, or worse - a completely trashed engine. In my humble estimation, it's not worth the risk. Your choice, of course.Cheers
hi A 1997 Mitsubishi Mirage DE Coupe needs spark plugs that have been set with a gap of .043 inches. This is equal to 1.1 mm.
No, engine is a common noun.
Facilitation of proper purchasing procedures.
proper legal procedures and natural justice.