When the belt broke, it could have hit some of the wiring that controls the engine managment system. Crank sensor, Cam sensor, any number of things. I would start to trace down wires and make sure they are still connected and not cut or broken.
could be the timing belt
could be a broken engine mount
If the fluid is full, it could be as simple as the thermostat otherwise its the water pump.
The Mitsubishi Galant VR4 is an interesting alternative to their Evolution model. It was available as a saloon and estate car. It could seat up to 5 people, depending on whether the 5th seat belt was in place.
You have a bad clock spring ( the wiring assemble behind the steering wheel ).
For JUST an alignment $50 - $60. If parts are required, could be alot higher.
Possibly loose belts slipping on the rotating pulleys. Need tightening which isn't a complicated job but need to be careful not to over tighten which could cause damage to the pulleys and the belts could break if old.
there could be a thousand different reasons. there is no way to tell or even guess with the iformation you have given.
You might try AutoTempest, AutoTrader, CarsDirect, Carmax and similar websites. Craigslist is a possibility. You could also check a used Mitsubishi dealership near you.
Steering wheel vibration when applying brakes is usually caused by warped disc brake rotors
Its the black.......round motor that is at the back wall of your engine bay, could be on the drivers side,
On a Mitsubishi Galant 2000, an idle on the vehicle could come from lots of things. Changing and cleaning fuel system and its components. Changing spark plugs and making sure wires are clean, rust-free, and tight.
Reviews on Mitsubishi Galant cars can be found online at a vast variety of car-review-websites and car review-blogs. You will also find information about all recent car models in catalogues.
The throttle position sensor (tps) could make the rpms vary.
It "could" be that it is LOW on fluid in the transmission or the fuel filter is plugging up for a short period of time. Check the fluid level.
It could possibly be the control module in the distributer.If there is a steady voltage on the secondary,the coil is good.A firing pulse is controlled by the electronic module inside the distributer.
I have a 97 Mitsubishi Galant and the exhaust is sucking air back into the car instead of expelling them. What could be the possible problems. My thoughts suggest you get a motor-mechanic to find out...
You have a bad ignition relay switch. I had the same issue with a Mitsubishi galant.
The thermistat could be bad, check to make sure the fan is kicking on.
To replace the water pump you are going to have to go down past the timing belt. if you dont feel comfortable replacing the timing belt then you would be better off leting a pro handle it. the reason i say that is cause if the timing belt is reinstalled incorrectly it could cause major engine damage (bend the valves)
Reguardless where it is, the transmission will have to be overhauled. I think probably a shaft snapped or the bolts could have come out of the convertor if it was making noise before it happened.
I had a similar problem on my Mitsubishi Galant when I bought new Mags. It seems that a plastic bushing is needed on the HUB to center the wheel. This happens, sometimes, with after market wheels. Hope this helps. bad tires or improper tire balance could cause wobbling.
No, you do not need a code. Be sure and get a harness connector to hook up the radio to the car wiring. A mistake could cost you a bundle if you blow a computor.
bad relay put your key in the door lock and unlock doors if you have a security alarm with horn possibly disabled this could happen.