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What do you need to do to a Mitsubishi Diamante 1992 that hasn't been started in a year and a half. to get it going agaain?


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2006-09-21 00:11:36
2006-09-21 00:11:36

Well, you don't HAVE to do anything. But... you might change the oil and filter. Check/replace the belts, air and gas filters. The old gas is another story It's old so it might not run real good. If it starts up OK, I'd just run it out. If it runs lousey or maybe doesn't run, you're going to need to drain the gas tank and add some new. It will probably run though. Hope all goes well.

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Yes, I have read in forums for the Diamante, that it is caused by the speed sensor mounted in the front wheel hubs. With a test meter and some knowledge, you can diagnose which one is going bad. New replacement hubs are said to go for about $400.00 each, where as used ones around $150.00 each. I own a 2002 Diamante and this problem shows up off and on daily. Personally I'm not worrying about it because it doesn't affect day to day driving. This car only has 62000 miles on on it, but runs like a champ. Good luck in your problem.


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