On my '98 GSX it's .032.AnswerThe manufacture of the plug you buy for you car (your Mitsubishi) should come 'Pre Gaped' ie; no need to gap them. I have or my car has a Mitsubishi engine in it and I use NGK plugs for it. You'll find NGK's in most Motorcycle engines and other high rev engines.
Just spoke with the auto parts store. The gap for a 1995 Eclipse RS is .044
You can remove the spark plugs in your 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse by turning the spark plugs to the left. You should use a 5/8 deep well socket. The spark plugs will come out.
You don't. The gap is not adjustable.
Every 30,000 miles except platinum plugs
All depends on what kind of spark plugs you have. It could either be 30,000 miles or 150,000 miles.
Once on 1-2 year on regular spark plugs. Once every there years on High end spark plugs.
The left side of the motor.
if its a four cylinder it has four if its a v6 it has six a spark plug per cylinder
Firing order is 1342 - spark plugs order is 1234 from left to right
4 cylinder has 4 6 cylinder has 6
The recommended gap is .044"
1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse 2.0L MFI Turbo DOHC 4cylThe Spark Plug Gap.032 (In thousandths of an inch)1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse 2.4L MFI SOHC 4cylThe Spark Plug Gap.044 (In thousandths of an inch)1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX AWD 2.0L MFI Turbo DOHC 4cylThe Spark Plug Gap.032 (In thousandths of an inch)1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse 2.0L MFI DOHC 4cylThe Spark Plug Gap.050 (In thousandths of an inch) Heres all the engines for 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse
three are on the front valve cover the other three are under the intake manifold
2002 galant , can't find the spark plugs
If its the 2.4L GS the spark plugs are located on top of the valve cover. There are 4 rubberish plug wires that are to be pulled out with a tug. 2 of which are bolted with a 10mm nut.
NGK platinum plugs
It could just be a bad spark plug wire or the spark plugs need changing.
If you dont know how to replace spark plugs I recomend you go to someone that does and have him show you because you might do more bad then good trying to change them for the first time.
The spark plugs are located on your head for the first three, when you open your hood and you find the metaling (head) that says 24 valve V6, there are 3 plug type things on there, those are the spark plugs, the last three, are under the plenum.
I have 1994 Mitsubishi eclipse and have no spark i change cam and crank sensor but still no have spark can be icu
Gap will be preset at the factory no need to re-gap. The gap is .044.
On top of the engine block when you open the hood you will see black cords attached to your engine block you will need to give a good tug to expose the spark plugs. -Cody
make sure the gapping on the plug is correct to what the vehicle needs
I believe in general, every 30,000 miles is the recommended.
SPARK PLUG GAP2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse 3.0L SFI 6cylThe Spark Plug Gap.044 (In thousandths of an inch)