not sure exact size but Mitsubishi is japenes, thersfore it is a mretic wrech u need
It takes a 15mm wrench.
where is the air conditioner drain on a 2001 Mitsubishi Galant
on the oil pan. hope this helps.
The transmission drain plug on a 2003 Mitsubishi Galant is located on the front of the transmission, near the bottom. It allows the fluid to be easily removed during maintenance.
I believe that the airconditioner condensation drain is plugged. How do I clear it?
Under Dash by Gas Pedal.
My money's on 17mm.
Doubtful. Crawl under the car and look see.
Oil - rear or side of oil pan Radiator - bottom or rear of radiator
i personally have never heard of an engine block plug.could you be talking about an oil plug located on the oil pan or there is another plug on the radiator.
If it's the "oil" drain plug, the size wrench is, better yet use a socket wrench=13mm.
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I had this same problem with my 2001 galant. I went to the repair shop and they said that Mitsubishi made that part wrong and now it is causing problems. It was not recalled because it is not actually dangerous, just annoying. If you want to get it fixed, you will have to go to a misubishi dealership and it will cost between 100-300 dollars, which is about 300 dollars cheaper than a regular repair shop. I don't know where the drain is but was told that i would not be able to get to it. This is all i know and i hope that it helps you!
The Mitsubishi air conditioning drain is located near the bottom of the firewall in the engine compartment. The drain is on the passenger side of the firewall.
If the drain plug is original equipment, it takes a 17mm wrench or socket.
draining a radiator of a mitsubishi space wagon
The wrench size is 14mm.
It should 14 mm wrench.
Mine is 12mm wrench, but some are different.
17 mm socket or boxed in wrench.
Probably about a 15 millimeter wrench or socket.
Blow compressed air into drain tube or use a coat hanger to clear out tube. Usually leaves, debris, and the occasional spider nest will clog the hole and cause the condensation to collect and then drain onto the passenger floor inside the vehicle. After clearing run the vehicle and turn on a/c on high and on recirc. Watch for condensation to now leak out of the drain tube and onto the ground.
With a wrench...... :-)
The engine coolant drain plug on a Mitsubishi V6 engine is located on the bottom of the radiator. This allows for coolant to be quickly and easily drained.