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What is the towing capacity of a 1988 Mitsubishi Triton FWD ute 4 cylinder petrol motor?

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YES AND NO AS WELL The main disadvantage of carburetor is vapur lock in hot ambient temperatures petrol do form the homgeneous mixture with air but not always some tiems it goes in form of liqid also in cylinder the systems like mpfi replaced the carburetor and they inject the liquid petrol inside the cylinder


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