The Mitsubishi Eclipse RS has a 2.0 DOHC 420A.
it has a naturally aspirated 420a by Chrysler
A 2002 Mitsubishi Eclipse uses standard 10w30 motor oil. This provides a good balance of protection for the engine components and viscosity.
It's probably 2.4L. The standard engine on the 1998 Eclipse GS is the 2.0 L I4 140 HP engine. The 2.4 L engine is not available on the GS, but is abvailable for the GS Spyder.
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A 2000 Mitsubishi eclipse uses any good general-purpose antifreeze. Look for the type that is labeled for any make and model.
Dot 4 brake fluid
The Lincoln Continental 1995 has a 4.6 engine
its in your manual... i have a Mitsubishi eclipse gt 2002 manual and it needs SAE 75W-85W (GL-4) don't know about the A/T...
You can put intercooler on any car regardless of kind of transmission.
My 2003 eclipse spyder gt 6 cylinder owners manual says to use premium.
It's recommended Premium at least. But some people put Regular and have no problems. If you are planning to use regular be ready to check engine to come on time to time.
A size 86 is stock but a size 26 battery will fit.
the automatic trans fluid in all Mitsubishi's with the exception of the Chrysler eclipse is diamond atf sp 3.
If you are talking about a yellow symbol that kind of looks like a Miniature Jail, then that is a light for low coolant in your reservoir. Fill it up and you should be golden.
5w-30 unless you live north of maine, then you use 10w-30
The manufacturer recommends 10W-30 motor oil for the 2006 Mitsubishi Lancer. The engine oil capacity of the 2006 Mitsubishi Lancer is for quarts.
All depends on what kind of spark plugs you have. It could either be 30,000 miles or 150,000 miles.
275 hp 350 LT1
Gas engine 10w30 Diesel engine 15w40
Good quality 5W30 engine oil displaying ILSAC certification mark ("Starburst" symbol) conforming the API classification SJ EC or SJ/CD EC. I like synthetics such as Mobil1.
Such parts you kind only on junk yards or at dealer place.