Same as any other car. Eliminate the Mitsubishi Galant and this has probably already been answered.
In order change a transmission in a 2001 Mitsubishi Galant, it is best to change the solenoid first. it is then recommended that you take the car to a certified transmission garage to do the work.
were are the timing marks at
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The thermostat on a 99 Mitsubishi Galant is changed by draining the coolant, removing the upper radiator hose, and unbolting the housing. The thermostat can then be removed and a new one put into place.
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A timing chain is designed to last the lifetime of the engine.
It is most likely your spark plugs and or wire set. All of this is easy to change. There is another forum that explains how to change your spark plugs for your Galant.
17mm wrench, oil pan, oil and jack stands or wheel ramps.
Safely jack the car up, remove lamps,replace bulbs.
yes...you may need some special body contorsion.
you need to take the intake off to get to the back three plugs...
You must remove the entire intake manifold for you to have access on the three spark plugs located underneath it. it is advisable that a qualified Mitsubishi technician should do this.
remove intake manifoled to access back 3 plugs. time consuming but can be done
Its the black.......round motor that is at the back wall of your engine bay, could be on the drivers side,
open hood, find backside connector, turn quarter turn to remove connector to access lamp.
The computer in the car will not hold memory, the windshield washer only work on one speed, bright light will not work, I have to put the radio code in every-time I start the car. 2001 Mitsubishi Galant.
It's inside the glove box, you'll see two screws remove these and pull filter out.
there are 4 thick wires right on top o the engine take each out and u will see the plug
My car is a 1997 Mitsubishi Galant, and when it was idle it used to do the same thing, I was told it might be time to change the TPS Sensor (Throttle Position Sensor). I still need to change it, but what I figured out, is that when you let the car fully warm up, when the needle is as close to the middle as possible, it won't shake and turn off.