they are both located behind the front right corner of the bumper. there is the purge valve, vent solenoid, and charcoal canister all next to each other.
Mitsubishi uses metric system.
after the year 1994, Mitsubishi started using a 'coil pack' instead of a distributor system.
You need to call a Mitsubishi dealer or Mitsubishi itself if you want to find it out.
It is located under the truck near the tank.
covers the struts and composes a large part of your suspension system.
You can disarm your 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse factory alarm system by removing the alarm fuse. The location of the alarm fuse can be found on the inside cover of the fuse box.
You vaccuum out all of the existing refrigerant.
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To disable the anti-theft system on a 98 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS by locking and unlocking the driver's side door. You can also put the key in the ignition and turn it halfway. Leave it in the position for 10 minutes and start the car.
Under the truck bed but close to the fuel tank
The easiest way to deactivate your 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse alarm system is to remove the alarm fuse. The alarm fuse can be found in the fuse box.
The cooling system on a 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT can be burped by gently squeezing the upper radiator hose. Keep topping the overflow tank until the air is purged.
You have problems with your air bag system. Try to find a local Mitsubishi Dealer or Autozone garage. They can read out the error message and tell you more.
No. It doesnt have a distributer. Its A D.I.S. set up. (Distributerless Ignition System).
The tds is activated/ deactivated with the remote attached to the key.
If your car has security system with engine immobilizer, no you can't.
It is up under the truck and mounted on a bracket in front of the fuel tank.
The service manual does not specify the size. You might try asking the parts manager at a Mitsubishi dealership. Maybe their parts system would have the size.
Electromagnets are used in Solenoids. The control system and the Braking system of the Roller Coaster utilize Electromagnets. The Brakes use very large solenoids to actuate them.
There is a drain valve at the bottom of the radiator and you will have to remove the drain bolt in the engine block.
I assume you mean fit in a non-turbo Eclipse? Yes, it will FIT. But can you get it to run correctly without spending a lot of money? Not likely. The engine control system and wire harness is different. Different exhaust system. Usually same engine mounts, but you may need to upgrade the radiator. Can it be done? yes. But it'll cost you more than its worth.
Trouble code P0403 means: EGR Control Solenoid Circuit Malfunction
No coolant in the system, failed thermostat, failed water pump, leaky headgasket.
There is no such thing. The pump runs off a relay. There is a fuel pump shut off relay. If the ecm sees a fault in the system, it will shut off the pump to prevent damage or fire.
The stock fuel pressure for a 1997 Mitsubishi GST is 38 psi. Stock injectors are rated at 43 PSI but anything lower should lead to have the fueling system of the car inspected.