there is a fuel pressure regulator at the end of the fuel rail.It works with a combination of vacuum applied to it and approx. 60lb of fuel pressure that is regulated to apprx. 38 lb. when operating right. The excess fuel /pressure is sent back to the fuel tank via return line.I am not seeing a fuel pressure "sensor" on this vehicle.
I have 235K on my 99 Galant. woot!
Trouble code P0715 means:Input/turbine speed sensor circuit malfunction
underneath the throttleboby
ac blower not working .
On a Mitsubishi Galant, the thermostat is located in the thermostat housing. Find the upper hose on the radiator and follow it to where it's connected at the engine and you'll see the housing.
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.
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A timing chain is designed to last the lifetime of the engine.
The standard time for a 1998 Mitsubishi Galant from 0-60 mph is 9.0 seconds, so it will take 16.7 seconds to travel 1/4 of a mile. Hope this info is useful.
Where the transmission dipstick is located which is near the battery... Kinda under it.
Were is the oil pressure sending unit on a 95 mitsubishi miaage
haynes service manual from autozone or advance will have this electrical diagram
Its below the air unit , remove filter air unit and ooops ther it is.
It is under the edge of the dash on the drivers side on the right side of the steering column.
in timing belt
Looking at the motor it is right behind the Exhaust. The Exhaust is above and below the starter and solenoid.
turbo or non turbo?
there is no crank sensor on a Mitsubishi 3000 gt but there is a crank angle sensor that looks just like a distributor its in the back of the engine on top between valve covers
You don't repair a serpentine belt. You replace the worn or broken belt with a new one.
under the drivers side of the dashboard,cant miss it,i think its 12 pin,to the right of the steering column
A 1998 Jeep Cherokee does not have a mass airflow sensor. It uses a manifold pressure sensor, MAP, which is on the rear of the intake manifold.
look on the underside of the hood ,theres emissions labels,one has the spark plug gap,i think its .0045
left side of the intake manifold.
it is located on the topside of the crank sprocket behind the timing cover.
1998 Taurus pressure sensor location; It is located on the firewall side between the head and the transaxile housing.