heating element stopped working
Mitsubishi dealerships are the best places to find a Mitsubishi Galant. If one is looking for the 2000 model specifically then one should call ahead to see if they have one available. Another excellent place to look would be in the local newspapers.
Maby because it dosent have any gas in it, or because the battery is dead.
if its the 2.4 liter its the exact same motor so yes, this would be possible
I'm not positive but, i don't think the '95 galant or other yrs. have a "pump relay switch". they do have a pressure regulator and a relief valve. i would check your local dodge or Mitsubishi dealer and ask them.
Hello: I am doing a overhaul on my 2002 Mitsubishi Galant. I inadvertently moved the crankcase while trying to remove the small timing belt while the larger timing belt was off. Knowing that, I would like to know is there a procedure to follow to correct this?
check the servo assembly located under the EFI,or have it replaced
Freeon is leaking, or the condenser isn't cooling, so the system shuts down.
From my research, I would say 2000lbs with a 200 tongue weight max. This can be accomplished with a class I hitch.
To find the anti theft code for a 2000 Mitsubishi Galant, you must visit a dealer. You must have the radio serial number, the radio part number, and the VIN.
I thought it would but then after I bought one and tried to install it, I noticed it did not. I guess its not needed for some reason.
It's a much better idea to replace it. You can try the radiator flush, but no guarantee.
Most had a V-6 under the hod, which would mean 6 spark plugs.
one possibility would be a loose or disconnected vaccume line. trace the line comming from the speed control actuator.
My 2004 takes 4.5qts for the 2.4 liter 4cyl so I would think for the other years of that engine is the same.
The rims from another 96 galant would be best.
check the engine fuse it might be blown,or timing belt it might be wornout I had this problem happen twice to me, where it died on the road and I had to pull over and it would not start. This was a 1994 Mitsubishi Galant. The mechanic replaced what I think is the internal distributor, it was some electronic black box literally, and after that it was fine. I guess they burn out every 7 to 10 years.
this is caused by the sensor tripping in the light sensor to see what causes this you must diagnose it with a computer and see what fails in it.
Yes, it would. While the Throttle plate is closed when not pressing on the gas pedal. The IAC is a bypass passage that allows air to continuous flow to the engine. I just had the same problem with my 2000 Mitsubishi Galant. I unplugged the IAC and the engine no longer wants to stall out, it just runs at a higher RPM to compensate for the nipple on the IAC not moving back to create the bypass passage.
This car has a serious engine problem and needs to be diagnosed by a knowledgeable person. There is no way to know the correct answer with out inspecting it in person.
I have a 97 Mitsubishi Galant and the exhaust is sucking air back into the car instead of expelling them. What could be the possible problems. My thoughts suggest you get a motor-mechanic to find out...
This would indicate a bad wire or bad master switch.
when driving, take note of the speedometer.....
Check the transmission fluid level. It sounds like it might be low.