A cars value goes down significantly once it is driven off the lot, including brand new cars. If a dealer decided not to buy a car, it is because they feel they will not be able to make a profit off of the purchase. Depending on the year of the car, the condition of the car and the amount of miles on a car, will determine how much a car is worth. With a late model Mitsubishi, having over 150K miles on it, it is not likely the car would sell for much, much less make the dealer any type of profit.
It would depend on the model.
You would need to purchase this from a Mitsubishi Dealer.
Koyata Iwasaki started what would become Mitsubishi Motors by commissioning the Mitsubishi Model A. It was initially manufactured through Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co.
What you are looking for would have to be the model FGC20.
Without the proper equipment you cannot replace the timing belt on your Mitsubishi Triton. The best place to have this work performed would be your local Mitsubishi dealer or at a trusted car repair business.
One can find a Mitsubishi Canter for sale in many different places. One option would be in a Mitsubishi dealer. There are also some web pages where one can buy it such as CarPoint or Van Trader.
If you require Mitsubishi replacement parts your best bet would be to visit your local Mitsubishi dealer and purchase the genuine parts. You can also check Ebay and Amazon to see if you can purchase these parts at a discounted price.
I would guess 50L but depends on what version/model you have.
The MItsubishi lamp, which is model number 915P200110, is available to purchase through many retailers. The average price for this model of Mitsubishi lamp is about 45.00$ (USD). Some retailers have this lamp for as low as 29.99$. Other retailers sell this lamp for as high as 80.00$.
when driving, take note of the speedometer.....
Dealer wanted $930.00 Local mechanic wanted $480.00. Quite the difference. Not sure what the dealer is doing to it that would make it cost so much.
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.
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.
just buy the ANY MAKE AND MODEL. when i asked for some for my 2001 eclipse they said that would be perfect.
I am going to help you where no one did for me this is the actual factory service manual your local dealer uses in the repair shop it will answer anything you would want to know. http://www.onlinefreeebooks.net/automotive-machinery-power-equipment-ebooks/mitsubishi/2000-2002-mitsubishi-eclipse-eclipse-spyder-service-manual-pdf.html
Generally speaking, timing belts should be serviced at 90,000 miles.
You will need your serial # off of the radio, and your vin #. Then you have to call the Mitsubishi dealer. Be prepared to call more than one dealer, because they would prefer you bring it in and charge you money. However if you have entered the wrong # 3 times the anti-theft function will lock it up. In this case, leave the ignition on for an hour and the prompt will change back to the Code screen.
Call your local dealer.
The make and model would help.
Mitsubishi evolution would destroy a type s
6G72. Note it as a TT or twin turbo, because there is also a N/A model.
A used Peugot can cost from 595 to 27000 depending on the year, model, the features, such as the transmission on the car, the miles and the condition of the car. For example a late model 5000 with automatic and low miles in excellent condition would be at the 27000 range while a late 1990"s model with over 100,000 miles would be at the low end of the pricing range.
On the 1995 model it's suggested every 60,000 miles. The max I would say would be 100,000 miles.
One can purchase a 2009 model of the Nissan Murano from a Nissan dealer if they have one, other options would be on Ebay or a specialist website such as Auto Trader.
When the dealer says normal he actually means it is a common problem. Hyundai and Mitsubishi suffer from ring problems. They burn excessive amounts of oil. To repair this you will have to rebuild the motor and replace the piston rings. It cheaper to keep adding oil.