6G72. Note it as a TT or twin turbo, because there is also a N/A model.
With out major modifications the internals will become externals
One could expect to pay between $500 and $10,000 for a used mitsubishi 3000gt. The value determined would be based on year and condition of the vehicle.
i have a 1994 Mitsubishi 3000 gt and when the temperature hand starts to go up the car dies what would cause this to happen
with parts and labor I would guess somewhere aroun 100 to 150
if the timing belt does go on gto it would be a miracle if you didn't bend half of the valves ! its whats called an interference motor. if something gets out of time - you get major interference, costs $$$$$
Hi NO. 91-94 are the same then 95-99 are the same Ray
Seriously? More information would get you a better answer. - flat battery - aliens have zapped your car - it's not your car and you have the wrong key - no gas
if you want just another factory motor dropped in it that would caused $1950-$2300
I had this done about a year ago on my 94 GT SL. You also need to have water pump done at the same time. Should cost around $1500 and after 75000 miles really needs to be done. It that belt goes your motor is history.
Yes. It's basically a straightforward swap for a non-turbo. Would suggest an upgraded (Walbro 255) fuel pump. http://www.3si.org/forum/f35/my-6g74-3-5l-swap-webpage-240131/
timing belt , no spark or fuel pump has quit
if its the 2.4 liter its the exact same motor so yes, this would be possible
$ 62.00 at Auto Zone.
Yes I would ask Mitsubishi about that because I know someone who had the same problem and it cost them 200 pounds to fix
It could just be the AC compressor causing the engine to shake when running at lower speed. If it's any more than that, the engine might need a tuneup, motor mounts or possibly a burned valve.
300zx without a doubt. 3000gt are nice but no competition with the z32
it would be in the back midright of the motor its hard to describe but its slanted to the right.
NO, MOTOR MOUNTS ARE DIFFERENT, NO ROOM FOR THE INTERCOOLERS, NOT ENOUGH SPACE FOR THE EXHAUST SYSTEM, WOULD BE EXTREMELY EXPENSIVE TO DO!
Yes sure you can. ___________________________________________________ I wouldn't recommend it, if you are referring to the automatic in an sl, because, with all due respect (I'm a huge Mitsubishi fan), they were quite inferior with an average lifespan of 75,000-100,000 if you're lucky. If that's what you're asking I would DEFINITELY recommend using the getrag manual gearbox that were offered for the 3000gt's.
I've a '92 Mitsubishi 2.5 so I'm not sure would that make a difference but did you try slightly above the accelerator in the fuse box, the fifth fuse basically the top right? ( it's right at the corner) This fuse also does the electric wing mirrors. :) (15a)
Not long. Bout an hour to cand track rod ends and tie rods on both sides. Had t cut one off with a grinder though.
I have a Kaw motor I pur from a sawp-met and looking to see what yr or years it will fil. Any help would be great . The number is zx750fe018147. Thanks again
i have a 98 eclipse and am watching my boyfriend replace the heater motor right now. he just had to wriggle around and get it out, he said taking out the glovebox would not make it any easier. there are only 4 screws- 3 in the motor and the 4th is holding a little electronic box that has to come out to get to it. one screw is proving very difficult to get back in- (it was hard to get to get out as well). he is trying to devise a tool/method to get it re-fitted. i hope this helps someone...:>) the motor was about $72 from advance auto. thanks
5W30 would be fine, I believe that is the recommended viscosity for the Mitsubishi motor in that vehicle, also 5W20 or 10W30 would be fine during the summer.