On the fuse box cover, there is (in very small print) a diagram of the fuses and there location. Hope this helps! rj
Not sure if its the same as on my '89. On the '89 it is in the centre console forward of the shifter. The '89 actually has two relays in the bos, so even if the fuel pump relay is shot, you may still here the other one click when you turn on the ignition. Hope that helps.
Check the emission label usually located on the top of the radiator or on the core support just in front of the radiator. You will see a diagram of all the vacuum lines and emissions equipment. Generally-the EGR valve is located near the throttle body.
The fuel pump on a 1994 Mitsubishi Mirage is located inside the fuel tank. Its placement allows it to push fuel toward the engine in a more efficient manner.
The 2001 Mitsubishi Mirage was available in two engine sizes. The 1.5 Liter engine holds 3.5 quarts of oil. The 1.8 Liter engine holds 4.1 quarts of oil.
top dead center is what it stands for. top dead center
Likely if it's the same engine, but best ask a mitsu dealership, they can compare part numbers
coolant entering the combustion chambers, possibly thru head gasket, intake manifold, etc. What vehicle?
2005ford power stroke deisel
A dirty throttle body might be the problem. Or check the IAC (Idle air control). More than likely its a dirty throttle body which is not that big of a deal to get it clean. Hopefully its not the IAC. That will run you a couple of hundred dollars.
I have an original Infinity manual and also a CD-ROM with the 1993 Infinity fully illustrated and it lists both the Mitsubishi and Hitachi. I believe it's okay to use either. The spec design is almost the same! Bob F.
On a 1995 Mitsubishi Mirage LS with 1.8 liter engine, the transmission dipstick is located below the battery, and has a little white ball on the top of the stick. When you have the hood open and your facing the engine, the battery should be on your left. Located under the battery (pretty far down) you can see the transmission. Looking at it you will see the little white ball on the top of the dipstick. If you have a manual transmission, then there is no dipstick under the hood. The lubricant must be checked and added underneath the car into the transmission itself. There are two bolts, one for checking the lubricant and one for filling the lubricant. To check the level of lubricant, remove the proper bolt (I am unsure which one it is on your vehicle), and put your finger in the hole. If the fluid is level with the raised area around the hole, then it has a sufficient amount of fluid.
You need to tell us what sort of tune up you are talking about ... HOME , CAR .... etc.
The starter is mounted transverse (horizontally) between the engine and the firewall. It is held by two three inch bolts. The starter can be removed by maneuvering it and lifting it out from under the hood, driver side.
You will need a bearing puller, they are found in a lot of places like your local part store or online. Best bet is to check at the local parts store and specify bearing puller. Once you have taken the tire and rotor off you will need to loosen the nut on the drive axle by heating it up until its red hot and then taking it off the bearing puller will then be used next. You will also need a hammer of some sort.
beleave it or not its cheaper to buy the axel than jusy the cvjoint, its not that hards to replace an axel, you need to remove the tire on that side, you will see a big nut in the center of the wheel that is your axel nut take the nut loose then you will need a hammer drive the axel thru until it is free, then you will see your strut theres 2bolts running thru the strut remove the 2 bolts after removeing the bolts from the stut pull down on the spendel and release the axel after the axel is free from the spendel grab the axel and pull it out of the trasmision not sometimes it can be hard but it will come so don't be worred and to replace the axel do everthing in revers.note after replaceing the axel the car has to be lined up you can call the parts store and they can tell you how tight the axel nut has to be. i hope this will help you
Brake Lights NOT WORKING
Without being able to do a "hands on" troubleshooting of the circuit, no one can tell you the specific cause for this problem. So, the following "generic" answer is the best I can do to help.
There could be several causes, some of which include:
There probably other reasons which do not come to my mind at this point. Good luck.
I have a 94 mirage, same problem. After changing several parts... seems the problem is the fuel pump relay. This relay is also called the ignition relay. Available only at NAPA. $76. Its metal, 8 pin, 2" x 2" maybe behind the radio. The check is: hear if the fuel pump will turn on for the second before starting.
92 octane is recommended
You need special tools to remove broken keys, but they are simple to make. Find a couple pieces of steel about the size of a spoke from a motorcycle wheel. Then with a bench grinder, grind both sides of one end until it's fairly flat and small enough to fit in the key slot. Next grind a notch in the side to make a hook on the end of your tool. It's usually best to make 2 hooks, or you might need one with just a sharp point on the end. Experiment to figure out what you need, and then make it. I've removed several broke keys over the years, and this is what has always worked for me.