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Welcome to the Mitsubishi-Forums.com. Here is a basic introduction on how to use this site to its fullest potential.
Starting with your profile, fill out everything on your cars specifications, that way users can see what kind of answer you are looking for. Remember to post your cars transmission type, automatic, or manual. When you ask about engine mods, this is not always a necessary detail, but does help if you include it according to some applications.
Now what you do is scroll to the top of any of our forum pages. There is a small gray tool bar with dark gray writing. It has your member name and has the following links: (my controls) (view new posts) (my assistant) (board rules) (new messages) and (resend validation Email). On the far right of this tool bar there is a SEARCH engine. You can either type in a topic you wish to find, or you can click the "my assistant" link and it will bring up a new window with two search engines. One is "search posts"; the other is for "search help." If you’re looking for a specific idea I would use the search posts engine and type a general topic and then take your time reading up on as many things as you can. Just because you can not find the information you are looking for with your first search doesn’t mean its not there. For example, your reverse lights are not working so you type in “reverse lights” you get nothing. Your next try should be “back up lights”.
Remember that if you wish to find it again without searching, be sure to click the bookmark tab on the top of the topic page. If you wish to be informed about replies to your posts click the track this topic tab as well. You will get a message in your assistant page that says 170 or something like that, new posts. 1, 2, or 3 post is in reply to a topic you started or a post. You can also choose an email for post replies and what not.
Once you have read up, and researched everything that has already been covered. If you still don't are unsure of how to solve your problem, or wish for opinions or advice on the subject, you may start a new thread asking or just state your question in an old thread.
Ignorance and failure to search before posting tends to suffer from the wrath of the veteran users of this board. It gets real old when the same question is asked three times in one week by three different people. Remember that when you cross a topic post thats locked/closed so that no one can add replies it is because the questions have been answered in full. These are good topics to read up on!
If you have a modified/want to modify your vehicle, and there is a problem that you need help with, it might be helpful to list your mods in your signature so everyone can easily see them. You don't have to but it will help you get the quickest resolution of your problem because people don't have to ask, "What mods do you have?" before they can start helping out.
If you choose to do so, please be clear on what mods are INSTALLED, and what mods you WANT TO install so we don't get them confused.
Hello, we just bought a 2007 Outlander LS, it has about 79k on it, so far we are pretty happy about it. Feels like a very well built vehicle, and hope to get several years of service out of it. This will be a car that my daughter drives, she is very excited about it. Her starter car was a 2005 Hyundai Accent so this is a pretty big upgrade.
Hey all, names Kent. Come your way via another forum where Bumpn (Derek) suggested I come over here. So, looking forward to being part of the community. New to the Mitsubishi scene, recently purchased a 2005 Spyder GT, only had her for a few months. Have owned (or currently own) many other makes/models. Been pretty much a gear head ever since I could walk. Anyway, enough about me, it's all about the cars so, here she is, all stock for now except a CAI and some LED lighting mods.
Also drive a 2004 Hyundia Tiburon, 1995 Mustang, 1995 Chevy Z71 PU and a 2013 Dodge Journey (wifes car). Keeps me busy with all the maintenance. But it's my hobby. Cheers!
just bought a new outlander gt s_awc, in grey, no nav, but a tow package and thule bars, and of course the platinum protection deal. I'm from canada, and this is my first new car! and i love it! if anyone has any tips for washing , waxing, and interior cleaning, I'd love to hear them! also, any ideas on best practice for fuel economy. personal details, I cycle, a lot! and work a lot too!
Hey everyone, I just picked up a 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer ES for $350! Needed a trans, also $350! So far I only have $700 into this car. It is VERY clean, but has 200k on the odometer....should not be a problem though. Will post pics soon. Thanks Lance
Hello all I'm Stewart from Kent I bought a 2000 plate Mitsubishi shogun Di-D 3.2,Happy with it just need to book it in for a full service And a look over to make sure everything is ok on it.Its getting mapped tomorrow for abit more power and better on diesel I bought it to tow my Mitsubishi Evo 6 to the mlr sprint series and going to be starting hill climbs as well I will post some pics up if anyone wants to see them Cheers Stewart
Hello everybody, My name is Kris and I'm from Little Rock, Arkansas. I just purchased a 1995 Mitsubishi Galant and so far so good. I do have some questions, but I promise to check and make sure they haven't already been answered first.
Hi from Dallas by senior I'm referring to my age. Just retired last year and I decided I will work on my old faithful 2000 Gallant ES and make it my hobby to keep it nice and running like new. I hope to get some help /info from ya'll. Thanks!
Hello, new here. Found this while trying to figure out how to replace spark plugs for a Galant.
I have no car but live with my girlfriend who has a 2001 Galant 3.0l v6. Currently the only vehicle we have so keeping it running is a priority. The car was in poor shape when it was purchased and was never maintained properly when my girlfriends mother had it. We now have ownership and we need to keep it going until I can get a better vehicle. I've already started buying parts that I'm sure are long overdue for replacement.
As of now there is a major leak that seems to be coming from the valve covers, mainly the rear. Plan to attempt to get access to the valve covers and replace the seals and while doing so replace the spark plugs. I may need to get a new timing belt for it as well.
Additional info on general maintenance or any other helpful tips are and will be appreciated, Thanks.
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