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New person in board, I currently own an 05 Mitsubishi Lancer OZ Rally. I joined primarily because I have issue with my car at this point. Cant wait to dig in and get some great advice from some other people.
Hey guys! I'm pretty inexperienced when it comes to cars, so forgive me if I say or ask something dumb. I've been driving for around a year. (I'm 17) I joined here to try and learn all I could about my car and try to help other people out as much as I can. Hope to have lots of fun here!
Hello all, I'm brand new to this so any tips to how to make a new post is appreciated. I'm a somewhat proud owner of a 1999 Mitsubishi Galant with a few issues 1 being my reverse light fuse keeps blowing causing it to be in limp mode and I've been up against a wall with this and need help, suggestions anyone?..
Hello,I'm 64 years old and live in Chicago with my wife and two daughters. My son is married with two sons of his own. I just bought a used 2013 Oulander Sport, and joined to just be. I was a member of the Kia forums and had good experiences there so I figured I'd join and see what's what here. This is my first vehicle in 12 years so I'm kinda psyched with all the bells and whistles in vehicles nowadays. Looking forward to some good posts.
A newbie here that come across this website whiling searching for information on my 2004 MK Triton. I'm about to do some repairs and am hoping this website introduces me to some knowledgeable people that can help out with expert advice.
To kick things off I'm looking to change my timing belt and was wondering if anyone on here has any advice. The workshop manual I have is very light on for information and I have never done a timing belt before so any tips or tricks would be very much welcomed.
I'm not a mechanic but I am a mechanical designer that is very practical and handy with tools. I've rebuilt motorbike engines and done other mechanical repairs before by studying workshop manuals so I'm hoping the challenge of doing my first timing belt doesn't prove fatal...for my engine and not me that is .
Anyway I'm looking forward to spending much time on this website in my pursuit of MK Triton information and helpful advice.
Hey everyone, I'm a little new to the mitsubishi scene myself now, my parents had owned a 1989 Colt great little car, but now I am the proud owner of a 2003 Galant. its one sweet car. Has its little quirks now but I'm planning to get this girl humming ebtter than before.
Bonjour de Plaisir en France. Je suis Pierre allias Sissigonfle et je suis propriétaire d'un Grandis Mitsubishi Instyle 2.0 DID 140cv. Superbe voiture j'en suis satisfait. Actuellement je rencontre un souci de Distribution et je suis preneur de tous schémas et conseilles sur le calage et remplacement du kit de distribution. Merci et a à bientôt. et surtout si quelque avait la revue technique de cette voiture je serai ravi si il pouvait me faire avoir une copie.
My name is Patrick most people call me Pat or Pappy? (long story)
I have a 05 eclipse GTS with minor upgrades at this time. I am planning on adding a short ram intake, new wires and plugs, cat back system and a brake upgrade is #1 priority.
going with some slotted/drilled rotors and bigger calipers.
I'm an old man with a young mind.
I live in West Virginia but just inside the state line by Virginia. I am about an hour outside of D.C. and that is where I work.
I am not going to get into the boring stuff, just want to keep it on a car level. I love to install and mod stereo equip for cars. I have two 12in woofers in a bandpass box and upgraded speakers throughout the rest. going to install an aftermarket head unit when I get around to it. the six disc changer is not bad, it is the infinity system with a weak ass factory amp. (I really do not think the amp is working) I believe the amp might be in like a bypass mode because it is not very loud.
Feel free to email me, I do travel around the world for work and can be gone for over a month at a time so please do not think I am avoiding emails, some of the countries I go to do not have internet or the net is really poor.
I also have been looking for some suspension upgrades but I am not very clear on what fits my car. I was thinking about changing the sway bar bushings but have not been able to find anything, so if you know of part numbers or companies that sell them please let me know.
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hey i am new to this forum. my name is Kerry and i live in Washington state. I currently have a 92 expo awd that i plan on turbo swapping and am just really looking for info on wiring from someone that may have done this before. I have have built many 1g dsm and galant vr4 and galant gsx, but figured i would try something new since i just had my 3rd baby girl, figured i would swap a van now. once i get going on this i will post info and pictures for anyone that is interested. swap will start in the spring. thanks for letting me join and tanks in advance for any info i may get.
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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