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Your car has Mitsubishi 4G64 engine. After 4G63, the 4G64 is the second largest variant, at 2,351 cc. Early models were 8-valve SOHC, but a later 16-valve SOHC and...
2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 15/04/2012
Check the following; 1. bad fuel pump 2. bad fuel pump relay 3. dirty fuel filter 4. bad gas 5. bad distributor 6. ignition coil malfunctioning Have these check first. Your radiator has nothing to do with accelerating although if the cause of...
2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 22/06/2010
Its factory set and can't be changed.No distributor on this engine.
1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 28/03/2007
If it starts with either then your ignition is working,you have a fuel problem. These have a fuel pressure regulator located inside the intake manifold that are known to leak. Hope this helps.
2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 22/05/2013
any decent name brand oil, 10w30 in the summer & 5w30 in the winter..
5 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 12/07/2007
have the computer scanned and see if you get any trouble codes from it,if not you may have a fuel pump going bad on it,if it doesn't get the right amount of fuel to it,it wont run right and will have a lot of hesitation in it,it may also be out of time,that will cause a lot of hesitation in one,the 3.3 was a good engine,but after...
2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 06/06/2008
It's by the right front axle in the transmission housing! Has two wires going to it, the only connector on that part of trans.
3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 04/08/2008
The firing order on the 1987 camaro with the 2.8 liter engine is 1-2-3-4-5-6 Please use the link posted that has a really good diagram of the engine firing order and distributor rotation.Best of luck. http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide...
1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 27/10/2008
It will have a belt.
1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 09/08/2009
If you follow the air duct from the filter toward the intake the MAF sensor is the first sensor in the duct located about 4" from where the duct exits the filter box. The connector is on the right of the duct as you look from the front of the vehicle.
1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 01/05/2011
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