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Mitsubishi 4x4 and SUV Tech
10/14/18 05:46 PM
Ok, oil changed, waiting on some other parts to show up like the timing belt and shocks. Next weekend we will really dig in to this thing and hopefully finish the tune up.
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Mitsubishi 4x4 and SUV Tech
10/13/18 08:03 PM
An update...

I checked everything to the best of my ability, and no luck. Battery light continued to be on.

Now with the cooler weather of fall, I noticed that the engine didn't want to start very easily. I did some fine tuning of my still-new Weber installation, and discovered that the electric choke wasn't working. When I installed the thing I found a switched power lead that used to go to the vacuum control box, and simply plugged into it. Now I discover that it only has power intermittently, causing the choke to fail. I found another connector in that plug which definitely does have solid, switched power and moved the connection to it. Now the choke works great.

What's more, the battery light went off at the same time. Not sure what the connector was or why it would activate the battery light, but it doesn't any longer.

And so continues my adventure!
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Mitsubishi 4x4 and SUV Tech
10/13/18 07:57 PM
Nope, no rattle at start or any other time. Oil Pressure is good.

If it's not something that needs doing right now, I'll add it to next summer's project list.

Do the chains for the balancer shafts get replaced at the same time?
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Mitsubishi 4x4 and SUV Tech
10/13/18 04:52 PM
I got one from another 91. Just did a sea foam treatment t and the engine stays running. Which could mean that there was water in the fuel, bad fuel or just all gunked up. Either way, before it died after 2-3 minutes, now it was stable ( also when driving) for over 15 minutes. Still a bit suspicious, though...
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Mitsubishi 4x4 and SUV Tech
10/13/18 03:09 AM
Yeah, done before. things to consider with a small block Chrysler are the with and length. If you use the shortest water pump, move the radiator to the front of the rad support, and massage the firewall to create room for the distributor, then do a body lift to clear the bellhousing..this is all done and feasible. Chevy 350 has been done the same way. About 10 years (11?) back, there was a dude 777 that used a Cadillac 6.0L with AT, thing was awesome, and no money spared. Then he dropped from site and sight.

I've long been a fan of the 302 Ford conversion: shorter length, not wide because engine is 60 degree rather than 90, front distributor, and a C4 auto can all be done without firewall mods, radiator mods, or a body lift.
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Mitsubishi 4x4 and SUV Tech
10/12/18 06:58 PM
my part # looks like I have a 2002 ecu...
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Mitsubishi 4x4 and SUV Tech
10/04/18 01:20 AM
Would an impact wrench (air or electric) work? Maybe it could back the bolt out without causing the crank and pistons to rotate.
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Mitsubishi 4x4 and SUV Tech
09/28/18 03:01 AM
Originally Posted by rxinhed
Rather than mess with a still low-amp alternator, look up the early 90's Diamante or Galant, some had 103, 109, 120 amp alternators.


Hmmm....I can see I'll be spending some quality time on RockAuto!
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Mitsubishi 4x4 and SUV Tech
09/26/18 10:30 AM
I'll take a wag and say you're lockup torque converter is malfunctioning.
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09/25/18 07:38 PM
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