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Old 05-23-2003, 12:35 PM
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And im here to provide help if i can in any areas that im capable of.</P>


so greetings to all.</P>
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HI....</P>


I'm looking for the exact location of a temperature sensor of a mitubishi galant 1.8I 08-1990....i thought it was right underneath the inlet-manifold in the engine-head(sorry don't know the right technical word for it .stupid dutch guy)</P>


Because my engine runs pretty okay in cold dry weather but runs really bad when it's warm and dampy especially when accelerating.</P>


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Old 05-30-2003, 09:31 PM
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well, i cant really tell you where it is, as there was never an american galant with a 1.8 liter engine installed in it.</P>


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however, if it runs poorly when damp, its probably related to the secondary ignition (spark plug wires, distributor cap, etc), and probably has nothing to do with the coolant temp sensor.</P>
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Hi </P>


Ive got a question to anyone that is willing to help i own a 1977 galant and wish to make it into a Sleeper and i wouldnt mind some advise of what to do as in engine mods for the best performance. </P>


But i want it still to be silent i hope that you can help </P>
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Old 06-14-2003, 11:33 PM
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Hi </P>


Ive got a question to anyone that is willing to help i own a 1977 galant and wish to make it into a Sleeper and i wouldnt mind some advise of what to do as in engine mods for the best performance. </P>


But i want it still to be silent i hope that you can help </P>
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theres another problem with that, im afraid.</P>


mitsu didnt sell cars in american until 1983, so theres absolutly no information over here for anything earlier than that.
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Old 06-15-2003, 04:17 AM
 
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Well is there anyway that ild be able to convert it into a something like an Evo or earily modellancer even. and how hard would it be. cost envolving etc.</P>


Its weird really because its a chrysler galant but then mitsu brought it out and created the sigmas and the lancers from it so sorry for the confusion</P>
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Old 06-15-2003, 04:30 AM
 
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ive got my workshop manual infront of me and it says that the American counterpart for the Galant is called the "Dodge Colt" and the UK counterpart is called the "Colt Celeste" so i hope that helps the confusion a bit Thanks </P>
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Old 06-15-2003, 01:02 PM
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the american colts were mitsu lancers (or mitsu mirages, depending on where you were located).</P>


the mitsu galants (over here, anyway) were always their own cars.</P>


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Old 06-17-2003, 09:25 AM
 
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Thanks heaps for that i really appreciate you trying to help </P>


looks like ill have to try some different approach to the matter then</P>


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can anyone tell me information on doing a motor swap in a 94 mitsu eclipse going from a 1.8 litre to a 2.0 what would be some parts that i would need to replace and do they sell like a kit that can come with all this stuff? thanks for your comments. Shawn</P>


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