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1992 Mitsubishi Galant CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-3460A41    W0133-1645291  New

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$74.78
First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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  • Front - Left
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1992 - Mitsubishi Galant Manual AWD
First Equipment Quality
1987 Mitsubishi Montero CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-1618DD1    W0133-1853197  New

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$95.87
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1987 - Mitsubishi Montero
First Equipment Quality
1996 Mitsubishi 3000GT CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-50C86B4    W0133-1852171  New

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$98.27
First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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1996 - Mitsubishi 3000GT Base
First Equipment Quality
1998 Mitsubishi Diamante CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-4E80762    W0133-1833219  New

Qty:
$84.47
First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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Brand: First Equipment Quality
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1998 - Mitsubishi Diamante
First Equipment Quality
2001 Mitsubishi Montero Sport CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-29C4918    W0133-1732010  New

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$85.44
First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
  • New - Lifetime Warranty
  • Front - Left
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2001 - Mitsubishi Montero Sport 4WD
First Equipment Quality
2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-4E231C8    W0133-1732138  New

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$82.30
First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2000 - Mitsubishi Eclipse GT
First Equipment Quality
2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-4E231C8    W0133-1732138  New

Qty:
$82.30
First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
  • New - Lifetime Warranty
  • ; Production: -01/31/2002
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2003 - Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder GTS To:01-31-02
EMPI
1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse CV Axle Assembly EMPI

P311-0A527FD    W0133-1838699  New

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$107.28
EMPI CV Axle Assembly
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Brand: EMPI
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1999 - Mitsubishi Eclipse RS
First Equipment Quality
1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-2325A23    W0133-1840149  New

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$89.46
First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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Brand: First Equipment Quality
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1996 - Mitsubishi Eclipse GS
First Equipment Quality
2003 Mitsubishi Montero CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-5C4EB82    W0133-1732400  New

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$92.10
First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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2003 - Mitsubishi Montero
First Equipment Quality
2002 Mitsubishi Mirage CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-4B6414B    W0133-1852605  New

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First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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2002 - Mitsubishi Mirage DE
First Equipment Quality
2003 Mitsubishi Outlander CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-2BD9C53    W0133-1833221  New

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$102.93
First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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2003 - Mitsubishi Outlander AWD
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2005 Mitsubishi Lancer CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-37BCD5F    W0133-2034051  New

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$104.50
First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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2005 - Mitsubishi Lancer ES
First Equipment Quality
2007 Mitsubishi Endeavor CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-1DD729D    W0133-1767075  New

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$80.88
First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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2007 - Mitsubishi Endeavor AWD
Cardone
2008 Mitsubishi Lancer CV Axle Assembly Cardone

P311-48580C3    W0133-1969229  New

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$42.00 $189.15
Cardone CV Axle Assembly
  • Remanufactured
Brand: Cardone
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2008 - Mitsubishi Lancer Automatic CVT
Cardone
2016 Mitsubishi Lancer CV Axle Assembly 4 Cyl 2.4L Cardone

P311-48580C3    W0133-1969229  New

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Cardone CV Axle Assembly
  • Remanufactured
  • ; Production: -06/30/2016
Brand: Cardone
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2016 - Mitsubishi Lancer SE Limited Edition L 4 Cyl 2.4L 144 2360 To:06-30-16
Cardone
2016 Mitsubishi Lancer CV Axle Assembly Cardone

P311-48580C3    W0133-1969229  New

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$42.00 $189.15
Cardone CV Axle Assembly
  • Remanufactured
  • ; Production: 07/01/2016-
Brand: Cardone
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2016 - Mitsubishi Lancer SEL Fr:07-01-16
First Equipment Quality
2011 Mitsubishi RVR CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-2B98940    W0133-1969882  New

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$119.17
First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
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Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2011 - Mitsubishi RVR GT
First Equipment Quality
2016 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-2B98940    W0133-1969882  New

Qty:
$119.17
First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
  • New - Lifetime Warranty
  • ; Production: -07/31/2016
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2016 - Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SE To:07-31-16
First Equipment Quality
2009 Mitsubishi Outlander CV Axle Assembly First Equipment Quality

P311-2D12876    W0133-1969890  New

Qty:
$111.08
First Equipment Quality CV Axle Assembly
  • New - Lifetime Warranty
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2009 - Mitsubishi Outlander SE FWD

Latest Mitsubishi Repair and Axle Installation Advice

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2000 mitsubishi galant

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Question From roughdog on 2000 mitsubishi galant

I have a question if anyone knows.....I was driving my car when it suddenly cutt off and I went coasting. It cranks back up, however when I put into gear shift it doesn't move. Any suggestions...

Response From Mr.scotty

So.., if you give it gas it will just rev up and wont move?
Try all the gears selections and see if the same thing happens.

Response From roughdog

Yes I cranks up the engine gets going when I hitt the gas, but no movement in any gears.
I was thinking timing belt, but that doesn't have anything to do with the movement of the vehicle in this model
I'm thinking something in my engine?

Response From chickenhouse

If the engine cranks up, revs up and the car dosen't move, i'd be looking at the clutch.

Response From Hammer Time

Did somebody say it was a stick?

Response From chickenhouse

Did someone say it was an automatic?

Response From Mr.scotty

By the way he makes it sounds, it sounds like it's a automatic.
And who would buy a mitsubishi in 2000 that isn't an automatic..haha

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Also while your checking your transmission fluid, inspect the CV axles. If you break an axle, the vehicle won't move.

Response From Mr.scotty

Thats another thing I should have suggested.

Thanks for posting that though!

Response From Mr.scotty

The engine starts and revs up.
It's in the tranny.
Check the ATF fluid level.

1995 mitsubishi mirage breking flexplates ?

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Question From ben18818 on 1995 mitsubishi mirage breking flexplates ?

Just taking a chance that someone out there has seen this problem. My 95 Mitsubishi mirage 1.5 liter has broken two flexplates after an engine swap. I cant figure out what is causing this. Any info would be appreciated .

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

I would expect that is a mismatch between the flex plate, the converter and the trans axle and there must be constant pressure on the flex plate for that too happen.

Response From re-tired

Also the mounting surface must be absolutly flat and clean the mounting bolts must be all same and torqued to mfg specs WITH a torque wrench.

1998 Mitsubishi Mirage hub removal

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Question From corndawg on 1998 Mitsubishi Mirage hub removal

Hi, I have a 98 Mirage that I need to remove a front hub to replace a lug stud. I have taken it down to the point of removing the axle nut & still cannot get the hub off. I cannot get a service manual until tomorrow & was hoping to fix it tonight. Any tips will be greatly appreciated. Thanks much.

Response From Double J

If thats all you removed the hub isn't coming off...
It should have at least 3 mounting bolts attaching the hub assy to the knuckle that need to be removed.

I am not too familiar with the mitsu's..
I just looked up some info but all I can get is info for the Eclipse

Does your set-up look anything like this?



If so...here are some instructions......hope this helps...again this is for an eclipse....LET ME KNOW>>>>>>>

1995-98 Vehicles
See Figures 8 and 9
The front hub assembly is a sealed unit and should not be disassembled.


  1. Raise and safely support the vehicle.

  2. Remove the wheel and tire assembly.

  3. Remove and discard the driveshaft nut cotter pin.

  4. Remove the driveshaft nut, holding the rotor in place with a suitable tool.

  5. If equipped with ABS, remove the front wheel speed sensor.

  6. Unbolt the caliper assembly and suspend out of the way with a piece of wire. Do not disconnect the fluid line.

  7. Use a suitable puller to separate the upper control arm ball joint from the steering knuckle.

  8. Unfasten the retaining bolts, then remove the front hub assembly. Shift the knuckle to the outside in order to keep the clearance between the front hub mounting bolts and driveshaft. Be careful not to damage the ball joint boot. If equipped with ABS, be careful not to damage the rotor.


Fig. 8: Exploded view of the front hub bearing assembly and related components-1995-98 vehicles


If steering knuckle removal is necessary proceed with the following steps.

  1. Unfasten the retaining bolts, then remove the dust shield.

  2. Remove and discard the cotter pin, then separate the tie rod end from the steering knuckle using a puller.

  3. Use a suitable puller to separate the compression and lateral lower control arm ball joints from the steering knuckle.

  4. Unfasten the connecting nut and bolt of the damper fork and lateral lower control arm.

  5. Remove the steering knuckle from the vehicle.


Fig. 9: Exploded view of the steering knuckle and related components-1995-98 vehicles


To install:

  1. Position the steering knuckle in the vehicle. Install the connecting bolt and nut and secure hand-tight.

  2. Attach the lateral and compression lower control arm ball joints into the steering knuckle.

  3. Fasten the tie rod end ball joint to the steering knuckle, then install the retaining nut and tighten to 17-25 ft. lbs. (24-33 Nm). Install a new cotter pin and bend over securely.

  4. Install the dust shield and secure with the retaining bolt. 6.5 ft. lbs. (8.5 Nm).

  5. Position the front hub assembly, then secure with the retaining bolts. Tighten to 65 ft. lbs. (88 Nm).

  6. Fasten the upper control arm ball joint to the steering knuckle.

  7. Install the brake disc (rotor) and caliper.

  8. If equipped, install the front wheel speed sensor.

  9. Install the driveshaft nut. Hold the rotor in position while tightening the driveshaft nut to 145-188 ft. lbs. (196-255 Nm). If the cotter pin holes does not match, tighten the nut up to 188 ft. lbs. (225 Nm) maximum. Install a new cotter pin in the first matching holes, then bend it over securely.

  10. Install the wheel and tire assembly, then carefully lower the vehicle.

Response From corndawg

Thanks for the reply. My setup is quite a bit different than the Eclipse. I have been told that I need a puller.

Response From corndawg Top Rated Answer

Thanks again, I'm gonna see if I can get it w/out removing the hub. It doesn't seem like I can, but I'll give it a try.

Response From Guest

Too late to help, but I thought I would post in case anyone else has a similar problem. I just went through this ordeal myself.
I have a '97 mirage. I removed the tire, caliper, pads and pad mount, and rotor. Looking at the hub, the right side has access to slide the stud in from behind. It is a tight fit, and doesn't look like it will work, but it does. First, you'll want to lube up the new stud and a lug nut. Get the stud in far enough to reposition the rotor on the hub. When the rotor is repositioned, put a lug nut over the new stud. finger tighten it, then give it a few turns with the iron. This pulls the stud further into the hole, but not far enough. Take the nut off, place the tire over the rotor, replace the nut and tighten again. Eventually, the nut will pull the stud all the way through. Remove the nut again, remove the tire, reattach everything, and tah-dah! The stud is replaced without removing the hub or needing a puller.
I hope this helps somebody, I sure wish I had found something like this before I started!

Response From Double J

Just thinking here...

A lot of times there is an access spot to replace a stud without removing the hub...
I'm not sure on Mitsu's..
But they do have a spot on most that the hub has to be turned/ positioned in a cetain way for removal and installation of the stud..
LQQk closely at it first... Cause sometimes it doesn't appear that way...

Just a thought....

93 Mitsubishi eclipse creaking noise

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Question From Ice 9 on 93 Mitsubishi eclipse creaking noise

it comes and goes, sometimes i can drive around and go over bumps and whatever else and it makes no noise, other times all i have to do is turn my steering wheel, or lean on the front of my car and it creaks. my dad said he thought it was the strut. do i just need to replace it? also before i got the car the front bumper was broken in two, so not sure what kind of damage it took but the guy who had it before me took absolutly no care of it. any ideas?

Response From Ice 9

so do i just need to replace the strut, or is there something i can do to fix it?

Response From Ice 9 Top Rated Answer

ok, so i got new struts, had them put on and once they were done i pushed on my front end and it creaked just like before, the guys were nice enough to real quick put it up on a lift and look at it, they said it was my lower controle arm bushings, and on a side note that my axle needed replaced pretty soon and that my wheel bearings were on their way to needing to be replaced, but i had time. so i replaced the axle and got rid of a clicking noise, and replaced the bushings, but the creak is still there, what else could be making noise? thanks in advance.

Response From DrElectrics

Im no mechanic, but definately sounds like the struts.

shakes after replaced engine

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Question From trixywicker on shakes after replaced engine

I have a 97 mitsubishi eclipse 2.0lt. non turbo that was in perfect running order then the timing belt went which blew the engine. The engine was replaced and immediately after the car would shake after about 40mph but NOT when the clutch was in. They changed the tires, balanced, aligned, put new tie rods even though i told them the car was MINT before the engine was changed. still not fixed, they then told me they thought it was the transmission but decided to look at all other smaller things before they resorted to that...they are now looking at the axles. Ive heard from several people it could be the engine or transmission mounts. I would assume they checked this. They are stumped and my bill is climbing. All I know is what ever THEY did while putting that engine in caused the shaking or could there be any fault IN the used engine that could cause these symptoms? Any other opinions?

Response From trixywicker Top Rated Answer

My mechanic replaced the axle and said he found a bent bracket. Now the car is fixed. Mystery solved.