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Walker Exhaust Tail Pipe
  • Walker Tail Pipe
  • Product Attributes:
    • Finish: Aluminized
    • Grade Type: Regular
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Largo: 34.750
    • Length: 34.750
    • Material: Steel
    • Max Year Covered: 2004
    • Min Year Covered: 2000
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Mitsubishi Montero Sport
    • Most Popular Year: 2000
    • Outlet Outside Diameter: 2.250
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Terminación: Aluminized
    • Total Part VIO:
      • 72517
      • 85682
Brand: Walker
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2000 - Mitsubishi Montero Sport V 6 Cyl 3.0L 181 2972
Walker
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Walker Exhaust Tail Pipe  Right
  • with Dual Exhaust; Tail Pipes Exit On Either Side Of License Plate
  • Dynomax Tail Pipe
  • Product Attributes:
    • Finish: Aluminized
    • Grade Type: Performance
    • Inlet Outside Diameter: 2.500
    • Length: 63.500
    • Material: Steel
    • Max Year Covered: 2009
    • Min Year Covered: 2005
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Dodge Dakota
    • Most Popular Year: 2005
    • Outlet Outside Diameter: 2.500
    • Product Grade: Premium
    • Total Part VIO: 295835
Brand: Walker
Position: Right
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2006 - Mitsubishi Raider Right V 8 Cyl 4.7L 287 -
Walker
Qty:
40.71
Walker Exhaust Tail Pipe  Left
  • with Dual Exhaust; Tail Pipes Exit On Either Side Of License Plate
  • Dynomax Tail Pipe
  • Product Attributes:
    • Finish: Aluminized
    • Grade Type: Performance
    • Inlet Outside Diameter: 2.500
    • Length: 54.500
    • Material: Steel
    • Max Year Covered: 2009
    • Min Year Covered: 2005
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Dodge Dakota
    • Most Popular Year: 2005
    • Outlet Outside Diameter: 2.500
    • Product Grade: Premium
    • Total Part VIO: 295835
Brand: Walker
Position: Left
Additional Fitment Information:
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2008 - Mitsubishi Raider Left V 6 Cyl 3.7L 226 -
Walker
Qty:
31.99
Walker Exhaust Tail Pipe
  • with Federal Emission System
  • Walker Tail Pipe
  • Product Attributes:
    • Finish: Aluminized
    • Grade Type: Regular
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Largo: 22.875
    • Length: 22.875
    • Material: Steel
    • Max Year Covered: 1999
    • Min Year Covered: 1997
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Mitsubishi Montero Sport
    • Most Popular Year: 1998
    • Outlet Outside Diameter: 2.250
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Terminación: Aluminized
    • Total Part VIO:
      • 16609
      • 20269
Brand: Walker
Additional Fitment Information:
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1999 - Mitsubishi Montero Sport V 6 Cyl 3.0L 181 2972
Walker
Qty:
31.99
Walker Exhaust Tail Pipe
  • with California Emission System
  • Walker Tail Pipe
  • Product Attributes:
    • Finish: Aluminized
    • Grade Type: Regular
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Largo: 22.875
    • Length: 22.875
    • Material: Steel
    • Max Year Covered: 1999
    • Min Year Covered: 1997
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Mitsubishi Montero Sport
    • Most Popular Year: 1998
    • Outlet Outside Diameter: 2.250
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Terminación: Aluminized
    • Total Part VIO:
      • 16609
      • 20269
Brand: Walker
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1997 - Mitsubishi Montero Sport V 6 Cyl 3.0L 181 2972
Walker
Qty:
45.26
Walker Exhaust Tail Pipe
  • with California Emission System
  • Walker Tail Pipe
  • Product Attributes:
    • Finish: Aluminized
    • Grade Type: Regular
    • Inlet Quantity: 1
    • Largo: 34.750
    • Length: 34.750
    • Material: Steel
    • Max Year Covered: 2004
    • Min Year Covered: 2000
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Mitsubishi Montero Sport
    • Most Popular Year: 2000
    • Outlet Outside Diameter: 2.250
    • Outlet Quantity: 1
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Terminación: Aluminized
    • Total Part VIO:
      • 72517
      • 85682
Brand: Walker
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2000 - Mitsubishi Montero Sport V 6 Cyl 3.5L 215 3497

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1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse 2.0 Blown/cracked head? Plz help

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Question From Guest on 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse 2.0 Blown/cracked head? Plz help

Hi i am emailing your because i am in need of some help and would greatly appreciate it if someone did. i just bought my first car ( 1997 eclipse, 2.0 L) and i wanted to make sure it doesn't have a blown/cracked head gasket or is about to get one. The symptoms are : white smoke for about 1 second through exhaust when i accelerate after i stop at a stop light or sign ( happens sometimes not all), radiator reserve bubbling, but not the main radiator tank ( read that you can tell when its bubbling ). other than that the car runs great, doesn't overheat, trans shifts good. I'm hoping it could be just an oil leak and is fixable because once in a while i smell oil when i get out of the car. Please let me know. Thanks a lot.

J.R.

Response From Hammer Time

If it's never overheating, then I wouldn't get too concerned yet. The smoke you see may be more gray than white indicating oil consumption instead of coolant. You may have some worn valve guides instead of a blown head gasket. Watch the coolant level and see if it's consuming any.

Response From magic_ninja Top Rated Answer

Here is what you will notice with a blown head-gasket (I have seen a few of these)

At idle you will see compression in the radiator (bubbles constantly in time with the engine firing. You may notice some temporary ones, but those are air in the radiator getting out if you have had it running with the cap off and not completely full of water.

"Milky" oil - this is not a super-common symptom as some people believe. Seen several cars with blown headgaskets that didn't have this

Water coming from tail pipe - this usually shows in more severe cases. You may get water coming out from other sources, especially in cold weather. More severe cases you will see it shoot out

Knocking sound even though there is plenty of oil in the system - this is from coolant entering cylinder heads and causing the cylinder to miss

Car overheating, plenty of coolant in the resevior :

**radiator cap and thermostat check out to be fine
radiator cap- small cracks in the rubber around the seal under the radiator cap
thermostat - drop the thermostat into a pan of water rolling at a gentle boil and let it warm up, you will see it slowly opens as it reaches its temp (212 water boiling point) and carefully remove it with pliers or something, carful not to bend any moving parts and watch it close as it cools off (let it do this slowly at room temp), then you know thats fine

If you can get it done, just have the cooling system pressure tested, this can save alot of trouble, pressure tests out fine then probably not what your worrying about. Just a novice here but I've had experience worrying about that. Keep an eye on temps and coolant level, color of your oil and you will know soon enough.

If your getting white smoke (make sure its smoke not just steam/smog or whatever those gases contain) for just 1 second or so, and it IS smoke, then your probably burning oil somewhere as previously mentioned

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

magic; Not correcting you, just giving you some more info for your growing collection.
When testing a thermostat, put it in some type of vessel with cold water. Insert a thermometer (candy thermometers work very well, and are cheap). Do not allow the thermostat to sit on the bottom of the vessel. Begin heating the water, watching the temperature. If it is a 180F or 195F thermostat, it should be wide open at the correct temp. Once open, remove the vessel from the heating source and watch the temp as it decreases. The stat should begin to close once it starts cooling. Even a bad thermostat may open with boiling water.

Response From Hammer Time

Water coming from tail pipe - this usually shows in more severe cases. You may get water coming out from other sources, especially in cold weather. More severe cases you will see it shoot out

Coolant that enters the combustion chamber will NEVER make it to the tailpipe as a liquid. It will be white steam after passing through the converter. Any water seen coming out of the tailpipe will be condensation formed inside the exhaust system and completely normal.

1993 Eclipse Mystery

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Question From nrd on 1993 Eclipse Mystery

Hi guys (and girls?)

I have a 1993 Mitsubishi Eclipse that has what I think is a bit above average white smoke from the tail pipe, which does go away after about 20 mins of driving (its currently bellow zero here)

I have been keeping an eye on my coolant levels and they are fine staying at a constant level (the reserve at least and when I checked last the coolant levels looked good under the cap), the reservoir doesnt bubble and the colour is blue (as it should be). There is no milkshake looking oil. Nothing around the oil fill cap. No engine over heating either

on top of this I do have Idle Surge, whilst moving with my foot fully on the clutch/out of gear the revs will climb between 1000 and 1700 up and down UNTIL I come to a stand still, then it settles at a normal idle position.

I should point out the exhaust was a cowboy job by previos owner that I have fixed for now, but there are about two hole in it still, and the guy that did it for us mentioned something about the cat. converter maybe need replacing soon.

im confused as to what this is.
I have some valve cleaning solution to put into the petrol, You think its worth giving that a shot?

Cheers

Neal

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Neal; When the engine is cool, and safe to do so, remove the radiator cap and verify that it is full. Low coolant level can cause the surge at idle. A faulty coolant temp sensor, a vacuum leak, sticky idle control motor, ect. can also cause the surge. As far as the 'white smoke' is concerned....re-tired is right on. A good functioning engine makes it's own water. It is perfectly normal to see condensation steam as a result....even more so in frigid weather. Even more so if the car is driven primarily short distances so that the exhaust system doesn't get hot enough to evaporate the moisture. The exhaust system...if you have an exhaust leak before the Oxygen Sensor, it may be causing a problem as well. The only time a catalytic converter would cause an idle problem would be if it were plugged in which case, you'd have a severe loss of power. Let us know what you find and we can 'go from there'.
Have a great New Years.

Response From nrd Top Rated Answer


Neal; When the engine is cool, and safe to do so, remove the radiator cap and verify that it is full. Low coolant level can cause the surge at idle. A faulty coolant temp sensor, a vacuum leak, sticky idle control motor, ect. can also cause the surge. As far as the 'white smoke' is concerned....re-tired is right on. A good functioning engine makes it's own water. It is perfectly normal to see condensation steam as a result....even more so in frigid weather. Even more so if the car is driven primarily short distances so that the exhaust system doesn't get hot enough to evaporate the moisture. The exhaust system...if you have an exhaust leak before the Oxygen Sensor, it may be causing a problem as well. The only time a catalytic converter would cause an idle problem would be if it were plugged in which case, you'd have a severe loss of power. Let us know what you find and we can 'go from there'.
Have a great New Years.

Hi again,
Thanks for the help here from everyone. I have checked, double checked and checked again the radiator levels. My reservoir is just on the full mark and has been since I topped it up about a month ago. I have read that the idle controll motor CAN stick on the Eclipse, so I might be needing a new one or it to be fixed. Im going to send it to a garage hopefully sometime this month to get the CV joints looked at so will bring it up at the same time.

The smoke issue still persists, im sure its not steam as it lingers a bit longer than normal..but then I have seen a few cars on the road with the same exhaust output...so im not sure still. I cant relax about it.Haha. When i take it to the garage I will mention this first, if its bad news there is no point me fixing with the other things. Thanks again for your help, really appreciated.

Will let you know how it goes.

Neal

Response From re-tired

Sometimes it is hard to tell two different kinds of "white" smoke apart . One is steam ,which will dissapate rather quichly. The other is oil smoke which tends to linger a bit longer .Check tailpipe for water or oil residue.Worn or hardened valve seals will cause smoke for a short time after start up also.