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1995 Mitsubishi Mirage Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 1.8L Metrix

P311-46BEE2F    W0133-1623718  New

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1995 - Mitsubishi Mirage L 1834 112
Metrix
1993 Mitsubishi Expo LRV Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 1.8L Metrix

P311-46BEE2F    W0133-1623718  New

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  • Production: 06/1993-
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Metrix
1994 Mitsubishi Mirage Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 1.8L Metrix

P311-46BEE2F    W0133-1623718  New

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  • Production: 10/1993-
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Metrix
1994 Mitsubishi Expo Engine Water Pump Metrix

P311-3752590    W0133-1619391  New

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1994 - Mitsubishi Expo
NPW
1994 Mitsubishi Expo Engine Water Pump NPW

P311-49712F5    W0133-1619391  New

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1994 - Mitsubishi Expo
Metrix
1992 Mitsubishi Expo Engine Water Pump Metrix

P311-3752590    W0133-1619391  New

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Metrix Engine Water Pump
  • Production: 06/1992-
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1992 - Mitsubishi Expo Fr:06-00-92
NPW
1992 Mitsubishi Expo Engine Water Pump NPW

P311-49712F5    W0133-1619391  New

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NPW Engine Water Pump
  • Production: 06/1992-
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Metrix
1993 Mitsubishi Galant Engine Water Pump Metrix

P311-3752590    W0133-1619391  New

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Metrix Engine Water Pump
  • Production: 06/01/1992-
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1993 - Mitsubishi Galant Fr:06-01-92
NPW
1993 Mitsubishi Galant Engine Water Pump NPW

P311-49712F5    W0133-1619391  New

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NPW Engine Water Pump
  • Production: 06/01/1992-
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1993 - Mitsubishi Galant Fr:06-01-92
NPW
1990 Mitsubishi Eclipse Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 2.0L NPW

P311-42931F7    W0133-1612976  New

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NPW Engine Water Pump
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1990 - Mitsubishi Eclipse L 1997 122
Metrix
1992 Mitsubishi Expo Engine Water Pump Metrix

P311-29DC3B3    W0133-1620653  New

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Metrix Engine Water Pump
  • Production: -05/1992
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NPW
1992 Mitsubishi Expo Engine Water Pump NPW

P311-1C1D973    W0133-1620653  New

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NPW Engine Water Pump
  • Production: -05/1992
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Metrix
1989 Mitsubishi Galant Engine Water Pump Metrix

P311-29DC3B3    W0133-1620653  New

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1989 - Mitsubishi Galant SOHC
NPW
1989 Mitsubishi Galant Engine Water Pump NPW

P311-1C1D973    W0133-1620653  New

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NPW Engine Water Pump
Brand: NPW
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1989 - Mitsubishi Galant SOHC
NPW
1997 Mitsubishi Montero Sport Engine Water Pump 4 Cyl 2.4L NPW

P311-0A9844D    W0133-1731506  New

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NPW Engine Water Pump
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1997 - Mitsubishi Montero Sport L 2351 -
GMB
1990 Mitsubishi Mirage Engine Water Pump GMB

P311-47B893B    W0133-1626492  New

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GMB Engine Water Pump
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1990 - Mitsubishi Mirage
NPW
1983 Mitsubishi Montero Engine Water Pump NPW

P311-3665C23    W0133-1837824  New

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NPW Engine Water Pump
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1983 - Mitsubishi Montero
NPW
1984 Mitsubishi Starion Engine Water Pump NPW

P311-3665C23    W0133-1837824  New

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NPW Engine Water Pump
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1984 - Mitsubishi Starion
NPW
1986 Mitsubishi Starion Engine Water Pump NPW

P311-3665C23    W0133-1837824  New

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NPW Engine Water Pump
  • Production: -11/1986, For Vehicles w/o intercooler
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1986 - Mitsubishi Starion To:11-00-86
NPW
1987 Mitsubishi Starion Engine Water Pump NPW

P311-3665C23    W0133-1837824  New

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NPW Engine Water Pump
  • Production: -11/30/1986, For Vehicles w/o intercooler
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Latest Mitsubishi Repair and Water Pump Installation Advice

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Help with engine heating...

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Question From Guest on Help with engine heating...

My '98 Mitsubishi Eclispse is over heating and has an empty coolant reservoir. I took it to a local auto repair center and he told me that the anti freeze sockets are worn and need to be replaced. He told me that it costs be about 1200$ for that.

Can anybody tell me if that price sounds reasonable???

Also, when I took it to the other store, he pressure checked the radiator and told me that there are no leaks. Can anybody tell me if the pressure check reveals any leaks through the anti-freeze sockets???

Thanks.

Response From Tom Greenleaf


What in the heck are anti-freeze sockets? There are core plugs that are frequently called freeze plugs and tough to do them all. Just my opinion but $1200 seems way to high. Keep the system full till you get this taken care of, T

Response From Guest

Sorry for the wrong terminology... they are Expansion/Freeze plugs. Does these cause a leak in the coolant system that cannot be deetermined by the pressure check?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Ok: You found the coolant reservoir empty after an overheat. If that bottle wasn't noticed right away it could have spit up coolant with no evidence. Those bottle can also have leaks and would eventually leave you with a less than full radiator.

You mentioned a pressure test found no leaks. There would be evidence somewhere unless your engine is burning it which they can and if bad enough you would notice white fog out the exhaust suggesting a head gasket. radiator must be kept full at the radiator first then the recovery/reservior tank to proper level.

Hard to say now what came first an overheat from several possibilities or an overheat from low coolant?

Coolant leaks will leave evidence and sometimes you need mirrors to see in tight spots. They make telescopic little mirrors just for this and check the bottom of the water pump.

It's possible that a "freeze" plug has rusted and leaks but this shouldn't be guessing it should be seen and if the engine has to come out but it seems early for this for a 1998.

I think you should seek out another opinoin or ask the shop to show you just what the problem is, Good luck, T

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

well it seems funny ya can likely by a rebuilt motor for thet price lol what ever they wish to call them the soft plugs could well be bad but I' check the water pump first if you live in an area of high salt during winter soft plugs are common but its more likely the water pump bearing is just wore out or leaking look for discoloration around the water pump from the steam cooling the steam is hard to see but the discoloration is usually visible look for water leaks

Response From Tom Greenleaf

The term is core plugs. It's been since the early 1900's since they were for freeze protection. YES they can rust and leak coolant. They are dirt cheap but can be nasty work to replace. I'm probably wrong but I have just replaced bad one and not just all of them and have gotten away with that my whole life, T

Response From Guest

Thank you very much for the replies!!!

2003 Mitsubishi Outlander shaking problem

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Question From JansoJason on 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander shaking problem

Year of vehicle: 2003
Make of vehicle (Ford/ Chevrolet): Mitsubishi
Model of vehicle ( Taurus/ Cavalier): Outlander
Engine size (2.0/ 5.7): 2.4
Mileage/Kilometers: 100K


when I drive on uphill at 40-50mph, the car will shake intermittently,It is like:

shaking---stop shaking for seconds---shaking----stop shaking for seconds---shaking.
pretty big...

I do not know whether it is related with the timing belt change, or not. I think I found this problem after I got the timing belt and water pump changed. But I am not very sure.

any comments for this? thank you!

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

Jan; You mentioned that this only happens 'uphill'. Under heavy fuel demand? Check engine or service engine soon light coming on? This could be a secondary misfire, or starving for fuel. Any backfiring associated with the 'shaking'?
If you get a check engine light, have the code(s) retrieved and post them. It is not uncommon to have a misfire that doesn't last long enough for the computer to pick it up, but if it did, that would simplify things. If you haven't had the fuel filter replaced in the past year, you may want to do that as a maintenance thing.

Response From JansoJason

the fuel filter and the pump are assembled!
total cost will be around $400.00...
I do not know wheter I should do it or not.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Jan; No, I wouldn't advise replacing the pump/filter assy. without proper diagnostics, first. A fuel pressure/volume test should be done to see if that is even the problem. Most shops will have the equipment to do this.

Response From JansoJason

Hi Loren,

Thank you very much for reply~
Yes, it only happens 'uphill' under heavy fuel demand. And when it was shaking, if i release the gas pedal, the shaking is gone.

No light (Check engine or service engine soon light coming ) is on.
(what symptoms if backfiring happens? It is like huge noise? )the engine is fine, no noise.

I will check the fuel filter, if necessary I will change it. Thank you point it out.

Thank you very much!

2000 Mitsubishi Montero Sport - Knocking Noise

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Question From mlr23 on 2000 Mitsubishi Montero Sport - Knocking Noise

I had the same problem for about a year. Finally my water pump locked up, which is driven by the timing belt. In the process of replacing it I realized the bearing to my timing belt pulley had gone bad. I replaced water pump, timing belt, tensioner, and both pulleys. The terrible noise I couldn't figure out is now gone. If possible I would recommend replacing all of these. If you do it yourself you will need a particular tool to set the tensioner pulley. The part # for the tool is MD998767. I found it online for about $30. Simple to use. It is made to fit into the 2 holes on the tensioner pulley. With the tensioner released the bolt to the pulley should be hand tight. Using the tool apply 38 in. lbs. of tension against the belt. While holding the tension against the belt torque the pulley bolt to 35 ft. lbs. The In. Lbs. and Ft. Lbs. I found on another forum. They are what I used and I haven't had any problems. Hope this helps.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Just to add, it is also a good idea to replace the crank and cam seals while your in there. They usually become hard and leak with age and mileage. Doesn't make sense to do the whole job over again because you ended up with leaky seals later on.

Response From nickwarner

Glad to hear it worked for you and thanks for the info. This is the reason why there is a schedule to change these things, to prevent breakdowns. Luckily you had a freewheeling engine. If this was interference you'd have needed a new head. Good luck with the car now that you've got it running.

scratching noise after replacement of timin belt

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Question From Guest on scratching noise after replacement of timin belt

The auto mechanic just recently replaced the timing belt, water pump, AC and alternator belts of my car. When I start my car in the morning, or after it sits and get cold, there is this somewhat loud scratching noise..the noise like a clack-clack-clack-clack? or a click-click-click-click..The noise started a after the replacement of parts and it greets me every morning. After the car warms up, the noise disappears. The mechanic said they don't hear anything or it just normal. Pls help me....

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Please; Year, make, model, engine size. Have you left the car, overnight, with the mechanic so he can hear it when cold? How does it seem to run? Was the timing belt broken when you had it replaced, or just did it for maintenance?

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

Please; Year, make, model, engine size. Have you left the car, overnight, with the mechanic so he can hear it when cold? How does it seem to run? Was the timing belt broken when you had it replaced, or just did it for maintenance?


Mitsubishi Lancer 2002 - Automatic 2.0L. The car stayed overnight at the auto shop, the mechanic checked it in the morning and informed me that he don’t hear any scratching noise. The engine is running good...replacement of timing belt for 60K maintenance. Thank for the quick reply...

Response From DanD

Even though the accessory drive belt(s) are new, one may have a hard spot in its compound or a bit of glazing that will/can make a noise when it’s cold.
The glazing could have been caused by some coolant being spilled on the belt or a bit of grease/grit getting on it during installation?
What you could try doing the next time you think the car will make this noise, is.
Have one of those household pump spray bottles filled with water ready; start the engine; if it’s making the noise; spray a stream of water into the belts.
If the noise goes away or changes (quieter or louder) for a few seconds; then you’ve just proven that the noise is likely coming from the belts.
I don’t mean that you need to soak the whole engine compartment with water; a couple of squirts directly onto/into the belts or pulleys is all that is usually needed.
Now this isn’t a fix, the noise (if this is what it is) will come back. You may need to replace the belt again; along with cleaning the pulleys?
Without hearing this noise or seeing the vehicle; we’re assuming that the technician has aligned the pulleys properly and the belts are adjusted to the proper tension?

Dan.

Squealing noise near front of car

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Question From freshjunior on Squealing noise near front of car

Hi guys,

So this problem started last week. Whenever I start the engine at the start of the day, the car makes this squealing sound near the front wheels. The squealing sound goes off after 30secs to a minute.

Also, this noise happens every now and then when I am travelling at low speeds (0-10mph), and sometimes it gets louder when I am making a turn. It never occurs when I am travelling at higher speeds (above 20-30mph). Every time, the noise persists for a minute or so before it disappears. I am not sure whether it is due to the brakes, because this occurs regardless of whether the brakes are being applied.

I've brought my car to the mechanic twice but the noise did not occur during the checks and so the mechanics were unable to give a diagnostic.

Information about car:

Mitsubishi Mirage, 2001
Automatic
Water pump and timing belt are new - changed a month ago.
Miles: 111k

Thanks!

Response From Tom Greenleaf

IMO - strong chance the regular belt (s) aren't tight enough. Doesn't matter is self adjusted or manual your symptoms are a strong clue of that. My reason is when you start the car you've just taken some juice out of the alternator and instantly it works hard to return it to full charge and slips. Turning you are asking PS pump to work harder so same deal, the belt just isn't tight enough or wrong belt at the end of adjustment range. Could be missed but also should be easy to determine,

T

Response From nickwarner Top Rated Answer

Does sound like Tom said that a belt is slipping. Might even be original belts. I would change them with new and adjust properly. Don't get the cheap ones, get the Gates belts.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

To add - It's likely that with a water pump and timing belt that service belts were done but either way they need to be good and the correct tension. If they are allowed to slip if that is it and I think so it could wreck or shine up a new one.

I won't go back and fix it now but what I meant with the symptoms is that when you start the car which is quick or should be it is the biggest draw on the battery. The alternator's job is to put back what you lost in running the starter motor so works hard to do that right away and a loose belt will have trouble with that load.

Other is if not self adjusted new belts can stretch some and need re- adjustment after perhaps a few days of use then they stay right for quite a while. Some will guess at installing new belts a bit too tight so you don't need to go back but that's not so easy on pulley bearings. It's tough to tell a customer to please drive a while and come back.

When you did and it wasn't doing it I think they just missed it. You should be able to just feel a belt not being tight enough or see a self adjusted one out of its range new belt or not.

Never sure of anything here but this just sounds too likely the reason for this,

T