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1993 Mitsubishi Eclipse starter reinstall and testing

The starter was removed and tested OK. I'll drive the vehicle to see if any other hard-starts are experienced. Will also check the service history; if the fuel filter has never been replaced a new one will be installed.


 


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Diagnosing Starter Problems- EricTheCarGuy
Visit me at: http://www.ericthecarguy.com/ Once again I team up with BBB Industries to bring you the basic steps in starter diagnosis. If you suspect a bad starter you might want to run through these checks before you commit to get a new one, you just may find that you don't need a starter but rather some other issue is causing the no start. http://www.bbbind.com/ --- Click below and Stay Dirty Visit me at EricTheCarGuy.com http://ericthecarguy.com/ Visit EricTheCarGuy Forum http://www.ericthecarguy.com/forum/default.aspx Visit my Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/EricTheCarGuy --- Stay dirty ETCG Due to factors beyond the control of EricTheCarGuy, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information.  EricTheCarGuy assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. EricTheCarGuy recommends safe practices when working with power tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemicals, lubricants, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video.  Due to factors beyond the control of EricTheCarGuy, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result.  Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not EricTheCarGuy.





How to Test and Troubleshoot a Starter Problem
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How To Replace Your Starter - AutoZone Car Care
This video demonstrates the basic removal and installation of a starter. If you're not sure your starter needs replacing, watch our video "When to Replace Your Starter" to learn how to diagnose starter failure. Or, you can visit your local AutoZone where we can test the components of your starting and charging system for free.





No Crank No Start, Checking Battery Terminals - EricTheCarGuy
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Nissan - Rebuild Engine Electrical Starter Motor - Mitsubishi(MD39) Service & Intell. Part 3/6
How the Rebuild A Engine Electric Starter Motor, Should be the title of this video in its series. Here we can Attain a full understand of the Automobile electric Starter Motor (wound Type),By Dis-assembling,Cleaning,Inspecting, and Assemble all its parts and component. This Instructional Video is an attempt to restore the electromotive force produce by the starter solenoid coil fields(Primary & secondary Wave). We will also inspect the Armature and it brushes for tension contact. The electrical engine starter in this media if from the 2004 Nissan Frontier 3300 V6 engine.w This video if part of a series and must be viewed in completion with other video to have a Full Basic,detail and technique. Most starter Motor are related to the one in this video, for all other starters are of a Hi-Power (Hi-Ampage consumption) Direct Dive with no planetary reducing motion.A planetary dive starter is a Low amperage consumption but multiplying its force by a ring and planet gear. The Nissan/Mitsubishi Hi-torque Engine starter are found on/in most Hi-compression engine with a dual over head camshaft design. Also Supercharger and diesel engine will be equip with this "Type" of electrical Engine starter. The starter purpose to is to turn the engine flywheel/flex-plate, Their by producing rotation to the crackshaft the cause compression in the cylinder for a starting, When Air and fuel is Injected into each cylinder by sequence, for continuous operation. . OTHER VIDEO TO BE SEEN: A web-site for Mitsubishi Starter BRUSHES and various types and size. http://www.stmaryscarbon.com/images/automotive-brush-catalog/catalog_pdfs/S MC-Catalog_MitsubishiStarter.pdf





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1g 1993 Eclipse AWD GSX WalkAround --VIDEO#1
First Official Video of my 1993 Eclipse GSX 5spd. The plans are to make this as light as possible and as fast as possible and all on a serious budget. Future videos will be uploaded and numbered in the order they were recorded. Enjoy the progress! Mods List: Forced Performance Manifold Untuned 16g @ 10psi. o2 dump 3in. open downpipe Unorthodox Underdrive Racing pulley K&N filter/hacked air can 10w-30 Royal Purple Synthetic Motor Oil NGK-R Spark Plugs Premium 93octane pump gas All interior except dash is gutted. Dynolicious Performance Specs: 60':2.17 sec @ 30.5MPH 1/8: 9.01sec @ 79.8MPH 1000':11.63 sec @ 93.8MPH 1/4: 13.85sec @ 101.3MPH 0-60mph: 5.34seconds 0-100mph: 13.46seconds Peak horsepower: 228hp @ 10psi Max Acceleration @ 0.85g's This car was recently purchased for $1000.00 cash and was 100% stock. It was completely untouched and needed some tender TLC. Listed above are all the mods done so far to this little beast. Much more is in store! Future mods include bigger turbo/injectors and DSM LINK.





1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS-T
Well I've decided to sell my long and never ending project. I've owned this car since 98' and have garage kept it pretty much 98% of that time. This car has never been in an accident and has a clean title. I'll even say this is probably one of the nicest DSM's in the nation, definitely one of the cleanest. I've taken time to do exactly what I wanted to the car. That includes powder coating almost every piece under the hood (gloss black) or polishing. Tons of attention to detail was used on this car. It will make a great street/strip car as the only eliminations are A/C and cruise control. Honestly I can't even remember everything that is done but the list below is what I do remember. 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS-T Silver Minden Pearl 52,028 miles on chassis 207 miles on motor (true 2.0 4G63T) using only Brad Penn oil The car made 418.3 WHP and 293.2 tq at 20 psi on a Dyno Dynamics loaded Dyno also known as the "heart break" Dyno. You can add 20-25% to that number and get what a Dyno Jet would read. There is a lot more in this car, and I was looking making 500+ on that same Dyno, but found out the single walbro fuel pump wasn't enough. The car hasn't seen the track since 2001, so this current setup has yet to be abused. NEW Price $10,500 FIRM as is Head: Mildly Ported 2G Head Super Tech SS Valves Super Tech Dual Valve springs and Ti retainers Kiggly Racing HLA Pressure Regulator HKS 264 cams AEM Cam Gears Big Bore Lifters ARP Head Studs Cometic Head Gasket Greddy Timing Belt Block: 98 Block CP pistons .20 Pauter Rods Eagle 2.0 Crank ACL Calico coated race bearings ARP Main studs Balance Shafts removed New OEM Front Cover and oil pump Boost Logic Harmonic Dampener FFWD Forward Facing Oil Filter Housing Jay Racing Alternator relocation kit and GM Alternator turbo/Exhaust: Custom Top Mount T4 SS Exhaust Manifold PTE T67 T4 turbo Tial 44mm Waste gate Custom 3" Downpipe turbo Blanket Intake: BJ's Cylinder Head Intake Manifold BBK 70mm Throttle Body Custom 2.5" Intercooler piping XS Engineering 700 HP Intercooler Dual Greddy Type RS BOV's Custom 4" intake with K&N filter Greddy Catch Can Hose Technique Couplers and T-bolt clamps Coolant System: New OEM water pump Mishimoto Radiator Derale Fans fixed to chassis Greddy Catch Can converted to a coolant overflow Fuel: Walbro 255HP fuel pump PTE 1000cc injectors Aeromotive fuel rail Aeromotive fuel regulator Aeromotive fuel gauge AEM fuel filter SS braided fuel lines and Anotuff AN fittings Transmission: TRE Stage 2.5 Transmission with 5% taller 5th gear (roughly 2500 miles using only BG Synchroshift and LSD additive) Kaaz LSD RPS Clutch with OEM flywheel B&M Short Shifter Greddy Counterweight Shift Knob Ignition: NKG Plug Wires NGK Plugs always used New OEM Igniter chip New OEM Coil packs Custom coil pack mount Injen Polished Plug Wire Cover Electronics: AEM EMS AEM Wideband AEM Serial Gauge used for Boost and H20 Greddy Pressure Gauge used for Oil Apexi AVC-R EBC Eclipse CD1200 Head unit Eclipse 6.5" speakers front doors Eclipse 6x9 speakers rear Viper 2-way Alarm system Brakes: EBC Slotted Rotors (207 miles) EBC Red Stuff Brake Pads (207 miles) Goodridge SS Brake Lines (207 miles) Chassis/Exterior: Projector Head lights with H.I.D. conversion 17" Rota Slipstreams (207 miles) 225/45-17 Nitto INVO tires (207 miles) Tokico Springs and Illumina Shocks Full Energy Suspension Bushing Kit Energy Suspension Poly Motor mounts (driver and trans only) Custom Solid Front and Rear Motor mount (gloss black powder coated) New OEM Front Wheel Bearings New OEM Front Lower Control Arms ARP Extended Studs (front) Interior: NRG EVO Seats Custom Seat brackets (gloss black powder coat) NRG Steering wheel NRG quick disconnect RCI Platinum Series 5-6 point Harness x 2 Custom Harness Bar Moroso Battery Box Optima Yellow Top Battery Custom battery relocation setup (O gauge wiring and circuit breaker)





Starter test
Testing a starter means finding out how healthy it is, or how many amp it is drawing. You can use a multimeter to test how many volts the starter is being supplied by the battery. But you CANNOT use a multimeter to test the health of a starter because a multimeter measures volts and we need to measure amps. If you use a multimeter on the amp circuit you WILL burn your meter out, or at least blow the internal fuse. So, be sure to use an amp meter, not a volt meter.





Starter Motor Repair DIY-DVDS.com
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How To Diagnose and Replace a Rear Caliper Using an Infrared Thermometer -EricTheCarGuy
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When To Replace Your Starter - AutoZone Car Care
This video demonstrates the basic steps required to determine if you need to replace the starter on your vehicle.





1992 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX AWD Eagle Talon DSM
M & S Auto Sales & Masters 1577 Merrick Road Merrick, NY 11566 516-543-4600 http://www.MSAUTOMASTERS.COM




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