Mitsubishi 2.4L Index of Articles

Manifold Differential Pressure Sensor Test (2.4L Mitsubishi)

Manifold Differential Pressure Sensor Test (2.4L Mitsubishi)

In this tutorial, I'll show you how to test the manifold differential pressure (MDP) sensor on your 2.4L equipped Mitsubishi Galant (Eclipse or Expo) using a simple multimeter. NOTE: The manifold pressure differential (MDP) sensor is usually...   read more >>

How To Test The Crank Sensor (1995-1998 2.4L Galant)

How To Test The Crank Sensor (1995-1998 2.4L Galant)

The 1994-1998 2.4L Mitsubishi Galant comes equipped with an ignition distributor. This ignition system uses a camshaft position and crankshaft position sensor. This tutorial will help you diagnose the crankshaft position sensor that's located...   read more >>

How To Test The Engine Compression (Mitsubishi 1.8L, 2.4L)

How To Test The Engine Compression (Mitsubishi 1.8L, 2.4L)

Doing a compression test on your 1.8L or 2.4L Mitsubishi (Chrysler, Dodge) vehicle is a pretty easy test to do and in this article I'll show you how to get it done. More importantly, I'm also gonna' show you how to interpret the results of the...   read more >>

How To Test The Fuel Injectors (2.4L Mitsubishi)

How To Test The Fuel Injectors (2.4L Mitsubishi)

Testing the fuel injectors on your 2.4L equipped Mitsubishi Galant (Eclipse or Expo) is easier than you think. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to test them to find out if they are fried (or not). In case you suspect a bad fuel injector is...   read more >>

How To Test The Oxygen Sensor (O2S11) (Mitsubishi 1.8L, 2.4L)

How To Test The Oxygen Sensor (O2S11) (Mitsubishi 1.8L, 2.4L)

In this article, I'll show you how to test the oxygen sensor on your 1.8L, 2.4L Mitsubishi (Chrysler, Dodge) vehicle. Your vehicle comes equipped with two oxygen sensors. One is called an upstream oxygen sensor, since it's located before the...   read more >>

Ignition Coil And Crank Sensor Tests (1.8L, 2.4L Mitsubishi)

Ignition Coil And Crank Sensor Tests (1.8L, 2.4L Mitsubishi)

Testing a No Start-No Spark or misfire condition on your 2.4L (SOHC) Mitsubishi (Chrysler Sebring or Dodge Stratus) is not hard at all and this article will show how to in easy to follow step by step instructions. Also, to use the info in this...   read more >>

How To Test For a Blown Head Gasket (Mitsubishi 1.8L, 2.4L)

How To Test For a Blown Head Gasket (Mitsubishi 1.8L, 2.4L)

In this article, I'm gonna' show you three of the most common tests that are used to check for a blown head gasket on your 1.8 or 2.4 (SOHC) Mitsubishi (Chrysler or Dodge) vehicle. Two of these tests are done with absolutely no tools at all and...   read more >>

How To Test The MAF Sensor (2.4L, 3.0L Mitsubishi 1999-2004)

How To Test The MAF Sensor (2.4L, 3.0L Mitsubishi 1999-2004)

The mass airflow sensor on your Mitsubishi vehicle (or Chrysler Sebring or Dodge Stratus) can be tested without a scan tool and in 4 easy steps. All you'll need is a digital multimeter that can read Hertz frequency. Since quite a few Mitsubishi...   read more >>

Testing A BAD Alternator: Symptoms And Diagnosis

Testing A BAD  Alternator: Symptoms And Diagnosis

I've had so many folks come up to me and say: "I think the alternator is bad on my car because I disconnected the battery's Negative Terminal with the engine running and..." I cringe (internally) when I hear this. This is the worst thing anyone can...   read more >>

How To Test The Throttle Position Sensor (2.4L Mitsubishi)

How To Test The Throttle Position Sensor (2.4L Mitsubishi)

Testing the throttle position sensor (TPS) on your 2.4L SOHC equipped Mitsubishi car (or Chrysler Sebring or Dodge Stratus) can be done in three easy steps with a simple multimeter. You don't need a scan tool to do it and this article will walk...   read more >>