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Eclipse 97

Year
1997
Model/Trim
Mitsubishi Eclipse GST

spyderdrifter

Supporting Member
5,105
617
Jul 11, 2009
Some where, Colorado
Make sure you delete all of it correctly. The first few times I attempted this, I followed some poorly done instructions, had bad idle surging, and in the end, had to put it all back in. Now I know what all to pull and block off, so now things run just fine.
 

Mike922

Probationary Member
6
2
Jun 22, 2017
Columbus, Georgia
Make sure you delete all of it correctly. The first few times I attempted this, I followed some poorly done instructions, had bad idle surging, and in the end, had to put it all back in. Now I know what all to pull and block off, so now things run just fine.
Any chance you know which ones are the correct ones? Shitake mushrooms everywhere?
 

spyderdrifter

Supporting Member
5,105
617
Jul 11, 2009
Some where, Colorado
Remove all vaccum lines except bov, wastegate, and fpr. Remove the charcoal canister and the egr valve. Block the egr ports on the intake manifold. Remove vac lines from the 2 solenoids directly behind the manifold attached to the firewall, but leave the electrical connections plugged in. There's a vent from your fuel tank going to the charcoal canister, zip tie it somewhere as it remains where it is.
 

Mike922

Probationary Member
6
2
Jun 22, 2017
Columbus, Georgia
Remove all vaccum lines except bov, wastegate, and fpr. Remove the charcoal canister and the egr valve. Block the egr ports on the intake manifold. Remove vac lines from the 2 solenoids directly behind the manifold attached to the firewall, but leave the electrical connections plugged in. There's a vent from your fuel tank going to the charcoal canister, zip tie it somewhere as it remains where it is.

Thanks Bud this is almost exactly what I have done so far! You rock and thank you for responding and the help!!

Got my Non cruise control cable yesterday be knocking that out this weekend and hopefully finishing up. Only thing I need to do is put back those two sensors you mentioned.
 

Mike922

Probationary Member
6
2
Jun 22, 2017
Columbus, Georgia
By chance anyone know the size and bolts required to put back the timing belts covers on the 2g 7 bolt ? Mine are missing ordered new covers have everything but bolts. Just wondering before I reached out to dealership. If there is a thread on this please let me know.
 
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