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Interesting Mitsu engine info

Discussion in 'Mitsubishi Minicab' started by fremontminitrucks, Jan 14, 2008.

  1. Buick8

    Buick8 New Member

    Does any one have a cross reference for a oil filter for the mits
  2. rynow

    rynow Member

    look under the thread cheap oil filters
    the FRAM one fit my 92 bravo minicab perfect.
    NAPA Makes one too.
  3. andocfry

    andocfry New Member

    Numbers I have found for '93 Mitzy:
    Oil filter: Wix 51356, NAPA 1356 I had the Fram # but can't locate it
    Thermostat: NAPA #15 not zactly but fits and works, good luck finding the gasket. Mine now has a generous dollop of blue silicone.

    I still desperately need a spark plug wrench without having to grind my own. Does anyone know where I can buy an original Mitsubshi wrench?
  4. oldsnowman

    oldsnowman Member

    if you can't a gasket you can always make one out of gasket stock or even out of the cardboard from a cereal box...i have done this a few times and it works great!! :D

  5. Blacklandminitrucks

    Blacklandminitrucks New Member

    Same wrench that come with motorcycles and some chain saws. Check your local motor cyle shop and take you sparkplug to get the right size.
  6. oldsnowman

    oldsnowman Member

    The Fram # is 6607. this is the one i have on my truck now and there is a cross # to a motorcycle filter # for sport bikes which might be better for these high rev engines. the NAPA filter is good too...used it last year :D
  7. 3banger

    3banger Member

    3g82 Part numbers

    Hey there,

    I just wanted to state that the 3g82 (800cc) is starting to look more and more like the 3G81/3G83 but with a different stroke.

    Here's some part numbers I have. I hope they're the same as the ones you use for your engines.

    Distributer Cap: Made by Century PN:MD611669
    Plugs: NGK BP5ES
    Timing belt: Dayco 1Q2-102Y/19 (that number didn't google me anywhere though)

    Hope this helps someone someday. I have a rebuild kit, piston rings, valve seals... and a bunch of other junk that I'll add to this someday.

    Does any of this jive with your 3G83?
  8. N7MOG

    N7MOG Member

    Replacement engines

    On the Vanguard site there are also diesels, boy wouldn't that be a kick! Out comes the measuring tape again....
  9. rynow

    rynow Member

    I bought the fuel filter for my 92 bravo minicab but I nor my regular mechanic could find where the inline fuel filter goes. Anyone got an idea where it is. I can't see anything on my engine that looks like a fuel filter. Could this be because it's turbo and fuel injected...thus no filter? I'm just guessing at this point.
  10. N7MOG

    N7MOG Member

    Fuel filter location

    Mine is on the driver's side, right behind the cab...traced the fuel line. I have an in line plastic filter and some other unidentifiable "filter thing" near each other.
  11. rynow

    rynow Member

    do you have the same kind of van?
  12. N7MOG

    N7MOG Member

    Fuel filter location

    OOPS! I'm sorry, I don't have a Bravo. Mine is a truck. I would still trace the lines to the tank. i hope you don't have an in-tank filter!
  13. rynow

    rynow Member

    I'm gonna have to buy the damn lulu manual I think
  14. Dan

    Dan Member

    minitruckcentral has a breakdown of the vans on their site.

  15. N7MOG

    N7MOG Member

    Toro #'s Cap 92-2114
    Rotor 92-2113
    Plugs 92-2153 (NGK BRK6E-11)
    Numbers were good in the book from 91 up to 97 at least.
  16. bob slater

    bob slater New Member

    fuel injected min maybe 02

    i have extra fuel injected head and inj /throttle body
  17. rynow

    rynow Member

    dead link

    hey Dan the link you provided is dead....any way to find a working link again?



  18. Dan

    Dan Member

    did you try their homepage?
  19. rynow

    rynow Member

    Last edited: Sep 19, 2011
  20. mr.mindless

    mr.mindless Member

    Putting this to the test - I just ordered Toro 92-1961 valve seals. Fingers crossed.

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