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2003 Mitsubishi Galant won't start?

You need to recheck your connection at the battery, as well as the tests you have done previously. You stated that you had power (B+ as well as the 5v from the PCM on the signal wire.) at the CKP ...
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2012 Mitsubishi Galant SE

Be careful with such things unless you are going to do ECU tuning to match. A number of aftermarket CAI units are nothing but snake oil to make an engine run lean, increasing power at the expense of ...
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2012 Mitsubishi Galant SE

Both the Galant and the Eclipse had the same 2 engines available for each other. The air intakes should be interchangeable from 2006 to 2012, as long as it's for the same engine you have (the 2.4L 4 ...
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Burning Smell from a/c vents and heat gauge drop at highway speeds

You have a clogged radiator. The fact that you've closed three leaks in the core is indicative of a bad radiator. A stuck, open thermostat would not produce this scenario because the thermostat is ...
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Burning Smell from a/c vents and heat gauge drop at highway speeds

You should check the coolant temperature sensor and its wiring. If the heat gauge drops, it looks like there's a fault there. As for the burnt smell it may be a consequence of it (fan not actuated, ...
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Timing Belt Broke

It depends on which engine you have. The 2003 Mitsubishi Gallant appears to have been offered with both a 4 Cylinder 2.4L Engine, the 4G64, which had three variants: Dual Overhead Cam 16 valve, ...
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Cooling fan comes/stays on when not needed

This should be an easy fix. It sounds like the cooling fan relay either failed or is stuck on. They fail in an "on" position so that the engine doesn't overheat. Identify where the cooling fan relay ...
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I have a broken impeller on a water pump 2002 Mitsubishi Galant

If you have a broken water pump, it must be replaced. This is the heart of your coolant system, without which your car will almost certainly destructively overheat. With poor flow, local hot spots ...
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Just bought a car, engine running hot, found pure water for coolant

Cooling replacement will not solve the problem. Water should handle it. The problem might be in Thermostat or Water pump. On water pump usually first goes bearings - getting rusty and wears out. It ...
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