Last post on Dec 03, 2011 at 11:40 AM
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Mitsubishi Diamante, Sedan
#1491 of 1497 Re: Upgrading the Diamante Car Audio System...- [scottybailey]
Jul 04, 2011 (7:02 pm)
Hey Scott whats going on. I understand what all that mans. I am only running the gain half way I tweaked it and this is where it hits the best. The main reason I took it anywhere in the begging was cause I was being lazy and didn't feel like messing with it. LOL However I am thinking that I do need to get a custom enclosure I will then have more room cause the box i have is huge and I barley can get my golf clubs n there.
#1492 of 1497 Re: minneapolisgir-Heater Core Leakage Information [vivona]
Sep 13, 2011 (2:45 pm)
just a note.. u do not have to strip the diamante dash to remove the heater core, have done it twice now
#1493 of 1497 Diamante = intermittent missing?
Sep 19, 2011 (4:35 pm)
Has anyone ever experienced their Diamante missing one mile and the next mile not? I hardly drive mine due to the fact I ride a Goldwing almost everywhere, but when I have to drive in the rain from home, I will drive the D. My D will not miss when I start it and drive it a few miles, then it will start missing, other times, it will miss from the start, then clear up and run fine after a few miles. Any ideas out there?
1997 Mits Diamante w/120k
Oct 02, 2011 (1:22 pm)
You guys only have the 97 3.5 V6 autos on here..What about the other models.
I have a 97 2.5 V6 5 speed tiptronic. you need to add thses to your comsumer posts so i can add my post. And did you know that the 97 Diamante has factory built in GPS..that actually works. I live in New Zealand and it even works here...lol
#1495 of 1497 Re: Other Diamantes [maxoutput]
Oct 02, 2011 (1:52 pm)
WOW ! That's awesome to hear your GPS is working !
Where in NZ are you? I'm in Wellington and would love to see your GPS working. I presume it's the touchscreen? Does it show the NZ maps too?
Your transmission is actually the F5A51, which is an amazing piece of technology, but requires many regular fluid changes to prevent premature wear & tear.
Let me know where you're at - drop me an sms sometime (021 169 4760).
#1496 of 1497 Re: code for radio after being disconnected [piro]
Dec 03, 2011 (6:26 am)
call the Mitsubishi dealer and tell them what you need they will give you a number to call and they can give you the access code the $40 dollars everyone is talking about is to get the car radio out to read the number in all honesty its easy to remove take the # off the radio and they give you the code i wasnt paying $40 why should anyone
#1497 of 1497 Re: Diamante = intermittent missing? [kevinsdiamante]
Dec 03, 2011 (11:40 am)
OK, I broke down and installed new plug wires/plugs/dist cap and rotor that took care of all the missing. I never did this before since the wires only had about 25k on them anyway, just took a chance, guess the Autozone lifetime wires I bought were junk to begin with. Now it just leaks oil like a seive, more on that later. Already replaced many "O" rings, just have to replace them all I guess, AAck!