1989 Mitsubishi Galant
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Mitsubishi Galant Problems
1989, 4 cylinder motor, having problems with
brakes. I need to know which Master Cylinder
Crank but won't start
1999, I have a new starter and new battery but
I still hear a clicking sound when I start my c...
1993, when air condition starts the car works
higher rpm, but the problem is that its 3.000
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The Galant is offered as a 4 door sedan with the following engine options; a 2.4-liter, 145-hp 4 cylinder, or a 195-hp, 3.0-liter SOHC V-6. Also choose between a 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic and optional ABS.
1989 Mitsubishi Galant specs
Used Mitsubishi Galant
The first generation of the car, initially known as the Colt Galant, was released in December 1969. Three models were available, powered by the new 'Saturn' engine in 1.3 (AI model) or 1.5L (AII and AIII) configurations. The design was dubbed "Dynawedge" by Mitsubishi, referring to the influence of aerodynamics on the silhouette. Initially only available as a four-door, a two-door hardtop variant was added in 1970, offering the unique stylistic feature of being the first Japanese production passenger car with full side windows and no side pillars. It became Mitsubishi's first car to be sold in the United States in 1971 when the Chrysler Corporation, the company's new partner and stakeholder, began importing the car as the Dodge Colt.
From 1970, a fastback coupé model was developed, the Galant GTO. Fashioned after contemporary American muscle cars, the hardtop GTO was available with a choice of three 4G32 'Saturn' engines, and was available until 1975. The nameplate was sufficiently highly regarded in Japan for it to be resurrected for the 1990 Mitsubishi GTO coupé.
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