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Mogas
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Please help.

I need routine service information for my IO and I don't have an owner's manual for it nor can I find a download.

1998, 4G93, 1800 DOHC

I would like to know what spark plugs, gaps, oils, filters and so on are needed.

TIA

Rick

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Owner's manual found

Owner's manual found here:

http://pdf-download.onsugar.com/tag/Mitsubishi?page=1

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Ok I have found all I need

Ok

I have found all I need except for the spark plug gap.

Anybody??

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Which plugs are you using ?

As far as I know the 98 DOHC 4G93 should have BKR6EKUC which is a "dual electrode" plug that comes pregapped - if you have IZFR6B try 0.5~0.6mm

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Mpi chewing plugs

My mpi 2L was chewing through stock twin plugs, running iridium ones now for 20,000kms perfect

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What were your symptoms Bob?

I got my iO (1.8 GDI) with a conventional NGK plug, when I changed I used the recommended "twin plug" and have had no problems.  I was tempted to go Iridium, but didn't.

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Plug symptoms

I drive 140kms/day on my commute to work. I was experiencing hesitation on throttle on slow left turns, occasional cut out at low revs, high gear, mid hrottle.
Plugs were ash white and black, wide gap (2mm)
I threw a set of twin V plugs in and were the same within 5000kms so bought iridiums on sale for $12ea. Perfect ever since (18,000kms)
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hmmm

I'm not certain if the usual "plug reading" applies to GDI engines because of the "stratified charge", but my plugs have been quite 'sooty' - I might try the iridiums on the next plug change, see how she runs.

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Please post the make and

Please post the make and number for the iridium plugs.

Thanks

Rick

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Mogas / rick

What engine do you have? GDI or MPI? Plugs woild be very differnt between.

Mine is a 4g94 MPI,

Old plugs were ngk R bkr5e-11
New iridiums are ngk bkr5eix-11

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Good man!

Thanks a lot @Bob for posting the code for the spark plugs with iridium. I was looking a lot for it!

Regards,

Cristian   

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GDI

Mogas wrote:

Please post the make and number for the iridium plugs.

Thanks

Rick

Ooops! sorry I should have mentioned that, mine is a GDI.

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IZFR6B

IZFR6B is the iridium plug for the 1.8 GDI but for some strange reason, Mitsubishi specs a conventional nickel plug for the 98 and iridium on a 99

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Thank you.

Thank you.

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Service booklet

Service booklet required for a Montero Pinin iO (Pajero), 2002, 1.8   Online/download version. Thanks in advance.

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