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Re: Part Numbers Help

I could use the part numbers for all of the rubber power steering hoses that run along the driver's side of the bay and to the pump. I am not very power steering knowledgeable, but think they are called the return and supply hoses. I don't need the pressure hose. I'd also like to get the part numbers for the size spring clamps I will need. Thanks in advance.

 

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Re: Part Numbers Help

I could use the part numbers for all of the rubber power steering hoses that run along the driver's side of the bay and to the pump. I am not very power steering knowledgeable, but think they are called the return and supply hoses. I don't need the pressure hose. I'd also like to get the part numbers for the size spring clamps I will need. Thanks in advance.

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Could someone tell me if these part numbers for AC Compressors are directly interchangeable for my 1994 NA?

European Part Number MR360227
US Part Number MR360248

I was going to purchase an AC Compressor but it's listed to fit a GTO in the UK and has the MR360227 number on it.

ASA says the correct AC Compressor for my car is an MR360248 (which is correct) but I don't have any way to cross reference it.

Thanks!
Bob
 

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Word to the wise - most AC compressors will come with a plate bolted in place of the input manifold. You have to use your existing manifold which would not be a problem except that our cars typically have an RPM sensor that requires a relief cutout in the compressor casting. Bottom line - bring your manifold into the store and try it on the compressor you intend to buy.
 

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According to mitsubishi that joint is "not serviceable"... there are threads about the joint and the replacement, want to say it's a montero part.
 

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Actually what part is the lobro joint, I was thinking of the U-joint...

Is it in this picture, if so what's the number?

 

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31032 part number is MB837239... and I'll go ahead and say it's going to be over $220

If you don't see it in that picture, then it's "not serviceable" according to Mitsubishi. However, people have replaced with the U-joint before.
 

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Its not a file. It is a Mitsubishi program. The thing is amazing. Most bolt/clamps and what have you have a desciption to what thread/size it is so you can also get ur own nuts and bolts from the local hardware place (I like fastenal personally, a bit expensive but they can almost always order the stuff I need).

download the program here
http://www.3si.org/forum/f1/mitsubishi-asa-thread-499148/
Pricing isn't updated in there, so just hop onto http://www.partswebsite.com/cherryhilltriplex/ for pricing
 

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You'll need a program to unzip the .rar ( winzip will work for this) and you'll need something to mount the .iso. I have some program on my home computer but any .iso mounting program should work. Mine is running on a Windows 8 PC and I'm pretty sure it''ll work on any version of windows.

I just clicked the USA link and went through his instructions-


Install:
-download the .rar files from above.
-open them with your preferred archive program (I used WinZip); the password is: dsm-club.org
-extract the .iso file to your preferred location. You'll want to do both A and B for the region you're looking to install at the same time.
-download and install your favorite drive cloning program to virtually mount the .iso file (for the first (A) of the two files (A and B)) as an installed CD (I used Virtual Clone Drive (free program) from Sly-Soft). However, you can just burn the .iso to a disc if that works best for you (you'll have to extract it to the disc during the burn process).
-Run the setup.exe file on the "disc".
-During the install, you'll see a series of setup options, on the first one (if you see it), select the language of your choice (I didn't see this option but things came up in English so I was good).
--Next, you'll be asked for the location of the "Security Device"; check the box below the pic of a thumb drive titled "HASP HL".
--Next, select "Custom Install" and install it to the drive you want (C drive for most of us, I didn't have an option to specify a specific folder on the drive) and before clicking "Next" make sure "Single User" is selected.
--As things run their course, you'll be prompted for the 2nd disc; at this time, go and "mount" the B file or install the disc to which the B file was burned to. Then click to continue with the installation.
-Once install is complete, it will ask you to finish but on the prompt it says to make sure to install security device before starting ASA; click "Finish"; you will get an error, click "Ok". Here's what needs to be done: remount the first file in the series (the A file). Open the "crack" folder. Copy the .dll file titled "mmData.dll" to the appropriate location:
Japan = C:\MMC\ASA\M00\PROG
USA = C:\MMC\ASA\M50\PROG
Euro = C:\MMC\ASA\M60\PROG
Asia-General = C:\MMC\ASA\M80\PROG
-Next, return to the "crack" file and run the registry editor titled "MMC"
-Restart Windows.
-When you start a new version of ASA for the first time a box will appear asking about connections, just click "Next" and you shouldn't see it again.
-Enjoy your new version of ASA or install another starting over from the beginning.


After I confirmed that it worked I updated it-

To update to the newer version of ASA:
Download

Install:
-Open the .rar file using your preferred archive program.
-Extract the ASA.exe file to your preferred directory.
-Copy and paste the new ASA.exe over the existing ASA.exe in the following directories:
Japan = C:\MMC\ASA\M00\PROG
USA = C:\MMC\ASA\M50\PROG
Euro = C:\MMC\ASA\M60\PROG
Asia-General = C:\MMC\ASA\M80\PROG
 

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I'm back to try installing ASA. I did everything listed in the link all over again, but it is still asking for the key. Am I not adding the file to the registry correctly? I go to regedit>file>import>MMC.reg.

Does the MMC.reg file need to be moved to a specific location so ASA "sees" it when it starts?

I am using Windows 7 - 64 bit software, so I found the 64 bit version for the MMC.reg file and added that as well. Still not getting anywhere.
 

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does anyone have/know the part numbers for a porno red interior? I need, seats(all 3), carpet, seatbelts if they are red. thanks!
 

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Can anyone find the part numbers for a non-spoiler mounted 3rd brake light? Supposedly there were some factory wingless cars that had them.
 

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MR192536 is probably the one you want, however there are four different part numbers. And it's over $150 dollars. And this is part # for the base plate: MB766462, which is over $30. So you are looking at probably $200+ if you can still get them.

However it's made to be mounted at the bottom on the hatch glass (which will of course be covered by the spoiler, since I know why you are asking)
 
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