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Gregster1234

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    Dardenne Prairie, MO
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  • Zip Code
    63368
  • Model
    Starion
  • Type
    ESI-R
  • Model Year
    1988
  • Transmission Type
    Manual
  • Factory Color
    Rio/Mexican Red
  • Interior Color
    Black-Gray
  • Status
    On the road

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  1. Hello I'm selling mine if your interested. https://stlouis.craigslist.org/cto/d/fallon-1988-mitsubishi-starion-esi-turbo/7498045491.html
  2. Hello everyone, I am selling my Starion to focus on my 1969 Camaro project. Here is a link to my Craigslist ad: https://stlouis.craigslist.org/cto/d/fallon-1988-mitsubishi-starion-esi-turbo/7498045491.html https://www.instagram.com/reel/Cb5q6jHAH7n/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Thanks for looking!
  3. I will take them, send me your PayPal when ready please? Thanks again!
  4. How much do you think to 63368? That would work if shipping isn't bad. Thanks
  5. Actually that is the only option I could find. They are not a bad price when you add the two together with the inserts.
  6. Hello I'm looking for a replacement set of rear struts in good used or new condition.
  7. Awesome thanks I'll try that, I tried silicone but no go.
  8. Ok now I have a new problem, the low fluid sensor gasket is bad and the reservoir now leaks. Does anyone know of a replacement gasket? I know you cannot use sealer on this kind of plastic. Here's a pic of what it looks like. I have found some for an Audi.
  9. Thanks sounds easy, I just went through the entire wiper motor and wiper transmission. It works perfectly now!
  10. What is necessary to remove and replace the pump. It looks like the battery then maybe the tank?
  11. Do you have a working wiper motor?
  12. I'm finally getting car ready to go! https://www.instagram.com/reel/Cb5q6jHAH7n/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=
  13. I was wanting to see how difficult it is to replace the whole shaft with the knuckle, that's notorious for going bad. Mine has a half inch of steering play. I bought this a few years back. And this is how I received it.
  14. It was a Edelman, I used the handle of a floor jack to bend ever slightly to line up the threads going into the steering box, my hand just barely got down to thread it, the pump side was easy!
  15. Well the line went in perfect, except it took 3 hours to get it in the steering box! The crowsfoot wrench with an 18-24 inch extension is a must. I got an awesome set at NAPA, thanks for the great advice.
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