Hi I really want to buy a 94 mistubishi 3000gt but I heard they get messed up real quick on the transmission .. I need to know if it's true or is just because people don't keep it we'll maintenance ?

Asked by May 13, 2014 at 11:55 PM about the 1994 Mitsubishi 3000GT

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that's not true unless you don't know how to drive a stick or you abuse them

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Not true. The bigy is doing maintenance as required. TIMING BELT REPLACEMENT IS A MUST. Lol. They are great little cars just not forgiving if not properly maintained.

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120k is nothing to play around with is it dandyoun lol

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Lol. No it's not. Lots of these cars end up with bent valves. Either due to belts not replaced on time or like in my case an owner having a brain fart when putting a new belt back on. Also oil pump replacement is a bigy. Learned about that one the hard way too. Lol. But it's all good. I know my way around the inside of my engine now. Can take it in, out and apart in my sleep I think.

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