2.0 1999 Eclipse

Asked by Mar 08, 2016 at 10:45 PM about the 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse RS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I was on this site before I got it 1999 Mitsubishi
Eclipse 2.0 revved it up to about 6800 rpm in first
and second gear now the motor shimmiesI thought
I swear God or bent a piston but it still runs and
runs well when I get to about 2500 rpm and there's
a hole underneath a dipstick that squirting out oil
not sure what it is and any mechanic I speak to in
the area doesn't know either they are just telling
me to do an engine swap

1 Answer


what is your feeling? is there any oil left? does the vibration seem like perhaps an ignition wire fell off? you have to investigate, my man. you're smart enough to see where is the oil coming out of...a dipstick underneath makes on sense to my ear...but whatever...you can stop these leaks...put your inspection hat on today~

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