94 3000gt sl 3.0

Asked by Nov 15, 2010 at 03:51 PM about the 1994 Mitsubishi 3000GT 2 Dr SL Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I plugged a hole in the exhaust and lost juice... it will rev up than jump up to power!
never stalled and dont have a problem with the clutch. If i start to accelerate to fast it
will start to shake a little...

6 Answers

495

Stupid ricer...

95

Agree with Robert. First off your gonna fuck up your entire intake exhaust system. Too much back pressure or too little cause ur car to run like shit although sometimes it takes longer. First thing your goign to notice is well that. It's your Mass Air Flow sensor. And take the damn plug out. It may fix your problems. MAF cost anywhere from 150-300 bucks.

65

i had that problem. i would be in first and push on the gas and it would rev but not move....then it would jerk forward.

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15

Hey Jz what did you do to fix that issue i am currently having that right now with the jerking and accelerating

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10

shawn, have 93 mitsu rough acceleration in lower gears, when there is high humidity or rain. also notice AC compressor does not always kick on right away. takes several minutes sometimes an hour of continuous driving.

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125

Try going to stealth316.com or 3sx.com and look for checking your BISS screw, that can lead to a lot of problems. Also make sure you didn't knock loose anything on the intake, such as vacuum hoses, etc.

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