Asked by May 07, 2016 at 05:15 PM about the 1994 Mitsubishi 3000GT 2 Dr SL Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I'm looking into changing the ball joints on my
3000gt idk if it's possible to just change the ball
joints since a new control arm is like 400 , my
mechanic said he could do it but I wanna make
sure it's possible before I go ahead and do it , and
also witch ball joints would be a good choice

7 Answers


Would these ball joints work ???


http://www.3si.org/forum/f41/replacing-ball-joints-417027/ -- check this out. It is do able.

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So I turned my ac on today and the air is not coming out cold tried putting so ac pro and nothing then I noticed the small fan wasn't turning


The other fan is working fine turn on every couple minutes


So I just checked the motercycles and it's working I got a wire from the battery to the blue wire and the fan started working what could it be


Fans at radiator will not come on if compressor is not coming on. Look at the compressor. Is the clutch pulling in on it? If not its Probably low freon. Take the connection loose from the top of the drier. With ac on high take a small jumper wire and jump the connection in the harness you took loose from the drier. Do you here the compressor come on? If so then it's low in freon. Take to an ac tech and have a vacuum pulled and completely refill the system.


If compressor is coming on take to ac tech to check your head pressures. If the pressures are not right it's liable to be the expansion tube stopped up. Replace expansion tube and drier. With both removed make sure the line between them is free from any clogs. Cause when a drier goes bad it fills this line and the expansion block full of small bb s. Not a hard fix just time consuming.

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