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2002 Mitsubishi Galant Consumer Discussions

My Galant ate brakes every 7,000 miles, and after many thoughts about unloading my Galant (at a considerable loss) I've finally just ditched the stock braking system. The calipers were rebuilt, the m...

My wife finally gave up her 1989 Galant and traded for a brand new 2002 Diamante. She loved that Galant so much and never had a problem with it in the 13 years she owned it. I thought she would neve...

The Galant will be redesgined in for 2009. As much as I love Galants, Im on my second, sales are not where mitsubishi would like them to be, they will redo it all. But they are redesinged every five y...

This problem happened to me as well on my black 2001 galant... my wife was skeptical until I told her I'd prove it... on a random drive to the mall, we cruzed around the parking lot and i swore to her...

more respected than the 2000-2005 models. The Galant needs a redo ASAP with a better and a much more clean looking appearence bu that won;t come until the 2009 model year I think when a new generatio...

Does anybody know why Mitsu refreshed the Lancer in its 3rd year of bodystyle? The Galant got refreshed in its 4th year of bodystyle(2002.) Was it because Mitsu wanted the EVo's to distinguish itself ...

Yeah my new Outlander does the exact same thing. I had the same problem with my 2002 Galant that I had before this car also. It is very annoying, especially when I live in the mid-West and depend on...

Mitsubishi in 1997 introduced the AYC system with 2 rear wheel side-to-side torque control: 97 EVO4, Galant VR4. In 2002 it was improved with S-AYC on EVO 8....

You might consider replacing the battery anyway or asking for a loaner to make the defective battery determination. Car batteries are a crap shoot. I've seen new car batteries last 12 months and I'v...
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