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60k service parts list

Post by curt_gendron » Tue Jan 03, 2006 3:28 pm

Hey guys,

Stacy's 3000GT is coming up on its 120k service and I'm trying to get a good parts list for it. I searched around the web and came up with this list and prices came from Tallahasse Mitsu:

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Part Number Description Price Amount 
 MD193874-  BELTVALV $ 107.81 $ 107.81 
 MD319040-  ADJUSTER $ 90.71  $ 90.71 
 MD972005-  WATERPUM $ 89.40  $ 89.40 
 MD172376-  BELTPS   $ 26.61 $ 26.61 
 MB879764-  BELTAC   $ 26.61 $ 26.61 
 MD140071-  PULLEYTI $ 24.96 $ 24.96 
 MD319022-  PULLEYTI $ 23.50 $ 23.50 
 MB658136-  FUELFILT $ 19.48 $ 19.48 
 MD174234-  THERMOST $ 18.00 $ 18.00 
Anything I might be missing? I know some people don't bother with the $20 tensioners, but I'm anal. I also wanted to get a good list out there for people's research in the future.

And if Chris Cabe is listening, can you send me a PM with Brookdale's prices for there most beloved customer. hehehe. ;)

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Post by curt_gendron » Tue Jan 03, 2006 3:38 pm

Here is a parts list from someone on 3SI. He got 30% off from Mitsupartsdirect.com This is probably on the extreme low end for prices:

MD972005 water pump $91.00
MB879764 ac belt $22.46
MD193874 timing belt $91.67
MD140071 timing belt pulley $22.07
MD319040 adjuster $80.40
MD319022 idler pulley $20.38
MD179679 ps belt $16.58

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Post by Monochrome » Tue Jan 03, 2006 3:58 pm

IMHO. The tensionizer is the most important part of the 60K. They must be replaced every 6 years reguardless of mileage. Seen too many motors skip teeth because of worn out tensionizers.

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Post by CDeutsch » Tue Jan 03, 2006 4:15 pm

Quit being a cheap ass and buy your parts from Brookdale. :P
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Post by CDeutsch » Tue Jan 03, 2006 4:17 pm

Monochrome wrote:IMHO. The tensionizer is the most important part of the 60K. They must be replaced every 6 years reguardless of mileage. Seen too many motors skip teeth because of worn out tensionizers.
I agree, but I think he meant tensioner pulleys.
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Post by Monochrome » Tue Jan 03, 2006 4:34 pm

CDeutsch wrote:
Monochrome wrote:IMHO. The tensionizer is the most important part of the 60K. They must be replaced every 6 years reguardless of mileage. Seen too many motors skip teeth because of worn out tensionizers.
I agree, but I think he meant tensioner pulleys.
That should still be replaced at 120K too. Granted I've never seen one fail, but I have compared one with over 150K on it to a brand new one. The new one seemed to spin a lot easier, and it quieted the motor quite a bit. They're really not that expensive either.

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Post by curt_gendron » Tue Jan 03, 2006 4:37 pm

CDeutsch wrote:
Monochrome wrote:IMHO. The tensionizer is the most important part of the 60K. They must be replaced every 6 years reguardless of mileage. Seen too many motors skip teeth because of worn out tensionizers.
I agree, but I think he meant tensioner pulleys.
Yes, I meant the $20 tensioner pulleys that I had listed. The "ADJUSTER" is what I'm guessing Monochrome was referring too. I wish the names that Mitsu used made a little more sense.

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Post by niterydr » Tue Jan 03, 2006 4:56 pm

Might as well do plugs and wires while you are changing items like the t-stat, fuel filter etc.
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Post by Seyser » Wed Jan 04, 2006 12:09 am

Im glad you started this thread as Im going to be needing my 120K service done in the spring. Im at 112k and figure its time.

Mark...you still doing these out of your garage in your free time? Like this spring sometime :wink:
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Post by CDeutsch » Wed Jan 04, 2006 1:28 am

That part list is for a non-turbo. I'm not sure what (if any) the differences are.
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Post by Monochrome » Wed Jan 04, 2006 3:11 am

CDeutsch wrote:That part list is for a non-turbo. I'm not sure what (if any) the differences are.
There's different part numbers for turbo and non-turbo 120K parts? AFAIK there aren't any differences in any of the parts... Except the spark plugs.

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Post by mjannusch » Wed Jan 04, 2006 4:17 am

Does the waterpump come with the gasket? I can't remember...

Also, you might want to get the O-ring that goes on the end of the coolant crossover tube for good measure.
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Post by Monochrome » Wed Jan 04, 2006 7:06 pm

mjannusch wrote:Also, you might want to get the O-ring that goes on the end of the coolant crossover tube for good measure.
Every water pump that I got from Mitsu came with the gasket and ring.

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Post by Oskar » Wed Jan 04, 2006 11:08 pm

Monochrome wrote:
mjannusch wrote:Also, you might want to get the O-ring that goes on the end of the coolant crossover tube for good measure.
Every water pump that I got from Mitsu came with the gasket and ring.
Yup - mine came with both the gasket and the o-ring.

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Post by wishIwasFast » Thu Jan 05, 2006 5:25 am

Are spark plugs/wires absolutely a must for a 60K? I will need to get that done in year or so (I'm at 56xxx right now). I need money first........I already have the timing belt.

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