Mitsubishi Galant Free Downloadable PDF Factory Service Manual / Repair Manual

Model Years: 1992 to 1998

The seventh generation Galant debuted in 1992 (model year 1994 in America), available as a four-door... View More Info

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Mitsubishi Galant

1997 Mitsubishi Gallant Factory Service Manual (Inc: Supplements for 1998 and 2001 Models)

1997 Gallant factory service manual detailing all specifications, repair and maintenance information. Also includes supplement for 1998 and 2001 models)

Mitsubishi Galant Vehicle Information

The seventh generation Galant debuted in 1992 (model year 1994 in America), available as a four-door sedan and five-door liftback (sedan only in America). A Japan-only hardtop derivative called the "Emeraude" (French for emerald) was also launched in 1992. This generation marked a substantial change in suspension design. The front switched from struts to a multi-link structure featuring two lower arms and one upper arm. The rear switched from a beam axle to a newly designed multi-link system.

Because the Lancer Evolution was now Mitsubishi's homologated rally car, the seventh generation VR-4 became a less overtly sporting vehicle, eschewing the old four-cylinder engine in favour of a smoother two litre V6 twin turbo. The four wheel drive transmission was retained.

Production in the United States began on May 24, 1993 when the first seventh generation Galant rolled off the assembly line in Normal, Illinois. In 1994, a slightly upgraded GS version was available with a 160 hp (120 kW) twin cam engine, speed-sensitive steering, rear stabilizer bar, and an available manual transmission.

The seventh generation Galant, also known as the Mitsubishi Eterna, formed the basis of the Proton Perdana.

Source: Wikipedia