Question about Mitsubishi Eclipse
SOURCE: A recent scan indicated the
These are all transient symptoms, so I would not panic.
What I would suggest is putting in a tank of premium and fuel dryer.
A little water or cheap low octane gas can cause these symptoms.
If it happens again, a second try would be plug wires, because crossover in the wires will also do it.
Reducing plug gap will also make problems like this less noticeable.
You can go as low as .028".
Start with the cheap tries first, then worry about the more expensive things.
Posted on Jan 21, 2011
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