Question about 2001 Mitsubishi Galant
A P1400 code means there is something wrong with the evap/egr/air/catalyst...also that 1 means its a code made by the manufacturer so its vehicle specific. whatever the problem is it could potentially damage your Catalitic Converter. SO its about something emissions wise. Its highley unlikely that it is the ECM, its possible that the ECM is recieving inaccurate inputs from another component so its making poor choices but the ECM is usually not the problem but never cancel that out...try more tests like possibly your evap solenoid may not be pulsing. if you know what your doing take a volt meter and check the evap connector and test the ground and pos(power) side, if there is a circuit issue you might be able to recognize it, if you dont know the specs it may be difficult to konw whether its bad or not. but keep trying things and reading ... hope this helped
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
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