Question about 1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse
The codes don't match up to the chart. Do the keydance again and see if there is any difference.
here's the codes http://www.2gnt.com/index.php?d=PCM%20Error%20Codes
24 (Throttle position sensor voltage does not agree with MAP)
14 (MAP sensor voltage too low/too high)
Points to the map sensor.
I've scanned a couple pages in my Haynes manual and uploaded them for you. These pages will help you check out the sensors.
The password is johnw
More than likely it's the map sensor. I remember when i turboed my car i had major problems with the safc and the map sensor. It would act just like yours does. The ecu doesn't use the map sensor in closed loop mode. Open loop starts at 4000rpms and will start reading values from the map. If it is receiving values not in spec then it will limit the rpms and stay locked in closed loop.
Replace the map sensor and let me know how it turns out.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
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