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Lancer mivec 1.6 loses power at just over 5000rpm oil is fine, engine is warm

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  • danieljmurta Oct 25, 2008

    again mitsubishi lancer mivec 1.6 and when I go over 5000rpm it looses power. help?

  • Anonymous Nov 25, 2008

    lancer ck1 loses power between 60 & 80 KPH. Very poor acceleration should u try overtaking at that speed!!

  • Mark Onunga Nov 28, 2008

    1999 mivec ck4 loses power at around 3.5 to 4k RPM. Have to keep down-shifting to pick up speed!

  • chambers441 Apr 05, 2009

    my mivec 1.6 red lines at 6200 rpm

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Check your oil pressure. Common problem to all 2nd gen MIVEC engine is in its oil sump. A dent could restrict the flow of the engine oil and will cause the engine pressure to drop whenever the MIVEC starting to kick. A low pressure means that the MIVEC system will not activate, hence the low power and no MIVEC "sound".

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