Question about Mitsubishi Colt
It may just require the base idle resetting, however not something that you can generally do at home depending on the age of the vehicle and how sophisticated the electronic controls are. Could also be a faulty idle speed control motor, common problem for early to mid 90's mitsi's. The best bet is to take it to a reputable garage, or a Mitsi dealer and ask them just to diagnose and advise you on costs, and give them an upper limit on how much you are willing to spend on diagnosis.
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
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