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Misfiring engine mitsubishi triton MK v6 3.0l

Misfiring under load

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SOURCE: engine misses when placed under load

replace the plug wires this will fix your secondary ignition breakdown. the egr code is due to a bad dpfe sensor which is for back pressure on egr valve.this will not cause misfire.

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SOURCE: terrible rattling noise from underside

Could just be the heat shield for ur exhaust. Looks like an aluminum pan between the floor and exhaust.

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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You need to check the Ignition coils , as whencoils are week , some times does not show on dash or diagnose system. probably best to change your coils

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I WOULD DROP GEAR BOX FROM THE BOTTOM.TO CHANGE CLUTCH.BECAUSE YOU REMOVE THE CAR ENGINE.YOU HAVE TO REMOVE A LOT THINGS TO GET THE ENGINE OUT.

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SOURCE: 2005 Mitsubishi Eclipse GTS V6 3.0L Cylinder 3 Misfire

Anything is possible but if you want to know if #3 is really misfiring and hurting the performance try pulling the plug wire to cylinder # 3 with the engine off (so you don't get shocked) Now start the care and see how it runs. If it runs the same then #3 is really bad. In that case imagine how much better it would run if #3 was up and operating correctly.

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