Car dies suddenly after warming up, but not all the time?
94 Eagle Summit ES 1.5L 5sp manual. The car dies suddenly after warming up and driving for a bit. It does not do this all the time, sometime I can drive for a week without incident and then the next day it will happen three times, it usually starts after awhile. It does it when the gas tank is full or when it is almost empty. It usually does it more when I am sitting in traffic and the vehicle is warmed up and not so much on the highway(but it does on the highway too). Sometimes if i pump the gas pedal lots it will start right away, but sometimes that doesn't work either. I have replaced the battery and cables, distributor, cap and rotor, plugs and plug wires, fuel filter, fuel pump and tank filter, O2 sensors. Any help would be awesome.
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Mitsubishi launched a pair of "mini-minivans," sized between subcompact wagons and minivans. Variants of the shorter of the two wagons (called Expo LRV by Mitsubishi) were marketed as the Eagle Summit, and also as a nearly identical Plymouth Colt Vista. Seating five, with a 168.5-inch body, the wagons had a sliding passenger-side door and a one-piece rear liftgate. The removable rear bench seat, with a split seatback, could be tumbled forward for additional cargo space. A 113-horsepower, 1.8-liter 4-cylinder engine was standard, but a 116-horsepower 2.4-liter four might be installed as an option. Both engines could have either the standard 5-speed manual transmission or optional 4-speed automatic. Power steering was standard on all models. Base (DL) and LX models were front-drive, while the AWD version had permanent 4-wheel drive. Antilock braking was optional, but Summit Wagons lacked an airbag. So when searching for parts Expo is your model But when I look for parts it is only listing parts for the 2.4 L 1.8 is not a option You should call and see if its universal
The automatic transmission fluid is added through the hole that the dipstick fits into on the end of the tranny. It is recommended that you do a complete change of the fluid at 40,000 mile intervals for the tranny to shift correctly. You need a long funnel and my owners manual for 1994 eagle summit ES says 6.3 quarts of ATF+3. If it's a manual tranny you use 75w-90 GL4 hypoid gear oil 1.9 Quarts.