Question about 2002 Mitsubishi Galant
Remove the cable and hang it up and give it good oiling,if that doesnt work then go to dealer as its a common rail system and all sensors and electronic gizmos controled by the ECU.and you could end up paying for a lot of sensors that dont need changing.Modern cars are not designed for the weekend mechanic anymore they are designed with object in mind of dealer only so dealer and manufacturer make money and not your general mechanic or owner doing it himself and your local spares shop .so dont buy a renault with encrypted software
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
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