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1996 mitsubishi Eclipse 2.0 non-turbo Code PO352 wont clearwe tried a new coilno results broke the wire off the condenser and replaced it with factory new. Can you steer us the right direction?

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Hi
reset the light. The warning can be caused by something as simple (and
therefore undetectable) as a loose gas cap, or something much more
serious that will cause consequential damage. (Chances are if you don't
notice any difference in the way it's running, the problem is minor.)
Autozone in the US will read codes for free, but I don't think they
reset the light any more.

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

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    ABHISHEK.C Dec 07, 2008

    your turbo houseing is warped and additional unmeatered air is geting
    into the intake...burnt valves if ya do not fix it soon...or perhaps
    it is something else-but i know some mopar techs and they love code
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    ABHISHEK.C Dec 07, 2008

    sounds also as fuel related. If you have not changed the fuel filter i would start there. It is inexpensive, easy to do and even if it is not the mitigating factor at least you will be removing some of the grit and grime lodged against the filter screen from the fuel system. If this does not cure your cars ails I would borrow or purchase a fuel pressure meter which installs onto the service port of the fuel rail on top of the engine. They are faily inexpensive at an auto parts store and an invaluable tool for sluggish pickup and no start situations. Let me know how the flow test goes. From there you'll want to make sure your injectors are seated properly(not leaking) and working. If you are unsure how to perform these tests post me back or if these things aren't it there are many more possibilities but lets rule out the easy ones first.


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Ignition coil #2 primary circuit. So it is should be either this or your ECU. Also make sure you don't have a misfire. Have you replaced the spark plugs at all? Please take a moment to accept and rate my solution. If you need further assistance I will be glad to help.
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    Lee A. Dec 07, 2008

    Obviously you already mentioned it won't clear so unhooking the battery will be of no use in this situation.

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Unhook the battery overnight this may reset it!

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