Question about 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor
I was rear ended a few months back and had to have my endeavor hatch back replaced/repaired. My stereo worked absolutely fine for a month of driving it damaged. The night I picked my vehicle up from the repair shop the radio flicked on and off a couple of times. I drove straight home, 10 minutes to get there and parked my car for the night. The next morning I started my car , my stereo/cd player would not come on and an error showed on the face of my stereo E-COMM. We have checked the fuses and they all seem to be perfectly fine and we still replaced them. The repair shop told me that when they hooked up the new hatch back shell that it should not have affected anything regarding the stereo. Have you any suggestions or does anyone know what could possibly be wrong without me having to take my car in and them hook it up to the machine to check for any electrical problems?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Idling Problems
Besides the throttle positioning sensor, the crankshaft sensor, the O2 sensor, and a bad or clogged EGR valve will cause this problem. These sensors can have an intermittent problem without producing a code or causing the check engine light to come on. Persona;ly, I would start with the EGR valve.
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
do you have the radio code??if so disconnect battery ,wait a few minutes then reconnect and enter the 4 number code and see what happens
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
SOURCE: Car will not start
hes right in the fact that it is most likely the "brain" or the ecu as a tech would know it when dsm ecu's are exposed to high heat or very cold temeratures it is common for them to go out primarily on the injector circuit my sugsetion ist un bolt the fuel rail and point the injector away from you (preferable into a drip pan) and try to turn it voer that will tell you if they are working and just to check how did you determine that you have fuel pressure up to the rail because the only way th really tell is to remove the rail or install a gauge at the rail also fuel pressue regulator could be jammed and letting the fuel just run right back to the gas tank probably is the ecu though
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
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