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Enginee light on car is very slugish - Colt Mitsubishi Cars & Trucks

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  • pauls0589 Jan 19, 2009

    cheers lads thanks for your help

  • pauls0589 Jan 20, 2009

    hey guys i brought my car to my local mechanic and he put a diagnostics on the car it wouldnt read it and it must go to a mitsubishi dealer,theyve told me that its goin to cost me for this.so heres the symtoms and if noboby can come up with a solution i will have to bite the bullet and pay for it.

    the car is a 2002 mitsubishi colt
    the engine light has been on for about two weeks now.
    when i accelerate the car will accelerate but it reaches a point where the car stops increasing speed for about 3 seconds and then increases again.i believe it could be an error in the fuel managment system any ideas??????plz help


  • Tim Higgins
    Tim Higgins May 11, 2010

    Take it to a garage/autozone and get them to read the codes from your computer. until u know what they are theres no way to tell your problem....

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Hi99ins is right if you take it to an autozone location they will check your codes for free. Then you can post what they were here and we can assist you further.
thanks........six

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  • s60six Jan 19, 2009

    let us know what the codes were and we'll help to solve the problem that caused it
    Good Luck!


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