Question about 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse
I replaced a CMPS on a 1999 avenger with a 2.0l engine, for an oil leak and got this code, cleared it and the code came back. The code reader reads ignition control or misfire problem. Could this be a defective aftermarket cam sensor?
Cam sensor fires the injectors so ignition control is not really what it does. The crankshaft sensor provides spark control, the Cam sensor provides injector pulse timing.
The actual code no it throws is much more use for us to diagnose...pls specify the Engine light code and I can be much more helpful.
Why did u change the cam sensor for an oil leak? that does not seem to be an appropriate repair.... anyhow more info=better help
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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