Question about 2003 Mitsubishi Diamante
Basically the car will work great from 39 F and below and 55 F and above. However, whenever in the winter, when the snow melts between 40-54 F the car will turn, but not start. I have changed the battery. It is also very wet out when it does this. Once I was driving and hit a puddle and it died. Any ideas. I am only a little mechanical, but can do basic fixes, ie brakes, tune ups, oil change. Any chance I can fix this?
Try checking the wiring loom that goes on the ignition coils for humidity as your problem seems to be a humidity ingress in the wiring.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
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