Question about 2000 Mitsubishi Galant
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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no 1....Check the fuel inertia switch has not been tripped ?
The problem has to be tied in with something you have done, as it was running till you put your hands on it.
Check back at the battery and make sure you have not pulled off a connection somewhere by mistake in the vicinity of the battery.
Check your fuses with a 12v test light !
Are you getting a spark at the plugs ?
Are you getting fuel pressure to the engine ?
Do you think your cam belt has decided to give up the ghost ? have you ever renewed it ?
Hopefully you have got it running by now ?
If not, try running through these thoughts.
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Posted on Feb 12, 2009
there are two relay for the fuel pump, one from the key to the fuel pump the other is called MFI relay. you will only get power to the pump when you are cranking over the engine. the MFI take over when the engine is running.. both are on the driver side of the center console under the kick plate you have too look close to the radio you will see a brass plate with one 10mm nut holding them on....
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
Start with the old addage, "Give it fuel, Give it fire, and you will get what you desire." Check your fuel rail under the hood, it should have a valve almost like where you add air to a tire. Press the pin, fuel should shoot out of there. If not, its a fuel problem then you just trace it back down the line. Could be a fuel filter? Next, check your spark. See if your getting any to the plugs, if no, start tracing it back. Also, you didn't say if you recently replaced plugs and wires. If there are plug wires, which there should be, make sure they are connected to the right plug. If not your firing order won't be even close, so thats a no start. Check your fuel injection relay under the hood if you have one. Make sure it is working. This relay gives the fuel injectors their power. Basically, check anything that you need to make an engine run but start with the most basic first. Could be a bad MAF Sensor too. Also, don't rule out something crazy like a Crankshaft position sensor. There are ways to back probe all the sensors with a test light just look around online and find out what sensors you have and how to test them.
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
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