Question about 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse
Car is sputtering and almost dying when dialing
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1999 mitsubishi Eclipse
trace the power from the battery, keep voltmeter grounded to battery, and check from there to fuse, and so on through the system, check to make sure your grounds are good, from battery to left front shock tower and then left rear engine by starter motor on non turbo motors
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
What you have is PROBABLY a bad Idle Air Control stepper motor... if the car stays running with your foot on the gas, and only dies when you let your foot OFF the gas... or if it dies when you shift (again, cause you foot is off the gas) that is definitely the problem. The stepper motors are kind of pricey (over $300) at the dealership, but you should be able to get one from an auto parts store for 150 or so. easy as heck to replace, it has three 8MM bolts into the throttle body, just unplug it, unscrew the bolts, and put the new one in... just be sure to be careful with the new o-ring... DON'T LOSE IT! :)
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
If your State doesn't require it, why install it?
If your State does require a front plate, and you just bought the car, take it back to the dealer. They are required by law to install the plate before selling it.
Any auto store can sell you mounting hardware for your front plate. If you look at your front bumper, you should see two little dimples in the center of the bumper, these will line up with your plateholder. Make sure it does and drill there, and mount with proper hardware.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
ok heres the thing when a car sets for a long time you have to do more then just clean the tank you also need to flush and replace all fluids in it and replace the fuel filter (that one is key because it empties out the fuel lines and injectors) and also please do youself a favor and replace the timing belt i can not stress that enough every 60,000 miles or 18 months please just to be safe replace the timing belt these 6 bolt 2.0 engines are great and so easy and cheap to build but if you brealk that timing belt you will be buying a new engine but truth be told sonds like you have and intake sensor thats gone out pop ur air can off and check the mas for a wasp nest or something like that
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
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