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Service transmission NO start condition after sitting 15 to 30 min then will start with check engine light and dash read out says service trans chrysler corp can't fix been in three times to shop

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Could be a bad fuse may have drawn moisture though I doubt it I'd change the fuse and see if that works.

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Recommend you have the OBD codes read by your local Mitsubishi Agent, to determine what is causing the current problem.

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