Question about Mitsubishi Eclipse
Have your mechanic check the Idle Air Control (IAC) motor and the Throttle Posistion Sensor (TPS). The IAC motor is also referred to as the Idle Speed Control (ISC) motor. That motor is resposible for keeping your idling at a constant RPM when your car is at a stop. Your TPS is responsible for letting your car's computer (ECU) know how far the throttle plate is open. Your ECU uses this information to tell your fuel pressure regulator and injectors how much fuel to put in your engine. If you find that either your TPS or IAC is malfunctioning, replace them. Along those lines, also check your Base Idle Setting Screw (BISS). It's located at the top of your throttlebody.
Worn out clutch plates can also cause the problem, that you are experiencing . Kindlu get the same checked
Posted on May 29, 2009
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