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SOURCE: lighter stopped working

have you check the fuse if it is ok try to check the line wire of it if it has a continuity use a tester to check it if it is ok try to check the lighter plug.

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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SOURCE: LOSS OF POWER ,POOR FUEL MILEAGE

If the injector cleaner doesn't do any good, check to make sure the exhaust system isn't clogged. Over the years, I have had a couple of catalytic converters disintegrate and allow chunks of debris migrate back to the muffler or resonator. You can verify this by allowing the engine to heat up and then listening at the tailpipe; if you can hear the individual cylinders firing, it's clear, if it hisses, it's clogged. Raising the RPMs from an idle with make this even more evident as the hiss will become much louder. Also, this will cause the operating temperature to rise beyond its normal indication.

Posted on Aug 24, 2009

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SOURCE: poor fuel economy and missing

oxygen sensor likely

Posted on Oct 15, 2009

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SOURCE: idling rough, Check engine light was on steady for

if the light is flashing you need to take it in for repairs before your converters plug up scan the computer and see what the codes are.

Posted on Jan 24, 2010

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SOURCE: i have a code P2238 toyota rav4 2004

Code # p2238 is for the air fuel sensor,you may have a bad sensor the one in the exhaust manifold.

Posted on Mar 31, 2010

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What is TSB 7/2006


TSB 7/2006
Subject/Concern: Hesitations; Poor or no start; Deteriorated fuel economy; Diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) P1412, P0490 and P1335 stored
Model: Focus C-MAX 2003.75 (06/2003?¿½) Build Date: 14.02.2004-01.03.2006
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Should a customer express concern about one of the following:


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and upon investigation diagnostic trouble codes (DTC) P1412, P0490 and P1335 are stored in the powertrain control module (PCM), the probable cause is a sticky exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valve.


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My car won't stay running when cold.I replaced the idle air control valve,and it didn't fix the problem.


The idle air control valve is designed to adjust for the load on the engine to maintain the idle quality. When it's cold out, it's more important that the engine temperature sensor is working correctly so that it can trim the fuel richer to compensate for the cold running conditions. Also, a dirty Mass Air Flow sensor could give you problems with your idle. A shop could easily diagnose the poor idle quality for a reasonable fee if you don't feel like throwing parts at it again. Have you experienced unusually poor fuel economy or better than normal fuel economy this winter?

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I am getting poor fuel economy. The truck has 88,800 miles. Fuel filter, and air filter were changed in 2011. The tailpipe is black and I run fuel injecter cleaner every 3000 miles.


Poor fuel economy can come from bad fuel or tune up.Try switching to a gas with a higher octane and give your truck a full tune up.This should help your fuel economy out a little.

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First off, this sounds like a mass air flow sensor problem or an oxygen sensor problem. Other things to consider are fuel line leaks at connections. Your fuel pump might even be faulty. I would first start looking at the spark plugs to see if they are fouled and replace them if they are real bad. Most of the time the oxygen sensors or mass air flow sensor are messing up, improper gas and air mixtures cause rough acceleration and poor idling as well.

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Sholud I purchase a mitsubishi outlander 2003 with 103,291 miles on it for $8495


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Lighter stopped working


have you check the fuse if it is ok try to check the line wire of it if it has a continuity use a tester to check it if it is ok try to check the lighter plug.

Apr 18, 2009 | 2004 Mitsubishi Outlander

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