Question about 2006 Mitsubishi Outlander
They must of disconnected ur battery any time this is done it stalls. I know because mine eats alternators. After about ten alternators i found out online that u disconnect the negatyive wire then reconnect it turn on ac let idle for 20 mins yw ac running and it resets it. It does it every time u disconnect the battery. MitsubishI doesn't have a set way to reset it. But this does work
Posted on Jan 15, 2016
May simply be the throttle body adjustment. This is all dismantled to get to the head gasket.
Posted on Apr 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like the electric fan is not coming on. Could be the switch screwed into the radiator, a malfunctioning fan relay, a blown fan fuse or the fan motor has gone bad.
Posted on Jun 23, 2010
Try replacing your cooling fans since both fans are probably not coming on at the time the a/c is on. If your car uses a single fan, then it must have a hi and lo speed so probably the low works but the high doesn't. If you can barely hear the fan spin then it is probably working in the low speed position and you should check that.
Posted on Jun 27, 2012
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Overheating can be extremely bad for a car. Back in the days of carburetors, when engines were made of steel, overheating was much more common, and less damaging. But the modern engine has far less tolerance, with its aluminum blocks and, often, aluminum heads.
Many head gaskets have been blown out by overheat issues. Many heads have been cracked. These are not cheap repairs. Therefore, be vigilant and watch that heat gauge (thermometer). If your car starts to overheat, pull to the side of the road, and let it idle (do not give it a fast idle - that only worked in the days before electric fans) and, if that does not seem to be working, shut it off.
Bohdan Bodnar wrote: "The 2.2/2.5 liter cooling systems *MUST* be purged of air before operation; otherwise, coolant flow blockage will result (i.e., hot, possibly REALLY hot, engine). Partial purging will cause the engine to run hotter than normal; the temperature will gradually drop to normal as the system purges itself over several days/weeks."
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