Question about 2007 Mitsubishi Pajero 2.5
When attempting to start my 2.5 Triton when the door is open, I see the door open indication on the instrument panel flashing with an audible alarm. This continues for a few seconds only. When the door is closed the Triton still does not start
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My 99' Mitsubishi Montero Sport
You need to have the computer coded to see what it might kick out to you as the problem. It could be you have a sensor that is getting weak, or the computer is not reading something as it should be. The computer controls everything in your vehicle, with the help of all kinds of sensors through out the engine and transmission. You could check the ujoints, by putting the vehicle up on jack stands, getting under it and trying to move the drive shift. If you can move it even a bit, the ujoints should be replaced. But if not, then they are fine. I don't think the hesitate has anything to do with the ujoints as the drive shaft. But more the transmission. But if you get the computer coded, it might print out what the problem is. It could be a cable getting weak in how the transmission shafts its self too. If you got an AutoZone close by they will code your vehicle for free. If that checks out ok, I would get those cables checked to see if one is getting weak, needs to be replaced or then get the fluid, filter replaced and put in some transmission conditioner in with the fluid change that should help too. You can get the transmission conditioner at any parts store, be sure to ask whoever does the transmission fluid and filter change to put that conditioner in
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
This may sound silly but it worked for me. Try sticking the key in the drivers side door with the alarm going off and go through the motion of unlocking the door. Good luck.
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Posted on Oct 22, 2010
SOURCE: All tires have 37 psi
It's a Tyres Monitoring Pressure (TMP) system ECU (Electronic Control Unit) temporary faulty. Run for few miles above 30 mph, and all the temporary faults of Tyres Monitoring Pressure (TMP) system ECU will dissappear themselves. Also you can access & erase the TMP system ECU for all Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC) memored, if you will connect a Mitsubishi diagnostic equipment to the data link connector of the car.
Posted on Oct 27, 2010
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