Question about 2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse
Try unpluging then repluging in your TPS (throttle position sensor) its located on the end of your intake. it reads the position of your throttle and works with your ECM, and the O2 sensors to control your air/fuel mixture. if its running rich and not burning off all the gas it would also throw off your O2 sensor that is attached to the front of your catalytic converter. sometimes these sensors get gummed up and they send inacurate information to the ECM.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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