Question about 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse
When you turn the key the engine just cranks,then when you let off the key it will back fire, sprayed starter fluid in and it just backfires
You most likely have a fuel supply or pressure problem
1, a shorted injector, (this caused all the other injectors to stop working or work very inefficiently)
2, the cam sensor (the ECM uses this as a reference in timing the injectors in conjunction with the ICM)
3, the lack of fuel pressure to them (all the many things that can cause this condition)
4, a bad ignition control module ( the computer uses the signals from ICM for a reference to time the injectors as it monitors and changes the ignition timing)
5, a bad crankshaft position sensor ( the ICM is using this to set the ignition timing and to send the reference signal to the ECM)
Posted on Mar 28, 2015
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