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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: revs boucing
try to add some lucas aditive to it, if does not solve the problem then your reverse might be about to brake, but this lucas aditive try to add with a transmission tune up at same time
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
needs to have system checked,could be as simple as debris,grease,dirt fouling an abs sensor.best bet is to take it to a dealer,another thing to consider is if you have a warning light on for something like abs or airbag etc,that system is out of order and will not work till fault is rectified.
Posted on May 19, 2010
SOURCE: mitsubishi chariot gdi
Hi, I have a Mitsubishi Chariot Grandis Exceed 1998 (4g64) and recently changed the engine. Prior to changing the engine the car had a shudder when driving approximately 70kmph. This appears to be caused by some sort of misfire as one can see the ref counter dropping and picking up slowly. After changing the engine I still have exactly the same problem which tells me it is not the engine. I took it in and they tested it with one of those plug in machines but to no avail as it did not pick up any faults. Due to the slight drop of the needle prior to the car shuddering, I cleaned out the injectors but this does not appear to be a part of the problem. This usually occurs more often when the engine is warmer and not when one start up and drive. Any ideas what can cause this?
Posted on May 24, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 1999 mitsubishi
The problem could be a bad throttle position sensor or a bad idle air control valve.I would remove them and test them for proper operation .These test s should be done by your local service station because every car has a different procedure for testing these sensors.Any of the sensors on your car can be tested but like I stated they all have different procedures.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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