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Have a 2001 Mitsubishi eclipse GT replaced crankshaft position sensor timing belt , spark plugs wires n new battery n a new distributor n still no spark an does crank

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  • Gene May 14, 2017

    Hi Jimmy Augustine, I want to help you with your question, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? Can you tell me what engine you have, 4 or 6 cylinder. Does your distributor rotor button spin when the engine is cranked? Let me know.

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    Jimmy Augustine May 14, 2017

    i just check with scanner n got po403 twice n po335 po340 and i have V6 3.0



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