Question about 1992 Dodge Stealth
Given the year of your Dodge Stealth I'd look at the ECU, Engine Control Unit. Early 90's Mitsubishi had poor capacitors in the ECUs. With time leakage would cause the capacitors to fail. You can remove your ECU, open it up and look at the capacitors for leakage ( The ECU will be found behind the radio, remove the trim from the tunnel and you can access it, (3) 10MM bolts hold it in place with (3) large yellow wiring plugs to it, unclip and pull back on to remove. One way to check this problem is to check for injector pulse, rent a set of NOID lights, unplug an injector and plug in a NOID light and crank over engine. If no pulse (the light does not flash) there is a good chance the ECU went bad.
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Posted on Jun 10, 2010
Well you could have a bad fuel filter, bad fuel pressure reglator, or even bad injectors.
Posted on May 07, 2010
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