Question about 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer
Might be a dirty IAC idle air control valve. When starting up and it is struggling to idle does the car have a tendency to cut out if for example you turn the front wheels or put a foot on the brakes. If so, this looks like an IAC problem. Generally the fix is very easy and just requires the IAC to unbolted from the throttle body and cleaned with carburettor choke cleaning spray and then wiped down with a cloth. Once cleaned like new check the IAC ports on the throttle body itself and clean these. Make sure that everything dries off, reassemble and that should be it
Posted on May 10, 2010
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