Question about 1992 Mitsubishi 3000GT
Vehicle starts up just fines but does all of the above until it's completely warm. Usually after about 20 minutes of driving it runs just fine. The Mitsubishi dealer has had my car for two weeks now and can't figure it out. I had also had it two other shops prior to the dealership and they couldn't figure it out either. Everything is testing out just fine. They did tell me one of the capacitors on the ECU is leaking slightly but they sent the ECU somewhere and it also tested ok. I asked them to replace the capacitors but they wouldn't do it saying since the ECU is ok the caps shouldn't be the problem. I have a feeling replacing the caps may help this issue. Any suggestions or thougths?
Spark plugs? Their resistance may change a bit after they're warm. Replace with oem.
Posted on May 11, 2010
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