Question about Mitsubishi Mighty Max
With a friend, crank it over and check for spark. If spark, ok. Crank over for 5 seconds or so then remove a plug or two and check for fuel, if fuel ok. Next it would have to be compression or timing. If no fuel I expect the ECU has failed (typical for late 80's early 90-'s mitsubishi's as capacitors in ECU were poor)
Use a set of NOID lights to check for injector pulse (if injected) No spark could be distributor components or if 3.0 V6 the distributor itself.
I hope this may have assited, please let me know if I may help more,
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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