Question about Mitsubishi Montero Sport
Hello! Average reading is 35 ohms...Solenoid is good...With engine at idle... pinch the vacuum line, on the top of the throttle body, with the yellow tracer...Engine should stumble...If not...Remove the intake hose and clean the ports on the top side of the throttle body bore...Especially the EGR vacuum supply line...Green tracer...Use a rag soaked in throttle body cleaner...Reach deep inside bore...Should solve the problem...Guru.....Saailer
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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