Question about 2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse
No spark? If you have a multimeter turn to 20v and unplug cable to coil pack on top of motor. Run positive to middle wire and ground wherever (neg batt terminal) and see what volts you get with key turned to ON (not starting). If 0.0 then either your ASD (MFI) relay is bad or your ECU is not grounding it or it's shot. All power to ignition and fuel pump goes through the ASD relay.
Basically you want to test jumping (bypassing) this relay. Not sure about your model but it has one somewhere. My 95 Talon it's by the brake fluid reservoir (2nd from left by fuel relay). Hotwire 87 to 30.
If still no spark look into crank position sensor, camshaft angle sensor or ECU.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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