Question about 1999 Mitsubishi 3000GT
FIRST USE A CODE SCANNER BECAUSE YOU HAVE MANY SENSORS.ONE COULD BE BAD SCANNER WILL SHOW CODE.YOU CAN FIX QUICK.IF GET NO CODES REPLACE ALL SPARK PLUGS YOUR VECHICLE USES PLATINUM TIP PLUGS.REPLACE PLUG WIRES.REPLACE FUEL FILTER.CHECK FUEL PRESSURE SHOULD BE 38 PSI.REPLACE IGNITION COIL IF IT BEEN ON VECHICLE A LONG TIME.CHANGE AIR FILTER.SEE I WILL DO A TUNE FIRST.CLEAN OUT FUEL INJECTORS PUT A BOTTLE OF SEAFOAM IN A FULL TANK OF GAS.I CHECK ALTERNATOR OUT PUT.MAKE SURE YOU ARE GETTING 13.5 TO 14.5 VOLTS TO BATTERY.DONT SPEND ALL YOUR MONEY AT ONE TIME IF YOU GOT ANOTHER VECHICLE.YOU CAN TROUBLE SHOOT ALONG IF EVERY THING TOP NOTCH SHAPE IF ENGINE HAS HIGH MILEAGE.DO COMPRESSION TEST.IGNITION TIMING COULD BE OFF IF YOU HAVE A LOOSE TIMING BELT.TRY EVERY THING I MENTION SEE HOW IT GOES.TELL ME WHAT VECHICLE DOING.DROP ME A FEW LINES I CAN HELP YOU SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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