Question about 2002 Mitsubishi Galant
OK, first of all, if the check oil light is on, the oil pump may be worn out causing oil starvation and making it shut off. In addition, the battery being drained will cause even a normal engine to have to relearn how to run smoothly.
But, I would check that oil pressure problem first, Maybe, check the oil level to make sure it is topped off.
Good luck on this repair.
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