Question about Mitsubishi Galant
Sometimes sensor faults which we can cover if simple checks find nothing.
Being 4wd,it is sensitive to wheel sizes or rapid slip and wheel spin.Check to ensure all wheels are same:have you fitted a spare wheel or changed 2 tyres to a different profile?Remove each wheel and check that the sensors bolted to each hub are secure,clean and undamaged,same for the wiring.Also check for damage of the sensor rings on the cv joints.If all ok it is good to get the fault codes downloaded by a garage that can do this,or there are some cheap DIY trouble code readers available.I hope this helps or get back with your findings or codes and I can better diagnose for you.
Fault codes usually can't be erased by removing battery cable for a minute,but you could try this.Code readers can erase though.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
Testimonial: "your right cos just had 2 new front tyres put on but it was doing it a bit b4 aswell thanks"
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