Question about Mitsubishi Galant
You will need to pull the trouble codes out of the computer to know what area to look in.I have a 91 Galant,and it recently had similar symptoms,and kept setting two codes,an Air Intake Temeprature (AIT) code,and a motor position code.Turns out,the Air Intake Temp sensor is actaully built into the Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor.Replaced the MAF,and both codes went away,for good.So it is essential to pull the codes as the code definition is the diagnostic route/area of the problematic system.It could very well be the O2 sensor though,and if you don't mind spending money,replace it and see what happens.Disconnect the negative battery terminal 20 minutes to reset the computer and clear the trouble codes.Good luck
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
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