Question about Charging & Starting Systems for Mitsubishi Colt
Change the fuel filters and loosen the lines going to the injector and crank the engine to bleed the fuel lines. When fuel starts to come out tighten the lines and it should start. If fuel does not come out it might be a bad fuel pump or injector pump.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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