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well actually there are 2 things that can cause this.. I'll list them both and the fix,,

1.) fuse.. There are 1 / 2 fuses that protect the fuel pump.. The first is the in fuse panel under the hood. Under the fuse panel cover is a diagram showing which fuse is which.. Simply replace that fuse..
the second fuse if any (some vehicles have them) is in the kick panel under the dash board. Just like the fuse box under the hood, the cover has a diagram showing which fuse is which .. simply replace it..

2.) the second most common problem is the relay.. There are 2 locations that the relay will be ,, The first is in the fuse panel under the hood. look at the diagram to determine the fuel pump relay and change it.. The second location id under the dashboard.. Locate the cars computer under the dash,, and you will notice 4 - 5 wires connecting to a relay box,, thats the pump relay,, simply open the box and replace the relay..

Now if both thge above isnt your problem the relay is controlled by the ignition switch (tumbler), now what happens is this trips the relay to tun on the pump,, The switch may be shorting or damaged or the wires fallen off,, replace the switch,, (this is a very rare issue)..

good luck..

2006 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Feb 08, 2019

hi sound more like you have a dashboard problem. sometimes the dash connections can get damaged or come lose when its been vigorously, the ecu does not control these abs controls the tech gas and temp run from the dash power only part were both tech and gages are together is the main connection connecting the wiring to the dash.

2006 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Jun 09, 2017

Most vehicle sensors are 5volt

2006 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Dec 15, 2016

depending on the variations
after starting or cranking for a while the voltage will read 14.5 to 14.8 volts as the battery charges up that reading will drop back to 13.2 volts
it will be lower at idle 12 >13 volts as the alternator speed has to be around 1,500 rpms to get the alternator to charge
using the lights and any extra power requirements the voltage will go up to max of 14.5 -14.8 volts to compensate for the extra current required
drive belt condition and tension will cause variations if it is not correct
bad connections ( dirty terminals , loose harness fittings , corrosion) will all affect the ability of the alternator /regulator to produce constant voltage
you will have to ask an auto electrician if the regulator is part of the ECM as most have the regulator in the alternator or a separate unit on the fire wall
If it not part of the ECM then the ECM will have no bearing on the readings

2006 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Dec 05, 2016

Check if there is a separate fuse for the hazard lights circuit on your model. If so you can pull the fuse to stop the lights flashing until the hazard light switch, or whatever the cause of the problem is, can be rectfied.

2006 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Mar 12, 2016

Yes it could be bad or discharged. If it is discharged that also will shorten the life of it depending on how long it sits around like that. You need a voltmeter to see what voltage the new battery is showing.

2006 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Mar 28, 2015

If you're jumping with the jumper neg lead on engine block (like you should) then you have a bad ground lead.
If you are jumpering to the battery terminals then the connection to the battery itself is bad. Clean the battery connector terminals.

2006 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Feb 11, 2015

the part about the lights that won't turn on may be because there is a blown fuse or a broken relay which needs to be changed, the part about the hid lights there may be a short circuit somewhere.

2006 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Dec 25, 2014

Your going to have to come here with test results
or what you need to know

Only checking for obd codes & diagnosing the issues,
will find a problem,as you should know

We can't guess at the unknown, without the car to check
over & test

2006 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Sep 26, 2014

most of those are but , best thing to do is replace the belt and try it I have gotten lucky many time , well my customers did , ck online to see on you tube usually you will find a lot about most anything there

2006 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Sep 23, 2014

The fan belt is probly worn or dirty. Try cleaning the underside or the pullys in the serpintine route............or u mite hav to go back and chec work on the timing belt is all torqued to specs. Is belt tension rite

2006 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Jul 18, 2014

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