Question about 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer
I replaced the clutch and slave cylinder on an 03 Lancer SOHC and the car started one day, but not the next. Now, before I replaced the clutch the guy had to start his car in gear because the clutch plate was broken (the spring was bouncing around inbetween the clutch and pressure plate). So what is wrong with this thing? I have spark, but it is abnormal, I have plugs soaked in fuel, my timing is dead on, and I have air. When I crank the car it will want to start, but then suddenly die (voltage drops to 3-5 volts, dash goes out, and car chokes). When I unplug the crank sensor though, this problem goes away, but obviously wont start because there is no spark.
SOURCE: i cant find the diagnostic
It will be on Either the Right or Left Side of the Steering Column Under the Dash. Also, Some of the OBD Outlets were Under the Hood Mounted Near the Firewall. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
Try this one enter year make model when you click this link not sure but its worth a try if not sorry just want to help.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
it takes 5 quarts of sae30 weight oil use either quaker state or valvoline this is better oil and doesn't sludge up the engine
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
Code p0420 is 'catalyst efficiency below threshold'.
This could be caused by a bad catalytic converter but before dumping a ton of money on that I would suspect the after-cat oxygen sensor is getting lazy and setting the code.
Have the O2 sensors checked and replace if needed before suspecting the catalytic converter.
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
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