Question about Mitsubishi Galant
There really isn't much information here, but usually on a fuel injected motor your water temperature sensor is what tells the engine computer if the temperature is cold enough to require the engine to run in phase lock loop or what would be the choke on a carbureted engine. Your engine should have 2 water temperature sensors, one for the gauge or light and one for the computer. The one for the computer will have more than one wire and the one for the gauge or light will only have one.
Posted on Apr 20, 2013
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