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Normal idle speeds on modern cars are usually between 600 and 1000 rpm so the idle does not seem too fast. Most modern cars now use electronically controlled throttle bodies instead of carburettors and most throttle bodies are not adjustable.
The idle speed can run higher when the engine is cold as more fuel is added until it reaches working temperature. Let the car warm up to it's working temperature, usually about 10 minutes at idle.
Keep your feet off the pedals and check the idle speed. Listen to the engine. Does it sound like it is 'racing' like your using the accelerator pedal or is it struggling and almost stalling? If it is an even steady idle it is probably set correctly. Get a good mechanic to look at it if your worried.

Mitsubishi Cars... | Answered on Jul 27, 2020

1. Unplug the sending unit connector
2. Use your meter to measure the resistance when your engine is cold. The resistance should read as high. Reconnect the connector.
3. Run your engine until it gets up to temperature, then measure resistance again. At temperature, resistance should be low.
4. Check your readings against the specs for your vehicle listed in the repair manual for your make and model. If the readings match up, you know that your sending unit is working properly. If not, you know that's the source of the problem

Mitsubishi Cars... | Answered on Jul 23, 2020

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Mitsubishi Cars... | Answered on Jul 22, 2020

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Mitsubishi... | Answered on Jul 21, 2020

Sometimes, is necesary remove the valve cover for access to the camshaft.


Fig. Camshaft Position
(CMP) Sensor location

Hope helped with this (remember rated this help) Good luck.

1996 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Jul 18, 2020

If the pump isn't running it could be the wiring, relay, control or immobiliser.

If it isn't the immobiliser, some data books illustrate the relay pins that need to be shorted to test the pump (and the wiring and connections) after checking the fuse and ensuring power is on both sides of the fuse.
An alternative would be to disconnect the fuel pump and connect an independent supply.

Mitsubishi Cars... | Answered on Jul 17, 2020

It depends on the app. If the app has updates, most of the time it will automatically update when in reach of the internet. If you are looking for apps I came across this website: It gives recommendations of finding the right app.

Mitsubishi... | Answered on Jul 15, 2020

How wet is the foot well? This is likely to be one of two things. Door seal rubber or the Heater matrix.
Try this bit of detective work. Does it only get wet when it rains heavily? Is it just the front that is wet? Feel the carpet in the foot well. How high up the foot well carpet does the wetness go? Does the wetness smell of anything? Do you have a sun roof fitted? Sun roofs have drain holes that can clog up so the rain pools up in the grooves and runners then over spills inside the vehicle.
If it only gets wet after rain it could be a worn out door seal rubber or the sun roof letting water in. Door seals usually cause shallow pools of water so the wetness won't rise very high up the carpet. The sun roof sometimes causes the seats to get wet as well.
If it is wet all the time, the wetness rises high up into the foot well and it has a 'sweet' smell, it could be the small radiator unit,(the Heater Matrix), behind the dashboard that supplies heat to the heater blowers leaking. Depending on where exactly it is fitted you'll sometimes get wetness in both front foot wells. The smell is the coolant from the engine.
Hope this helps.

Mitsubishi Cars... | Answered on Jul 06, 2020

Visit the on-line store, know as reliable-store, they have the repair manuals. I'm sure you will get the solution of your problem.
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Mitsubishi Cars... | Answered on Jul 04, 2020

get an diagnostics check.. it might be ur m.a.f. sensor. i had the same problem. it idled high. and wouldn't break 60 mph

Mitsubishi Colt... | Answered on Jul 03, 2020

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