Check the ignition control module. It seems to be a weak point.
You may need to have it rewired or have it replaced.
Starting problems in a Mitsubishi Eclipse GST 1995 could be caused by a weak battery or an alternator that does not charge. You might also have gotten a bad starter when you replaced that one.
There is no "chip" that can be replaced in the distributor, it is serviced as a unit. There is no chip in the distributor cap.
It is likely a microswitch and not repairable. It should be replaced or bypassed.
Mitsubishi says every 60,000 miles it should be replaced.
You must set the cam retard to plus or minus 2 degrees, or you have other problems.
It's in the distributor. The whole distributor gets replaced when you nneed a new one.
It is a non serviceable part of the distributor. The distributor has to be replaced.
When a console light flashes on a Mitsubishi?æand the light continues to flash that may mean a sensor needs to be replaced. A certified mechanic can have it replaced.
The cam sensor is integral to the distributor. The distributor is not repairable and must be replaced as an assembly except distributor cap and rotor head.
The coil on the 2.5l is in the distributor. To the best of my knowledge it is not serviceable. The distributor must be replaced.
It could be that the distributor was not the problem. Need to know what the code is and what engine you have.
Remove the bolts that hold the distributor cap onto the distributor. Once this is off the rotor can be reached and replaced on a 1994 Acura Integra.
The distributor drive gear would be part of the camshaft. The camshaft would have to be replaced.
Regardless if the hole can be repaired or bypassed, it is not a 'do it yourself' job. The proper assessment of the necessary repair method should be made 'hands on' by an a/c tech you trust.
I just replaced one on my 1992 astro and it was $120 just for the distributor not including the rotor and cap
We have not had any problems. Please contact us directly to have it replaced.
Is it a brand new distributor ? If not then replace the module and pick-up coil in the distributor that you have.
Car and distributor would have to be replaced
My 2005 GT was doing this some time ago. The distributor was burnt and replaced and it hasn't happened since.
A fuse needs replaced.
The ignition condenser is located inside the distributor. In order to repair the issue, the distributor will need removed and replaced.
It is a non serviceable part of the distributor. The distributor will need replaced if the cam sensor has failed.