your vehicle needs an idle relearn needs to be done by a Mitsubishi agentmay also have a faulty stepper motor for the idle control or the battery may be losing to much voltage during start up
When a Chrysler Sebring is stalling it is possible that poor gasoline has been used. It is also possible that the car needs the spark plugs replaced.
check your fuel pump, alot of magnas had faulty fuel pumps and due to your car stalling and splattering would be due to the fuel pump.
the car is stalling because the revs dropped caused by the piston loosing compresion or the spark plugs are dead ...take it to the workshop i would :)
A 2004 Dodge Ram will begin stalling out when it is not receiving enough fuel or air. A weak spark or defective spark plugs will also cause stalling.
NGK platinum plugs
Most likely cause is spark plug leads or spark plugs themselves will give a stuttering feeling and power drop off
2002 galant , can't find the spark plugs
Every 30,000 miles except platinum plugs
, They replaced for me the Ignition module and Fuel pump relay so that it could be restarted, then the EGR valve to keep it from stalling at stop lights; then I also replaced the Fuel Pressure Regulator diaphragm and Idle Air Control Valve, TPS sensor, IAF sensor, and finally the EGR Valve Solenoid which seems to give much more stable idle when in gear at a stoplight. Hope this helps
I USE BOSCH PLATINUM
You must remove the entire intake manifold for you to have access on the three spark plugs located underneath it. it is advisable that a qualified Mitsubishi technician should do this.
Poor fuel miliage, rough idle, no start, poor acceleration, stalling.
Yes, it will backfire quite a bit, possibly stalling. This will foul your plugs.
You don't. The gap is not adjustable.
pcm or crank sencer
On the engine head !
you have to remve the intake manifold
you need to take the intake off to get to the back three plugs...
We have a 1995 Mitsubishi Montero (the people that brought your the fighter ZERO) and when it came time for a tune-up we couldn't get the plugs out. The car dealer here charged us over 500 dollars for a tune up and they had to remove the top part of the engine to reach the plugs, hence the large dollar value. We will NEVER own another Mitsubishi again! Good luck:)
The plugs i believe are near the exhaust manifold.... If you are unfamilliar with changing plugs you should not do it yourself Because the plugs are near such high heat they are prone to fouling Try to use NGK plugs and spring for the irridium As you may already know never change plugs on a engine that is warm or hot. First thing in the morning stone cold is the best time to do it. You can google ask a Mitsubishi Tech on the web for further assistance
yes! Too much oil can cause the spark plugs to foul(ie;oil fouled)a black oily electroid prouducing a weak spark. Which in turn could cause stalling.
My 2002 Galant has not had spark plugs replaced for over 100k due to where they are. Three are underneath the intake manifold. Yes...intake has to be removed. Not difficult now that I know. Lots of bolts and hoses need to be removed to lift the manifold.