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How do you keep your Mitsubishi from stalling when backing up from a cold start even after plugs and wires have been replaced?

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2011-09-13 04:54:15
2011-09-13 04:54:15

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

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