it happened to my Honda Accord yesterday also. Friend of mine used scanner to detect that problem and found out that the part name "Purge system solenoid valve" was broken. I hope this will give you a hint for your car. Thia problem can also be caused by an improperly installed air filter housing. The housing may not be sealed properly on its gaskets or the holding clips may not be set. It is an easy item to check! You may want to check your charcoal canister also...I had the same problem just two month's ago and that was the problem...I have a 99 Eclipse RS Spyder.... it is your roll over valve on the fuel tank i have a 97 rs too it had the same problem I would start with making sure you have a good seal on your gas cap as well (three clicks whenever it is removed and put back on). This is one of the most common causes of this code. Also, check all your vaccum lines for cracks from the gas tank to the evap system. Another cause, as mentioned above, is the purge solenoid sensor.
If it pops when turning it is most likely the CV joints.
Mitsubishi eclipse is famous because of failing transmission. If I were you I would start with checking transmission fluid level. But most likely you will have to change transmission or fix one you have.
No coolant in the system, failed thermostat, failed water pump, leaky headgasket.
Thermostat, or fan motor if it does not blow hard.
No it should not
No, it causes a massive coolantleak.
bad switch off the steering column.
you dont have a distributor cause it is electronically distributed wich means that the computer does it
There are several things that can cause your 1992 Mitsubishi Eclipse to overheat. A malfunctioning water pump or a blown head gasket should be the next things that are checked.
what would cause my navigation system to quit
Check fuel pressure when the car idles.
No, it will not. Try replacing the belt.
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.
Thermostat would be my first guess, If not is a fan blown, do a radiator flush?
TRy changing the fuel filter .
Bad Alternator, Bad Battery, loose cables
I have a 1991 Eclipse GSX and it wasn't getting spark. I tried everything it turned out to be the ECU. It is mounted in the center console of the car. You have to take off the carpet in order to access it.
If you have coolant in the oil, it will cause the rod and main bearings to fail.
The sensor has failed or there is damaged wiring, which is not as rare as you might think.
Check the compression for the cylinders on the Eclipse. If there is?æa leak in one of the cylinders then this could cause the jerking.
Broken or worn motor mounts can cause that.
It could just be a bad spark plug wire or the spark plugs need changing.
Could be a bad CV joint. It would make a popping noise.
It is advised to change any vehicles oil every three thousand miles. If oil is not changed regularly it can cause harm to the vehicle.
Mine isn't but if yours is, you may have bad coolant, a bad thermostat, a bad water pump. There are several things that can cause over heating.