I have 95 mitsu diamante 3.0 SOHC V6. It is hard to start when is cold. Sometimes after I shut it off and try to start it 30 minutes later. Once the car is running it works perfectly.
probably a bad thermostat. let car run for 10 minutes to see if the thermo opens and you should be able to sqeeze top hose easily.
DISCONNECT THE BATTERY FOR A FEW MINUTES.
unhook the battery for a few minutes.
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disconnect negative of battery for 3 + minutes.
just disconnect the battery for a couple of minutes
A clogged fuel filter can cause a Mitsubishi Galant to idle rough for the first 10 minutes it is running and then it runs fine after that. A fouled spark plug can also cause this issue.
In an average passenger plane, about 20 to 30 minutes.
Haha, I was just struggling with this in my Mitsubishi Galant... If it's like mine you just have to *hold* the minutes or hours button and it will start progressing.Hope this'll help!
I have a 98 diamanti and the chilton book says while entering the radio codes, you only have three chances to get it right. After that, it has to be taken to a dealer. If you have about an hour of free time all you have to do is turn your key to the acc position on ignition and leave the car for about 45 minutes this should reset radio again. do this while the car is not running.
To deactivate the alarm system on a Mitsubishi Galant 1999, place the key into the ignition and turn it slightly. Leave the key in this position for 10 minutes and then start the car.
if its the clicking I'm thinking of its the actuator for the vent door. try shutting off everything off in the heater/a/c system for a couple of minutes and then turn it back on. that usually stops it for me.
Pull the negative battery cable for 2 minutes. Then put it back on.
Less than 20 minutes in a passenger aircraft, days if you are walking.
Could have a bad motor mount
8 minutes Just kidding, it should be around 7.2 seconds I think.
You are supposed to turn the ignition key in position ON and have it there for at least 50 minutes.
put them on another flight
You will need to take the door panel off to find the problem. Thsi is not very difficult and should take a few minutes. Once off, you will be able to see what the problem is.
disconect the batery cable for 10 minutes, if that don't work take it to the dealer
Try unhooking both battery terminals +- for a few minutes, that should reset the system.
I will take a stab at the answer....... Do you live in a hot climate? If so, when the engine is hot and possibly a new exhaust was installed, the clicking would be the exhaust cooling off. Sound good ?