2004 Mitsubishi Galant Problem Reports

Most Reported 2004 Mitsubishi Galant Problem Reports

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A rattle type noise may develop from one of the exhaust heat shields. Replacement of the affected heat shield may be required to correct this issue.

The automatic transmission may develop a 2-3 shift flair. This is commonly caused by an internal fault related to the reverse clutch assembly. Replacement of the rear housing and reverse clutch assembly may be required to correct this concern.

It is not uncommon for the clear coat paint on black vehicles to develop white spots and begin peeling. In most cases Mitsubishi will not cover out of warranty repairs for this condition.

The Check Engine Light may illuminate due to one or more engine vacuum leaks. Our technicians tell us these leaks can be caused by damage to seals and/or vacuum hoses as a result of to much ethanol content in the gasoline. Affected hoses and seals must be replaced to correct this concern.

The drivers power seat may not adjust properly or develop a noise issue when adjusting. This is commonly caused by a damaged drive cable which will require replacement.

The brake pedal may pulsate when the brakes are applied. This is most commonly caused by the front brake rotors warping. Resurfacing the affected rotors may correct the problem for the short term but replacement would generally considered a longer term solution.

A noise may develop from the steering column, this is commonly caused by the turn signal cancel cam which may require replacement.

my car was running fine...suddenly yesterday when I tried to reverese from the parking lot..the check engine light came on ....the car does not drive smooth as it would..the car does not run until and unless i press the gas hard....it jerks like anything when i put in reverse..i went to autozone they gave me the code..P1751...i don't know what that it ..somebody told me that its the transmission oil ..i checked it it is fine ...i just changed ...

The engine may develop an engine pinging issue. Reprogramming of the powertrain control module (PCM) may be required to correct this concern.