2006 Mitsubishi Lancer Questions
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I just did a head job and when I put it back together I crossed the crank sensor harness with the coil harness.
the coil got really hot so I disconnected everything. then notice what happened and hooked back the correct way now I'm not getting any fire through that coil. even after replace both of them. I have power all the way to the harness. I even replaced the crank sensor too.
the lever still feels the same when i lift it but the gas tank cover won.t open. What can i do to get gas in my car?
I have changed the battery and spark plugs and wires.will idle in neutral but kills in gear and if cold.
Noisy tranny and possibly throwout bearing and loss of power, turbo is boosting but it just fells slow!
Changed out timing belt, cam sensor, coil pack, plug wire.plug.still getting code.dou think it's still out of time.I'm frustrated and I need help.
after a week i run my car found the oil lamp come on
this is the codes that I have does this car have a gas senor or something like that that could be bad
could it be a gas senor
The heat in my 2006 Lancer oz rally stopped working, but air still blows out even when I have the heat on but it blows cold air out. Iv'e taken it to various places to have it inspected but no one can seem to point out a cause. Any idea what might be the problem?
I was hearing a little squeek, like a belt was loose, after turning my car off I couold no longer start it. I hadn't had any trouble starting before this. A friend hooked up a diagnostics tool and no codes showed up. A mechanic looked at the car and said that the timing belt was definately the issue. He said he would have to do some research to find out if this caused valve damage, he was going to check one of his "books"