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Essentially in a matter of 5,000 highway miles, I have developed huge flat, worn spots on my tires and needed them replaced. I do not have any other symptoms of damaged struts [oil leaks, bumpy ride, bouncing, or knocking noises].

Happens randomly.

have oil sensor but can't located on outside of engine block or oil pan

It only has 19000 miles on it. In addition, it needed an O2 sensor and a tuneup including a engine ignition coil.

Also why do the tires on these little cars seem not to last very long. Especially concerned about the turn signals not working.

In the morning the car will not go in drive or reverse, until warned up. Sometimes at red lights, will not go. I have to turn the engine off and restart. I have read that other owners have had similar proplems. Please help, Thanks

I check idle RPM and it seems to be idling fast enough so it doesn't stall. Where is the fuel filter located?

i have filit up n found nothing lose.

I beleive the ignition coils have been recalled, will i have to pay for the repairs? DMV wont proccess my tags until i have proof they have been replaced with the new parts

it a 4 wheel drive V6

it a 4 wheel drive V6

it only knocks when its cold or the oil needs changed.i all ways put lucus in it when i change the iol.should i use a different oil.

was solid before. driving in snow, I parked. When I started up again, I put in reverse but was in 4wd. I stopped and put in 2wd to finish, then into 4wd in forward but light stayed in flashing mode and only goes solid in 2wd. Is it okay to stay flashing? Do I pull fuse and put back in?

I need to find why it said on dash no bus and no fire

None of my outlets/ cigarett lighter are working in my 2007 mitsubishi outlander. I suspected a bad fuse but the only fuse box I can find is the one under the hood and I dont see a fuse for the outlets there. Is there another fuse box in the cabin hidden somewhere?