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The battery will crank, there is no click sound, can't get it to flood. Sounds like it is fuel related. So I believe all you have is fuel filter, fuel pump, or a fuse? So what do you think and where would I find these things?
changing the valve cover gasket now, and sealing the timing belt cover back with some rtv. Ticking was loud all the time but would change up as if it was a bearing issue in the transmission. still trying to pin point
I have a unlock button on my 92 mighty max on my dash under the gauge cluster to the right of my steering wheel I was wondering what it was for
What i can do to solve this trouble?
What seems to make the problem better or worse? When the motor is hot the problem appears
How long have you had this problem? 3 weeks
Yesterday was running fine stopped at the store, then it wouldn't start. Towed it home, got home from work and tried it it started. I started it a few times seemed fine and then it starts low rough idle and it dies out
How long have you had this problem? Just started
Can an average guy replace them his self?
Have a 1994 2.4 L Mitsubishi Mighty Max. All of a sudden the oil gauge was not reading any pressure. Replaced oil pressure sending unit. Now when the ignition switch is turned on (engine not running) the gauge immediately pegs out on high and slowing returns to no pressure. Code reader shows no electrical problems. Do bad analog gauges act this way?
when accelerating sputters and hesitates when shifting, Dies at stop lights
The idle is as soon as started & never levels out. Acts as if it's staving fir gas. Have to slowly give gas if any at all to Rev engine up.
It is a stick
it always starts with compression. If I wait a couple of minutes or sometimes just try again it starts up. It's like it is dead. Any guesses?
I've been missing my heater lately. I'm not very mechanically inclined, but I do like to avoid spending money, so I tried exploring the heater in my truck to see if I could get it working (I suppose it stopped working unknown to me over summer). First, I made sure I topped off my coolant levels (it was actually low). Then I took out the cd player and plastic around that area to see it there were any obvious unconnected wires (nothing my amateur eyes saw). Then I put a new fuse in, even though the other fuse didn't seem blown, it looked old. To my surprise the heater came on and I was proud to have a saved money and the embarrassment of just having to replace a fuse. It worked all that night. The next day it didn't work, so I swapped the fuse out again (still not blown) and it worked. The next day, same thing, but this time it didn't come on with a fresh fuse. Any thoughts on what the problem might be? Thanks.
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