Mitsubishi Repair Problems? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Hi Sam,Any progress in the tests I asked about two weeks ago?
I do not handle the charges but you can send an email to***@******.*** and they can clarify your charges (or correct them if necessary).Without the testing we can only speculate at the cause. The most common cause for losing spark is a bad crank sensor, which will usually be accompanied by no fuel pulse or pump operation either. You had previously indicated 7V at the ignition coils however which would change things drastically; if the battery voltage is 12V and you have only 7V supply at the coils, then you would have damaged wiring between the relay box and the coils somewhere. I would suspect that that was probably a bad reading though, and you would be expecting a sensor issue more likely.