Mitsubishi Repair Problems? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Hi,You are right about the immobilizer... it will only inhibit the injector ground signal, though with excessive attempts to start (think 30-40 times etc) it will shut down the crank position sensor which will result in no RPM and no spark.So with that all said... do you have RPM signal via scan tool while cranking now? Am I correct in understanding that both the cam and crank sensor were both replaced with genuine units purchased personally from a Mitsubishi dealer (not ones bought from OReilly or similar but sworn that they were OE)?
Thanks.If you put the original cam sensor back in what happens?Did anything noteworthy happen regarding the key?
Thanks.When reading the data list on a scan tool, what does it read for ignition advance while cranking? Injector timing?We have verified all three coils are not firing, not just two that are not firing right?I apologize in advance if there are delays coming up, our network is getting rebooted in a few minutes.
No problem Todd.When you get a chance to check that out, if you have the ability I would like to check the low voltage pulse going into the PTU as well... it is the first three wires on the six pin connector (the other three are 12V, 5V, ground, then the three pin connector is ground output of course). I'd like to see what the exact voltages are while cranking on those three input wires from the ecu to the PTU).I will be in off and on throughout the weekend, we can pick up whenever you are ready.