Mitsubishi Repair Problems? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
What exactly happens when you start the engine, does it stumble and die or just not run at all?
If the former, what happens when you depress the gas pedal while cranking/just starting?
If you supply auxiliary fuel (starting fluid for example), are you able to keep the engine running longer that way or no change?
If you have a carb model (2.6), then yes. Just do not over-do it as it can fire back out at you.
If you have a fuel injected model (2.4, 3.0) then you would want to temporarily pull the intake hose off, spray in, then reinstall and try. If your can has a nozzle straw, you can slide it in beside the hose to make it easier to repeat sprays. Of course it helps to have two people available for this check since we want to try to keep it running longer, proving a fuel related problem is afoot.
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