Mitsubishi Repair Problems? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Hi,A fuse shouldn't really do this, not without other complications anyway. Did anything else get done besides the front calipers, even if it seems unrelated?
Typically a high idle like that is going to be a vacuum hose knocked off primarily, then less likely things afterward (failed IAC valve, jumped time, etc).
The bleeding won't be an issue, however the EGR valve definitely will. When you took it off for cleaning, did you replace the gasket? If so, did you grind the old gasket material off first too (they use a sticky fiber gasket that leaves remnants all over the surfaces)?
Yeah the old gaskets usually tear apart (as they stick to both sides). You can sometimes reuse them, but less often than not.Do this.... start the engine and let it idle (well, "run" anyway). Then take some brake cleaner or carb cleaner and spray it around the EGR valve mounting area... does the engine speed change?
No problem at all. Be sure to get both sides real clean, and do not use any sealant on the gasket. The gasket should be either flat metal or fiber metal... do not use a paper gasket, it won't work.That will likely fix you all up, just make sure your hoses are all intact too back there of course.If I can do anything for you in the future, just let me know, and happy thanksgiving to you and yours as well!