Mitsubishi Repair Problems? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Hi,What sort of vehicle is this?
Thanks. Lets go back to the crank sensor and double check our voltages with the key On and the sensor unplugged. Do you still only have the single 12V wire (no 5V wire)?
If so, when you turn the key on do you see the Service Engine Soon light do a bulb test?
Thanks.The 5V reference voltage is fed straight from the ecu... normally if this is missing it would mean the ecu is not waking up. However you are seeing a bulb test which is unusual (We would expect at this point the ecu was not operating, but the bulb test would indicate otherwise).
Are you able to communicate with the ecu via a scan tool or code reader? I'm not interested in anything as far as data from the ecu, just if you can actively communicate or not.
Thanks.Regardless of the outcome, we will want to go over all fuses again individually to make sure no blown ones escaped discovery. Based on the communication result we will likely be narrowed down to a failure point within the next 1-2 inspections.
Oh that is no problem at all, I hope you are feeling better!
I'll be here if you need me.