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There were a lot of codes that came up on my 2007 Mitsubishi

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there were a lot of codes that came up on my 2007 Mitsubishi Galant that will not crank. The codes are: U1073, U1117, B1476, B1477, U1111, U1128, U1702, U1703 and B1731
Submitted: 2 months ago.
Category: Mitsubishi
Expert:  david craig replied 2 months ago.

Hi Im David, thanks for visiting the site. 2.4 or 3.8?

Customer: replied 2 months ago.
2.4
Expert:  david craig replied 2 months ago.

thank you

Expert:  david craig replied 2 months ago.

Was this thing in a flood or something?

Customer: replied 2 months ago.
No drove it to work one day no problem. When I was leaving work it would not start. It gave a code of P0340
Expert:  david craig replied 2 months ago.

you have big time can bus communication problems between the computer and all of the control modules. the pcm comunicates with all of the control modules, i.e. imobilizer, abs, ac ecu, instrument cluster ecu, combination meter ecu, etc......none of that is happening.

Customer: replied 2 months ago.
what's the fix
Expert:  david craig replied 2 months ago.

Atrip to the mitsubishi dealer so they can put their DRB3 scan tool and it and see why its not communicating. you might want to check your fuses also.

Expert:  david craig replied 2 months ago.

Here is a small smple of diagnosing a few of the codes.

Expert:  david craig replied 2 months ago.

theres no way this is going to get fixed over the internet unless you have some fuses that are blown

Expert:  david craig replied 2 months ago.

hows it going?