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Mitsubishi Shogun: I have a Mitsubishi Shogun 2006 Diesel 4M41

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I have a Mitsubishi Shogun 2006 Diesel 4M41 DiD Engine, the car starts and then after 10 seconds the engine dies, this is all while its in Parking. I have done a diagnostic test and the results came back as the following on the initial scan:
P0201- Injector 1 Circuit Malfunction Cause: Wiring/Injector/ECM
P0113- Intake air temp (IAT) sensor Cause: Wiring open circuit/short to positive, IAT sensor, ECM
P0193- Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor High Input Cause: Wiring Short to Positive/ FRP Sensor
P0628- Fuel Pump Control Circuit Low Cause: Wiring short to earth, relay, fuel pump
P0102- MAF/VAF sensor low input Cause: Wiring short to Earth MAF/VAF ECM
P2014- Intake Manifold air control actuator position sensor/switch bank 1 circuit malfunction Cause: Wiring, intake manifold air control actuator position sensor/switch
P0073- Outside air temperature sensor - high input Cause: Wiring short to Positive, sensor, ECM
P0183- Fuel Temperature Sensor A - High Input Cause: Wiring short to positive, Sensor,ECM
P2009- Intake manifold air control solenoid bank 1 circuit low Cause: Wiring short to earth, solenoid
After Erasing these codes and doing a rescan I got just 3 codes, which are the following:
I replaced the Intake Manifold sensors and connectors and luckily the error P2009 was removed and it didnt come back. I am now left with those 2 codes P0183 and P0073 which are fuel temp sensors and ambient air sensors, should the engine still be stalling even with those two sensors defective or is there another reason for which I am not seeing any codes or I should check.
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: UK Car
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Expert:  Peter Zavarelli replied 2 years ago.
My name is ***** ***** I am a professional here at Just Answer. I noticed that your question was not getting a response and thought I would see if you still need help with this.I apologize for the delay and I hope I can still assist you with this here.
My info is limited on your model here but I see no one else has responded and thought I would see if I can help here.
The fuel temp sensor code may cause this here.If this sensor was not checked or replaced this may be the cause needing replaced.If it was replaced and this code is still coming up this may be a wiring fault to the sensor and the wiring needs checked and repaired as needed.
Thanks Pete