Troubleshooting, Mitsubishi Endeavor 2005, Heated oxygen sensors

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Asked by Carlos10291958_ Mar 21, 2014 at 05:07 PM about the 2005 Mitsubishi Endeavor LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The Mitsubishi start shaking after 20miles, need to change into gear so i can get more
speed. Diagnose with Heated oxygen sensor's all 6 and poor electrical connection,
Large vacuum leak on engine, Throttle body condition Dirty, Faulty IAC valve/ Throtttle
body. Need to know who can tell me which sensor is bad? What's a Large vacuum leak
on engine?Throttle body condition Dirty? Faulty IAC valve/Throttle body and what you
clean or replace. Thaks.crb

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Daniel Foster
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whats the code ? should tell you which one it is,,, also as far as the vacuum leak goes just gonna have to inspect all the vacuum hoses for cracks spilts and that they are all connected and tight like the should be,, can use some starting fluid but don't spray too much but your idle should change when you spray it on a line that is leaking,, can also do that to find the intake leak as well,, the IACV you just put a new one in,, should be on the front of the throttle body,, the dirty throttle body can be cleaned up by taking some brake clean and a rag and cleaning up the intake by hand

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