i try to start 2010 galant it makes sound like its out of gas whats wrong is a wire not plugged in i dont see help

Asked by Dec 31, 2011 at 04:00 AM about the Mitsubishi Galant

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My ex did somethin but what could it be

3 Answers

35

It's not starting and you say your ex did something.....check the engine compartment to see if she didn't cut our disconnect anything. Worse case scenario she poured something in your gas tank. If its that and you keep trying to start it you're damaging the engine. Check to see if she or someone didn't cyphen your gas.

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Good assumption, Matthew! i would call the Mitsubishi tow truck they will pick up your car and bring it to a dealership.

take your X to court,let the judge make her tell you and him what she did,then she will have to pay to have it fixed,plus pay a fine.

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