ok I have a 2002Lancer and was driving down the road and it died. will someone please HELP. I've. checked all fuses and fuel pump. and obni reads good

Asked by Apr 17, 2016 at 09:10 PM about the Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback

Question type: Car Customization

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251,125

So what your current symptoms? When you put the key in the ignition, what happens?

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5,605

sometimes the main coil wire is rubbing against the hood or bracketry...and the spark gets grounded out...that is one explanation~...

It will turn over but only stay running for a second. Every 3 or 4 hours

5,605

I'd get a new battery...2002 is ancient~ clean new cables and perhaps this problem goes away...insufficient power can make things act not quite right...perhaps the full voltage and amperage will make it keep runnin' then~

251,125

Maybe ignition switch, have it checked out.

5,605

get a feeling that your thermo-time switch is faulty...test your apparently defective one~

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