2005 Mitsubishi galant; why don't it wanna start? My battery is fine, it cut off when was running & can't turn on? Help!

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Asked by Oct 02, 2014 at 07:05 AM about the 2005 Mitsubishi Galant DE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Car was running drove to store I left
car running heard a clicking/ticking
noise coming from under hood. I
drove to friends house pulled in
parking spot waiting for her the car
was still running then all of a sudden
shut off! Tried turning it back on don't
go on it sounds like it wants to turn
on but won't battery's fine, had a guy
look at it he said he couldn't figure it
out everything looked ok he said it
must be something electrical??
Someone please help!

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How is the oil level? Maybe, just MAYBE the oil pressure/level got low and the ECU shut down the engine. It's Chicken Soup! It couldn't hurt.

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Mark oil level is fine a man trying to help said everything looked fine under the hood he told me it may be something electrical? Any ideas?

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http://www.motortrend.com/cars/2005/mitsubishi/galant/recalls/ There was a re-call on the ignition switch for the 2005 Mitsu Galant. (Re-call issued in 2008) Although it's not a starting problem, it may be somehow related

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34,645

Give F.N.'s thoughts a try.

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