1994 Mitsubishi 3000gt SL won't start...

Asked by Sep 04, 2015 at 10:48 PM about the 1994 Mitsubishi 3000GT 2 Dr SL Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I recently tried to start my gt and to my
dismay, it wouldn't start. So I went to the
local parts store and got a new battery.
Didn't work. Tried the starter spray. Didn't
work. I'm at wits end. Also, none of the
internal electronics work. Just the dash

4 Answers


so does the motor crank or car is dead

It cranks but won't start. We had it close the other day but in the end it wouldn't crank over


How long since you checked your timing belt? If it's broken or has jumped time do a compression check to find out which valves you have bent.

Your relay is out for your engine the one under the hood, I had the same exact problem couple years ago now I have a different problem... if anyone can help I had my car started running perfectly fine then out of nowhere it died I me I when th to start it again and it never till this day was ttys to start I changed the fuel pump and drill nothing I tried to check for power and there was nine going g to the pump so I tried to hot write it but still when cranking don't want to start?

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