Mitsubishi mightymax electrical

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1986 Mitsubishi MIGHTY MAX 86 - Ignition Switch
Complaint: while trying to start my truck smoke started coming out of the steering column and the solder connection on the ignition switch melted the solder connection of the wire and the ignition switch. *ak .

1990 Mitsubishi MIGHTY MAX 90 - Ignition Switch
Complaint: while driving occupants are capable of pulling out key from ignition. *ak .

1991 Mitsubishi MIGHTY MAX 91 - Ignition Module
Complaint: consumer states that while driving about 40 mph the computer shut down, causing loss of control .the vehicle shifted into neutral. owner contacted the dealer and the maniufacturer. *ak .

1991 Mitsubishi MIGHTY MAX 91 - Ignition Module
Complaint: engine check light illuminates, indicating malfunction within the system . dealer stated that this defect along with other problems are caused by a defect within the computer system. please give any

1991 Mitsubishi MIGHTY MAX 91 - Ignition Module
Complaint: when driving below or above 55 mph the vehicle will intermittently hesitate. this problem is due to a malfunction within the computer system. please give any further details. *ak .

1991 Mitsubishi MIGHTY MAX 91 - Ignition Module
Complaint: vehicle stalled, check engine light came on. dealer found computer module needed to be replaced. *ak idle speed control failed, electrical engine control module unable to control, it burned itself u

1992 Mitsubishi MIGHTY MAX 92 - Electrical System
Complaint: the engine would shut down with no prior warning, the coil assembly was replaced (35000) and last month it failed again, after the vehicle had been at the dealer for 3 days they determined that the el

1992 Mitsubishi MIGHTY MAX 92 - Electrical System
Complaint: the engine would shut down with no prior warning, the coil assembly was replaced (35000) and last month it failed again, after the vehicle had been at the dealer for 3 days they determined that the el



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Last Update: August 28, 2004