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Why is the car cutting out 2001


Date:February 17, 2012, 10:25 am
Name:Cynthia Stevens
Location:New Zealand, Hawkes Bay, Wairoa
Vehicle:Mitsubishi Lancer Cedia
Year:2001
General comments:Please say you can help I've only had her for 1 year!!!
Problems:When I'm driving and start to slow down the car will just cut owt with no warning and when i pull over to the side and put it in park it start's to make a buzzing sound, so I turn the key off for about a minute and then wait for the engine light to go off, I have noticed that it is happening more often I've taken it to the garage's and the cant pick up wot is wrong.
Previous car:Nissan Maxima
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February 20, 2013, 4:27 pm  from: Max
I have a Cedia 2000, it was shuddering up inclines and when on the motorway. After taking it to a AA repair shop they replaced the cam belt and associated parts like water pump etc and it became worse! Subsequently they couldn't find what was wrong. Mitsubishi couldn't either! So......I thought it feels like a blockage in the system and took it to Pit Stop who diagnosed that it was the catylitic converter. When that clogs or ceases to work it plays merry hell with the engine and it's computer.
N.B. I am not a expert at all, I am just suggesting an option for your mechanic to investigate. Cheers M
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