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2001 Mitsubishi Lancer Cedia - Solving Car Problems / rev cut


Date:August 5, 2010, 4:30 pm
Name:aaron wyatt
Location:New Zealand, auckland, auckland
Vehicle:Mitsubishi Lancer Cedia
Year:2001
General comments:is their any other common problems with these that i may have overlooked? thank you.
Problems:engine will not rev over 3000rpm and it boggs down if i try rev it over that.i scaned it and it said the fuel presure sensor was faulty,so i replaced that.and also replaced the little gauze filter in the fuel line,and replaced the fuel presure regulator that goes in the tank along with the filter on the pump.i have also checked that the pump is working proply,after all this the problem is still there it wont rev over 3000rpm if throttle is pushed hard,and if the throttle is pressed slowly it will rev up to 4000rpm then rev cut.

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July 21, 2011, 8:26 pm  from: alex
hi my 02 wagon does the same thing as you have posted did you get this fixed if so could you let me know what fixed it.
thanks alex
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February 4, 2012, 12:59 pm  from: Mark
May have a blocked catalest converter exhaust ,or worst off the intake camshaft maybe broken ,fuel pump runs off this. A common prob..mines stufed to
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February 20, 2013, 4:32 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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