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Mikuni
1991 Mitsubishi 3000GT Throttle Position Sensor Mikuni

P311-2C0A671    W0133-1678424  New

Qty:
$143.54
Mikuni Throttle Position Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 04/1990-
Brand: Mikuni
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1991 - Mitsubishi 3000GT Fr:04-00-90
Mikuni
1993 Mitsubishi Diamante Throttle Position Sensor Mikuni

P311-2C0A671    W0133-1678424  New

Qty:
$143.54
Mikuni Throttle Position Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -05/1992
Brand: Mikuni
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Body Cylinder Head Type Prod. Date Range
1993 - Mitsubishi Diamante Sedan SOHC To:05-00-92
Mikuni
1992 Mitsubishi Diamante Throttle Position Sensor Mikuni

P311-2C0A671    W0133-1678424  New

Qty:
$143.54
Mikuni Throttle Position Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 02/1991-05/1992
Brand: Mikuni
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Cylinder Head Type Prod. Date Range
1992 - Mitsubishi Diamante SOHC Fr:02-00-91 To:05-00-92
Original Equipment
1995 Mitsubishi Diamante Throttle Position Sensor Original Equipment

P311-27C8F46    W0133-1674449  New

Qty:
$315.16
Original Equipment Throttle Position Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Original Equipment
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Cylinder Head Type
1995 - Mitsubishi Diamante SOHC
Original Equipment
1990 Mitsubishi Galant Throttle Position Sensor Original Equipment

P311-27C8F46    W0133-1674449  New

Qty:
$315.16
Original Equipment Throttle Position Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 06/1989-
Brand: Original Equipment
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Cylinder Head Type Prod. Date Range
1990 - Mitsubishi Galant SOHC Fr:06-00-89
Original Equipment
1993 Mitsubishi Galant Throttle Position Sensor Original Equipment

P311-27C8F46    W0133-1674449  New

Qty:
$315.16
Original Equipment Throttle Position Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -02/1993
Brand: Original Equipment
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1993 - Mitsubishi Galant To:02-00-93
Original Equipment
1993 Mitsubishi Mirage Throttle Position Sensor 4 Cyl 1.5L Original Equipment

P311-27C8F46    W0133-1674449  New

Qty:
$315.16
Original Equipment Throttle Position Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 06/1992-07/1993
Brand: Original Equipment
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC Prod. Date Range
1993 - Mitsubishi Mirage L 4 Cyl 1.5L 90 1468 Fr:06-00-92 To:07-00-93
Original Equipment
1993 Mitsubishi Diamante Throttle Position Sensor Original Equipment

P311-27C8F46    W0133-1674449  New

Qty:
$315.16
Original Equipment Throttle Position Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 06/1992-
Brand: Original Equipment
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Body Cylinder Head Type Prod. Date Range
1993 - Mitsubishi Diamante Sedan SOHC Fr:06-00-92
Original Equipment
1994 Mitsubishi Mirage Throttle Position Sensor 4 Cyl 1.8L Original Equipment

P311-27C8F46    W0133-1674449  New

Qty:
$315.16
Original Equipment Throttle Position Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -08/1993
Brand: Original Equipment
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC Prod. Date Range
1994 - Mitsubishi Mirage L 4 Cyl 1.8L 112 1834 To:08-00-93
Original Equipment
1994 Mitsubishi Mighty Max Throttle Position Sensor 4 Cyl 2.4L Original Equipment

P311-27C8F46    W0133-1674449  New

Qty:
$315.16
Original Equipment Throttle Position Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -07/1993
Brand: Original Equipment
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Block Engine CID CC Prod. Date Range
1994 - Mitsubishi Mighty Max RWD L 4 Cyl 2.4L - 2351 To:07-00-93
Original Equipment
1994 Mitsubishi Galant Throttle Position Sensor Original Equipment

P311-27C8F46    W0133-1674449  New

Qty:
$315.16
Original Equipment Throttle Position Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 02/1993-05/1994
Brand: Original Equipment
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Cylinder Head Type Prod. Date Range
1994 - Mitsubishi Galant SOHC Fr:02-00-93 To:05-00-94
Genuine
1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse Throttle Position Sensor Genuine

P311-3CB2424    W0133-1678584  New

Qty:
$258.67
Genuine Throttle Position Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Genuine
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Aspiration
1999 - Mitsubishi Eclipse Turbocharged
Genuine
1994 Mitsubishi Galant Throttle Position Sensor Genuine

P311-3CB2424    W0133-1678584  New

Qty:
$258.67
Genuine Throttle Position Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 06/1994-
Brand: Genuine
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Cylinder Head Type Prod. Date Range
1994 - Mitsubishi Galant SOHC Fr:06-00-94
Genuine
1998 Mitsubishi Galant Throttle Position Sensor Genuine

P311-3CB2424    W0133-1678584  New

Qty:
$258.67
Genuine Throttle Position Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -02/1998
Brand: Genuine
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1998 - Mitsubishi Galant To:02-00-98
Genuine
1994 Mitsubishi Galant Throttle Position Sensor Genuine

P311-3CB2424    W0133-1678584  New

Qty:
$258.67
Genuine Throttle Position Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 08/1993-
Brand: Genuine
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Cylinder Head Type Prod. Date Range
1994 - Mitsubishi Galant DOHC Fr:08-00-93
Genuine
1996 Mitsubishi Mirage Throttle Position Sensor Genuine

P311-3CB2424    W0133-1678584  New

Qty:
$258.67
Genuine Throttle Position Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -04/1996
Brand: Genuine
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1996 - Mitsubishi Mirage To:04-00-96
Genuine
1996 Mitsubishi Mighty Max Throttle Position Sensor Genuine

P311-3CB2424    W0133-1678584  New

Qty:
$258.67
Genuine Throttle Position Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -05/1996
Brand: Genuine
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1996 - Mitsubishi Mighty Max To:05-00-96
Genuine
1994 Mitsubishi 3000GT Throttle Position Sensor Genuine

P311-3CB2424    W0133-1678584  New

Qty:
$258.67
Genuine Throttle Position Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 06/1993-
Brand: Genuine
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Aspiration Prod. Date Range
1994 - Mitsubishi 3000GT Naturally Aspirated Fr:06-00-93
Standard Ignition
2007 Mitsubishi Raider Throttle Position Sensor 8 Cyl 4.7L Standard Ignition

P311-5AFD0C0    TH190  New

89054591 , 213-2719 , 38134 , 14098 , 200-91103 , TPS333VC , 71-7597 , TPS341 , 213-2695 , 2-99058 , 89054615 , TPS333 , 4882 219AB , 977-520 , EC3208 , 4882219 , 141-620 , SS10406 , TPS350 , 5S5101 , 601-0520 , 56027940

Qty:
$44.61
Standard Ignition Throttle Position Sensor
  • Throttle Position Sensor
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
    • Notes: Includes O-ring
    • Terminal Type: Blade
  • Our Throttle Position sensors are made by implementing a proprietary sliding contact technology, based on multiple precious metal contacts riding on polymer thick film resisters to offer a longer working life than competitor sensors on the market today. Each of our sensors is provided with integral rotor bearings and return springs which allow for easy installation when compared to the spring-less designs currently available in the aftermarket, which rely on worn throttle body bearings and return springs to set the correct output voltage. Our sensors maintain specific installed outputs to match the OE rather than using adjustable, consolidated designs. Engine management systems require reliable connections in order for sensors to reach the optimum performance level. We manufacture our sensors to ensure that both external and internal connections remain reliable in order to maintain these requirements through the product life. Each sensor that we offer endures rigorous end of line testing which involves many thousands of data points to validate output voltages and to ensure that each part meets linearity specifications that are expected by the engine management system in your vehicle.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2007 - Mitsubishi Raider V 8 Cyl 4.7L 287 -
Standard Ignition
2006 Mitsubishi Raider Throttle Position Sensor 6 Cyl 3.7L Standard Ignition

P311-4C7486B    TH266  New

EC3297 , 5019411AA , 89054619 , 4874371AD , 213-2723 , 2-99072 , 977-506 , 71-7711 , 5086203AA , 5S5209 , 5019411AB , 141-106 , 601-52261

Qty:
$38.91
Standard Ignition Throttle Position Sensor
  • Throttle Position Sensor
  • Alternate Number
  • Product Attributes:
    • Connector Gender: Female
  • Our Throttle Position Sensors maintain specific installed outputs to match OE rather than adjustable consolidated designs. Circuits are printed on flexible polyimide film or ceramic-based substrates for excellent dimensional stability preventing electrical performance drift. Noble palladium/gold/platinum alloys provide low contact resistance for extended service life. Each TPS uses integral rotor bearings and return springs for easy installation. Each sensor undergoes rigorous end-of-line testing with thousands of data points to validate output voltages for optimum performance and trouble-free operation. Featuring the broadest sensor coverage in the market, we meet the service professionals needs with the highest quality product every time he opens the box. As a global manufacturer of emission components, complete quality control is maintained through the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product.
Brand: Standard Ignition
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2006 - Mitsubishi Raider V 6 Cyl 3.7L 226 -

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mitsubishi truck wont start

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Question From Guest on mitsubishi truck wont start

I have a 1991 mitsubishi mighty max pick up. My son ran it hot and ruined the engine I purchased a used engine put it in and now it will not start. It runs when starting fluid is sprayed in it. Fuel is getting to the fuel rail but not to the injectors . I put the fuel pressure regulator , the throttle position sensor and idle control valve from the old engine on the new one but it still will not start. no codes stored in the ecm any ideas on what might be the problem?

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Are you getting a pulse of electricity at the injectors? T

2004 Mitsubishi Lancer no power to fuel pump

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Question From Gerty on 2004 Mitsubishi Lancer no power to fuel pump

2004 Mitsubishi Lancer OZ 2.0l 5 speed. 112,000 miles.The car died, no fuel. I have checked the 15 amp fuse under the hood -it's good. The 7.5 amp fuse under the dash is also good. I tested both the #1 and #2 fuel pump relays under dash-they are good. The pump runs fine with 12v applied to it. The issue is this: When testing the relay sockets under the dash for voltage, I have 12v into #1 relay with key on- it completes the circuit and sends 12v to #2 relay. However I can not get the second relay to close as I do not have ground at the other side of the coil on the #2 relay. According to the diagram, ground comes from a transistor (violet wire) in the ECM for the second relay. My question is do I have a bad transistor in the ECM or does some other sensor or system need to send a signal to the ECM to allow the ground to be sent back to the #2 fuel pump relay? What else should I check?
I can email the wiring diagram as so it can be viewed when reading this. Thanks in advance.

Response From Sidom

Wow don't see too many posts like this where someone has basically already done all the work.....

You're gonna give us the diagrams?????????? Man just let me enjoy this moment for a bit.......










You're pretty much already there. You either have a bad relay, open wire or bad PCM.

At the PCM connector C120 pin 8 (pin 20 for an a/t) with the KOEO after 2 seconds you should be seeing battery voltage ( I know you know what open circuit voltage is so I don't have to go into that). If you safely ground that wire and this energizes the fuel pump, barring anything weird you would be looking at a bad PCM. I would still pull codes to be sure but right now can't think of any reason why the PCM wouldn't give you power for 2 seconds (via grounding the relay) with KOEO.
This is would be rare for a Mitsubishi. A common failure would be a bad relay.
You already know the correct pins for the control side, hook it up to your battery and ohm out the load side.

As HT posted, KOEO you will only have power for 2 seconds. Did you test it with a helper? Also tested it while cranking?

Ok I gotta ask......What is your background in auto repair/ electrical?

Response From Gerty

Interesting fact regarding the 2 second power up. I will re-test that relay as well as the socket within the 2 second time frame. I did have my neighbor helping me but I don't think I had the probes in place prior to the 2 seconds. I will test the #8 pin on the PCM and let you know the results.
I am simply a back yard mechanic. I started leaning over the fender when I was about 15 or so, I'm 45 now. I have restored a few cars over the years and always complete all of my own repairs. Many engine rebuilds, all sorts of small and large repairs etc. With an issue like this I try to isolate the component and logically determine how it functions. Then I can begin troubleshooting each aspect of its functionality. Alldata is great as the wiring diagrams are indispensable particularly with this issue. Also, my neighbor is an excellent engineer and together we enjoy troubleshooting this kind of thing- until we are (temporarily) stumped! LOL!

I am not sure how to post the diagram on this forum. Am I missing the feature?

Response From Hammer Time

The way most of us post is to use an image hosting side and link the image here.

Response From Gerty



That should be the wiring diagram. Thanks for that tip!

Ok I did skin the violet wire a bit a few inches before the ECM connector under the dash and grounded it. With the key on I have power and the fuel pump running. I assume this is suggesting a bad ECM. The issue is compounded as even with the pump running, albeit with this temporary ground, the car will not start. I am not sure if it is the ECM or as I stated earlier perhaps another sensor that has failed and not allowing the ECM to send that ground. I agree I need to pull codes. I will see if I can get a hold of a scan tool. In the mean time I will study some of the other diagrams for any clues.
Thanks

Response From Sidom

On this one I would probably backup a bit and check all the basics. With everything hooked up the way it should, check for spark, fuel (you already know about that) and injector pulse. See what all is missing. You really want to pull the codes as well.

I would make sure you are working with a battery that has been load tested as good. Get a test light and check all the fuses in all the fuse boxes.
When testing circuits the best way is to backprobe the connector with a pin, paperclip what ever you have handy. If the wife has one of those T pins, those work real well. Most connectors have rubber weatherpacking to protect the clips, a little electrical cleaner or throttle body spray on them and the pin slides in real easy. If it can't be backprobed the next best thing would be a wire piercer but those do leave a hole. What ever is done to the wire needs to be sealed real tight or there will be problems down the road. Ideally you want to leave no mark but if you have to, then leave as small of mark as possible.

Maybe a little history on the no start would be helpful.

It's just nice to get a post with a specific question rather than "My car doesn't start..............why?"...........lol and then for the OP to offer diagrams......lmao...... Usually it's the other way around....like 99% of the time.....

It's possible to have a bad PCM, you just don't see it that much on Mits, now if this was a Chrysler..........

The other stuff really needs to be checked 1st and if it started looking like a PCM then all the PCM powers and ground would obviously need to be load checked at the PCM connectors....

Response From Gerty

I was thinking the same thing about starting from the top. I intend on going over all the basics just to be sure it is not something obvious. I will check the battery however that is only a few months old.
The starting failure was as follows:
I had filled the tank with fuel and drove about 5 miles to enjoy a libation with a friend at a restaurant. I was inside for 20 mins at best. When I started the car it fired only to stall immediately. That was all she wrote. It was an easy diagnoses at the restaurant as I knew I could not hear the fuel pump. I assumed fuse or relay. I checked them and even swapped the relays -I used the A/C clutch relay for this with obviously the same results. I towed it home and began the aforementioned process.

Response From Gerty Top Rated Answer

Well I did pull the codes this morning. I have two: P0335-Crankshaft sensor circuit malfunction and P0122- Throttle Position sensor circuit low input. This helps. I am thinking the crank sensor is telling the ECM no go with fuel delivery. I will know more when I test each sensor. I just don't have time right now as I have to travel today for the holiday. I may have caused the throttle sensor code as I was checking the connector the other day. I was hearing some noise coming from it when I was checking the MIL relay under the hood.

Response From Sidom

I hear ya on the holidays. I'm in & out as well, just getting ready to start my Xmas shopping.....wow getting it done early this year....

One thing I'll toss out real quick, before you get too deep into testing the sensors, verify your ref voltage. If something is pulling down the ref V or it's plain gone, the PCM will toss a couple different codes for different areas........

Response From Gerty

Well I began the next stage of troubleshooting with the two codes I pulled. As I stated in my prior post I felt I may have caused the TPS code. I conducted all of the steps in troubleshooting the crank sensor. Voltage at various locations including the ECM, continuity etc. All Data has a great flow chart for this type of thing. I was not finding any real issue. I was at the point of simply inspecting various connectors, wiring harness etc. related to the crankshaft circuit. It brought me back to the MIL relay harness connector. I checked all of those areas with no obvious failures. The next steps are to get under the car and pull the lower timing belt cover and get a closer visual on the sensing blade et al. For laughs I tried to start the car as I was done for the day because I was going to get under the car later. Well to my utter surprise it started up immediately! I am unsure of what the issue actually was. If I had to guess I would lean to a connection issue at either the crank sensor or the harness connector at the MIL relay. I will perform a test today with the scan tool while the car is running to see where I am at with some systems.
I am sure a faulty crankshaft sensor signal would have caused the no start condition. I would like to pin point the actual issue if I can. I intend on trying to replicate the failure by closely working on the harness connector at the MIL relay as well as the crankshaft sensor connector. I am pleased the car is running but I never like the mystery fix!
Thanks for all the help.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Just a note on the comment "Mystery Fix."

When chasing stuff down do ONE thing at a time and test. Then move on to next be it a connection or item if you do more than one at once you''ll likely not know which was the trouble and may still be lurking. It's better to know the problem area or circuit than not if it re- occurs. Dang intermittent stuff causes hair loss

T

Response From Tom Greenleaf


See it that shows directly...........
IT DID! IDK why it works 'cause I can't post stuff from my own puter??

T

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Re: Images? Always gives me a hard time but many things you can see you can just .... drag (turns blue, arrow over blue, right click on that anywhere then in your post and get the blinking bar where where you want the image, diagram or whatever and right click and the 'paste' option should show. If not it's got an attitude - you may see it and when posted you get the famous red X. If I see it as a link I can usually get your post to show directly via editing your post.

Speak for myself but if I do that I near always don't touch any script and say I messed with it to make it show instantly. Wadda I know about these damn machines? If it works - do it

T

Response From Hammer Time

That's how the PCM controls the relay. It's not turning it on for one reason or another and that's what you have to determine. You have to under stand how this works too. Most of then only power a 2 second prime and then shut off until the PCM sees a tach signal.

Transmission Problem? 1999 Mitsubishi Pajero (Shogun)

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Question From happy1029 on Transmission Problem? 1999 Mitsubishi Pajero (Shogun)

Hi everyone,

1999
Mitsubishi
Pajero (Shogun)
3.5L Petrol AUTO TRANS
215000kms

Here goes, there's something odd happening when I try to accelerate sometimes. Basically what happens is my foot goes down and instead of changing to a lower gear the car struggles along with the gear its in, this happens with a bit of bunny hopping. Again, this only happens sometimes, usually if I accelerate VERY gently there's no problems. I noticed when it happened today the oil pressure built up from the normal 45lbs/in to about 60lbs/in, not sure if that's related. Sometimes it happens under light acceleration too, kind of like a car would if it was a little low on trans fluid, but in this case my fluid is good (although the reading was very high so there may even be too much). If I keep my foot down it keeps doing it, feels like the trans is slipping, but if I take my foot off and put it back down it usually fixes it. I've also noticed that when the car is idling at the lights, very occasionally it will (just for a moment) clunk violently a couple of times, feels a lot like what happens if you take the clutch off without accelerating in a manual. The only things that come to mind are either a dirty throttle body or its the throttle position sensor, I'm in no way a mechanic though so I could be way off. Any advice would be greatly appreciated and I'd like to thank anyone who responds in advance. It seems like its been getting worse lately and the car has started developing an odd smell after driving, smalls nothing like oil or coolant, definitely something burnt though.

Thanks very much :)

Response From gsferraro

Not really sure what type of trans you have, but is a check engine light on,if there are codes present it may give some type of direction. Gary

Response From happy1029

Hi Gary,

No check engine light yet, I haven't got a working scanner at the moment either :( I can however tell you that I'm 80% sure the transmission model is 30-43LE.

Response From gsferraro

Is it rear wheel drive?

Response From happy1029

Super select so I can go rear wheel, four, low or high range. I drive around in rear wheel mode though, I could drive around in four wheel mode tomorrow and see if it still does it :)

Thanks again

Response From gsferraro

Does this problem happen with the same gears, im thinking maybe normal driving this could be making like a 1-3 shift, but light throttle its ok. Just wondering where is the car located? Gary (im in new york)

Response From happy1029 Top Rated Answer

I'll have to pay closer attention to which gear its in, I believe the car was in third when it happened today and it should definitely have shifted down into at least second when I put my foot down but it just never happened, was going about 65kmph when it happened so I don't think it would have made it down to first. The car is South Australia so I think taking a look might be out of the question :)

Response From gsferraro

Hello,
Do you mean what is happening, it will shift up to say 3rd gear, when you come to a stop and go to take off again its still in 3rd? Gary