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Show us your lancer/evo pics!

Discussion in 'Mitsubishi Lancer Owners Club' started by ][zoohalee][vtec][, Sep 23, 2008.

  1. parakey

    parakey Senior Member
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    I read that cam sensor issues occur after replacing the camshafts. Often it's due to shoddy work. Oil leaks into where the sensor is or dirt/metal shavings interfere with the sensor's readings.
     
  2. 6UE5t

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    Hmm not sure. I saw myself when they're changing cams and seems proper. Btw the issue actually already existing a bit before but previously always can still start at least on the 2nd or 3rd try.
     
  3. parakey

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    Nvm lah. Apply Chinese proverb. Money spent, heart at peace. :biggrin:
     
  4. 6UE5t

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    Anyway I didn't pay anything for that change, small matters already to him coz he changed also with his existing used part stock.
     
  5. 6UE5t

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    Installed the gauges on the steering consol, much better than pillar.
     

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    Btw, thx to you I have truly solved the hot starting issue. It's actually not cam sensor but the injector ballast. Not that it's spoiled but just must bypass because impedance became too high, hence when hot the injectors could not fire up.
     
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    Doesn't blocking the speedo and water temp kinda bother you?
     
  8. 6UE5t

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    It doesn't block the water temp at all, only blocks the Evolution logo! As for the speedo, can still see the needle moving on the dials, so still can see the speed. Anyway speedometer is not so important.
     
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    marsha1l_v6 5 Year | Silver

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    your new injector high impedance?
     
  10. 6UE5t

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    Yes, high impedance Bosch/Elixir EV14.
     

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