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Sounds like the lgnition coil has died

Posted on Mar 11, 2019

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    Brian Stevens Mar 11, 2019

    Sounds like the lgnition coil has died

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The 3 factors here are Fuel,Timing or Spark failing this its electrical. Follow fuel line from clear plastic fuel filter to engine and disconnect and turn key and see if fuel is spurting out, if so there is fuel to throttle body/efi system. Timing is not likely to be an issue if it ran fine when stored. Spark can be tested by taking a spark plug lead off a spark plug and putting a screw driver in it and sitting it a couple of mm of the engine block and having someone turn the key, spark should jump across between the screw drivwer and the engine block. It has to be very very close but not touching. Spark wont jump more than say 5mm.

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Mitsubishi outlander 2006 my car turn but not


The 3 factors here are Fuel,Timing or Spark failing this its electrical. Follow fuel line from clear plastic fuel filter to engine and disconnect and turn key and see if fuel is spurting out, if so there is fuel to throttle body/efi system. Timing is not likely to be an issue if it ran fine when stored. Spark can be tested by taking a spark plug lead off a spark plug and putting a screw driver in it and sitting it a couple of mm of the engine block and having someone turn the key, spark should jump across between the screw drivwer and the engine block. It has to be very very close but not touching. Spark wont jump more than say 5mm.

Oct 28, 2013 | Mitsubishi Cars & Trucks

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Turns Over But Will Not Start 2005 outlander


Got spark? if it does not have a spark it electrical. If it does have a spark it will be a fuel issue.
Depending on your vehicle coil configuration, pulling a coil and lay it 1/2 inch from a good ground point. Turn the key and see if it arcs from coil wire to ground. If it does, then you probably have a fuel issue.

Jun 29, 2013 | 2005 Mitsubishi Outlander

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Cant find sparkplugs on mitsubshi outlander 2006 4cyl.


Not familar with your engine, but we get a lot of
those questions everyday

The answer is: you either never looked very hard
or have no idea that half of all vehicles today are hemi
head engines & the spark plugs are under the
individual coils,you have to remove first, to get to
the spark plugs.

Not a car person since you were a teen,then I
understand,you haven't keep up with technology

When I see problem with 2006 Mitsu I have no idea
how that got there

This is an open social web site or forum,at home, don't
get paid,don't know anymore than you do, about this site

So what problems if any are you having?
Changing spark plugs won't fix much
They get changed every 3 years or 60,000 miles in the motor

I would guess you have 100,000 miles by now, so the front
O2 Sensors should be changed also

Aug 04, 2011 | 2006 Mitsubishi Outlander

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I need to change the spark plugs in my outlander 2006 but i am having trouble finding them


if you have taken the plastic shield off the top of the engine, then you will see ignition coils mounted to the valve cover. the plugs are under the coils. if it is a 4 cylinder then you should see all of them,but if it is a V-6 then three are under the intake plenum. the plenum will need to be removed to change the back three plugs.

Aug 01, 2011 | 2006 Mitsubishi Outlander

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Where are the spark plugs located on a mitsubishi outlander 2004?


spark plugs are under valve cover. Each plug has its own coil pack module. Plug is under this. Be ware, factory plugs may have to be ordered ( $ 15 - 20 ea.) , depending on parts stores in your area. here in Canada, some stores had wrong computer listings for all brands of plugs for this car!! The factory plugs are NKG Iridium, and are longer than conventional plugs!! I'm about to change mine ( 160000 KM's).Looked at plugs cpl mths ago, didnt look too bad. Hope to get another 160 K's from new ones ! Good luck .!

Aug 18, 2010 | 2004 Mitsubishi Outlander

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How do I change the spark plugs in a 2003 Outlander


1.cool off engine
2. remove spark plug high tension cord from the spark plugs.
3. remove spark plugs using a spark plug socket wrench by turning it counter clockwise
4. install new spark plugs and high tension wires...

Apr 07, 2010 | 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander

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2003 Mitsubishi Outlander died and won't start back up


If it does turn over but won't start, check for fuel and spark, if not spark then check to see if the crank sensor is cover with dirt.....

Feb 09, 2009 | 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander

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