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|July 31st, 2020 11:21 PM|
|July 31st, 2020 12:32 PM|
|alex_sauvage||An update: hopefully it will be helpful to someone. 20Amp fuse # 9 goes to majority of engine sensors. I started checking sensor wiring and noticed that heat shield is touching oxygen sensor wire. Could not see any damage to the wire, but after I eliminated the contact things went back to normal. Been driving for a week now and no blown fuses. I guess somehow the circuit was grounding as I was driving and it would blow the fuse. Interesting, the engine would not stall, even when most sensors were disabled by blown fuse. But I could feel some loss of power, but not much. Hopefully things will stay OK.|
|July 11th, 2020 04:48 PM|
I believe it works with the ETACS module to control the lights and things like that
Don’t believe anybody has ever reported a problem with one
Mitsubishi makes good electronics
|July 11th, 2020 04:17 PM|
|alex_sauvage||Tried it today with cold engine: everything seems fine. Was able to check codes: none, obviously. Any idea what part/connection could be so sensetive to heat? Also sorry for stupid question: what Front ECU relay does (black box within fuse box, not main ECU)? Could that be a problem? It was pretty hot yesterday.|
|July 10th, 2020 08:34 PM|
|pcfreak4||Hmm idk man, never heard of this issue, not a common problem for these cars to ever blow fuses at all unless some modification or repair was done improperly|
|July 10th, 2020 02:13 PM|
2007 4G GT blows Engine control 20Amp fuse
Mine 2007 4G GT started to blow Engine control 20Amp fuse (#9). Happens on start up: just turning ighnition ON, without cranking an engine blows the fuse. Cannot even pull the code. Front ECU (one in fuse box) feels pretty hot, but then again it is 95F outside . Any suggestion guys?