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Hi, I have a 2005 DB model 380 which I purchased just before Christmas.
An oil change was performed at home this weekend. The check engine light has come on. There is enough oil in there according to the dipstick. The car was hard to start this morning - it's never been hard to start before. I paid close attention to the dash today when I took the car out and nothing seemed to be amiss. A good portion of my trip included a section of 100kms/hr and the car didn't miss a beat. When I parked up at home there was a ticking sound coming from the motor which I had not noticed before.
Any ideas of why the light is staying on? Or how it can be turned off without having to go to a mitsy dealer? Please and thank you.
I have a Series III 380 auto that runs on duel fuel. The car has done over 100,000 km and has recently started cutting while accelerating (low speed). The car can be restarted again after a few minutes. It has been into the Mitsubishi dealership and hooked up to the diagnostic machine, but there is no recorded error on the computer. This issue has reoccurred several times over the last 3 months. The fault occurs in both fuel modes. Has anyone seen this kind of fault with any other 380's?
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