Need help

Asked by Jul 02, 2017 at 03:20 AM about the 2005 Mitsubishi Galant

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car over heated to day and when i pull
over my car completely turn off so i waited
for awhile before it cool down after it went
down i try turnin my car on and it would not
start i just made a lil noise like it wanted to.
So than i waited and once again i try but this
time my battery died so someone pull over
to try to give me a jump and everything turn
back on but my car still didnt want to start..
It wants to turn but it but something not
clickin. I finally got it home had someone
push it to my house and my battery dead
again completely.  Can u help i just bought
this car 5months ago..

2 Answers

10,815

pull the oil fill cap and look on the bottom , tell me what you see.

16,415

or ... if your very lucky you could have a damaged ignition pac (lucky = Rebuilt Head vs New ignition) In reality it could be many things but /// sad to say // the most common is a blown head gasket Good luck

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