mirage cvt

Asked by Dec 07, 2018 at 05:40 AM about the 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

cvt goes into limp mode.brought new hi and lo speed sensors, clear codes,. Car
now runs great no matter how long you drive it til you shut it down, next time
you start it goes back to limp mode after driving less than 100 yards. clear
codes and repeats the same everytime. Its the Hi speed sensor that has the
bad codes. Tried various sensor even one off a running car doesn't matter.

3 Answers

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look for a good motor to chassis ground

check the fuses if you have a bad fuse it will though up multipul codes that have nothing to do with the bad fuse, im trying to install an aftermarket radio and it kepts blowing the rear back up light fuse and putting the car into limp mode with about 21 error codes i just replace the fuse and unhook the battery and the car works fine untill i try to hook it up again, there is 2 fuse places one under the hood one in the car

Hi dear, I am having the same problem with my Mirage 2012. On resetting the car by removing the battery wire and all run very much okay but at next start it moves to limp mode. I have visited several workshops but no one is diagnosing it. If you have solved your problem then please tell me the solution.

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