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Mitsubishi Lancer 2002, Loss of RPMs, stalled within a half mile of starting restarted and drove the Lancer another half mile before it stalled again. Engine and transmission diagnostic proved both in good working condition. Spark plugs in good condition and properly gapped.

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Check all ground connections, body to motor ground strap, battery to motor and body ground. Also change fuel filter if it has not been changed within 50,000 miles.

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