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Have you tried disconecting your battery or clearing the code? May not be that simple but either way here's a bump for the cause.
Attn Mitsubishi: Any and all modifications to my vehicle are equal or higher in quality and performance to those that were provided stock. As such under Title 15 Chapter 50 of U.S. Code (aka the Magnusson-Moss Warranty Act of 1975) particularly Section 2302(c) Mitsubishi must honor the warranty as provided with the car. Any refusal of service must be accompanied by absolute proof that an aftermarket component was the cause of any failure in the OEM materials. Failure to adhere to the letter and spirit of the law will result in prompt legal action against Mitsubishi and/or their authorized dealer.
I had something similar with my 04 Mustang. Every time I would start the car, the cooling fan would come on, and just run while the car was on. Only difference was the the car started fine and ran fine. It was still driveable. Any way, the temperature sensor was unplugged. I had unplugged it because the harness was in the way of something else I was working on, and I just forgot to plug it back in. I don't know the exact location of it on the Evo. Check it out, who knows, it might be your issue.