Question about 1992 Mitsubishi Mirage
Remove the central locking switch on driver side and check for 12volts and ground presents. probe if you have a good continuity when you push the switch to on. due to aging, some connectors needs cleanup, spray with electronic contact cleaner or wd40. this problem is usually cause by open connection or discontinuity to the actuator. best if you could activate each acuator by supplying it individually. it might have sockets, try to look for it so you can gain access to supply it manually. once its activated, when you hooked all, should work normally. if not then, the problem is on the cental locking system unit.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
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