Question about 1988 Mitsubishi Mirage
All of a sudden i could not change gears. Was real close to home from work. But manage to get home.
The sounds like the cluch went bad. the smell and the reason you cant shift gears is due to the clutch. the clutch is burning and thats the smell, when the clutch gets low and slips it smells and sometimes it just blows apart due to wear. have the clutch checked and you will find it needs replacing. hope this is helpful have a good day.
Posted on Feb 18, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your car is in failsafe mode. I would definitely have a check at the computer, normally you would smell beuning at the compuer. They are known to have faulty/leaky trnasistors.
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
By memory I think in 2000 models MMC has changed the engine from E-W direction. Concerning your reverse gear can you tell whenit stopped working? Is it only the lever that is not going to the far right. Is 5th gear getting in easily? How is the trvel of the gear lever in the neutral channel?
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
The best solution here is for you to go to the Auto Zone or other auto parts store and purchase a Chiltons repair manual on your vehicle. In that will be a diagram showing the fuses and teh locations of each. This is assuming that you don't have the owners manual on the vehicle., the diagram is in there as well. Both Diagrams will show fuse location and what type of fuse to use.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
SOURCE: i have a 2001 mitsubishi
Is this an automatic trans?Does this mean that it just revs in 1st or drive unti it goes into 2nd?Shifts are determined by having sufficient trans fluid in.That the internal valve body is functioning,that external shift solenoids are working,and that the speed sensor on the trans as well as the TPS on the throttle body are working correctly.apart from this they do wear out internal parts and then do these types of things.
Check the transmission fluid level while idling in park with the handbrake on.also if the fluid smells burnt and/or looks dark,it is time for a rebuild.Could you supply some more info,what was the trans like on last drive prior to fault,did it just start up and do this or did it begin while driving?
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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