Question about 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer
I read your response about the stuck ac knob and have replaced mine. Very expensive, but it's the fswtching mechanism for the flap that caused the problem because now it's just as hard to turn and fear breaking it again. You mentioned trying the PHX dealership to find out what to do. They quoted me $1,200 to pull dash and replace entire part. You mentioned in a previous reply to someone else with a similar problem something about a new design for less than $10 and removing two screws and replacing the plastic switching mechanism. What exactly do I ask for so the dealership will understand me? And does this require pulling the entire dash?
Check the cable i have had the same problem with customers cars and most of the time it is due to the cable kinking if you reposition the cable before it gets a crease in it it will be fine if not try putting a new cable on very cheap and easy to do
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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