Question about 2004 Mitsubishi Lancer
Cant figure out witch wire is witch there are too many with with about the same cororing. its for a 2004 mitsubishi oz rally lancer
The dash lights and turning lights are not working after taking the radio out whatis the problem is a fuse>
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
Bulldogsecurity.com has wiring diagrams for all makes and models. that is the best site I have found for quick accurate information. Hope this helps someone.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
The best way to find out which wire is which is grab a test light now find the BATTERY WIRE and IGNITION WIRE the battery wire should constantly have power and the ignition wire should only power up when u turn the ignition on
the other wires are ur speaker wires what u would need to do is get a AA battery snip the wires that have the same colour but one should have a striped colour with it and make the wires touch both ends of the AA battery u will hear a speaker make static sound this will determine which speaker that wire goes to
Let me know how u go
BTW the earth wire just goes to the body and u will have a Interior light wire wire that to the cigerette lighter globe
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
Here is a link that should help you get the wiring colors you asked for. Good luck and hope this helps. http://www.installdr.com/Harnesses/Mitsubishi-Wiring.pdf
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
before anything i had the problem and this is the way i solved it ... the lancer has 2 ignition coils in 2 cylinders what you do is take the iginition coil out of the cylinder that is misfiring and change it to another cylinder and put the car on the odb reader again it should change location of misfire .. then that would tell you that its the ignition coil thats bad i ended up getting my coil at the dealer for $110 ebay has some aftermarket pairs for $100 so you can get 2 now for the price i paid for 1 that will solve the problem guaranteed owne d a lancer for 5 years know the ups and downs to them
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Posted on Dec 25, 2009
Code p0420 is 'catalyst efficiency below threshold'.
This could be caused by a bad catalytic converter but before dumping a ton of money on that I would suspect the after-cat oxygen sensor is getting lazy and setting the code.
Have the O2 sensors checked and replace if needed before suspecting the catalytic converter.
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
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