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The reverse lights wont go out on my 2000 mitsubishi eclipse

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Probally your safty nuetral switch is not adjusted right

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Raise the tilt wheel to the upper position
Remove the lower philips screws securing the upper and lower clamshells on the column.
Release the top and bottom clamshells from one another by pressing together where they meet.
Unplug the electrical connector from the back of the turn signal stalk

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Remove two philips screws bolting the signal stalk base to the column

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Squeeze the top and bottom release levers to release the signal stalk base from the column

Pull the stalk and base straight outward to remove from the column.

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The reverse light switch will be on your transmission, mst likely near your shift linkage. It will look like large fitting with a hex head for a wrench to fit on and two wires with a plug coming out of the top. When you take this out, it will have a metal ball on the end that was in the transmission. Before removing it though, you may want to put a jumper wire across the two wires that plug into it and check the reverse lights. If they come on then, it is the switch, if not, you have a problem somewhere else. Let me know if this helps :)

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