Question about 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer
Temp control knob in my lancer wont work. It is struck in cooling mode. I'm unable to change to heating mode. When i checked with one of the mech he says the whole system need to be changed (very expensive). Is this a design failure in these models? Changing is the only solution?
I have the same problem.... It is an easy thing to fix. What it is, is the cable has jamed up in the casing, but you can manually pull and push the cable. On the drivers side of the car under the steering wheel above the gas/brake pedals there should be a bunch of wiring. To the right of all the wiring and mess there should be a cable if you reach in far enough. It will probablly take you a while to find it. It would most likley be surrounded by white plastic. once you find the cable you can pull it and push it, When you do pull/push it you will see the knob turn on your console.
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Posted on Dec 14, 2008
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