Question about Mitsubishi Eclipse
What you need to do is get a battery post cleaner from checkers etc. clean the posts on the battery (ask the parts guy to give you a short demo) and clean your battery + and - connections. Be careful not to touch anything to the connections or it can spark and cause damage. After everything is clean reconnect the connections and tighten them pretty good.Now your battery should charge better and your car should start consistently. If not you made need a new battery. Good Luck
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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