Question about 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer
Sorry i don't have a photo yet, but what i did was remove a small section of the laquer from the track on the PCB about 1/2 inch away from the plug socket, then pre-tinned & soldered a small insulated wire (small speaker wire, only 1 part of the figure 8 cable) from the bottom right plug track (common pos for the warning lights) to the solder joint @ the lower end of the under PCB link that goes to the bottom left screw fitting of the tacho, this bypassed the crack in the PCB,
if there is "NO" burn marks & it is only a cracked track you will-not have any problem in bypassing the crack with a small wire, or even running a small solder track along the PCB track, just remember to remove the laquer, kind regards waz
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
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