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On a Ford or a Chevy it's a sequence of turning the key on and off, without completely starting the vehicle, after the 5th or 6th turn the doors will auto lock, then you take out the key press unlock with key and it's programmed, not sure about a Mitubishi so you will have to contact a dealership with service station to get the exact correct sequence for your key...
what you described is symptoms of a bad ignition switch, when you are moving the key around to find a good spot it is internally moving the contacts until they catch a good spot, this happens when they get worn.
Wow- very complicated. No, many transits that age have no switch for the handbrake. I don't know why. But if you want to know where to find the switch so you can check yourself, you just pull up the handbrake cover and remove it. (Is rather stiff). There is a tounge on the leaver which should press a switch once the handbrake has come down to rest. The switch Is held onto the handbrake bracket by a small clip. Basically, if you remove the cover and you can't see an obvious wire / switch , you don't have one :-)
Are you on a hill? vehicle will roll if your handbrake is not applied. Peaple often make the mistake of thinking their transmission in "PARK" will hold their vehicle on a hill. PLEASE people do not rely on this, use your handbrake!!!!! The park pin inside your transmission is very small and is not designed to hold your car, this is what a handbrake is for.
That sounds like it could be the handbrake warning light.Check the switch under the handbrake lever,if not brocken.Also could be the brake fluid level sensor,telling you the brake fliud in the bottle is low.good luck
I have just bought a Shogun Sport Equippe TD, I have not taken delivery yet but I do own a Carisma and the way you program that remote key is to turn on the ignition for 10 sec +'s then switch off and press the close button, this causes the door locks to respond.
Well generally and very basically, ya, unplug the wires from Alternator then remove the bolts that attach it, remove the drive belt, Then, reinstall the new Alternator, then put belt on.. retighten the bolts.. reattach the Wires.. ya should be good to go. Check Check Check.
NB: Take note of how "Tight" the belt drive is and try to replicate that tension when finished.