Question about 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer
Howdie sounds like the alt,is at fault just check the plug at alt, and see if it is loose ,and see if you pull the positive post and see if its still run smooth l,m old school try it it don,t cause any problems you don,t leave it off to long see if it surges that's asigh that the alt, is goin they have abody controll module now a days that can go now nowadays rare though
Posted on Jul 25, 2012
18 v is way to much the alternator is faulty . If it keeps putting out power like that it will damage the electrical sensors when you are driving the car keep headligt on high to drop the voltage down replace alternator or take it back hoplefully the other problems will go the sensors on the engine work on very low volts this high voltage will make them read wrong to the computer
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