Question about Mitsubishi L200
Have the battery tested first. Autozone does this for free as well as others like Sams and full service Walmarts.
Posted on Oct 24, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can try another battery if you have one, or take the battery to be tested somewhere to see if its at fault
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
SOURCE: electrical issue
Not sure this is the solution..but the same thing happened to me several times over a few month span. After many attempts to fix a number of items (alternator, etc.), I was told that there was a problem with the radio, and that it had to be "factory reset." My local dealer got some kind of code from Ford and fixed the problem. I haven't had a problem for over a year.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
SOURCE: 4x4 doesn't engage
that box does engage the transfercase to 4x4,there is a small electric motor on the transfercase thats probably bad,try hitting it lightly with a hammer because just like an electric window motor it has brushes in it as well,but its possible that motor is shorting out causing it to draw alot from the charging system,at least my 1993 Ford Bronco did the same thing and thats what i replaced and now it works fine.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
sounds like the dampener gear shaft is trying to either open or close the vent and clicks b/c its stripped... turn the climate contol to the middle and turn it off...see what happens play with the controls back and forth from h ot to cold high to low and see if it gets worse or stopps or makes any diff at all if thats it, you can take out glovebox removes some screws/bolts and remove the gear or pull the lil plastic shaft out , however it will effect the the performace of the heater/cooling system. I would recomend taking it to a dealer/local yokal if you notice a change so that way you can still use it...let me know what you find
Posted on May 18, 2009
Find the relay making the clicking noise by setting your finger on top lightly, then check map on under side of cover for identification.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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