Question about 1992 Mitsubishi Mighty Max
Today i started my car, and it sounded weak trying to turn over. the 2nd time it was weaker, and the 3rd, it barely turned over. sounded like a dying battery, so i bought a new one. had to pop the clutch to get home. changed out the battery, and still, no start. no clicking or anything. engine runs fine if you pop the clutch to get it started. what could my problems be? bad starter? something else?
Bad ignition switch not the key switch the ignition switch i would check that first.Then the key switch.
Posted on Dec 12, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check the starter relay
(1) Remove the knee protector.
(2) Remove the relay from the underside of the relay box.
(3) Connect battery to terminal 2 and check continuity between
terminals with terminal 4 grounded.
Posted on Jul 16, 2008
The Batt does not have a full charge or it is the wrong cranking AMP's for the car... find out if it is the right Batt and also that it is put on a "slow charge" over night or at least 6 hr's
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
Did you check your connectors? I had the same problem a little while ago even after replacing the starter and the alternator. Just to find out it was a lousy 3.99 battery connectors! it will also kill your battery by having a bad connector. the things that look like a =C that is connected to the battery posts.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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SOURCE: Car wont start...clicking noise
well running the voltage from alternator should be at least 14 volts or a bit higher, engine off it should read at least 13 volts at battery. if alternater is less then 14 volts, it is the alternator at fault. or a loose alt, belt.
Posted on May 28, 2010
Testimonial: "it was the alternator!"
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