Question about 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer
One day my ac started blowing hot air and the next morning my car would not start. i replaced that battery and a mechanic has informed me that the clutch on my ac compressor is draining my battery. he told me it would be 525 just to buy the part because the compressor must be purchased in order to get the clutch. any advice on the matter?
ps. my knob that controls the temp of air became hard to turn and eventually fell off. I see that others had the same problem. as well as my gas door does not open either! i just ask strangers at the gas station to hold the lever while i use a key to pry the door open. ha!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have mitsubishi Pajero GDI V6 3500, i was on the high way and suddenly the movement became very slugsih. i contacted my Auto mechanic who discovered that one side of the engine is not performing, the left side exhaust was cold while the right side was hot. ie the cold side injection nuzzles does not work , please what could be the possible solution ?
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
You have a broken mounting at the end of the cable,at the housing thats why the temp. control knob doesnt work,you can remove the center console to gain access to pivot the broken piece manually and try to modify it so you can attach the cablr
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
There is an alternator fuse located on the positive battery clamp or in the fuse block under the hood. if it is part of the positive battery clamp it is a dealer only part and will run $10 to 20 dollars. If it is in the fuse block you should be able to get one at the auto store and modify it to slide in easily. Get a flash light and check all of your fuses carefully. The blown fuse may be hard to spot. The design of the car lets the battery go dead with out even turning on the charge light on the dash to let you know you are not charging the battery.
Posted on Dec 16, 2010
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