Question about Mitsubishi Cars & Trucks
AC/Heat works fine but only when I turn the nob to level 3 or higher. when it is on 1 or 2 I don't hear nor feel anything. Also when my car gets past 65 miles/perhr the steering wheel vibrates/shakes a little. Could this be a bad bearing, wheel alignment?
There are several cause: wheel alignment, ball joint, wear out wheel. You have to check it, this ball joint must not wig to much and if wig then replace it life spam of this joint only 5 years or 4 years old,
Posted on Oct 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Oct 22, 2008
Most common problem would be tires are out a balance. Or, the tires are out of round ( meaning the tires have a hop to it; not completely round ).
Posted on May 22, 2009
check the idler arm on the steering drag link
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks I been busy I'll check it out this weekend and get back to you."
Your blower speed resistor has gone bad and needs to be replaced. You can pick one up at Auto Zone or Parts Source with the step by step instructions to getting the resistor replaced with common tools.
It is located under the glove box, way in the back of the passenger foot area. You'll need to remove 2 screws with a 7mm socket, and remove the plastic cover that covers the blower motor and another component box that I think controls the passenger airbag. After removing the plastic cover you'll need to side that passenger airbag module to the right so it pop off its mounting bracket and move it out of the way. That will give a better view of the blower motor. I highly recommend you also remove the blower motor itself because the Blower Motor Resistor is located behind it. I think you'll need a 5mm or 5.5mm socket to remove the 3 screws that hold in place the blower motor and 2 more screws for the Blower Motor Resistor... It's a cramped location to work in but if you have all the tools and enough lighting then it shouldn't take more than 30-60 minutes to do. The Blower Motor Resistor costs about $19-$25. Good luck
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
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