Question about 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer
For the fuses, if you have the owners manual it should show you which fuse goes where. If it is not labeled on the fuse box cover, check your owners manual.
If the alarm is the reason your car wont start, make sure the hood is down, door closed (if its a manual transmission, in neutral and brakes applied) I don't know very much on alarm systems, Just that there is a hood switch, so the hood (aka Bonnet) must be shut and latched before the vehicle will start.
after that's all sorted out, it would be good to check if you have spark, fuel and compression (those are the three key factors for an engine to start)
I hope this helps, let me know what you have done.
Posted on May 10, 2009
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