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Mitsubishi lancer dtc P1603

Vehicle losing power did a scan and code P1603 came up

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SOURCE: Paint code for red 2001 mitsubishi lancer paint sk

try looking at the vin plate inside the engine compartment. it should be the first set of three alphanumeric characters. the plate is exactly in the center right near the windshield.

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Drive cycle is performed by driving the car at hiway and city speeds over a few days and perhaps 50 miles or so, if the system detects the same issue after a few days of driving and completion of drive cycle then the check engine light will come back on.

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SOURCE: My 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer Jerks and sometimes

This could be just a problem with the ignition. Check if all the plugs are getting sparks by pulling one at a time the hi tension wire that covers the spark plugs while the engine is running. Check also the rubber plug, the hi tension wire itself. If all checks out you may want to inspect the ignition coil and the fuel filter if it needs replacing.

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SOURCE: I have problem on airbag codes in mitsubishi lancer

Your first code is for low system voltage. If your battery has needed a jumpstart lately or replacement, this code will be set.

The second two codes are in relation to your rh side airbag (B1C2D) and curtain bag (B1B22) not being visible to the srs ecu. Has the car been apart for any reason, possible leaving harnesses unplugged? Was it in an accident recently and maybe the bags are missing? Were components removed for accessory installations (stereo, subwoofers, etc)?
The connector for the curtain bag is in the passenger side rear most pillar. The connector for the side airbag is under the passenger seat.

A weak battery can sometimes throw other miscellaneous codes like these, but it is not likely. If you clear the codes, the B1C2D and B1B22 should come right back.
If they do, and both bags are installed correctly, You can bypass them with a 3 ohm (three ohm) resistor and clear the code again. If the codes set again, there is a problem with the wiring leading up to the squib units. If the codes do not set again, there is a problem with the squib units.

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wiggle the wires under the seat

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