Question about 2007 Mitsubishi Lancer 1.6
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you Had the transmission fluid checked? It sounds as if the transmission is slipping in these gears which would point to a fault within the bands. To have a problem like this repaired could cost as little as $200 or as much as $1700 depending on how much needs to be done. Was the replacement a second hand transmission? If yes then did you have a warranty period with it? Let me know and I will get back to you as i am about to seek out a manual for this.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
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.
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
SOURCE: Mitsubishi Lancer Problems
the problem with the handling may be due to a steering alignment isue our you may have a problem with the bushes in the car it may pay to take it to a suspension expert and pay to get it tested ( this dose not cost to much)
the problem with the heater control is generally in the knob it self the mechanism fails and you will need to replace it recommend going to the wreckers and acquiring one.
how many settings do you have with your blower are all of them working if not you may need to get a new fan resistor ( from mits )
of all settings are working there may be a fault in the blower unit our it may be full of leaves.
as for the air filter i recommend you go to your parts retailer and get a high flow pannal filter that fits straight into the existing housing, you will get the same benefits with out having to modify the air intake and you will not have any problems with road worthy ect.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
This is to inform you that no one could provide you the code that you need. That code is also called the 'Anti-theft' code which is unique with every car stereo.
You need to check the glove box that's in your car and look for a card. That card should carry the anti-theft code for your stereo.
If you could not find it, you need to pull out the stereo and get the serial number of the stereo on the side of it. Then call the car dealer or the manufacturer. They are the only one who could provide you the unique code for your stereo.
You would get this problem once the battery run out of charge, once the battery has been removed or once you change your alternator.
Hope this helps and have a great day!
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
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