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Lancer Ck2 N light indicator blinks while on drive ?

Lancer ck2 automatic gear not changing scan was done shows 31 LR solenoid opened then replaced nothing happened, fluid change as recommended sp111 then put new over-ring but problem still with it,( before this problem occur one oil seal replaced due to oil leak after repair it works properly few days back seen again oil leaks through axel oil seal its replaced too leak is ok but then gear shift problem comes)

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Check tests in the FSM book yet?
when you get a tranny code, there are tests to do.
to find out if.
the voltage to the solenoid are wrong.
the coil open or the valve dead.
or if the tranny is slipping and fooling the TCM.


31 LR solenoid opened

read the in the FSM, it shows you what to test.

on some A/t you can force it into manual mode and driver and shift manually (I have a test box, i made that does that to all cars)
but you can do that and check for tranny slip and see that all solenoid infact work and can hold a gear.

keep in mind the TCM is stupid as a brick
it cant tell of tranny slips , if the solenoid is dead 6 ways from sunday
in many cases, only that the RPM in the tail shaft is wrong.
some can check the solenoid voltage. the FSM tells you if that is true or not, so not looking and reading that first makes tests harder.

Posted on Jun 25, 2014

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SOURCE: 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer Oil Light at Low RPMS.

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maybe the leak is not in the cam or crank oil seals. i have the same car, found out the leak is coming from the valve cover and crank case (oilpan).

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SOURCE: i have a 2000 lancer ck2 engine or 4G13 1.3, my

there's a regulator which adjusts the car rpm when ac is on
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SOURCE: Blinking Center Diff Light while vehicle on the move.

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SOURCE: Trouble code is gen fr.

it's your alternator (64)
1 Engine control module malfunction
11 O2 sensor malfunction (Car usually runs weak when this code appears) (If a V6 this relates to the O2 sensor on the drivers side In a 4x4 Or the one at the back of the engine on a Galant)
12 Mass air flow sensor circuit malfinction
13 Intake air temperature sensor (Comes on if you have chucked the sensor away to fit some big fancy K&N induction kit!)
14 Throttle position sensor fault
21 Engine temp sensor malfunction (Check the spark plugs too because they carbon up if this sensor is causing the car to run rich)
22 Crankshaft position sensor (Try cleaning the dirt off the end before replacing)
23 Camshaft position/distributor hall sensor (Common on Galant 1800)
24 Vehicle speed sensor
25 Barometric pressure sensor (Another name for the MAP sensor)
31 Knock sensor circuit
36 Ignition timing adjustment connector fault
41 Injectors circuit malfunction
44 Ignition coil/ignition amplifier cylinders 1 and 4
52 As above for 2 and 5 (on a V6)
53 As above for 3 and 6 (On a V6 too)
54 Immobiliser control module to engine control module malfunction (comes on if you have changed one or the other and not had them programmed in by Mitsi)
55 Idle speed control actuator malfunction (A good injector cleaner and a thrash up the motorway usually fixes this!)
59 O2 sensor (if you have a V6 this is the sensor on the passenger side ona 4x4 and the one at the front on a Galant etc.)
61 Transmission control module/engine control malfunction
62 Intake manifold air control actuator/position sensor malfunction
64 Alternator malfunction (remember to check under load and when revved up)
71 Traction control vacuum solenoid malfunction (check the pipes for leaks)
72 Traction control vent solenoid malfunction (usually blocked with dirt)

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