Question about 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor
Sounds like your shifter linkage is the problem. Do you park on a flat surface or on an incline? If you park on an incline, try parking on a flat surface. Sometimes shift linkage is cable driven, sometimes they are all steel bar linkages. As far as being sluggish while driving, I would try shifting manually 1st to 2nd, to drive. Shift the gears at the normal RPM's and see if it shifts better. The linkage may be catching in between gears. The only other possibility is that the transmission is vacumn assisted, and has a leak in the vacume lines. While car is running, listen for air hissing, if you hear it, pin point it, also listen under the car for the same.I don't think this is the case, but worth the troubleshoot. If this was the case, the light on the indicator sould not be slow to react , but I may be wrong there
Posted on May 12, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your transmissions need to be service (fluid and filter change) and possibly a TCU replacement. Do NOT go to a dealer. Instead, look on ebay or craigslist for part outs. Transmission control units can be expensive but that is most likely the problem if you already changed ur fluid.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
There are multiple bushings in the rear spindles. I just had to change both driver and pass side rear lower control arm bushings in the girlfriends. They are a mitsu only part and go for about 50 each.
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
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