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I think you mean that the engine does not start first time you crank the starter. A common problem is a coil pack. If you car has a distributor, there's a coil pack inside it that is failing. Might also be the coolant temperature sensor that provides a signal to the engine computer.
The most common cause for no crank is the neutral safety switch. On automatic trans cars it keeps you from cranking the engine in drive or reverse. On manual trans cars you have to push the clutch in. I would want to know if the starter is getting power from the key switch when the switch is in the start position.
wow ok i am from australia our lancers only come in a 2.0 or 2.4 i was shocked to see a 1.3 lancer now with the key every time you incert the key into the ignition it reads the key as there is a chip in the orignal keys so thatway the immobiliser knows thatit is safe for the car to start if the cra can not read the key it will not let the car start evan if it is twisting to start etc you need to go to mitsubishi and have them copy some new keys and let them reset the codes on the immobiliser if you try to do so your self it may trigger a cold shut down this is when the immobiliser its self needs to be replaces as well as the keys hopes this helps ricko