Question about 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse
Could be battery like you said make sure all electricala connections from battery to solenoid to starter are thight and snug if that doesnt fix it then take the starter and hook it directly to a 12 battery or battery charger to see if it throughs out the gear and spins. do that a few times if it doesnt spin or 1 in 5 tries its doesnt spin then its probally you starting motor its self. you can try to start the car directly by connecting only the positive battery terminal with a booster cable and with the ignition in the on position touch the other end of the booster cable to the starting motors terminal. if the car starts goo then its most likely your solenoid or cables. if you try this make sure the car is in park "for auto" . or neutral on a manual transmission.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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