Question about 1990 Mitsubishi Eclipse
1990 Eclipse 1.8L. Fully chargered battery. all instruments light up but NO response for the stater when the ingition is turned. The fuses appear OK. Help.
It is very possible the "starter Solenoid" has failed within the starter. If this is the case the starter will do little or nothing. Also check connections at starter, lose cable? You should be able to jump across the starter to see if it works; if nothing then you know it is the starter. Oh yea, if it has an automatic tranny it may be the Neutral Saftey switch failed or out of adjustment; try wigglying around the gear shifter or try starting in neutral.
I hope this may have assisted you,
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