Question about 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor
Check power to the starter with a test light, (the smallest wire should have 12 volts when you turn the ignition to crank, have someone crank it whilet test light is connected to small wire, the other wire coming from battery also should always have power, if there is no power coming then it is wire or ground problem, if you have power when you turn ignition it is the starter that has failed and needs replacing.... make sure you have emergency brake on, wheel chucks and car in park before you go under at all times.... use led flashlight to locate the wires on the starter....
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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