Question about 1993 Mitsubishi 3000GT
A couple things at play: the click may simply be the starting solenoid on the starter, with time the starters will fail; this assumes there it proper energy within the battery. If the battery is too low there an be enough energy to engage the solenoid but not enough to rotate the starter; this you'll need to investigate. Be certain all of the battery cables are solid and not too much corrosion on battery terminals. Oh yes and be certain to check your ground from the battery to the engine block, if this is loose or corroded starting problems can arise.
PLease let me know if this had assited you,
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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