Question about 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse Coupe
Posted by Anonymous on
You may check for corrosion on your battery terminals, if corrosion is present then disconnect the cables and clean the corrosion. If thats not the case then just check to make sure that your terminal is connected tightly to the battery post. I recently had this trouble on my brothers spyder and no matter how tight i got the terminal it still would move when i pulled on it so I just went to the parts store and bought a new terminal for $6.99 and had it running again in 10 minutes.
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