Question about Mitsubishi Lancer
Most major auto part stores are able to diagnos most of you problems. I would go in and have them check you battery, starter, and alternator. I would buy a batery cleaning kit and some terminal pads and some protectant spray. Check you posative cable its the one that goes to the solenoid, and then check the ground its the one that goes to the block make sure that they aren't broken or burnt threw in the midle. If they are good just clean them and put them back on with the teminal posts that you baught, this will keep them from getting nasty in the future, and spray them down with the protectant that you baught, this will keep oxidation from building up on them also. The rest of the information will come from the guy at the auto part store, and they will tell you what you need to buy.
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
Sounds like the starter may be getting weak, or the cables are loose or corroded, to verify it check the cables first. Ant major auto parts store can use a small handhelp computer for free to test the starter, alternator and battery.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
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