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Mitsubishi eclipse problems
If your Eclipse has the serpentine belt set up, the problem of the belt failing may be due to a worn belt tensioner, or tensioner pulley or a worn idler pulley. If the tensioner arm fluctuates a great deal when the engine is running, it's probably worn out and it is not providing the approprate tension on the belt.
on Apr 16, 2014
2007 mitsubishi eclipse driver seat stuck
Search for one of the most common troubles in power seats: inspect the seat rails and the area under the seat with a flashlight and make sure there are no objects obstructing or preventing seat movement.
Inspect the fuse or circuit breaker if both front power seats fail to op
Turn on the ignition switch, but do not start the engine. Operate the power seat switch and listen for the motor running under the failed seat. If you do not hear any sound coming from the motor, lift the switch from the door panel or the side of the seat.
Check for incoming voltage at the switch using a test light. If there is no voltage, check the wiring between the switch and the fuse panel for an open or short.
Unplug the switch and test it for continuity using a multimeter. If there is no continuity, replace the switch.
Test the relay if your circuit has one between the switch and the failed motor. Operate the switch and make sure the relay is receiving voltage from the switch; also, test for outgoing voltage from the relay to the motor using a test light. Make sure the relay is properly grounded. Remove or move the seat to the side if possible for this test. If one of the voltages is not present, check that part of the wire for an open or short. If there is no outgoing voltage, test the relay for proper operation and replace it if necessary.
Check for incoming voltage at the failed motor or motors using a test light. If there is no incoming voltage, test the wire or wires for continuity between the motor and switch or relay, looking for an open or a short.
Unplug the failed motor and test it outside, connecting the motor to the battery using two jumper wires. If the motor still does not operate, replace it.
Inspect the drive assembly-transmission, gears and tracks-and make sure the mechanism is in good condition. Make repairs as necessary.
on Mar 03, 2014
At speeds of 65 or
Please have your tires checked for balance, inflation and possible ply separation. Please have the alignment checked at all four corners of the car.
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on Nov 23, 2013
Need to calibrate the wiper motor
If the trouble is the wiper is not parking in the right position, I'm afraid it is very likely the motor must be replaced, because most modern cars do not have a transmission like they used to, now the motor is bad if this happens.
on Nov 19, 2013
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