Question about 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer
Don't worry about it. The clock has a very minimal draw on your battery and won't drain it unless you store it for years.
Posted on Feb 04, 2017
You need to tackle this logically. First of all the car has to have fuel and spark to ignite the fuel. You need to establish whether these are present or not. Then go along apporopriate route, fuel or spark.Secondly the spark has got to occur at the right time .There are simple checks you can do to find out if this happening.
To confirm sparks Remove one plug. recoonect lead , hold it in contact with the chassis and turn the engine,you should see spark jump across the plug gap. Dont hold lead with bear hands as it carries high voltage,use an insulated material to hold it in contact with chassis.
similarly you can disconnect fuel input to carbureter and turn engine to see petrol coming out.
Once these two facts are confirmed then it is timing of sparks that remains.
Hope this helps you to go in the right direction.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
The cable that pulls the cool/heat switch on the a/c gets weak and it doesnt allow the dial to switch over to heat. You can see that cable and the way its supposed to work on the right side of the gas pedal over it. I usually just use my foot to push that switch over to heat and reach with and pull on it with my right hand to cool.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
Sorry for the delay. I am personally going back to answer your unanswered question.
I do not know if you still need the answer, but I am going to answer it in case you still do.
Click on the following direct Link. It has the Timing Belt Diagrams with Marks for the Camshaft and Crankshaft that you will need.
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Posted on Mar 22, 2010
Inspect for crack on the air intake tube between the Mass Air flow (MAF) to the intake manifold on the motor.
A loose clamp or crack on the air passage way will cause this problem.
P0442 code takes 2-5 drive cycle to reset by itself.
Do some mix city / highway driving.
If there is no EVAP leak then it should be clear within 50 miles.
Posted on Aug 11, 2011
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