I havent driven my car in about 18 months and it started right up but the take off is real slow and when i switch to manual it shows its in third even when its just sitting there not moving. Whats going on
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Sounds like you have a blocked drain hose that drains the water that runs down your windshield when it rains or you get a carwash. Look under the car right in-line with the bottom of the windshield on the passenger side, you should see a little drainage hole. Stick a coat hanger up the tube to unblock the drainage tube.
The two relays for the front [main] wipers are part of the front ECU [engine computer] and are not serviceable separately. The front wipers are powered by a 10 amp [#22 in the relay box] battery hot fuse and a 20 amp [#18 in the junction box] & two 7.5 amp [#20 & #23 in the junction box] ignition hot fuses. The front ECU is located under the hood. It sits on top of the driver's inner fender well.
I own a 2003 mitsubishi spyder eclipse GT and my alarm fob broke off its key chain so I havent been using it lately (waiting for replacement). Today I went to use my car (unlocked and opened the door with the key) and the alarm activated. The car still starts but I have to wait till the alarm gos through its cycle before I drive anywhere (embarassment of course). How do I disengauge the alarm system till I get the new fob?
the light comes on for emissions reasons.. if the light is flashing then it needs to be taken to a repair staiton right away to avoid emission component damage.. if the light is just on it could be as simple as a loose fuel cap.. the only way to be sure it to have the diagnostic codes read with a tool..