SOMETIMES U can smack the inside door panel (very hard) with the OPEN palm of your hand approx.2 where the window motor is.OR take off the door panel & smack the motor with a RUBBER mallet.
Sometimes you can remove the pwr. window switch and 'jumper' the contacts. Had a Grand Prix that was notorius for this, and this procedure kept me dry on many a wet day! Good-Luck!
I have the same problem on my Mitsubishi Eclipse RS 1995. Seems to be a problem in Map sensor. I was also told it might be the ECU
Im new to the eclipse game, but my eclipse had the same problem. Are you getting fire to the coil. If not check the sensor on the back of the motor under the intake, possibly the throttle position sensor, im not sure what the name is but it works, i promise.
the problem is clearly that your driving an eclipse.. you shoud look into trading it in on a Honda
One of the bulbs is burnt out.
service engine soon you have a problem with your car that your ECM has detected
I had the same problem with my Eclipse it was the spyder turbo i had put cheap gas in it. went to 93 octane had no problems.
The light is on because there is a problem. Bring it in and get it looked at. That SRS could save your life someday.
i have a 1994 eclipse with a 1.8 we replaced the head gasket and timeing belt now it sputters at low rpms an the check engine light is on what could be th problem ?
have the dealership take a look at it, tell you what the problem is! Once you know what the problem is go back to your cheaper mecanic and let him know what it is. Ask for a discount as he himself was unable to diagnose the problem,or considering in some states the dealership will charge a price just to check it out!! The trained tech at a Mitsubishi dealer/repair center will fix it right the first time..
Yes, you can, but there is a chance that you will need to change transmission and everything what is going inside the engine. The problem is that Mitsubishi engine parts from different engines are not compatible (it can be turbo Japanese engine, or non-turbo crysler engine and so on).
Use the troubleshooting guide. Plus, check for bulletins. I believe there's an inhibit relay problem that may be applicable here.
Hi there I'm no car expert but my Mitsubishi Eclipse 95 was giving me the same problem, after 2 months of mechanics trying to figure it out they discovered it was the fuel filter so probably u should have that checkedToni
Flathead screwdriver, put it in an bend, it will pop right out, i had this problem with my 97 eclipse. I had the same, the latch got caught in the plastic string that holds the fuel cap
i have the exact same problem with my 98 eclipse, alot of people are telling me to check the ground wires on the turn signals, you may wanna check into it. i am, if i figure it out, i will let you know
Crank Position Sensor needs to be replaced. I had the same problem and that was the cure. It was hard to diagnose because of the intermittent nature of the problem.
it could mean that you have a loose battery cable that needs to be tightened
Your problem is most likely the turn signal relay im having a problem similar to yours but when my signals wont work neither do my hazards
IF THE CAR DONT MOVE THEN YOU GOT A PROBLEM.
well now, when trying to diagnose a problem or problems, you should probably take it to a professional, who is liscensed to diagnose a problem or problems. B series beouch
If you have a 4g63 motor a common problem is crankwalk, this will damage or break off the sensor.
It means to discover the cause of a problem.
Diagnose the problem.
Broken or worn motor mounts can cause that.
What kind of brake problem(noise,pulling)?