No. Worst case scenario is you will have to reprogram any
Simply unplug the battery and replace the cords to the battery!
Usually you are not supposed to reprogram anything. Just connect the battery and drive the car, it will take about 100-250 miles for ECU to relearn sensors.
simply disconnect the battery for 30 seconds and it will reset all of your learned fuel trims in your ecu
You have to get a code for it. You can get from the internet ir Mitsubishi, but its not free.
The Mitsubishi Eclipse radio code is the code that makes your radio work. You need to put this code in any time you disconnect the battery.
no. The car will enter a 'crawl' mode until you maintain a constant speed of at least 50 mph for 10 minutes. Allowing the ECU to perform it's engine diagnostic and then it will reset itself.
A size 86 is stock but a size 26 battery will fit.
If its standard then more than likely its the clutch.
2000 Mitsubishi eclipse 2000 Mitsubishi eclipse 2000 Mitsubishi eclipse
Bad Alternator, Bad Battery, loose cables
DISCONNECT THE NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE
disconnect the positive connector on the battery
Mitsubishi Eclipse was created in 1990.
free, just call Mitsubishi and tell them you want it, but tell them that you took it to get serviced and they disconnected the battery,therefore reseting the battery , call 1-888-MITSU2009