Question about 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had this same problem with a 2001 mirage. Remove the bezel around the instrument cluster by taking out the two screws at the top out then gently pull. Remove the instrument cluster .Four screws two upper and two lower. Again pull cluster towards you gently. This will unplug the cluster. Once out you will find a very cheap paper type circuit board at the back of the gauges. A trace at the lower middle part of the cluster folded under has cracked right under a plastic clip. I solder in a small wire to by pass the break in the trace, or you can order a new paper circuit board from Mitsubishi part #mr444589 cost about 60.00$
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
SOURCE: Instument Guages
well the issue is youe enitre gauge cluster i do understand that your speedometer is working but it is a cable speedometer not electronic like everything else in the gauge cluster so first i would recomend checking the voltage getting to your gauge cluster then just replace the guagecluster they are really cheap i a salvage and not hard to install at all but the cluster itself is not very comon to go out so make sure you check voltage to it first i wouldnt want you to go through buying and replaceing the cluster and that not fix it
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
lots of old cars were + earth but not all .dont think this will make any difference ,is this rev counter for a 6 pot or four?? check terminals on back of unit??does one look as though it the earth ?? if not then one goes to earth and the other goes to the points side of the coil.easy
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
SOURCE: lancer gl 2004
You will need to replace the timing belt and the balance shaft belt (if applicable). Your car may not have a balance shaft belt. Mitsubishi did away with that belt, but I can't remember what year it started. At 60,000 miles. And again at every 60,000 miles. You should also replace the accy drive belts at that time. If you don't replace the timing belt and it breaks, severe engine damage WILL happen. Hope this helps. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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