If your Mitsubishi doesn’t start or click when you try to start it, the problem could be a faulty battery.
Troubleshooting Mitsubishi Won’t Start Problems
Common symptoms of a dead battery on a Mitsubishi.
- The engine cranks very slowly but won’t start
- The car turns on but won’t start
- The START button lights up, but the car won’t start
- The lights turn on, but the car won’t start
- You can hear a click, click, click, but the engine won’t start
What you will need
- 12V Car Battery Tester
How to test the battery on any Mitsubishi.
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- Set the vehicle in park and turn off the ignition.
- Pull the hood release under the dashboard and open the hood.
- Locate the battery on the driver’s side of the engine.
- Connect the red clamp from the tester to the positive battery terminal.
- Connect the black to the negative battery terminal.
- Allow the scanner to turn on, then select IN VEHICLE TESTING.
- Select input Cold Cranking Amp (CCA).
- Look at the battery; it should have a CCA rating if not enter 600.
- Continue to test the battery.
After a minute, the test will show tested Good or Replace Battery.
If your battery shows as Good – Need Charging, jump-start the vehicle and let it idle, drive for at least 30 minutes, or use a battery charger to charge it fully.
This article covers only the battery problem. For more help, see our comprehensive guide that discusses all possible Mitsubishi no-start issues. These instructions work on all Mitsubishi vehicles, including Galant, Lancer, Outlander, Montero, Eclipse, etc.
We hope you find the Mitsubishi Won’t Start Due To Battery Problem guide helpful. Check these troubleshooting and repair guides for more help on your Mitsubishi.