03 Mitsubishi lancer won't start. Battery is fully charged, but I noticed while trying to start it my dash battery icon wouldn't flash on like other dash icons (like the oil icon) I did jump my husbands car (a mercury , larger engine n battery than mine) idk if that matters but anyone have any ideas? We beat the starter and still nothing...just a single quiet click. PLZ HELP!

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Asked by Jun 21, 2014 at 11:16 PM about the 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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By jumping off another car sometime,s can create havoc on your car,if it happen just shortly after jumping car,you may have shorted your starter out,but you may take your positive cable off and see if it will reset your ,ecm ,you may get lucky,if this doe,s not work,replace your starter. Good luck with it.

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Thank you!!! Plan on getting a starter tomorrow, but just in case its not that would you have any other ideas?

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Starter should fix your problem,

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