Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder 2001 won't start

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Asked by Dec 12, 2014 at 01:30 PM about the Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Ah ... Sort of open ended question. Can you point us in some kind of direction? Does it crank or do your lights work (dead battery) does it try to start at all, have you had any work done recently?

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The panel dash lights all light up the battery is good, when key is turned the dash lights all com on but the traction control light goes on and off each time the key is turned to the start position, there is no clicking noise or any other noise or response from any of the other system except for the dash lights.

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Turn the headlights on ... then walk around to look at them ,,, do they look dim?

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Lights are bright and normal not dim

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Tom, I have code show up : PO335 which is Crankshaft position censor showing uo on the meter ? could this cause no response from the engine when key it turned to start the car?

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Normally all orange/amber fault lights won't disable engines ... I'll do a research

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