I have a 2000 Mitsubishi lancer 1.5L. The instruments (speedo tacko temp gauge & fuel gauge) work sometimes & other times it won't? There is power going to the dash as it lights up when headlights on?

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Asked by Jul 21, 2013 at 10:41 PM about the Mitsubishi Lancer

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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your gauges shud change color( slow flashes) if theres no power comin to it,If none seem b working its wiring fault or have a look at your battery either ways

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the light bulbs don't have anything to do with the gauges functioning, its separate from that

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There are two connectors on the fuse panel in the cabin (near the accelerator pedal) which feed your instruments and you may have a loose connection or a connector which has been displaced in the plug/socket. The following PDF document will help you 91589961-2001-Mitsubishi- Lancer-Evo-IX (and go to page 54A-48). It will give you general information which should guide you. Mine had corrosion from the AC condensation.

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