The toggle switch on my 1994 3000gt that changes the ESC from sport to touring is stuck and I am trying to find a part #. We have no dealers anywhere in our area. Please help!

Asked by Dec 30, 2014 at 04:31 PM about the 1994 Mitsubishi 3000GT 2 Dr SL Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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113,265

Might be best to find a donor car to get the switch out of. I have taken these old switches apart and freed them up before. Might be something else to try.

6,175

get ahold of http://3swarehouse.com ... they have all the used parts and new parts you could want,, theres also www.ninjaperformance.com/ both great shops

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6,175

what makes you think its stuck though is it because when you push it you can feel that its stuck or are you thinking that its stuck because when you push it, that its still in the same mode ? if its the latter then its not your switch its the ECS computer or a broken wire in the ECS caps ontop of the struts,, theres a diagnostic that you can do to figure out exactly what the issue is,,, but 9 outta 10 times its a broken wire to one or more of the strut caps,,, if its the computer or a broken wire I suggest you unplug the computer in the hatch area before it takes your ECU out ,, has been known to happen plenty of times because it sends surges to the ECU and fries it

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