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I know some models have a square panel you remove on drivers side to get to one fuse box and some have fuses behind the glove box.

Mitsubishi Cars... | Answered 3 days ago

I you have a owners manual you might look in it to see if it tells if you have a cabin air filter.
I have changed them in several vehicles in my time and the one's I changed was behind the right hand glove box or right side under dash/glove box area. I think I would take a look in that area. I put a couple link which may help but are not for Adventure.

Mitsubishi Cars... | Answered on Jan 14, 2020

Is glx 2016 Mitsubishi adventure have a cabin air filter? If have, where is it located?

1990 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Jan 14, 2020

Nobody is going to send you 125 pages of wiring diagrams. Beside, you didn't provide enough info for someone to do that even if they wanted to.

See this post on how to get a wiring diagram.

Mitsubishi Cars... | Answered on Jan 13, 2020

Check fuses them if all good Google what things aren't working. Did you cut any wire into you. Shorted something try putting a long wire on the battery hot side then take long end of wire to a fuse on one side put the wire then see if the things are working if so is fuse good you have an open you will find it

1995 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Jan 13, 2020

Are you referring to the brake caution light on the instrument panel, or to the brake lights at the rear of the car? If you're referring to the brake caution light, on most cars that light will illuminate if the parking brake is set, if the brake fluid reservoir is low on fluid, or if the brake system detects unequal pressure in the brake lines going to the wheels (leak in one or more lines). You need to check all of these things.

If you're referring to the brake lights at the rear of the vehicle, and you've already determined that the switch is OK, then you may have a problem with having a good ground for the light assemblies, and the running lights are being grounded through the brake light filaments in the bulbs.

Mitsubishi Cars... | Answered on Dec 30, 2019

Two possible causes of the starter failing to disengage - either the starter is seizing internally or the solenoid is remaining energised - checking for a supply to the solenoid when the key is turned off will provide the necessary information - whether to investigate the circuit or whether to remove the starter and service.

Mitsubishi Cars... | Answered on Dec 28, 2019

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