Question about 2005 Mitsubishi Lancer
Pull the shifter out of the transmission and look for unusual wear.
Posted on Jul 10, 2017
The high viscosity ensures transfer of lubricant throughout the gear train. Some modern automatic trans-axles (integrated transmission and differential) do not use a heavy oil at all, but lubricate with the lower viscosity hydraulic fluid, which is available within the automatic transmission.
Posted on Jul 10, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have them flush the fluid out under warranty and put in new fluid, and have them bleed the clutch lines in case air is getting in there. Audi and VW claim lifetime transmission fluid but it's BS - I've changed relatively low mile fluid from these cars and it was horrendous. It's possible that the fluid itself is causing trouble, but it's more likely that it is a synchro problem. If it was a clutch issue, you should have problems with more than just reverse gear - a clutch simply engages and disengages the engine and transmission, regardless of which gear it is. The problem (if not fixed by fluid) is in the transmission, and being under warranty, don't accept another "suggestion" like they're giving you. Changing your clutch isn't gonna do it.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
i dont think so. most evo have different headlight shape than the ralliart, but my advice will be go to cardomain.com and look at evos or something or sign up and ask around. some very nice ppl on there for helpful info.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
Repair manual I can help with. Don't have access to an owners manual at present.
Go to Autozone.com
Go up to the top right, and click on Become A Member.
Membership is almost instantaneous, and you won't receive garbage email, or have your information given out.
After you are logged in, go up to the top left, and click on Manage My Vehicles.
It's pretty self-explanatory from there. (You choose, Year, Make, Model, Engine)
Then you will be on the -> Edit Vehicle Information page. (Home>My Zone>Manage My Vehicles>Edit Vehicle Information)
Go to the left column, scroll down with your eyes to -> Vehicle Repair Guides, and click on it.
On the next page are the different categories.
Feel free to rate my solution. Thanks.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
The transmission oil needs to be changed about every 30 to 35 thousand miles, the fluid and filter has to be changed and all the fluid needs to be changed. Over time the bands and clutches wear and it plugs the filter which starves the transmission for fluid thus causing overheating and damage to the transmission, All cars require this service as cars run metal is shaved off the parts and lap in to fit this material will get into the oil and cause premature failure of the transmission, just like not changing the oil in the engine. You don't change it and you destroy the engine. You should add Lucas Transmission oil conditioner as well, this softens the bands and clutches and helps the rubber seals stay pliable. I am a certified master mechanic for cars and trucks, and if you want the car to run for a long time you want to change the oil. Read your owners manual and it will have the service mileage for it. Not changing the oil can cost you $4000.00 so a $150.00 oil change is much cheaper. If you don't have an owner’s manual call your local dealer and ask them they will verify what I am telling you. Also the transmisson oi is ra threw the radiator and if the oil is getting hot it will make the ac to under perform it will not get as cool. Thanks for your time and if this helped you please rate me.
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
I hate to point out the obvious - but are you sure it is a 4g13 engine? That is mitsubishi's 1.3l engine. Your profile has no info saying what country you are from - but I think all 2005 mitsubish lancer engines will be >1.3L
There is a 4g93 1.8l dohc engine.
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
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