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2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse Turn Signal Light Assembly - Front Right TYC Products

P311-199AED9    12-5133-00  New

MR496326 , MI2531108

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$8.84
TYC Products Turn Signal Light Assembly  Front Right
  • TYC Turn Signal Light Assembly
  • California Proposition 65: WARNING - This product can expose you to chemicals including chromium (hexavalent compounds), which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov Components Included: Complete Assembly Other Side: 12-5134-00 To 01/2002
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    • California Proposition 65: Warning - This Product Can Expose You To Chemicals Including Chromium (hexavalent Compounds), Which Are Known To The State Of California To Cause Cancer And Birth Defects Or Other Reproductive Harm. For More Information Go To Www.p65warnings.ca.gov
    • Other Side: 12-5134-00
Brand: TYC Products
Position: Front Right
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2001 - Mitsubishi Eclipse Front Right
LKQ
1996 Mitsubishi Mighty Max Turn Signal Light Assembly - Front Right LKQ

P311-3A04EC4    MI2531101  New

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$14.65
LKQ Turn Signal Light Assembly  Front Right
  • Mounted in bumper
  • PASSENGER SIDE FRONT SIGNAL LIGHT ASSEMBLY; IN THE BUMPER
Brand: LKQ
Position: Front Right
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1996 - Mitsubishi Mighty Max Front Right
LKQ
1996 Mitsubishi Mighty Max Turn Signal Light Assembly - Front Left LKQ

P311-04BCDD8    MI2530101  New

Qty:
$14.65
LKQ Turn Signal Light Assembly  Front Left
  • Mounted in bumper
  • DRIVER SIDE FRONT SIGNAL LIGHT ASSEMBLY; IN THE BUMPER
Brand: LKQ
Position: Front Left
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Vehicle Position
1996 - Mitsubishi Mighty Max Front Left
LKQ
1999 Mitsubishi Montero Sport Turn Signal Light Assembly - Front Right LKQ

P311-06CA8F8    MI2531111  New

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$16.91
LKQ Turn Signal Light Assembly  Front Right
  • Mounted in bumper
  • PASSENGER SIDE FRONT SIGNAL LIGHT ASSEMBLY; IN THE BUMPER
Brand: LKQ
Position: Front Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1999 - Mitsubishi Montero Sport Front Right
LKQ
1999 Mitsubishi Montero Sport Turn Signal Light Assembly - Front Left LKQ

P311-5F5BEA6    MI2530111  New

Qty:
$16.91
LKQ Turn Signal Light Assembly  Front Left
  • Mounted in bumper
  • DRIVER SIDE FRONT SIGNAL LIGHT ASSEMBLY; IN THE BUMPER
Brand: LKQ
Position: Front Left
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1999 - Mitsubishi Montero Sport Front Left
LKQ
2002 Mitsubishi Eclipse Turn Signal Light Assembly - Front Right LKQ - Value Line

P311-079360D    MI2531108V  New

Qty:
$4.98
LKQ Turn Signal Light Assembly  Front Right
  • Mounted in bumper
  • PASSENGER SIDE FRONT SIGNAL LIGHT ASSEMBLY; IN THE BUMPER; TO
  • Value Line
  • PRODUCTION DATE 01/2002
Brand: LKQ
Position: Front Right
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2002 - Mitsubishi Eclipse Convertible Front Right
LKQ
2002 Mitsubishi Eclipse Turn Signal Light Assembly - Front Right LKQ - Platinum Plus

P311-214C191    MI2531108  New

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$5.80
LKQ Turn Signal Light Assembly  Front Right
  • Mounted in bumper
  • PASSENGER SIDE FRONT SIGNAL LIGHT ASSEMBLY; IN THE BUMPER; TO
  • Platinum Plus
  • PRODUCTION DATE 01/2002
Brand: LKQ
Position: Front Right
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2002 - Mitsubishi Eclipse Convertible Front Right
LKQ
2002 Mitsubishi Eclipse Turn Signal Light Assembly - Front Left LKQ - Value Line

P311-01905AC    MI2530108V  New

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$4.98
LKQ Turn Signal Light Assembly  Front Left
  • Mounted in bumper
  • DRIVER SIDE FRONT SIGNAL LIGHT ASSEMBLY; IN THE BUMPER; TO
  • Value Line
  • PRODUCTION DATE 01/2002
Brand: LKQ
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Body Position
2002 - Mitsubishi Eclipse Convertible Front Left
LKQ
2002 Mitsubishi Eclipse Turn Signal Light Assembly - Front Left LKQ - CAPA Certified

P311-27DCEC6    MI2530108C  New

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$16.11
LKQ Turn Signal Light Assembly  Front Left
  • Mounted in bumper
  • DRIVER SIDE FRONT SIGNAL LIGHT ASSEMBLY; IN THE BUMPER; TO
  • CAPA Certified
  • PRODUCTION DATE 01/2002
Brand: LKQ
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Body Position
2002 - Mitsubishi Eclipse Convertible Front Left
LKQ
2002 Mitsubishi Eclipse Turn Signal Light Assembly - Front Left LKQ - Value Line

P311-01905AC    MI2530108V  New

Qty:
$4.98
LKQ Turn Signal Light Assembly  Front Left
  • Bumper mounted
  • DRIVER SIDE FRONT SIGNAL LIGHT ASSEMBLY; IN THE BUMPER; TO
  • Value Line
  • PRODUCTION DATE 01/2002
Brand: LKQ
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Body Position
2002 - Mitsubishi Eclipse GS Hatchback Front Left

Latest Mitsubishi Repair and Turn Signal Installation Advice

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Headlight/turn signal Issue 2006 Mitsubishi Outlander

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Question From nkschaibly on Headlight/turn signal Issue 2006 Mitsubishi Outlander

About 6 months ago I replaced my low beam headlight. It went out again. I bought a replacement bulb, but it doesn't work. Could this be a fuse issue? if so, does the Outlander have a fuse for each headlight?

Here's the second problem -- sometimes (not all the time!), when I put on my turn signal, my emergency flashers come on inside the car on the dash...however, on the outside, you only see the turn signal.

Thanks

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

There is a separate fuse for each headlamp. Would be nice to know if your having problems with the left or right low beam headlamp.

Not sure why the hazard indicators are coming on when your using the turn signals. The hazard switch is used to tell two ECUs (electronic control units), one in the column and another that is part of the fuse panel that the hazard switch is pressed. Someone is going to have to diagnose that problem when it is occurring while monitoring inputs to both those modules.

Response From nkschaibly

Thanks! I did check my manual this morning and saw there are separate fuses for each of the lights and the high and low beams and that was the problem -- low beam fuse was blown.

I'll work on the other issue. It doesn't seem to be causing any issues--as long as my turn signal is on outside, I can deal with the flashers on the dashboard!

blinker lights stopped working mitsubishi mirage 2001

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Question From dtice on blinker lights stopped working mitsubishi mirage 2001


STATS: Automatic, 97,000 miles


On my mitsubishi mirage 2001, the blinkers stopped working entirely. The back lights, and the dash light also went out. But I took it in and had the fuses changed.

This fixed the dash light and the back light, but the blinker lights are still not working.

Any ideas or is this a mysterious electrical problem?

Response From Sidom

If you've just had your car into a shop for diagnose & repair, you could call them and ask about your turn signals.

There is a turn signal/hazard unit under the left side of the dash you could check.

Does your hazard lights work?

Response From dtice



Yeah, strangely, the hazard lights work entirely . How do I get into the dash?
Could it be the flasher relay?

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

If your hazards are working, more than likely the relay is ok. I believe on that system its an electronic relay that controls both the turn signals & hazards.

The best way would be to get a wiring diagram and check power going into & coming out of the combination switch (turn signal switch on the column). Although not impossible, I haven't seen too many of these electronic units go bad, most of the time it's in the combination switch (on the few moving parts in the system)

Unfortunately I can't post anything out of my data base but if you need a diagram of the system, maybe one of the other guys can hook you up when they see this.......

Response From dtice

Could a faulty relay affect the blinkers, but not the hazard lights?




"The best way would be to get a wiring diagram and check power going into & coming out of the combination switch (turn signal switch on the column)."

Is this something a relative layman could do? Or should I get an electrician to take a look?


Thanks for the advice!

Response From Sidom


Could a faulty relay affect the blinkers, but not the hazard lights?
That's not likely although nothing is impossible, you could price one and get the parts store to show you the location in their data base and then make the decision on the price to whether it's worth the gamble if it doesn't work

Is this something a relative layman could do? Or should I get an electrician to take a look? If you aren't familiar with automotive electrical and column disassembly then it may be better to take it into a shop to have it diag'd & repaired


Thanks for the advice! You're welcome, good luck & happy turkey day

Response From dtice

"If you aren't familiar with automotive electrical and column disassembly then it may be better to take it into a shop to have it diag'd & repair"

I'll probably bring it into a shop. Thanks for helping me rule out the possibilities. It's nice to have some background on it before I entrust a shop!

Happy Turkey day to you too! :-)

Turn signals and Hazard flashers shut off.

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Question From parkerkoons on Turn signals and Hazard flashers shut off.

2002
Mitsubishi
Lancer
2.0L /4 cylinder
135,xxx miles

Hi! I've been trying to figure out what is wrong with my car here this past week - hopefully you know more than I do about it!

So here's what's wrong:

The turn signals and hazard flasher shut off randomly in my 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer.

What I've done about it:

1) I located and replaced the hazard signal fuse.(10 amp fuse located in the engine compartment). When I did this in the beginning the fuse would snap after a couple of minutes of use of my turn signals. Now it snaps instantly when I touch the fuse to the terminal.
2) I purchased and ECT 2000 short circuit/open circuit detector. When I test the fuse terminal for the hazard flashers the ECT 2000 does not detect a short.... At this point I am very confused and frustrated because I thought for sure there was a short somewhere in the circuit.
3) I pulled out every single fuse in the engine compartment as well as all of the fuses inside the car. All of them are just fine. I also looked for any other fuse that could be related to the turn signals in the owners manual; to my knowledge no such thing exists for this car.

What I think could be wrong:

Right now I'm thinking that it could be the Turn signal relay, but the thing is I cannot find it. I've scoured the owner's manual as well as the internet for this information. I'm beginning to think there is no turn signal relay for this car... I'm in dire need of help. Can someone tell me what is wrong with my car?

Response From Hammer Time

It appears that the flasher/relay is built into the ECU.



Response From parkerkoons Top Rated Answer

It appears that the flasher/relay is built into the ECU.




Thanks for the input! I'll try that out.

97' Mitsubishi Galant Right Signal always on

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Question From Lasherž on 97' Mitsubishi Galant Right Signal always on

Hey guys,

I've got a 1997 Mitsubishi Galant ES Edition (~97k miles) and I was hoping to get some troubleshooting advice for a turn signal problem that started up yestereday please.

How it happened and description:
I was driving on the interstate and everything was pretty normal except that it was raining very hard. I needed to pass someone so I turned on my left turn signal. At that moment I noticed that my left turn signal didn't come on, in fact it was my right turn signal that had. After this there was no position on the stick that would allow me to have anything other than a right turn signal (including the middle setting), although the stick seemed to behave regularly (same stopping points and my brights still worked along with every headlight setting controlled by that stick). The only thing I could do to avoid looking like one of those people that forgets their turn signals on for 50 miles is to turn my hazard lights on. Since there's different ways that a right turn signal can be "stuck on" I'll elaborate: It's ticking as it would if I was using my right turn signal, but I can't turn it off, nor does the left turn signal come on when I move the stick to that position.

What I've tried: The next day after a little research I went inside the fuse box near the driver side knee area and checked for a signal relay, but they had a plastic piece in there so it couldn't have been that. I went to Autozone and the guy there told me that I should check the flasher, doing a little more research and searching around I was able to find it inside my dash and took that in for a replacement. They had a generic that fit the slot so I got that and unfortunately when I tried it I was greeted with a right turn signal yet again. The only real difference is that the generic flasher ticks faster than the one that came with the car but I'm sure there's nothing special about that. I also checked the turn signal fuse and everything appeared fine, just in case I replaced it with a spare to no avail. Under the fuse box in the engine compartment it doesn't seem like anything in there is relevant, however there's so many abbreviations that i'm not familiar with it'd be pretty hard to tell short of taking all of the fuses out with the car running.

Is there anything else that I'm missing? I'm a little intimidated by the bunches of wires near the steering wheel so I haven't checked for nicks and severed wires. I feel like I'm flying blind so I'd like to get a little expert help before I move on to the next fidgeting step. I got the car used a few years ago and the service manual wasn't included.

I would greatly appreciate any leads or knowledgable posts about how the turn signal system works in my particular car. I'll do my best to keep you guys updated on the progress of my repair.

Thanks guys (and gals),
Jamison

Response From nickwarner

A haynes manual won't help anything for a wiring diagram. They are terrible. You would need alldata to have the right wiring info, but I do think with your lack of knowledge of how electrical systems work you wouldn't be able to interpret the data in any useful way. Not trying to be condescending in any way, but a man needs to know his limits. Could be a bad turn signal switch, but it might be worth having a pro troubleshoot it for whatever they charge for a diagnostic fee. If you think the estimate is too high for what needs to be repaired you can decline the work and pay for the diagnosis. Then let us know what has been determined to be at fault and we can tell you how to fix it yourself if you are up to the challenge.

Response From Lasherž

Hey nickwarner, I appreciate the reply.

I did a lot more research today and figured out how to remove my signal switch. Once I got it out of the car I was able to use a multimeter and a simple wire diagram with color codes to determine that the switch itself was stuck in the right position. I'm positive that this is the problem now after opening up the switch itself and seeing broken plastic which moves electrical platforms around inside. Being the cheapo that I am I decided to see what I could do with the old one before getting a new switch and was able to get it working again using a cut off nail and a screw with its head half cut off lol. It sounds pretty ghetto -- and it is, but thus far it works for signal changing. They used plastic which was brittle after time had taken its toll and so the metal seems to make it stronger if anything.

The problem I've run into now is that the brights (pull back on the same switch) function is no longer working. It activates the brights, but it can't lock into position so I would have to hold the lever. I'm planning on tackling this on my own until I can get a new switch, but I would really appreciate a wire diagram breakdown for the headlight circuitry. I took a look at one on autozone's website, but they combine it with other parts that I'm not familiar with so it's very confusing. Mainly what I'm interested in is the color of the power wire coming in and out of the bright's function. This way I can use the multimeter much more effectively.

I'm definitely pretty nooby on this specific type of electronics, but in the pursuit of my other hobbies I've hooked up many stereo units and fixed amplifiers so I'm definitely willing to learn if nothing else. I tend to get overwhelmed quick but when I finally do get to the other side I'm a changed man you could say :)

Anyone that could provide the colors of the positive and negative wire for the brights toggle on the signal switch would make my life a lot easier and earn my gratitude. Thanks in advance for any replies guys!

Eek, typoed on your name -- sorry if you saw this before the edit.

Response From Hammer Time

Hey Mcgyver, maybe you could use a banana to power the headlights.

Response From Lasherž Top Rated Answer

Haha, thanks Hammer Time. Maybe, but my alternator already has enough trouble charging my battery without the banana implant. Galants (and from what I saw from my step sister's Eclipse, most mitsubishis) don't come with very wide belts for the alternator so I get squeals from time to time.

I'm happy to say that my car is back on the road. The odd contraption stood up to a test drive and I figured out that the only reason the brights weren't staying on is because I didn't have my regular lights on at the time, doh!

I did use your images (which are worlds better than the autozone ones) for my multimeter tests to confirm before plugging it into the car, so I definitely appreciate them :)

One more question and it's not a big one. Where did you get those images? Those are really great if it's from a free source.

Problem solved, I'll definitely be coming back (hopefully not too soon though).

Thanks guys,
Jamison

Response From Hammer Time

www.Alldata.com but they are definitely not free. You can get a subscription for one vehicle pretty reasonable from www.Alldatadiy.com

brake lights

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Question From ljpark on brake lights

Mitsubishi Galant 2003
Today the brake lights quit (ok so we noticed it today) but all other lights are working including the brake light in the back window. So what could be causing the problem? The fuses appear to be good.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

If the 3rd "high mount" brake light is working properly, that would mean that your problem is in the turn signal switch. The 2 lower lights "only" pass through that switch so the turn signal can cancel the brake lights when necessary.

Response From ljpark

would the turn signals still work then? My husband seems to think it has to be something with the wiring in the trunk area.

Response From Hammer Time

OK, why ask us then?
Let us know when he gets it fixed.