2010 Mitsubishi Lancer Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer
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2010 Mitsubishi Lancer ProblemsHard or no start condition due to worn camshaft sensor support
A hard or no start condition with fault codes P0335 and/or P0340 stored in the powertrain control module (PCM) may be due to abnormal wear of the camshaft position sensor support. Our technicians tell us a revised sensor support is available to correct this issue.
It is not uncommon for the clear coat paint to develop white spots and begin peeling. In most cases Mitsubishi will not cover out of warranty repairs for this condition.
An engine overheating condition may develop due to a failed radiator cooling fan controller. The failed controller should be replaced to correct this issue.
2010 Mitsubishi Lancer QuestionsWhy is my cat over heating and why does it have oil on the filter ? (1 answer)
My car over heated when I was going some where and then when I got him and checked my filter had oil on it , a lot
Is this an easy fix with a part? maybe a fuse going out? money is tight. Please help.
My car is reeving really high when I start it. It seems to be ok once I get going but drops a little low if I stop at lights. My radio keeps going off but then comes back on again. When I turned my car lights on at night the radio cuts out but then comes back on
2010 Mitsubishi Lancer RecallsHeater And Air Conditioning System Fan Failure
The ventilation system blower motor may fail. This can cause reduced visibility because of windows fogging up due to a lack of defroster operation. The dealership will replace the blower motor free of charge to correct this concern.
The electronic control unit (ECU) may fail, causing failure of the headlights, tail lights and windshield wipers. This could cause visibility problems for the driver, as well as others seeing the vehicle. The affected ECU will be replaced free of charge by the dealership to correct the problem.
The pulleys that the drive the alternator, cooling fan and power steering pump mounted on the engine may experience unusual wear, resulting in the drive belt coming off. Dealers will replace the belt and any worn pulleys free of charge to resolve the concern.