Mitsubishi Eclipse Recalls
The passenger side sun visor may detach if it is in the down position in an accident, and the passenger front air bag is deployed. This could increase the risk of injury in an accident.
The anti-lock brake system unit may have internal corrosion, which can cause the brakes to not function properly, increasing risk of a crash.
In the event of a crash, fuel may leak in the fuel tank area, increasing the risk of a fire.
The shifter of the vehicle has a mechanism called the interlock system that keeps the key from being able to be removed unless the shifter is in park. There is a cable that links the key lock and the floor shifter. This cable was improperly manufactured on some vehicles, which allows the key to be removed regardless of shifter position.
The frame of the vehicle is supported by cross members that add structural stability to the vehicle. One such cross member is positioned between the front wheels in the front of the vehicle. This cross member supports the front suspension components. On some vehicles, the cross member in the front may be weak due to thin metal at the time of part manufacturing. If this member fractured, a loss of vehicle control may result.
The brake master cylinder may fail, increasing the risk of a crash.
The power brake booster may fail, resulting in complete loss of braking ability and increasing the risk of a crash.
A fuel leak may develop at the fuel return hose fitting at the fuel pump. A fuel leak always increases the risk of a fire.
The fuel pressure may be too high, resulting in a fuel leak from the return hose.