Mitsubishi Eclipse Problem Report
Mitsubishi Eclipse Wheels may easily be bent or damaged
It is not uncommon for wheels on these vehicles to be very easily bent or otherwise damaged, often to the point of requiring replacement. This can happen even with no apparent damage to the tire.
the rims are easily dent - Visitor
After a number of tires and rims atleast 50 flat tires from 2007 a week after purchasing car it all began i had atleast a couple every month. Eventually getting a new set of tires thinking problems solved after countless more flat tires and countless blowouts resulted in a cracked rim and 2 bent rims . So we purchased a set of 17" rims and had the blown tire replaces well after replacing 4 blown out tires and rims they eventually quit sellin that rim since it went discontinued. I have now upgraded to 18" wheels however I am running a 235/50/r18 tire to allow for possible road hazards that our lil cars crack a rim like girls crack nails. However even after 3 years of crazy incidents im still a happy eclipse owner lol - Smokeynbandit
Front wheels had a balance, shimmy problem. Tire shop balanced both tires and said that rt. front wheel was bent. I rotated bent wheel to rear, problem solved. - Visitor
Afraid to drive/purchase this vehicle since timing belt should have been replaced at 60k mi and...
My timing belt went on my car, and I was fortunate enough to be sitting still idling, so no app...
Wondering if it would be difficult for me to change my own spark plugs on this model. Im no mechanic but I def dont want to pay the $300 plus for this job.
My car has a short-circut main wireharness, it was touching metal and melted and I was wonderin...
How much will it cost to fix cosmetic damages for a dent on bottom of passenger side door (about 8 inches in diameter)
Car door still opens and frame is not damaged. Some paint chipped off and scratches