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2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse Consumer Discussions


Do I add Freon to the "H" or "L" on the A/C line?...

I just bought a Mits Eclipse 2003 GS Spyder, but suddenly the alarm goes off everytime i open the door! Does anyone know how to off the alarm? Or is there a switch to off it?...

"With the car's 2003 changes, the Eclipse should improve in our eyes, and sales will likely continue to be strong."...

"And no, I don't see Mitsubishi becoming any more than a niche player in the US market. It's never really been as popular as Toyota and Honda, even during the glory days of the Eclipse and the Di...

Im the very proud owner of a 2003 Mitsu Galant GTZ. I traded in my 1995 Mitsu Eclipse GSX with 180,000 trouble free miles on my new Galant in October of 03. I decided to buy the previous generation ...

Most of the people that I see driving around in an eclipse seem to be in the...

All i have to say is that i have a 2000 Eclipse GT and a 2003 Eclipse Spyder GT, and i have been waiting 4 yrs to find a turbo for either car and still nothing so i can say that i am definatly going t...

I bought a used 2003 eclipse for $6750. The dealer wanted $6950 for it. The radio was messed up so he gave me $200 off.The car had 71,000 on it. I purchsed a 1995 many years ago, I paid about $10,000 ...

I had the same problem with my 2003 Eclipse GTS (bought brand new); I found the rear passenger floorboard soaking wet one day. The dealer eventually did a pressure test in order to locate the source ...
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