Mitsubishi Lancer 2005 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Mitsubishi Lancer 2005 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Mitsubishi Lancer 2005: How much will a cam belt replacement cost?
Typically it’s around $500.
Used Mitsubishi Lancer review: 2002-2007
The Lancer has been a steady and sturdy presence on the local market for many years; in that time it has gained a reputation for being a loyal and reliable friend, if not the most exciting one.Read More
Mitsubishi Lancer adds to Takata airbag recall
Lancer and Evolution models are now being recalled as a precautionary measure by Mitsubishi because of Takata airbag shrapnel risk.Read More
Used Mitsubishi Lancer review: 1995-2014
Japanese designed and built to a high quality, Mitsubishi Lancer is at the forefront in the reliability stakes, so has long been popular on the used-car scene in Australia.The Lancer began life as a ...Read More
Used Mitsubishi Lancer review: 1995-2012
Mitsubishi Lancer is a small to medium Japanese car designed and made to a high quality, making it one of the leaders in the reliability stakes.Read More
Mitsubishi Lancer 2005: Squeaky fan belt
In the old days mechanics would probably apply a little grease like Vaseline to the belt and send you on your way, and you could try the same, but I reckon yours might need to be re-tensioned or it might even need a new belt. If you install a new belt, re-tension it after about 1000 km because it will stretch a little in the first few kays.
Mitsubishi Lancer 2005: Noisy start-up
THERE shouldn't be any rattling noises when you start a car, whether it's a Lancer or any other brand. The noise could come from a valve lifter that is taking an unusual amount of time to pump up. Sludge in the engine could be affecting the supply of oil to the lifters. Or the problem could be caused by incorrect oil used at service or, in the worst case, a lack of proper servicing.