You name it and its in here. I am the only owner of this vehicle. The new body rides on a new platform. Complete step-by-step instructions, diagram's, illustration's, wiring schematics, and specifications to completely repair your vehicle with ease! All Manuals Are Windows and Mac compatible! Despite its considerable 3,545-pound as equipped — a far-reaching drawback — this is a lot of engine for the Eclipse. I like the interior design, though my test vehicle's color scheme would be too much for some. After this ordeal, I refuse to ever purchase another Mitsubishi. Despite its considerable 3,545-pound as equipped — a far-reaching drawback — this is a lot of engine for the Eclipse.
Read more: The window sticker leaves a positive effect, too. New engines are more powerful nevertheless efficient and are paired with new transmissions. The feature that seemed least likely to survive was, and now is, its defining one: haunches. I then called the finance department to find out about the warranty they said its not covered, I don't know im so mad about this I love the car but hate the people behind it! Also typical of coupes, the backseat is of limited usability. The 2006 isn't quite a return to the sportiness of the early Eclipse generations, but it's a decent compromise for the mass market. Motorist and entrance person find more room. As for infants and wee tots, beware: Even though there are anchors in the backseat, the cushions are contoured in such a way that a child-safety seat might not fit.
This is what gives the V-6 a very broad curve — plenty of grunt from low engine speeds all the way up the tach. What surprised me most is how much range the ever-ready torque gives you to work with, all the way up to the 6,500-rpm redline — even with the standard five-speed-manual transmission. The ride is sports-car firm but livable. For the money, these sport seats do a good job holding you in place, but the driver's only adjusts up and down a couple of inches. That's not a problem here. Two engines are provided: a 162-horsepower several-cylinder and a 263-horsepower V6.
I feel that this is very unprofessional being a customer. It has an old-school iron block, but it's a smooth operator nonetheless. Headroom is decent otherwise, and it seems that the optional makes little or no difference in the headroom dimension, as some moonroofs do. . I experienced some in straight-line acceleration, but not nearly as much as I expected from this. When they weren't squealing, the tires were reasonably quiet, too. I believe due to multiple complaints of the same origin, that this part could be ¿faulty¿ and should be covered under warranty.
I have been driving manual transmission-vehicles for over 13 years and have never had a ¿clutch¿ problem. I was told it was not covered under warranty and they ¿usually¿ replaced the entire clutch due to the bearing causing damage to the clutch assembly itself. Notes: Some vehicles come with several transmission options and could be very confusing. It has an old-school iron block, but it's a smooth operator nonetheless. Factory highly detailed repair manual's, with complete instructions and illustrations, wiring schematics and diagram's to completely service and repair your vehicle.
Obviously, Mitsubishi promises to keep about. The car exhibits some , which also might be exaggerated by the car's weight. Transmission choices on the number of tube area 5-pace guide and a several-rate automatic called a Sportronic. The feature that seemed least likely to survive was, and now is, its defining one: haunches. ¿ I recently returned to the dealership for a ¿previous¿ recall situation that needed to be addressed. Overall, the steering is appropriately weighted with a nicely paired ratio and. The blue-backlit gauges look pretty cool, but blue isn't the most legible color in the spectrum, especially as we age.
It's less forgiving and wouldn't flatter a novice. So recently I've been getting on the freeway in 5th 6th gear and the car is revving but not going, so I went back to the same dealer told them what's up and without even diagnosing the problem said I need a new clutch, I then reminded them I just had it replaced 4 months ago they tried to say it was for something else when in fact I remember him clearly saying you got a brand new clutch. The Mitsubishi Eclipse is a rare creature indeed: one that made the transformation from bold concept car to without becoming dowdy, bland or in any other way regrettably lame. I asked if the part can be replaced and if it was covered under warranty. Buying a used 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse transmission from a non-reliable dealer is an unnecessary risk. Tons of pictures and diagrams at your fingertips!! Mitsubishi uses different tire brands and models of the same size, so if you have any experience with these or other types, email me and tell me how they worked for you. Find your 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse repair manual right now at Chilton.
Get access to our 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse repair information right now, online. The steering wheel tilts but doesn't telescope. Well I never race it I drive to and from work that's about it, oh and the car only has 16500 miles on it. Our 2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse repair manuals include all the information you need to repair or service your 2006 Eclipse, including diagnostic trouble codes, descriptions, probable causes, step-by-step routines, specifications, and a troubleshooting guide. The previous cars I owned prior to the Eclipse purchase have been sold to family and friends and they also have not had any problems with the clutch.
All models, and all engines are included. I found the interior to be rather quiet, though some noise comes from the hatch area. This is what gives the V-6 a very broad curve — plenty of grunt from low engine speeds all the way up the tach. What surprised me most is how much range the ever-ready torque gives you to work with, all the way up to the 6,500-rpm redline — eve. With many close-ratio gearboxes, the redline seems to arrive so quickly, even if the car itself isn't all that swift. The car's athletic appearance comes from rear fenders that recall a cat in a ready-to-pounce stance.