Question by  cyc (16)

Why is the neutral light flashing on my Mitsubishi?


Answer by  lalallalala (180)

The flashing light in your mistubishi may be from a faulty contact in neutral switch, if that is the case you would need to replace it with new unit.


Answer by  garymarkle (599)

This is because your torque converter has gone bad. This is a fix best done by a reputable mechanic. Torque converters run about 1500 dollars new, however, you can have one rebuilt for about 700 dollars, this should fix the problem and the neutral light will go out for you.


Answer by  chazeloff (324)

In most cases the little annoying light flashing is the transmission telling you it is malfunctioning. Get to the dealer so they can scan it with the factory scanner. Going too long can damage your transmission because when the light starts flashing it puts in limp mode. The problem can be as simple as a speed sensor.


Answer by  xsut (943)

The neutral light on your Mitsubish may be flashing means something is wrong with your transmission most likely. You should have it checked, specifically the fluid for color and odor.


Answer by  neielg (311)

Check your A/T Control Relay switch it might be the cause. You can buy from a dealer shop for about 25 dollars. A/T Control Relay switch located under the passenger's side of the dash.


Answer by  firozbabu (21)

It helps the driver to get start the vehicle without any hardship. This enable the driver to know the state of vehicle before switching off the vehicle or idling

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