I have received more value than one could expect, based on the price I paid for the car
I have a 2000 Diamante Mitsubishi that is failing to provide me with heat. The heat core was replaced in 2009. When the heat dial is place at every level, the air ratio increases and just blows cold air. Oh, the air conditioning works fine.
Can anyone tell me what the problem is and where I need to go to repair the problem, so I can get some heat in my car? It is cold out here. The seat warmer is working fine.
In addition, my Traction Control (TCL) just illuminated; should I take it to a dealer or can I fix the problem myself? The car has over 109,998 miles on the odometer.
I had the car since 2000, and I am the original owner. Since purchasing the vehicle, I have invested a vast amount of money for maintenance, and so far, it has paid off for me. The problem I am experiencing is something that comes with age. The older the car, the more attention it will require from time to time.
The good thing about being the original owner is, I am able to show proof of every bit of maintenance that was done on the car. I have a 2 1/2 inch binder, where I keep all of the receipts of the work, which was completed on the car, a historical file. This way, I am knowledgeable as to what needs to be done, and when it needs to be done.
I would recommend the same approach to every new or old car owner; start keeping your own records.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 12th January, 2011