Life with a Mitsubishi Cedia: Fixing AC switch & projector headlights

One major peeve was a malfunctioning AC button on the dash. It needed about 10 presses to switch off or on the AC.

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With the lockdown easing, the car was back on the roads

It continued its duties as home movers, helping shift utilities for a friend

Had an incident with a curb and it won, leaving the front skirt damaged.

Off came the bumper and skirt to fix it

The air dam was the only dirty part left in the front.

It also had red overspray from the previous time the bumper was painted

Everything was cleaned and returned to the pristine state

The bumper put together and ready for re-assembly

There was a lot of water ingress in both headlights recently so they came apart to find and fix the root cause. Turns out the glue around the lens was fine, water ingress was from the headlight cap in the back

Oh well, the headlights were reassembled too

A similar treatment for the left headlight

Improved rear headlight caps with zero chance of water ingress

Up and running again!

Sometime a few years ago, I picked up a stock of Cedia exhaust from a giveaway at TBHP. With so much boredom happening around the lockdown, I decided to see what I could do with it.

This is how it was given to me

A lot of rust, paint overspray, and whatnot. Took my time cleaning it, it’s as good as new, a worthy display piece in my garage.

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