2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor Repair and Maintenance
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2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor Problems2-3 Shift Flair From Automatic Transmission
The automatic transmission may develop a 2-3 shift flair. This is commonly caused by an internal fault related to the reverse clutch assembly. Replacement of the rear housing and reverse clutch assembly may be required to correct this concern.
The Check Engine Light may illuminate due to one or more engine vacuum leaks. Our technicians tell us these leaks can be caused by damage to seals and/or vacuum hoses as a result of to much ethanol content in the gasoline. Affected hoses and seals must be replaced to correct this concern.
The drivers power seat may not adjust properly or develop a noise issue when adjusting. This is commonly caused by a damaged drive cable which will require replacement.
2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor QuestionsWhere cam i get a book on my car (1 answer)
3 weeks ago check engine on. when to auto zone, and they had very hard time pulling the codes--machine read error. when to another place same thing occured and after trying three different scanners Oreailysgive me one code. It was oxygen sensor.. took to my mechanic and i guess he read his own ...
2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor RecallsRecall 10V065000
The ignition key interlock cable may allow the interlock cam to fall forward, allowing the key to be removed from the ignition when the gearshift lever is not in the park position. If this occurs when the park brake is not applied, the vehicle could roll unexpectedly, increasing the risk of a crash. Dealers will inspect these vehicles and perform the required repairs. This recall is expected to begin July 7, 2008.
The parking brake pedal cable lock nut may not have been tightened to the proper torque specification. The lock nut may loosen and come off, reducing the effectiveness of the parking brake. This could allow the vehicle to roll if the transmission is not placed into the "park" position, increasing the risk of a crash. Dealers will inspect and tighten the parking brake cable lock nut. This recall began on February 24, 2005. The Mitsubishi recall number is SR-05-001.