Resources for the Repair and Maintenance of your 1994 Mitsubishi Expo LRV
1994 Mitsubishi Expo LRV
1994 Mitsubishi Expo LRV Problems
The seat belts may not properly retract due to an internal fault with the retractor mechanism. Replacement of the seat belt retractor would be required to correct this concern.
Failures of the automatic transmission related to the torque converter have been reported. Our technicians tell us that replacement of the failed torque converter will generally correct these issues.
1994 Mitsubishi Expo LRV Questions and Answers
I need to replace a starter for the car
I believe my Transaxle could be going out. I need some suggestions.Or how I can repair it myself. I have no reverse, with overdrive off seems to be fine. With it on, it slips at 35 miles per hour a...
How do i fix this??
cant figuire whats wrong with my 1994 expo.engine starts and idles but wont go. wont back up or anything.i heard it could be a tourque converter. do you know where this is located? i have a cell ph...
1994 Mitsubishi Expo LRV Reviews
Parents bought the 95 Expo and I inherited the car when I left to college. The car is still kicking along with 170,000 and counting. The transmission was rebuilt at around 80,000 and replaced it with a used transmission at around 110,000 and I haven't had any major issues since. The engine is a underpowered and it can be felt when their are 4 or more passengers.
With 112000 miles on it, our LRV has been a very reliable car. The weak spot seems to be electrcal issues. Heater fan failed 2X, driver side power window failed 3X, pass window failed 2X and headlights wiring at fuse box failed. The A/T failed at 109000 but was rebuilt and is reliable again. This vehicle is very flexible and easy to drive. I would buy another one when this one is finished.