Mitsubishi Repair and Maintenance
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Mitsubishi ProblemsLoose or Broken Crankshaft Pulley Bolt
The crankshaft pulley bolt may become loose or break causing loss of power steering operation and other related engine accessories. Some of these vehicles may be involved in a recall for this issue. Our technicians tell us that an updated bolt may be available. Replacing as necessary and properly torquing the crankshaft bolt will commonly correct this issue.
The AC may not blow cold air due to a failed pressure switch. A failed switch will require replacement to restore proper AC operation.
Erratic HVAC blower motor operation may be caused by a failed blower motor and/or blower motor resistor. Our technicians tell us that if the blower motor resistor fails the blower motor should be checked. If the blower motor fails its functional test in should be replaced along with the failed blower motor resistor.
Mitsubishi QuestionsMy car gauges says neutral but is in park and has power but wont start (1 answer)
Just get nose frm heater core and gauge resets
I have ruled out fuses and relays. I suspect it may be my switch. About how much with a switch cost me? I also tried changing the bulbs that didn't work either.
There is no skid plate happens only once in awhile almost sounds at times like wind going through plastic
Mitsubishi RecallsEngine And Transmission Hesitate During Acceleration
The vehicle may hesitate when commanded to accelerate. Dealers will reprogram the continuously variable transmission (CVT) control unit with modified software free of charge to resolve the concern.
The transmission fluid hose for the continuously variable transmission may have clamps that are not properly secure, resulting in a fluid leak. Dealers will inspect the hose clamps and correct their installation free of charge to resolve the concern.
The front lower control arms may corrode and detach from the vehicle cross member. Dealers will inspect the front cross members and either apply a sealing anti-corrosion agent or replace the front cross member depending on the severity of existing corrosion free of charge to resolve the concern.