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Mitsubishi Expo LRV Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your Mitsubishi Expo LRV

Mitsubishi Expo LRV Problems

The clutch may fail prematurely requiring replacement. It has been recommended by some that a high quality aftermarket replacement clutch may provide increased longevity over a clutch purchased from the dealer.

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.

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Mitsubishi Expo LRV Questions

All is for 1993 Mitsu Expo LRV, auto. I want to swap a 2.4 engine into my 1.8 Expo LRV. Same year. Mounts seem to be the same. Will transmission bolt up ??

i ran out of gas and then the battery ran down while trying to start it. now it spins but no combustion at all. what can i do? checked the fuel pump and filter but they were fxning. tested plug, no spark at all, i think antitheft my have crippled my car. never used an alarm and had it runnin...

I hear a clicking in the car when I turn the key on and off, is there a cylinoid to the fuel pump that may be bad.

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Mitsubishi Expo LRV Recalls

EXCESS LUBRICATION CAN CAUSE THE RUBBER DOOR LATCH SWITCH COVER TO DEFORM, AND THE DOOR LATCH SWITCH TO MALFUNCTION, SO THAT THE SHOULDER BELT ANCHORAGE WOULD REMAIN AT THE A-PILLAR WHEN THE DOOR WAS CLOSED.

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Mitsubishi Expo LRV Reviews

I am not getting Fire. Changed cap, rotor, battery, distributor and fuel pump too.Considering possible relay or the computer brain to be the culprit, as to why I am not getting fire to start my car. Where is the relay that sends fire/spark?

My Expo LRV was purchased in 9/93 with 13K miles on it . I've had it for 17 years, and In 2010 it has 61K miles and is still in excellent condition. Several parts have been replaced as needed, but the engine still runs like a champ. This car is classic quality and I admire the Mitsubishi designers.

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.

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