Mighty Max

Clutch Fork and/or Shaft Assembly May Break on Mitsubishi Mighty Max

Problem Description and Possible Solution

The clutch fork and/or shaft assembly may break resulting in loss of clutch operation. Replacement of damaged parts will be necessary to correct this issue.

Problem Data
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Average mileage: 165,375 (103,000–298,000)
5 model years affected: 1991, 1992, 1993, 1995, more1996
15 people reported this problem
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release fork shaft snapped welded it lasted 500 mi then failure found the same tranny used with 86,000
worked great another 500 mi failure same thing.Any ideas
The bolt to the gear shifter broke off and the plastic spacer broke so how do we replace the bolts too the shifter and get a ne web plastic spacer
The clutch fork snapped in two while stopping at stop sign. propelling me into traffic. I was lucky noone was hurt. As far as a fix I cannot find this part anywere or anything online about how to replace besides welding it back together. Any help would be appreiciated.
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My problem with this car is that I replaced the slave clutch not too long ago because while I was driving went to the floor so' I replaced with a new slave clutch which work for a wao then the car was parked for long period of time due to ECM. Now the car start but the slave clutch is down to the floor but is not indication of any leaks. what could be the problem and how can be fix.
Clutch fork broke had it welded and it worked fine for about three days then the pedal hit the floor again now having problems with clutch cable