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Mitsubishi head change

Due to the elimination of the accumulator in the 4G69 engine cylinder head, the mounting hole has also been eliminated.


Real Time Traffic jam

This TSB applies to 2011-2012 Mitsubishi Outlander and Lancer based vehicles equipped with Real Time Traffic (RTT) feature (Navigation MZ360390EX).


Mitsubishi remote start change

The three-button remote engine start transmitter on 2009 ½ and later Mitsubishi Galant, 2010 –2012 Eclipse/Eclipse Spyder, 2009 and later Endeavor, Outlander and Lancer models was superceded to a five-button remote (P/N MZ360361EX).


Mitsu shift flare

Some Mitsubishi owners may complain of a shift flare when shifting from second to third gear.


Ragtop operation

When diagnosing DTC B1304 on 2007 and later Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder vehicles, the convertible top position switch assembly is located at the driver’s side rotary actuator.


Low-fuel misfire

A low-fuel misfire DTC can be set on 1995-present Mitsubishi vehicles, due to fuel aeration caused by low fuel level. This possible cause has been added to the diagnosis procedures for these DTCs.


Brake shims reduced on Mitsu

Service manual revisions have been made for brake service on 2008-2009 Mitsubishi Lancers built from early October 2008. This bulletin also applies to earlier models where the shims are replaced with new parts.


Shocker: Mitsubishi revises high voltage wire inspection

Mitsubishi has released a revised high voltage wire inspection/service procedure to its service manual for the 2012 I-MiEV vehicle.


Can’t pop the top on Eclipse

If a malfunction of the convertible top position switch is found on 2007 and later Mitsubishi Eclipse vehicles with DTC B1304, the top position switch is located at the driver’s side rotary actuator.


Mitsubishi key can’t remember

Owners of 2008 Mitsubishi Outlander, 2008-2009 Lancer and 2008 Lancer Evolution vehicles built prior to May 2008 may complain that they are unable to operate the Keyless Operation System (KOS) using the F.A.S.T. key feature.

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