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Why Mercedes have a power loss after running out of diesel?

January 3rd, 2011 · No Comments

I ran out of diesel. When I filled the tank, I primed the pump with the manual primer but the car has about 1/2 power and crawls up hills. The mechanic says its the injection pump.
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MITSUBISHI PAJERO VEHICLE ALARM FITTING INSTRUCTIONS

August 31st, 2008 · No Comments

Position the compact alarms and the sirens in the engine compartment, on the support of the passenger’s side shock absorber. Pass the cables through the original core hitch located in the bulkhead that divides the engine compartment and the passenger’s compartment, passenger’s side.
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Mitsubishi Motor Multi Use Tester Owner’s Manual

June 29th, 2008 · No Comments

This manual explains M.U.T.-III: functions, operating procedures, and other related information. By reading this manual you will obtain a basic understanding of M.U.T.-III and Vehicle Communication Interface (hereafter abbreviated as V.C.I.) functions and methods of operation. Because there are differences in M.U.T.-III methods of operation due to the vehicle electronic control system, be sure to read this manual and Online Help prior to operation.
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MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER XLS 2.4 litre automatic Roadtest Report

June 29th, 2008 · No Comments

The compact all wheel drive (AWD) market has enjoyed particularly healthy sales in recent times with a number of new and very good offerings competing for a share of sales. One of the latest releases is an all-new wagon called the Outlander, that Mitsubishi intends to market as an ‘adventure picnicker’. While it is set to replace the iO, which is currently in run-out mode, the Outlander is a larger vehicle that provides significantly more interior space.
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Mitsubishi Outlander New Models

June 27th, 2008 · No Comments

Mitsubishi Outlander has been designed to complement even the most active of lifestyles. It’s as versatile as you want it to be. Optional third row seats allow you the flexibility of carrying up to 7 people. While the unique electric fold-and-tumble rear seats can automatically provide a cavernous cargo area. A split fold tailgate provides a low and flat entry to the rear, making loading a breeze. As big on innovative features as it is on style, Outlander is brimming with sophisticated technology.
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Mitsubishi V6 Plenum Removal Guide for 8G Galant’s & 3G Eclipse’s

June 22nd, 2008 · No Comments

Tools required:
• ratchet with 10mm, 12mm, & 14mm sockets
• spark plug socket (17mm??)
• 3″ & 9″ extensions for ratchet
• pliers ‐ one regular and one needle nose
• jewelers flathead screwdriver
• can of compressed air or air hose (optional)
• can of carburetor cleaner
• clean rags and newspaper
• one quart size plastic bottle like motor oil or a sturdy piece of wood or simular about that height used to prop up the air intake plenum
• security code (if you have stock radio)
• one tiewrap if you have to cut the one under air intake hose (optional)
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Towing Guide for Mitsubishi Motors

June 21st, 2008 · No Comments

Whether you want to tow a trailer, caravan, horse float or boat, the Mitsubishi Pajero is the vehicle for the job. With a towing capacity of 2500kg, sure-footed stance and ample power the Pajero can safely and capably tow a wide range of trailers. Mitsubishi Motors’ Parts and Accessory division is able to supply towing equipment specifically designed for the Pajero and that meets all the relevant Australian Design Rules and Standards.
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Mitsubishi Colt XLS hatchback Road Test Report

June 20th, 2008 · No Comments

As the popular Mirage disappears from Mitsubishi’s local line-up, the Colt nameplate returns, ready to battle it out in the premium small car sector. Its stylish “mono-box” design, (more compact people mover than hatchback), features a panoramic front screen and upright abbreviated tail. Only one drivetrain is on offer for our market – the 1.5litre MIVEC four cylinder mated to Mitsubishi’s automatic INVECS III CVT (continuously variable transmission).
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Mitsubishi Colt Rodeo E-brochure

June 20th, 2008 · No Comments

Colt Rodeo: There is life after work
If you like rugged reliability, appreciate thoroughbred performance and admire state-of–the-art engineering, you’ll love the Colt Rodeo. Built for those who work to live rather than live to work. So if you are looking for a status symbol, a recreational vehicle or a tireless workhorse the Colt rodeo is the one for you.
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Mitsubishi Lancer

June 19th, 2008 · No Comments

Every effort has been made to ensure that the contents of this publication were accurate and up-to-date at the time of going to press. The right is reserved to change specifications, partnumbers and features without prior notice. To avoid any misunderstandings your Mitsubishi Motors dealer will advise of any alterations made since the date of issue of this brochure. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means, without the prior written permission of Mitsubishi Motors Europe B.V.. Some of the products or vehicles shown in the brochure may differ from the models available in your market.
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