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  1. Just found a Technical service letter issued by Mitsubishi Motors Cooperation on Xpander 4A91 engine knocking sound. - Applicable vehicles, phenomenon, cause, relevant parts all the details are available. Read more...... Mitsubishi Xpander 4A91 - Knocking sound from the engine
  2. Hello! This is my first time on a car forum, so bear with me! I’m having trouble starting my 1997 Mitsubishi Montero Sport in the cold. I’m in Alaska so the winters are really cold. At night it reaches the negatives. As far as I know, the previous owners didn’t have trouble starting it in the winter. Yesterday I put gas in my car and when I went to start the car it wouldn’t even try to crank. I got the car jumped later that day and it ran fine, just couldn’t turn it off until I was home. It has an almost brand new alternator and starter. I just put a brand new battery with 850 CCA in it last night. I plugged the block heater in, though I’m not positive that it’s working anymore. This morning I went to turn it on and it TRIED to crank but very slowly. Tried to jump it with an extra battery, nothing. I’m not sure if my starter might be extremely cold, engine is too cold, battery is too cold. I’m thinking I might need a battery jacket, but I’m not sure that that’ll fix the issue. Anything helps! Thank you!!
  3. Which deserve our choice between a conservatively styled or a macho and modern MPV? Here comes the comparison between Ertiga vs Xpander to understand both two models in the automotive market. As regards size, the Mitsubishi Xpander 2019 is a bit wider and higher thanks to its larger 16-inch wheels, offering a larger maximum cargo volume at 1,632 liters when the rears fold down. Meanwhile, the Ertiga gets a decent 803 liters if the third row. When it comes to looks, the Xpander sports a very futuristic, edgy, macho look while the Ertiga owns a more elegant and sedate vibe. In terms of interior, the Mitsubishi Xpander’s elegant dashboard features the essential within easy reach. The 7-inch LCD screen on the center comes with AM/FM radio, MP3, AUX, and so on. The Xpander also has fabric all around and offers generous legroom and headroom. In comparison, the Suzuki Ertiga has a beige looking interior with comfortable seats as well as spacious knee room and headroom for the third and second row. Inside the Ertiga, the large 10-inch touchscreen provides better visibility. Both the Xpander and the Ertiga have only one engine option. For the Xpander, there’s the 1.5 L 4A91 Mivec Inline-4 gasoline engine producing 103 horsepoander GLwer and 141 nm of torque. As for the Suzuki Ertiga 2019, it gets the 1.5-liter K15B Inline-4 engine. Both two have the same transmission choices, a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic. As to safety equipment, the Ertiga GLX and the XpS Sport scores equally since both vehicles have ISOFIX tethers for child seating, rear parking sensors, dual front airbags, anti-lock braking systems, and electronic brake distribution. For better understanding and comparison in detail, come to Suzuki Ertiga vs Mitsubishi Xpander available on the Philkotse!
  4. Hi, I have a 2007 Mitsubishi Outlander and would like to get LED headlights. The only thing is that I don't know what do get. I have been looking at just getting the bulbs replaced, but I don't quite know which ones are good. Does anyone have any recommendations on what I should get? Anything would be helpful. Here are the ones that I was looking at: https://www.xenonhids.com/low-beam-9006-full-xenon-hid-conversion-kit.html?i=Db7WPx https://www.xenonhids.com/high-beam-9005-full-xenon-hid-conversion-kit.html?i=vxkvw2 The other thing that I was wondering about is, is there a separate light for the DRL or does that tie in with the low beams? Thank you
  5. Hi guys so I have a 97 legnum with a 6a12 engine, I'm having real bad stutter, bogging issues.. as soon as I accelerate a little bit it just bogs out, it will idle perfect and drive at idle speed perfect but won't drive at all, I've checked the maps, tps, fuel pump, injectors, all hoses connected any help in the right direction would be appreciated cheers!
  6. Hello all I currently own a 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder GS. I really enjoy the car as it is really reliable and I think it would be really fun to mod. However, I do have a couple questions before I do so. Knowing I have the GS model which has a 2.4L 4 cylinder engine there really aren't many mods I can do for it. So, I was wondering if I could possibly put a V6 in there from the GT model to increase my options. If a lot of you suggest I don't do this because it's waste of time or a bad idea then I will probably end up buying a 1991 Mazda Miata and turning that into my project car. Just wanted to note I want to keep my Eclipse as my daily drive, so I probably won't go too crazy on the mods. So back to the initial questions, would a 4th gen Mitsubishi Eclipse be worth modding and would it be possible to put a V6 in my eclipse. Any advice will help, thank you!
  7. The local mid-size pickup truck scene has been dominated by these 2 behemoths: Hilux vs Strada. Can you guess which one is better? In terms of exterior, the 2020 Mitsubishi Strada GT and the Toyota Hilux Conquest are well-designed, carrying a bold presence with their hefty dimensions. The Strada looks stunning with smaller LED headlamps and larger flood lamps. The bed also leads its class in total length, optimizing loading capability and interior space. Meanwhile, the Toyota Hilux also features LED fog lamps and headlamps as well as Daylight Running lamps. You can also find a sports bar mounted on the rear bed for all off-roading capable vehicles. As regards interior, the Mitsubishi Strada GT and the Toyota Hilux Conquest offer proper amenities for occupants to both enjoy and marvel at. The Toyota Hilux Conquest’s interior sports logically placed buttons and switches, together with the leather-wrapped steering wheel and some soft-touch plastics on the door trims. On the other hand, the Mitsubishi Strada GT features a full leather interior seats, which instantly makes it a tad better already than the Hilux Conquest. Both of these trucks are powered by the most advanced diesel engines available in the Philippines. The Toyota Hilux 2019 produces 177hp at 3400 RPM and a spine bashing 450 Nm of torque. Mitsubishi, powered by a smaller displacement 4N15 MIVEC Diesel engine, generates 181 hp at 3500 RPM and 430 Nm of torque at 2500 RPM from a smaller 2.4-liter engine. To ensure full criteria along with price and safety features for proper estimation, move on to Toyota Hilux vs Strada 2020 comparison on the Philkotse.com for more news!
  8. To uncover which is worth your budget to purchase as a family MPVs, here’s the comparison between the Mitsubishi Xpander vs Toyota Innova that is suggested on Philkotse! When it comes to dimension, the Xpander has a slightly longer wheelbase than the Innova, which results in a better ride and a more stable sense of speed. Stepping into the inside, the Toyota Innova 2020 is wider and taller, providing better legroom and headroom for eight passengers, which definitely surpasses the Xpander. As to the suspension setup, the Mitsubishi Xpander packs a torsion bar rear suspension for a softer and cushier ride, while the Innova J has a more versatile four-link suspension and a more robust suspension setup. The Innova has been an ideal choice as a family vehicle because its engine is regarded “indestructible” no matter whether gasoline or diesel. Thanks to the considerable torque as well as the durable suspension setup, the Innova possesses great off-roading ability. On the other hand, the Xpander 2020’s engine can produce 103 horsepower and 141 Nm of torque while the Innova is decidedly more powerful with 136 horses and 183 Nm of torque. However, Xpander achieves a better fuel economy at around 9.4 km/l in city driving whereas the Innova J returns around 7.7 km/l. As regards safety features, the Innova offers a knee airbag in addition to the dual front units, despite lacking an engine immobilizer which the Xpander possesses. The Xpander GLS Sport still has two front airbags, which is already far outpaced by the Innova 2.8 V's full complement of curtain, side and knee airbags. For more exhaustive details about price and specifications, let’s move on to Mitsubishi Xpander vs Toyota Innova comparison!
  9. Hi I’m new here I mainly came here because I’m on the fence between whether I should sell my 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT and get a super clean condition 2000 Honda Civic Si for those who don’t know this is a really rare civic in the United States especially in almost perfect condition fully stock unmolested so I’ve come here I really like my eclipse but I also really really like the Civic si the eclipse is an automatic which I don’t like but I got a good deal on it and he Civic si is a manual both cars are in very very good condition just don’t know if I should keep my eclipse or get the Civic please HELP😬😩
  10. South Korea banned the sale of 10 models built by Nissan, BMW and Volkswagen Group's Porsche brand after an investigation found the automakers fabricated documents related to emission tests.
  11. Good day. I just have some random questions about the Mitsubishi Lancer 1992 car running on a 1.3 Cyclone engine. I have one and these things are kind of bugging me. So here it goes: 1. What's the best type, brand, and rating of engine oil for this type of vehicle? (cause I recently had an oil change and I used an advance full synthetic oil, Mobil1 5W-50, for it. I just noticed that when I opened the engine cap to pour engine oil after an hour of drive, a little bit of smoke popped out of it. Not really a black type of smoke but more of what we see when we boil water -type of smoke. I guess another question that I have right now is: 2. Is it safe to see that kind of smoke after an hour of drive? (Is my engine having a rough time in processing the full synthetic oil?) 3. I just noticed that the engine runs a bit louder than other cars (you know, compared to those recently made cars like Mitsubishi Lancer 2000, Mazda 3, etc). Is it indicative of an engine problem? Or it's just how things are when we deal about 23 years old car? 4. One of our town mechanic told me once that the clutch system of this type of car is cable based. Is it true? So does that mean we don't need any fluid to lubricate the clutch? and 5. What's the best brand and rating of gear oil that I can use for this vehicle? I know most of my questions are kind of no-brainer for car enthusiasts out there, but please understand that I'm new to this stuff and I really need every help / knowledge I could get to better understand my car. He-he.. Thanks in advance!
  12. Im shopping around for an AWD sports car. Ive narrowed it down to the Porsche 911, Mitsubishi Evo, or Subaru Impreza. I have my mind set on one of these three so dont try to change my mind. Ive got a 20000 dollar budget and ive found each of these cars for that price and less. The 911 i was thinking between 1999-2003, and the evo and impreza could be any year really. I need advice. Pros cons on each one, hoping to head from people who may actually own one of them. Thanks!(:
  13. Hi everyone, I have just brought a second hand Mitsubishi Colt Black Hawk 1.1 3door, however the stripes are fading on the roof and beginning to crack a little on the bonnet and want to know if it they can be repaired? I have been told that it is quite common for the stripes to do this as it's a third party process, it was also mentioned that the stripes can be heated and peeled off, but I would prefer to keep the stripes and either get them repaired or replaced if this is possible?? I would appreciate any advice!! Thank you!!!
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