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Dave from horsham, West Sussex

Mitsubishi Shogun

Hi. I've recently got a 2004 shogun 3.2 did auto, and it doesn't start very well, a few shaky cranks and it fires, it also intermittently cuts out whilst pulling up to a junction ! Just wondered if any other owners have suffered with this. I have heard that these are prone for the fuel pump timing sensors failing, do you think this may be the case here or should I be running a leak of test on the injectors ?

Submitted: 19/09/2014 19:06:22 | ID: 103311

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clive, Greater London

Mitsubishi Shogun

Air con pump burnt out on my shogun 3.2 did. Got one from breakers. Do you need a gasket to fit it to the engine.

Submitted: 14/09/2014 15:28:15 | ID: 103081

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john, Suffolk

Mitsubishi Shogun

I have an ongoing issue witch in volives eng management . car go into get home mode when put put on test machine . it come up with code 26 control sleeve position sensor and code 48 ge actuator in the middle o control sleeve position sensor inoperative system. could you please tell were to fine them as the manul dont till us aney thing. thank you john

Submitted: 04/09/2014 23:35:43 | ID: 102621

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Nat, South Yorkshire

Mitsubishi Shogun

My Pajero failed to start, it was just making a fast clicking noise on turnover. Managed to jump start the car and ran it for 20 mins and park up at home. On returning to the car half an hour later, the power had totally gone, no lights at all on the dash. Managed again to get it jumped, and both batteries have been charged, however as soon as you put the car into drive, the engine just cuts out and again the power is totally drained? Any suggestions much appreciated

Submitted: 04/09/2014 13:07:19 | ID: 102595

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Kevin, County Londonderry

Mitsubishi Shogun

Hi I have a Mitsubishi shogun 2005 3.2, I have to replace the engine as the timing chain broke on old one. I was wondering if I get an engine and put my old pump and all on it will it have to be programmed to the new engine? Not sure what the story is with these. If anyone knows please get back to me. Thanks

Submitted: 01/09/2014 22:12:08 | ID: 102484

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Costantine, Tanzania

Mitsubishi Shogun

I have mitsubishi Pajero GDI. it started when off after running a certain km, then we conduct a overall but now the temperature is normal but after running a certain km and keep off and start on , the car cant start. We have changed the plug. The temperature is normal but i think their is internal heating may be

Submitted: 26/08/2014 15:57:58 | ID: 102155

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Penny, Devon

Mitsubishi Shogun

I have a Y-reg 2 litre Shogun Pinin (the small, SWB 3-door version). It's doing over 3,500 revs at 50mph and 4,500 revs at 70mph, which is clearly not right. Any ideas, anybody? Very grateful for any help.

Submitted: 22/08/2014 21:37:17 | ID: 101953

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Jane Robinson, Derbyshire

Mitsubishi Shogun

Hi I was driving my petrol 3l v6 shogun and it just stopped, got petrol in and fuel pump is working. When you try and start it, it just turns over and does not fire, there are sparks and fuel in the cylinders, please can you help.

Submitted: 22/08/2014 14:58:02 | ID: 101933

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andy, Suffolk

Mitsubishi Shogun

Okay, I have this ongoing issue which involves a misfire. I have changed the plugs, swapped the coil packs around, had the injectors sent off, cleaned and tested and all are okay. I have changed the 1 hp fuel pump micro filter under the hose, checked the harnes for continuity on both inj and col packs and up to the ecu, all give me a beep on the multimeter. A misfire dtc shows cyl 3 has the misfire but everything has been swapped. I can only think it may be an issue with the wiring harness and the ecu signal being interrupted, as everything works in other cylinders that have been in cyl 3. The misfire is somewhere between 2 and 3000 rpm. Could it be the ignition failure sensor? The mileage is approx 88,000 miles, regards Andy

Submitted: 11/08/2014 13:11:05 | ID: 101321

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Joshua, Australia

Mitsubishi Shogun

Hi, I have a 2003 3.5 v6 pajero/shogun auto. There is a high-ish pitch humming noise coming from the Engine bay intermittently. I have been around other v6 models the same as mine and this noise is Irregular. It occurs while at idle/stationary, also while driving around town. I have tried different actions Ie: lights on, revving vehicle, shifting in and out of gear. None of which have initiated or seemed to be the cause of it. Any ideas???

Submitted: 11/08/2014 09:30:14 | ID: 101306

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casey, Australia

Mitsubishi Shogun

How do I put new fanbelt on Mitsubishi pajero gls 2001

Submitted: 09/08/2014 03:46:25 | ID: 101191

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Derrick Glassford, Yorkshire

Mitsubishi Shogun

2005 model have problem with lcd display unit it is blank, stereo works but no display is there any checks i can do,i have checked all connections and all are firmly plug in or could you recommend where i could take the unit if faulty for repair

Submitted: 05/08/2014 20:38:49 | ID: 100981

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Soheil, Iran

Mitsubishi Shogun

Hello my car is v6 3800 shogun 2007 petrol which misfire under load and when revvig engine at park around 2300rpm.code is mostly p300 and sometimes p301 and p304.I changed the spark plugs, switch the coils, change tps,maf,map,switch injectors,change fuel pump and filter,check compression test (all 6 were around 160),check fuel pressure,change timing belt,clean egr,change crank angle sensor and no luck yet.would you please help me.also when downhilling with throtle closed at sport mode does that again.surprisingly at altitude above 2500 meter above sea she goes like a champ no matter how much load applied.also when I add 2 bottles of octane booster misfire stops for 10 to 15 minutes and after that the same symptoms again.looks like ecu try to bypass the elevated octane!.car idles great,no problem on ordinary driving .forgot to mention that car has 120 k on it.regards

Submitted: 04/08/2014 10:50:23 | ID: 100883

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brian, Armagh

Mitsubishi Shogun

I ave a mitsubishi 3.2 04 warrior lwb problem is wen it gets very hot and i put it into rev r drive it cuts out. Then takes about 4 to 5 turns to start then i do same put it into rev r drive it cut out this kud go on for a ehhile till it does go into any of those gears. Any help plz

Submitted: 27/07/2014 23:18:51 | ID: 100469

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Gordon, Lancashire

Mitsubishi Shogun

Hi I have had my 2004 Mitsubishi warrior on a rake testing machine and it reported that three of my wheels the brakes were sticking on slightly but when I had it in at the garage the brakes were applied releasted and the wheels ran free . Seems they only stick now and again . Can any help?

Submitted: 26/07/2014 17:47:12 | ID: 100382

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sandra brownlie, South Lanarkshire

Mitsubishi Shogun

Hi, we have a Shogun sport 53 plate with only 1 key. Is there any best place to get a new key made or do the likes of Timpsons make them in house?

Submitted: 16/07/2014 19:04:04 | ID: 99803

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rebecca, West Midlands

Mitsubishi Shogun

Hi. I have a Shogun which is automatic diesel and when we`re driving it makes a loudish rattling noise. My husband has had a good look round the car but we`re stumped as to where it`s coming from. Could anyone shed any light on this matter for me please? Thanks

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I had a similar problem and it took me months to find out that it was the elastic strap on the spare wheel. It was loose and when I picked up speed the air turbulence made it flap about and tap on the outside of the rear door. Tightening it up did the trick. Matt from Lincolnshire

I had a similar problem and it took me months to find out that it was the elastic strap on the spare wheel. It was loose and when I picked up speed the air turbulence made it flap about and tap on the outside of the rear door. Tightening it up did the trick. Matt from Lincolnshire

Submitted: 16/07/2014 15:20:29 | ID: 99787

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Soheil, Iran

Mitsubishi Shogun

Hello my car is petrol which misfire under load and when revvig engine at park around 2300rpm.code is mostly p300 and sometimes p301 and p304.I changed the spark plugs, switch the coils, change tps,maf,map,switch injectors,change fuel pump and filter,check compression test (all 6 were around 160),check fuel pressure,change timing belt,clean egr,change crank angle sensor and no luck yet.would you please help me.also when downhilling with throtle closed at sport mode does that again.surprisingly at altitude above 2500 meter above sea she goes like a champ no matter how much load applied.car idles great,no problem on ordinary driving regards

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here are some things to try, p300 codes tell you which cylinder is misfiring but if getting various codes then it could be many things that are causing the problem. 1st check that your timing is correct, swap the coil packs above the spark plugs around and if it gives you p303 & p302 codes then these coil packs are faulty. you don't say what engine is in your car i.e 1.8 or 2.0 is it a GDI engine or MPI what is the year of manufacture ?. if its a 2.0 GDI this engine has an ignition failure sensor which is bolted to the front of the intake manifold which is prone to failure, altho this usually cause a complete non start but it is worth checking. check under the flap in the throttle body as it gets clogged with carbon and clean it with carb cleaner. have the rear 02 sensor checked as it should put out a voltage signal of between 0.6 to 0.9 volts smoothly when its working properly. if its faulty it will cause the engine to run rich or lean which would cause a random misfire. finally you might have a vacumm leak at the inlet manifold once again causing it to run rich or lean. good luck hope you get it sorted but again check your timing cos it has to be totally spot on in the GDI engine willie from Dumfries and Galloway

Its a very common fault on the gdi engine and mitsubishi know about it , its 2 tiny micro filters on the fuel pump at the rear of the engine £7 for both from mitsubishi, just got mi e done as had the exact same fault and car now runs spot on you neec to strip the pump off and take of the high pressure fuel line filter is underneath the fuel line tiny wee thing replace this and your problems will be cured. simon from City of Glasgow

Its a very common fault on the gdi engine and mitsubishi know about it , its 2 tiny micro filters on the fuel pump at the rear of the engine £7 for both from mitsubishi, just got mi e done as had the exact same fault and car now runs spot on you neec to strip the pump off and take of the high pressure fuel line filter is underneath the fuel line tiny wee thing replace this and your problems will be cured. simon from City of Glasgow

Submitted: 14/07/2014 20:53:13 | ID: 99671

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samuel, Botswana

Mitsubishi Shogun

i am driving mitsubishi pajero V6 3500, automatic transmission. it has a problem of idling dying when i stop at intersections or when i reverse. what causes that problem

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HI I have the same issue when I slow down my car I have to keep it in Neutral and speed it up , but when It slow down car goes OFF , I had to put in Parking or in Neutral and give more speed to give more patrol to the pump. do not know where is the problem.. Pump , Tank Filter Pipe or Air in Pipe can any busy help me please. Mohammad CHoudhary from Greater Manchester

HI I have the same issue when I slow down my car I have to keep it in Neutral and speed it up , but when It slow down car goes OFF , I had to put in Parking or in Neutral and give more speed to give more patrol to the pump. do not know where is the problem.. Pump Tank Filter Pipe or Air in Pipe can any busy help me please. Mohammad CHoudhary from Greater Manchester

This is the big problem with most current GDI engines. Due to modern unburned hydrocarbon (UHC) regulations, vapors from the crankcase are usually vented into the intake stream in order to prevent oil droplets from escaping through the exhaust. In a port injection engine, these droplets are ‘washed off’ the neck of the intake valve by a relatively constant stream of gasoline droplets. In a GDI engine, the gasoline doesn’t touch intake side of the valve. As a result, the droplets have a tendency to bake onto the valve and significantly reduce performance. To add to this effect, many advanced GDI engines also include exhaust gas recirculation in order to lean out the combustion mixture and reduce in-cylinder temperatures for certain combustion modes (reducing NOx emissions). Since GDI combustion has the ability to produce far more soot than premixed combustion (port injection), the problem is magnified. I took my pajero to the Mechanic and he took out close to 1kg of soot from my valves. This could be the problem. Very dangerous if one of those soot particles get loose and can damage the inside of your engine. And we talking about complete shut down of the whole engine. Also Id suggest asking a mechanic to plug the car into a diagnostic to check in the Electric Fuel pump which is located in the tank is faulty or the Mechanical Fuel Pump at the rear or the engine. Reason being my fuel pumps were faulty resulting in the engine cutting out when ever I tried to start it. I did all this and my cars 3.5l engine went from 6km/l to 9km/l!! So I would swear buy this and get it done before the engine costs you more money Grant from Zambia

Thanks Grant , It was useful I think you are right I have fuel Pump Issue and it has dirt will open it and check , Mohammad CHoudhary from Greater Manchester

Submitted: 10/07/2014 13:21:04 | ID: 99374

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Vic wilkinson , Nottinghamshire

Mitsubishi Shogun

Hi. I've got a shogun warrior did auto lwb. It's a 2004. I've recently had the engine & gearbox oils changed according g to main dealer specification. Since then I'm chucking out black smoke when I put my foot down at take off. It's also a lot more sluggish when first moving. Any ideas anyone???

Submitted: 07/07/2014 22:03:09 | ID: 99189

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Sally Edmonds, Wiltshire

Mitsubishi Shogun

HI We are having problems with our Mitsubishi Shogun Di-D Elegence-CE LWBA (3200CC). Year of Reg: Sept 2005. Its to a Station Wagon can you offer any advice on this basis? Engine warning light, comes on and 2 others. Problem intermittent over 2 months, now more regular and worsening. Losing power and belching clouds of black smoke while driving on the level or uphill, uphill much worse. Garage can't find fault. Have run diagnostic testing. Garage has replaced the fuel and air filter and also replaced battery. Can you help?

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Typo in the above. Its not a Station Wagon, its a Mitsubishi Shogun Di-D Elegence-CE LWBA Sally Edmonds from Wiltshire

Sounds like egr valve .i had same issue unplug and blank off ???? Ivan Holmes from Staffordshire

Sounds like egr valve .i had same issue unplug and blank off ???? Ivan Holmes from Staffordshire

Thanks. I googled the symptoms in the end and emailed the garage asking them to look at the ERG Valve which was indeed the cause of the problem as you also suggest. It was the electrics associated with or attached to the valve. They replaced the whole thing. Car working like band new now. Thanks for the feedback. Sally ~Edmonds from Bath and North East Somerset

Thanks. I googled the symptoms in the end and emailed the garage asking them to look at the ERG Valve which was indeed the cause of the problem as you also suggest. It was the electrics associated with or attached to the valve. They replaced the whole thing. Car working like band new now. Thanks for the feedback. Sally ~Edmonds from Bath and North East Somerset

Submitted: 21/06/2014 18:09:51 | ID: 98193

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Robert Price, Swansea

Mitsubishi Shogun

The passenger electric window switch doesn't work but I can operate the window OK from the drivers side. Installed a new switch but still doesn't work. any ideas? Rob

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the obvious answer would be to put a test light/ meter on the end of the wire to the switch, operate it then see if theres power. if no power then work your way backwards till you find power. check theres not a separate fuse for that window. other option might be a bad earth altho I doubt you would be able to operate it from the drivers door if that was the problem willie from Dumfries and Galloway

Submitted: 14/06/2014 18:05:45 | ID: 97682

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Grant, Zambia

Mitsubishi Shogun

Good Day. I have a mitsubishi Pajero GDI 1999 3.5 V6. I was traveling happily along at 120km/h and when I went to overtake I felt a "hit" I glanced down in time to see the orange check engine light disappear. I pulled over to double check the engine, it was running smoothly as usual. I took off again and passing 100km/h there was no "misfire" but the orange light came on. It only goes off when I either advance the throttle or back off. I tried to replicate the same. And true it came on again around 120-140. Anyone able to point me in the right direction or is it a major problem

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Micro filters need changed on fuel pump at back of the engine £7 for 2 from mitsubishi very common fault simon from City of Glasgow

Hi Simon, it`s Grant again. I've replaced the Electrical Fuel Pump in the tank as I also found it was faulty and not delivering enough pressure. After that my mechanic put the car on the diagnostic and it said there was no fuel pressure to the engine and after running for about 5 seconds the engine just dies and cuts out. Could it be the micro filters or from what he said the Mechanical Fuel Pump on the rear of the engine? I`d like to know more before I start spending money on a part that doesn't need replacing.Grant from Zambia

The micro filters are inside the pump at the rear of the engine under the fuel pipes into the pump, tiny tiny filters that get blocked due to dirt in the tank, thus starving the engine of fuel, £7 for 2 from Mitsubishi. Would try this before going any further as it`s a common fault on the gdi. Let me know how you get on simon from City of Glasgow

Hi Simon. The filter in the pump at the tank is brand new as it says that microfilter is inside the actual pump, so I doubt that microfilter would be a problem. Is there any picture that may assist with the filter that`s at the engine? Just a picture with an arrow. This filter in question, is it inside the pump or along one of the lines leading to it? Grant from Zambia

They are inside the pump , disconnect the fuel lines going into the pump and the filter sit directly underneath where the fuel line connect into the pump, if you go onto the mitsubishi forum and type in shogun micro filter problems it should come up with all the info. simon from City of Glasgow

Thanks Simon. Turns out the Mechanical Fuel pump(Part #:Md 350975) was busted. Also found alot of soot at the Valves from the recirculation of exhaust gases. Car is currently having a major engine clean and the new pump being replaced. Will keep you posted if the car starts and runs properly. Grant from Zambia

Submitted: 12/06/2014 16:37:42 | ID: 97537

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Derek, North Lanarkshire

Mitsubishi Shogun

My shogun 3.2 did auto is lunging into drive rather than gently going in could this be automatic gear oil filter needing changed Somtimes you put it into drive or revers and the car does not move then jumps forward or back Any advice anyone please

Submitted: 03/06/2014 20:55:09 | ID: 96836

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Petra, Buckinghamshire

Mitsubishi Shogun

Hi, thinking of purchasing a shogun 3.5 gdi warrior with 77k on the clock for 4k 53 plate. Does this sound reasonable and is there anything I need to look out for? Thank you :)

Submitted: 27/05/2014 22:54:52 | ID: 96294

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dennis bain, Aberdeenshire

Mitsubishi Shogun

i have a 3000v6 feul gauge stopped working after i put it on car ramps at home is their a fuse for the dash gauge

Submitted: 27/05/2014 13:34:34 | ID: 96247

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Dieu donne, Zambia

Mitsubishi Shogun

I recently changed the engine in the Mitsubishi Shogun 3.5 Petrol and run the engine. It started well then after the fourth attempt, the engine could not crank again. After several electric trobleshooting, I was able to detect that there was no power going to the starter. now am able to get the crank and fuel pressure is ok but the car can not start. The vehicle is fitted with a Cobra 8165 Car Alarm and I since lost the key with the guns but I have a spare key without the guns. How can I reset and remove the Cobra alarm and let it run without the Cobra alarm? Some have suggested that the ECU must have gone into the anti hijack and requires to be rest. How can it be done? Some expert person please help.

Submitted: 26/05/2014 08:53:47 | ID: 96167

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Dean Marshall, Cornwall

Mitsubishi Shogun

I am trying to locate where within the engine the diesel fuel valve is located as I have been advised it needs changing Many thanks Dean

Submitted: 23/05/2014 19:23:23 | ID: 96013

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garry, Suffolk

Mitsubishi Shogun

The sound of the radio comes on when you start the car but goes silent after 1 minute and only comes back when you start it again, any ideas ???

Submitted: 21/05/2014 21:36:27 | ID: 95889

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Andy, West Midlands

Mitsubishi Shogun

Hi I have a 1997 3L v6 Lwb shogun, if I do a lot of sharp turns in the same direction and then travel for a short distance straight I get a grinding noise coming from the gear box or rear axle and as I slow down to stop it seems to get louder then as I stop it clunks and clears itself and can travel for ages before it happens again. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Andy

Submitted: 20/05/2014 22:04:49 | ID: 95810

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Phil Bennett, Spain

Mitsubishi Shogun

Will the rear lights [not the bumper ones ] from a Mitsubishi Shogun 2005 fit a Mitsubishi Shogun 2001

Submitted: 17/05/2014 12:00:39 | ID: 95608

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Phil, Greater Manchester

Mitsubishi Shogun

Hi, how do I locate and remove the injectors on the Shogun 3.5 GDI 2002 ? Thanks

Submitted: 14/05/2014 15:52:51 | ID: 95514

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Chris McCann, County Antrim

Mitsubishi Shogun

Hi there, I have a 3.2 Warrior Shogun short wheelbase 2003 auto. When coming to a road end or when I brake and hold the jeep back in gear, the engine cuts out, but will start again no problem. It`ll run lumpy when in gear while holding it back with the brake then it`ll stop. If someone could please tell me what the problem is I'd be very grateful. I`ve had it at an auto spark at two mechanics and neither know what's wrong, thanks

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Chris I had this problem and it was my pump, they are giving a lot of trouble T Lonergan from County Down

Submitted: 12/05/2014 12:48:37 | ID: 95418

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Chris, Cheshire

Mitsubishi Shogun

My Mitsubishi Shogun 3.2 gives off heavy black smoke when accelerating. I try to clear it regularly by accelerating but within a short space of time it starts again. Does anyone know why?

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Give the EGR a clean out,had the same problem and I did not have to replace it. John from Hertfordshire

Give the EGR a clean out,had the same problem and I did not have to replace it. John from Hertfordshire

Submitted: 04/05/2014 12:54:11 | ID: 95077

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uche, Nigeria

Mitsubishi Shogun

My 2005 Ford Montero runs as though it has a flat. I have checked the bearing but it`s not that. What could be the cause?

Submitted: 02/05/2014 15:05:13 | ID: 94982

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Jörg Haring, South Africa

Mitsubishi Shogun

2007 Pajero 3.2 DID AT LWB BK4 Driving in slow moving traffic upto 60km/h as it loses the revs as if fuel starvation, can see the needle twitching down/up as well as it feel if the engine change revs thereafter if you drive faster problem gets resolved or sometimes it feels if stuck in 3rd grear and switch over to triptronic and back fast to reset.... 1] The Pajero just came out of a 50000km service and week thereafter the car starting with this problem as above. Took it back confirmed nothing wrong. 2] Took Pajero to another mecanic whereby he replaced with new Diesel filter as the Pajero was working normal for two days and back to the same problem. Not too sure what the problem could be...

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Hi i have a 3.2 Did that did exactly the same it turned out to be the fuel pump . On your one thhere may be a cheeper pump fitted but if not your pump is a VRZ pump made by zexell wich is a subsiduary company of bosh if you have this fitted to your shogun then you may want to consider scrapping it as to replace these pumps is about £4000 there is a couple of places that can possably repair them . They are colchester fuel or kentdiesel fuels . But the repair ccould be anything from £800 to £2500 and they need the vehcle in there workshop to do it as the pump has to be callibrated up with the computer after a rebuild usually the things that give out on the pump is a series of electronic switches on the pump itself they need replacing but to do that the pump has to be removed and tis particular process takes 6hrs to remove and the same to replace plus rebuilding pump time which can take about two days . I can recomend colchester fuel as i used them they are very helpfull and will try to advise over the phone aswell they are on the internet to get their phone no for technical help. Do this soon as continue to drive this you will then have to replace the turbo and thge cat aswell turbo is £400 oddand cat can be anything up to £700 odd pounds i had to replace both bas from Essex

Hi i have a 3.2 Did that did exactly the same it turned out to be the fuel pump . On your one thhere may be a cheeper pump fitted but if not your pump is a VRZ pump made by zexell wich is a subsiduary company of bosh if you have this fitted to your shogun then you may want to consider scrapping it as to replace these pumps is about £4000 there is a couple of places that can possably repair them . They are colchester fuel or kentdiesel fuels . But the repair ccould be anything from £800 to £2500 and they need the vehcle in there workshop to do it as the pump has to be callibrated up with the computer after a rebuild usually the things that give out on the pump is a series of electronic switches on the pump itself they need replacing but to do that the pump has to be removed and tis particular process takes 6hrs to remove and the same to replace plus rebuilding pump time which can take about two days . I can recomend colchester fuel as i used them they are very helpfull and will try to advise over the phone aswell they are on the internet to get their phone no for technical help. Do this soon as continue to drive this you will then have to replace the turbo and thge cat aswell turbo is £400 oddand cat can be anything up to £700 odd pounds i had to replace both bas from Essex

Submitted: 29/04/2014 21:46:06 | ID: 94887

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allan, Merseyside

Mitsubishi Shogun

hello, iam having a problem with my car ,,runs great ,but sometimes when i turn it of it rev,s up before the engine stops ,,,???

Submitted: 23/04/2014 12:55:04 | ID: 94591

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andy, West Midlands

Mitsubishi Shogun

Hi I have a 1996 shogun with no owners manual, how do I change the rear lights between the top & bottom set also where is the the best place to get a owners manual thanks Andy

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E bay willie from Dumfries and Galloway

Submitted: 22/04/2014 21:56:23 | ID: 94577

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David warburton, Surrey

Mitsubishi Shogun

Hi my shogun 2002 equippe with 160000 miles on clock has a humming noise when on the move it is more apparent above 30 miles an hour , auto box does what it should, no vibrations ,I am the 2nd owner .this car has full service history ,part main dealer when new ,rest is a local garage .i bought it at 155000 miles drives nice and smooth ,very reliable , tow a catering trailer about 10 times a year which when fully loaded weighs about 1900 kilos, never used 4x4 on Tarmac , previous owners towed a caravan ,don't know how big.keep reading conflicting items about using 4x4 when towing ,just had full service and mot ,mechanic thinks it could be diff wear ,any ideas will be much appreciated ,lovely car ,don't want to get rid of it because of this

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If youve goit mud plugging tyfes on it it sounds like road noise bas from Essex

Check your front wheel bearings willie from Dumfries and Galloway

Submitted: 22/04/2014 20:31:07 | ID: 94573

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Morah, Botswana

Mitsubishi Shogun

Reply with quote Sad guys i really need help here im driving mitsubishi pajero 6G74 3500 GDI model 2001, its have been having this problem of lossing power, like when its cold it will start well and drive well and when i stop and start it agian then will be no power it will drive for some time then the power will come back, but today is just stopped well im driving now is not starting, what can be the problem please help

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Check the fuel pump if it sounds like its running on three cylinders it could be that not sure if the 3.5 has same pump as 3.2 but symptoms sound the same as my one had . If it has a VRZ pump then this pump has a huge world wide problem with the pump and need specialist repair or might be cheaper to replace the engine as this pump is an integral part of the engin and costs up to £4000 to replace or repair if theirs anyone that can repair it in botswana. Good luck bas from Essex

Submitted: 21/04/2014 20:05:03 | ID: 94522

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