Engine Build: Evo Wagon – Turbocharged Evo 9 Engine
The goal is to make this turbocharged Evo 9 engine an 8-second, 1/4-mile, 1,000-hp monster.
Engine Build: Turbocharged 2.0L 4G63 Engine
iCraveBoost Performance specializes in 4G and 4B Mitsubishi engines, like the shop’s own turbocharged 2.0L 4G63.
Mitsubishi’s 4G63 And 4B11 Engines
Whether a customer has a 4G63 or the 4B11 engine, they are both great options for many different performance applications.
Mitsubishi Motors North America To Relocate US Headquarters To Franklin, Tennessee
MMNA’s move highlights efforts taken across the entire global landscape of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance to bring the companies closer together in key areas including procurement, development and cost efficiencies.
Mitsubishi Motors Named Telematics OEM Of The Year At TU-Automotive Detroit
The award recognizes forward-thinking OEMs that are developing cutting-edge technologies and innovations in the connected-vehicle space.
Gates Introduces Timing Belt Component Kits With Water Pump
Applications include the 1997-2003 Mitsubishi Montero Sport, 2002-’05 Kia Sedona and the 2003-’06 Kia Sorento. The new kits cover more than 650,000 VIO.
Import Insights: Mitsubishi (August 2016)
The 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander has been rated third in Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com list of 10 Most Affordable Three-Row Vehicles of 2016. Mitsubishi announced the debut of the all-new “Ground Tourer Concept” at the 2016 Paris Motor Show this fall.
Tech Tip: Mitsubishi Front Brake Ringing Noise
Customers may complain of a high-pitch noise from the front brakes during a low-speed light brake application.
Mitsubishi Tech Tip: Front Exhaust Pipe Heatshield Noise
Mitsubishi owners may notice a rattle noise created by loose or corroded front exhaust pipe heat shields. This bulletin advises about the availability of heat shields as spare parts, preventing the need to replace the front exhaust pipe.
Customer Loyalty to Vehicle Brands Spells Ongoing Maintenance Opportunities
Vehicle owners’ allegiance to brands should give us all something to cheer about. This is especially true for those who service import vehicles.
Mitsubishi: Radiator Hose Collapsed
If the radiator cap’s vent valve is stuck closed from corrosion contamination, the cooling system cannot pull coolant back from the reservoir. This may cause the upper and/or lower radiator hose to collapse. If the radiator cap vent valve is stuck, change the coolant and replace the radiator cap. Affected Vehicles 2003-’05 Outlander 2002-’05 Lancer