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 on: Yesterday at 00:23:27 
Started by chris longstaff - Last post by douchecalamondaes
Hello does anyone no the correct size radiator for a 2004 l200 k74 warrior manual gearbox with air con.Thankyou

mishimoto ally rad on ebay 42mm l200 rad nice n simple

 2 
 on: 26 January, 2020, 23:22:23 PM 
Started by Dmb74 - Last post by rodeast24
Have a look at the wiring to the fuel pump multiplugs

 3 
 on: 26 January, 2020, 23:15:15 PM 
Started by Dmb74 - Last post by rodeast24
You might be looking in the right direction on the ECU then, The diagnostics will not pick up a faulty ECU,

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 on: 26 January, 2020, 19:22:29 PM 
Started by chris longstaff - Last post by Supersnail
Look on Milners site I'm sure they will have rads and sizes there.

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 on: 26 January, 2020, 17:07:37 PM 
Started by waynehiggy - Last post by waynehiggy
Hi guys
Ive just purchased my first l200
2013 barbarian
just a quick one, it has electric folding in mirrors but the passenger side isn't working any ideas?

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 on: 26 January, 2020, 13:20:54 PM 
Started by chris longstaff - Last post by chris longstaff
Hello does anyone no the correct size radiator for a 2004 l200 k74 warrior manual gearbox with air con.Thankyou

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 on: 26 January, 2020, 12:27:03 PM 
Started by NickB - Last post by NickB
Is there a DIY way to read the codes? My old car would flash the codes when ignition was turned in a certain way for example. Or maybe a cable and app on my phone?
I can't get it to a garage obviously.

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 on: 26 January, 2020, 11:43:23 AM 
Started by Dmb74 - Last post by Dmb74
Honestly the truck runs beautifully, no smoke, cold start and hot start perfect, last calculation, £50 to 130 miles!!!

Iíve lifted all four corners, and no binding brakes etc, the front prop disengages as it should when in 2wd.

As for someone syphoning diesel off overnight, very doubtful as very rural location, private drive, no issues before head removal, the trip computer is showing 16 MPG average, fuel gauge drops as driving and appears to be in the same position the following morning. None of our other vehicles have any fuel loss issues.

The Mitsubishi specialist did a re-learn on the pump but the ECU would not allow a re-learn (or I think they quoted an SQP or something) on the injectors. He said it sometimes happens if the ECU is happy with the current settings.

Our local motor factors listed a Ford specific oil, 5/30 I believe, that was what was put in last oil change some 6000 miles ago, and what was used once again,

All filters are good, last changed 6000 miles ago.

I will have the injectors tested, but have a bad feeling itís going to be an ECU issue. I am a bit OCD when it comes to diesel fuel systems and cleanliness, they are so delicate and expensive if your not methodical.

My 5.0 V10 tdi Touareg is more economical than the L200!!!! Not as useful though!

I will update with my findings.......

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 on: 26 January, 2020, 10:56:23 AM 
Started by NickB - Last post by rodeast24
You need to plug in the diagnostic and look at the fault codes, from those symptoms could be a crank sensor

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 on: 26 January, 2020, 09:57:54 AM 
Started by NickB - Last post by NickB
2008

The issue has got worse as it really struggles to start now and when it does it's very lumpy and even cuts out. Also a lot of white smoke when it eventually starts

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