Around 18 months ago we purchased a 2008 Mitsubishi L200 Diamond showing 180000 miles on the clock. Prior to us buying the truck, it had the four injectors re-condoned and apparently coded to the ECU. All was perfect for the first week or so then the truck went into limp mode showing the DTC P0093 Ďlarge fuel leakí. The code was cleared but came back 2 miles later. All fuel lines were checked, no leaks. Oil level checked and monitored, on increase in level. Fuel filter changed, but the fault returned after a short while. The following day the code was cleared and never returned.......
17 months and 9000 miles of trouble free driving, the fault has now decided to reappear. It is intermittent as I can clear the code and all will be well for sometimes a day, sometimes an hour. I have gone through all the previous checks, all ok. I have swapped the Suction Control Valve with our other L200 and the fault remains on the same vehicle, so ruled out the valve.
Has anyone else had the same issue and found a solution? We have two identical trucks, so swapping parts isnít an issue, just donít particularly want to swap injectors as they are a pain to get to.
Any advice will be gratefully received.