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 on: 09 January, 2020, 23:46:11 PM 
Started by chris longstaff - Last post by rodeast24
They do an upgraded alloy three core rad on eBay, Iv got to invest in one at some point

 42 
 on: 09 January, 2020, 20:12:38 PM 
Started by danby - Last post by danby
My 54 plate Classic fuel tank has been leaking for a good while and can only put 25 litres in without leaking. I think it's time to consider replacement. Is it worth a second hand one or am I just importing the same problem and a load of work. Do I just go for a new one, and where from?

 43 
 on: 09 January, 2020, 17:50:40 PM 
Started by chris longstaff - Last post by chris longstaff
Hello just wondered where the best place is to get a good quality engine coolant radiator from for a l200 k74.The old one isnít cooling properly the bottom radiator hose is warm under normal driving.Also had coolant additive drop out due to faulty blue coolant which caused black gunk sludge in radiator cooling system has been flushed 3 times and still getting a little black gunk sludge on radiator cap coolant is clear in the radiator just has little bits of gunk at the cap thereís nothing in the engine block when coolant is drain out of the block drain theres a little bit showing in the expansion tank pickup starts,runs and drives good with plenty of power no smoke from cold or hot.Not pressurising or no bubbles or coolant loss Also doesnít use any oil.Thankyou

 44 
 on: 09 January, 2020, 16:11:07 PM 
Started by Dmb74 - Last post by Dmb74
Thanks for the reply.

I have been checking the oil level as aware of the bleed off pipes pumping diesel into the sump, but the oil level has not moved in the last 400 miles. The inlet manifold was reasonably clean for a 190,000 mile vehicle, so no major issues. I have been in touch with a reputable Mitsubishi specialist, who said that the engine ECU and injectors need to re-learn their parameters to optimise fuel economy and lower emissions. This usually takes place once the battery is reconnected and the vehicle is taken on a long drive, but sometimes need forcing with the correct diagnostic equipment. So itís booked in next Wednesday to see what happens.

 45 
 on: 08 January, 2020, 20:54:16 PM 
Started by p100 - Last post by p100
Hello chaps, just thought i'd let you lot know this problem can be as simple as putting the hose back on the underside of oil cooler !
That's all it was for me after a week of scratching my head.

 46 
 on: 08 January, 2020, 16:40:33 PM 
Started by kevleaper - Last post by kevleaper
Thanks, I've got most of the ancillaries out of the way now. Surprised to find the balancer belt had already snapped. Luckily it hadn't snagged the cam belt. I thought the engine ran quite well when I picked the truck up so can't wait to see what it's like with balancer shafts spinning! Going to do a cylinder leakage test before lifting the head as I'd like to know what cylinder/cylinders are causing the problem. I'm just waiting on an adaptor for the injector threads. Should be back on the case with it next week.

 47 
 on: 08 January, 2020, 15:12:00 PM 
Started by kevleaper - Last post by Supersnail
Don't bother with a new lump,if you follow my thread on the forum under "resurection" you will see I have just put a new head on myself for the first time on one of these. Douchcalamondaes advice was enough to make it possible. The whole project cost about 500 pounds including a few tools I had to buy. Have fun.

 48 
 on: 08 January, 2020, 15:08:03 PM 
Started by CaptC - Last post by Supersnail
Welcome to the asylum. I hope you have as much fun with yours as I have had with mine. Smiley

 49 
 on: 07 January, 2020, 20:22:34 PM 
Started by CaptC - Last post by CaptC
After a disastrous two years with a Navara I have just bought a 2010 Barbarian with just 60,000 on the clock. Full service history and all belts etc done. Delighted and thank you for letting me join the L200 Owners Club!

 50 
 on: 07 January, 2020, 17:07:33 PM 
Started by Supersnail - Last post by Supersnail
cheers mate everything is running fine the only problem is I can't get the heater to blow hot. I've tried parking the front end on top of a pile of gravel but it doesn't seem to bleed is there something i've missed? Keep taking the pills! Cheers Pete.

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