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 on: 04 June, 2020, 21:19:14 PM 
Started by Kipsy - Last post by rodeast24
1 Try disconnecting the battery and put the plus lead to earth to drain the ecu of mili voltages, ,  2 The learn proceeder normally only gets done when you change the fuel pressure sensor or fuel pressure valve

 on: 03 June, 2020, 19:04:00 PM 
Started by Kipsy - Last post by Kipsy
(Donít have access to search function sorry)
Has anyone removed the dpf on their later model L200 and didnít have a further problems? Hoping my car will get fixed by dealer and then thinking due to the fact most of my journeys will be shortish is it worth getting it removed/hollowed out and mapped to suit. I donít feel like I need any more bhp or torque or even mpg just want something thatís reliable. Apologies if been asked before.

 on: 02 June, 2020, 17:00:04 PM 
Started by Kipsy - Last post by Kipsy
Bit of an update for anyone interested. Took it to a diesel specialist and he put it on his diagnostic and he said he couldnít really tell what the issue was and suggested the main dealer. He didnít charge me as was having a quick look as a favour. Took it to the main dealer and they told me that
1- the car has incomplete dpf regenerations and high oil dilution.
2-engine needs small injector lean procedure
3-asc/abs fault with can communication and f1 abs sensor.

The fitter basically said the car is stuck in the middle of a regen and has had a Ďwobblyí. He said all codes would need zeroíing and car should have a forced regen then change the oil. He said the injectors are a little loud due to lean procedure needing doing. The loss of power and low mpg is probably the car trying to regen and squirt more fuel in to get dpf hot. Abs issue is something else though.

Thanks for reading. Info emailed to dealer

 on: 29 May, 2020, 18:23:58 PM 
Started by hot14me - Last post by hot14me
I am needing lots of technical help as I am building a 4D56U engine 
as a project for my 2014 L200 2.5 Di-D 16v Trojan. The engine in the 
truck only has 44000 miles on it but I had this crazy idea to build 
a new engine off-car and have no references. I am trying to fit the 
new head to the new short engine and am needing the crank end gear 
as I can't fit the new belts and water pump without them.
I cannot find an engine build manual anywhere, can anyone help?

 on: 29 May, 2020, 16:34:42 PM 
Started by moso - Last post by Supersnail
Is air getting into the fuel system somehow? Or perhaps you have some sort of fuel blockage, hard to tell.

 on: 28 May, 2020, 12:07:51 PM 
Started by moso - Last post by moso
My L200 Barberian 2.5TD B40 2011 model has developed an intermitent fault in the last 12 months.
Its fine when starting from cold can drive anywhere and as far as I like, but after any trip once engine switched off and left for a short while
then re started it loses power straight away, u can rev the engin but is lumpy, if u try to drive it just spluters especialy up an incline or slope there is no power,
after 15 mins of driving the problem disappears. The problem now is more frequent, have been running on BP ultimate and Vpower diesel for the last 3 months as was advised not to run on supermarket fuel.
Booked it in to local garage and they cant find the fault, advised me to look for a Mitsubishi independant mechanic. Any machanics ner Maidston Kent?


 on: 24 May, 2020, 00:03:54 AM 
Started by Kipsy - Last post by Kipsy
To be honest Iíve had no spare time as we had our first baby in January so I sold my van to buy L200 as had isofix and rear seats. I spent the money hoping I wouldnít have to work on the car bar general servicing.
Thanks again for replies guys👍

 on: 23 May, 2020, 22:04:29 PM 
Started by Kipsy - Last post by Nooks
Just before you go to lots of trouble, its not something like a loose gearbox connector is it?

 on: 23 May, 2020, 19:26:39 PM 
Started by Kipsy - Last post by Kipsy
Iíve called him and they said initially that it sounds like Iíve put cheap supermarket fuel in and thatís the cause. They would send a lorry to collect the car. If it was the fuel then he said that was my responsibility and Iíd have to cover the cost of transport and their mechanics time. If another issue then they would cover it. Thatís when I called the aa and they said wasnít bad fuel as would of been a spike or dip in pressure recorded to view with diagnostic. I informed the dealer of this and he now said I need to drop the car to them. Iíve booked it in to local Mitsubishi for full diagnostic before I take it back so canít bullpooe me and fob me off. I bought car in March but due to lock down have hardly used it (700 miles maybe) . Iím expecting the dealer to say i need to leave the car with them and wonít be able to get back home will be next issue. I wonít be negative though as they said they will look at it but I want to be armed with a bit more info.
Thanks for replies peeps👍👍

 on: 23 May, 2020, 17:28:20 PM 
Started by Kipsy - Last post by rodeast24
The dealer is responsible for the problem after just 10 days,, make sure you have logged the problem with him, and make him aware of it.

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