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« on: 30 June, 2020, 17:17:15 PM »

Does anybody have fact that can 4D56 replace direct other Mitsubishi motor? V-6 gasoline or 2,8 4M40 diesel engine?
I have -03 model doublecap and I'm tired of that overheating problem's, cause there haven''t been found reason. Cylinder head is 6 month old and now it's checked again. Water pump, thermostat, radiator, fan clutch, all what are related to water moving are new. Only thing is after installed Webasto, put that is also where it should be cause it's installed by proper shop years ago. This time I bought original head gasket, but looks exactly same as earlier spare part. Cylinder block surface was checked last time and all threads was opened by tapped.

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« Reply #1 on: 07 August, 2020, 22:04:06 PM »

ive had this problem,i solved it with a new cylinder head from milners off road in the uk,it comes with all the gaskets and bolts,it fixed the problem.whatever you do,do not get the current head skimmed as a repair,it doesnt work and will make your problem and your frustrations much worse.
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