2004 Mitsubishi Grandis Pricing and Specs
The Mitsubishi Grandis 2004 is available in Regular Unleaded Petrol.
A new generation of the Mitsubishi Grandis People mover was released this year.
|Mitsubishi Grandis Models||SPECS||PRICE|
|(base)||2.4LULPRegular Unleaded Petrol4 SP AUTO4 speed automatic||$6,500 – 10,010|
|Luxury||2.4LULPRegular Unleaded Petrol4 SP AUTO4 speed automatic||$6,200 – 9,680|
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Mitsubishi Grandis 2004 FAQs
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Should the thermatic fan run constantly in a 2005 Mitsubishi Lancer?
A thermatic fan is designed to run only when it’s needed. As the name suggests, it should switch on when the engine attains a pre-set temperature and then turn off below that temperature. It’s a way of having the engine run at a more constant temperature as well as saving the power normally used to run a fan that isn’t needed the whole time. Sometimes, a second electric fan will cut in when you turn the air-conditioning on, but the short answer is no, a thematic fan should not run all the time.
What is causing my 2009 Mitsubishi Challenger to cut out?
If the engine runs when you apply some throttle but won’t idle, I’d be drawn to the idle stepper-motor which is a small electronic actuator that is designed to keep the engine at a stable, steady idle when no throttle is applied. It’s a pretty simple fix, but I’d also check things such as fuel delivery pressure and ensure that the ignition system is in good condition, also. Don’t forget air and fuel filters, either, they’re simple things but critical to how an engine behaves. Low battery voltage can also make an engine like the Challenger’s play up at idle, too. Also, have the throttle-position sensor checked. If this fails, it can leave the computer guessing about what the accelerator pedal is trying to tell it.
What is causing my 2014 Mitsubishi Pajero to blow black smoke, jolt through gears and only go 60km/h?
The Mitsubishi Pajero is actually regarded as a very reliable vehicle, so your experience is not typical. There are several potential causes for this, but the thing I’d check first would be the air filter. Is it possible this was overlooked during the recent service? A blocked or dirty air filter will certainly make an engine blow smoke and operate poorly.
I’m assuming your vehicle is a diesel, so it would be worth checking the suction-control valve on the back of the fuel pump, too. Also, a stuck injector that is pouring fuel into the engine can also potentially create these symptoms. I’ve also heard of the Pajero diesel suffering from a build-up of black gunk inside the intake system that can also cause symptoms like the ones you’ve described.