Mitsubishi Lancer 1997 Problems

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Highly bouncy Hyundai i30

Answered by CarsGuide 19 Aug 2010

We haven't had any other reports of a problem with the ride of the i30, but perhaps other owners could let us know of their experience with the car. In the meantime I would suggest you take another one for a test drive, perhaps at another dealer, and compare it with yours. That way you should be able to determine if yours is the same or not, which would give you an accurate assessment of whether there is a problem or not. I would also consider taking your car to a suspension specialist and have them do an independent assessment on it.


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Mitsubishi Lancer 1997: When should the timing belt be replaced?

Answered by CarsGuide 26 May 2005

CHANGE the belt. The reason Mitsubishi and other carmakers specify kilometres or months is because some drivers don't do many kilometres. Belts deteriorate over time, so I would recommend you change the belt and avoid the possibility of a breakage.

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