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2003 - 2007 MITSUBISHI SHOGUN MK3 OFF SIDE HEADLIGHT HEAD LAMP FACELIFT OSF

2003 - 2007 MITSUBISHI SHOGUN MK3 OFF SIDE HEADLIGHT HEAD LAMP FACELIFT OSF 2003 - 2007 MITSUBISHI SHOGUN MK3 OFF SIDE HEADLIGHT HEAD LAMP FACELIFT OS...

£29.95
1999 - 2006 MITSUBISHI SHOGUN 3.2 DI-D MANUAL INSTRUMENT CLUSTER SPEEDO MR402539

1999 - 2006 MITSUBISHI SHOGUN 3.2 DI-D MANUAL INSTRUMENT CLUSTER SPEEDO MR402539 1999 - 2006 MITSUBISHI SHOGUN 3.2 DI-D MANUAL INSTRUMENT CLUSTER SPEE...

£80.00
MITSUBISHI SHOGUN 3.2 DI-D DIESEL GRADED CAT CATALYTIC CONVERTER CL6025T RECENT

MITSUBISHI SHOGUN 3.2 DI-D DIESEL GRADED CAT CATALYTIC CONVERTER CL6025T RECENT MITSUBISHI SHOGUN 3.2 DI-D DIESEL GRADED CAT CATALYTIC CONVERTER CL602...

£150.00
STEERING WHEEL Mitsubishi Shogun 2001 2007 Equippe Di-D 4WD & WARRANTY - 1351564

STEERING WHEEL Mitsubishi Shogun 01-07 Equippe Di-D 4WD & WARRANTY - 1351564 Mitsubishi Shogun Steering Wheel Removed from a 2002 ( Shogun 2001 T...

£62.00
BRAKE CALIPER Mitsubishi Shogun 2001 To 2007 PASSENGERS REAR Warranty 5155096

BRAKE CALIPER Mitsubishi Shogun 2001 To 2007 PASSENGERS REAR Warranty 5155096 Mitsubishi Shogun Passenger Side Rear Brake Caliper Removed from a 200...

£56.00
BRAKE CALIPER Mitsubishi Shogun 2001 To 2007 PASSENGERS FRONT WARRANTY 5048723

BRAKE CALIPER Mitsubishi Shogun 2001 To 2007 PASSENGERS FRONT WARRANTY 5048723 Mitsubishi Shogun Passenger Side Front Brake Caliper Removed from a 2...

£56.00
BRAKE CALIPER Mitsubishi Shogun 1991 To 2001 PASSENGERS FRONT Warranty 1235624

BRAKE CALIPER Mitsubishi Shogun 1991 To 2001 PASSENGERS FRONT Warranty 1235624 Mitsubishi Shogun Passenger Side Front Brake Caliper Removed from a 1...

£38.00
1999 2003 MITSUBISHI SHOGUN PAJERO MK3 SWB NEAR SIDE REAR BUMPER CORNER TRIM SILVER

99-03 MITSUBISHI SHOGUN PAJERO MK3 SWB NEAR SIDE REAR BUMPER CORNER TRIM SILVER 99-03 MITSUBISHI SHOGUN PAJERO MK3 SWB NEAR SIDE REAR BUMPER CORNER TR...

£75.00
1999 - 2003 MITSUBISHI SHOGUN PAJERO MK3 CHROME REAR BUMPER CENTER STEP

1999 - 2003 MITSUBISHI SHOGUN PAJERO MK3 CHROME REAR BUMPER CENTER STEP 1999 - 2003 MITSUBISHI SHOGUN PAJERO MK3 CHROME REAR BUMPER CENTER STEP 1999 -...

£45.00
1999 - 2006 MITSUBISHI SHOGUN PAJERO 3.2 DI-D MK3 MAP SENSOR MR202119

1999 - 2006 MITSUBISHI SHOGUN PAJERO 3.2 DI-D MK3 MAP SENSOR MR202119 1999 - 2006 MITSUBISHI SHOGUN PAJERO 3.2 DI-D MK3 MAP SENSOR MR202119 1999 - 200...

£35.00
99 - 06 MITSUBISHI SHOGUN PAJERO MK3 NEAR SIDE FRONT LEFT MIRROR IN BLACK NSF

99 - 06 MITSUBISHI SHOGUN PAJERO MK3 NEAR SIDE FRONT LEFT MIRROR IN BLACK NSF 99 - 06 MITSUBISHI SHOGUN PAJERO MK3 NEAR SIDE FRONT LEFT MIRROR IN BLAC...

£29.95
1996 Mitsubishi Shogun - Starter Motor & WARRANTY - 5166881

1996 Mitsubishi Shogun - Starter Motor & WARRANTY - 5166881 Starter Motor Removed from a 1996 (Shogun 1991 To 2001 Range) Mitsubishi Shogun GLS...

£66.00

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Common and potential problems with the Mitsubishi Shogun

The SUV from Mitsubishi first hit our showrooms in 1991, although it had been available in other markets since 1982. Since then it has seen 4 incarnations. Shortly after its release it won the Paris – Dakar Rally, and went on to become the most successful vehicle in the rally, winning its class 7 times out of 10. This helped it to build a good solid reputation for off-road ability.

Second Generation 1991 – 1999

The second incarnation saw a virtually completely new design. Both the short and long wheelbase grew in size, and also saw the introduction of SS4 (Super Select 4WD). This new system meant switching between 2wd and 4wd could be done at speeds up to 62mph. The multimode ABS meant it was fully functional in all driving modes, a vast improvement over the previous model.

Ensure the timing belt has been changed according to the maintenance schedule.

If your Shogun blows black smoke when revved then your diesel pump probably needs calibrating.

Listen for a rattling noise from the bottom of the engine; this can indicate the crankshaft pulley is loose.

There can be a problem with leaks on the front brake system, which can impair braking ability.

Mitsubishi performed a recall for a faulty Hydraulic Brake Booster. If yours hasn’t been changed you might find you’re having to use excessive braking pressure.

Some people’s problems were traced back to a crack on the injector pump.

Some owners reported having problems with the manual gearbox. Many overcome it by adding an oil additive, or by using slightly thinner oil.

Third Generation 1999 – 2006

The third generation also saw a complete new design. However, this time it seemed to be a little more focused to on-road driving. The Shogun got a lower centre of gravity, and a much more rigid chassis. Both of these adjustments made for a far more civilized road car.

Mitsubishi performed a recall on the EGR Cooler. It is a silver box under the plastic engine cover on the driver’s side of the 3.2 diesels. The sides should be ribbed; if they are smooth a dealer should replace it free of charge.

The rear heater pipes are made of steel, meaning they rust and eventually leak. Aftermarket replacements are made of aluminium.

Many owners reported issues with the central locking not working unless they were right next to the car. This is a common complaint because Mitsubishi used a very short aerial for the central locking system.

LWB models tend to suffer from leaking tail shafts. It is a good idea to regularly check the oil levels, and replace seals as necessary.

Fourth Generation 2006 – Present

The fourth generation is arguably more of a redesign of the third generation rather than a complete new one. It did see several styling and interior changes, as well as many uprated safety features. In 2012 the Shogun was updated with a new monocoque body and improved suspension.

The V6 petrol models have a fuel filter that can become clogged, especially if the tank runs low, or is left to run empty.

Oil pressure switch’s regularly leak, and are sometimes misdiagnosed as needing a new oil filter.

LWB models tend to suffer from leaking tail shafts. It is a good idea to regularly check the oil levels, and replace seals as necessary.

Many owners complained about faulty seatbelts. The slow functioning belt does not affect safety, so Mitsubishi won’t get involved.

Gearbox sensors can corrode and cause a flashing centre diff light.

Brake pads can corrode and stick to calipers. This usually means the pads need removing and cleaning. After removal you must switch the ignition on (but not the engine) and pump the brake pedal 100 times to recalibrate the control unit.

The wire to the compressor clutch can brake, causing the aircon to fail.

There are offset bolts to adjust the camber on the rear wheels, however these can often rust to the bushes, making adjustment very difficult.

Many owners mentioned the importance of keeping an eye on the oil levels, as the engine tray can hide many leaks, meaning by the time you notice considerable damage can already have occurred.

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