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Mitsubishi 
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Recall: No. 1 of 6
Recall Ref: R2001/054
Exact Model: (F Car Model)
Description: SUSPENSION LOWER ARM BALL JOINT MAY SUFFER PREMATURE WEAR
VIN: TO BE ADVISED
Build Date: 1st January 1993 to 31st December 1996
Numbers: 5207
Defect: There is a possibility that due to water and dirt ingress into the lower arm ball joint, the ball stud and joint case may suffer from premature wear. In the worst case, the ball stud may come out of the ball joint case.
Action: Recall affected vehicles, inspect the lateral lower arm ball joints and replace if free play exceeds manufacturers specification.
Launch Date: 12 July 2001
   
Recall: No. 2 of 6
Recall Ref: R2000/063
Exact Model: Galant and Spacewagon
Description: BRAKING EFFICIENCY MAY BE REDUCED
VIN: VARIOUS
Build Date: 1998 - 1999
Numbers: 1921
Defect: The nipple for the brake booster vacuum hose may become choked due to adhesion and accumulation of combustion products from the engine. This may cause, in the worst case, reduced braking efficiency after operating the brake pedal several times in a short period.
Action: Recall affected vehicles to relocate nipple from intake manifold to resonator to avoid accumulation of combustion products.
Launch Date: 24 August 2000
   
Recall: No. 3 of 6
Recall Ref: R2000/090
Exact Model:
Description: FUEL TANK MAY CRACK AND LEAK
VIN: VARIOUS
Build Date: 24th August 1995
Numbers: 1447
Defect: There is a possibility that the fuel tank may be incorrectly welded on its upper panel and baffle late in the tank causing it to crack on the welded position. In the worst case this may cause the fuel tank to leak fuel.
Action: Inspect the vehicles, replace the fuel tanks if leaking and in cases where no abnormality is found apply a protector plate.
Launch Date: 22 January 2001
   
 

Manufacturer contact details:
The Colt Car Company Ltd
Watermoor, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1LF
(01285) 655777
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