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Mitsubishi 
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Recall: No. 1 of 3
Recall Ref: R2001/071
Exact Model: Spacewagon and Spacerunner
Description: POSSIBLE CRACKING OF FUEL TANK AND CHECK VALVE
VIN: VARIOUS
Build Date: 1st January 1998 to 31st December 2001
Numbers: 2808
Defect: There is a possibility that the fuel tank upper panel may suffer from fatigue failure due to repeated stress caused by the fuel tank breathing. In addition the Spacerunners will be checked for cracks on the check valve due to interference with the cross member.
Action: If any cracks are apparent the fuel tank will be replaced, if no crack is visible a reinforcement plate will be fitted, the check valve will be relocated.
Launch Date: 31 October 2001
   
Recall: No. 2 of 3
Recall Ref: R/2006/193
Exact Model:
Description: Brake hose may fracture
VIN:
Build Date:
Numbers: 3572
Defect: The front left brake pipe may foul the power steering hose which can damage the brake pipe which may fail, leading to loss of brake fluid.
Action: Recall affected vehicles, check pipe for damage, if OK apply new securing clip. If damaged, replace pipe with modified version.
Launch Date: 25 May 2007
   
Recall: No. 3 of 3
Recall Ref: R/2006/227
Exact Model:
Description: Air inlet intercooler mounts may crack
VIN:
Build Date:
Numbers: 8
Defect: The mountings for the intercooler air inlet (bonnet air intake garnish) are inappropriate and heat from the engine may cause mount deformation resulting in increased stress on the mounts. This condition could cause the mounts to crack and, in a worst case scenario, the bonnet air intake garnish could fall off potentially creating a traffic obstruction.
Action: Recall the vehicles that are likely to be affected to fit new air intake garnish mountings.
Launch Date: 14 March 2007
   
 

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