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    14-01-2022, 11:50 AM
    And remember to change the AT filter on top as its hidden away , especially on an auto. Just make sure the area is clean of bits of old plastic wire casing and fairly easy to remove with the correct type of filter removal tool
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    07-01-2022, 02:13 PM
    Hi Steve, You could possibly give the old stepper a good spray with carb cleaner or wd40 to remove any sooty build up and put back on as it may have needed a clean rather than replace. I have included some images of my idle screw position (10-12 mm depth) which I realise is a wild stab in the dark but a rough position to work from and might be worth a try if the idling is awful at the moment anyway. Just thinking that trying both things together might at least get you close to what it was...
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    03-01-2022, 07:19 PM
    Hi Steve, Focusing on the MAF is probably the way to go for now as we may have similar symptoms with our cars. You may have read further back on the thread that I have replaced most possibilities . Sounds like you bought the stepper motor from Mike/ Viamoto as he also included a similar guide with mine. I was lucky with fitting mine, keeping the battery disconnected doing the job and when reconnected didn't need to make idle screw adjustment. BUT I have carefully turned my idle screw half a...
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    03-01-2022, 12:43 PM
    Well done for running test. Maybe the diode is on its way out if that is possible . Not sure if your cars issues are intermittent as whatever we are testing could be working ok at the time of the test. Getting the suggested soldering sorted is a good move as we are at least canceling out another possible cause. Would be interested in finding out what the results are if you get it looked at. Cheers.
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    02-01-2022, 08:43 PM
    Hi Steve, I also heard that the diode can be at fault and replaced. Was hoping that the soldering fix might be linked to the diode . Found this test in a manual that I haven't managed myself but hopefully will be of some use to you.
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    30-12-2021, 12:39 PM
    That would be amazing Garry! Many many thanks. Might use the time its off the road to sort out a couple more jobs, weather permitting. I will PM details etc. And of course also include costs for your time as well as postage costs. Thanks again!
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    29-12-2021, 02:14 PM
    Hi Tony, Thanks for adding the post for repairing the MAF and mentioning that cleaning the sensor wont fix the problem. The simple repair looks a bit scary to me as I have no confidence in my soldering or electrical skills. Wish you lived a bit closer to fix mine! Definitely worth fixing as a new one costs around£750. I just worry about making mine worse than it is, not being 100% its at fault anyway. Hope Steve manages his fix , would be good to hear how it went.
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    23-12-2021, 12:23 PM
    I agree with Dave. I replaced and upgraded just one of my horns on the passenger side. If you jack up just the one corner you will be surprised how much room there is up in there and is an easy spacious swap over. Definitely no need to remove bumper and probably one of the easier job on a Legnum.
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    22-12-2021, 02:42 PM
    Many thanks for the input Dave. As I have already ordered both sensors as they were so cheap from Viamoto I will probably go ahead and fit them to at least cancel out yet another possible cause. I will definitely give the wires a good check while changing them. Not sure if this makes sense but am hoping that the sensor is maybe reading hot or just giving a mixed message to the ECU from a cold start causing an incorrect fuel mix.
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    21-12-2021, 07:25 PM
    Hi. Contacted the south Wales Swansea Mitsubishi branch earlier today and they asked me to contact them in the new year to see if they could get the MUT II up and running and that they also had a Mechanic there that had been working for them for 40 years! Probably meant they had someone working there that was over 40 years old :)) You just saved me £85 and managed to do the 'flashy dash'. Discovered all had lights had constant short flashes which I guess means no faults found. Probably need...
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    21-12-2021, 11:08 AM
    Hi Garry , many thanks for the suggestion. I will definitely try this out and contact Mike/Viamoto regarding the part. I didn't try this option out as I thought this would only effect the car when hot but being such a cheap part its silly not to at this stage, and then move on to trying to get an accurate diagnostic . Was even considering phoning around Mitsubishi dealerships to see if their mechanics still owned or had access to MUT II. Thanks again and fingers crossed.
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    20-12-2021, 10:17 PM
    Hi. Has anyone got a spare MAF sensor for sale by any chance ? I am at a complete loss at the moment and happy to pay a good price to hopefully finally fix a very unreliable Legnum and solve a 2 year intermittent issue. Any help or even loan of a MAF sensor would be greatly appreciated.
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    20-12-2021, 03:47 PM
    Gutted, problem returned! Cant believe it! Very close to giving up! Staggered, Stalled and broke down again this morning after a couple of weeks of perfect performance thinking that cleaning the MAF and replacing stepper motor fixed the problem. Problem always happens from cold and always seems to fix itself when the engine naturally gets to its hotter temp .65-95. There seems like a slight sudden change in tone as it improves. Was stuck on the road side for an hour and now its running...
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