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    Vr4 specialist mechanic with diagnostics tool

    Hello,

    Does anybody know any mitsubishi vr4 mechanic with diagnostics software in the UB6 postcode or surrounding area up to 15 miles?

    I am stuck with a vr4 which is developing a new problem every time I try to remedy a previous issue with the vehicle.

    I need somebody who knows the inner workings of this engine. I have bought this car and it has alot of vaccum pipes blocked off.

    Please can anybody help!!!!!

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    Highly unlikely, these are old cars and a niche market even when new.

    Your best bet is searching Google for a Mitsubishi independent specialist/Japanese independent specialist. They are about. There are a couple of very good garages I know in Lincoln from my time living there, alas probably too far for you. I've had to travel 4/5/6 hours to have various cars fixed over the years, so be prepared to venture out.

    Always better to have someone who knows what they're doing fix it once, even if they're hours away, than a local garage who are less clued up giving it a go.

    Good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Javed View Post
    Hello,

    Does anybody know any mitsubishi vr4 mechanic with diagnostics software in the UB6 postcode or surrounding area up to 15 miles?

    I am stuck with a vr4 which is developing a new problem every time I try to remedy a previous issue with the vehicle.

    I need somebody who knows the inner workings of this engine. I have bought this car and it has alot of vaccum pipes blocked off.

    Please can anybody help!!!!!
    You don’t need software just a paper clip and then do the flashy dash method,
    Just search on here

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    Thank you Charlie. I might try autotorque. They mitsubishi vehicles. ��

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    You really should do the flashy dash method to get the fault codes. Once you have them, post back here and you'll get some help with a diagnosis.
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    My first VR4 - '97 Legnum Dark Green & mean ...it was love at first sight - now sold

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    Vr4's of any age are not OBDII compliant.
    Fashy dash is the only way you can get the correct codes from the car.
    Unless you have a dealership MUTII or MUTTIII scan tool.
    Pay attention to the advice you are being given it will save you time and money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAR View Post
    You really should do the flashy dash method to get the fault codes. Once you have them, post back here and you'll get some help with a diagnosis.
    I will try the flashy dash method.

    Thank you Tar.

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