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0000 Mitsubishi MITSUBISHI 00 - Front Suspension Control Arm
Complaint: consumer took the vehicle to the dealer for recall repairs, owner indicated the repairs did not include or indicate damage to the ball joint boot, the recall component (sr-99-002). mitsubishi inspect

0000 Mitsubishi MITSUBISHI 00 - Front Suspension Control Arm
Complaint: consumer took the vehicle to the dealer for recall repairs, owner indicated the repairs did not include or indicate damage to the ball joint boot, the recall component (sr-99-002). mitsubishi inspect

0000 Mitsubishi MITSUBISHI 00 - Suspension
Complaint: eclipse model, axle broke causing vehicle to loose control and go into ditch, injury resulted from accident. .

0000 Mitsubishi MITSUBISHI 00 - Suspension Lower Ball Joint
Complaint: recall repair work completed (99v-066), during repair damage to upper rubber boots which were torn. mjs .

1988 Mitsubishi CORDIA 88 - Multiple Axle Suspension
Complaint: the right rear wheel bearings failed, causing damage to the wheel hub and the spindle/trailing arm assembly. .

1990 Mitsubishi MITSUBISHI 90 - Front Suspension
Complaint: timing belt failed. .

1993 Mitsubishi STEALTH 93 - Front Suspension
Complaint: at a speed of 96 mph vehicle veered off the road ejecting driver from vehicle , resulting in fatality. *sd .

1993 Mitsubishi TRUCK 93 - Front Suspension
Complaint: vehicle is out of alignment, vehicle sways to the right when driving. tt .

1994 Mitsubishi MITSUBISHI 94 - Suspension
Complaint: the front axle of the vehicle snapped, causing collision due to lack of steering and loss of control. .

1995 Mitsubishi MITSUBISHI 95 - Suspension Lower Ball Joint
Complaint: while driving about 5-7 mph nd making a left turn, lower ball joint and axle broke. vehicle has been repaired at owner's expense. please provide any further information. *ak .

1999 Mitsubishi MITSUBISHI 99 - Suspension
Complaint: the suv-nativa does not drive in a straight line, it tends to deviate to the right. this is noticed particularly when applying the brakes. the car has been taken to the dealer for correction in two



Based on component classification data of National Highway Traffic and Safety Adminstration (NHTSA).

Last Update: August 28, 2004