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Instructions hi ive lost my fitting instruction for ( SP036026 ) reversing sensors for my Mitsubishi L200 reverse sensor kit - animal 2005 reg, where can i download it from. it doesnt haven the l200 in the model list

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Use leaf spring lowering blocks, they are availiable at most good parts stores like NAPA and CarQuest.

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Its most likely a seal on the power steering rack by the age it will most likely just be a seal they are about £7 in UK but possible the rack is goosed although I doubt it, please be careful using the car as it can lock the steering in position, and,,,, well you get it.

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You have the reverse switch on the gear box, thry to find it and see if it's ok, but before that first check ligtbubs, than fuse and than thry to finde the gearbox switch.

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