Question about 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor
As long as the paint was keep clean and free of any damaging chemicals from the air it should not have done this, this sounds like a factory defect, call there customer support number in your owners manual and take this higher up, about 5 years ago I succeeded in getting my truck a new paint job for a similar defect, but it took allot of phone calls to the right people, the dealer level is just the 1st step, move up the latter, be nice but be firm, have a few well known body shops look at the problem, if they agree this is a defect try to get that in writing from at least two of them. Also contact the paint manufacturer and ask them about this oxidation issue. In closing remember be nice but be bull dog persistent, i have been in the new car dealer system all my 35 years as a technician and this is how it works on issues like this..
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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