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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: mitsubishi canter truck
egr stands for Exhaust Gas Recirculation.....it is a system that takes some of the exhaust gasses and recirculates it back into the intake to be re burnt, although this system is necessary for proper emission readings at your tail pipe.it will likely cause no problems with the driving of your vehicle.........the problem could be a faulty egr valve or it could be a problem in the plumbing (pipes and hoses) of the system.Your best bet is to take your vehicle to a trusted mechanics shop to have them inspect the egr system and replace the faulty parts.
hope this helps.............Good luck!
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
Most manuals I found do not cover diesel engines. There is a Peter Russek manual for your truck which covers diesel engines. Click on the following link to check the manual http://www.auto-repair-manuals.com/Mitsubishi-1997-2002-L200-2WD-4WD-2-0L_2-4L-Petrol-2-5L-Diesel-Russek-Repair-Manual.html
THIS ARE THE SPECS FOR A 04 MITSUBISHI LANCER. Identifying Fastener Tightening Specifications Table ITEMS SPECIFICATIONS Roll stopper bracket mounting bolt69 ± 10 N.m (51 ± 7 ft-lb) Shift cable bracket mounting bolt19 ± 3 N.m (14 ± 2 ft-lb) Select lever mounting bolt19 ± 3 N.m (14 ± 2 ft-lb) Speedometer gear mounting bolt4.0 ± 1.0 N.m (35 ± 9 in-lb) Backup light switch32 ± 2 N.m (24 ± 1 ft-lb) Interlock plate bolt30 ± 3 N.m (22 ± 2 ft-lb) Poppet spring32 ± 2 N.m (24 ± 1 ft-lb) Control housing mounting bolt19 ± 3 N.m (14 ± 2 ft-lb) Under cover mounting bolt7.0 ± 1.0 N.m (61 ± 9 in-lb) Reverse idler gear shaft mounting bolt48 ± 6 N.m (35 ± 4 ft-lb) Clutch housing-transaxle case mounting bolt44 ± 5 N.m (33 ± 4 ft-lb) Front bearing retainer mounting bolt19 ± 3 N.m (14 ± 2 ft-lb) Select lever mounting nut12 ± 1 N.m (104 ± 9 in-lb) Stopper bracket mounting bolt22.3 ± 0.3 N.m (16.1 ± 0.2 ft-lb) Clutch release bearing retainer mounting bolt9.8 ± 2 N.m (87 ± 17 in-lb) Differential drive gear mounting bolt132 ± 5 N.m (98 ± 4 ft-lb)
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
SOURCE: My mitsubishi canter 4d32 engine
As an engine wears the ring lands on the pistons wear also. In addition to ring land wearing on the piston, the bore in the cylinder develops a wear pattern. Has the engine been rebuilt?
If the pistons have worn ring lands and were re-used it may allow the rings (new or old) to twist in the grooves and catch on any ridge in the cylinder, thus breaking them.
When the engine is apart you must check for proper ring land wear. You need to consult the piston manufacturer for proper wear specs, typically around 0.006in.
If you're getting a visible amount of smoke/oil from the breather after the rebuild something is not right. The rings are not seating. I would definitely recommend boring/honing the cylinders and going with a new set of pistons/rings so you don't have to pull it apart again. A little more now can save a lot in the long-run.
Posted on May 06, 2011
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