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I want to see the parts of a power steering gearbox of the Mitsubichi L200 pick-up

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  • ben_mabansag May 06, 2010

    Mitsubishi L200 1992 model pick up

  • ben_mabansag May 06, 2010

    I need to see the guts or internal works or everything attached to it.

  • ben_mabansag May 06, 2010

    It's power steering.

  • Greg Bernett
    Greg Bernett May 11, 2010

    What year?

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Okay...thanks. Do you need to see the guts or internal works or everything attached to it?

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