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The Recalling of Mitsubishi

  • October 26, 2017

July 28, 2017 — Mitsubishi is recalling over a hundred, model year 2007-2013 traveler SUVs with wiper motors which will fail and cause the wiper blades to prevent operating.

According to the maker, water will fall between the hood and therefore the screen and leak into the electric motor respiration hole.

Mitsubishi says water will sink onto the front electric motor through a spot between the front deck garnish (the body piece between the hood and screen) and therefore the front windshield.
wiper blades

If this happens, water might doubtless collect within the space of the electric motor respiration hole. The water may directly enter the electric motor through the respiration hole and cause internal corrosion and electrical failures. this might occur particularly once driving in significant rain, the terribly time you do not wish the wiper blades to suddenly fail.

The recall begins nowadays, July 28, 2017. Mitsubishi dealers can replace the wiper motors within the Outlanders, however house owners with queries ought to decision 888-648-7820 and create relevancy recall range SR-17-003.

Mitsubishi traveler house owners square measure at home with wiper issues because the maker has recalled nearly two hundred,000 SUVs within the past for constant and similar defects. In Nov 2016, Mitsubishi recalled the traveler and traveler Sport to mend 2 totally different problems that were inflicting the wipers to fail.

In the 2016 recall, Mitsubishi recalled a hundred,000 model year 2007-2013 Outlanders with windshield wipers that failed because water was entering between the hood and windshield, causing corrosion of the wiper link ball joints.

Another 95,000 model year 2011-2015 Outlander Sports were recalled because wiper motors were failing due to water that dropped between the hoods and the windshields into the breathing holes of the wiper motors, again causing the motors to corrode.

The recall begins today, July 28, 2017. Mitsubishi dealers will replace the wiper motors in the Outlanders, but owners with questions can also call them and make reference to the recall number.