Yes folks, it’s definitely the season of recalls. It’s now the turn of the Mitsubishi Triton LITE Turbo, of which 2,200 units in Malaysia are involved in what Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM) terms as a ‘Field Fix Campaign’. That’s a recall to you and I, then.
Specifically, models that are sold from April 2012 to December 2013 are affected, and are now required to undergo a preventive and safety measure to replace their crankshaft pulley bolts. The whole process will take one hour, and can be carried out at any Mitsubishi authorised service centres.
The local distributor has issued notification letters to all effected owners, and ensures that the full cost of the part replacement (a permanent fix to the issue) will be borne by Mitsubishi Motors.