04 Mitsubishi Endeavor Owners Manual
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Deciding between a Pilot and the Endeavor. I don’t really require the 3rd 2005-02-15 16:40:04 Truth About Cars The above quote is attributed to Mutsuhiro Oshikiri, head of Mitsubishi Australia. While hearing any company head speak so disparagingly about their product would be shocking, Mitsubishi used to be a serious player down under, with local manufacturing 2012-08-23 22:52:40 Cars After much research, I decided to look for a ’06-’09 Mitsubishi Endeavor with less than 50K miles Has decent visibility throughout. Factory Stereo is by Rockford Fosgate, with an 8″ sub in the right rear cargo panel.
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Review I bought this car in 2005 with 26,000 miles on it. It is now 2018, and I've just rolled over 188,000 miles. This is still my primary vehicle, but I am considering a new car, although I don't know that I will ever find another I like as well. It still runs well and is still fun to drive with plenty of pep. We have had no engine or transmission issues. On the whole, this has been an amazing car.
The AWD has been great in snow and icy conditions. We replaced a timing belt at around 100,000 as part of general maintenance.
Had the a/c problem with water pouring into the front floorboards around. Fixed at dealership. Had another issue with heating and cooling in 2013, required two trips to the dealership to fix. John Deere 102 Repair Manual there. Now, in 2018, my mechanic thinks it needs a compressor because the a/c starts blowing hot air when you drive above 55 or 60 mph/get above 2500 rpm. Works great at speeds less than that, or while idling.
The paint is starting to look terrible, and the headlight covers have yellowed and seem cloudy, making the lights not as good as they once were. We have replaced motors in two windows, and wheel bearings three times.
Calipers have to be replaced every few years, and we have replaced rotors three times. Currently need to replace passenger side door lock bc it will no longer automatically lock and unlock, but it can be locked manually. I still really like to drive this vehicle, but it is looking bad on the outside and I need more seating for my family.
That, combined with my current a/c issue and the appeal of better gas mileage and being able to buy regular instead of premium gas, is why I am considering a different vehicle. We will keep this one, though, as a spare, and also because I don't want to part with it! Review Bought my wife's 2004 Endeavor new in Oct 2003 for $26k (great price!). Has 311,000 miles now. I do 95% of maintenance and keep up with everything regularly. I change the Mobil 1 synthetic oil every 6k miles of mostly HW driving (23.5k a year). Wish I could buy another one just like it.