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    #11
    Quote Originally Posted by xuled View Post
    Affected din po ba ung 2.4 AT 4x2? I'm still waiting for my unit and if 4x2 are also affected i will not hesitate to consider other brand.

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    Not many forum members yet with the 2.4s. Be brave ikaw una 2.4AT owner dito sa forum.

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    #12
    Quote Originally Posted by aDD_L View Post
    Meron din kasi sila mga issues
    I just checked the montero/pajero sport threads in thailand...

    A number of steering issues which Mitsubishi has aknowledged.... ��
    Last edited by StockEngine; April 18th, 2016 at 03:15 AM.

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    #13
    Quote Originally Posted by Juan Martinez View Post
    but, bro, cox's fort is still within warranty i suppose. would toyota replace the tranny or replace it with a new one?
    Juan yes toyota should repair all the affected units unfortunately the tech guys here dont have any clue whats goin on. My suggestion if it happens to you report it immidetely, document everything so that you can claim to warranty

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    #14
    These could be isolated cases, why car dealers doesn't know about this?

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    #15
    I wonder why they have not detected this. A jerky transmission will be quite easy to detect during testing right?

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    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by Lew_Alcindor View Post
    I wonder why they have not detected this. A jerky transmission will be quite easy to detect during testing right?
    Yup maybe left hand version lang meron. Or toyota denies the problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Vensong Quezon View Post
    These could be isolated cases, why car dealers doesn't know about this?
    I dont think its isolated meron na ako nakausap meron din fort nila. Dealers will not tell customers. They will loose a lot of business even toyota phil will not admit their fault. Even previous model d4d problem they just quietly change the problem part.

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    #17
    Hi Cox!

    I've been driving my mother's 1week old fortuner 2.4g a/t so no hill descent. Also I am experiencing that jerk. Felt during decceleration at approx. 35km/h. By my non-expert guess parang nag re-release ang lock up torque converter but then again wild guess lang iyon.

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    #18
    Quote Originally Posted by Lew_Alcindor View Post
    I wonder why they have not detected this. A jerky transmission will be quite easy to detect during testing right?
    During r&d most parts are pre-production. Maybe during the production phase the supplier might have tweaked something to save money. Hopefully these are isolated cases, but i totalled almost 10 posters saying theyve experienced this already. And it was a recent issue in thai forums maybe a certain batch is only affected.

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    #19
    Quote Originally Posted by babkalakal View Post
    Hi Cox!

    I've been driving my mother's 1week old fortuner 2.4g a/t so no hill descent. Also I am experiencing that jerk. Felt during decceleration at approx. 35km/h. By my non-expert guess parang nag re-release ang lock up torque converter but then again wild guess lang iyon.
    Same here bab when slowing down below 40 yan lalabas, going down the flyover or simply slowing dow. now its official TMP is telling me becuase of the hill decent and 4x4 models. told the dealership tranny problems talaga. Sorry nalang tayo for our units. I have 2 more units of fort to be released this week. Cancelled it already.

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    #20
    Quote Originally Posted by StockEngine View Post
    I just checked the montero/pajero sport threads in thailand...

    A number of steering issues which Mitsubishi has aknowledged.... ��
    Hi sir, can you share the links. May napapansin akong parang "uga"/vibrate pag nag rotate around 180 degrees, not sure if normal yun.

    Para din macheck ko for other issues. Hirap na, baka may naiignore akong possible issue. :D

    Edit: sorry if medyo OT

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