21 Oct, 12

Mitsubishi Shogun Throttle Body Repairs

What is a Mitsubishi Shogun Throttle Body

Mitsubishi Shogun 2008 Throttle Body RepairsThe Mitsubishi Shogun throttle body is a butterfly valve that sits between the air intake filter and the intake manifold. The purpose of the throttle body is the regulate how much air can go into the engine based on the throttle position sensor and other factors. The Mitsubishi Shogun Throttle Body is a part we are frequently taking enquiries for and so it seems to be quite a common failing part.

Mitsubishi Shogun Throttle Body Common Faults

The Mitsubishi Shogun throttle body is becoming a more common failing part now as we are getting a growing interest and enquiries for the repair service of this type of throttle body. Some of the most common symptoms of a failed throttle body include the following:

  • Lack of power
  • Poor idling
  • No throttle response
  • limp mode (restricted performance)

Common Mitsubishi Shogun Throttle Body Part Numbers

Below, the following part numbers have come into our workshop as the most common failing part numbers so far:
4M41U
CAD5051
1540A033
12H28
0020
00272
12H15

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