Here at We Buy Broken Vans, we are specialist buyers of Mitsubishi Warrior L200 vans whatever the condition. We’re pleased to offer competitive valuations based on our vast knowledge and experience of these types of vans – it’s what we’re best at! No matter whether your vehicle is fully working, broken down or only suitable for Mitsubishi Warrior L200 spares, we promise to provide easy, hassle-free payment to all sellers.
If you’re looking to sell your Mitsubishi Warrior L200 for a really great price, then why not get in touch with We Buy Broken Vans today. All you need to do is call, email or text us with your van details. Here are just some of the reasons to sell to us:
Mitsubishi vans are widely considered to be reliable and well built, and Mitsubishi Warrior faults are unusual. However, issues can still occur just like any other brand which can be expensive and inconvenient. Here we have listed some of the most common Mitsubishi Warrior L200 problems we have seen on these vans:
In diesel engines, the Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) valve operates by allowing a controlled amount of exhaust gas to recycle through the intake manifold. This exhaust gas then naturally combines with the air taken in and in doing so cools the entire process of combustion. However, an excess of these gases due to a fault cause issues with the emissions part of an MOT test and cause regular MOT failures and can even mean fumes seeping into the cab itself.
Some Mitsubishi Warrior problems involve a slipping clutch. This can mean the requirement to force the gearstick when changing gears and the possibility of the van regularly popping out of gear. Annoying and potentially expensive.
Mitsubishi Warrior cambelt replacement should be within five years or 60,000 miles (whichever is sooner). Although cambelts are pricey and it’s tempting not to bother, if they fail then several thousand pounds will be needed for a new engine as the damage will be extensive.
If your van’s crankshaft sensor isn’t working very well, then it isn’t sending the right signals to the spark plugs. This can mean the engine can start to shake and cut out due to a lack of fuel.
If you’re fed up with the worry and cost of running an old or damaged Mitsubishi Warrior L200 van then we can help. Perhaps Mitsubishi Warrior spares are proving expensive or difficult to find? Simply enter your reg# and details into our free online valuation tool to find its value. At We Buy Broken Vans we have vast experience in buying Mitsubishi Warrior Vans and promise to offer you a great price for your van even if it has faults, damage or doesn’t run. Why not call us now on 0121 285 9859 to begin the process? If you prefer mobile, then call/text us now on 07582 859 859.
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