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Old 27-09-17
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Okay thanks for the quick response guys .
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My initial thoughts were fuel starvation.
When I got to my destination, I lifted the bonnet and was able to get quite a few pumps on the fuel filter hand pump .
Haven't had the chance to drive it since.
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Just a quick question , should the water pump belt be replaced at the same time as the cam belt ?
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Just a quick question , should the water pump belt be replaced at the same time as the cam belt ?
was unaware that there is a separate water pump belt (is cam belt and balance shaft belt)

water pump is driven by main drive belt (alternator/pwrsteer/waterpump all in one)



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Probably me who has it wrong
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this may assist you a little workshop online manual ...

http://faq.out-club.ru/download/paje...1/index_M1.htm



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Excellent info . Thank you.
I pumped up the fuel filter again before head the 100kms home .
Car felt okay for the trip .
We'll see what tomorrow brings.
I did notice in the service records that the fuel filter was replaced about 1000kms ago . So that will be my first check if it plays up tomorrow
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Old 29-09-17
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Okay , surging continues . Seems like I've read a hundred pages of surging threads referring to Triton / Challenger .
Seems likethe SCV is themain culprit. I have added a heap of diesel additive to the tank .
But it seems that the SCV needs to do a re learn if replaced or if the battery has been disconnected .
As this vehicle has never seen the inside of a Mitsubishi dealer and is 7 years old and 136,000 kms , it's probably safe to assume that the battery would have been disconnected at some stage .
So perhaps a re learn when booked in for cam belt replacement .
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Old 29-09-17
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Okay , surging continues . Seems like I've read a hundred pages of surging threads referring to Triton / Challenger .
Seems likethe SCV is themain culprit. I have added a heap of diesel additive to the tank .
But it seems that the SCV needs to do a re learn if replaced or if the battery has been disconnected .
As this vehicle has never seen the inside of a Mitsubishi dealer and is 7 years old and 136,000 kms , it's probably safe to assume that the battery would have been disconnected at some stage .
So perhaps a re learn when booked in for cam belt replacement .

No relearn needed if battery disconnected. Diesel additive won't fix it If it needs a new SCV it needs it. Some here have pulled the SCV apart cleaned it and reassembled it. Don't know how long it lasts.

Buy one from E bay and have it fitted. 30 minute job. MM do recommend an SQL after fitment. We had it done months after fitting the SCV.
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Trip home from melb was great , all well .
But driving to work this morning I'm feeling a surging sensation at hwy speeds . Acceleration is fine , but on slight throttle as used when cruising it's surging.
Feels like a fueling problem.
Thought I might give you my twenty cents worth. Three months ago I bought a 2011 MN Triton cab chassis auto ute to share garage space with our 2012 PB Challenger. The Triton had been serviced a couple of days before I bought it and also suffered from surging on the highway. My son who is a diesel fitter by trade mentioned there was a little moisture on the fuel filter so I nipped it up a little and have had no surging since.
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