Mayhem2015 wrote:suits engines under 2.0L??
That link was to the 100.
I wonder if this 200 model is more suitable for the Triton's 2.4L (it doesn't seem to indicate engine size). This is just a guess ... i am only just learning about all this stuff.http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/252078676057 ... EBIDX%3AIT
Just curious if anyone has actual first hand (but obviously, off-the-record) commentary from an official Mitsubishi mechanic that these things are necessary? Forgive me if that's a stupid question ... I'm in the research stages of getting a new Triton during EOFY sales, and learning as much as I can about them.
I've read all the stories of blocked/gunked up intake manifolds, and the theories of how these catch cans and/or EGR blanks prevent it. I guess I'm just wondering why it's not more commonly reported (the blocked/gunked up intakes)? As in, is there a possibility all the reported cases are actually something else ... some other problem somewhere else that presents with these symptoms? You know ... the same way that eating too much beetroot can present the same symptoms as a serious bowel issue.
The other thought I had is whether anyone's thought of using one of these to inspect their intake manifold:https://wiki.ezvid.com/best-inspection- ... or-android