List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

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List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby subi_man on Mon Aug 25, 2008 7:46 am

The following is a list of commonly used parts and part numbers. If anyone has something to add, please advise and I will add it to the list 8-)

Genuine oil filter - 1230A046 (Oil filter ML NS diesel)
Genuine air filter - 1500A098 (ML air filter)
Genuine fuel filter - 1770A012

After market oil filter - ?
Unifilter air filter - TT220 220S
Aftermarket fuel filter - ?

Heavy duty bash plate - MR936387 (protector package - underbody)

A/C compressor v-belt - MB813344
Alternator v-belts - 1340A032
Upper radiator hose - MN135041
Lower radiator hose - MN135049
Front wheel stud - MB584750
Wheel nut - MR455707
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Diamond_star on Thu Aug 28, 2008 7:12 am

Presently there is no non-genuine oil filter available.
If there was I doubt I would use it. Cut a genuine in half and see for yourself.
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby scubapro on Thu Aug 28, 2008 7:46 am

Valvoline make one but is costs around $40-00, genuine Mit filter $37-00 so why risk it.
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby ArrowsWA on Thu Aug 28, 2008 8:05 am

Inclined to agree with Diamond & Scuba, basically why give Mitsubishi any excuses to void warranty, by not using genuine parts, especially if price difference is small, Be different story if an after market product was proven superior and engaged a full warranty against down stream damage to your vehicle due to its use.
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby YogiOz on Thu Aug 28, 2008 8:14 am

I rang Mitsi to enquire about the heavy duty bash plate (incl giving the number below) and not one of three (yup, count 'em THREE) had any idea about the plate :o . One guy said it was Protector Package (D/lock) which he thought was expensive for door locks protectors! The last guy I spoke to said that the plates were standard not heavy duty .."They are whatever is shipped as standard". When I asked him if he knew if they were better/heavier than a previous release he had NO idea. Long story short - look like I'll get TJM for $373 fitted! :D
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Stu on Thu Aug 28, 2008 9:13 am

yogi, tjm plates are or were 6 months ago $120/$130 for front/rear, my suggestion is to tell them you will fit yourself (rear plate takes about 5 mins) & then when the front doesn't fit (which it won't) take it back and get them to fit it for free (if the front plate does fit it will also only take 5 mins) all up it's 7 or 8 bolts. One thing I did when I fitted mine was go and get some high tensile bolts to replace the standard ones, cost about $15 or $20 with new spring washers.
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby YogiOz on Thu Aug 28, 2008 10:11 am

Thanks tritonstu :)
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Iron_eagle70 on Fri Aug 29, 2008 2:23 pm

Yeah what Tri said on the high tensile bolts. I snapped one off.. It is very easy to do. Although luckily only cost a small amount to rectify.
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby YogiOz on Fri Aug 29, 2008 2:41 pm

Thanks guys - the fitting is $70 of the $373 so maybe I should just give it a burl meself!
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby subi_man on Tue Apr 21, 2009 3:24 pm

I bought some spares for our outback trip, and have added the part numbers to the list (rad hoses, drive belts etc)
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby GLSTOY on Fri May 22, 2009 4:51 am

Where abouts do you guys live to get a genuine oil filter for $37, i live in newcastle and and my local mitsu dealer is klosters and they cost $49.50, where i can get an after market one for $24.95 still chasing up for an after market high flow diesel filter,
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby hicko on Fri May 22, 2009 4:53 am

GLSTOY wrote
Where abouts do you guys live to get a genuine oil filter for $37, i live in newcastle and and my local mitsu dealer is klosters and they cost $49.50, where i can get an after market one for $24.95 still chasing up for an after market high flow diesel filter


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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Greedy on Fri May 22, 2009 10:16 am

GLSTOY wrote:Where abouts do you guys live to get a genuine oil filter for $37

I bought 6 to get that price.
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Quinny on Tue Sep 29, 2009 6:05 pm

FYI... '07 GLX-R 3.5 petrol...

Oil Filter: PN MR925945 - $19.62
Gasket: MF660035 - $2.45
Total: $24.28 (Inc GST)

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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Quinny on Tue Sep 29, 2009 6:12 pm

BTW... I'm getting the boy serviced at Auto Leaders on Compton Road tomorrow (30K) $409.00... $90 odd dollars less than the stealer...

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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Homer on Wed Sep 30, 2009 7:01 am

I'm due 30K now. Why Autoleaders Quinny?

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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby smouch1975 on Mon Sep 06, 2010 10:28 am

I have found a very good and competant spare part guy at my local Dealers.

His name is Phil, he is the Parts Manager.

email: pcuthbert@rockinghammitsubishi.com.au
tel: 08 95508810

He has told me, he is happy to take requests via email.
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Lekican on Thu Dec 30, 2010 7:03 am

Top Radiator Hose MN135041 $17 Use KY jelly to fit
Bottom Rad Hose MN135049 $36 As Above
Thermostat 1305A277 $29 (Includes Gasket)
Aircon Compressor Belt MB813344 $35 OR use 13A925 belt
Fan / Alt Belt Set (2 belts) 1340A032 $25 OR use 2x sequentially numbered 11A955 belts
Oil Filter 1230A046 $44
Air Filter 1500A098 $64 - Check often - if dirty these filters bypass; i.e. dirt gets through the filter panel (not around it)
LH Rear Mudflap MN117455 $73
LH Front Inner Guard Liner (called SPLASHSHIELD) 5370A277 $35 (Includes Clips/ Fasteners)
RH Front Inner Guard Liner (called SPLASHSHIELD) 5370A278 $35 (Includes Clips/ Fasteners)
Fuse 10 Amp MS810892 $2
Fuse 15 Amp MS810893 $2
Fuse 20 Amp MS810894 $2
Front Brake Pads Bendix DB1774-4WD $90
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby chaser on Thu Dec 30, 2010 3:54 pm

MN triton oil filter 1230a045

All other filters are the same as ml
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby trackgem on Thu Jan 20, 2011 6:09 am

thanks for the info guys great work.
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby brownegaz on Tue Mar 08, 2011 11:16 pm

I bought a genuine fuel filter today at Melville Mitsubishi $80.10
Their price for genuine air filter $69.92, oil filter $59.44

I guess we are paying the price to keep the car under Mitsubishi warranty, I have never bothered to read any fine print on non genuine filters etc I bet they wont provide warranties against damage caused by failure of one of their filters.

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List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Diddy on Wed Mar 09, 2011 12:07 am

I supply all of my non genuine filters when I get it serviced at Mitsubishi they don't mind at all so all is good
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby Mikew on Thu Mar 24, 2011 7:40 am

Aftermarket ML parts
AIR FILTER, Ryco A1512, Donaldson P506010
OIL FILTER, Ryco Z372, Donaldson P551343
FUEL FILTER, Ryco Z679, Donaldson P506011
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby SecondEye on Sun May 01, 2011 8:23 pm

With regards to AIR FILTER A1512 be aware some have little corner lugs that wont fit in some 3.2 diesels such as mine alternative was a repco branded filter
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Re: List of commonly used parts and part numbers.

Postby brownegaz on Fri Jul 22, 2011 6:05 pm

I bought a DAHL65 water seperator today to fit to my MN, while at the shop I asked about prices for oil, fuel and air filters

Mitsubishi Oil Filter $59
Donaldson Oil Filter Part No P506010 $20

Mitsubishi Air Filter $70
Donaldson Air Filter Part No P502008 $16

Mitsubishi Fuel Filter $80
Donaldson Fuel Filter Part NoP506011 $18

This was from Filters Plus in McDermott St Welshpool
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