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Old 05-04-2018, 08:14 PM
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Default Just bought my first mitsubishi.

So, just bought a 2004 lancer ralliart. What did I get myself into? I know nothing about mitsubishi. I just knew that when I seen the car it spoke to me. I had to have it after a test drive.

It has 121000 on it and I will be doing the timing belt, water pump soon. Just mainly wanting to know what the common failure points are to look there first as I'm still feeling the car out. I love it so far, but of course it's 14 years old so not without problems. Thanks.
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