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Mitsubishi Express Starwagon SF SG SH Petrol series Autofix Service and Repair Manual 2WD abd 4WD 1987-1994
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Mitsubishi Express Starwagon 2WD & 4WD 1987 - 1994 Autofix Owners Service & Repair Manual covers: Express Starwagon 1987-1994 two and four wheel drive, Van and Wagon.
Series: SF SG SH Petrol.
Petrol Engines Covered:
NOTE: Only maintenance, adjustment, minor repair procedures plus removal and installation are described for the Automatic Transmission.
Includes Black & white photographs, line drawings and wiring diagrams.
Covers everything you need to know, step by step procedures, hundreds of photographs and illustrations, routine maintenance, wiring diagrams, repairs and overhauls, and what tools to buy. Gregory's manuals are based on an actual vehicle stripdown and are researched and written by automotive engineers with vast experience.
In June 1986 the Delica/ Mitsubishi Starwagon underwent its third full model change. More aerodynamic than previous versions, its monocoque body and extensive safety features proved very popular in Japan's fast-growing recreational vehicle market segment. The actual greater rounded design was termed as "soft cube" styling by Mitsubishi. Passenger versions stayed sold as Delica Star Wagons, which became just plain "Starwagon" in Australia. Industrial municipal debt market version is known as the "Express" in Australia.
Even so the subsequent L400 Delica and Delica Space Gear were introduced in 1994, the L300 Delica (van versions only) still remained in production in 2007 for export markets. In Japan industrial municipal debt market Delica range was replaced by way of a badge-engineered Mazda Bongo under an OEM deal which began in November NINETEEN NINETY NINE. However, at the time of 2011, the commercial version of the third generation Delica remains on sale in Australia where it retains the "Mitsubishi Express" badge.
A lot of different engines were available, out of your 1.4-liter up to 2.4-liter petrol, plus a 2.5-liter diesel and turbodiesel. Rear- or four-wheel drive, several bodystyles and two different wheelbases made for getting a particularly extensive lineup. The 4 wheel drive chassis took it's origin from that associated with the contemporary Mitsubishi Pajero, although parts are seldom interchangeable.
Cargo versions are built by way of the China Motor Corporation in Taiwan. This generation Delica was also built under license by Hyundai of Republic Of Korea, where it had been called the "Hyundai Grace" or "Hyundai H-100" in a few Eurasian markets. Launched in December 1986, this version originally received the twin headlights as used in america market versions, but after having a front-end facelift as an alternative to more aerodynamic version received thinner plus more ! rounded headlights. This version was referred to as "New Grace". Both the 2.4-liter gasoline and a pair of.5-liter turbodiesel inline-four engines were available, both Mitsubishi designs. Hyundai terminology resulted included in the 4D56 diesel engine being renamed D4BX / D4BA.
From 1987 until 1990, Mitsubishi sold this model in small numbers nationwide as the "Wagon" for passenger versions and "Van" for windowless cargo versions. The US versions all received a 107 horsepower (80 kW) version of the 2.4-liter 4G64 engine. For model years 1990 and 1991 an LS version belonging to the Wagon was added. Taiwanese-produced CMC Delica vans can be bought in Mexico currently being the Dodge 1000 as of July 2007.