2022 Mitsubishi Outlander recalled due to potentially faulty fuel pump
Mitsubishi To be remember nearly 17,000 units of 2022 Outlander due to a potential problem with fuel pump electrical wiring. It explains that not all SUVs in the campaign are fitted with the faulty fuel pump, but it is recalling a relatively large batch of vehicles to be on the safe side.
The company told National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) affected examples of the Outlander were built with a fuel pump whose commutator and wiring were not properly fused during manufacture, an issue that resulted in poor continuity. This can cause the commutator and brushes in the fuel pump to wear abnormally, which can cause the unit to stop delivering fuel to the engine – as a result, the engine will suddenly stop or won’t start. According to the company, the problem is caused by the fault of the sub-component supplier.
Mitsubishi wrote that the recall covers 16,616 units New Outlander for 2022 in the United States, although it is estimated that only about first% of which were fitted with a faulty fuel pump. The affected vehicles were manufactured between February 8, 2021 and October 12, 2021.
Owners of affected vehicles will be notified by mail beginning March 2022. They will need to bring their Outlander to the nearest service center for a free replacement of the damaged fuel pump unit. update. The driver will also be able to receive charges related to the fault (such as sled bill, presumably) is refunded by contacting Mitsubishi customer relations after they receive the recall notice letter.