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    Mitsubishi Periodic Service Maintenance Menu:

    The Periodic Service Menu serves as your guide for your Mitsubishi vehicle maintenance schedule. It indicates the type of service classification that will be done on your vehicle at certain kilometer readings.

    It is highly recommended that you bring your Mitsubishi vehicle to authorized service dealers for a periodic maintenance check up. Mitsubishi vehicle warranty is up to 50,000 kilometers for passenger cars/AUVs and 20,000 kilometers for Light Commercial Vehicles (LCVs). Complying with the regular periodic check up is more economical in the long run as it prevents early breakdown, thereby extending the life of your vehicle.

    1000 Km Checkup

    A. Operations after engine is warmed up

    Change engine oil and oil filter
    Check / adjust valve clearance (except for vehicles with auto?lash adjusters)
    Check / adjust basic ignition timing (petrol powered vehicles)
    Check / adjust basic idling speed and CO concentration (petrol powered vehicles)
    Check crankcase ventilation hoses (petrol powered vehicles)
    Check cooling system for leaks
    Check fuel system clamp for looseness and damages

    B. Operations inside the engine compartment

    CheckV-belts for cracks, fraying wear and adjust tension
    Check condition of distributor contact points
    Check condition of distributor spark advancer
    Check condition of distributor cap, rotor & condenser
    Check ignition cables for damages
    Check vacuum pump oil hoses for damages (diesel powered vehicles)
    Check condition and clean spark plugs (petrol powered vehicles)
    Check air cleaner element for clogging and damages
    Check fluid level in automatic transmission (including transfer)
    Check engine coolant condition & level
    Check brake / clutch fluid & power steering fluid level & condition
    Check / adjust brake pedal & clutch pedal for free play
    Check / top up battery electrolyte level and terminals for loose connections/corrosion; check battery clamp

    C. Operations under the vehicle

    Check suspension system for looseness & damages
    Check suspension arm ball joints for play & dust covers for damages
    Check drive shaft boots for damages
    Check steering linkage for damages & loose connections (including seals & boots)
    Check gear oil level in manual transmission (including transfer case)
    Check gear oil level in front & rear axles
    Check exhaust pipe connection / installation for gas leakages or damages
    Tighten underchassis bolts / nuts
    heck / adjust parking brake stroke & play

    D. Operations outside the vehicle

    Check brake hoses & pipes for leakages
    Check fuel hoses and pipes for leakages
    Check tire wear, tread depth, inflation pressure, center cap and tire valve cap
    Check windshield wiper nozzle and wiper blade

    E. Electrical operations

    Check condition and function of all exterior lamps
    Check condition and function of all interior lamps
    Check instrument panel lamp
    Check all instrument panel meters and gauges
    Check function of all power windows, power mirrors and power door locks
    Check front/rear wipers in all ranges
    Check horn
    Check warning buzzer
    Check power antenna


    Light Checkup (5k, 15k, 25k, 35k, 45k, 55k, 65k, etc...)

    A. Operations after engine is warmed up

    Change engine oil and oil filter
    Check / adjust basic ignition timing (petrol powered vehicles)
    Check / adjust basic idling speed and CO concentration (petrol powered vehicles)
    Check crankcase ventilation hoses (petrol powered vehicles)
    Check cooling system for leaks
    Check fuel system clamp for looseness and damages

    B. Operations inside the engine compartment

    Check V-belts for cracks, fraying wear and adjust tension
    Check condition of distributor contact points
    Check condition of distributor spark advancer
    Check condition of distributor cap, rotor & condenser
    Check ignition cables for damages
    Check vacuum pump oil hoses for damages (diesel powered vehicles)
    Check intake air & turbocharger oil hoses for damage (vehicles with turbocharger)
    Check condition and clean spark plugs (petrol powered vehicles)
    Check radiator hoses for damages & proper connection
    Check air cleaner element for clogging and damages
    Check fluid level in automatic transmission (including transfer)
    Check engine coolant condition & level
    Check brake / clutch fluid & power steering fluid level & condition
    Check / adjust brake pedal & clutch pedal for free play
    Check / top up battery electrolyte level and terminals for loose connections/corrosion; check battery clamp

    C. Operations under the vehicle

    Check suspension system for looseness & damages
    Check suspension arm ball joints for play & dust covers for damages
    Check drive shaft boots for damages
    Check steering linkage for damages & loose connections (including seals & boots)
    Check gear oil level in manual transmission (including transfer case)
    Check gear oil level in front & rear axles
    Check exhaust pipe connection / installation for gas leakages or damages
    Tighten underchassis bolts / nuts
    Check / adjust parking brake stroke & play

    D. Operations outside the vehicle

    Check brake hoses & pipes for leakages
    Check fuel hoses & pipes for leakages
    Check tire wear, tread depth, inflation pressure, center cap and tire valve cap
    Check windshield wiper nozzle and wiper blade

    E. Electrical operations

    Check condition and function of all exterior lamps
    Check condition and function of all interior lamps
    Check instrument panel lamp
    Check all instrument panel meters and gauges
    Check function of all power windows, power mirrors and power door locks
    Check front/rear wipers in all ranges
    Check horn
    Check warning buzzer
    Check power antenna


    Regular Checkup (10k, 30k, 50k, 70k, 90k, etc...)

    A. Operations after engine is warmed up

    Change engine oil and oil filter
    Check/ adjust basic ignition timing (petrol powered vehicles)
    Check / adjust basic idling speed and CO concentration (petrol powered vehicles)
    Perform emission test
    Check crankcase ventilation hoses (petrol powered vehicles)
    Check cooling system for leaks
    Check fuel system clamp for looseness and damages

    B. Operations inside the engine compartment

    Check V-belts for cracks, fraying wear and adjust tension
    Check condition of distributor contact points
    Check condition of distributor spark advancer
    Check condition of distributor cap, rotor & condenser
    Check ignition cables for damages
    Check vacuum pump oil hoses for damages (diesel powered vehicles)
    Check intake air & turbocharger oil hoses for damage (vehicles with turbocharger)
    Check condition and clean spark plugs (petrol powered vehicles)
    Check radiator hoses for damages & proper connection
    Check / clean condition of throttle body
    Check air cleaner elementfor clogging and damages
    Check fluid level in automatic transmission (including transfer)
    Check engine coolant condition & level
    Check brake / clutch fluid & power steering fluid level & condition
    Check adjust brake pedal & clutch pedal for free play
    Check / top up battery electrolyte level and terminals for loose connections/corrosion; check battery clamp

    C. Operations under the vehicle

    Check suspension system for damages & looseness
    Check suspension arm ball joints for play & dust covers for damages
    Lubricate suspension arm, steering linkage & propeller shaft with grease fitting
    Check drive shaft boots for damages
    Check steering linkage for damages & loose connections (including seals & boots)
    Check gear oil level in manual transmission (including transfer case)
    Check gear oil level in front & rear axles
    Check exhaust pipe connection / installation for gas leakages or damage
    Tighten underchassis bolts / nuts
    Check / adjust parking brake stroke & play

    D. Operations outside the vehicle

    Rotate tires
    Check brake hoses & pipes for leakages
    Check / clean brake pads, shoe linings, discs for wear, brake & drums for wear
    Check fuel hoses and pipes for leakages
    Check tire wear, tread depth, inflation pressure, center cap and tire valve cap
    Check windshield wiper nozzle and wiper blade

    E. Electrical operations

    Check condition and function of all exterior lamps
    Check condition and function of all interior lamps
    Check instrument panel lamp
    Check all instrument panel meters and gauges
    Check function of all power windows, power mirrors and power door locks
    Check front/rear wipers in all ranges
    Check horn
    Check warning buzzer
    Check power antenna
    APPLICABLE ONLY EVERY 30,000 kms.
    Change gear oil in manual transmission (including transfer case)
    Change gear oil in front & rear axles
    Repack wheel bearings (Check condition and recommend replacement if necessary)


    Heavy Checkup (20k, 40k, 60k, 80k, 100k, etc...)

    A. Operations after engine is warmed up

    Change engine oil and oil filter
    Check / adjust valve clearance (except for vehicles with auto?lash adjusters)
    Check/ adjust basic ignition timing (petrol powered vehicles)
    Check basic ignition timing (diesel powered vehicles)
    Check/ adjust basic idling speed and CO concentration (petrol powered vehicles)
    Perform emission test
    Check the choke mechanism and linkage
    Check crankcase ventilation hoses (petrol powered vehicles)
    Check gas recirculating system (petrol powered vehicles)
    Check body condition for damages (underbody coating & body paint for corrosion damages)
    Check cooling system for leaks
    Check fuel system clamp for looseness and damages

    B. Operations inside the engine compartment

    Check V-belts for cracks, fraying wear and adjust tension
    Check condition of distributor contact points
    Check condition of distributor spark advancer
    Replace contact point and condenser
    Check ignition cables for damages
    Check vacuum pump oil hoses for damages (diesel powered vehicles)
    Check intake air & turbocharger oil hoses for damages (vehicles with turbocharger)
    Check operation of crankcase emission control system (petrol powered vehicles)
    Replace spark plugs (petrol powered vehicles)
    Inspect condition of fuel injectors
    Check radiator hoses for damages & proper connection
    Check/ clean condition of throttle body
    Replace air cleaner element
    Check fluid level in automatic transmission (including transfer)
    Replace fuel filter
    Check engine coolant condition & level
    Check brake / clutch fluid & power steering fluid level & condition
    Check/ adjust brake pedal & clutch pedal for free play
    Check/ top up battery electrolyte level and terminals for loose connections/corrosion; check battery clamp

    C. Operations under the vehicle

    Check suspension system for damages & looseness.
    Check suspension arm ball joints for play & dust covers for damages
    Lubricate suspension arm, steering linkage & propeller shaft with grease fitting
    Check drive shaft boots for damages
    Check steering linkage for damages & loose connections (including seals & boots)
    Check gear oil level in manual transmission (including transfer case)
    Check gear oil level in front & rear axles
    Check exhaust pipe connection / installation for gas leakages or damages
    Tighten underchassis bolts / nuts
    Check / adjust parking brake stroke & play

    D. Operations outside the vehicle

    Rotate tires
    Check brake hoses & pipes for leakages
    Check / clean brake pads, shoe linings, discs for wear, brake & drums for wear
    Check fuel hoses and pipes for leakages
    Check tire wear, tread depth, inflation pressure, center cap and tire valve cap
    Check windshield wiper nozzle and wiper blade

    E. Electrical operations

    Check condition and function of all exterior lamps
    Check condition and function of all interior lamps
    Check instrument panel lamp
    Check all instrument panel meters and gauges
    Check function of all power windows, power mirrors and power door locks
    Check front/rearwipers in all ranges
    Check horn
    Check warning buzzer
    Check power antenna

    APPLICABLE ONLY EVERY 40,000 kms.
    Replace engine coolant
    Change automatic transmission fluid (including transfer) and replace automatic transmission internal / external filter
    Change brake / clutch fluid & power steering fluid

    RECOMMENDED BETWEEN 60,000 kms and 80,000 kms
    Replace engine timing belt (Except vehicles with timing chain)

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    to follow or to follow the PMs skeds/instructions show how you care for car.

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    Ako I follow the PMS sched strictly with our vehicles. Medyo mahal lang nga pero it's preventive maintenance. Di naman kailangang sa casa ito gawin dahil it can be done outside. At least it's a guide for what must be maintained. In the long run doing the PMS prevents high repair costs and time.

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    Hello sir roydok, one of our club member in the strada club posted this 1000 Km PMS, as follows:

    Quote Originally Posted by G01 View Post
    My wife brought our unit to Motorplaza Service Center at Marcos Highway, Baguio for the 1K PMS.

    Total cost is Php5,850.00 .

    Here is the breakdown:


    2 gals. ML109777 YE engine oil..…………..1,240.00
    1 lt. ML109770 YE engine oil………………....160.00
    6 lts. SPIRA.LFO differential oil………….....1,200.00
    6 lts. SPIRAXG.LFO transmission oil……...1,140.00
    1 pc. ME013307 WO oil filter…………….. ..2,110.00

    It seemed strange to me that the differential and transmission oils were changed since the unit is still new. Sabi daw ng service advisor kailangan palitan na. .
    The transmission differential fluids were changed at....1000 km!!! Tsk, tsk, tsk. It seems like some money-making scheme is being adopted by a mitsubishi service center. Parang hindi ata tama ito.

    Any comments, sir?

    BTW, he is based in Baguio City.

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    i own a galant vr6.taga baguio din ako at talagang tumataga ng presyo ang motorplaza jan sir.if u happen to know mitsuparts sa naguilian road dun ka na lang pagawa,datimg mekanik sa mitsubishi ung andun.price is cheaper and service is superb.

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    Default Re: Mitsubishi Periodic Maintenance Service Menu

    Quote Originally Posted by ooba99 View Post
    Hello sir roydok, one of our club member in the strada club posted this 1000 Km PMS, as follows:



    The transmission differential fluids were changed at....1000 km!!! Tsk, tsk, tsk. It seems like some money-making scheme is being adopted by a mitsubishi service center. Parang hindi ata tama ito.

    Any comments, sir?

    BTW, he is based in Baguio City.

    Up ko lang for FYI purposes, dapat hindi muna palitan Diff and Tranny oil at 1,000 kms since hindi naman fine masyado clearnace ng mga moving parts. Kaya na nang magnets makuha yung ig parts and unless nabaha ka at na-contaminate yun, sayang pera.

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    i think bro its money-making scheme talaga un motorplaza na yan. at 1k pms pinapaltan agad un transmission at differential oils. engine oil at filter lang ang dapat pinaltan dito.

    Grabe naman tong motorplaza!

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    Default Re: Mitsubishi Periodic Maintenance Service Menu

    Hello po I'm kinda new here & just got my 1st car about a month ago 1997 Lancer tanung ko lang kung anu ung 555 is breand for shock & bushings?

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