A total of 410 complaints have been filed with NHTSA for vehicles that are model year 2015 or newer. 15.1%, or 62 of those complaints have caused some degree of injury. 14.9%, or 61 were crash related, and 1.0%, or 4 complaints describe fire-related incidents.
About two months ago my vehicle started acting up on and off. When ever my a/c is on and i come to a complete stop like a red light or stop signs my truck gets to jerking, idling up and majority of the time it shuts off. It will started back up after a few minutes but i will have to turn everything off like head lights, emergency flashes. Also if i am sitting in the sitting in my truck with the air running it jerks and tries to cut off, unless i turn of the ac compressor, just like if i come to a red light or stop sign, as long as i turn off the ac compressor my truck want cut off. Now, it was a couple of times i was making a turn and coming off a gas station lot and it just off.
The vehicle slowed down to 20 mph when the outside air temperature was near 95 deg f and the road slightly uphill. A message came on the dashboard that read limited propulsion. It happened on i-15 on the way to vegas last september. I filed a complaint with bbb and the answer i got from mitsubishi was that it is designed that way. I have a copy of the mitsubishi manual stating that. I wrote letters with no action. This already happened twice. I am afraid to drive the car in hot weather. See the attached 5 detailed files for info.
The car doesnt crank and we have to wait like 2 or 3 min and then will crank but struggling.
When accelerating or braking on any roads or conditions the driver seat will rock back and forth. This has been happening since i purchased the vehicle 5/22/2020.
My rear drivers side brake caliper froze last year and currently my rear https://hoodsite. Com/passenger brake caliper is frozen. The other day i was driving and i noticed a constant scraping sound, i was able to jack up the car and spin the tire and confirm that the brake is making contact with the rotor.