There is an Improvement, Mitsubishi Indonesia Drag 17,064 Outlander Sport Unit

By : Ahmad Fadli And Aldi Firhand. A | Tuesday, November 14 2017 - 23:31 IWST

Menperin Airlangga Hartarto shook hands with CEO of Mitsubishi Motors. Osamu Masuko before a meeting in Tokyo. (Photo PR)
Menperin Airlangga Hartarto shook hands with CEO of Mitsubishi Motors. Osamu Masuko before a meeting in Tokyo. (Photo PR)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - PT Mitsubishi Motors Krama Yudha Sales Indonesia is improving its 17,064 units of its products in the sport utility vehicle class or SUV Mitsubishi Outlander Sport. The company will make replacement of tailgate gas spring assy for cars produced from 2012-2016.

Of these, 10,839 units of which are also involved in the replacement of the front wiper motor assy. All vehicles involved in the replacement of the wiper assy motor front are also involved in the replacement of the tailgate gas spring assy.

"The improvement campaign program is Mitsubishi's commitment to maintain continuous product quality as well as efforts to provide the best products and provide quality assurance services for consumers," said Director of Sales & Marketing Division of PT MMKSI Irwan Kuncoro

Tailgate gas spring assy should be replaced due to the inadequacy of the anti-rust layer in the end cap outher tube area. If the outer tube is rusted, the end cap may detach and injure the consumer or the tailgate will fall suddenly and potentially cause injury.

The replacement of moor wiper assy front because of the inability of waterproof structure that resulted in the potential of water into the wiper motor and cause short and make the wiper motor does not work. All the replacement takes 1 hour.

However, until now the company has not received any reports of incidents caused by such damage. Mitsubishi through all authorized dealers will send invitation letters to consumers.

Consumers Mitsubishi Outlander Sport owners who accept campaign invitations can directly contact the dealer for inspection and replacement at no charge, "said Irwan.

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