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This might be covered already in another topic that I struggle to find, so I'll start a new one.

I learned today that the 5 year warranty on the Pajero Sport requires the anti corrosion treatment to be renewed ever 6 months. The funny thing is I wasn't told by Mitsubishi, but by the company that did the treatment when I bought it.

Anyone know more about this?

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I can't fully answer your question, only to say that when I bought my Mitsubishi Triton the sales guy offered the anti corrosion treatment as a free option, which I of course accepted. The sales guy handed me a certificate and booklet from the local company who did the anti corrosion treatment and I remember him saying some thing about Six Months , which I never followed up , looking at the booklet it has some pull out pages that seem to have areas to be stamped .

TL :jap:

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Tell the Mitsubishi dealer the warranty on the Pajero is the same world wide.Rust proofing is not required as part of the 5 year warranty. Also advise them you have contacted Mitsubishi Head Office in Japan.Let him email Mr Big at Mitsubishi in Thailand for his answer ?? I think you will find it very interesting.......whistling.gif

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Have never heard of this, and I have been very detailed in clarifying all aspects of the warranty.

Sounds like the rustproofing guy was implementing his own guarantee for your continuing custom ;)

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Tell the Mitsubishi dealer the warranty on the Pajero is the same world wide.

Not so. For example all Australian Mitsubishi's come with a 10 year powertrain warranty, while Malaysian models only have a 3year/100,000km warranty, and Thai models have an "extended" 5year/150,000km warranty, etc.

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I am in the process of ordering a new Pajero Sport and e mailed Mitsubishi regarding the corrosion protection, a very nice sounding lady phoned me to say the standard protection from the factory is all that is required for the 5 year guarantee unless you work in a chemical factory or intend to drive into the sea with a boat trailer, her no is 025299500.

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I am in the process of ordering a new Pajero Sport and e mailed Mitsubishi regarding the corrosion protection, a very nice sounding lady phoned me to say the standard protection from the factory is all that is required for the 5 year guarantee unless you work in a chemical factory or intend to drive into the sea with a boat trailer, her no is 025299500.

so which GPS are they giving away?

KAMAZ?

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Sorry, I don't know the Sat Nav make, only that is does have English as an option and is freestanding/suckered to the windscreen, seems ok to me as at least I can then use it in my other cars/trucks when required.

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My 2010 Vigo comes with a aftermarket dealer installed R-9000 anti rust. To be inspected every 6 months at 360 baht including waxing of paint, to maintain a 10 year warranty against rust

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And what has a Toyota Vigo, got to do with a Mitsubishi Pajero Sport?

Rustprotection Warranty longer than 3-5 years available for both, by same suppliers at same cost

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Sorry, I don't know the Sat Nav make, only that is does have English as an option and is freestanding/suckered to the windscreen, seems ok to me as at least I can then use it in my other cars/trucks when required.

and what has a sat nav to do with Pajeros warranty on anticorrosion :lol: :lol: :lol:

Edited by katabeachbum

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If you open your eyes, you will see that a previous member asked the question!!!!!!!!!!

its me all right

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