Mitsubishi Shogun cylinder head gasket blowing 3 times now.

1998 Mitsubishi Shogun Problem

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CarMitsubishi Shogun 2.8 intercooler turbo
Year1998
OwnerTom McGuinness
Posted21/01/2013
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My mega reliable shogun started to overheat.
I took it to the garage who told me the Cylinder head had blown. they replaced it, skimmed the head, and all was well for two
months. The same happened again.

This time a new thermostat was fitted. Two months later same happened again.This time new radiator,sensor, checked water pump, ok, fan belt/fan o.

Two months later same happened again,This time a NEW head was fitted.

Exactly 58 days later back to head gasket is blown can anyone tell me what is wrong with my car Please
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Engine, Cooling System & Drivetrain

Gearbox & Clutch

Leaks & Noises, Interior and Bodywork


Solution 1
jota1978 | Driver | Since: Jan 2012 | Posts: 2 | Fixes: 377 | View Garage
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Hi Tom, do you think there is a problem with the engine block itself?
Did they use new cylinder head bolts? (they `stretch` over time)
Has the work been done by the same garage each time?

Just asking questions to try and think outside the box so to speak.



Posted on Monday 21st of January 2013
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Tom McGuinness | Driver | Since: Jan 2013 | Posts: 0 | Fixes: 1 | View Garage
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Hi Driver

yes same garage no to new bolts I am at a loss

tom


Posted on Tuesday 22nd of January 2013
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