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    Quote Originally Posted by newagetomboy View Post
    That one looks different.
    Sometimes they just use a pic. It may not be the actual part? I would call & get more details if going that route. If you can't speak to a live person about it, you may want to look at other options. I didn't search that hard. I was just seeing if there are other options.

    I don't see Mitsubishi being a wise company. Over priced parts will just drive away future customers.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post
    Sometimes they just use a pic. It may not be the actual part? I would call & get more details if going that route. If you can't speak to a live person about it, you may want to look at other options. I didn't search that hard. I was just seeing if there are other options.

    I don't see Mitsubishi being a wise company. Over priced parts will just drive away future customers.
    The problem is most consumers dont know about the overpriced parts, they figure cheap car = cheap parts. The only thing the Mirage has going for it is it's good reliability so new parts are few and far between for most owners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newagetomboy View Post
    Yesterday I took my 2015 Mirage DE 82,675 miles to get a smoke test because it had the check engine light on for months with an eVap code. My mechanic said it was coming from the gas tank. Today he said I need a new Pump because the plastic is rotted causing leak of gas.
    Hey newagetomboy, do you know specifically what code was set that started all this?
    Efficiency pays.

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        click to view fuel log View my fuel log 2015 Mirage ES 1.2 manual: 49.6 mpg (US) ... 21.1 km/L ... 4.7 L/100 km ... 59.5 mpg (Imp)


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    Wow $600 for an Outlander Sport fuel pump but ours is $900? What the hell is going on? These Mirages have sold well it's not some exotic rare car. This is extremely disingenuous on Mitsubishi's end considering this is a car for working class people.

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    Rare Landrover fuel pump, a third of the cost.

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    If you still need one of these I believe I have the one I removed from my 2015 last year. The pump is fine. I replaced it because the fuel gauge wasn't quite as accurate as it used to be.

    Make me an offer and it is yours.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post
    This is why Mitsubishi may not make it in North America. A 2015 Yaris fuel pump is under $200.

    I would consider a slightly used one for way less.

    http://www.weberbrothersauto.com/pro...YaAvM_EALw_wcB
    This one looks great Thank you all for helping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eggman View Post
    Hey newagetomboy, do you know specifically what code was set that started all this?
    E-Vap from Gas tank. That's all I know.

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    Is it difficult to find shops willing to put in Rock Auto parts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobrajet View Post
    If you still need one of these I believe I have the one I removed from my 2015 last year. The pump is fine. I replaced it because the fuel gauge wasn't quite as accurate as it used to be.

    Make me an offer and it is yours.

    I had bought the one he ordered from Mitsubishi...$1108.73 1 year warranty. I have to drive it to put 100 miles on it and come back for my new inspection sticker.



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