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I bought 1989 Mitsubishi Bravo 4x4 Supercharged Van 5 speed something just went wrong with transmiss

Discussion in 'Mitsubishi Minicab' started by victorb153, Feb 6, 2020.

  1. victorb153

    victorb153 New Member

    I just got delivery 3 days ago second time ive driven it....something started felling weird like swerving. though maybe a flat tire....it was dark so I pulled over and tires were ok....I was right near my house...I haven't even registered it yet....then I started it back up ..and started to drive I noticed it wasn't like rolling easy if I put it in neutral ...I checked to see if I had put it in 4 wheel drive. it felt like I had emergency brake on....I started driving again....it shifts thru gears engine runs good...I tried putting it in 4wheel hi and 4 wheel low and driving in reverse to see if that unlocks hubs or something....what are guesses is it something like a transaxle ....I am not familiar with these things at all........just googling.....its a 550cc supercharged 1989 Bravo van there are two long videos of it on youtube if you google 1989 Mitsubishi Bravo van one 24 minute video and one 10 minute video...from past seller..........I watched before I bought it,,,,,where do I look who might have parts etc etc....help help...thankl you....
  2. VanOne

    VanOne Member

    Use the frame number to get spare parts listing, links directly to their own parts sale at amayama.com when you click on a part.

    These vans, and trucks swerve quite easily even with proper tire alignments, and all. They are so light even the slightest wind will affect them. Their lightness is also the reason why they do not really roll downhill that much.
  3. matt167

    matt167 Active Member

    a wheel bearing bad enough can apply pressure to the inner brake pad. Will cause swerving and not rolling
  4. victorb153

    victorb153 New Member

    It was just a flat tire it was dark out and I that was the first thing I checked for....walked out next morning to jack up and try tire spinning advice an saw my first i9nstint was right thankfully...Thank You...

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