Earlier this year, the Mitsubishi Xpander has seen a recall. The culprit: the fuel pump. It seems, though, that the 7-seater has another share of woes towards year’s end.

In a statement released by Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC), the brand has (again) issued a recall for the Xpander. Due to faulty fuel pumps, there is a need for the part to be replaced. Current Xpander owners who purchased units from May 2018 to October 22, 2019 are requested to enroll or book a preventive maintenance appointment at any (or their nearest) Mitsubishi dealership to replace the affected fuel pumps. The procedure may take approximately 1 and a half hours, but this is subject to service bay capacity and the availability of the replacement fuel pump.

In order to ensure smooth servicing customers are encouraged to call their preferred dealerships ahead of time to set their appointment. Should Xpander owners have more questions or concerns, they may call the Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation Customer Care Center at telephone numbers (+632) 8250 -8888 Monday to Friday from 7:00AM to 3:30PM or log on to their website at www.mmpc.ph.