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Mitsubishi Raider Model Overview

Mitsubishi Raider Questions


Cord On Back Doors Needs To Be Replaced

Both doors on my duro cross in the back will not open. I was told "cords" are broken. How can I fix this??

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John C. Tibbits

2007 Mitsubishi,has All Lights Blinking, And Tach- Speedometer-other Guages...

All interior exterior lights flash Radio acts spuriously, Tach, Speedometer, Pegged, Fuel Guage at E with !/2 tank... Interiour buzzer going off, e....ven when the key is off, The engine starts ok and...

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Dantzler Newell

06 Raider, Wont Start. Turn Key Sometime Wont Crank Engine Just Click Of A ...

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Is There Another Transmission Control Module (tcu) Compatible With Automati...

Need new TCU. One resistor or semi conductor on the computer chip inside The module had busted and trying to replace or find exact pice to to replace and solder

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My Ignition Key Will Not Turn. A Couple Of Times I Have Been Stuck Out. K...

Key won't turn the ignition. with steering locked or unlocked. Ignition in locked position.

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About the Mitsubishi Raider

The Mitsubishi Raider, a mid-sized pickup truck, debuted for the 2006 model year. It once again rounded out the vehicle lineup for Mitsubishi, which had not had a pickup since it retired the Mighty Max in 1996

Mitsubishi is a subsidiary of Daimler-Chrysler and the Raider has the same drivetrains and frame as the Dodge Dakota. It is yet another Japanese-branded vehicle that is built in the U.S. (Michigan). You probably recognize the name, as it's a recycling of a Dodge SUV moniker from the late '80s; the Dodge Raider was the twin vehicle to the Mitsubishi Montero.

The Raider has not sold nearly as well as the Dodge Dakota, nor was it expected to. They really aren't a common sight on the American road, and obviously Mitsubishi would like that to change. The six-passenger capacity and V8 option should help, but it remains to be seen how well this truck will sell in its sophomore year.

Consumer reviews reflect general satisfaction, especially with the truck's tough and capable appearance and generous warranty. These owners do wish for better mileage, though, although they knew what they were getting into with their purchase.