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Product description

Product Description

This part fits the following models:

  • Mitsubishi Pajero/Shogun Mk III Open Off-Road Vehicle 3.2 DI-D (2000 - 2006) 118kW
  • Mitsubishi Pajero/Shogun III 3.5 (1999 - 2007) 149kW
  • Mitsubishi Pajero/Shogun Mk III Open Off-Road Vehicle 3.2 DI-D (2000 - 2006) 121kW
  • Mitsubishi Pajero/Shogun III 3.2 Di-D (1999 - 2007) 118kW
  • Mitsubishi Pajero/Shogun III 3.2 Di-D (1999 - 2007) 121kW
  • Mitsubishi Pajero/Shogun III 2.5 TDi (1999 - 2007) 73kW
  • Mitsubishi Pajero/Shogun Mk III Open Off-Road Vehicle 2.5 TDi (2000 - 2006) 85kW
  • Mitsubishi Pajero/Shogun III 2.5 TDi (1999 - 2007) 85kW
This list is a sample of all the compatible cars for this part.
Make sure this product fits your car by using the part finder above.

Equivalent Part Numbers:

MITSUBISHI MR407184; QUINTON HAZELL BC3754; REMKAFLEX 76.1735; KAVO PARTS BHC-5599; BLUE PRINT ADC446140; TRISCAN 1197-1; HERTH+BUSS JAKOPARTS J3935078

System Requirements

Brake Type: Disc Brake
Required quantity: 1

Triscan 8140 42153 Cable, parking brake

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