Discussion:
No more Mitsubishi engine in the Clark C25

what do you tell me about this.
now the engine is a Hyundai 2.5L
any comment about this
  • Posted 20 Jun 2010 03:25
  • Discussion started by raul_s
  • San Luis Potosi, Mexico
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I use to be a branch Manager for a Hyundai Forklift dealership here in Houston. I can tell you from my dealings with those engines was one that I would like to leave behind me. They always had some kind of fuel problem that was controled by the computer which could never be fixed without in most cases changing out all of the components. We could never send one out on rent or sell one without having some kind of fuel problem (LPG). Another commom problem was cylinder heads kept blowing the gaskets, this was really a bad problem because of the head was always screwed up.
  • Posted 27 Jun 2010 14:53
  • Reply by salesman
  • Texas, United States
They must really be pinching pennys at Clark, going from bad to worse does not make a product better.
Hope they're ready for a bunch of warranty claims and irate customers.
  • Posted 22 Jun 2010 05:49
  • Reply by roadtech
  • Ohio, United States

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