An issue with an airflow sensor in the petrol engine of 2014(.5) PHEVs has forced 155 vehicles back to the dealership.
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Mitsubishi has recalled the MY2014 and MY2014.5 Outlander PHEV, over concerns about an airflow sensor in the internal-combustion engine.

According to the company, the airflow sensor in the petrol engine could fail. If the problem occurs, the car's performance will be diminished, causing the EV warning lamp to come on.

The petrol engine could stop when the EV warning lamp comes on, which means the battery won't be charged and the car mightn't start.

A total of 155 cars are affected by the campaign – a VIN list is attached here.

Mitsubishi will contact owners of the affected vehicles and advise them to get in touch with their nearest dealership for a free fix.