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    380 Thermostat -
    Aftermarket @ autobarn, bursons and supercheap - 60-80 dollars not held in stock - to order here anyways....

    Mitsubishi Genuine (Made in Japan) under $40.00 it is also slightly different to the one I removed...lighter body, same circumference

    Part # MD350415

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    Searched for this too many times, for me, and others
    380 Factory Alloy Captured Washer Wheel nuts

    The nut is a NN362C
    and according to this PDF is the same for 380, magna (2nd and all 3rd Gen) and CJ lancer Factory alloy wheels.... @ a wreckers they can also be found on Mirage, nimbus, challenger and outlander in certain years...
    http://www.niceproducts.com.au/catal...Mitsubishi.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by SH00T View Post
    Searched for this too many times, for me, and others
    380 Factory Alloy Captured Washer Wheel nuts

    The nut is a NN362C
    and according to this PDF is the same for 380, magna (2nd and all 3rd Gen) and CJ lancer Factory alloy wheels.... @ a wreckers they can also be found on Mirage, nimbus, challenger and outlander in certain years...
    http://www.niceproducts.com.au/catal...Mitsubishi.pdf
    In short nearly all Mits running alloys use the same washer style nut. Later models like lancer and 380 use a domed cap where older models use a square cap. You would be surprised at the amount of sets I have sold
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    Wiper blades.

    Remember when you buy wiper blade refills, driver's side takes the wider blade (8.5mm), passenger side a narrow refill (6.5mm). Why on earth they did this we will never know.

    I found this out the hard way.

    And the driver's side refill needs to be 24 inchs. 22 inch is a common length but too short.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve_bunkle View Post
    Wiper blades.

    Remember when you buy wiper blade refills, driver's side takes the wider blade (8.5mm), passenger side a narrow refill (6.5mm). Why on earth they did this we will never know.

    I found this out the hard way.
    Only an issue if you're running stock wiper arms of course... I think it's recommended that the wiper arms get replaced every 5 years or something, so you should be on a new set by now... or buy Aerotwins or something similar instead

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    cant find the right thread as i type this, but was cruising the forums over the weekend re phone compatibility with the OEM Parrot BT in the 380's..

    anyway, this week i replaced my aging old nokia and i am happy to report my new Nokia Lumia 920 Windows 8 Phone pairs no worries with the Parrot V3.2 in my 2007 vrx 380.

    If there's a BT - Phone compatibility thread, i guess this needs to go there
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    Default Kif380's - Replacing faulty 380 ignition switch, a write up and "how to" thread

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