Sorry for the late post.
I am kind of happy now.
The problem was with two solenoids how to explain me Mitsubishi repair store manager by the phone. His recommended to replace full complect. I did it. The full cost of it $500 include part and labor, But I paid just $100, because I have the extended warranty. Sorry, I forgot it. This part of the story not is most interesting. The most interesting part it is my conversation with Mitsubishi manager.
Manager: We read two codes from the transmission. Two solenoids is broken. I recommend you to replace all of them.
Me: Are you sure that we need to replace all of them.
Manager: Yes, it is easy to replace all of them. It is better for you and for us.
Manager: You will save just $50 if you replace just two solenoids and you will use you car as you use before.
Me: What so you mean?
Manager: The people usually do not use this car off road.
Me: Really, is it off road car?
Manager: Yes, but people don't use it us you do.
Me: ok, you sale people ask me that is off road car, but you don't recommend it to use off road. Mitsubishi charge me for the car and for the service as for the off road car but you don't recommend it.
me: ok, please replace all solenoids.
After that manager didn't call me back. but did the good service. Why is not excellent? After the repair my engine got low performance. So... I need to find the shop to tune up the engine.
fyi. I have an driving experience since 1965 or so, under further control.. I start driven the car when I was 5 years old it was a huge trucks. I have a bachelor degree in automobile industry.
But, Mitsubishi manager don't recommend me to use off road car on un-pavement road.
Hey, Michael Moore !
Please burn the next move against automobile industry !!!!
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