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Mitsubishi Outlander: Basic Brake

General Information

Brake systems with higher reliability and durability have achieved distinguished braking performance.





Mitsubishi Outlander. Basic Brake


Mitsubishi Outlander. Basic Brake

When the driver suddenly applies the brake, generally there is a tendency that a driver depresses the brake pedal quickly but not strong enough, or depresses the pedal once but reduces the depression force immediately after that. In this case, a sufficient braking force cannot be obtained, resulting in a longer stopping distance.

This brake booster with brake assist mechanism recognizes the status as emergency when the driver depresses the brake pedal quickly; it increases the assist force to the maximum value and maintains the output value of the brake booster to activate ABS.

Even if the driver reduces the depression force immediately after depressing the brake pedal quickly, this brake booster maintains the status where the maximum assist force is being applied until no depression force is applied to the brake pedal.

General Specifications

Mitsubishi Outlander. Basic Brake

Service Specifications

Mitsubishi Outlander. Basic Brake


Mitsubishi Outlander. Basic Brake


 Basic Brake System Diagnosis

INTRODUCTION TO BASIC BRAKE SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS Hydraulic brakes are composed of the brake pedal, master cylinder, brake booster and disc brakes. Malfunctions such as insufficient braking power or the ge

 On-vehicle Service

BRAKE PEDAL INSPECTION CAUTION Do not apply grease or lubricant to the switch and the switch installation section to avoid malfunction of the switch. In addition, do not use gloves which have grease o

 Front Disc Brake Assembly

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Pre-removal operation Brake Fluid Draining Post-installation operation Brake Fluid Refilling and Air Bleeding Brake Disk Runout Inspection/Correction Removal steps B


 Propeller Shaft

General Information The 2-piece, 3-joint type propeller shaft with a center bearing is adopted. It has the following features: The DOJ, which is of less sliding resistance, is used for the No.2 joint to reduce idling vibration. An insulator is installed to the vehicle body joint of the center

 Power Plant Mount

General Information For the power plant support, the inertial axis four-point mounting system is utilized, and the system has the following features. For the engine and transaxle mountings, the cylindrical liquid seal mountings are used. This reduces idling vibration and acceleration noise, and

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