Mitsubishi Outlander manuals

Mitsubishi Outlander: Control Link, Upper Arm and Lower Arm

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

CAUTION

Post-installation operation

<2.4L Engine: 5 persons seat>

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

Control link and upper arm removal

  1. Control link
  1. Upper arm

Lower arm removal steps

  1. Stabilizer link connection
  2. Lower arm and trailing arm connection
  3. Shock absorber connection
  1. Lower arm

<2.4L Engine: 7 persons seat, 3.0L Engine>

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

Control link and upper arm removal

  1. Rear height sensor to control link connection <Vehicles with headlight automatic leveling system>
  1. Control link
  2. Upper arm

Lower arm removal steps

  1. Stabilizer link connection
  2. Lower arm and trailing arm connection
  3. Shock absorber connection
  4. Coil spring
  5. Coil spring upper pad
  6. Coil spring lower pad
  7. Lower arm

REMOVAL SERVICE POINTS

CONTROL LINK REMOVAL

Make a mating mark on the toe adjusting bolt, and remove the control link.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS

UPPER ARM INSTALLATION

Install the upper arm so that the hole faces the body side.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

LOWER ARM BUSHING REPLACEMENT

Required Special Tools:

CAUTION As the bushing has different outer diameters at both ends, be careful not to confuse the removal direction with the press-fit direction.

Use the special tools MB992123, MB991448 and MB991449 to remove and press-fit the lower arm bushing.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

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 Trailing Arm Assembly

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION <2.4L ENGINE: 5 PERSONS SEAT> CAUTION The parts indicated by *1 should be temporarily tightened, and then fully tightened with the vehicle standing on the ground an

 Shock Absorber Assembly

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION CAUTION The parts indicated by *1 should be temporarily tightened, and then fully tightened with the vehicle standing on the ground and the curb weight condition. The p

 Stabilizer Bar

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION <2.4L Engine: 5 persons seat> <2.4L Engine: 7 persons seat, 3.0L Engine> Removal steps Stabilizer link Stabilizer bracket  Bushing Rear differential

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 Diagnostic Item 1-5

DIAGNOSTIC ITEM 1: Diagnose when the scan tool cannot receive the data sent by ETACS-ECU CAUTION When servicing a CAN bus line, ground yourself by touching a metal object such as an unpainted water pipe. If you fail to do so, a component connected to the CAN bus line may be damaged. CAN Communica

 Automatic Air Conditioning

General Information The blower, heater, and evaporator have been integrated with the heater and A/C system to achieve greater fan power and noise reduction. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WARNING Wear safety goggles and gloves when servicing the refrigeration system to prevent severe damage to eyes and hands.

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