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Mitsubishi Outlander: Exhaust Manifold

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

<4WD>

Mitsubishi Outlander. Engine Overhaul

Removal steps

  1. Exhaust manifold bracket C
  2. Exhaust manifold bracket A
  3. Crankshaft position sensor cover
  4. Crankshaft position sensor
  5. O-ring
  6. Exhaust manifold upper cover
  7. Exhaust manifold lower cover
  8. Exhaust manifold
  9. Exhaust manifold gasket

<2WD - Except vehicles for California>

Mitsubishi Outlander. Engine Overhaul

Removal steps

  1. Exhaust manifold bracket D
  2. Exhaust manifold bracket B
  3. Crankshaft position sensor cover
  4. Exhaust manifold bracket A
  5. Crankshaft position sensor
  6. O-ring
  7. Exhaust manifold upper cover
  8. Exhaust manifold
  9. Exhaust manifold gasket
  10. Exhaust manifold lower cover

<2WD - Vehicles for California>

Mitsubishi Outlander. Engine Overhaul

Removal steps

  1. Exhaust manifold bracket
  2. Crankshaft position sensor cover
  3. Crankshaft position sensor
  4. O-ring
  5. Exhaust manifold upper cover
  6. Exhaust manifold
  7. Exhaust manifold gasket
  8. Exhaust manifold lower cover

INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS

EXHAUST MANIFOLD BRACKET INSTALLATION

CAUTION

The exhaust manifold gasket, washers and nuts must not be reused.

CRANKSHAFT POSITION SENSOR / O-RING INSTALLATION

CAUTION

Tighten the crank angle sensor to the specified tightening torque of 11 +- 1 N*m.

EXHAUST MANIFOLD BRACKET INSTALLATION

Make sure that exhaust manifold bracket A is in intimate contact with the exhaust manifold and cylinder block, and then tighten it to the specified tightening torque.

Tightening torque:
M10: 41 +- 10 N*m (30 +- 7 ft-lb)
M8: 20 +- 5 N*m (15 +- 3 ft-lb)

Mitsubishi Outlander. Engine Overhaul

Mitsubishi Outlander. Engine Overhaul

Water Hose and Pipe

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

Mitsubishi Outlander. Engine Overhaul

Removal steps

  1. Water hose
  2. Water hose
  3. Engine coolant temperature sensor
  4. Water outlet fitting
  5. Outlet fitting gasket
  6. Water inlet fitting
  7. Thermostat
  8. Thermostat housing
  9. Thermostat housing gasket
  10. Water pipe assembly
  11. Water pipe gasket
  12. O-ring
  13. Water pump assembly
  14. Water pump gasket
  15. Engine hanger
  16. Camshaft position sensor
  17. O-ring
  18. Camshaft position sensor
  19. O-ring

INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS

THERMOSTAT HOUSING / WATER PIPE ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION

Assemble the thermostat housing and water pipe, and temporarily tighten them to the cylinder head and water pump. Then tighten them to the specified tightening.

Tightening torque: 24 +- 3 N*m (18 +- 1 ft-lb)

THERMOSTAT INSTALLATION

Install the thermostat with the jiggle-valve facing almost straight upwards.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Engine Overhaul

ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR INSTALLATION

CAUTION

Be careful not to give a shock, twist and the like to the resin mold with a tool during installation.

1. Apply an appropriate and minimum amount of sealant to the coolant temperature sensor, taking care not to allow sealant to squeeze out.

Specified sealant: Three bond 1324N, LOCTITE 262 or equivalent

2. Tighten the coolant temperature sensor to the cylinder block to the specified tightening torque.

Tightening torque: 30 +- 9 N*m (22 +- 6 ft-lb)

Mitsubishi Outlander. Engine Overhaul

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