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Mitsubishi Outlander: Front Disc Brake Assembly

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

Pre-removal operation

Post-installation operation

Mitsubishi Outlander. Basic Brake

Removal steps

  1. Brake hose (brake caliper side) connection
  2. Gasket
  3. Brake caliper assembly
  4. Front brake disk
  5. Clip
  6. Brake pipe connection
  7. Brake hose

INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS

BRAKE HOSE INSTALLATION

1. Pass the brake hose through the hole in the body-side bracket.

2. Install the brake hose to the brake caliper.

3. Install the brake hose at the two fixing points.

4. Twist the brake hose toward the lesser torsion between the brake hose and body-side bracket as shown in the figure, and fix it to the body-side bracket with a clip.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Basic Brake

INSPECTION

BRAKE DISC CHECK

DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY

Mitsubishi Outlander. Basic Brake

Disassembly steps

  1. Bleeder cap
  2. Bleeder
  3. Guide pin
  4. Lock pin
  5. Bushing
  6. Caliper support (including brake pad assembly, clip, and shim)
  7. Shim
  8. Brake pad assembly
  9. Clip
  10. Pin boot
  11. Piston boot
  12. Piston
  13. Piston seal
  14. Caliper body

LUBRICATION POINTS

Mitsubishi Outlander. Basic Brake

DISASSEMBLY SERVICE POINTS

PISTON BOOT/PISTON REMOVAL

CAUTION Blow air gradually to remove the pistons. The pistons will rush out if a force of air is applied suddenly.

Cover the caliper body outer side with a cloth or similar materials.

Blow compressed air through the brake hose installation area to remove the piston and piston boot.

PISTON SEAL REMOVAL

CAUTION Do not use a flat-tipped screwdriver to remove the piston seal. This may damage the inner side of the cylinder.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Basic Brake

1. Remove the piston seal with your finger tip.

2. Clean the piston surface and cylinder inner face with alcohol or specified brake fluid.

Brake fluid: DOT3 or DOT4

Mitsubishi Outlander. Basic Brake

INSPECTION

BRAKE PAD WEAR CHECK

WARNING

Measure thickness at the thinnest, most worn area of the pad.

Replace the pad assembly if pad thickness is less than the limit value.

Standard value: 10.0 mm (0.39 inch)
Limit: 2.0 mm (0.08 inch)

Mitsubishi Outlander. Basic Brake

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