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Mitsubishi Outlander: Radiator

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION <2.4L ENGINE>

Pre-removal operation

Post-installation operation

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Radiator removal steps

  1. Radiator drain plug
  2. O-ring
  3. Radiator cap
  4. CVT fluid cooler feed hose assembly
  5. Radiator condenser tank hose
  6. Hose clip
  7. Radiator upper hose
  8. Radiator cap assembly
  9. Hose clip
  10. Radiator upper hose
  11. Radiator hose clamp
  12. Hose clip
  13. Radiator lower hose
  14. Radiator hose support
  15. Radiator fan motor connector
  16. Condenser fan motor connector
  17. Fan, fan motor and fan shroud assembly
  1. Radiator assembly
  2. Support upper insulator
  3. Support lower insulator
  4. Radiator condenser tank
  5. Radiator condenser tank bracket

Fan shroud removal steps

  1. CVT fluid cooler feed hose assembly
  2. Radiator condenser tank hose
  3. Hose clip
  4. Radiator upper hose
  5. Radiator cap assembly
  1. Radiator fan motor connector
  2. Condenser fan motor connector
  3. Fan, fan motor and fan shroud assembly
  1. Radiator fan
  2. Radiator fan motor harness
  3. Radiator fan motor
  4. Condenser fan
  5. Condenser fan motor harness
  6. Condenser fan motor
  7. Fan shroud

REMOVAL SERVICE POINT

HOSE CLIP/RADIATOR HOSE REMOVAL

1. Make mating marks on the radiator hose and the hose clip as shown to install them in the original position.

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2. Break off the tip of hose clip claw and spread out the hose clip, then disconnect the radiator hose.

NOTE: If there is a hose clip claw, the hose clip cannot spread to capacity because the claw contacts the hose clip.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Engine Cooling

INSTALLATION SERVICE POINT

RADIATOR HOSE/HOSE CLIP INSTALLATION

CAUTION

Never reuse the hose clip whose claw is broken off to prevent the rusting.

1. Make mating mark on a new hose clip in the same position as the remove one.

2. Insert the radiator hose until the protrusion of the pipe.

3. Align the mating marks on the radiator hose and hose clip.

4. Remove the hose clip claw and shorten the hose clip, then install the radiator hose.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Engine Cooling

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION <3.0L ENGINE>

Pre-removal operation

Post-installation operation

Mitsubishi Outlander. Engine Cooling

Radiator removal steps

  1. Radiator drain plug
  2. O-ring
  3. Radiator cap
  4. A/T fluid cooler feed hose assembly
  5. Radiator condenser tank hose
  6. Hose clip
  7. Radiator upper hose
  8. Radiator cap assembly
  9. Hose clip
  10. Radiator upper hose
  11. Radiator hose clamp
  12. Hose clip
  13. Radiator lower hose
  14. Radiator hose support
  15. Radiator fan motor connector
  16. Condenser fan motor connector
  17. Fan, fan motor and fan shroud assembly
  1. Radiator assembly
  2. Support upper insulator
  3. Support lower insulator
  4. Radiator condenser tank
  5. Radiator condenser tank bracket

Fan shroud removal steps

  1. Radiator condenser tank hose
  2. Hose clip
  3. Radiator upper hose
  4. Radiator cap assembly
  1. Radiator fan motor connector
  2. Condenser fan motor connector
  3. Fan, fan motor and fan shroud assembly
  1. Radiator fan
  2. Radiator fan motor harness
  3. Radiator fan motor
  4. Condenser fan
  5. Condenser fan motor harness
  6. Condenser fan motor
  7. Fan shroud

REMOVAL SERVICE POINT

HOSE CLIP/RADIATOR HOSE REMOVAL

1. Make mating marks on the radiator hose and the hose clip as shown to install them in the original position.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Engine Cooling

2. Break off the tip of hose clip claw and spread out the hose clip, then disconnect the radiator hose.

NOTE: If there is a hose clip claw, the hose clip cannot spread to capacity because the claw contacts the hose clip.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Engine Cooling

INSTALLATION SERVICE POINT

RADIATOR HOSE/HOSE CLIP INSTALLATION

CAUTION

Never reuse the hose clip whose claw is broken off to prevent the rusting.

1. Make mating mark on a new hose clip in the same position as the remove one.

2. Insert the radiator hose until the protrusion of the pipe.

3. Align the mating marks on the radiator hose and hose clip.

4. Remove the hose clip claw and shorten the hose clip, then install the radiator hose.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Engine Cooling

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