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Mitsubishi Outlander: Seat Assembly

FRONT SEAT ASSEMBLY

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

CAUTION

To remove the front seat assembly of vehicle with side air bag, refer to GROUP 52B - Service Precautions and Curtain Air Bag Module.

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Removal steps

  1. Headrest
  2. Front seat anchor cover
  3. Rear seat anchor cover
  1. Front seat assembly

REMOVAL SERVICE POINT

WIRING HARNESS CONNECTOR DISCONNECTION

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Disconnect the following wiring harness connectors:

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INSTALLATION SERVICE POINT

FRONT SEAT ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION

1. Confirm that both the seat slides are locked, and then temporarily tighten all the bolts shown in the figure so that no load is applied to the front seat cushion.

2. Tighten all the bolts to the specified torque.

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INSPECTION

Connect the + terminal of the battery to the power seat connector terminal No. 2 and the − terminal to terminal No. 1, and check that the power seat works normally.

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DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY

(DRIVER'S SEAT)

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Disassembly steps

  1. Hinge cover outer
  2. Inner seat belt
  3. Heated seat switch cover <vehicle with heated seat>
  4. Heated seat switch <vehicle with heated seat>
  5. Under cover
  6. Side shield cover
  7. Reclining adjuster lever knob <vehicle with power seat>
  8. Reclining adjuster lever knob <vehicle with power seat>
  9. Seat back assembly
  10. Headrest guide
  11. Seat back cover
  12. Seat back pad
  13. Hinge cover inner
  14. Seat cushion cover
  15. Seat cushion pad
  16. Wiring harness clamp
  17. Seat cushion frame assembly

<PASSENGER'S SEAT>

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Disassembly steps

  1. Side shield cover
  2. Reclining lever
  3. Slide adjuster side cover
  4. Hinge cover outer
  5. Inner seat belt
  6. Heated seat switch cover <vehicle with heated seat>
  7. Heated seat switch <vehicle with heated seat>
  8. Seat back assembly
  9. Headrest guide
  10. Seat back cover
  11. Seat back pad
  12. Hinge cover inner
  13. Seat cushion cover
  14. Seat cushion pad
  15. Seat slide adjuster lever
  16. Seat cushion frame assembly

DISASSEMBLY SERVICE POINTS

HEADREST GUIDE REMOVAL

Peel of the front seatback cover and pad to access the head-restraint guides. Pull off the guides upwards while pushing the tabs (arrows) as shown.

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SEAT CUSHION FRAME ASSEMBLY REMOVAL

For the vehicles with side air bag, do not remove the side air bag module from the frame.

INSPECTION

INSPECTION OF THE HEATED SEAT RELAY FOR CONTINUITY

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INSPECTION OF THE HEATED SEAT SWITCH FOR CONTINUITY

Inspect the heated seat switch for continuity.

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SEAT CUSHION HEATER INSPECTION

Measure the resistance between the terminals.

Standard value: At room temperature 20 ºC (68 ºF)

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SEAT BACK HEATER INSPECTION

Measure the resistance between the terminals.

Standard value: At room temperature 20 ºC (68 ºF)

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SECOND SEAT ASSEMBLY

SECOND SEAT ADJUSTMENT

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1. Check that the automatic tumble mechanism works.

2. If the slide lock release is late, remove the reclining adjuster cover, and move the clamp position of the slide lock release cable for the automatic tumble mechanism on the side of the seat from the second recess to the first recess to adjust the slide lock release timing.

3. Check again that the automatic tumble mechanism works. If the slide lock timing is still late after the adjustment, replace the slide lock release cable for the automatic tumble mechanism.

4. If the slide lock timing is still late after the slide lock release cable for the automatic tumble mechanism is replaced, replace the seat.

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5. If the automatic tumble mechanism is normal, lock the sliding and turn up the seat cushion pad. Then, check that the clearance between the slide lock claw and the second seat folding adjuster is approximately 3 mm(0.1in).

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6. If the clearance between the second seat folding adjuster and the slide lock claw is 5 mm(0.2in) or more, loosen the bolts shown in the figure and fix them at the position where the clearance is approximately 3 mm(0.1in).

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REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

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Removal steps

  1. Headrestraint
  1. Rear anchor cover outer
  2. Rear anchor cover inner
  3. Front anchor cover outer
  4. Front anchor cover inner
  5. Second seat assembly
  6. Rear seat striker

DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY

<SECOND SEAT (LH)>

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Disassembly steps

  1. Second seat latch cover
  2. Reclining adjuster lever
  3. Reclining adjuster outer cover
  4. Reclining adjuster inner cover
  5. Seat belt cover
  6. Seatback board
  7. Headrestraint guide
  8. Armrest
  9. Seatback armrest board
  10. Seat cushion under cover front
  11. Seat cushion under cover rear
  12. Seat belt bolt
  13. Seat cushion pad cover
  14. Seat cushion pad
  15. Seatback cover
  16. Seatback pad
  17. Second seat back side end cap
  18. Seat belt retractor cover
  19. Seat belt retractor
  20. Seat protector
  21. Center seat belt inner
  22. Side seat belt inner
  23. Seat frame assembly
  24. Second seat slide rail cover
  25. Relay

DISASSEMBLY SERVICE POINTS

HEADRESTRAINT GUIDE REMOVAL

Remove while pressing the claws on the both sides.

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ARMREST REMOVAL

Tilt the armrest slightly, and remove it by lifting the left side.

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SEAT BELT BOLT REMOVAL

Turn up the cushion pad and remove the seat belt bolts.

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<SECOND SEAT (RH)>

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Disassembly steps

  1. Second seat latch cover
  2. Reclining adjuster lever
  3. Reclining adjuster cover
  4. Seat belt inner
  5. Reclining adjuster inner cover
  6. Seat cushion under cover front
  7. Seat cushion under cover rear
  8. Headrestraint guide
  9. Seatback cover
  10. Seatback pad
  11. Cushion pad cover
  12. Cushion pad
  13. Seat frame assembly

DISASSEMBLY SERVICE POINT

HEADRESTRAINT GUIDE REMOVAL

Remove while pressing the claws on the both sides.

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<SEAT FRAME ASSEMBLY>

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Disassembly

  1. Seatback lock release cable
  2. Second seat folding lever
  3. Second seat back strap
  4. Second seat cushion strap
  5. Second seat tumble lever<Vehicles with second seat tumble lever>
  6. Tumble lock release cable
  7. Seat rail rear end latch release cable
  8. Slide lock release cable for automatic tumble mechanism
  9. Second seat slide adjuster lever
  10. Seat slide cable
  11. Rear power seat motor
  12. Second seat folding adjuster
  13. Second seat slide rail cover
  14. Second seat stay damper
  15. Second seat rink cover
  16. Second seat cushion frame
  17. Second seat back frame

DISASSEMBLY SERVICE POINT

REMOVAL OF SLIDE LOCK RELEASE CABLE FOR AUTOMATIC TUMBLE MECHANISM

Put a mark in the position shown in view A to record the protrusion of the screw.

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REASSEMBLY SERVICE POINTS

REAR POWER SEAT MOTOR INSTALLATION

1. When installing the rear power seat motor, install the cable as shown in view A.

2. Pass the cable between the frame and the seat rail as shown in view B.

3. Fit the tip of the cable to the second recess of the clamp as shown in view C.

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SEAT SLIDE CABLE INSTALLATION

Fit the second recess of the clamp in view A and view B to the bracket. When installing the cable, make sure that the cable is not bitten by the moving area.

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SLIDE LOCK RELEASE CABLE FOR AUTOMATIC TUMBLE MECHANISM INSTALLATION

1. When installing the cable in view A, protrude the screws to the position marked during the removal. Then, tumble the seatback and check that the slide locks on the right and left side are fully released. When installing the cable, install the cable with the green marking to the left rail.

2. Fit the second recess of the clamp (yellow) shown in view B to the bracket. Pass the cable between the brackets when installing it. Make sure that the cable is not bitten by the moving area.

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SEAT RAIL REAR END LATCH RELEASE CABLE INSTALLATION

Fit the second recess of the clamp in view A to the bracket.

When installing the cable, make sure that the cable is not bitten by the moving area. When installing the cable in view B, install the cable with the red marking to the left rail.

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TUMBLE LOCK RELEASE CABLE INSTALLATION

Install the cable as shown in view A. Fit the second recess of the clamp in view A and view B to the bracket. When installing the cable, make sure that the cable is not bitten by the moving area.

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SEATBACK LOCK RELEASE CABLE INSTALLATION

Install the cable as shown in view A. Fit the second recess of the clamp in view B to the bracket. When installing the cable, make sure that the cable is not bitten by the moving area.

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INSPECTION

AUTO-FOLDING SEAT INSPECTION

Connect the + terminal of the battery to the auto-folding seat connector terminal No.3 and the − terminal to terminals Nos. 1, 4, and 5 and check that the motor works.

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THIRD SEAT ASSEMBLY

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

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Removal steps

  1. Anchor cover
  2. Third seat assembly

DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY

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Disassembly steps

  1. Third seat hinge cover outer
  2. Hog ring
  3. Third seat belt inner
  4. Third seat cushion cover
  5. Third seat cushion pad
  6. Seat cushion frame assembly
  7. Third seat hinge cover inner
  8. Third seatback board
  9. Hog ring
  10. Third seatback cover
  11. Third seatback pad
  12. Third seat folding knob
  13. Third seat headrestraint hinge cover
  14. Headrestraint assembly
  15. Third seat stopper
  16. Third seat wire
  17. Third seat band
  18. Third seat folding lever
  19. Third seat spring
  20. Seatback frame assembly

Seat Belt

FRONT SEAT BELT

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

CAUTION For the removal of the seat belt with pre-tensioner, refer to GROUP 52B − Service Precautions and Seat Belt with Pre-tensioner.

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Outer seat belt removal steps

  1. Center pillar trim upper cap
  2. Center pillar trim upper
  3. Outer seat belt
  4. Adjuster seat belt anchor

Inner seat belt removal steps

  1. Seat belt switch connector
  2. Inner seat belt

SEAT BELT BUCKLE SWITCH CONTINUITY CHECK (DRIVER'S SIDE)

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SEAT BELT BUCKLE SWITCH CHECK (PASSENGER'S SIDE)

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Power supply voltage: 5V

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REAR SEAT BELT

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

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Second seat belt (outer) removal steps

  1. Seat belt side lower anchor bolt
  1. Seat belt side
  1. Seat belt center

Second seat belt RH and center (inner) removal steps

  1. Inner seat belt side (RH)
  2. Inner seat belt center

Second seat belt LH (inner) removal steps

  1. Inner seat belt

Third seat belt removal steps <7 persons seat>

  1. Third seat belt sash guide cover
  1. Outer seat belt
  2. Inner seat belt

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