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Mitsubishi Outlander: Side Air Dam, Under Cover, Roof Rail, Liftgate Spoiler

Mitsubishi Outlander 2007-2013 Service Manual / Body, Exterior, Interior and Supplemental / Exterior / Side Air Dam, Under Cover, Roof Rail, Liftgate Spoiler

Side Air Dam

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

Mitsubishi Outlander. Exterior

Removal

  1. Side air dam

REMOVAL SERVICE POINT

SIDE AIR DAM REMOVAL

Gently lift and remove the side air dam. If there is any double- sided tape remaining on the side air dam, remove according to the following instructions.

Remove double-sided tape remaining on the body surface (when replacing side air dam).

Mitsubishi Outlander. Exterior

1. Attach protection tape all the way along the edges of the double-sided tape which is still adhering to the body.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Exterior

2. Scrape off the double-sided tape with a resin spatula as much as possible.

3. Peel off the protection tape.

4. Wipe the body surface and clean it with a rag moistened with 3M AAD Part number 8906 or equivalent.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Exterior

Remove double-sided tape remaining on side air dam and adhere double-sided tape (when re-using side air dam).

1. Scrape off the double-sided tape on the side air dam with a resin spatula as much as possible.

2. Wipe the side air dam surface and clean it with a rag moistened with 3M AAD Part number 8906 or equivalent.

3. Remove only a small portion of the residual adhesive.

4. Adhere the double-sided tape as specified on the side air dam.

INSTALLATION SERVICE POINT

SIDE AIR DAM INSTALLATION

Mitsubishi Outlander. Exterior

1. Tear off the double-sided tape backing paper.

NOTE: If attach the adhesive tape to the edge of the backing paper, it will be easy to tear off.

2. Install the side air dam.

NOTE: If the double-sided tape is difficult to affix in cold temperature, etc., warm the bonding surfaces of the body and side air dam to about 40 − 60ºC (104 − 140ºF) before affixing the tape.

3. Firmly press in the side air dam.

Under Cover

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

Mitsubishi Outlander. Exterior

Removal steps

  1. Front bumper mounting clips and bolts
  2. Engine room under cover front A <2400 4WD>
  3. Engine room under cover front B
  4. Engine room under cover front C <2400>
  5. Engine room side cover <2400>
  6. Engine room side cover <3000>
  7. Front floor under cover

Roof Rail

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

Mitsubishi Outlander. Exterior

Mitsubishi Outlander. Exterior

Removal steps

  1. Front roof rail cover
  2. Center roof rail cover
  3. Rear roof rail cover
  4. Roof rail

Liftgate Spoiler

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

Mitsubishi Outlander. Exterior

Removal steps

  1. Liftgate spoiler assembly
  2. Liftgate spoiler
  3. High-mount stop light assembly

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