Mitsubishi Outlander manuals

Mitsubishi Outlander: Trailing Arm Assembly

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION <2.4L ENGINE: 5 PERSONS SEAT>

CAUTION

Pre-removal operation

Post-installation operation

<FWD>

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

Removal steps

  1. Rear wheel speed sensor
  2. O ring
  3. Clamp
  4. Brake hose connection
  5. Brake hose bracket
  6. Caliper assembly
  7. Brake disk
  8. Shoe and lining assembly
  9. Rear wheel hub assembly mounting bolt
  10. Rear wheel hub assembly
  11. Parking brake cable connection
  12. Rear brake backing plate
  13. Control link connection
  14. Upper arm connection
  15. Lower arm connection
  16. Trailing arm assembly

<AWD>

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

Removal steps

  1. Cotter pin
  2. Driveshaft nut
  3. Washer
  4. Rear wheel speed sensor
  5. Clamp
  6. Brake hose connection
  7. Brake hose bracket
  8. Caliper assembly
  9. Brake disk
  10. Shoe and lining assembly
  11. Rear wheel hub assembly mounting bolt
  12. Rear wheel hub assembly
  13. Parking brake cable connection
  14. Rear brake backing plate
  15. Control link connection
  16. Upper arm connection
  17. Lower arm connection
  18. Trailing arm assembly

Required Special Tools:

REMOVAL SERVICE POINTS

DRIVESHAFT NUT REMOVAL

CAUTION Do not apply the vehicle weight on the rear wheel hub assembly with the driveshaft nut loosened. Otherwise, the wheel bearing will be broken.

Use special tool MB990767 to fix the hub and remove the driveshaft nut.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

CALIPER ASSEMBLY REMOVAL

1. Remove the caliper assembly with brake hose.

2. Secure the removed caliper assembly with a wire or other similar material at a position where it will not interfere with the removal and installation of the rear wheel hub assembly.

REAR WHEEL HUB ASSEMBLY REMOVAL

1. If the rear wheel hub assembly is seized with the rear driveshaft assembly, use special tools MB990242 and MB990244, MB991354 and MB990767 to push the rear driveshaft assembly out from the hub and then remove the rear wheel hub assembly.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

2. If the rear wheel hub assembly is seized with the knuckle, use special tools MB990211 and MB990241 {combination (A) }, or MB990211 and MB991354 {combination (B) } to remove the rear wheel hub assembly.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS

WASHER/DRIVESHAFT NUT INSTALLATION

CAUTION

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

1. Incorporate the driveshaft washer as shown in the figure.

2. Use special tool MB990767 to tighten the driveshaft nuts. At this time, tighten the nuts within the specified torque range considering the final tightening.

Tightening torque: 144 − 176 N*m (107 − 129 ft-lb)

3. If the pin holes do not align with the pins, tighten the driveshaft nut [less than 200 N*m (147 ft-lb) ] and find the nearest hole then bend the split ping to fit it.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION <2.4L ENGINE: 7 PERSONS SEAT, 3.0L ENGINE>

CAUTION

Pre-removal operation

Post-installation operation

<FWD>

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

Removal steps

  1. Rear wheel speed sensor
  2. Brake hose bracket
  3. Caliper assembly
  4. Brake disk
  5. Rear wheel hub assembly mounting bolt
  6. Rear wheel hub assembly
  7. Parking brake cable connecting bolt
  8. Rear brake assembly
  9. Control link connection
  10. Stabilizer link connection
  11. Lower arm assembly connection
  12. Upper arm connection
  13. Trailing arm assembly
  14. Rear sensor cover

<AWD>

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

Removal steps

  1. Cotter pin
  2. Driveshaft nut
  3. Washer
  4. Rear wheel speed sensor
  5. Brake hose bracket
  6. Caliper assembly
  7. Brake disk
  1. Rear wheel hub assembly mounting bolt
  2. Rear wheel hub assembly
  3. Parking brake cable mounting bolt
  4. Rear brake assembly
  5. Control link connection
  6. Stabilizer link connection
  7. Lower arm assembly connection
  8. Upper arm connection
  9. Trailing arm assembly

Required Special Tool:

REMOVAL SERVICE POINTS

DRIVESHAFT NUT REMOVAL

CAUTION Do not apply the vehicle weight on the rear wheel hub assembly with the driveshaft nut loosened. Otherwise, the wheel bearing will be broken.

Use special tool MB990767 to fix the hub and remove the driveshaft nut.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

CALIPER ASSEMBLY REMOVAL

1. Remove the caliper assembly with brake hose.

2. Secure the removed caliper assembly with a wire or other similar material at a position where it will not interfere with the removal and installation of the rear wheel hub assembly.

REAR WHEEL HUB ASSEMBLY REMOVAL

Refer to GROUP 27B, Rear Axle Hub Assembly.

REAR BRAKE ASSEMBLY REMOVAL

Without separating the parking brake cable, hang the rear brake assembly at the body-side using a string.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

LOWER ARM ASSEMBLY DISCONNECTION

While jacking-up the lower arm with garage jack, remove the mounting bolts.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS

REAR SENSOR COVER INSTALLATION

Align the marking with trailing arm hole as shown in the figure and install the rear sensor cover.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

WASHER/DRIVESHAFT NUT INSTALLATION

CAUTION

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

1. Incorporate the driveshaft washer as shown in the figure.

2. Use special tool MB990767 to tighten the driveshaft nuts. At this time, tighten the nuts within the specified torque range considering the final tightening.

Tightening torque: 144 − 176 N*m (107 − 129 ft-lb)

3. If the pin holes do not align with the pins, tighten the driveshaft nut [less than 200 N*m (147 ft-lb) ] and find the nearest hole then bend the cotter pin to fit it.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

INSPECTION

TRAILING ARM BUSHING REPLACEMENT <2.4L ENGINE: 5 PERSONS SEAT>

Required Special Tools:

1. Use the special tools MB992121 and MB992125 to remove the trailing arm bushing:

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

2. Determine the installation direction and the installation position of the trailing arm bushing.

  1. Install so that the protruding side of the trailing arm bushing inner pipe faces inside the body.
  2. Position horizontally the trailing arm bushing to body connecting part, and locate bushing inner space as shown in the figure.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

3. Use the special tools MB992121 and MB992125 to press-fit the trailing arm bushing up to the position shown in the figure:

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

TRAILING ARM BUSHING REPLACEMENT <2.4L ENGINE: 7PERSONS SEAT, 3.0L ENGINE>

Required Special Tools:

1. Use the special tools MB992121 and MB992125 to remove the trailing arm bushing.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

2. Determine the installation direction and the installation position of the trailing arm bushing.

  1. Install so that the protruding side of the trailing arm bushing inner pipe faces inside the body.
  2. Position horizontally the trailing arm bushing to body connecting part, and locate bushing inner space as shown in the figure.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

3. Use the special tools MB992121, MB992125 and MB992175 to press-fit the trailing arm bushing up to the position shown in the figure.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Rear Suspension

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