Mitsubishi Outlander manuals

Mitsubishi Outlander: Transaxle Assembly

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

Pre-removal operation

Post-installation operation

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

Removal steps

  1. Transmission fluid filler tube assembly
  2. O-ring
  3. A/T control solenoid valve assembly connector
  4. Input shaft speed sensor connector
  5. Transmission range switch connector
  6. Output shaft speed sensor connector
  7. Transaxle control cable connection
  8. Battery ground
  1. Transaxle assembly upper part coupling bolt

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

Removal steps

  1. Transmission fluid cooler hose assembly connection
  1. Water-cooled transmission fluid cooler
  2. Oil pan cover
  3. Torque converter and drive plate coupling bolt
  1. Transaxle mounting bracket
  2. Transaxle mounting insulator stopper
  3. Transaxle mounting insulator
  1. transaxle assembly lower part coupling bolt
  2. transaxle assembly

REMOVAL SERVICE POINTS

TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY UPPER PART COUPLING BOLT REMOVAL

Only loosen the bolts from the engine and transaxle assembly (do not remove).

TORQUE CONVERTER AND DRIVE PLATE COUPLING BOLT REMOVAL

1. Remove the coupling bolts while turning the crankshaft.

2. Fully push the torque converter into the transaxle side so that it does not remain on the engine side.

TRANSAXLE MOUNTING BRACKET REMOVAL

1. Place a garage jack against the transaxle case with a piece of wood in between to support the engine and transaxle assembly.

2. Operate a garage jack so that the weight of the engine and transaxle assembly is not applied to the transaxle mounting insulator, and remove the transaxle mounting bracket.

ENGINE ASSEMBLY HOLDING

CAUTION The engine hanger plate (special tool: MB992208)should be secured by tightening bolts with the engine hanger plate to the specified torque (If the other bolts are used, the engine assembly may fall down when it is raised.) Tightening torque: 22 +- 4 N*m (16 +- 2 ft-lb)

1. Remove the intake manifold plenum stay, rear on the right bank and the engine hanger on the left bank, and then install the engine hanger plate (Special tool: MB992208) to the place.

2. When engine hanger (Special tool: MB991928) is used

  1. Assemble the engine hanger (Special tool: MB991928).

    (Set the components below to the base hanger.)

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

  1. Set the feet of the special tool as shown in the figure.

NOTE: Adjust the engine hanger balance by sliding the slide bracket (HI).

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

  1. Set the chains of the engine hanger (Special tool: MB991527) and the engine hanger balancer (Special tool: MB991454) to support the engine and transaxle assembly. Remove the garage jack and then remove the transaxle assembly upper part coupling bolts that have been loosened previously.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

3. When using engine mechanical hanger (Special tool: MB991895)

  1. Set the foot of the engine mechanical hanger (Special tool: MB991895) as shown in the figure.

NOTE: Slide the front foot of the engine mechanical hanger (Special tool: MB991895) to balance the engine hanger.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

CAUTION Place rag between the engine mechanical hanger (Special tool: MB991895) and the windshield to prevent the special tool from interfering with the windshield.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

  1. Set the chains of the engine hanger (Special tool: MB991527) and the engine hanger balancer (Special tool: MB991454) to support the engine and transaxle assembly. Remove the garage jack and then remove the transaxle assembly upper part coupling bolts that have been loosened previously.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS

TRANSAXLE ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION

Fully push the torque converter into the transaxle side, and then assemble the transaxle assembly to the engine.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

TRANSAXLE MOUNTING INSULATOR STOPPER INSTALLATION

Install the transaxle mounting insulator stopper as shown in the figure.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

TRANSAXLE CONTROL CABLE (TRANSAXLE SIDE) INSTALLATION

1. Move the selector lever and manual control lever to the "N" position.

2. Use the adjusting nut to tighten the transaxle control cable to the specified torque.

Tightening torque: 9.5 +- 3.5 N*m (84 +- 30 in-lb)

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

Transfer Assembly <AWD>

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION <VEHICLES WITH S-AWC>

Pre-removal and post-installation operation

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

Removal steps

  1. Heat protector
  2. Connector connection
  3. Exhaust manifold bracket
  4. Transfer assembly
  5. O-ring

REMOVAL SERVICE POINT

EXHAUST MANIFOLD BRACKET

CAUTION Do not loosen the bolts other than shown.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION <Vehicles without S-AWC>

Pre-removal and post-installation operation

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

Removal steps

  1. Rear roll stopper
  2. Transaxle case rear roll stopper bracket
  1. Transfer assembly
  2. O-ring

REMOVAL SERVICE POINT

TRANSFER ASSEMBLY REMOVAL

Move the engine and transaxle assembly toward the front of the vehicle to make a gap between the engine/transaxle assembly and the crossmember. Pull out the transfer assembly through this gap.

Transaxle Control Module (TCM)

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

Pre-removal and post-installation operation

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

Removal steps

  1. TCM
  2. TCM bracket

AWC-ECU <Vehicles With S-AWC>

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

Pre-removal and post-installation operation

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

S-AWC CONTROL MODE SELECTOR <Vehicles with S-AWC>

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

Refer to GROUP 52A − Floor Console Assembly.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

S-AWC CONTROL MODE SELECTOR INSPECTION

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

A/T Fluid Cooler Line

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

Pre-removal and post-installation operation

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

Removal steps

  1. Water return hose A
  2. Water return tube
  3. Water return hose B
  4. Water feed hose A
  5. Water feed tube
  6. Water feed hose B
  7. Thermo valve assembly
  8. Water feed hose C
  9. Transmission fluid cooler hose assembly
  10. Transmission fluid cooler bracket A
  11. Transmission fluid cooler bracket B
  12. Transmission fluid cooler bracket C
  13. Transmission fluid cooler assembly

THERMO VALVE CHECK

1. Obtain a container filled with water and place the thermo valve in it with a stick (approximately 6 mm in diameter) inserted. Gradually warm up the water while stirring, and check that the thermo valve opening temperature is within the standard value. The stick rises when the thermo valve opens.

Standard value: 75 +- 1.5ºC (167 +- 34.7 ºF)

2. Warm up the water to the full-open temperature of the thermo valve, and check that the valve lift amount is within the standard value.

Standard value: Full-open temperature 95ºC (203ºF) or more
Valve lift amount when it is fully opened: 3 mm or more

Mitsubishi Outlander. Automatic Transaxle

NOTE: Measure the height of the fully closed valve in advance, and then measure the valve height at fully open temperature to calculate the lift amount.

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