00-1
GROUP 00
GENERAL
CONTENTS
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL. . . . . .
00-3
INITIALIZATION PROCEDURE FOR LEARNING
VALUE IN MFI ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-22
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDELINES
00-6
LEARNING PROCEDURE FOR IDLING IN MFI
ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-23
HOW TO USE
TROUBLESHOOTING/INSPECTION
SERVICE POINTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-6
TROUBLESHOOTING CONTENTS . . . . . .
00-6
HOW TO USE THE INSPECTION
PROCEDURES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-8
CONNECTOR MEASUREMENT SERVICE
POINTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-10
CONNECTOR INSPECTION SERVICE
POINTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SERVICING ELECTRICAL SYSTEM . . . . .
00-24
VEHICLE WASHING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-24
APPLICATION OF ANTI-CORROSION AGENTS
AND UNDERCOATS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-24
MUT-III. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-25
TOWING AND HOISTING. . . . . . . . . .
00-26
00-12
GENERAL DATA AND
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-30
HOW TO COPE WITH INTERMITTENT
MALFUNCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-13
TIGHTENING TORQUE . . . . . . . . . . .
00-32
INSPECTION SERVICE POINTS FOR A
BLOWN FUSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-15
LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
00-33
00-15
RECOMMENDED LUBRICANTS AND
LUBRICANT CAPACITIES TABLE . .
00-35
SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE
TABLE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-38
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION . . . . . . .
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-15
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION CODE PLATE
00-17
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE.
SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM
(SRS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-21
00-21
HOW TO PERFORM VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
NUMBER (VIN) WRITING. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-21
Continued on next page
00-2
MAINTENANCE SERVICE . . . . . . . .
00-41
AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE
(CHECK FLUID LEVEL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-47
FUEL SYSTEM (TANK, PIPE LINES,
CONNECTIONS AND FUEL TANK FILTER
TUBE CAP) (CHECK FOR LEAKS) . . . . . .
TRANSFER (CHANGE OIL) . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-50
00-41
ENGINE COOLANT (CHANGE) . . . . . . . . .
00-50
FUEL HOSES (CHECK CONDITION) . . . .
00-41
AIR CLEANER ELEMENT (REPLACE) . . .
00-41
COOLANT HOSES (RADIATOR HOSE,
HEATER HOSE) (INSPECT). . . . . . . . . . . .
00-52
DISC BRAKE PADS
(INSPECT FOR WEAR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-52
BRAKE HOSES (CHECK FOR
DETERIORATION OR LEAKS) . . . . . . . . . .
00-52
BALL JOINT AND STEERING LINKAGE
SEALS (INSPECT FOR GREASE LEAKS
AND DAMAGE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-52
00-53
EVAPORATIVE EMISSION CONTROL
SYSTEM (CHECK FOR LEAKS AND
CLOGGING)-EXCEPT EVAPORATIVE
EMISSION CANISTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-41
SPARK PLUGS (REPLACE). . . . . . . . . . . .
00-42
INTAKE AND EXHAUST VALVE CLEARANCE
(INSPECT AND ADJUST). . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-42
TIMING BELT (REPLACE) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-43
DRIVE BELT (FOR WATER PUMP AND
GENERATOR) (CHECK CONDITION) . . . .
DRIVE SHAFT BOOTS (INSPECT FOR
GREASE LEAKS AND DAMAGE). . . . . . . .
00-43
SUSPENSION SYSTEM (INSPECT FOR
LOOSENESS AND DAMAGE) . . . . . . . . . .
00-53
REAR AXLE OIL (CHECK OIL LEVEL). . . .
00-53
TIRES (ROTATE THE TIRES) . . . . . . . . . .
00-53
AIR PURIFIER FILTER (REPLACE) . . . . . .
00-54
MAIN SEALANT AND ADHESIVE
TABLE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-54
EXHAUST SYSTEM (CONNECTION PORTION
OF MUFFLER, PIPINGS AND CONVERTER
HEAT SHIELDS) (CHECK AND SERVICE AS
REQUIRED) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-43
ENGINE OIL (CHANGE). . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-44
ENGINE OIL FILTER (CHANGE) . . . . . . . .
00-45
MANUAL TRANSAXLE
(INSPECT OIL LEVEL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-46
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GENERAL
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND
SERVICING EXPLANATIONS
This manual provides explanations, etc. concerning
procedures for the inspection, maintenance, repair
and servicing of the subject model. Unless otherwise
specified, each service procedure covers all models.
Procedures covering specific models are identified
by the model codes, or similar designation (engine
type, transaxle type, etc.). A description of these designations is covered in this manual under "VEHICLE
IDENTIFICATION."
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ON-VEHICLE SERVICE
The "ON-VEHICLE SERVICE" section has procedures for performing inspections and adjustments of
particularly important components. These procedures are done with regard to maintenance and servicing, but other inspections (looseness, play,
cracking, damage, etc.) must also be performed.
M1001000100938
DANGER, WARNING, AND CAUTION
DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION call special
attention to a necessary action or to an action that
must be avoided. The differences among DANGER,
WARNING, and CAUTION are as follows:
• If a DANGER is not followed, the result is severe
bodily harm or even death.
• If a WARNING is not followed, the result could be
bodily injury.
• If a CAUTION is not followed, the result could be
damage to the vehicle, vehicle components or
service equipment.
TIGHTENING TORQUE INDICATION
The tightening torque indicates a median and its tolerance by a unit of N⋅ m (in-lb) or N⋅ m (ft-lb). For
fasteners with no assigned torque value, refer to
P.00-32.
SPECIAL TOOL NOTE
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SERVICE PROCEDURES
The service steps are arranged in numerical order.
Attention to be paid in performing vehicle service are
described in detail in SERVICE POINTS.
DEFINITION OF TERMS
Only MMC special tool part numbers are called out in
the repair sections of this manual. Please refer to the
special tool cross-reference chart located at the
beginning of each group, for the special tool number
that is available in your market.
ABBREVIATIONS
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STANDARD VALUE
Indicates the value used as the standard for judging
whether or not a part or adjustment is correct.
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LIMIT
Shows the maximum or minimum value for judging
whether or not a part or adjustment is acceptable.
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REFERENCE VALUE
Indicates the adjustment value prior to starting the
work (presented in order to facilitate assembly and
adjustment procedures, and so they can be completed in a shorter time).
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The following abbreviations are used in this manual
for classification of model types:
M/T: Manual transaxle, or models equipped with
manual transaxle.
A/T:Automatic transaxle, or models equipped with
automatic transaxle.
MFI: Multiport fuel injection, or engines equipped
with multiport fuel injection.
FWD: 2-wheel drive vehicles.
AWD: 4-wheel drive vehicles.
A/C: Air conditioning.
2.4L Engine: 2.4 liter <4G69> engine, or a model
equipped with such an engine.
PCM: Powertrain control module
SWS: Simplified wiring system
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EXPLANATION OF MANUAL CONTENTS
Denotes tightening torque.
If there is no indication of
tightening torque, refer to
tightening torque.
Indicates the
section title.
Indicates the
group title.
Indicates the
group number.
Indicates the page number.
Indicates procedures to be performed before the work in that section is started, and
procedures to be performed after the work
in that section is finished.
Mark N denotes non-reusable part.
Component diagram
A diagram of the component parts is provided near the front of each section in order
to give the reader a better understanding of
the installed condition of component parts.
Repair kit or parts sets are shown.
(Only very frequently used parts are shown.)
Maintenance and servicing procedures
The numbers provided within the diagram indicate the
sequence for maintenance and servicing procedures.
Removal steps :
The part designation number corresponds to
the number in the illustration to indicate removal
steps.
Disassembly steps :
The part designation number corresponds to
the number in the illustration to indicate disassembly steps.
Installation steps :
Specified in case installation is impossible in
reverse order of removal steps. Omitted if
installation is possible in reverse order of
removal steps.
Assembly steps :
Specified in case installation is impossible in
reverse order of removal steps. Omitted if
assembly is possible in reverse order of
disassembly steps.
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HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
Classifications of major maintenance / service points
When there are major points relative to maintenance and servicing procedures (such as essential maintenance
and service points, maintenance and service standard values, information regarding the use of special tools, etc.).
These are arranged together as major maintenance and service points and explained in detail.
<<A>> : Indicates that there are essential points for removal or disassembly.
>>A<< : Indicates that there are essential points for installation or assembly.
Operating procedures,
cautions, etc. on removal,
installation, disassembly and
assembly are described
The title of the page
(following the page on which
the diagram of component
parts is presented) indicating
the locations of lubrication and
sealing procedures.
Indicates (by symbols) where
lubrication is necessary.
Symbols for lubrication, sealants and adhesives
Symbols are used to show the locations for lubrication
and for application of sealants and adhesives.
These symbols are included in the diagram of
component parts or on the page following the
component parts page. The symbols do not always
have accompanying text to support that symbol.
Grease
(Multi-purpose grease unless there is a
brand or type specified)
Sealant or adhesive
Brake fluid or automatic transmission fluid
Engine oil, gear oil or air conditioning
compressor oil
Adhesive tape or butyl rubber tape
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDELINES
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDELINES
FIND THE PROBLEM
VERIFY THE COMPLAINT
• Make sure the customer's complaint and the service writer's work order description are understood before starting work.
• Make sure the correct operation of the system is
understood. Read the service manual description
to verify normal system operation.
• Operate the system to see the symptoms. Look
for other symptoms that were not reported by the
customer, or on the work order, that may be
related to the problem.
DETERMINE POSSIBLE CAUSES
Compare the confirmed symptoms to the diagnostic
symptom indexes to find the right diagnosis procedure.
If the confirmed symptoms cannot be found on any
symptom index, determine other possible causes.
• Analyze the system diagrams and list all possible
causes for the problem symptoms.
• Rank all these possible causes in order of probability, based on how much of the system they
cover, how likely they are to be the cause, and
how easy they will be to check. Be sure to take
experience into account. Consider the causes of
similar problems seen in the past. The list of
causes should be ranked in order from general to
specific, from most-likely to least-likely, and from
easy-to-check to hard-to-check.
M1001008800287
After the symptoms have been confirmed, and probable causes have been identified, the next step is to
make step-by-step checks of the suspected system
components, junctions, and links in logical order.
Use the diagnostic procedures in the service manual
whenever possible. Follow these procedures carefully to avoid missing an important step in the diagnosis sequence. It might be the skipped step that leads
to the solution of the problem.
If the service manual doesn't have step-by-step procedures to help diagnose the problem, make a series
of checks based on the ranked list of probable
causes. Troubleshooting checks should be made in
the order that the list of causes was ranked:
• general to specific
• most-likely to least-likely
• easy-to-check to hard-to-check
REPAIR THE PROBLEM
When the step-by-step troubleshooting checks find a
fault, perform the proper repairs. Make sure to fix the
root cause of the problem, not just the symptom. Just
fixing the symptom, without fixing the root cause, will
cause the symptom to eventually return.
VERIFY THE REPAIR
After repairs are made, recheck the operation of the
system to confirm that the problem is eliminated. Be
sure to check the system thoroughly. Sometimes
new problems are revealed after repairs have been
made.
HOW TO USE TROUBLESHOOTING/INSPECTION SERVICE
POINTS
TROUBLESHOOTING CONTENTS
Troubleshooting of electronic control systems for
which the scan tool can be used follows the basic
outline described below. Even in systems for which
the scan tool cannot be used, part of these systems
still follow this outline.
1. STANDARD FLOW OF DIAGNOSTIC
TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting strategy is shown in each group.
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2. SYSTEM OPERATION AND SYMPTOM
VERIFICATION TESTS
If verification of the symptom(s) is difficult, procedures for checking operation and verifying symptoms
are shown.
3. DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
The following trouble code diagnosis are shown.
• How to read diagnostic trouble codes
• How to erase diagnostic trouble codes
• Input inspection service points
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HOW TO USE TROUBLESHOOTING/INSPECTION SERVICE POINTS
4. DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE CHART
If the scan tool displays a diagnostic trouble code,
find the applicable inspection procedure according to
this chart.
5. SYMPTOM CHART
If there are symptoms, even though the scan tools
show that no DTCs are set, inspection procedures
for each symptom will be found by using this chart.
6. DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODE
PROCEDURES
Indicates the inspection procedures corresponding to
each diagnostic trouble code. (Refer to P.00-8).
7. SYMPTOM PROCEDURES
Indicates the inspection procedures corresponding to
each symptom listed in the Symptom Chart. (Refer to
P.00-8).
8. SERVICE DATA REFERENCE TABLE
Inspection items and normal judgment values have
been provided in this chart as reference information.
9. CHECK AT ECU TERMINALS
Terminal numbers for the ECU connectors, inspection items, and standard values have been provided
in this chart as reference information.
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TERMINAL VOLTAGE CHECKS
1. Connect a needle-nosed wire probe to a voltmeter
probe.
CAUTION
Short-circuiting the positive (+) probe between a
connector terminal and ground could damage
the vehicle wiring, the sensor, the ECU, or all
three. Use care to prevent this!
2. Insert the needle-nosed wire probe into each of
the ECU connector terminals from the wire side,
and measure the voltage while referring to the
check chart.
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NOTE: Measure voltage with the ECU connectors
connected.
You may find it convenient to pull out the ECU to
make it easier to reach the connector terminals.
Checks don't have to be carried out in the order
given in the chart.
3. If voltage readings differ from normal condition
values, check related sensors, actuators, and
wiring. Replace or repair as needed.
4. After repair or replacement, recheck with the
voltmeter to confirm that the repair has corrected
the problem.
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TERMINAL RESISTANCE AND
CONTINUITY CHECKS
1. Turn the ignition switch to the "LOCK" (OFF)
position.
2. Disconnect the ECU connector.
CAUTION
If resistance and continuity checks are performed on the wrong terminals, damage to the
vehicle wiring, sensors, ECU, and/or ohmmeter
may occur. Use care to prevent this!
3. Measure the resistance and check for continuity
between the terminals of the ECU harness-side
connector while referring to the check chart.
NOTE: Checks don't have to be carried out in the
order given in the chart.
4. If the ohmmeter shows any deviation from the
Normal Condition value, check the corresponding
sensor, actuator and related electrical wiring, then
repair or replace.
5. After repair or replacement, recheck with the
ohmmeter to confirm that the repair has corrected
the problem.
10. INSPECTION PROCEDURES USING
AN OSCILLOSCOPE
When there are inspection procedures using an
oscilloscope, these are listed.
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HOW TO USE TROUBLESHOOTING/INSPECTION SERVICE POINTS
HOW TO USE THE INSPECTION PROCEDURES
M1001013500118
The causes of many of the problems occurring in electric circuitry are generally the connectors, components,
the ECU, and the harnesses between connectors, in that order. These inspection procedures follow this
order. They first try to discover a problem with a connector or a defective component.
(1) Relevant circuit(s) of the component which
the DTC indicates are described.
(2) For connector color, refer to GROUP 80A,
How to read configuration diagrams.
(3) Shows the location of the connector(s) from
the circuit(s) above.
(4) Explains about the operation principle of the
component or its relevant parts in that circuit.
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(5) Explains about technical details.
(6) Describes the conditions for that DTC
being set (stored).
(7) Describes possible
cause(s)for that DTC.
(8) Start of the diagnosis procedure
for that DTC.
(M.U.T.-III Sub Assembly)
(9) Identifies the special tool(s)
necessary for diagnosing that DTC.
(10) Provides the inspection procedure
for that DTC step by step.
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HOW TO USE TROUBLESHOOTING/INSPECTION SERVICE POINTS
HARNESS INSPECTION
Check for an open or short circuit in the harness
between the terminals which were faulty according to
the connector measurements. Carry out this inspection while referring to GROUP 00E, Harness Connector Inspection P.00E-2. Here, "Check harness
between power supply and terminal xx" also includes
checking for blown fuse. For inspection service
points when there is a blown fuse, refer to "Inspection Service Points for a Blown Fuse P.00-15."
MEASURES TO TAKE AFTER
REPLACING THE ECU
If the trouble symptoms have not disappeared even
after replacing the ECU, repeat the inspection procedure from the beginning.
CONNECTOR MEASUREMENT SERVICE POINTS
M1001013600290
Turn the ignition switch to the "LOCK" (OFF) position when
connecting and disconnecting the connectors. Turn the ignition
switch to "ON" when measuring, unless there are instructions
to the contrary.
IF INSPECTING WITH THE CONNECTOR
CONNECTED <WATERPROOF CONNECTORS>
SPECIAL TOOL
Be sure to use special tool. Never insert a test probe from the
harness side, as this will reduce the waterproof performance
and result in corrosion.
ACX00863AE
IF INSPECTING WITH THE CONNECTOR
CONNECTED <ORDINARY (NON-WATERPROOF)
CONNECTORS>
Required Special Tool:
• MB992006: Extra Fine Probe
Inspect by inserting a test probe from the harness side. If the
connector is too small to insert a test probe (e.g. control unit
connector), do not insert it forcibly. Use special tool MB992006
(extra fine probe).
MB992006
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IF INSPECTING WITH THE CONNECTOR
DISCONNECTED
<When Inspecting a Female Pin>
• From front side of the connector
Required Special Tool:
MB991219: Inspection Harness (Included in MB991223,
Harness Set)
The inspection harness for connector pin contact pressure should be used. The test probe should never be
forcibly inserted, as it may cause a defective contact.
MB991219
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• From back side of the connector (SRS-ECU harness side
connector)
Since the SRS-ECU harness connector is plated to improve
conductivity, observe the warning below when checking
this connector.
SRS-ECU HARNESS
CONNECTOR
WARNING
AC001607AB
Insert the backprobing tool into the connector from
the harness side, and connect the tester to the backprobing tool. If any tool other than the backprobing
tool is used, it may cause damage to the harness and
other components. Furthermore, measurement
should not be carried out by touching the backprobing tool directly against the terminals from the front
of the connector. The terminals are plated to increase
their conductivity, so that if they are touched directly
by the backprobing tool, the plating may break, which
will decrease reliability.
<When Inspecting a Male Pin>
CAUTION
At this time, be careful not to short the connector pins with
the test probes. Doing so may damage the circuits inside
the ECU.
Touch the pin directly with the test probe.
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CONNECTOR INSPECTION SERVICE POINTS
M1001013700101
VISUAL INSPECTION
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•
•
•
•
CONNECTOR DISCONNECTED OR
IMPROPERLY CONNECTED
Connector is disconnected or improperly connected
Connector pins are pulled out
Stretched an broken wires at terminal section
Low contact pressure between male and female terminals
Low connection pressure due to rusted terminals or foreign
matter lodged in terminals
STRETCHED OR BROKEN WIRES
HARNESS WIRE BREAKAGE
AT TERMINAL SECTION
LOW CONTACT
PRESSURE
GOOD
BAD
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CONNECTOR PIN INSPECTION
If the connector pin stopper is damaged, the terminal connections (male and female pins) will not be perfect even when the
connector body is connected, because the pins may pull out of
the back side of the connector. Therefore, gently pull the wires
one by one to make sure that no pins pull out of the connector.
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CONNECTOR ENGAGEMENT INSPECTION
MB991219
Required Special Tool:
MB991219: Inspection Harness (contained in MB991223 Test
Harness)
Use special tool, MB991219 to inspect the engagement of the
male pins and female pins. [Pin drawing force: 1 N (0.2 pound)
or more]
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HOW TO COPE WITH INTERMITTENT
MALFUNCTIONS
M1001013900105
Most intermittent malfunctions occur under certain conditions. If
those conditions can be identified, the cause will be easier to
find.
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TO COPE WITH INTERMITTENT
MALFUNCTION;
1. ASK THE CUSTOMER ABOUT THE
MALFUNCTION
Ask what it feels like, what it sounds like, etc. Then
ask about driving conditions, weather, frequency of
occurrence, and so on.
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2. DETERMINE THE CONDITIONS FROM
THE CUSTOMER'S RESPONSES
Typically, almost all intermittent malfunctions occur
from conditions like vibration, temperature and/or
moisture change, poor connections. From the customer's responses, it should be reasoned which condition is most likely.
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3. USE SIMULATION TEST
Use the simulation tests below to attempt to duplicate the customer's complaint. Determine the most
likely circuit(s) and perform the simulation tests on
the connectors and parts of that circuit(s). Be sure to
use the inspection procedures provided for diagnostic trouble codes and trouble symptoms.
For temperature and/or moisture condition related
intermittent malfunctions, try to change the conditions of the suspected circuit components, then use
the simulation tests below.
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4. VERIFY THE INTERMITTENT
MALFUNCTION IS ELIMINATED
Repair the malfunctioning part and try to duplicate
the condition(s) again to verify the intermittent malfunction has been eliminated.
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SIMULATION TESTS
NOTE: In case of difficulty in finding the cause of the intermittent malfunction, the data recorder function in the scan tool is
effective.
For these simulation tests, shake, then gently bend, pull, and
twist the wiring of each of these examples to duplicate the intermittent malfunction.
• Shake the connector up-and-down, and right-and-left.
• Shake the wiring harness up-and-down, and right-and-left.
Especially, check the splice points of wiring harnesses carefully. Refer to GROUP 00E, Harness Connector Inspection
P.00E-2.
• Shake the part or sensor.
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INSPECTION SERVICE POINTS FOR A BLOWN
FUSE
M1001013800108
Remove the blown fuse and measure the resistance between
the load side of the blown fuse and the ground. Close the
switches of all circuits which are connected to this fuse. If the
resistance is almost 0 Ω at this time, there is a short somewhere between these switches and the load. If the resistance is
not 0 Ω, there is no short at the present time, but a momentary
short has probably caused the fuse to blow.
The main causes of a short circuit are the following.
• Harness being clamped by the vehicle body
• Damage to the outer casing of the harness due to wear or
heat
• Water getting into the connector or circuitry
• Human error (mistakenly shorting a circuit, etc.)
BATTERY
FUSE
LOAD
SWITCH
SHORTCIRCUIT
OCCURRENCE
SECTION
LOAD
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VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
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VEHICLES IDENTIFICATION NUMBER LOCATION
The vehicle identification number (VIN) is located on a plate
attached to the left top side of the instrument panel.
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VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION CODE CHART PLATE
All vehicle identification numbers contain 17 digits. The vehicle
number is a code which tells country, make, vehicle type, etc.
JA4LX31F 16
5U000001
12
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
NO. ITEM
CONTENT
1
Country
J: Japan
2
Make
A: Mitsubishi
3
Vehicle type
4: Multi-purpose vehicle
4
Others
GROSS VEHICLE WEIGHT
RATING/BRAKE SYSTEM
L; 4001-5000 lbs/HYDRAULIC
5
Line
X: OUTLANDER FWD
AC402788 AC
Z: OUTLANDER AWD
6
Price class
3: Medium
4: High
8: Sports
7
Body
1: 5-door wagon
8
Engine
F: 2.4L (4G69)
9
Check digits*
0, 1, 2, 3, -----------9, X
10
Model year
6: 2006 year
11
Plant
U: Mizushima
12
Serial number
000001 to 999999
NOTE: *: Check digit means a single number, or letter X, used
to verify the accuracy of transcription of vehicle identification
number.
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER LIST
.
VEHICLES FOR USA
VIN (EXCEPT SEQUENCE
NUMBER)
BRAND
ENGINE
DISPLACEMENT
MODEL CODE
JA4LX31F_6U
MITSUBISHI
OUTLANDER
2.4L
CU5WXNMYL2M
JA4LX31F_6U
CU5WXRMYL2M
JA4LX31F_6U
CU5WXRMYL7M
JA4LX41F_6U
CU5WXRHYL2M
JA4LX41F_6U
CU5WXRHYL7M
JA4LX81F_6U
CU5WXRXYL2M
JA4LX81F_6U
CU5WXRXYL7M
JA4LZ31F_6U
CU5WXNMYZL2M
JA4LZ31F_6U
CU5WXRMYZL2M
JA4LZ41F_6U
CU5WXRHYZL2M
JA4LZ81F_6U
CU5WXRXYZL2M
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GENERAL
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
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VEHICLES FOR CANADA
VIN (EXCEPT SEQUENCE
NUMBER)
BRAND
ENGINE
DISPLACEMENT
MODEL CODE
JA4LX31F_6U
MITSUBISHI
OUTLANDER
2.4L
CU5WXNMYL3M
JA4LX31F_6U
CU5WXRMYL3M
JA4LZ31F_6U
CU5WXNMYZL3M
JA4LZ31F_6U
CU5WXRMYZL3M
JA4LZ41F_6U
CU5WXRHYZL3M
JA4LZ41F_6U
CU5WXRXYZL3M
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION CODE PLATE
1
3
2
5
4
6
M1001005400752
The vehicle information code plate is riveted onto the cowl top
outer panel in the engine compartment.
The plate shows model code, engine model, transaxle model
and body color code.
7
AC200925AB
NO. ITEM
CONTENT
1
MODEL
CU5WXRM CU5WX: Vehicle model
YL2M
RMYL2M: Model series
2
ENGINE
4G69
Engine model
3
EXT
G44B
Exterior code
4
TRANS
AXLE
F4A4B
Transaxle model
5
COLOR
G44
Body color code
6
INT
11E
Interior code
7
OPT
Z06
Equipment code
For monotone color vehicles, the body color code shall be indicated.
TIRE AND LOADING INFORMATION PLACARD
The tire and loading information placard is located on the inside
sill of the driver’s door.
AC401835AB
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GENERAL
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
VEHICLE SAFETY CERTIFICATION LABEL
The vehicle safety certification label is attached to the face of
the left door sill.
This label indicates the month and year of manufacture, Gross
Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR), front and rear Gross Axle
Weight Rating (GAWR), and Vehicle Identification Number
(VIN).
AC106511AC
ENGINE MODEL STAMPING
The engine model is stamped on the cylinder block.
These engine model numbers are as shown as follows.
ENGINE MODEL
ENGINE DISPLACEMENT
4G69
2.4L
The engine serial number is stamped near the engine model
number.
AC305946AB
THEFT PROTECTION
In order to protect against theft, a Vehicle Identification Number
(VIN) is attached as a plate or label to the following major parts
of the engine and transaxle, as well as main outer panels:
Engine cylinder block, Transaxle housing, Fender, Doors, liftgate, Quarter panel, Hood, Bumpers
In addition, a theft-protection label is attached to replacement
parts for the body outer panel main components, and the same
data is stamped into replacement parts for the engine and the
transaxle.
THEFT PROTECTION LABEL
FOR ORIGINAL PARTS
FOR REPLACEMENT PARTS
AC101015 AB
CAUTION
Cautions regarding panel repairs:
• When repainting original parts, do so after first masking
the theft-protection label. After painting, be sure to peel
off the masking tape.
• The theft-protection label for replacement parts is covered by masking tape, so such parts can be painted as
is. The masking tape should be removed after painting
is finished.
• The theft-protection label should not be removed from
original parts or replacement parts.
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GENERAL
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
LOCATIONS
LABEL AREA (A: FOR ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT PARTS, B: FOR REPLACEMENT PARTS)
AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE
ENGINE
B
A
B
A
AC000060 AB
AC305945AB
FENDER
HOOD
B
A
A
B
AC200865 AB
AC106512AB
THE ILLUSTRATION INDICATES LEFT OUTER SIDE.
RIGHT SIDE IS SYMMETRICALLY OPPOSITE.
QUARTER PANEL OUTER
MANUAL TRANSAXLE
A
A
B
AC201549 AB
THE ILLUSTRATION INDICATES LEFT OUTER SIDE.
RIGHT SIDE IS SYMMETRICALLY OPPOSITE.
B
AC000059AC
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VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
LABEL AREA (A: FOR ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT PARTS, B: FOR REPLACEMENT PARTS)
REAR DOOR
FRONT DOOR
A
A
B
B
THE ILLUSTRATION INDICATES RIGHT INNER SIDE.
LEFT SIDE IS SYMMETRICALLY OPPOSITE.
THE ILLUSTRATION INDICATES RIGHT INNER SIDE.
LEFT SIDE IS SYMMETRICALLY OPPOSITE.
AC200859AB
AC200858AB
LIFTGATE
FRONT BUMPER
A
A
B
AC200871AB
REAR BUMPER
B
A
AC201551 AB
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AC201550AB
GENERAL
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
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PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS)
1. Items to review when servicing SRS:
(1) Be sure to read GROUP 52B, Supplemental
Restraint System (SRS). For safe operation,
please follow the directions and heed all
warnings.
(2) Wait at least 60 seconds after disconnecting
the battery cable before doing any further
work. The SRS system is designed to retain
enough voltage to deploy the air bag even
after the battery has been disconnected.
Serious injury may result from unintended air
bag deployment if work is done on the SRS
system immediately after the battery cable is
disconnected.
(3) Warning labels must be heeded when
servicing or handling SRS components.
Warning labels can be found in the following
locations.
• Front impact sensor
• Hood
• Sun visor
• SRS-ECU
• Steering wheel
• Clock spring
• Steering joint cover
• Air bag module (Driver's or front
passenger's)
• Side-air bag module (Driver's side or front
passenger's side)
• Side impact sensor
• Seat belt pre-tensioner
M1001011600249
(4) Always use the designated special tools and
test equipment.
(5) Store components removed from the SRS in a
clean and dry place. The air bag module
should be stored on a flat surface and placed
so that the pad surface is facing upward.
(6) Never attempt to disassemble or repair the
SRS components (SRS-ECU, air bag module
and clock spring). If there is a defect, replace
the defective part.
(7) Whenever you finish servicing the SRS, check
the SRS warning light operation to make sure
that the system functions properly.
(8) Be sure to deploy the air bag before disposing
of the air bag module or disposing of a vehicle
equipped with an air bag (Refer to GROUP
52B P.52B-376, Air Bag Module Disposal
Procedures).
2. Observe the following when carrying out
operations on places where SRS components are
installed, including operations not directly related
to the SRS air bag.
(1) When removing or installing parts, do not allow
any impact or shock to occur to the SRS
components.
(2) If heat damage may occur during paint work,
remove the SRS-ECU, the air bag module,
clock spring, the front impact sensor, the side
impact sensor, and the seat belt pre-tensioner.
• SRS-ECU, air bag module, clock spring, front
impact sensor, the side impact sensor: 93 ° C
(200 ° F) or more
• Seat belt pre-tensioner: 90 ° C (194 ° F) or more
HOW TO PERFORM VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
NUMBER (VIN) WRITING
M1001011400223
The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is stored in the ECM
<M/T> or the PCM <A/T> by the vehicle manufacture. If the
VIN to be stored in the ECM <M/T> or the PCM <A/T> is eliminated fraudulently, the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (SERVICE
ENGINE SOON or Check Engine Lamp) illuminates and Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) No. P0630 (VIN malfunction) is
shown. When the ECM <M/T> or the PCM <A/T> is replaced,
and entry of the VIN necessary due to DTC No. P0630 (VIN
malfunction). Enter the VIN in accordance with the procedure
as follows:
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GENERAL
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
WRITING PROCEDURE
Required Special Tools:
• MB991958: Scan Tool (MUT-III Sub Assembly)
• MB991824: V.C.I.
• MB991827: MUT-III USB Cable
• MB991910: MUT-III Main Harness A
16-PIN
MB991910
MB991824
MB991827
AK300677AD
CAUTION
To prevent damage to scan tool MB991958, always turn the
ignition switch to the "LOCK" (OFF) position before connecting or disconnecting scan tool MB991958.
1. Connect scan tool MB991958 to the data link connector.
2. Turn the ignition switch to the "ON" position.
3. Confirm DTC No. P0603 (EEPROM malfunction) is not
shown.
NOTE: When DTC No. P0603 (EEPROM malfunction) is
shown, the VIN cannot be stored even if entered. Therefore,
the troubleshooting is performed when this DTC is shown.
4. Select "Coding" form the menu screen.
5. Select "VIN writing" form the menu screen.
6. Enter the VIN.
7. After entry of the VIN, turn the ignition switch to the "LOCK"
(OFF) position. After ten seconds or more passed, turn to
the "ON" position again.
8. Confirm DTC No. P0630 (VIN malfunction) is not shown.
NOTE: When DTC No. P0630 (VIN malfunction) is shown,
enter the VIN again because that would be not appropriate.
INITIALIZATION PROCEDURE FOR LEARNING
VALUE IN MFI ENGINE
M1001011700280
When the following service is performed, initialize the learning
value.
• At replacing engine assembly*
• At replacing throttle body and at cleaning
• At replacing knock sensor
NOTE: * Initialize A/T-related learning value.
.
INITIALIZATION PROCEDURE
Required Special Tools:
• MB991958: Scan Tool (MUT-III Sub Assembly)
• MB991824: V.C.I.
• MB991827: MUT-III USB Cable
• MB991910: MUT-III Main Harness A
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PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
16-PIN
MB991910
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CAUTION
To prevent damage to scan tool MB991958, always turn the
ignition switch to the "LOCK" (OFF) position before connecting or disconnecting scan tool MB991958.
1. Connect scan tool MB991958 to the data link connector.
2. Turn the ignition switch to the "ON" position.
3. Select "Check Mode" form the menu screen.
4. Select "ERASE MEMORY" form the menu screen.
5. Initialize the learning value.
6. After initialization of the learning value, learn the idling in
MFI engine. (Refer to LEARNING PROCEDURE FOR
IDLING IN MFI ENGINE).
MB991824
MB991827
AK300677AD
LEARNING PROCEDURE FOR IDLING IN MFI
ENGINE
M1001011800306
PURPOSE
When the ECM <M/T> or the PCM <A/T> is replaced, or when
the learning value is initialized, the idling is not stabilized
because the learning value in MFI engine is not completed. In
this case, carry out the learning method for the idling through
the following procedures.
LEARNING PROCEDURE
1. Start the engine and carry out the warm-up for the engine
coolant temperature to reach 80° C (176° F) or more.
NOTE: When the engine coolant temperature is 80° C
(176° F) or more, the warm-up is not needed if the ignition
switch is in "ON" position once.
2. Place the ignition switch in "LOCK" (OFF) position and stop
the engine.
3. After 10 seconds or more, start the engine again.
4. For 10 minutes, carry out the idling under the condition
shown below and then confirm the engine has the normal
idling.
• Transaxle: Neutral (P range on vehicles with A/T)
• Operation in ignition-related, fan and attachments: Not to be
operated
• Engine coolant temperature: 80° C (176° F) or more
NOTE: When the engine stalls during the idling, check the
dirtiness (on the throttle valve) of the throttle body and then
perform the service from Procedure 1 again.
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GENERAL
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
SERVICING ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
M1001011900132
WARNING
Battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds. WASH HANDS AFTER
HANDLING.
1. Note the following before proceeding with working on the
electrical system.
Never perform unauthorized modifications to any electrical
device or wiring. Such modifications might lead to a vehicle
malfunction, over-capacity or short-circuit that could result in
a fire in the vehicle.
ACX00880AB
CAUTION
• Before connecting or disconnecting the negative battery cable, be sure to turn the ignition switch to the
"LOCK" (OFF) position and turn off the lights (If this is
not done, there is the possibility of semiconductor
parts being damaged).
• After completion of the work (and the negative battery
terminals is connected), warm up the engine and allow
it to idle for approximately 10 minutes under the conditions described below in order to stabilize engine control conditions, and then check to be sure that the idle
is satisfactory.
• Engine coolant temperature: 85 −95° C (185 −203° F)
• Lights and all accessories: OFF
• Transaxle: "N" or "P" position
• Steering wheel: straight-forward position
2. When servicing the electrical system, disconnect the
negative cable terminal from the battery.
VEHICLE WASHING
M1001012000121
If high-pressure car-washing equipment or steam car-washing
equipment is used to wash the vehicle, be sure to maintain the
spray nozzle at a distance of at least approximately 40cm (16
inches) from any plastic parts and all opening parts (doors, luggage compartment, etc.).
APPROXIMATELY
40 cm (16 in)
ACX00881AB
APPLICATION OF ANTI-CORROSION AGENTS
AND UNDERCOATS
M1001011000117
Be careful not to apply oil or grease to the heated oxygen sensor. If applied, the sensor may malfunction. Protect the heated
oxygen sensor with a cover before applying anti-corrosion
agent, etc.
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GENERAL
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
SCAN TOOL (MULTI USE TESTER {MUT-III} SUB
ASSEMBLY)
M1001012200277
CAUTION
Turn the ignition switch to the "LOCK" (OFF) position
before disconnecting or connecting the scan tool.
NOTE: MUT-III trigger harness is not necessary when pushing
V.C.I. ENTER key.
VEHICLE COMMUNICATION
INTERFACE (V.C.I.)
MB991824
MUT-III MAIN HARNESS B
MUT-III MAIN HARNESS A
MUT-III USB CABLE
MB991827
MUT-III MAIN HARNESS C
MB991910
MUT-III MEASUREMENT ADAPTER
DO NOT USE
DO NOT USE
MB991914
MB991911
MB991825
MUT-III TRIGGER HARNESS
MB991826
AC2010881
AC21088AD
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GENERAL
TOWING AND HOISTING
TOWING AND HOISTING
M1001000800238
WRECKER TOWING RECOMMENDATION
.
FRONT TOWING PICKUP <FWD>
CAUTION
This vehicle cannot be towed by a wrecker using
sling-type equipment; otherwise the bumper may become
deformed. If this vehicle is towed, use wheel lift or flat bed
equipment.
The vehicle may be towed on its rear wheels for extended distances provided the parking brake is released. It is recommended that vehicles be towed using the front pickup
whenever possible.
SLING TYPE
WHEEL LIFT TYPE
.
FRONT TOWING PICKUP <AWD>
FLAT BED TYPE
AC000070 AE
CAUTION
• If only the front wheels or only the rear wheels are lifted
for towing, the bumper will be damaged.
In addition, lifting of the rear wheels causes the oil to
flow forward, and may result in heat damage to the rear
bushing of the transfer, and so should never be done.
• The vehicle must not be towed by placing only its front
wheels or only the rear wheels on a rolling dolly,
because to do so will result in deterioration of the viscous coupling and in the viscous coupling causing the
vehicle to jump forward suddenly.
If this vehicle is towed, use flat bed equipment
SLING TYPE
WHEEL LIFT TYPE
.
FLAT BED TYPE
AC000070 AD
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TOWING AND HOISTING
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REAR TOWING PICKUP <FWD>
CAUTION
• This vehicle cannot be towed by a wrecker using
sling-type equipment; otherwise the lower arm may
become deformed. If this vehicle is towed, use a wheel
lift or flat bed equipment.
• Do not use the steering column lock to secure the front
wheels for towing.
• Make sure the transaxle is in Neutral if vehicle will have
drive wheels on the ground.
• If these requirements cannot be met, the front wheels
must be placed on a tow dolly.
Automatic transmission vehicle may be towed on the front
wheels at speeds not to exceed 50 km/h (30 mph) for distances
not to exceed 30 km (18 miles).
SLING TYPE
WHEEL LIFT TYPE
.
FLAT BED TYPE
TOWING WHEN KEYS ARE NOT AVAILABLE
AC000071AD
When a locked vehicle must be towed and keys are not available, the vehicle may be lifted and towed from the front, provided the parking brake is released. If not released, the rear
wheels should be placed on a tow dolly.
.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The following precautions should be taken when towing the
vehicle:
1. DO NOT LIFT OR TOW THE VEHICLE BY ATTACHING
TO OR WRAPPING AROUND THE BUMPER.
2. Any loose, protruding, or damaged parts such as hoods,
doors, fenders, trim, etc. should be secured or removed
prior to moving the vehicle.
3. Refrain from going under a vehicle when it is lifted by the
towing equipment, unless the vehicle is adequately supported by safety stands.
4. Never allow passengers to ride in a towed vehicle.
5. State and local rules and regulations must be followed when
towing a vehicle.
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TOWING AND HOISTING
LIFTING, JACKING SUPPORT LOCATION
.
FLOOR JACK
CAUTION
• Never support any point other than the specified one,
or that point will be deformed.
• For lifting, put rubber or similar material between the
side sill and rigid rack, or the side sill area will be damaged.
<FWD> REAR SUSPENSION CROSSMEMBER
<AWD>
REAR DIFFERENTIAL
RIGID RACK
NOTCH
RUBBER
AC201638AB
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GENERAL
TOWING AND HOISTING
POST TYPE
Special care should be taken when raising the vehicle on a
frame contact type hoist. The hoist must be equipped with the
proper adapters in order to support the vehicle at the proper
locations.
CAUTION
When service procedures require removing rear suspension, fuel tank and spare tire, place additional weight on
the rear end of vehicle, or anchor vehicle to hoist to prevent tipping when the location of the center of gravity
changes.
NOTCH
NOTCH
AC201639 AB
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GENERAL
GENERAL DATA AND SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL DATA AND SPECIFICATIONS
M1001000900978
3
9
5
2
4
1
7
6
8
AC201253AB
AC201253
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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
<A/T>
ITEM
Vehicle
dimension
mm (in)
LS-FWD
MODEL
XLS-FWD LIMITED-F LS-AWD
MODEL
WD
MODEL
MODEL
XLS-AWD LIMITEDMODEL
AWD
MODEL
Overall length
1 4,550
(179.1)
4,550
(179.1)
4,550
(179.1)
4,550
(179.1)
4,550
(179.1)
4,550
(179.1)
Overall width
2 1,750
(68.9)
1,780
(70.1)
1,780
(70.1)
1,750
(68.9)
1,780
(70.1)
1,780
(70.1)
Overall height
(unladen)
3 1,635
(64.4)
<Vehicles
without
roof rail>
1,685
(66.3)
<Vehicles
with roof
rail>
1,685
(66.3)
1,685
(66.3)
1,635
(64.4)
<Vehicles
without
roof rail>
1,685
(66.3)
<Vehicles
with roof
rail>
1,685
(66.3)
1,685
(66.3)
Wheelbase
4 2,625
(103.3)
2,625
(103.3)
2,625
(103.3)
2,625
(103.3)
2,625
(103.3)
2,625
(103.3)
Tread-front
5 1,495
(58.9)
1,510
(59.4)
1,510
(59.4)
1,495
(58.9)
1,510
(59.4)
1,510
(59.4)
Tread-rear
6 1,505
(59.3)
1,520
(59.8)
1,520
(59.8)
1,505
(59.3)
1,520
(59.8)
1,520
(59.8)
Overhang-front 7 935 (36.8) 935 (36.8) 935 (36.8) 935 (36.8) 935 (36.8) 935 (36.8)
Overhang-rear 8 990 (39.0) 990 (39.0) 990 (39.0) 990 (39.0) 990 (39.0) 990 (39.0)
Ground
clearance
Vehicle
weight kg
(lb)
9 210 (8.3)
210 (8.3)
210 (8.3)
210 (8.3)
210 (8.3)
210 (8.3)
Curb weight
1,490
(3,284)
1,510
(3,329)
1,510
(3,329)
1,595
(3,515)
1,615
(3,559)
1,615
(3,559)
Gross vehicle
weight rating
1,910
(4,211)
1,910
(4,211)
1,910
(4,211)
2,010
(4,431)
2,010
(4,431)
2,010
(4,431)
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GENERAL DATA AND SPECIFICATIONS
ITEM
LS-FWD
MODEL
XLS-FWD LIMITED-F LS-AWD
MODEL
WD
MODEL
MODEL
XLS-AWD LIMITEDMODEL
AWD
MODEL
Gross axle weight 1,070
rating-front
(2,359)
1,070
(2,359)
1,070
(2,359)
1,070
(2,359)
1,070
(2,359)
1,070
(2,359)
Gross axle weight 1,075
rating-rear
(2,370)
1,075
(2,370)
1,075
(2,370)
1,075
(2,370)
1,075
(2,370)
1,075
(2,370)
F4A4B
F4A4B
W4A4B
W4A4B
W4A4B
Seating capacity
5
Engine
Model No.
4G69
Piston
displacement
2.4L
Model No.
F4A4B
Type
4-speed
automatic
Transaxle
Fuel system Fuel supply
system
<M/T>
ITEM
Vehicle
dimension
mm (in)
Vehicle
weight kg
(lb)
Electronic controlled multiport fuel injection
LS-FWD MODEL
LS-AWD MODEL
Overall length
1 4,550 (179.1)
4,550 (179.1)
Overall width
2 1,750 (68.9)
1,780 (70.1)
Overall height
(unladen)
3 1,635 (64.4)
<Vehicles without roof rail>
1,685 (66.3)
<Vehicles with roof rail>
1,685 (66.3)
Wheelbase
4 2,625 (103.3)
2,625 (103.3)
Tread-front
5 1,495 (58.9)
1,510 (59.4)
Tread-rear
6 1,505 (59.3)
1,520 (59.8)
Overhang-front 7 935 (36.8)
935 (36.8)
Overhang-rear 8 990 (39.0)
990 (39.0)
Ground
clearance
210 (8.3)
9 210 (8.3)
Curb weight
1,470 (3,284)
1,575 (3,471)
Gross vehicle
weight rating
1,910 (4,211)
2,010 (4,431)
Gross axle weight 1,070 (2,359)
rating-front
1,070 (2,359)
Gross axle weight 1,075 (2,370)
rating-rear
1,075 (2,370)
Seating capacity
5
Engine
4G69
Model No.
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TIGHTENING TORQUE
ITEM
Transaxle
LS-FWD MODEL
Piston
displacement
2.4L
Model No.
F5M42
Type
5-speed
manual
Fuel system Fuel supply
system
LS-AWD MODEL
W5M42
Electronic controlled multiport fuel injection
TIGHTENING TORQUE
Each torque value in the table is a standard value for
tightening under the following conditions.
1. Bolts, nuts and washers are all made of steel and
plated with zinc.
2. The threads and bearing surface of bolts and
nuts are all in dry condition.
The values in the table are not applicable:
M1001001100618
1. If toothed washers are inserted.
2. If plastic parts are fastened.
3. If bolts are tightened to plastic or die-cast
inserted nuts.
4. If self-tapping screws or self-locking nuts are
used.
STANDARD BOLT AND NUT TIGHTENING
TORQUE
THREAD SIZE
STANDARD TIGHTENING TORQUE
NOMINAL BOLT PITCH
DIAMETER (mm) (mm)
HEAD MARK "4"
HEAD MARK "7"
HEAD MARK "8"
M5
0.8
2.5 ± 0.5 N⋅ m (23 ± 4
in-lb)
5.0 ± 1.0 N⋅ m (44 ± 9
in-lb)
6.0 ± 1.0 N⋅ m (53 ± 9
in-lb)
M6
1.0
5.0 ± 1.0 N⋅ m (44 ± 9
in-lb)
8.5 ± 1.5 N⋅ m (76 ± 13
in-lb)
10 ± 2 N⋅ m (89 ± 17
in-lb)
M8
1.25
11 ± 2 N⋅ m (98 ± 17
in-lb)
20 ± 4 N⋅ m (15 ± 3 ft-lb) 24 ± 4 N⋅ m (18 ± 3 ft-lb)
M10
1.25
23 ± 4 N⋅ m (17 ± 3 ft-lb) 42 ± 8 N⋅ m (31 ± 6
ft-lb)
53 ± 7 N⋅ m (39 ± 5 ft-lb)
M12
1.25
42 ± 8 N⋅ m (31 ± 6 ft-lb) 80 ± 10 N⋅ m (59 ± 7
ft-lb)
93 ± 12 N⋅ m (68 ± 9
ft-lb)
M14
1.5
70 ± 10 N⋅ m (52 ± 7
ft-lb)
130 ± 20 N⋅ m (96 ± 15
ft-lb)
150 ± 20 N⋅ m (111 ± 14
ft-lb)
M16
1.5
105 ± 15 N⋅ m (78 ± 11
ft-lb)
195 ± 25 N⋅ m (144 ± 18 230 ± 30 N⋅ m (170 ± 22
ft-lb)
ft-lb)
M18
1.5
150 ± 20 N⋅ m (111 ± 14 290 ± 40 N⋅ m (214 ± 29 335 ± 45 N⋅ m (247 ± 33
ft-lb)
ft-lb)
ft-lb)
M20
1.5
210 ± 30 N⋅ m (155 ± 22 400 ± 60 N⋅ m (295 ± 44 465 ± 65 N⋅ m (343 ± 48
ft-lb)
ft-lb)
ft-lb)
M22
1.5
290 ± 40 N⋅ m (214 ± 29 540 ± 80 N⋅ m (398 ± 59 630 ± 90 N⋅ m (465 ± 66
ft-lb)
ft-lb)
ft-lb)
M24
1.5
375 ± 55 N⋅ m (277 ± 40 705 ± 105 N⋅ m (520 ±
ft-lb)
77 ft-lb)
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820 ± 120 N⋅ m (605 ±
88 ft-lb)
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LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
FLANGE BOLT AND NUT TIGHTENING TORQUE
THREAD SIZE
STANDARD TIGHTENING TORQUE
NOMINAL BOLT
DIAMETER (mm)
PITCH
(mm)
HEAD MARK "4"
HEAD MARK "7"
HEAD MARK "8"
M6
1.0
5.0 ± 1.0 N⋅ m (44 ± 9
in-lb)
10 ± 2 N⋅ m (89 ± 17
in-lb)
12 ± 2 N⋅ m (107 ± 17
in-lb)
M8
1.25
13 ± 2 N⋅ m (111 ± 22
in-lb)
24 ± 4 N⋅ m (18 ± 3 ft-lb) 28 ± 5 N⋅ m (20 ± 4 ft-lb)
M10
1.25
26 ± 5 N⋅ m (19 ± 4 ft-lb) 50 ± 5 N⋅ m (37 ± 4 ft-lb) 58 ± 7 N⋅ m (43 ± 5 ft-lb)
M10
1.5
25 ± 4 N⋅ m (18 ± 3 ft-lb) 46 ± 8 N⋅ m (34 ± 6 ft-lb) 55 ± 5 N⋅ m (41 ± 3 ft-lb)
M12
1.25
47 ± 9 N⋅ m (35 ± 6 ft-lb) 93 ± 12 N⋅ m (68 ± 9
ft-lb)
105 ± 15 N⋅ m (78 ± 11
ft-lb)
M12
1.75
43 ± 8 N⋅ m (32 ± 6 ft-lb) 83 ± 12 N⋅ m (61 ± 9
ft-lb)
98 ± 12 N⋅ m (72 ± 9
ft-lb)
LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
Maintenance and lubrication service recommendations have been compiled to provide maximum protection for the vehicle owner's investment against all
reasonable types of driving conditions. Since these
conditions vary with the individual vehicle owner's
driving habits, the area in which the vehicle is operated and the type of driving to which the vehicle is
subjected, it is necessary to prescribe lubrication and
maintenance service on a time frequency as well as
mileage interval basis.
Oils, lubricants and greases are classified and
graded according to standards recommended by the
Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), the American Petroleum Institute (API) and the National Lubricating Grease Institute (NLGI).
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES
Information for service maintenance is provided in
the "SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE TABLE." Three
schedules are provided; one for "Required Maintenance." one for "General Maintenance" and one for
"Severe Usage Service."
The item numbers in "SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE
TABLE" correspond to the section numbers in
"MAINTENANCE SERVICE."
SEVERE SERVICE
Vehicles operating under severe service conditions
will require more frequent service.
Component service information is included for vehicles operating under one or more of the following
conditions:
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1. Trailer towing or police, taxi or commercial type
operation.
2. Operation of Vehicle
(1) Short-trip operation at freezing temperature
(engine not thoroughly warmed up)
(2) More than 50% operation in heavy city traffic
during hot weather above 32° C (90° F)
(3) Extensive idling
(4) Driving in sandy areas
(5) Driving in salty areas
(6) Driving in dusty conditions
(7) Driving off-road
ENGINE OIL
CAUTION
Test results submitted to EPA have shown that
laboratory animals develop skin cancer after prolonged contact with used engine oil. Accordingly,
the potential exists for humans to develop a
number of skin disorders, including cancer, from
such exposure to used engine oil. Therefore,
when changing engine oil, be careful not to touch
it as much as possible. Protective clothing and
gloves, that cannot be penetrated by oil, should
be worn. The skin should be thoroughly washed
with soap and water, or use waterless hand
cleaner, to remove any used engine oil. Do not
use gasoline, thinners, or solvents.
Either of the following engine oils should be used:
Engine oils displaying ILSAC certification symbol or
conforming to the API classification SL, SL/CF.
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LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
For further details, refer to "LUBRICANTS SELECTION."
LUBRICANTS AND GREASES
Semi-solid lubricants bear the NLGI designation and
are further classified as grades 0, 1, 2, 3, etc.
Whenever "Chassis Lubricant" is specified, Multipurpose Grease, NLGI grade Number 2, should be
used.
FUEL USAGE STATEMENT
CAUTION
Using leaded gasoline in this car will damage the
catalytic converters and heated oxygen sensors,
and affect the warranty coverage validity.
This vehicle must use unleaded gasoline only.
This vehicle has a fuel filler tube which is especially
designed to accept only the smaller-diameter
unleaded gasoline dispensing nozzle.
The 2.4L model is designed to operate on unleaded
gasoline having a minimum octane rating of 87
[(MON + RON)/2], or 91 RON.
NOTE: .
• MON: Motor Octane Number
• RON: Research Octane Number
.
GASOLINE CONTAINING ALCOHOL
Some gasoline sold at service stations contain alcohol although they may not be so identified.
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Using fuels containing alcohol is not recommended
unless the nature of the blend can be determined as
being satisfactory.
Gasohol: A mixture of 10% ethanol (grain alcohol)
and 90% unleaded gasoline may be used in your
vehicle. If driveability problems are experienced as a
result of using gasohol, it is recommended that the
vehicle be operated on gasoline.
Methanol: Do not use gasoline containing methanol (wood alcohol). Using this type of alcohol can
result in vehicle performance deterioration and damage critical parts in the fuel system components. Fuel
system damage and performance problems resulting
from the use of gasoline containing methanol may
not be covered by the new vehicle warranty.
.
GASOLINE CONTAINING METHYL
TERTIARY BUTYL ETHER (MTBE)
Unleaded gasoline containing 15% or less MTBE
may be used in your vehicle. (Fuel containing MTBE
over 15% in volume may cause reduced engine performance and produce vapor lock or hard starting.
MATERIALS ADDED TO FUEL
Indiscriminate use of fuel system cleaning agents
should be avoided. Many of these materials intended
for gum and varnish removal may contain highly
active solvents or similar ingredients that can be
harmful to gasket and diaphragm materials used in
fuel system component parts.
GENERAL
RECOMMENDED LUBRICANTS AND LUBRICANT CAPACITIES TABLE
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RECOMMENDED LUBRICANTS AND LUBRICANT
CAPACITIES TABLE
M1001001300560
RECOMMENDED LUBRICANTS
LUBRICANT
SPECIFICATIONS
REMARKS
Engine oil
Engine oils displaying ILSAC
For further details, refer to
certification symbol or conforming "LUBRICANTS SELECTION"
to the API classification SL, SL/CF section.
Transmission oil <M/T>
DiaQueen NEW MULTI GEAR OIL API classification GL-3 SAE
75W-80 or Gear oil API
classification GL-4 SAE 75W-85W
or 75W-90
Transmission fluid <A/T>
DIAMOND ATF SP III
-
Transfer oil
Hypoid gear oil API classification
GL-5 or higher
-
Rear differential gear oil
Hypoid gear oil API classification
GL-5 or higher
• Above −23° C(−10° F): SAE90,
85W-90, 80W-90
• From −34° C to −23° C(−30° F to
−10° F): SAE80W, 80W-90
• Below −34° C(−30° F): SAE75W
-
Power steering fluid
Genuine Mitsubishi Power
Steering Fluid
-
Brakes fluid
Conforming to Brake fluid DOT 3
or DOT 4
-
Engine coolant
Long Life Antifreeze Coolant or an equivalent
Door hinges, back door hinges
Engine oil
-
LUBRICANT CAPACITY TABLE
DESCRIPTION
SPECIFICATION
Engine oil dm3 (qt)
Oil pan (excluding oil filter)
4.0 (4.2)
Oil filter
0.3 (0.32)
7.0 (7.4)
Engine coolant dm3 (qt)
Transmission oil dm3 (qt) <M/T>
3
Transmission fluid dm (qt) <A/T>
F5M42
2.2 (2.32)
W5M42
2.3 (2.43)
F4A4B
7.7 (8.1)
W4A4B
8.1 (8.6)
Transfer oil dm3 (qt)
0.53 (0.56)
Rear differential gear oil dm3 (qt)
0.55 (0.58)
Power steering fluid dm3 (qt)
1.0 (1.06)
Fuel tank dm3 (gal)
59.5 (15.7)
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RECOMMENDED LUBRICANTS AND LUBRICANT CAPACITIES TABLE
LUBRICANT SELECTION
.
ENGINE OIL
CAUTION
Never use nondetergent or straight mineral oil.
Oil Identification Symbol
Use only engine oils displaying the ILSAC certification mark
("Starburst" symbol) on the container.
ILSAC CERTIFICATION MARK
("STARBURST" SYMBOL)
ACX00394AI
If these oils are not available, an API classification SL or SL/CF
can be used.
API SERVICE SYMBOL
API
SAE
5W-30
F
L/C
RVICE S
SE
AC308969 AB
.
OIL VISCOSITY
-20
-30
0
20
-20
-10
-18
40
0
60
10
80
20
30
100
40
38
120
F
50
C
SAE 10W-30
SAE 5W-20, 5W-30
The SAE grade number indicates the viscosity of the oil. A
proper SAE grade number should be selected according to
ambient temperature.
NOTE: SAE 5W-20, SAE 5W-30 and SAE 10W-30 engine oil
can be used in outdoor temperatures ranging from −18 to 38° C
(0 to 100° F). However, for optimum fuel economy and cold
starting, select the low SAE viscosity grade oil for the expected
temperature range. SAE 5W-20 or SAE 5W-30 engine oil is
recommended.
AC308971AB
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SELECTION OF COOLANT
.
COOLANT
Relationship between Coolant Concentration and Specific Gravity
CAUTION
• If the concentration of the coolant is below 30%, the anti-corrosion property will be adversely
affected. In addition, if the concentration is above 60%, both the anti-freeze and engine cooling
properties will decrease, affecting the engine adversely. For these reasons, be sure to maintain
the concentration level within the specified range.
• Do not use a mixture of different brands of anti-freeze.
COOLANT TEMPERATURE ° C (° F)
AND SPECIFIC GRAVITY
FREEZING
TEMPERATURE
SAFE OPERATING COOLANT
TEMPERATURE
CONCENTRATION
(SPECIFIC
VOLUME)
10 (50) 20 (68) 30 (86) 40
(104)
50
(122)
° C (° F)
° C (° F)
%
1.054
1.050
1.046
1.042
1.036
−16 (3.2)
−11 (12.2)
30
1.063
1.058
1.054
1.049
1.044
−20 (−4)
−15 (5)
35
1.071
1.067
1.062
1.057
1.052
−25 (−13)
−20 (−4)
40
1.079
1.074
1.069
1.064
1.058
−30 (−22)
−25 (−13)
45
1.087
1.082
1.076
1.070
1.064
−36 (−32.8)
−31 (−23.8)
50
1.095
1.090
1.084
1.077
1.070
−42 (−44)
−37 (−35)
55
1.103
1.098
1.092
1.084
1.076
−50 (−58)
−45 (−49)
60
Example
The safe operating temperature is −15° C (5° F) when the specific gravity is 1.058 at the coolant temperature
of 20° C (68° F)
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SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE TABLE
SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE TABLE
M1001001400631
.
SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE SERVICE FOR EMISSION CONTROL AND PROPER
VEHICLE PERFORMANCE
Inspection and service should be performed any time if a malfunction is observed or suspected.
NO.
EMISSION
SERVICE
KILOMETERS 24
CONTROL SYSTEM INTERVALS IN
MAINTENANCE
THOUSANDS
48
72
96
120
144
168
192
MILEAGE IN 15
THOUSANDS
30
45
60
75
90
105
120
MONTHS
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
12
1
Fuel system (tank,
Check for leaks
pipe line and
connection, and fuel
tank filler tube cap)
X
2
Fuel hoses
Check condition
X*1
X
X
X
3
Air cleaner filter
Replace
X
X
X
X
4
Evaporative
emission control
system (except
evaporative
emission canister)
Check for leaks and clogging
5
Spark plugs
Standard
type
Replace
X
X
X
Platinum-tip
ped type
X
X
X
X
Iridium-tippe
d type
X
X
Every 84 months or every 168,000 km (105,000
miles)
6
Intake and exhaust Inspect and adjust
valve clearance
If valve noise increases,
(4G6-MIVEC engine adjust valve clearance
only)
X
X
X
X
7
Timing belt
Replace
8
Drive belts (for the
generator, water
pump and power
steering pump)
Check condition
X
X
X
X
9
Exhaust system
(connection portion
of muffler, muffler
pipes and converter
heat shields)
Check and service
X*1
X
X
X
Every 96,000 km (60,000 miles) *2
NOTE: Replace the timing belt at every 168,000
km (105,000 miles) when it has not been
replaced at the first 96,000 km (60,000 miles).
.
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SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE TABLE
GENERAL MAINTENANCE SERVICE FOR PROPER VEHICLE PERFORMANCE
NO.
GENERAL
MAINTENANCE
SERVICE
KILOMETERS
INTERVALS IN
THOUSANDS
24
48
72
96
120 144 168 192
MILEAGE IN
THOUSANDS
15
30
45
60
75
90
105 120
MONTHS
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
10
Engine oil
Change
Every 6 months or every 12,000 km (7,500
miles)
11
Engine oil filter
Replace
Every 6 months or every 12,000 km (7,500
miles)
12
Transmission oil
Check fluid level and condition
X
X
X
X
13
Transmission fluid
Check fluid level and condition
X
X
X
X
14
Transfer oil
Check oil level and condition
X
X
X
X
Change
X
X
Change
X at
first
X
X
X
X
X
15
Engine coolant
16
Coolant hoses
Inspect
(radiator hose, heater
hose)
17
Disc brake pads,
rotors
Inspect for wear
Every 12 months or every 24,000 km (15,000
miles)
18
Brake hoses
Check for deterioration or
leaks
Every 12 months or every 24,000 km (15,000
miles)
19
Ball joint and steering Inspect for grease leaks and
linkage seals
damage
20
Drive shaft boots
Inspect for grease leaks and
damage
21
Suspension system
Inspect for looseness and
damage
X
X
X
X
22
Rear axle oil
Check oil level
X
X
X
X
23
Tires
Rotate
Every 12,000 km (7,500 miles)
24
Air filter
Replace
Every 18 months or every 24,000 km (15,000
miles)
X
X
X
X
Every 12 months or every 24,000 km (15,000
miles)
NOTE: .
•
*1:
•
*2:
This maintenance is recommended but is not required to maintain the emissions warranty.
For California, Massachusetts, Vermot and Maine, this maintenance is recommended but is not
required to maintain the emissions warranty.
.
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GENERAL
SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE TABLE
SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE UNDER SEVERE USAGE CONDITIONS
Maintenance should be carried out according to the following table:
NO. MAINTENANC SERVICE
KILOMETERS
E ITEM
INTERVALS IN
THOUSANDS
24
48
72
96
120
144
168
192
MILEAGE IN
THOUSANDS
15
30
45
60
75
90
105
120
MONTHS
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
3
Air cleaner filter Replace
5
Spark plugs
Standard
type
Replace
Platinum-tip
ped type
X
X
Iridium-tippe
d type
Every 168,000 km (105,000 miles)
7
Timing belt
Change
Every 48 months or every 960,000 km (6,000 miles)
10
Engine oil
Change
Every 3 months or every 6,000 km (3,750 miles)
11
Engine oil filter
Replace
Every 3 months or every 6,000 km (3,750 miles)
12
Transmission
oil
Change oil
13
Transmission
fluid
17
X
X
X
X
Change fluid
X
X
chec
k
X
X
chec
k
X
X
check
X
X
chec
k
Disc brake
pads, rotors
Inspect for wear
Every 6 months or every 12,000 km (7,500 miles)
23
Tires
Rotate
Every 12,000 km (7,500 miles)
24
Air filter
Inspect for clogging
Every 3 months or every 6,000 km (3,570 miles)
Replace
Severe usage conditions:
1. Driving on dusty, rough, muddy or salt-spread roads
2. Towing or police, taxi or commercial operation
3. Extensive idling and/or low speed operation
4. Repeated short-trip operation at freezing temperatures (engine not thoroughly warmed up)
5. Extended use of brakes while driving
6. Driving in sandy areas
7. More than 50% operation in heavy city traffic during hot weather above 90° F (32° C)
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MAINTENANCE SERVICE
1. FUEL SYSTEM (TANK, PIPE LINE AND
CONNECTION, AND FUEL TANK FILLER TUBE
CAP) (CHECK FOR LEAKS)
M1001001600141
Check for damage or leakage in the fuel lines and connections.
2. FUEL HOSES (CHECK CONDITION)
M1001001700148
1. Inspect the surface of fuel hoses for heat and mechanical
damage. Hard and brittle rubber, cracking, tears, cuts,
abrasions and excessive swelling indicate deterioration of
the rubber.
2. If the fabric casing of the rubber hose is exposed by cracks
and abrasions in the fuel system, the hoses should be
replaced.
3. AIR CLEANER ELEMENT (REPLACE)
M1001001800231
The air cleaner element will become dirty during use, reducing
its effectiveness. Replace it with a new one.
REPLACEMENT OF AIR CLEANER ELEMENT
1. Unclamp the air cleaner housing.
2. Remove the air cleaner element and install a new one.
3. When clamping the air cleaner housing in place, be sure that
the cover is completed closed.
AC201018AB
4. EVAPORATIVE EMISSION SYSTEM (EXCEPT
EVAPORATIVE EMISSION CANISTER) (CHECK
FOR CLOGGING)
M1001001900142
If the fuel-vapor vent line is clogged or damaged, fuel vapor will
escape into the atmosphere causing excessive emissions. Disconnect the line at both ends, and blow it clean with compressed air. Remove the fuel tank filler tube cap from the filler
tube and check to see if there is evidence that the seal makes
improper contact to the filler tube.
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MAINTENANCE SERVICE
5. SPARK PLUGS (REPLACE)
IRIDIUM TIP
AKX00383 AK
M1001002000391
CAUTION
Iridium plugs are used. Use care not to damage the iridium
tips of the plugs. Do not adjust the spark plug gap.
1. Spark plugs must spark properly to assure proper engine
performance and reduce exhaust emission level.
Therefore, they should be replaced periodically with new
ones.
Spark plug type
MAKER
IDENTIFCATION No.
NGK
LZFR6AI
2. The new plugs should be checked for the proper gap.
Spark plug gap: 0.7 −0.8 mm (0.028 −0.031 inch)
3. Install the spark plugs and tighten to 25 ± 4 N⋅ m (18 ± 3
ft-lb).
6. INTAKE AND EXHAUST VALVE CLEARANCE
(INSPECT AND ADJUST)
M1001012900050
INTAKE VALVE SIDE
No.1
No.2
No.3
No.4
EXHAUST VALVE SIDE
AK300733AB
1. Before inspection, check that the engine oil, starter and
battery are normal. Also, set the vehicle in the following
condition:
• Engine coolant temperature: 80 −95° C (176 −203° F)
• Lights, and all accessories: OFF
• Transaxle: P range
2. Remove all of the ignition coils.
3. Remove the rocker cover.
4. Turn the crankshaft clockwise until the notch on the pulley is
lined up with "T" mark on the timing indicator.
5. Move the rocker arms on the No.1 and No.4 cylinders up
and down by hand to determine which cylinder has its piston
at the top dead center on the compression stroke.
If both intake and exhaust valve rocker arms have a valve
lash, the piston in the cylinder corresponding to these rocker
arms is at the top dead center on the compression stroke.
6. Valve clearance inspection and adjustment can be
performed on rocker arms indicated by white arrow mark
when the No.1 cylinder piston is at the top dead center on
the compression stroke, and on rocker arms indicated by
black arrow mark when the No.4 cylinder piston is at the top
dead center on the compression stroke.
7. Measure the valve clearance.
If the valve clearance is not as specified, loosen the rocker
arm lock nut and adjust the clearance using a thickness
gauge while turning the adjusting screw.
Standard value (hot engine):
Intake valve: 0.20 mm (0.008 inch)
Exhaust valve: 0.30 mm (0.012 inch)
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8. While holding the adjusting screw with a screwdriver to
prevent it from turning, tighten the lock nut to the specified
torque.
Tightening torque: 9.0 ± 1.0 N⋅ m (80 ± 9 in-lb)
9. Turn the crankshaft through 360° to line up the notch on the
crankshaft pulley with the "T" mark on the timing indicator.
10.Repeat steps (7) and (8) on other valves for clearance
adjustment.
11.Install the rocker cover.
12.Install the ignition coils.
7. TIMING BELT (REPLACE)
M1001002300240
Replace the belt with a new one according to the maintenance
schedule P.00-38 to assure proper engine performance.
For removal and installation procedures, refer to GROUP 11A,
Engine Mechanical −Timing Belt −Removal and Installation
P.11A-53.
8. DRIVE BELT (FOR GENERATOR, WATER PUMP,
POWER STEERING OIL PUMP) (CHECK
CONDITION)
M1001002500396
CAUTION
Check the drive belt tension after turning the crankshaft
clockwise one turn or more.
1. Make sure that the indicator mark is within the area marked
with A in the illustration.
2. If the mark is out of the area, replace the drive belt. (Refer to
GROUP 11A −Timing Belt Removal Installation P.11A-53).
NOTE: The drive belt tension check is not necessary as
auto-tensioner is adopted.
INDICATOR MARK
A
AC301702AB
9. EXHAUST SYSTEM (CONNECTIONS PORTION
OF MUFFLER, MUFFLER PIPES AND
CONVERTER HEAT SHIELDS) (CHECK AND
SERVICE AS REQUIRED)
M1001005800307
1. Check for holes and exhaust gas leaks due to damage,
corrosion, etc.
2. Check the joints and connections for looseness and exhaust
gas leaks.
3. Check the rubber hangers and brackets for damage.
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MAINTENANCE SERVICE
10. ENGINE OIL (CHANGE)
M1001002600371
1. Start the engine and allow it to warm up until the
temperature of the coolant reaches 80° C (176° F) to 90° C
(194° F).
WARNING
Use care as oil could be hot.
2. Remove the engine oil filler cap.
3. Remove the drain plug to drain oil.
4. Install a new drain plug gasket so that it faces in the
direction shown in the illustration, and then tighten the drain
plug to the specified torque.
Tightening torque: 39 ± 5 N⋅ m (29 ± 3 ft-lb)
<FWD>
DRAIN PLUG
GASKET
OIL PAN SIDE
<AWD>
OIL PAN SIDE
DRAIN PLUG
GASKET
AC103361 AD
-20
-30
0
20
-20
-10
-18
40
0
60
10
80
20
30
100
40
38
120
F
50
C
SAE 10W-30
SAE 5W-20, 5W-30
AC308971AB
5. Refill the specified quantity of oil.
Specified Engine Oil: Engine oils displaying ILSAC
certification symbol or conforming to the API classification SL, SL/CF
Total quantity: 4.3 dm3 (4.5 quarts)
NOTE: SAE 5W-20, SAE 5W-30 and SAE 10W-30 engine
oil can be used in outdoor temperatures ranging from −18 to
38° C (0 to 100° F). However, for optimum fuel economy and
cold starting, select the low SAE viscosity grade oil for the
expected temperature range. SAE 5W-20 or SAE 5W-30
engine oil is recommended.
6. Install the engine oil filler cap.
7. Start the engine and run it at idle for a few minutes.
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8. Stop the engine and check to ensure that the engine oil level
is within the level range indicated on the dip stick.
GOOD
MAXIMUM
MINIMUM
AC205268 AB
11. ENGINE OIL FILTER (REPLACE)
M1001002700356
The quality of replacement filters varies considerably. Only high
quality filters should be used to assure most efficient service.
Genuine oil filters require that the filter is capable of withstanding a pressure of 1,765 kPa (256 psi) are high quality filters and
are recommended as follows:
Mitsubishi Oil Filter Part Number: MD136466,
MD322508, MD356000 or equivalent
Engine Oil Filter Selection
This vehicle is equipped with a full-flow, throw-away oil filter.
The same type of filter is recommended as a replacement filter
for this vehicle. It is possible, particularly in cold weather, that
this vehicle may develop high oil pressure for a short duration.
Make sure that any replacement filter used on this vehicle is a
high-quality filter. The filter must withstand a pressure of 1,765
kPa (256 psi) [manufacturer's specifications] to avoid filter and
ultimately engine damage. The following is a high-quality filter
and is strongly recommended for use on this vehicle: Mitsubishi
Engine Oil Filter Part number MD136466, MD322508 and
MD356000.
Any replacement oil filter should be installed in accordance with
the oil filter manufacturer's installation instructions.
Oil Filter Replacement
1. Start the engine and allow it to warm up until the
temperature of the coolant reaches 80° C (176° F) to 90° C
(194° F).
WARNING
Use care as oil could be hot.
2. Remove the engine oil filler cap.
3. Remove the drain plug to drain oil.
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MB991610 OR
GENERAL
SERVICE
TOOL
4. Use an oil filter wrench to remove the engine oil filter.
5. Clean the filter bracket side mounting surface and ensure
the old O-ring has been removed.
AC000093 AG
6. Apply a small amount of engine oil to the O-ring of the new
oil filter.
O-RING
ACX00396 AB
7. Screw on the oil filter by hand until it touches the surface of
the flange and then tighten it with an oil filter wrench.
NUMBER
SPECIAL TOOL
TIGHTENING TORQUE
MD356000
MB991610 or equivalent
Approximately 3/4 turn [14 ± 2 N⋅ m (124 ± 18 in-lb)]
MD136466
MD322508
General service tool
Approximately 3/4 turn [17 ± 3 N⋅ m (34 ± 2 ft-lb)]
8. Install the drain plug and refill engine oil (Refer to Engine Oil
Replacement P.00-44).
9. Rev the engine a few times, and check to be sure that no
engine oil leaks from the installation section of the oil filter.
12. MANUAL TRANSAXLE OIL
M1001002800278
CHECKING TRANSAXLE OIL LEVEL
FILLER PLUG
HOLE
TRANSMISSION
OIL
1. Remove the filler plug.
2. Check that the oil level is up to the lower edge of the filler
plug hole.
3. Check that the oil is not noticeably dirty.
4. Tighten the filler plug to the specified torque.
Tightening torque: 32 ± 2 N⋅ m (24 ± 1 ft-lb)
FILLER PLUG
AC102278AD
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TRANSAXLE OIL REPLACEMENT
1. Remove the filler plug.
2. Remove the drain plug and drain the oil.
3. Tighten the drain plug to the specified torque.
Tightening torque: 32 ± 2 N⋅ m (24 ± 1 ft-lb)
FILLER PLUG
4. Fill with DiaQueen NEW MULTI GEAR OIL API classification
GL-3 SAE 75W-80 or gear oil API classification GL-4 SAE
75W −85W or 75W −90 until the level comes to the lower
portion of filler plug hole.
DRAIN PLUG
Quantity: 2.2 dm3 (2.32 quarts) <FWD>
AC101078AB
Quantity: 2.3 dm3 (2.43 quarts) <AWD>
5. Tighten the filler plug to the specified torque.
Tightening torque: 32 ± 2 N⋅ m (24 ± 1 ft-lb)
13. TRANSMISSION FLUID
M1001002900446
CHECKING TRANSMISSION FLUID LEVEL
FLUID LEVEL [mm (in)]
10 (0.4)
HOT
0 (0)
– 10 (– 0.4)
– 20 (– 0.8)
– 30 (– 1.2)
20
(68)
DIPSTICK
40
(104)
60
(140)
80
(176)
FLUID TEMPERATURE [˚C (˚F)]
AC304814AB
AC005861AB
1. Drive the vehicle until the transmission fluid temperature
rises to the normal operating temperature [70 −80° C (158 −
176° F)].
NOTE: The transmission fluid temperature is measured with
scan tool MB991958 (MUT-III sub assembly).
NOTE: If it takes some amount of time until the transmission
fluid reaches its normal operating temperature [70 −80° C
(158 −176° F)], check the transmission fluid level by referring
to the left diagram.
2. Park the vehicle on a level surface.
3. Move the selector lever through all positions to fill the torque
converter and the hydraulic circuits with fluid, and then move
the selector lever to the "N" position.
4. After wiping off any dirt around the dipstick, remove the
dipstick and check the condition of the transmission fluid.
NOTE: If the transmission fluid smells as if it is burnt, it
means that the transmission fluid has been contaminated by
fine particles from the bushings and friction materials. Transaxle overhaul and cooler line flushing may be necessary.
5. Check transmission fluid level is at the "HOT" mark on the
dipstick. If the transmission fluid level is less than this, add
DIAMOND ATF SP III transmission fluid until the level
reaches the "HOT" mark.
NOTE: If the transmission fluid level is too low, the oil pump
will draw in air along with the transmission fluid, which will
cause to form bubbles. If the transmission fluid level is too
high, rotating components inside the transaxle will churn the
fluid and air into a foamy liquid. Both conditions (level too
low or too high) will cause the hydraulic pressure to drop,
which will result in late shifting and slipping of the clutches
and brakes.
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NOTE: In either case, air bubbles can interfere with normal
valve, clutch, and brake operation. Also, foaming can cause
transmission fluid to escape from the transaxle vent where it
may be mistaken for a leak.
6. Securely insert the dipstick.
NOTE: The transmission fluid should always be replaced
under the following conditions:
.
• When troubleshooting the transaxle.
• When overhauling the transaxle.
• When the transmission fluid is noticeably dirty or burnt
(driving under severe conditions).
CHANGE TRANSMISSION FLUID
If you have an transmission fluid changer, use this changer to
replace the transmission fluid. If you do not have an transmission fluid changer, replace the transmission fluid by the following procedure.
1. Disconnect the hose shown in the illustration which
connects the transaxle and the oil cooler (inside the
radiator). Place a container under the hose to collect the
discharge.
AC103690AC
CAUTION
The engine should be stopped within one minute after it is
started. If all the transmission fluid has drained out before
then, the engine should be stopped at that point.
2. Start the engine and let the transmission fluid drain out.
(Running conditions: "N" range with engine idling)
Approximately 3.5 dm3 (3.7 quarts) of transmission
fluid should be removed.
3. Remove the drain plug from the bottom of the transaxle case
to drain the transmission fluid.
Approximately 2.0 dm3 (2.1 quarts) of transmission
fluid should be removed.
4. Install the drain plug with a new gasket, and tighten it to the
specified torque.
Tightening torque: 32 ± 2 N⋅ m (24 ± 1 ft-lb)
AC103691AC
CAUTION
Stop pouring if the full volume of transmission fluid cannot
be added.
5. Add new transmission fluid (DIAMOND ATF SP III) through
the oil filter tube.
Approximately 5.5 dm3 (5.8 quarts) of transmission
fluid should be added.
6. Repeat the procedure in Step 2. (to pump out the rest of the
contaminated transmission fluid)
7. Add new transmission fluid (DIAMOND ATF SP III) through
the oil filter tube.
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Approximately 3.5 dm3 (3.7 quarts) of transmission
fluid should be added.
NOTE: Check for contamination or a burnt odor. If the transmission fluid is still contaminated or burnt, repeat Steps 6
and 7 before proceeding to Step 8.
8. Reconnect the hose which was disconnected in step 1
above, and firmly replace the dipstick.
9. Start the engine and run it at idle for one to two minutes.
10.Move the selector lever through all positions, and then move
it to the "N" position.
AC103690AC
AC005861AB
FLUID LEVEL [mm (in)]
10 (0.4)
HOT
0 (0)
– 10 (– 0.4)
– 20 (– 0.8)
– 30 (– 1.2)
20
(68)
DIPSTICK
40
(104)
60
(140)
80
(176)
FLUID TEMPERATURE [˚C (˚F)]
AC304814AB
11.Check that the transmission fluid level is at the "COLD"
mark on the dipstick. If the level is less than this, add
transmission fluid.
12.Drive the vehicle until the transmission fluid temperature
rises to the normal operating temperature [70 −80° C (158 −
176° F)], and then check the transmission fluid level again.
The transmission fluid level must be at the "HOT" mark.
NOTE: The transmission fluid temperature is measured with
scan tool MB991958 (MUT-III sub assembly).
NOTE: The "COLD" level is for reference only; the "HOT"
level should be regarded as the standard level.
NOTE: If it takes some amount of time until the transmission
fluid reaches its normal operating temperature [70 −80° C
(158 −176° F)], check the transmission fluid level by referring
to the left diagram.
13.When the transmission fluid is less than the specified level,
add transmission fluid.
When the transmission fluid is greater than the specified
level, drain the excess fluid through the drain plug to adjust
the transmission fluid to the specified level.
14.Firmly insert the dipstick into the oil filler tube.
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14. TRANSFER OIL
M1001003000178
Checking transfer oil level
FILLER PLUG
HOLE
TRANSFER
OIL
1. Remove the filler plug.
2. Check that the oil level is up to the lower edge of the filler
plug hole.
3. Check that the oil is not noticeably dirty.
4. Tighten the filler plug to the specified torque.
Tightening torque: 32 ± 2 N⋅ m (24 ± 1 ft-lb)
FILLER PLUG
AC102278AK
Change transfer oil
FILLER PLUG
CROSSMEMBER
DRAIN PLUG
AC101739AC
1. Remove the drain plug and discharge the oil.
2. Tighten the drain plug to the specified torque.
Tightening torque: 32 ± 2 N⋅ m (24 ± 1 ft-lb)
CAUTION
Cover the heat protector of the front exhaust pipe with
cardboard or something similar when refilling transfer oil
so that transfer oil dose not enter the area between the
front exhaust pipe and heat protector.
3. Fill oil to the bottom of the filler plug hole.
Specified oil: Hypoid gear oil API classification GL−5
SAE90
Quantity: 0.53 dm3 (0.56 quart)
4. Tighten the filler plug to the specified torque.
Tightening torque: 32 ± 2 N⋅ m (24 ± 1 ft-lb)
15. ENGINE COOLANT (CHANGE)
M1001003100465
Check the cooling system parts such as the radiator, heater
and oil cooler hoses, thermostat and their connections for leakage and damage.
Chang Coolant
WARNING
When removing the radiator cap, use care to avoid
contact with hot coolant or steam. Place a shop towel
over the cap and turn the cap counterclockwise a little to let the pressure escape through the vinyl tube.
After relieving the steam pressure, remove the cap by
slowly turning it counterclockwise.
1. Drain the water from the radiator, heater core and engine
after unplugging the radiator drain plug and removing the
radiator cap.
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2. Drain the water in the water jacket by unplugging the drain
plug of the cylinder block.
3. Remove the reserve tank and drain the coolant.
4. Drain the cooling water then clean the path of the cooling
water by injecting water into the radiator from the radiator
cap area.
CYLINDER BLOCK
DRAIN PLUG
INTAKE MANIFOLD
AC304173AB
CYLINDER BLOCK
DRAIN PLUG
5. Apply the designated sealant to the screw area of the
cylinder block drain plug, and then tighten to the standard
torque.
Specified sealant: 3M™ AAD Part No.8731 or equivalent
Tightening torque: 44 ± 5 N⋅ m (33 ± 3 ft-lb)
6. Securely tighten the drain plug of the radiator.
7. Assemble the reservoir tank.
AC304677AB
MB991871
AIR HOSE
AC200579AB
CAUTION
Do not use alcohol or methanol anti-freeze or any engine
coolants mixed with alcohol or methanol anti-freeze. The
use of an improper anti-freeze can cause corrosion of the
aluminum components.
8. By referring to the section on coolant, select an appropriate
concentration for safe operating temperature within the
range of 30 to 60 %. Use special tool MB991871 to refill the
coolant. A convenient mixture is a 50 % water and 50 %
antifreeze solution [freezing point: −31° C (−32.8 ° F)].
Recommended antifreeze: Long Life Antifreeze
Coolant or an equivalent
Quantity: 7.0 dm3 (7.4 quarts)
NOTE: For how to use special tool MB991871, refer to its
manufacturer’s instructions.
9. Reinstall the radiator cap.
10.Start the engine and let it warm up until the thermostat
opens.
11.After repeatedly revving the engine up to 3,000 r/min several
times, then stop the engine.
12.Remove the radiator cap after the engine has become cold,
and pour in coolant up to the brim. Reinstall the cap.
CAUTION
Do not overfill the reserve tank.
13.Add coolant to the reserve tank between the "FULL" and
"LOW" mark if necessary.
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16. COOLANT HOSES (RADIATOR HOSE,
HEATER HOSE) (INSPECT)
M1001009700108
Inspect the surface of radiator hoses and heater hoses for heat
and mechanical damage. Hard and brittle rubber, cracking,
tears, cuts, abrasions and excessive swelling indicate deterioration of the rubber.
17. DISC BRAKE PADS (INSPECT FOR WEAR)
M1001003200365
Check for fluid contamination and wear. Replace the complete
set of pads if any one pad is defective.
Thickness of lining
Minimum limit: 2.0 mm (0.08 inch)
CAUTION
The pads for the right and left wheels should be replaced
at the same time. Never split or intermix brake pad sets. All
four pads must be replaced as a complete set.
ACX00898AB
18. BRAKE HOSES (CHECK FOR
DETERIORATION OR LEAKS)
M1001003400411
Inspection of brake hoses should be included in all brake service operations.
The hoses should be checked for:
1. Incorrect length, severe surface cracking, pulling, scuffing or
worn spots. (If the fabric casing of the hoses is exposed by
cracks or abrasion in the rubber hose cover, the hoses
should be replaced. Eventual deterioration of the hose and
possible bursting failure may occur).
2. Incorrect installation, twisting or interference with wheel, tire
or chassis.
BRAKE HOSE
AC201038AB
19. BALL JOINT AND STEERING LINKAGE
SEALS (INSPECT FOR GREASE LEAKS AND
DAMAGE)
M1001003500429
BOOT
DUST
COVER
1. These components, which are permanently lubricated at the
factory, do not require periodic lubrication. Damaged seals
and boots should be replaced to prevent leakage or grease
contamination.
2. Inspect the dust cover and boots for proper sealing, leakage
and damage, and replace them if defective.
AC100948 AB
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20. DRIVE SHAFT BOOTS (INSPECT FOR
GREASE LEAKS AND DAMAGE)
M1001003600415
1. These components, which are permanently lubricated at the
factory, do not require periodic lubrication. Damaged seals
and boots should be replaced to prevent leakage or grease
contamination.
2. Inspect the dust cover and boots for proper sealing, leakage
and damage. Replace them if defective.
BOOTS
AC000109 AB
21. SUSPENSION SYSTEM (INSPECT FOR
LOOSENESS AND DAMAGE)
M1001009600145
Visually inspect the front/rear suspension components for deterioration and damage. Re-tighten the front/rear suspension
components retaining bolts to specified torque.
22. REAR AXLE OIL (CHECK OIL LEVEL)
M1001007500119
REAR DIFFERENTIAL OIL CHECK
Check that gear oil level is not 8 mm (0.3 inch) below the bottom of filler plug hole.
Specified gear oil: Hypoid gear oil API classification
GL-5 or higher
Above −23° C(−10° F): SAE90, 85W-90, 80W-90
From −34° C to −23° C(−30° F to −10° F): SAE80W,
80W-90
Below −34° C(−30° F): SAE75W
GEAR OIL
UPPER
LIMIT
LOWER
LIMIT
8 mm
(0.3 in)
AC102739 AD
23. TIRES (ROTATE)
AC000120
M1001008900444
Rotate tires regularly to equalize tire wear and help extend tire
life. Recommended tire rotation is every 12,000 km (7,500
miles).
Timing for the rotation may vary according to vehicle condition,
road surface conditions, and individual driver's habits.
When rotating tires, check for uneven wear, damage, and
wheel alignment. Abnormal wear is usually caused by incorrect
tire pressure, improper wheel alignment, out-of balance
wheels, or severe braking.
The first rotation is the most important, to achieve more uniform
wear for all tires on the vehicle.
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24. AIR FILTER (REPLACE)
M1001009000080
1. Remove the glove box. (Refer to GROUP 52A −Instrument
Panel P.52A-18)
2. Remove the two screws as shown, and replace the clean air
filter.
3. Install the glove box.
INSTRUMENT PANEL
CLEAN AIR FILTER
AC301365AE
MAIN SEALANT AND ADHESIVE TABLE
APPLICATION
ENGINE AND
DRIVETRAIN
3M™ NO.
Between rocker cover and
camshaft bearing cap.
Between rocker cover,
semicircular packing and
cylinder head. Between oil
pressure switch and engine.
M1001003800420
LOCTITE®/
PERMATEX®NO.
3M™ AAD Part No. 8672
Permatex® Ultra Black
Ultrapro High Temp. Silicone 598, No.82180
Gasket or 3M™ AAD Part No.
8679 Black/8678 Black
Press-In-Place Silicone
gasket strips
Between engine coolant
3M™ AAD Part No. 8731
temperature switch, engine
Medium Strength Blue
coolant temperature sensor, Threadlocker
thermo valve, thermo switch,
joint, engine coolant
temperature gauge unit
(large-size) and engine
Loctite®242 Blue Service
Tool Removable 24200
Between oil pan and engine
block
Permatex® Ultra Gray
599, No.82194
WEATHERSTRI Between tempered glass,
PPING FOR
body flanges, and
GLASS
weatherstrip
3M™ AAD Part No. 8672,
3M™ AAD Part No. 8704 or
3M™ AAD Part No.
8679/8678
3M™ AAD Part No. 8509 Auto Bedding and Glazing
Compound or 3M™ AAD Part
No. 8633 Windo-weld
Resealant
WEATHERSTRI Between laminated glass and 3M™ AAD Part No. 8633
PPING FOR
weatherstrip
GLASS
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APPLICATION
INTERIORS
BODY
SEALANTS
3M™ NO.
LOCTITE®/
PERMATEX®NO.
Adhesive of vinyl chloride
cloth
3M™ AAD Part No. 8088
General Trim Adhesive or
3M™ AAD Part No. 8064
Vinyl Trim Adhesive
Permatex® Vinyl Repair
Kit No.81786
Adhesion of door
weatherstrip
3M™ AAD Part No. 8001
Permatex® Super Black
(yellow) or 3M™ AAD Part
Weatherstrip Adhesive
No. 8008 (black) Super
No.82, 81850
Weatherstrip Adhesive or
3M™ AAD Part No. 8011
Black Weatherstrip Adhesive
Sealing of various grommets
and packing
3M™ AAD Part No. 8509 or
3M™ AAD Part No. 8678
-
Adhesion of headliners and
various interior decorative
materials
3M™ AAD Part No. 8088
General Trim Adhesive or
3M™ AAD Part No. 8090
Super Trim Adhesive
Permatex® Spray
Adhesive No.82019
Sealing of sheet metal joints,
drip rail, floor, side panels,
trunk, front panel, tail gate
hinge
3M™ AAD Part No. 8531
Heavy Drip-Check Sealer
(gray) or 3M™ AAD Part No.
8302 Ultrapro Autobody
Sealant (clear) or 3M™ AAD
Part No. 8361 Urethane A/B
Sealant (gray or white)
-
Miscellaneous body sealants 3M™ AAD Part No. 8633
(original mounted
Windo-weld Resealant
w/adhesive tape)
• Waterproof door film
• Fender panel
• Splash shield
• Mud guard
• Rear combination lamp
-
Fuel Tank and Pad
Permatex® Spray
Adhesive No.82019
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General Trim Adhesive or
3M™ AAD Part No. 8090
Super Trim Adhesive
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APPLICATION
CHASSIS
SEALANT
3M™ NO.
LOCTITE®/
PERMATEX®NO.
Sealant of various flange
faces and threaded parts.
Packing of fuel gauge unit
3M™ AAD Part No. 8730 High Loctite®272 High Strength
Strength Red Threadlock or and High Temperature
3M™ AAD Part No. 8731
27200
Medium Strength Blue
Threadlocker
Sealing of various threaded
parts, dust covers.
Differential carrier packing,
dust covers and ball joint and
linkage. Packing and shims
of steering box, sealing of
rack support cover and top
cover of steering box
housing, seal of junction face
of knuckle arm flange
3M™ AAD Part No. 8672
Permatex® The Right Stuff
Ultrapro High Temp. Silicone No.25223
Gasket or 3M™ AAD Part No.
8679 (black) or 3M™ AAD
Part No. 8678 (black)
Press-In-Place Silicone
gasket strips 3M™ AAD Part
No. 8661 or 3M™ AAD Part
No. 8663 Super Silicone
sealant
Seal of brake shoe hold down 3M™ AAD Part No. 8633
pin and wheel cylinder of
Windo-weld Resealant
drum brakes
-
QUICK FIX
ADHESIVE
-
3M™ AAD Part No. 8155
Quick Fix Adhesive
Loctite®Quicktite Super
Glue 21309
ANAEROBIC
STRONG
SEALING
AGENT
Fixing of various threads,
bolts, screws. Fixing of
differential drive gear bolt,
Connecting of tilt steering
bolt. Fan, pulley, gear Sealing
of small gaps and flange
faces
3M™ AAD Part No. 8730 High
Strength Threadlocker or
3M™ AAD Part No. 8731
Medium Strength
Threadlocker
Loctite®271,
High-Strength
Threadlocker 27100 or
27200
UNDER
COATING
AGENT
-
3M™ AAD Part No. 8883
Permatex® Heavy-Duty
Rubberized Undercoating
Undercoating 81833
Aerosol or 3M™ AAD Part No.
8864 Body Schutz
Undercoating (qt)
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