20 Most Recent 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander Questions & Answers


There's no simple answer here, but I've got a real answer and it's not hard. You'll just have to remove whatever is in the way in order to change the line. Check out a YouTube video as they are most helpful when you are dealing with stuff like this. You'll get it!
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2003 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Mar 17, 2019


Your local Mitsubishi dealer will give this to you for free

2003 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Mar 15, 2019


you need service and repair manual to do the torque setting so go to the given link and get the manual http://toolsnyou.com/

2003 Mitsubishi... | Answered on May 10, 2018


I think you could use this manual method instead.. My nephew who is a full time mechanic uses it
most of the times, and all mechanics
look up to manuals. It's very easy he gets it from. www.reliable-store.com

2003 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Mar 08, 2018


If you're finding it difficult to service/repair your car, get one of those online manuals. You'll not have to wait for others to answer, or rely on mechanics and all. Plus i know
a website that sells very cheap but very very good manuals online, without expiry i.e. for lifetime. www.reliable-store.com

2003 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Mar 08, 2018


timing belts are toothed belts and do not slip
next if it was to get out of time it would never start
so run the fault codes and check for problem crank/cam position sensors

2003 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Feb 17, 2018


p0134 - Bad O2 Sensor or faulty sensor wiring

p0132 - Bad O2 sensor (Bank 1 Sensor 1)

p0401 - Exhaust Gas Recirculation insufficient

p0113 - Defective intake air temperature sensor/ clogged air filter/ faulty Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor.

p0101 - Vacuum leak/ defective MAF sensor/ damaged intake manifold gasket

p0107 - Faulty Barometric Pressure sensor or its wiring system

p0758 - Low transmission fluid/ Dirty transmission fluid/ Shift Solenoid B wiring problem or its valve

p0753 - Low transmission fluid/ Dirty transmission fluid/ Shift Solenoid A wiring problem or its valve

p0736 - Transmission problem/ Low transmission fluid/ Dirty transmission fluid/ Shift Solenoid wiring problem or its valve/ Transmission hydraulic control circuit

p0735 - Transmission problem/ Low transmission fluid/ Dirty transmission fluid/ Shift Solenoid wiring problem or its valve/ Transmission hydraulic control circuit

p0732 - Transmission problem/ Low transmission fluid/ Dirty transmission fluid/ Shift Solenoid wiring problem or its valve/ Transmission hydraulic control circuit

p0720 - Damaged speed sensor/ its harness/ connector

2003 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Jan 25, 2018


possible that the sensor is loose and hitting on the rotor
check for loose / worn timing chains and hydraulic adjusters

2003 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Jan 25, 2018


"...makes a rumbling sound." Since you changed the head gasket, I suspect that you did not align the balance shafts correctly. There is a specific and mandatory sequence to setting up the 4G64 timing belts so the lower (oil pump) and upper balance shafts are correctly synced.

Get it wrong and the engine vibrates, often around 2500 rpm and higher.

You will have to set the engine to Top Dead Center, pull the cam covers off again, disconnect the tensioners, remove the belts, and realign the balance shafts correctly.

2003 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Jan 20, 2018


Replace heater/ac control assembly

2003 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Jan 11, 2018


According to your words, I strongly believe you do have a problem with your transmission.to what you have up to now on driving and locked to a gear means there is a fault and the gear box gets into a Safe Mode to allow you go to a garage for inspection and repair. On by switching off and on driving is not the correct procedure because having that means you do clear the fault code (s) and run for awhile and back to the beginning. My skills advise just visit a qualified garage to use a Scanner in order to get the faults and repair.

2003 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Dec 03, 2017


there is a wire that is taken from the battery and run in insulation around the the vehicle to ports that uses live connection. the insulation on one of the lines may be broken and it making connection with the body metal of the car, bridging the ground. this is why youa re getting shocked. the problem needs some inspection of the wiring system all around, especially from the music and igntion wires to find the broken insulaton. the shifting of the gears in the =+/- mode is probably due to transmisson lubrication and other mishaps.

2003 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Oct 01, 2017


I have an '04 Outlander and the wires on the manual shift switch are:

Black - top
Blue - center
Red - bottom

I used small heat shrink tubing on each solder joint to provide better mechanical support and prevent future breaking.

2003 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Oct 01, 2017


I have an '04 Outlander and the manual slap stick stopped working. I also noticed the Drive light was not on when in auto drive. This is a common problem with this model and a relatively easy fix. Tools you will need are a small flat head and medium cross head scredriver, solder gun and electronic grade solder, small heat shrink tubing. Remove the entire center console - start at the rear by removing the 4 philips screws in the center arm rest compartment, remove the cover plate underneath the hand brake and the 2 side panels on either side at the front. Remove the shift knob (2 screws behind the small cover plate on the front of the knob - remove with small flat head screwdriver). Remove all remaining screws and the rear section, then slide the center section over the handbrake followed by the front section.

You will see a small switch on the shift lever with 3 wires (Black, Blue and Red). Most likely one or more have become detached, at this point it is best to unsolder any that are still attached because they will likely break in the near future! Remove any old solder and wire from the 3 contacts with the solder gun on the switch and tin each with fresh solder. Strip about 1/8" on each of the 3 wires and tin each with solder. Slide about 1/2-3/4" of the heat shrink tubing onto each wire. Solder the wires back to the swtich in this order:

Black - top
Blue - center
Red - bottom

Start at the top and work down, and after soldering each slide the heat shrink tubing over the solder joint and shrink by applying the solder gun - this will provide better mechanical support and help prevent future breakage.

Reassemble the center console in the reverse order of removal - make sure you have no screws left over!!

Good luck - hope this helps.

2003 Mitsubishi... | Answered on Oct 01, 2017

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