Question about 2007 Mitsubishi Outlander 2.4
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Does a left-rear shock absorber
The hole that you refer to would have held the upper strut mount. This piece is part of the strut assembly which includes the coil spring. If you attempt the replacement of this mount yourself, it will require the use of a coil spring compressor (clamshell type which you can rent from certain auto parts stores or tool rental centers). You will have to remove the complete strut assembly from the car. In your case, what's left is the lower retaining bolt. You'll have to use great caution when compressing the spring in order to remove the nut that holds the upper mount in place. The spring is under a great deal of preloaded pressure, that if released can cause bodily damage. Once you remove the upper nut, you can replace the mount, or mounting plate itself. If you don't want to tackle this job yourself. I can tell you that the typical shop will charge you around 2 hrs labor to replace this part. (hourly rates vary) The cost of parts is extra naturally. Most shops I've worked for won't install parts other than those purchased through the shop. You may get lucky though. Buying your own parts is always cheaper, because you don't have to pay for the mark up. I hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
Dear Brake Drum Remover,
I'm gonna tell you how to pull this drum off, ya ready?First off, get the rear of the vehicle up in the air safely, Then pull the rear tires off.After those are off then take a gander at the face of the drums, are there shiny brass looking screws installed on the face of that drum?Ifso remove those counterclockwise, then, take a hammer a shock the face off the drum firmly about three times.Now, go to the opposite side on the face of the drum and do that again, keep on doin that until you can wiggle the drum off by hand...easy as that, any other questions get back to me. I'M HERE TO HELP!!!
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
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Posted on Mar 04, 2010
SOURCE: Squeaky car
wmashfordhol please contact me via email. I would like to learn more about your sqeeking. My wife has a '04 Outlander with 67kmi which has the same squeeking in the rear. But the squeeking is more evident in lateral movement as opposed to up or down. I believe these cars have sway bars in the rear, so maybe there is a chance that that the bushings for this are worn.
Posted on May 14, 2010
SOURCE: How difficult is it to
Shocks are simple to remove and reinstall. One bolt on top and one on the bottom. You can easily do this at your home garage. However struts are a different matter. I suggest you have them replace by a professional.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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