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What is causing thunk when excellerating 2003 mit outlander

Sometimes happens when slowing and braking to a near stop then excellerating

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SOURCE: Greasing of axles on mits outlander 2004

YOUR AXLE BEARING ARE SEAL THEY ARE PRE GREASE BEFORE SEAL NO MAINTINCE ON THEM.

Posted on Nov 05, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 mitsubishi outlander rear tires tilt in

I dont know if you have solved this yet but check the bushings on the suspension or the arms. If one is worn or damaged it will cause the tire to bend outward or inward and cause the tires to wear uneven.

Posted on Jan 03, 2010

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SOURCE: want to replace my own front brakes on 2003 Outlander

Hello, to replace the front pads first open the hood and remove the brake fluid cover (will make retracting the piston easier). Next losen the lug nuts till you can turn them by hand than jack up the vehicle and use a jack support stand. Once the vehicle is supported remove the lug nuts and wheel, remove the lower caliper screw and rotate the caliper upward. Remove the old pads, use one of the old pads and place it so it centers the caliper, using a large C-clamp position it with the solid end on the back side of the caliper and rotating handle contact the pad in the center or close as possible. Slowly rotate until the piston is fully retracted into the caliper, your brake fluid may run over but its ok. Install the new pads return the caliper to the normal position over the pads reinstall the lower caliper screw. Put the wheel back on tighten the lug nuts till the wheel is evely and firmly in its normal position. Remove the jack stand lower the vehicle, put the brake fluid cover back on and pump the brakes until they are firm and check the fluid, add some if needed. Tighten the lug nuts, check for leakes. After starting the vehicle pump the brakes a few times, now the fun part the test drive :) allow you self more than normal distance to stop. Tips, I always set the parking brake when working on the front brakes, some people use a 2x4 instead of a brake pad to retract the piston into the caliper, double check your work, i always do and take your time.

Posted on Mar 29, 2010

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SOURCE: Mit Outlander 2003....replaced the head

P0340 Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit Malfunction
P0335 Crankshaft Position Sensor A Circuit Malfunction\

Based on the codes you listed I would have to say it appears the Crank Position sensor is either malfunctioning or you accidentally caught the wires between two parts that were bolted together and they shorted out. Double check the Crank Position sensor wiring and make sure you have them connected correctly and don't have a short on any of the wires.

Posted on Oct 15, 2010

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