Question about Mitsubishi Outlander Sport
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1- Take off all spark plug so you can turn the crankshaft easily to align Top Dead Center (TDC) . 2- Take off the engine cover to see the notch mark on the cam shaft. 3- Turn the crankshaft until the mark on the pulley match with the 0 on the timing mark. At this point if the mark on the camshaft all align then you are good. If it is not then you have to take off the timing belt to do the correct alignment as following items # 4 to 7. 4- Turn the crankshaft until the Piston # 1 is at top. Put in a screw driver to make sure it is at the top. Make sure the Crank shaft at 0 mark. If not, keep turning until it is at desired position. 5- Turn the camshaft to align at the mark in the straight line with the crankshaft mark. 6- Make sure the camshaft lobe is not pressing to open the intake or exhaust valve for piston # 1. This is to ensure it is at ignition stage: Piston is up, all valves closed. 7- Once everything is aligned at TDC, put the timing belt on. Tighten the tension adjuster, then you are good to go.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
SOURCE: my granddad has a 1996
Thanks for choosing FixYa and welcome to the site. This is transmission damage. First, make sure the fluid is at the correct level and make sure it is not leaking under the vehicle. Without taking the transmission off, you really can't have a defined answer, but it will have to be looked at. It may be a shifting issue also. Is this an automatic or manual? It won't shift down or the automatic stays in high gear, even when going slow? How many miles on the vehicle also please? Thanks.
Posted on Aug 04, 2011
make sure fluid level not low.because most time when you change transmission fluid and filter some times you could still be a half or quart low check transmission fluid level.
Posted on Nov 08, 2012
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