2008 Mitsubishi Outlander Recalls

RepairPal Expert Overview on October 31, 2016

Moisture can cause corrosion to build up on the wiper link mechanism, possibly causing the link to separate. This would cause the wipers to fail, resulting in reduced visibility for the driver which can cause an accident.

RepairPal Expert Overview on June 23, 2016

The front suspension lower control arms may corrode excessively in areas where there is a higher concentration of salt water exposure, such as from use of road salt. This could cause the arms to separate from the vehicle frame, resulting in loss of vehicle control.

RepairPal Expert Overview on September 12, 2014

The pulleys that drive the alternator, cooling fan and power steering pump as mounted on the engine may wear, causing the belt to come off. This can make steering more difficult and discharge the battery, resulting in the engine stalling.

RepairPal Expert Overview on September 12, 2014

The brake light switch can fail, resulting in the brake lights not working when brakes are applied.

RepairPal Expert Overview on June 25, 2014

The power steering pressure hose may develop a leak from contacting the transmission housing. A leak may lead to loss of steering assistance.

RepairPal Expert Overview on May 4, 2009

The part of the braking system that makes braking effort easier is called the brake booster. There is a check valve in this booster that may stick when shutting off the engine. When you restart your engine, if this valve is sticking, your brake pedal may be hard to depress and could make stopping distances longer than usual.

RepairPal Expert Overview on February 24, 2009

There is a switch mounted at the brake pedal which turns the brake lamps on and off when the brake pedal is depressed and released. In some cases, this switch may malfunction and prevent the brake lamps from illuminating. If the brake lamps do not light up, an accident could occur as other drivers will not be able to see that you are stopping.

RepairPal Expert Overview on February 28, 2008

The wiring connector that exists for power seats but lies unused under a manual seat may corrode from moisture and contaminants and overheat, causing it to melt and become a fire hazard.