2005 Mitsubishi Outlander Repair and Maintenance Costs
A guide to repairs, service, and maintenance costs for your 2005 Mitsubishi Outlander
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2005 Mitsubishi Outlander ProblemsHVAC Temperature Knob Hard to Turn
The heating, ventilation and AC (HVAC) temperature control knob may be hard to turn. Mitsubishi Motors has released a service bulletin out outlining the necessary repairs. Repairs involve installing a new air blend door lever and link, lubing the blend door track, and installing a filter on top of the blower motor housing to prevent entry of dirt and debris. If the temperature control assembly has been damaged it will require replacement also.
Erratic HVAC blower motor operation may be caused by a failed blower motor and/or blower motor resistor. Our technicians tell us that if the blower motor resistor fails the blower motor should be checked. If the blower motor fails its functional test in should be replaced along with the failed blower motor resistor.
An engine overheating condition may develop due to a failed radiator cooling fan controller. The failed controller should be replaced to correct this issue.
2005 Mitsubishi Outlander QuestionsEverytime I start the engine there is a gasoline smell, fades away rapidly. (1 answer)
There are no gasoline marks on the floor, if not started there is no gasoline odor.
It makes a bad crackling sound when i let off the clutch an it is even worse when the car starts to move. I got the car a month ago. All fluids are ok. It started the noise a week ago. But today its leaking oil out as fast as u put it in. If u are driving it. Barely drips oil while in park an cut...
I replaced the battery fuse and reconnected my battery. It turns over but there is no gas getting to the carburetor. Is there a safety shut off somewhere that was tripped and I need to turn back on?
2005 Mitsubishi Outlander RecallsFront Lower Control Arms Corrode And Detach
The front lower control arms may corrode and detach from the vehicle cross member. Dealers will inspect the front cross members and either apply a sealing anti-corrosion agent or replace the front cross member depending on the severity of existing corrosion free of charge to resolve the concern.