2009 Mitsubishi Outlander Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2009 Mitsubishi Outlander
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2009 Mitsubishi Outlander ProblemsAC Not Cold Due to Failed Pressure Switch
The AC may not blow cold air due to a failed pressure switch. A failed switch will require replacement to restore proper AC operation.
the exhaust system noise was due to a rusted and cracked flex section on the front "Y" pipe. Dealer cost for the pipe alone was over $350.00. I saved over $125.00 with an online warehouse.
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.
2009 Mitsubishi Outlander QuestionsHow do I fix 40psi compression in one cylinder and over 100psi in 3 others? (1 answer)
The cars runs, but it runs very rough. And there aren't any signs of any leaks.
mitisubishi outlander 2009, the ABS and brake warning lights come on from time to time and the break lights and parking lights come on at the same time but do not turn off when the car is off. If you turn the light switch on and off a couple of times the lights will go off. The break fluid leve...
2009 Mitsubishi Outlander RecallsHeater And Air Conditioning System Fan Failure
The ventilation system blower motor may fail. This can cause reduced visibility because of windows fogging up due to a lack of defroster operation. The dealership will replace the blower motor free of charge to correct this concern.
The electronic control unit (ECU) may fail, causing failure of the headlights, tail lights and windshield wipers. This could cause visibility problems for the driver, as well as others seeing the vehicle. The affected ECU will be replaced free of charge by the dealership to correct the problem.
The pulleys that the drive the alternator, cooling fan and power steering pump mounted on the engine may experience unusual wear, resulting in the drive belt coming off. Dealers will replace the belt and any worn pulleys free of charge to resolve the concern.