Mitsubishi Outlander XL Owners Manual 2011

Mitsubishi Outlander XL Owners Manual 2011
2011 Mitsubishi Outlander XL Owners Manual

Mitsubishi Outlander XL If your vehicle becomes stuck in sand, mud or snow If your vehicle becomes stuck in snow, sand, or mud, it can often be moved by a rocking motion. Rock your vehicle back and forth to free it. Do not rev the engine or spin the wheels. Constant efforts to free a stuck vehicle can cause overheating and transaxle failure. Let the engine idle for a few minutes to cool the transaxle before trying again. If your vehicle is still stuck after several rocking attempts, call for help.

Mitsubishi Outlander XL Manual pdf Taking regular care of your vehicle will preserve its value and appearance as long as possible. You can do some of the maintenance work yourself, and the rest should only be performed by an authorized Mitsubishi Motors dealer or a repair facility of your choice. If you discover a malfunction or other problem, have it corrected by an authorized Mitsubishi Motors dealer or a repair facility of your choice. This section describes the maintenance inspections that you can do yourself, if you so desire. Follow the instructions and precautions for each procedure. mitsubishi outlander,mirage mitsubishi,mitsubishi mirage,mitsubishi lancer,mitsubishi dealers,mitsubishi dealer,dealership mitsubishi,mitsubishi outlander sport,mitsubishi suv,mitsubishi outlander 2018,2018 mits outlander,mitsubishi 2018 outlander,outlander reviews,car mirage,2020 mitsubishi mirage.

To check and refill engine oil
It is normal for an engine to use oil. You may need to add oil between the recommended oil change intervals. Before starting the engine, check the engine oil level. Refill if necessary. To check the oil level, remove the dipstick, wipe it off, and gently reinsert it all the way. Slowly pull the dipstick straight out and check the oil level by checking the upper surface of the dipstick. The oil level must not go above the line on the dipstick.

To check the coolant level
The engine coolant reserve tank (A) lets you quickly see when you need to add coolant. When the engine is cold, the level of the coolant in the reserve tank should be between the FULL and LOW marks. The radiator usually stays full so there is no reason to remove the radiator cap (B) except when you check the coolant freeze point or replace the antifreeze coolant.

Automatic transaxle fluid (if so equipped)
The automatic transaxle should be maintained and serviced by an authorized Mitsubishi Motors dealer or a repair facility of your choice to obtain the best performance and longest life. It is important that the transaxle fluid is kept at the correct level.

To check the fluid level
The fluid level should be checked when the bar graph for the engine coolant temperature display on the multi-information display shows the engine is warmed up and the fluid in the transaxle is heated to its normal working temperature. Driving with the wrong fluid level will rapidly wear out the transaxle and destroy the fluid.

Battery
The condition of the battery is very important for quick starting and to keep the vehicle’s electrical system working properly. Check the battery regularly. To see the charge of only one cell, check the indicator (A) on top of the battery. If the indicator is blue when looking from above, that cell is okay suggesting the battery is okay. This is not conclusive and if battery performance is suspect, have the battery and charging system tested by an authorized Mitsubishi Motors dealer or a repair facility of your choice. If it is white, that cell is low on charge and the battery may only need charging.