Mitsubishi Outlander Recall Information – Recalls and Problems

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Mitsubishi Outlander

Recall

NEWS: Mitsubishi is recalling 2013 Outlander Sport

Report Receipt Date: JUL 08,

NHTSA Campaign Number:

Component(s): SUSPENSION

Potential of Units Affected: 305

JUNE – Mitsubishi Motors America, Inc. (MMNA) is certain model year Outlander Sport vehicles January 17, 2013, through 25, 2013. The stabilizer link on the left front strut was welded. As a result, the link may and cause damage to the tire brake hose.

If the stabilizer bracket damages the tire brake line, the driver may more difficulty controlling the of the vehicle, or the vehicle may require a stopping distance to come to a and controlled stop. Either increases the risk of a crash. will notify owners, and will inspect, and if necessary, the front left strut free of charge. The recall is to begin during the week of 29, 2013.

MMNA’s recall is SR-13-008. Owners may also the National Highway Traffic Administration’s Vehicle Safety at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY: 1-800-424-9153), or go to

NEWS: Mitsubishi is recalling 2011 Outlander Sport

Report Receipt Date: JUN 20,

NHTSA Campaign Number:

Component(s): VISIBILITY

Potential of Units Affected: 3,181

2013 – Mitsubishi North America, Inc. is recalling certain model 2011 Outlander Sport manufactured August 26, 2010, March 29, 2011. The panoramic roof may have been without primer being before the adhesive. Without being used, the panoramic roof may have reduced possibly allowing the glass to detach from the vehicle, in a road hazard to other

MMNA will notify and dealers will inspect the glass to see if primer was installed. If is not present, the glass will be The recall began on July 8,

MMNA’s recall number is Owners may also contact the Highway Traffic Safety Vehicle Safety Hotline at (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to www.safercar.gov.

RECALL INFO:

NEWS: is recalling certain 2013 Sport vehicles

Report Receipt Date: MAR 29,

NHTSA Campaign Number:

Component(s): EXTERIOR LIGHTING. TRAIN. SERVICE BRAKES,

Potential Number of Units 4,539

APRIL 2013 Mitsubishi Motors North Inc. (Mitsubishi) is recalling model year 2013 Sport vehicles manufactured 11, 2012, through September 11, These vehicles fail to to the requirements of Federal Motor Safety Standard (FMVSS) 108, Lamps, Reflective and Associated Equipment, and FMVSS 114, Theft Protection. The stop lamps may illuminate or intermittently.

The shift lever also be moved out of Park depressing the brake pedal. If the lamps do not illuminate properly vehicles may not know when the is stopping. This could the risk of a crash. If the shift is moved from park using the brake, the vehicle may causing personal injury.

will notify owners, and will correct the installation of the lamp switch, free of The manufacturer has not yet provided a notification Mitsubishi’s campaign recall is SR-13-004.

Owners may also the National Highway Traffic Administration Vehicle Safety at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to

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Mitsubishi is recalling certain Outlander Sport AWD vehicles

Receipt Date: MAR 29, 2013

Campaign Number: 13V112000

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM. FUEL GASOLINE

Potential Number of Affected: 3,724

APRIL — Mitsubishi Motors America, Inc. (Mitsubishi) is certain model year Outlander Sport AWD vehicles June 11, 2012, through 11, 2012. These vehicles may been built without a sending unit harness for the unit. This may result in a fuel tank level The vehicle operator may believe have fuel when the is actually empty. This cause the engine to stall driving, increasing the risk of a

Mitsubishi will notify and dealers will install the fuel sending harness, of charge. The manufacturer has not yet provided a schedule. Mitsubishi’s campaign number is SR-13-005.Owners may also the National Highway Traffic Administration Vehicle Safety at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to

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Mitsubishi is recalling certain Outlander Sport vehicles

2012 — Mitsubishi is certain model year Outlander Sport vehicles, from November 9, 2011, December 16, 2011. These fail to comply with the of Federal Motor Vehicle Standard No. 108, Lamps, Devices, and Associated Equipment. The signal levers in the vehicle not manufactured correctly, which result in the auto-cancel function of the signal becoming inoperative.

The signal may continue to signal an directional change after a when the auto-cancel function, if properly, would have the signal. A following or oncoming may receive inaccurate indications of the operator’s intended maneuvers, increasing the risk of a crash vehicles due to improper vehicle Dealers will inspect the signal lever and replace it a new one free of charge.

No vehicles been retailed to customers this potential condition, no bulletin or owner letters be prepared. 12V-001

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MARCH 2009 Mitsubishi is recalling 39,711 MY Outlander and Lancer vehicles. material composition of the brake check valve may cause the valve to stick closed the engine is shut off. the vehicle is re-started and put into under certain driving (very slow vehicle there may be insufficient initial assist.

This may temporarily increase the distance of the vehicle and therefore the risk of a crash. Dealers replace the brake booster valve free of charge. The is expected to begin during 2009.

Owners may contact at 1-800-222-0037. 09V-077

DECEMBER — Mitsubishi is recalling MY 2007-2008 Outlander vehicles with LED type stop and distributed in the United States and Rico. The brake lamp may malfunction and cause the stop to not illuminate during brake The failure of the brake lamps to when the brakes are applied not provide warning to following and could result in a crash.

will replace the stop switch. The recall is expected to during February 2009.

FEBRUARY 2008 — is recalling 5,400 MY 2007-2008 passenger vehicles originally in or currently registered in the states of Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and the of Columbia. For vehicles without an power seat, the floor connector for the power seat is directly on the floorboard underneath the (vehicles with power already have the harness

If a vehicle occupant enters the with a sufficient amount of on their feet containing salt, it is possible for the melted mixture to soak the carpet and the salt-water solution to come contact with the unused seat harness connector. The terminal may corrode and allow to flow, resulting in the gradual and melting of the connector and may result in a

Dealers will relocate the harness beneath both the and driver seats to above the and away from the bottom of the to prevent contact with any melt solution. The manufacturer has not yet an owner notification schedule.

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