Mitsubishi Pajero

1982-1998 of release

Repair and car operation

Mitsubisi Padzhero
+ 1.1. Dashboard and control units
+ 2. Maintenance
+ 3. Engines
+ 4. Cooling system
+ 5. Greasing system
+ 6. Power supply system
+ 7. Release system
+ 8. Fuel system
+ 9. Running gear
+ 10. Suspension bracket and steering
- 11. Brake system
   11.1. Technical characteristics
   11.2. Vacuum amplifier of brakes
   11.3. Adjustment of brakes
   11.4. Switch of a signal of braking
   11.5. Removal and pedal installation
   11.6. Main cylinder of brakes
   11.7. The dosing-out valve
   11.8. Regulator of pressure of back brakes (1992-98)
   11.9. Control valve of the amplifier of brakes
   11.10. Hoses and tubes
   11.11. Air removal from a hydraulic actuator of brakes
   + 11.12. Forward disk brakes
   + 11.13. Back drum-type brakes
   + 11.14. Back disk brakes (1992-98)
   + 11.15. Hand brake
   11.16. Anti-blocking system (ABS)
   11.17. Hydromodule
   11.18. Overload sensor
   11.19. Sensor of speed
+ 12. Body
+ 13. Electric equipment
+ 14. Electroschemes

11.3. Adjustment of brakes



Adjustments do not demand.


Adjustment of drum-type brakes is required only at replacement of blocks or malfunction of regulators of blocks.

1. For gap adjustment between blocks and drums remove drums.
2. Unscrew an asterisk of a regulator of blocks until then while external diameter of blocks does not become equal 253,0–253,5 mm.
3. Dress drums and press several times a pedal of a brake and on the lever of the hand brake, – thus it should be felt approximately identical "rigidity" of the lever and a pedal.


Brake pedal

1. Rod

2. Rod lock-nut

3. Switch lock-nut

4. Switch of a signal of braking

Adjustment of height of a pedal by rod rotation

1. Down

2. Up

3. Lock-nut

1. Check distance from a pedal to a body floor (a rug clean) which 191–196 mm (1983-91) or 186–191 mm (1992-98) should be.
2. Adjust pedal height, rotating a rod at the released lock-nuts of a rod and the switch.
3. Tighten a rod lock-nut, then establish a gap between an end face of the switch and a pedal of 0,5-1,0 mm and tighten a switch lock-nut.
4. Check a free wheeling of a pedal, having pressed several times a pedal at the stopped engine and having measured a course to feeling of weakness in resistance which should be 3–8 mm.
5. If a course less specified, check switch adjustment if it is more, check wear of an axis and the pedal lever.
6. Start the engine, press a pedal with effort of 50 kgfs and measure distance from a pedal to a floor which 95 mm (1983-91) or 100 mm (1992-98) should be.
7. If this distance more specified, the reasons are air hit, leakage of liquid or breakage of a regulator of blocks.