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

GENERAL INFORMATION

DISK BRAKES

Adjustments do not demand.

DRUM-TYPE BRAKES

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

PERFORMANCE ORDER
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

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

PERFORMANCE ORDER
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.