Mitsubishi Lancer 2006 Body Repair Manual
This manual has been prepared for the use of all service mechanics engaged in the body repair service. Body dimensions, welded panel replacement procedures, body sealing application instructions, and all the other information required to provide quick and accurate body repair service are contained herein. One especially important point is the welding method. All of the vehicle’s original strength and durability can be maintained by following the welding procedures contained in this manual.
Note that, in order to maximize the efficiency of the repair work, first, both the extent of the damage and the replacement parts that are needed must be calculated accurately, and then the actual work must be performed accurately and efficiently.
The publications shown below are also available, and should be used in conjunction with this manual.
TECHINICAL INFORMATION MANUAL
(PASSENGER CARS & LIGHT COMMERCIAL VEHICLES)
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation reserves the right to make changes in design and specifications and/or to make additions to or improvements in its products without imposing any obligation upon itself to install them on its products previously manufactured.
The first page of this manual contains a table of contents which lists the name of vehicle models and groups within each model.
The vehicles to which the information in the text pertains are generally designated according to their body classification. In some cases, other limiting designations such as model name, type of drive system, etc., are given. If there are no such limiting designations, the information can be assumed to cover all models.
All pages are numbered consecutively within each model. The page number can be found on the upper left or right of each page.
The group titles and section titles can be found at the upper center of each page.
- BODY CONSTRUCTION
- BODY DIMENSIONS
- WELDED PANEL REPLACEMENT
- CORROSION PROTECTION
- SYNTHETIC-RESIN PARTS
- BODY COLOUR
- REFERENCE MATERIAL