Mitsubishi MZ360360EX Technical information

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Technical Service Bulletin
SUBJECT:
ACCESSORY REMOTE ENGINE START
No:
TSB−11−66−001
DATE:
October, 2011
MODEL:
See below
CIRCULATE TO:
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[ X ] PARTS MANAGER
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PURPOSE
This TSB contains technical information and troubleshooting for the accessory Remote Engine Start
system for affected vehicles.
AFFECTED VEHICLES
The following vehicles except manual transmission models:
2009−2011 Endeavor
2010−2012 Eclipse/Eclipse Spyder
2009.5−2012 Galant
2009−2011 Lancer
2010−2011 Lancer Sportback
2009−2012 Outlander
2011−2012 Outlander Sport
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Remote Engine Start Kits and Transmitters
Wire Routing
Transmitter Operation
Setting Engine Idle Time
Programming the RKE System
Programming the KOS System
Programming the Keyless Push Start System
Common Remote Engine Start Issues
Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360271EX
Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360272EX
Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360340EX
Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360360EX
Correction to Eclipse/Spyder/Endeavor Installation Instructions
Additional Resources
OVERVIEW
Remote engine start allows starting the engine from a distance, before entering the vehicle. Use the
Remote Engine Start transmitter to start or stop the engine. The engine will idle for a preset period of
time (5, 10, 20 or 30 minutes), or when specific conditions are detected. The factory default is 10
minutes.
For remote starting to occur, the following requirements must be met:
D
Transmission in P (Park)
D
All doors closed, including liftgate/trunk. (Door locking/unlocking is not affected by remote start.)
D
Engine hood closed
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The information contained in this bulletin is subject to change. For the latest version of this document, go to the Mitsubishi Dealer Link,
MEDIC, or the Mitsubishi Service Information website (www.mitsubishitechinfo.com).
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D
Key removed from ignition (for KOS equipped vehicles, the ignition switch is in the LOCK position)
D
Transmitter within approximately 150 feet of the vehicle
After the engine is started with the Remote Engine Start transmitter, it will stop if any of the following
conditions are detected:
D
A door (or liftgate/trunk) is opened
D
The accelerator pedal is pressed (except Endeavor, Galant and Eclipse models)
D
The engine hood is opened.
D
The key is inserted into the ignition switch (for KOS vehicles, the ignition switch is turned from the
LOCK position).
Remote Engine Start Kits and Transmitters
Model
Affected Vehicles
Part Number
2009.5 − 2012 Galant
VIN 9E024751 and above
MZ360271EX /
MZ360360EX *
2010 Eclipse/Eclipse Spyder
From start of 2010MY production
MZ360271EX /
MZ360360EX *
2009 − 2011 Endeavor
From start of 2009MY production
MZ360271EX /
MZ360360EX *
2009 Lancer
From start of 2009MY production
MZ360272EX
2010 − 2011 Lancer
After June 1, 2008 production
MZ360340EX
2010 − 2011 Lancer Sportback
From start of 2010MY production
MZ360340EX
2009 Outlander
From start of 2009MY production
MZ360272EX
2010 − 2012 Outlander
From start of 2010MY production
MZ360340EX
2011 − 2012 Outlander Sport
From start of 2011MY production
MZ360340EX
* MZ360360EX is a mid-year replacement of the MZ360271EX remote engine start kit.
Older transmitter
Part number MZ360300EX
− Provided with MZ360271EX and MZ360272EX kits
Newer transmitter
Part number MZ360361EX
− Provided with MZ360360EX and MZ360340EX kits
This may also be used as a replacement transmitter for the
MZ360271EX or MZ360272EX kit.
(See Replacement Transmitters below.)
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Replacement Transmitters:
When ordering a replacement for the MZ360271EX or MZ360272EX original transmitter, a newer
one, MZ360361EX will be provided. The features on the new transmitter will be limited to the same
functions as the older one that was provided in the kit.
To program the replacement transmitter for MZ260271EX, see MZ360360EX Programming.
To program the replacement transmitter for MZ360272EX, see MZ360340EX Programming.
The procedure for setting the engine idling time must follow the procedure for MZ360272EX.
For safety reasons, only one transmitter can be programmed to the system at a time.
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Wire Routing
NOTE: Detailed installation instructions are on the Mitsubishi Dealer Link. (See Additional Resources
at the end of this TSB).
Eclipse, Eclipse Spyder, Galant, Endeavor
Remote Engine Start Kit Part No. MZ360271EX/MZ360360EX
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WIRING DIAGRAM A
Galant Harness Layout (Top View)
Remote Start p/n:
MZ360271EX &
MZ360360EX
Endeavor Harness Layout (Top View)
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WIRING DIAGRAM A
(continued)
Remote Start p/n:
MZ360271EX &
MZ360360EX
Eclipse/Eclipse Spyder
Harness Layout
(Top View)
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Lancer, Lancer Sportback, Lancer Evolution,
Outlander, Outlander Sport
Remote Engine Start Kit Part No. MZ360340EX/MZ360272EX
Note: Detailed installation instructions can be found on the MITSUBISHI DEALER LINK. (See Additional Resources at
the end of this TSB for details on accessing these instructions).
Note: A hood switch (MZ360316EX) will have to be installed on Lancer/Lancer Sportback produced before 1/31/2010
and 2010-2011 Lancer DE. Hood switch installation instructions are on the MITSUBISHI DEALER LINK.
DIAGRAM B
Remote Start p/n:
MZ360340EX
Outlander/Lancer Harness Layout
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Part No. MZ360272EX
Outlander Harness Layout
Lancer Harness Layout
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Remote Engine Start Transmitter Operation
Before operating the transmitter, verify that:
The shifter is in the “P” (Parking) position.
All doors (including the rear gate and spare tire carrier) are securely closed.
The engine hood is securely closed
The vehicle key is removed from the ignition switch. For vehicles equipped with the F.A.S.T. Key,
the ignition switch is on the LOCK position.
The transmitter will not start the engine unless all of the above conditions are properly set.
Starting Engine
Stopping Engine
1. Push the request/function button. The indicator will
blink for approximately 2 seconds.
2. Push the start button while the indicator is blinking. The
engine starting signal will be transmitted when the indicat­
or stays on for 3 seconds. When the engine starts, the haz­
ard warning light on the vehicle will flash once.
1. Push the request/function button. The indicator will
blink for approximately 2 seconds.
2. Push the stop button while the indicator is blinking. The
engine stop signal will be transmitted when the indicator
stays on for 3 seconds.
NOTE: Extend the antenna if necessary. The transmitter signal will reach further when the antenna is
extended.
The remote engine starter will stop running after 10 minutes (factory default setting). The time setting
can be changed. Refer to “Setting Engine Idle Time” below.
Part No. MZ360300EX
Part No. MZ360361EX
Switch Lock SW
Indicator
Antenna
Switch Unlock SW
Function SW
Start SW
Stop SW
Indicator
Start button
Key ring
Stop button
Request button
Additional information on these transmitters is on the
Mitsubishi Dealer Link. (See Additional Resources at
the end of this TSB).
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Switch Lock
The remote for the MZ360360EX and MZ360340EX accessory parts have a switch lock function.
Details are described below:
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Setting Engine Idling Time
Once a vehicle is started by the remote engine start system, the engine, if left undisturbed, will continue to idle for a set time. This is referred to as “Engine Idling Time.” The factory default setting
is 10 minutes. It can be adjusted as shown below.
Part Number MZ360271EX/ MZ360272EX
Setting Idling Time
The idling time can be set to 5, 10, 20 or 30 minutes.
The initial setting at shipment is 10 minutes.
How to set the idling time
With the engine stopped, set the No. 2 and No. 3 pins of the DIP switch on the ECU to the
positions shown in the following table.
! CAUTION
Always set the DIP switch pins other than the No. 2 and 3 pins to the OFF position.
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Part Number MZ360360EX/ MZ360340EX
Setting Idling Time
1
Press Function switch and Start switch at the same
time until the buzzer sounds.
10 minutes Mark or 30 minutes Mark will blink
according to the default setting.
10
MINUTES
Preset setting is
10 minutes
2
Press Start switch to set the idling time.
The selected idle time Mark blinks.
(Example shows 30 minutes idle time)
30
MINUTES
If the Mark stops blinking and turns off, retry from Step 1.
3
Press Function switch until buzzer
sounds.
The idling time Mark stays on for about
2 seconds.
30
MINUTES
Setting changed
to 30 minutes
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Programming the RKE System
No.
MZ360271EX
MZ360272EX
MZ360340EX
MZ360360EX
Response
1
Close all doors and
hatch, but open
hood. Turn off
ignition and
remove key.
Close all doors,
hood and hatch.
Turn off ignition
and remove key.
Close all doors,
hood and hatch.
Turn off ignition
and remove key.
Close all doors and N/A
hatch, but open
hood. Turn off
ignition and
remove key.
2
Insert ignition key. Turn the key to ACC position. Turn key back to Lock (OFF) 5
times within 10 seconds. Then remove the key from the ignition.
ECU beeps once.
For MZ360340EX: Insert ignition key. Turn key from Lock (OFF) to ACC. Wait 3 to
5 seconds. Return key to Lock (OFF). Repeat 4 times within 10 seconds.
3
Within 10 seconds after the beep
sounds, press the 3 buttons on the
transmitter all at once and hold for 2
seconds or longer. HINT: It can be done
in the following order: press and hold
Start, add Stop, add Request.
Buzzer on transmitter sounds once
and its indicator
light will start
blinking.
Buzzer on transWithin 5 seconds after the beep sounds, mitter sounds once
press the 3 buttons on the transmitter all and its “Start” and
“Stop” lights will
at once and hold for 1 second or more.
begin blinking.
HINT: It can be done in the following
order: press and hold Start, then add
Stop, then add Function.
4
While indicator lights are blinking, insert
the ignition key and turn to ACC, then
back to Lock (OFF). Then remove the
key.
While the “Start” and “Stop” lights are
blinking, insert the ignition key and turn
to ACC, then back to Lock (OFF). Then
remove the key.
ECU beeps once.
5
Perform the engine stop operation by
the remote controller. HINT: Press the
“Request” button, then press the “Stop”
button and hold both for 1 second or
longer.
Perform the engine stop operation by
the remote controller. Hint: Press the
“Stop” button and hold for 1 second or
more.
ECU beeps twice.
6
N/A
Within 10 seconds after the ECU beep,
press the unlock button on the vehicle
remote 3 times.
Press unlock
button 3 times
7
Remote Engine Start registration is completed.
N/A
Door locks
automatically lock
and unlock. Then
several seconds
later they lock and
unlock again.
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Programming the KOS System
No.
MZ360272EX
MZ360340EX
Response
1
Close all doors, hood and hatch. Get into the vehicle and make sure
the ignition is OFF. Remove the knob cap. Insert emergency key.
N/A
2
Turn emergency key to ACC position, then back to Lock (OFF) 5
times within 10 seconds. Then
remove the key.
ECU beeps once.
3
Within 10 seconds after the beep
sounds, press the 3 buttons on
the transmitter all at once and
hold for 2 seconds or longer.
HINT: It can be done in the following order: press and hold
Start, add Stop, add Request.
Turn emergency key from Lock
(OFF) to ACC. Wait 3 to 5
seconds. Return key to Lock
(OFF). Repeat 4 times within 10
seconds.
Buzzer on transmitter sounds
once and its indicator light will
start blinking.
Within 5 seconds of finishing
Step 2, press the 3 buttons on
the transmitter all at once and
hold for 1 second or more. HINT:
It can be done in the following
order: press and hold Start, then
add Stop, then add Function.
Buzzer on transmitter sounds
once and its “Start” and “Stop”
lights will begin blinking.
4
While indicator lights are blinking,
insert the ignition key and turn to
ACC, then back to Lock (OFF).
Then remove the key.
While the “Start” and “Stop” lights ECU beeps once.
are blinking, insert the ignition
key and turn to ACC, then back
to Lock (OFF). Remove the key.
5
Perform the engine stop operation by the remote controller.
HINT: Press the “Request”
button, then press the “Stop”
button, and hold both for 1
second or longer.
Perform the engine stop operation by the remote controller.
HINT: Press the “Stop” button
and hold for 1 second or longer.
6
Within 10 seconds after the ECU beep, press the unlock button on
the vehicle remote 3 times.
Press the unlock
button on the
KOS key 3 times
7
Remote Engine Start registration is complete.
ECU beeps twice.
Door locks automatically lock and
unlock. Then several seconds
later they lock and unlock again.
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Programming the Keyless Push Start System − Part No. MZ360340EX
No.
Action
Response
1
Close all doors, hood, and hatch. Get into the
vehicle and make sure the ignition is OFF.
N/A
2
Press the Engine Start button once, then wait for 3
to 5 seconds.
The indicator light on the transmitter switch
changes to orange.
3
Press the Engine Start button twice.
The indicator light on the transmitter switch turns
off.
4
Within 10 seconds of the last step, press the
Engine Start button 12 times.
ECU beeps once.
5
Within 5 seconds of finishing Step 4, press the 3
Buzzer on the transmitter sounds once, and the
buttons on the transmitter all at once and hold for 1 “Start” and “Stop” lights begin blinking.
second or longer. HINT: It can be done in the
following order: press and hold Start, add Stop,
add
Function.
6
While “Start” and “Stop” are blinking, press the
Engine Start button 3 times.
ECU beeps once.
7
Press the “Stop” button on the transmitter for 1
second or more.
ECU beeps twice.
8
Within 10 seconds after the ECU beep, press the
Unlock button on the vehicle remote 3 times.
Door locks automatically lock and unlock. Then
several seconds later they lock and unlock again.
9
Remote Engine Start registration is complete.
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Common Remote Engine Start Issues
CONCERN
SUGGESTIONS
Cannot program Remote Engine Start
transmitter
Verify that the vehicle is not affected by the incorrect
wiring instructions for 2009 & later Endeavors and 2010
& later Eclipse/Eclipse Spyder covered later in this
bulletin.
See programming instructions (RKE, KOS, Push Button)
and also Tech Line Video on Programming
Verify correct installation (MZ360360EX, MZ360340EX,
MZ360272EX, MZ360271EX). Full operation and
installation instructions can be found on the Mitsubishi
Dealer Link.
Proper Radio Frequency operation of the remote can be
verified using the Mitsubishi Radio Frequency Detector
Part #: MIT47305.
Perform hardware troubleshooting diagnostics (MZ
360360EX, MZ360340EX, MZ360272EX,
MZ360271EX). Full operation and installation
instructions can be found on the Mitsubishi Dealer Link.
Engine will not start using Remote Engine
Start system
User must first press the function button, then the start
button, to start the engine with the remote.
If the vehicle has been parked for more than two weeks,
turn the ignition switch to ACC and then back to OFF.
Wait three seconds or more and the system will be
reactivated.
Verify that the vehicle is not affected by the incorrect
wiring instructions for 2009 & later Endeavors and 2010
& later Eclipse/Eclipse Spyder covered later in this
bulletin.
Verify correct installation (MZ360360EX, MZ360340EX,
MZ360272EX, MZ360271EX). Full operation and
installation instructions can be found on the Mitsubishi
Dealer Link.
Proper RF operation of the remote can be verified using
the Mitsubishi RF Detector P/N MIT47305.
Perform hardware troubleshooting diagnostics. First
verify the transmitter setup then proceed to the
appropriate model (MZ360360EX, MZ360340EX,
MZ360272EX, MZ360271EX). Full operation and
installation instructions can be found on the Mitsubishi
Dealer Link.
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How to change the engine idling time in
the Remote Engine Start system?
See Setting Engine Idle Time
MZ360360EX/MZ360340EX,
MZ360272EX/MZ360271EX .
Can a second transmitter be programmed
to the Remote Engine Start system?
No. For safety reasons, only one remote can be
programed to a specific remote engine start system at
one time.
However, a replacement transmitter can be
programmed. See Replacement Transmitters.
Engine shuts off when the driver’s door is
opened.
This is normal operation of the system. Refer to the
Remote Engine Start system owner’s manual on the
Mitsubishi Dealer Link.
Parking lights do not flash after the engine Flashing parking lights feature is only available on some
is started through the Remote Engine
models. Refer to the Remote Engine Start system
Start system.
owner’s manual on the Mitsubishi Dealer Link.
Indicator light on the transmitter does not
flash or stay on.
Verify that the transmitter is not being operated within 2
seconds of engine start/stop.
Verify batteries are properly installed in the transmitter.
Replace discharged transmitter battery.
Indicator light on the transmitter flashes
and stays on.
Verify the transmitter setup.
Fully extend the antenna on the transmitter or operate
the transmitter at a closer range
If the vehicle has been parked for more than two weeks,
turn the ignition switch to ACC and then back to OFF.
Wait three seconds or more and the system will be
reactivated.
If the buzzer of the remote start system sounds for
about three seconds when the key is inserted into the
ignition switch or the ignition switch is turned to “ON”,
there may be a possible faulty ECU or remote control.
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360271EX (page 1 of 11)
(Eclipse, Eclipse Spyder, Galant, Endeavor)
Perform troubleshooting E to L and confirm proper installation of the accessory.
Once confirmed, perform operation check.
Operation check 1: Perform the following procedures:
Go to
Troubleshooting A
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360271EX (page 2 of 11)
Operation check 2: Perform the following procedures:
Note: On Endeavor models, be sure to set the interior light switch to the
“ROOM” position before proceeding.
Go to
Troubleshooting C
Go to
Troubleshooting D
Go to Troubleshooting B
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360271EX (page 3 of 11)
Go to
Troubleshooting C
OK
Return to Troubleshooting
Operation Check
OK
Return to Troubleshooting
Operation Check
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360271EX (page 4 of 11)
Refer to Wiring Diagram A for connector references.
See “Checking Harnesses”
at the end of this section.
OK
Return to Troubleshooting
Operation Check
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360271EX (page 5 of 11)
Refer to Wiring Diagram A for connector references.
Return to Troubleshooting
Part No. MZ360271EX
page 2
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360271EX (page 6 of 11)
If the vehicle does not have a 20A fuse for the engine starter harness, go to Troubleshooting F.
Refer to Wiring Diagram A for connector references.
Perform the remaining connector
terminal check.
See “Checking Harnesses” at the
end of this section.
Perform the remaining connector
terminal check.
See “Checking Harnesses” at the
end of this section.
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360271EX (page 7 of 11)
Perform the remaining connector
terminal check.
See “Checking Harnesses” at the
end of this section.
Refer to Wiring Diagram A for connector references.
Perform the remaining connector
terminal check.
See “Checking Harnesses” at the
end of this section.
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360271EX (page 8 of 11)
Refer to Wiring Diagram A for connector references.
Perform the remaining connector
terminal check.
See “Checking Harnesses” at the
end of this section.
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360271EX (page 9 of 11)
Refer to Wiring Diagram A for connector references.
Perform the remaining connector
terminal check.
See “Checking Harnesses” at the
end of this section.
Perform Operation
Checks 1 and 2
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360271EX (page 10 of 11)
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360271EX (page 11 of 11)
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360272EX (page 1 of 6)
(Lancer, Lancer Sportback, Outlander, Outlander Sport)
Perform Troubleshooting steps B to D and confirm proper installation of
the accessory. Once confirmed, perform the operation check.
Operation Check 1:
Go to
Troubleshooting A
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360272EX (page 2 of 6)
Operation Check 2:
Check the vehicle.
Refer to the vehicle’s
service manual.
Check the vehicle.
Refer to the vehicle’s
service manual.
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360272EX (page 3 of 6)
While registering the Remote Engine Start transmitter, if the Remote Engine Start ECU is found unresponsive (does not beep as
indicated in the registration process), perform Troubleshooting B.
Check the vehicle.
Refer to the vehicle’s
service manual.
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360272EX (page 4 of 6)
Refer to Wiring Diagram B for connector references.
While programming the Remote Engine Start transmitter, if the keyless operation key is unresponsive,
perform Troubleshooting C.
Go to Troubleshooting D.
Check the vehicle.
Refer to the vehicle’s
service manual.
Troubleshooting D
Check the vehicle.
Refer to the vehicle’s
service manual.
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360272EX (page 5 of 6)
Circuit Diagram
4
2
1
4
2
5
3
6
6
3
1
5
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360272EX (page 6 of 6)
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360340EX (page 1 of 7)
(Lancer, Lancer Sportback, Outlander, Outlander Sport)
Perform Troubleshooting B to D and confirm proper installation of the accessory.
Once confirmed, perform the operation check.
Operation Check:
Go to
Troubleshooting A
Check the vehicle.
Refer to the vehicle’s
service manual.
Check the vehicle.
Refer to the vehicle’s
service manual.
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360340EX (page 2 of 7)
OK
Troubleshooting complete.
Return to Operation Check.
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360340EX (page 3 of 7)
Refer to Wiring Diagram B for connector references.
While registering the Remote Engine Start transmitter, if the Remote Engine Start ECU is unresponsive
(does not beep as indicated in the registration process), perform Troubleshooting B.
Check the vehicle.
Refer to the vehicle’s
service manual.
OK
Troubleshooting complete
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360340EX (page 4 of 7)
While programming the Remote Engine Start transmitter, if the keyless operation key is unresponsive,
perform Troubleshooting C.
Go
D D.
GototoTroubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Check the vehicle.
Refer to the vehicle’s
service manual.
OK
Troubleshooting complete
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360340EX (page 5 of 7)
Refer to Wiring Diagram B for connector references.
Troubleshooting D.
Check the vehicle.
Refer to the vehicle’s
service manual.
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360340EX (page 6 of 7)
Circuit Diagram
2
4
2
4
ANT
1
+B (to Main Unit)
+B
GND
(to Main Unit)
GND
5
+B(IN)
ACC(IN)
3
SERIAL_OUT
6
SERIAL_IN
GND(IN)
ACC (from RF unit)
ACC (to Main unit)
5
6
3
1
Connector drawings
indicate the terminal layout as
seen from the arrow direction.
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360340EX (page 7 of 7)
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360360EX (page 1 of 11)
(Eclipse/Spyder, Galant, Endeavor)
Note: On Endeavor models, be sure to set the interior light switch to the “ROOM” position before proceeding.
Perform troubleshooting E to L and confirm proper installation of the accessory. Once confirmed,
perform operation check.
Operation Check 1:
Go to
Troubleshooting A
Go to
Troubleshooting A
(continued on next page)
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360360EX (page 2 of 11)
(Eclipse/Spyder, Galant, Endeavor)
Operation Check 2:
Go to
Troubleshooting C
Go to
Troubleshooting D
(continued on next page)
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360360EX (page 3 of 11)
Go to
Troubleshooting C
OK
Troubleshooting complete
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360360EX (page 4 of 11)
Refer to Wiring Diagram A for connector references.
OK
Troubleshooting complete
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360360EX (page 5 of 11)
Refer to Wiring Diagram A for connector references.
Troubleshooting complete
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360360EX (page 6 of 11)
If the vehicle does not have a 20A fuse for the engine starter harness, go to Troubleshooting F.
Refer to Wiring Diagram A for connector references.
Perform the remaining connector
terminal check.
See “Checking Harnesses” at the
end of this section.
Perform the remaining connector
terminal check.
See “Checking Harnesses” at the
end of this section.
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360360EX (page 7 of 11)
Perform the remaining connector
terminal check.
See “Checking Harnesses” at the
end of this section.
If the vehicle is a Galant, go to Troubleshooting H.
Refer to Wiring Diagram A for connector references.
Perform the remaining connector
terminal check.
See “Checking Harnesses” at the
end of this section.
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360360EX (page 8 of 11)
Refer to Wiring Diagram A for connector references.
Perform the remaining connector
terminal check.
See “Checking Harnesses” at the
end of this section.
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360360EX (page 9 of 11)
Refer to Wiring Diagram A for connector references.
Perform the remaining connector
terminal check.
See “Checking Harnesses” at the
end of this section.
Continue to perform
Operation Checks 1 and 2.
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360360EX (page 10 of 11)
Circuit Diagram
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Troubleshooting Part No. MZ360360EX (page 11 of 11)
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Correction to Remote Engine Start Installation Instructions
for Eclipse/Spyder/Endeavor
Remote Engine Start (MZ360271EX & MZ360360EX) Instructions Correction – 2009 & later
Endeavor, 2010 & later Eclipse/Eclipse Spyder.
Wire color descriptions in the installation instructions for the section “ROUTING THE HARNESS TO
THE COMBINATION METER” are incorrect for affected vehicles listed above only. The wire colors
in the pin diagram are correct.
If you cannot program the Remote Engine Start, or if the engine will not start with the transmitter,
confirm the proper wire routing.
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Additional Resources
1. Remote Engine Start installation and basic troubleshooting information are on the Mitsubishi
Dealer Link:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Log onto the Mitsubishi Dealer Link.
Under the “Parts” tab, click on “accessories”.
On the left side of the screen, click on “Parts & Accessories Guide”.
Select the appropriate vehicle model year.
Enter the Remote Engine Start Kit part number (see part number listing earlier in this bulletin).
2. Remote Engine Start informational videos for some models are on the Mitsubishi Dealer Link:
a.
b.
c.
d.
Log onto the Mitsubishi Dealer Link.
Under the “Service” tab, click on “systems”.
On the left side of the screen, click on “Techline Videos”.
The videos will be listed on the left menu bar. Click on the desired video link.
WARRANTY INFORMATION
This TSB provides technical information only.