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GENERAL
CONTENTS
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL. . . . . .
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HOW TO USE
TROUBLESHOOTING/INSPECTION SERVICE
POINTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-5
CONTENTS OF TROUBLESHOOTING . . .
DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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00-7
HOW TO USE THE INSPECTION PROCEDURES
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00-8
CONNECTOR MEASUREMENT SERVICE POINTS
......................................
00-9
CONNECTOR INSPECTION SERVICE POINTS
......................................
00-10
INSPECTION SERVICE POINTS FOR A BLOWN
FUSE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-11
HOW TO COPE WITH INTERMITTENT
MALFUNCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-12
HOW TO TREAT PAST TROUBLE . . . . . .
00-12
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION . . . . . . .
MODELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-13
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VEHICLES WITH AIR CONDITIONER . . . .
00-19
MULTI USE TESTER (M.U.T.-III) SUB ASSEMBLY
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00-20
SERVICING ELECTRICAL SYSTEM . . . . .
00-21
HOW TO SHIFT LOCK FORCED RELEASE
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00-21
HOW TO PERFORM CHASSIS NUMBER (CHASSIS
NO.) WRITING FOR ENGINE-ECU, KOS-ECU AND
ETACS-ECU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-21
CODING LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-27
INITIALISATION PROCEDURE FOR LEARNING
VALUE IN MPI ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-36
LEARNING PROCEDURE FOR IDLING IN MPI
ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-37
PRE-INSPECTION CONDITION . . . . . . . . .
00-37
PRECAUTIONS FOR INSTALLATION OF
ON-VEHICLE RADIO TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT
......................................
00-37
ENGINE OILS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-38
FORM−IN−PLACE GASKET (FIPG) . . . . . .
00-38
BOLTS AND NUTS WITH STABILIZER FOR
COEFFICIENT OF FRICTION. . . . . . . . . . .
00-39
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (CHASSIS
NUMBER) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-14
APPLICATION OF ANTI-CORROSION AGENTS AND
UNDERCOATS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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VEHICLE INFORMATION CODE PLATE. .
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VEHICLE WASHING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MANUFACTURER PLATE . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-15
ENGINE MODEL STAMPING. . . . . . . . . . .
00-15
GENERAL DATA AND SPECIFICATIONS
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00-16
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE.
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ABOUT THE DESCRIPTION OF THE IGNITION
SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
00-18
SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS)
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SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS)
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00-39
SRS SERVICE PRECAUTIONS . . . . .
00-42
SUPPORT LOCATIONS FOR LIFTING AND
JACKING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 00-44
TOWING AND HOISTING. . . . . . . . . .
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HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
M1001000103357
SCOPE OF MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND
SERVICING EXPLANATIONS
This manual provides explanations, etc. concerning
procedures for the inspection, maintenance, repair
and servicing of the subject model.
ON-VEHICLE SERVICE
"On-vehicle Service" is procedures for performing
inspections and adjustments of particularly important
locations with regard to the construction and for
maintenance and servicing, but other inspection (for
looseness, play, cracking, damage, etc.) must also
be performed.
INSPECTION
Under this title are presented inspection and checking procedures to be performed by using special
tools and measuring instruments and by feeling, but,
for actual maintenance and servicing procedures,
visual inspections should always be performed as
well.
DEFINITION OF TERMS
STANDARD VALUE
Indicates the value used as the standard for judging
the quality of a part or assembly on inspection or the
value to which the part or assembly is corrected and
adjusted. It is given by tolerance.
LIMIT
Shows the standard for judging the quality of a part
or assembly on inspection and means the maximum
or minimum value within which the part or assembly
must be kept functionally or in strength. It is a value
established outside the range of standard value.
REFERENCE VALUE
Indicates the adjustment value prior to starting the
work (presented in order to facilitate assembly and
adjustment procedures, and so they can be completed in a shorter time).
DANGER, WARNING, AND CAUTION
DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION call special
attention to a necessary action or to an action that
must be avoided. The differences among DANGER,
WARNING, and CAUTION are as follows:
• If a DANGER is not followed, the result is severe
bodily harm or even death.
• If a WARNING is not followed, the result could be
bodily injury.
• If a CAUTION is not followed, the result could be
damage to the vehicle, vehicle components or
service equipment.
INDICATION OF TIGHTENING TORQUE
Tightening torques (units: N⋅m) are set to take into
account the central value and the allowable tolerance. The central value is the target value, and the
allowable tolerance provides the checking range for
tightening torques.
MODEL INDICATIONS
The following abbreviations are used in this manual
for identification of model types.
2000:Indicates models equipped with the 1,998 mL
<4B11> petrol engine.
2400:Indicates models equipped with the 2,360 mL
<4B12> petrol engine.
2WD:Indicates the 2-wheel drive vehicles.
4WD:Indicates the 4-wheel drive vehicles.
A/C:Indicates the air conditioner.
CVT: Indicates the continuously variable transmission.
DOHC:Indicates an engine with the double overhead
camshaft.
INVECS: Indicates the (Mitsubishi) intelligent and
innovative vehicles electronic control system.
MIVEC:Indicates the Mitsubishi innovative valve timing and lift electronic control system.
MPI:Indicates the multi point injection.
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EXPLANATION OF MANUAL CONTENTS
Denotes tightening torque.
For bolts and nuts which do
not have a tightening torque
listed, refer to the "Standard
Parts tightening-torque Table"
Indicates the
section title.
Indicates the
group title.
Indicates the
group number.
35A-19
Indicates the page number.
Indicates procedures to be performed before the work in that section is started, and
procedures to be performed after the work
in that section is finished.
Component diagram
A diagram of the component parts is provided near the front of each section in order
to give the reader a better understanding of
the installed condition of component parts.
Mark N denotes nonreusable part.
Repair kit or parts sets are shown.
(Only very frequently used parts are shown.)
>>A<<
>>B<<
Maintenance and servicing procedures
The numbers provided within the diagram indicate the
sequence for maintenance and servicing procedures.
Removal steps :
The part designation number corresponds to
the number in the illustration to indicate removal steps.
Disassembly steps :
The part designation number corresponds to
the number in the illustration to indicate disassembly steps.
Installation steps :
Specified in case installation is impossible in
reverse order of removal steps. Omitted if
installation is possible in reverse order of removal steps.
Reassembly steps :
Specified in case installation is impossible in
reverse order of removal steps. Omitted if
reassembly is possible in reverse order of disassembly steps.
AC311238 AE
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Classifications of major maintenance / service points
When there are major points relative to maintenance and servicing procedures (such as essential maintenance
and service points, maintenance and service standard values, information regarding the use of special tools, etc.).
These are arranged together as major maintenance and service points and explained in detail.
<<A>> : Indicates that there are essential points for removal or disassembly.
>>A<< : Indicates that there are essential points for installation or reassembly.
35A-21
Operating procedures,
cautions, etc. on removal,
installation, disassembly and
reassembly are described
BRAKE CALIPER ASSEMBLY
The title of the page
(following the page on which
the diagram of component
parts is presented) indicating
the locations of lubrication and
sealing procedures.
Indicates (by symbols) where
lubrication is necessary.
Symbols for lubrication, sealants and adhesives
Symbols are used to show the locations for lubrication
and for application of sealants and adhesives.
These symbols are included in the diagram of component parts or on the page following the component
parts page. The symbols do not always have accompanying text to support that symbol.
: Grease
(Multi-purpose grease unless there is a brand
or type specified)
: Sealant or adhesive
: Automatic transmission fluid, brake fluid, power
steering fluid or air conditioning compressor oil
: Engine oil or gear oil
: Adhesive tape or butyl rubber tape
AC509265AF
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POINTS
CONTENTS OF TROUBLESHOOTING
M1001013300824
CAUTION
During diagnosis, a diagnosis code associated
with other system may be set when the ignition
switch is turned on with connector(s) disconnected. On completion, confirm all systems for
diagnosis code(s). If diagnosis code(s) are set,
erase them all.
WARNING
Since the radiator fan rotates during CAN
bus line diagnostics, make sure that no one
is servicing the engine compartment before
diagnosing the CAN bus line. Since the CAN
communication stops when diagnosing the
CAN bus line, the ETACS-ECU detects the
time-out of the engine-ECU, and activates
the radiator fan to prevent overheating as
fail-safe.
Troubleshooting of electronic control systems for
which the M.U.T.-III can be used follows the basic
outline described below. Even in systems for which
the M.U.T.-III cannot be used, some of these systems still follow this outline.
1. STANDARD FLOW OF DIAGNOSIS TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting sections are based on the diagnostic flow as below. If the diagnostic flow is different from
that given below, or if additional explanation is required, the details of such differences or additions will also
be listed.
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Diagnosis method
Gathering information
from the customer.
Coding data check* 6
Does not reoccur
Reoccurs
Check trouble symptom.
CAN bus diagnosis*1
NG
CAN bus diagnosis chart* 2
OK
Read the diagnosis code.
No diagnosis code
or communication
with M.U.T.-III not
possible
Diagnosis code
displayed.
(Current trouble)*3
Diagnosis code
displayed.
(Past trouble)*3
How to treat past
trouble* 4
Diagnosis code
displayed.
(Current trouble)*3
After taking note of the
malfunction code, erase the
diagnosis code memory.
Diagnosis code
displayed.
(Past trouble)*3
Recheck trouble symptom.
How to treat past
trouble*4
Read the diagnosis codes.
No diagnosis
code.
Diagnosis code
displayed.
Refer to the INSPECTION CHART
FOR TROUBLE SYMPTOMS
(Refer to applicable group).
Read the diagnosis code.
Refer to the INSPECTION CHART
FOR DIAGNOSIS CODES
(Refer to applicable group).
No diagnosis
code.
INTERMITTENT MALFUNCTIONS* 5
AC508911
• * : For how to diagnose CAN bus lines, refer to GROUP 54C .
1
• *2: For the CAN bus diagnosis chart, refer to GROUP 54C .
• *3: When the M.U.T.-III detects a diagnosis code, its display informs users whether a mechanical problem
currently exists or whether it existed before. The message for the former state identifies it as an "Active"
and the message for the latter identifies it as a "Stored".
• *4: For how to treat past trouble, refer to P.00-12.
• *5: For how to cope with intermittent malfunctions, refer to P.00-12.
• *6: For coding data, refer to P.00-27.
2. SYSTEM OPERATION AND SYMPTOM
VERIFICATION TESTS
If verification of the symptom(s) is difficult, procedures for checking operation and verifying symptoms
are shown.
3. DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION
Details specific to individual systems are described.
4. DIAGNOSIS CODE CHART
Diagnostic trouble codes and diagnostic items are
shown.
5. DIAGNOSIS CODE PROCEDURES
Indicates the inspection procedures corresponding to
each diagnosis code (Refer to How to Use Inspection
Procedures P.00-8).
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6. TROUBLE SYMPTOM CHART
HOW TO READ DIAGNOSIS CODE
If there are trouble symptoms even though the
M.U.T.-III does not find any diagnosis codes, Inspection procedures for each trouble symptom will be
found by means of this chart.
CAUTION
Before connecting or disconnecting the
M.U.T.-III, turn the ignition switch to the "LOCK"
(OFF) position.
Diagnosis connector
7. SYMPTOM PROCEDURES
Indicates the inspection procedures corresponding to
each symptom classified in the Symptom Chart
(Refer to How to Use Inspection Procedures P.00-8).
8. DATA LIST REFERENCE TABLE
Inspection items and normal judgement values have
been provided in this chart as reference information.
MB992745, MB991910
9. ACTUATOR TEST TABLE
The Actuator Test item numbers, inspection items,
and judgement values have been provided in this
chart as reference information.
MB992744, MB991824
10. CHECK AT ECU TERMINALS
Terminal numbers for the ECU connectors, inspection items, and judgement values have been provided in this chart as reference information.
MB992747, MB992748, MB991827
11. INSPECTION PROCEDURE BY USING
AN OSCILLOSCOPE
When there are inspection procedures using an
oscilloscope, these are described here.
DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION
M1001013401040
The diagnosis function retrieves diagnosis code and
data list by M.U.T.-III and enables the performance of
the actuator test.
• DIAGNOSIS CODE
• Data list output
• Actuator test
• Diagnosis deletion using M.U.T.-III
• Freeze frame data
• Status indication by diagnosis code
• ECU information display
NOTE: If a diagnosis code is set, the "status indication by diagnosis code" informs users whether a
mechanical problem currently exists (current trouble)
or whether it existed before but normal operation has
been restored (past trouble).
ACB05017 AB
Connect the M.U.T.-III to the 16-pin diagnosis connector, and read the diagnosis code.
NOTE: .
• For details on how to use the M.U.T.-III, refer to
the "M.U.T.-III operation manual."
1. Ensure that the ignition switch is at the "LOCK"
(OFF) position.
2. Start up the personal computer.
3. Connect special tool V.C.I.-Lite USB cable
(MB992747/MB992748) or M.U.T.-III USB cable
(MB991827) to V.C.I.-Lite (MB992744) or V.C.I.
(MB991824) and the personal computer.
4. Connect V.C.I.-Lite main harness A (MB992745)
or M.U.T.-III main harness A (MB991910) to the
V.C.I.-Lite or V.C.I.
5. Connect the V.C.I.-Lite main harness A or
M.U.T.-III main harness A to the diagnosis
connector of the vehicle.
NOTE: When the V.C.I.-Lite is connected to the
diagnosis connector, the V.C.I.-Lite indicator lamp
will be illuminated in a green colour.
6. Turn the V.C.I. power switch to the "ON" position.
<When using the V.C.I.>
NOTE: When the V.C.I. is energized, the V.C.I.
indicator lamp will be illuminated in a green colour.
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7. Start the M.U.T.-III system on the personal
computer and turn the ignition switch to the "ON"
position.
8. Read the diagnosis code.
9. Disconnecting the M.U.T.-III is the reverse of the
connecting sequence, making sure that the
ignition switch is at the "LOCK" (OFF) position.
ERASING DIAGNOSIS CODE
CAUTION
Before connecting or disconnecting the
M.U.T.-III, turn the ignition switch to the "LOCK"
(OFF) position.
Connect the M.U.T.-III to the diagnosis connector,
and erase the diagnosis code. The procedure is the
same as "How to Read Diagnosis Code ."
HOW TO USE THE INSPECTION
PROCEDURES
M1001013500862
The causes of many of the problems occurring in electric circuitry are generally the connectors, components,
the ECU, the wiring harnesses between connectors, in that order. These inspection procedures follow this
order. They first try to discover a problem with a connector or a defective component.
Explains about the basic
operation of the components.
Start of diagnosis
procedure
Describes
inspection
procedure.
Explains about
technical details.
Describes the
conditions for that
diagnosis code being
set.
Describes possible
causes(s) for that
diagnosis code.
AC701738AC
CURRENT TROUBLE
Indicates that the status is "Active" and the trouble is
currently present. Carry out troubleshooting as
described in the applicable inspection procedure.
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PAST TROUBLE
Indicates that the status is "Stored" and the trouble is
historic. Since the trouble may still be present, set
the vehicle to the diagnosis code detection condition
and check that the status changes to "Active". If the
status does not change from "Stored", observe the
applicable inspection procedure with particular
emphasis on connector(s) and wiring harness.
IF INSPECTING WITH THE CONNECTOR
CONNECTED <WATERPROOF
CONNECTORS>
CAUTION
Never insert a test probe from the harness side,
as this will reduce the waterproof performance
and result in corrosion.
HARNESS CHECK
Check for an open or short circuit in the harness
between the terminals which are faulty according to
the connector measurements. Carry out this inspection while referring to the Electrical Wiring Manual.
Here, "Check the wiring harness between the power
supply and terminal xx" also includes checking for
blown fuse. For inspection service points when there
is a blown fuse, refer to "Inspection Service Points
for a Blown Fuse P.00-11."
MEASURES TO TAKE AFTER REPLACING THE ECU
If the trouble symptoms have not disappeared even
after replacing the ECU, repeat the inspection procedure from the beginning.
Special tool
AC105597AB
Use the special tools such as test harness, harness
connector or check harness.
IF INSPECTING WITH THE CONNECTOR
CONNECTED <ORDINARY
(NON-WATERPROOF) CONNECTORS>
CONNECTOR MEASUREMENT SERVICE
POINTS
M1001013600405
CAUTION
During diagnosis, a diagnosis code associated
with other system may be set when the ignition
switch is turned on with connector(s) disconnected. On completion, confirm all systems for
diagnosis code(s). If diagnosis code(s) are set,
erase them all.
Turn the ignition switch to the "LOCK" (OFF) position
when connecting and disconnecting the connectors.
Turn the ignition switch to "ON" when measuring,
unless there are instructions to the contrary.
MB992006
AC105598AH
Inspect by inserting a test probe from the harness
side. If the connector is too small to insert a test
probe (e.g. control unit connector), do not insert it
forcibly. Use special tool extra fine probe
(MB992006).
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IF INSPECTING WITH THE CONNECTOR
DISCONNECTED <WHEN INSPECTING A
FEMALE PIN>
CAUTION
• Use special tool inspection harness
(MB991219). If the test bar is inserted forcibly,
it will cause a poor contact.
• If the connector is disconnected, a diagnosis
code may be stored for the system to be
checked or other systems.
Touch the pin directly with the test bar.
CONNECTOR INSPECTION SERVICE
POINTS
M1001013700286
VISUAL INSPECTION
•
Connector disconnected or
improperly connected
MB991219
Stretched or broken wires
AC105599 AB
Use inspection harness (MB991219) of special tool
harness set (MB991223).
IF INSPECTING WITH THE CONNECTOR
DISCONNECTED <WHEN INSPECTING A
MALE PIN>
CAUTION
• Be careful not to short the connector pins
with the test bars. To do so may damage the
circuits inside the ECU.
• If the connector is disconnected, a diagnosis
code may be stored for the system to be
checked or other systems.
Harness wire breakage
at terminal section
Low contact
pressure
Good
Bad
AC300896AB
Connector is disconnected or improperly connected
• Connector pins are pulled out
• Due to harness tension at terminal section
• Low contact pressure between male and female
terminals
• Low connection pressure due to rusted terminals
or foreign matter lodged in terminals
AC105600
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CONNECTOR PIN INSPECTION
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INSPECTION SERVICE POINTS FOR A
BLOWN FUSE
M1001013800261
CAUTION
A diagnosis code may be stored due to a blown
fuse.
AC300898
If the connector pin stopper is damaged, the terminal
connections (male and female pins) will not be perfect even if the connector body is connected, and the
pins may pull out of the reverse side of the connector. Therefore, gently pull the harnesses one by one
to make sure that no pins pull out of the connector.
CONNECTOR ENGAGEMENT
INSPECTION
MB991219
Battery
Fuse
Load
switch
Short-circuit
occurrence
section
Load
AC300900AB
AC300899AB
Use special tool inspection harness (MB991219)
(connector pin connection pressure inspection harness of the inspection harness set) to inspect the
engagement of the male pins and female pins. (Pin
drawing force: 1 N or more)
Remove the blown fuse and measure the resistance
between the load side of the blown fuse and the
earth. Close the switches of all circuits which are
connected to this fuse. If the resistance is almost 0 Ω
at this time, there is a short somewhere between
these switches and the load. If the resistance is not 0
Ω, there is no short at the present time, but a
momentary short has probably caused the fuse to
blow.
The main causes of a short circuit are the following.
• Harness being clamped by the vehicle body
• Damage to the outer casing of the harness due to
wear or heat
• Water getting into the connector or circuitry
• Human error (mistakenly shorting a circuit, etc.)
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HOW TO COPE WITH INTERMITTENT
MALFUNCTIONS
M1001013900268
weather conditions, frequency of occurrence and
trouble symptoms, and then try to recreate the trouble symptoms. Next, ascertain whether the reason
why the trouble symptom occurred under these conditions is due to vibration, temperature or some other
factor. If vibration is thought to be the cause, carry
out the following checks with the connectors and
components to confirm whether the trouble symptom
occurs. The objects to be checked are connectors
and components which are indicated by inspection
procedures or given as probable causes (which generates diagnosis codes or trouble symptoms).
• Gently shake the connector up, down and to the
left and right.
• Gently shake the wiring harness up, down and to
the left and right.
• Gently rock each sensor and relay, etc. by hand.
• Gently shake the wiring harness at suspensions
and other moving parts.
NOTE: If determining the cause is difficult, the drive
recorder function of the M.U.T.-III can also be used.
(For details on how to use the M.U.T.-III, refer to the
"M.U.T.-III operation manual).
HOW TO TREAT PAST TROUBLE
M1001014100470
AC300901
Intermittent malfunctions often occur under certain
conditions, and if these conditions can be ascertained, determining the cause becomes simple. In
order to ascertain the conditions under which an
intermittent malfunction occurs, first ask the customer for details about the driving conditions,
Since the trouble may still be present even the status
is "Stored", set the vehicle to the diagnosis code
detection condition and check that the status
changes to "Active". If the status does not change
from "Stored", carry out the following procedure.
1. Establish from the customer whether a fuse or
connector has been replaced or disconnected.
2. If yes, erase the diagnosis code, and then check
that no diagnostic code is reset. If no diagnosis
code is reset, the diagnosis is complete.
3. If no, follow the applicable Diagnosis Code Chart.
Then check the wiring harness and connector,
and refer to "How to Cope with Intermittent
Malfunction P.00-12 ."
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VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
MODELS
M1001000306758
VEHICLES FOR RUSSIA (EASTERN EUROPE COUNTRIES)
<2000>
Model code
GF2W
XTSHL6Z
Seating
capacity
Engine model
Transmission model
Fuel supply
system
5-persons
4B11 (1,998 mL)
DOHC MIVEC
petrol engine
F1CJA (Front wheel drive 2WD,
INVECS-III CVT with sport mode)
MPI
Seating
capacity
Engine model
Transmission model
Fuel supply
system
5-persons
4B12 (2,360 mL)
DOHC MIVEC
petrol engine
W1CJA (Electronic control 4WD,
INVECS-III CVT with sport mode)
MPI
XTSHZL6Z
<2400>
Model code
GF3W
XTHHZL6Z
W1CJA (Electronic control 4WD,
INVECS-III CVT with sport mode)
MODEL CODE
1
2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9
No. Item
Content
1
Development
GF
OUTLANDER
2
Engine type
2
2.0L MPI (4B11)
3
2.4L MPI (4B12)
10
3
Vehicle type
W
Station wagon
4
Body style
X
4-door with tailgate
5
Transmission type
T
CVT
6
Trim level (Price class)
S
INFORM <2000 − 2WD>
H
INVITE <2000 − 4WD>, INSTYLE <2400>
7
Engine specification
H
MIVEC (DOHC)
8
Special feature
None
2WD
Z
4WD
9
Steering wheel location
L
Left handle
10
Destination
6Z
Vehicles for Russia
ACB04331AB
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VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
(CHASSIS NUMBER)
M1001005602730
The vehicle identification number (chassis number)
is stamped or scratched on the toeboard inside the
engine compartment.
AC905326AB
CODE CHART
1 2 3 4
5
6
7
8
9 10
11
ACB04342
No. Item
Content
1
Country
J
Japan
2
Make
M
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
3
Destination
B
Vehicles for Europe, left handle drive
4
Body style
X
4-door with tailgate
5
Transmission type
T
CVT
6
Development order
GF OUTLANDER
7
Engine type
2
2.0L MPI (4B11)
3
2.4L MPI (4B12)
8
Vehicle type
W
Station wagon
9
Model year
D
2013 year
10
Plant
Z
Okazaki
11
Serial number
000001 to 999999
GENERAL
00-15
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
VEHICLE INFORMATION CODE PLATE
MANUFACTURER PLATE
M1001005403308
M1001017600678
1
MODEL
3
2
4
5
7
6
AC700309
AC708655AC
The manufacturer plate is riveted onto the underside
of the centre pillar on the right side.
CODE CHART
1
AC905413
2
3
4
5
6
AC905471AB
The vehicle information code plate is riveted to the
back of the hood.
AC701126AB
CODE CHART
No. Item
Example Content
No. Content
1
MODEL
GF2WXT GF2W: Vehicle model
HHZL6Z THHZL6Z: Model series
1
2
ENGINE
4B11
Engine model
3
EXT
A31A
Exterior code
2
Chassis No. (Vehicle identification number)
4
TRANS
AXLE
W1CJA
6466
W1CJA: Transmission
model
6466: Rear differential
final gear ratio (a decimal
point is omitted)
3
Gross vehicle weight
4
Gross combination weight
5
Gross axle weight front
6
Gross axle weight rear
ENGINE MODEL STAMPING
5
COLOUR A31
Body colour code
6
INT
12X
Interior code
7
OPT
Z34
Equipment code
WVTA No. (Whole vehicle type approval
number) <Vehicles for Europe>
None <Vehicles for Russia>
M1001005701165
AC507578
The engine model is stamped on the cylinder block.
These engine model numbers are as shown as follows.
GENERAL
00-16
GENERAL DATA AND SPECIFICATIONS
Engine model
Engine displacement
4B11
1,998 mL
4B12
2,360 mL
The engine serial number is stamped near the
engine model number.
Engine number
AA0201 to YY9999
GENERAL DATA AND SPECIFICATIONS
M1001000906954
8
1
2
3
7
4
6
9
5
ACB04339AB
<2000>
Item
INTENSE
GF2W
XTSHL6Z
Vehicle
Front track
dimension mm Overall width
XTSHZL6Z
1 1,540
1,540
2 1,800
1,800
Front overhang
3 955
955
Wheelbase
4 2,670
2,670
Rear overhang
5 1,030
1,030
Overall length
6 4,655
4,655
Ground clearance (unladen)
7 215
215
Overall height (unladen)
8 1,680
1,680
Rear track
9 1,540
1,540
Without full optional parts 1,415
1,480
With full optional parts
1,484
1,559
Gross vehicle weight
1,985
1,985
Gross axle weight rating-front
1,150
1,150
Gross axle weight rating-rear
1,250
1,250
Gross combination weight
3,665
3,665
Seating capacity
5
5
Engine
Model No.
4B11
4B11
Type
DOHC MIVEC
DOHC MIVEC
Total displacement mL
1,998
1,998
Max. output <EEC> kW/rpm
107/6,000
107/6,000
Max. torque <EEC> N⋅m/rpm
196/4,200
196/4,200
Fuel supply system
MPI
MPI
Vehicle weight Kerb weight
kg
Fuel system
GENERAL
00-17
GENERAL DATA AND SPECIFICATIONS
Item
INTENSE
GF2W
Transmission
XTSHL6Z
XTSHZL6Z
Model code
F1CJA
W1CJA
Type
Front wheel drive 2WD, Electronic control 4WD,
INVECS-III CVT with
INVECS-III CVT with
sport mode
sport mode
Turning radius Body
m
Wheel
<2400>
Item
5.73
5.73
5.3
5.3
INSTYLE
GF3W
XTHHZL6Z
Vehicle
Front track
dimension mm Overall width
1 1,540
2 1,800
Front overhang
3 955
Wheelbase
4 2,670
Rear overhang
5 1,030
Overall length
6 4,655
Ground clearance (unladen)
7 215
Overall height (unladen)
8 1,680
Rear track
9 1,680
Vehicle weight Kerb weight
kg
Without full optional parts 1,495
With full optional parts
1,569
Gross vehicle weight
2,210
Gross axle weight rating-front
1,150
Gross axle weight rating-rear
1,250
Gross combination weight
3,890
Seating capacity
5
Engine
Model No.
4B12
Type
DOHC MIVEC
Total displacement mL
2,360
Max. output <EEC> kW/rpm
123/6,000
Max. torque <EEC> N⋅m/rpm
222/4,100
Fuel system
Fuel supply system
MPI
Transmission
Model code
W1CJA
Type
Electronic control 4WD, INVECS-III CVT with
sport mode
Turning radius Body
m
Wheel
5.73
5.3
GENERAL
00-18
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
ABOUT THE DESCRIPTION OF THE
IGNITION SWITCH
M1001020400038
In this manual, the engine switch of vehicles with
KOS and the ignition switch of vehicle without KOS
are described as an ignition switch. (However, not
"ignition switch", but "engine switch" is described in
the GROUP 42B-KOS)
Power supply mode by the engine switch operation
When the engine switch is pressed, the power supply
mode changes according to the shift position and
brake pedal operation state.
Shift position
Brake pedal operation
Power supply mode at engine switch operation
P position
Released
Every time the switch is pressed, the power supply mode
changes from OFF to ACC to ON to OFF.
Depressed
While the power supply mode is OFF, the engine is started
when the switch is pressed.
While the power supply mode is ACC, the engine is started
when the switch is pressed.
While the power supply mode is ON, the engine is started
when the switch is pressed.
Other than P
position
Depressed or released
When the switch is pressed after the engine is started, the
power supply mode is turned OFF (the engine stops).
Depressed or released
When the switch is pressed while the power supply mode is
ACC, the power supply mode is turned ON.
When the switch is pressed while the power supply mode is
ON, the power supply mode is turned to ACC.
When the switch is pressed after the engine is started, the
power supply mode is turned to ACC.
ENGINE SWITCH INDICATOR
Check that the engine switch indicator is switched as
follows in each power supply mode and when an
error is detected.
INDICATOR
Power supply mode and at
error detection
Indicator
AC904994AB
INDICATOR
OFF
Extinguished
ACC
Illuminated in orange
ON
Illuminated in green
ON (after engine start)
Extinguished at 3 seconds after the engine is
started
System error
Flashes in orange
Special operation mode *
Flashes in green (when ACC and ON only)
NOTE: *: The special operation mode indicates that
OSS-ECU is brand new.
GENERAL
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM
(SRS)
M1001011601662
SRS AND SEAT BELT WITH PRE-TENSIONER
CAUTION
Items to review when servicing SRS:
1. Be sure to read GROUP 52B − Supplemental
Restraint System (SRS). For safe operation,
please follow the directions and heed all
warnings.
2. Wait at least 60 seconds after disconnecting
the battery cable before doing any further
work. The SRS system is designed to retain
enough voltage to deploy the air bag even
after the battery has been disconnected. Serious injury may result from unintended air bag
deployment if work is done on the SRS system immediately after the battery cable is disconnected.
3. Warning/Caution labels must be heeded when
servicing or handling SRS components.
Warning labels can be found in the following
locations. (Refer to WARNING/CAUTION
LABELS .)
4. Always use the designated special tools and
test equipment.
5. Store components removed from the SRS in a
clean and dry place. The air bag module
should be stored on a flat surface and placed
so that the pad surface is facing upward. Do
not place anything on top of it.
6. Never attempt to disassemble or repair the
SRS components (SRS-ECU, air bag module
and clock spring).
7. Whenever you finish servicing the SRS, check
the SRS warning lamp operation to make sure
that the system functions properly.
8. Be sure to deploy the air bag before disposing of the air bag module or disposing of a
vehicle equipped with an air bag (Refer to
GROUP 52B − Air Bag Module Disposal Procedures).
Observe the following when carrying out operations on places where SRS components are
installed, including operations not directly
related to the SRS air bag.
1. When removing or installing parts, do not
allow any impact or shock to the SRS components.
2. If heat damage may occur during paint work,
remove the SRS-ECU, the air bag module,
00-19
clock spring, the front impact sensor, the side
impact sensor, and the seat belt pre-tensioner.
• SRS-ECU, air bag module, clock spring,
front impact sensor, the side impact sensor: 93 °C or more
• Seat belt pre-tensioner: 90 °C or more
VEHICLES WITH AIR CONDITIONER
M1001011300088
CAUTION
Never start the engine with the refrigerant system
empty as it will damage the A/C compressor.
GENERAL
00-20
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
MULTI USE TESTER (M.U.T.-III) SUB
ASSEMBLY
M1001012400572
MULTI USE TESTER (M.U.T.-III)
sub assembly
MULTI USE TESTER (M.U.T.-III)
Vehicle communication interface-Lite
(V.C.I.-Lite)
Vehicle communication interface (V.C.I.)
MB992744
V.C.I.-Lite main harness A
MB991824
M.U.T.-III USB cable
MB992745
MB991827
V.C.I.-Lite main harness B
M.U.T.-III main harness A
Do not use
MB992746
MB991910
V.C.I.-Lite USB cable short
M.U.T.-III main harness B
Do not use
MB992747
MB991911
V.C.I.-Lite USB cable long
M.U.T.-III adapter harness
MB992748
MB991825
ACB05419 AB
• Both the special tool V.C.I. (MB991824) and the
special tool V.C.I.-Lite (MB992744) can be used.
M.U.T.-III trigger harness
MB991826
AC305090AJ
CAUTION
For the V.C.I., use MB991827 and MB991910. For
the V.C.I.-Lite, use MB992745, MB992747 and
MB992748.
• Refer to the "M.U.T.-III OPERATION MANUAL"
for instructions on handling the M.U.T.-III.
GENERAL
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
CAUTION
Turn the ignition switch to the "LOCK" (OFF)
position before connecting or disconnecting the
M.U.T.-III.
Diagnosis connector
00-21
SERVICING ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
M1001011900314
CAUTION
Before connecting or disconnecting the negative
(−) cable, be sure to turn off the ignition switch
and the lighting switch (If this is not done, there
is the possibility of semiconductor parts being
damaged).
MB992745, MB991910
MB992744, MB991824
AC300693
Before replacing a component related to the electrical system and before undertaking any repair procedures involving the electrical system, be sure to first
disconnect the negative (−) cable from the battery in
order to avoid damage caused by short-circuiting.
MB992747, MB992748, MB991827
ACB05017 AB
Connect the M.U.T.-III to the diagnosis connector as
shown in the illustration.
HOW TO SHIFT LOCK FORCED RELEASE
M1001018100290
If the shift lever cannot be moved from the P position
due to discharged battery or similar reasons, release
the shift lock by observing the procedure below.
ACB05531AB
Remove the cover as shown, then insert a straight
blade (or flat-tipped screwdriver) into the shift lock
release hole, and move the selector lever while
pressing the blade down.
HOW TO PERFORM CHASSIS NUMBER (CHASSIS NO.) WRITING FOR ENGINE-ECU,
KOS-ECU AND ETACS-ECU
M1001011400814
Follow the procedure below to register the Chassis No. of the ETACS-ECU and the Keyless Operation System (KOS).
Chassis No. is stored in the engine-ECU, ETACS-ECU, and the KOS-ECU. If the Chassis No. is improperly
erased, the engine warning lamp or the keyless operation system warning indicator illuminates, and the diagnosis code is displayed. When the engine-ECU, ETACS-ECU, and the KOS-ECU are replaced, follow the
procedure below to write the Chassis No.
GENERAL
00-22
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
<When Engine-ECU
is replaced (Vehicles
without KOS)>
System Select
KOS/IMMO/Keyless
Special Function
ENG Key Code
&Chassis No/
VIN Reg
OK
Engine Key Code
Registration Completed
OK
<When Engine-ECU
is replaced (Vehicles
with KOS)>
<When ETACS-ECU
is replaced>
System Select
System Select
System Select
MPII/GDI/DIESEL
KOS/IMMO/Keyless
ETACS
Coding
Coding
Coding
Chassis No. /VIN Writing
Chassis No. /VIN Writing
Chassis No. /VIN Writing
Chassis No. Registration
Confirmation
OK
Chassis No. Registration
Confirmation
OK
Chassis No. Registration
Confirmation
OK
Chassis No. Registration
Completed
Chassis No. Registration
Completed
Chassis No. Registration
Completed
OK
Engine Chassis No.
Registration
<When ETACS-ECU
or KOS-ECU are
replaced>
Result of Chassis No.
Registration
OK
Result of Chassis No.
Registration
OK
Result of Chassis No.
Registration
OK
Engine Chassis No.
Registration
Confirmation
OK
Engine Chassis No.
Registration
Completed
OK
Result of Engine
Chassis No.
Registration
ACC00417 AB
NOTE: .
• Chassis number writing of the OSS ECU and ESL ECU is described in "Keyless Operation System
(KOS)". (Refer to GROUP 42B − On-vehicle Service <OSS ECU> .)
• Perform the variant coding of the engine-ECU when the chassis No. or the vehicle identification number is
registered to the engine-ECU.
GENERAL
00-23
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
ENGINE KEY CODE AND CHASSIS
NUMBER (CHASSIS NO.) REGISTRATION STEPS FOR THE ENGINE-ECU
<VEHICLES WITHOUT KOS>
CAUTION
• Check that diagnosis code No.P0603 "EEPROM fail" is not set. When diagnosis code No.
P0603 "EEPROM fail" is set, the engine-ECU
cannot store engine key code and chassis No.
even if the engine key code and chassis No.
are registered. If this diagnosis code is set,
troubleshoot the engine-ECU and repair, and
then register the engine key code and chassis
No. to the engine-ECU.
• Before connecting or disconnecting the
M.U.T.-III, turn the ignition switch to the
"LOCK" (OFF) position.
Diagnosis connector
5. Connect the V.C.I.-Lite main harness A or
M.U.T.-III main harness A to the diagnosis
connector of the vehicle.
NOTE: When the V.C.I.-Lite is connected to the
diagnosis connector, the V.C.I.-Lite indicator lamp
will be illuminated in a green colour.
6. Turn the V.C.I. power switch to the "ON" position.
<When using the V.C.I.>
NOTE: When the V.C.I. is energized, the V.C.I.
indicator lamp will be illuminated in a green colour.
7. Start the M.U.T.-III system on the personal
computer and turn the ignition switch to the "ON"
position.
8. Select "KOS/IMMO/Keyless" button from the
"System Select" screen. Then, select the
applicable option code item and push the OK
button.
• The display of "Special Function" screen
changes, depending on the contents of the
option. For vehicles with KOS, select
"KOS&Immobi." For vehicles without KOS, select
"Immobi&Keyless."
9. Select "Special Function" on the next screen.
Option: When Immobi & Keyless is selected
KOS/IMMO/Keyless
MB992745, MB991910
ENG Key Code&
Chassis No./VIN Reg
MB992744, MB991824
AC801055AD
MB992747, MB992748, MB991827
ACB05017 AB
Connect the M.U.T.-III to the 16-pin diagnosis connector as follows.
NOTE: For details on how to use the M.U.T.-III, refer
to the "M.U.T.-III User's Manual."
1. Ensure that the ignition switch is at the "LOCK"
(OFF) position.
2. Start up the personal computer.
3. Connect special tool V.C.I.-Lite USB cable
(MB992747/MB992748) or M.U.T.-III USB cable
(MB991827) to V.C.I.-Lite (MB992744) or V.C.I.
(MB991824) and the personal computer.
4. Connect V.C.I.-Lite main harness A (MB992745)
or M.U.T.-III main harness A (MB991910) to the
V.C.I.-Lite or V.C.I.
10.Select "ENG Key Code&Chassis No./VIN Reg."
from the "Special Function" screen.
KOS/IMMO/Keyless
ENG Key Code&Chassis No./VIN Reg
Key Code Registration to Engine-ECU
OK button
AC509803 AC
11.Push the OK button after "Key Code Registration
to Engine-ECU" is displayed.
GENERAL
00-24
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
12.Push the OK button after "Completed. Press the
OK button and move to Chassis No./VIN writing
function." is displayed.
*****************
*****************
AC700604AB
13.Enter the Chassis No./VIN of registering vehicle
and push the OK button.
14.Push the OK button after "Chassis No./VIN
Writing will start. Are you sure?" is displayed.
15.Return to the previous screen and "In Progress" is
displayed at the lower-left corner on the screen.
16.Push the OK button after "Completed." is
displayed.
CHASSIS NUMBER (CHASSIS NO.) REGISTRATION STEPS FOR THE
ENGINE-ECU <VEHICLES WITH KOS>
CAUTION
• Check that diagnosis code No.P0603 "EEPROM fail" is not set. When diagnosis code No.
P0603 "EEPROM fail" is set, the engine-ECU
cannot store engine key code and chassis No.
even if the engine key code and chassis No.
are registered. If this diagnosis code is set,
troubleshoot the engine-ECU and repair, and
then register the engine key code and chassis
No. to the engine-ECU.
• Before connecting or disconnecting the
M.U.T.-III, turn the ignition switch to the
"LOCK" (OFF) position.
Diagnosis connector
MB992745, MB991910
Result of Chassis No./VIN Writing
MB992744, MB991824
Chassis No./VIN
*****************
*****************
AC700605AD
17.Chassis No./VIN writing result is displayed.
18.Complete the M.U.T.-III.
19.Disconnecting the M.U.T.-III is the reverse of the
connecting sequence, making sure that the
ignition switch is at the "LOCK" (OFF).
20.Push the OK button after "Completed." is
displayed.
21.Terminate the M.U.T.-III.
22.Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK (OFF)
position and then disconnect the M.U.T.-III.
MB992747, MB992748, MB991827
ACB05017 AB
Connect the M.U.T.-III to the 16-pin diagnosis connector as follows.
NOTE: For details on how to use the M.U.T.-III, refer
to the "M.U.T.-III operation manual."
1. Start up the personal computer.
2. Connect special tool V.C.I.-Lite USB cable
(MB992747/MB992748) or M.U.T.-III USB cable
(MB991827) to V.C.I.-Lite (MB992744) or V.C.I.
(MB991824) and the personal computer.
3. Connect V.C.I.-Lite main harness A (MB992745)
or M.U.T.-III main harness A (MB991910) to the
V.C.I.-Lite or V.C.I.
4. Connect the V.C.I.-Lite main harness A or
M.U.T.-III main harness A to the diagnosis
connector of the vehicle.
GENERAL
00-25
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
NOTE: When the V.C.I.-Lite is connected to the
diagnosis connector, the V.C.I.-Lite indicator lamp
will be illuminated in a green colour.
5. Turn the V.C.I. power switch to the "ON" position.
<When using the V.C.I.>
NOTE: When the V.C.I. is energized, the V.C.I.
indicator lamp will be illuminated in a green colour.
6. Start the M.U.T.-III system on the personal
computer and turn the ignition switch to the "ON"
position.
7. Select "MPI/GDI/DIESEL" button from the
"System Select" screen.
POWERTRAIN
MPI/GDI/DIESEL
• For vehicles without KOS, select " Without immobilizer or OSS equipped model".
MPI/GDI/DIESEL
Coding
Chassis No./VIN Writing
Current Chassis No./VIN
New Chassis No./VIN
OK button
ACB05859 AC
11.Enter the chassis number in the New Chassis No.
frame. Confirm the number and press the OK
button.
VIN Writing
Chassis No./VIN Writing
Chassis No./VIN Writing will start.
Are you sure?
OK button
ACB05854
8. Select "Coding" on the next screen.
ACB05860 AB
POWERTRAIN
MPI/GDI/DIESEL
Chassis No./VIN Writing
12.Following the instruction on the screen, press the
OK button to execute the chassis number writing.
Coding
Chassis No./VIN Information
Chassis No./VIN Writing
Completed.
ACB05856 AB
OK button
9. Select "Chassis No./VIN Writing" screen.
ACB05861AB
MPI/GDI/DIESEL Coding
Chassis No./VIN Writing
13.Push the OK button after "Completed." is
displayed.
Select equipment
With immobilizer
(except OSS equipped model)
Without immobilizer or OSS
equipped model
MPI/GDI/DIESEL
Coding
Chassis No./VIN Writing
Please select appropriate equipment.
OK button
Chassis
No./VIN
Chassis
No.
ACB05857AB
10.Select whether the vehicle is equipped with
immobilizer system or not.
• For vehicles with KOS, select "With immobilizer
(except OSS equipped model)".
ACB05862 AB
GENERAL
00-26
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
14.On the writing result confirmation screen, check
that the chassis number is written, and finish the
registration.
CHASSIS NO. WRITING STEPS FOR
ETACS-ECU AND KOS-ECU
CAUTION
• Before the chassis No. registration to
ETACS-ECU, check that the chassis Nos. of
engine-ECU and vehicle are matched.
• Check that diagnosis code No. B2416 "ECU
internal error" is not set. When diagnosis
code No. B2416 "ECU internal error" is set,
the ETACS-ECU and the KOS-ECU cannot
store the Chassis No. even if the Chassis No.
is written. If this diagnosis code is set, troubleshoot the immobilizer system or the
KOS-ECU and repair, and then write the Chassis No. to the ETACS-ECU or the KOS-ECU.
• Before connecting or disconnecting the
M.U.T.-III, turn the ignition switch to the
"LOCK" (OFF) position.
Diagnosis connector
3. Connect V.C.I.-Lite main harness A (MB992745)
or M.U.T.-III main harness A (MB991910) to the
V.C.I.-Lite or V.C.I.
4. Connect the V.C.I.-Lite main harness A or
M.U.T.-III main harness A to the diagnosis
connector of the vehicle.
NOTE: When the V.C.I.-Lite is connected to the
diagnosis connector, the V.C.I.-Lite indicator lamp
will be illuminated in a green colour.
5. Turn the V.C.I. power switch to the "ON" position.
<When using the V.C.I.>
NOTE: When the V.C.I. is energized, the V.C.I.
indicator lamp will be illuminated in a green colour.
6. Start the M.U.T.-III system on the personal
computer and turn the ignition switch to the "ON"
position.
7. Select "KOS/IMMO/Keyless" button from the
"System Select" screen. Then, select the
applicable option code item and push the OK
button.
• For vehicles with KOS, select "KOS&Immobi."
For vehicles without KOS, select "Immobi&Keyless."
8. Select "Coding" on the next screen.
System Select IMMOBI/KOS/Keyless Coding
Chassis No.
/VIN
Writing
Chassis
No.
Writing
MB992745, MB991910
MB992744, MB991824
Please select function.
AC509821AC
9. Select "Chassis No. /VIN Writing" on "Coding"
screen.
IMMOBI/KOS/Keyless Coding
MB992747, MB992748, MB991827
Chassis
ChassisNo.
No.Writing
/VIN Writing
ACB05017 AB
Chassis
Writing
Chassis
No.No.
/VIN
Writing
Connect the M.U.T.-III to the 16-pin diagnosis connector as follows.
NOTE: For details on how to use the M.U.T.-III, refer
to the "M.U.T.-III operation manual."
1. Start up the personal computer.
2. Connect special tool V.C.I.-Lite USB cable
(MB992747/MB992748) or M.U.T.-III USB cable
(MB991827) to V.C.I.-Lite (MB992744) or V.C.I.
(MB991824) and the personal computer.
Chassis
No./VIN
(Engine
Chassis No.
(EngineECU)
ECU)
00000000000000000
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Chassis
currently
written
in Engine
ECUECU
is displayed.
Chassis
No.No.
/VIN
currently
written
in Engine
displayed.
Writethe
thenumber
numberdisplayed
displayed on the screen in
Write
in Immobilizer
ImmobilizerKOS/ECU.
KOS/ECU.
OK button
Press the OK button to execute.
AC509822AD
10.Push the OK button after the Chassis No./VIN
written in the engine-ECU is displayed.
GENERAL
00-27
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
11.Push the OK button after "Chassis No./VIN
Writing will start. Are you sure?" is displayed.
12.Push the OK button after "Completed." is
displayed.
Diagnosis connector
IMMOBI/KOS/Keyless Coding Chassis
ChassisNo.
No.Writing
/VIN Writing
Result
chassis
No.
Writing
Result
of of
chassis
No.
/VIN
Writing
Chassis
No.
Writing
Chassis
No.
/VIN
Writing
00000000000000000
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MB992745, MB991910
MB992744, MB991824
AC509823 AC
13.Result of Chassis No./VIN writing is displayed.
14.Resister the other ID code. (Refer to GROUP
42A, On-vehicle service − ID Codes Registration
Procedure <Vehicles without KOS>, GROUP
42B, On-vehicle service − ID Codes Registration
Procedure <Vehicles with KOS> or GROUP 54A,
On-vehicle service − ID Codes Registration
Procedure <Vehicles without KOS>.)
CODING LIST
M1001015001866
CAUTION
With the ETACS functions being customised, if
any of the ETACS-ECU variant coding and option
coding items are changed, the customised contents are reset. In such case, the functions need
to be recustomised.
Before troubleshooting, check that the coding data
written into the engine-ECU, SRS-ECU and
ETACS-ECU are normal. If they are not the same as
the initial settings, various functions and systems do
not work normally.
VARIANT CODING
The coding data can be checked by operating
M.U.T.-III.
MB992747, MB992748, MB991827
ACB05017 AB
NOTE: For details on how to use the M.U.T.-III, refer
to the "M.U.T.-III operation manual."
1. Ensure that the ignition switch is at the "LOCK"
(OFF) position.
2. Start up the personal computer.
3. Connect special tool V.C.I.-Lite USB cable
(MB992747/MB992748) or M.U.T.-III USB cable
(MB991827) to V.C.I.-Lite (MB992744) or V.C.I.
(MB991824) and the personal computer.
4. Connect V.C.I.-Lite main harness A (MB992745)
or M.U.T.-III main harness A (MB991910) to the
V.C.I.-Lite or V.C.I.
5. Connect the V.C.I.-Lite main harness A or
M.U.T.-III main harness A to the diagnosis
connector of the vehicle.
NOTE: When the V.C.I.-Lite is connected to the
diagnosis connector, the V.C.I.-Lite indicator lamp
will be illuminated in a green colour.
6. Turn the V.C.I. power switch to the "ON" position.
<When using the V.C.I.>
NOTE: When the V.C.I. is energized, the V.C.I.
indicator lamp will be illuminated in a green colour.
7. Start the M.U.T.-III system on the personal
computer and turn the ignition switch to the "ON"
position.
8. On the system selection screen, select
"MPI/GDI/DIESEL" to check the engine-ECU
data, "SRS-AIR BAG" to check the SRS-ECU
data, and "ETACS" to check the ETACS-ECU
data.
GENERAL
00-28
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
9. Select "Coding."
10.Select "Coding Information & Copy."
11.If the displayed coding information is different
from the corresponding initial setting in the list,
replace the ECU with a correctly coded one. For
replacement of the engine-ECU, refer to GROUP
13A − Engine-ECU . For replacement of the
SRS-ECU, refer to GROUP 52B − SRS Control
Unit . For replacement of the ETACS-ECU, refer
to GROUP 54A − ETACS .
Item name
ENGINE ECU CODING DATA LIST
NOTE: The items to be displayed may differ depending on the version of the M.U.T.-III.
Final drive
Initial value
2WD
4WD
Final gear ratio
6.466
Tyre circumference
2155mm
IMMOBILIZER
Present
Auto Stop & Go (AS&G)
Not present
ABS
Not present <Vehicles with ASC>
Present <Vehicles without ASC>
A.S.C.
Not present <Vehicles without ASC>
Present <Vehicles with ASC>
EPS
Present
ECO indicator
Not present
Adaptive cruise control
Not present
ECO mode switch
Not present
Power window(DR)
Not present
Power window(AS)
Not present
Power window(RR)
Not present
Power window(RL)
Not present
Power window(RP)
Not present
Sun roof
Not present or Present
M/T temperature sensor
Not present
Cruise control
Not present or Present
Speed limit function
Not present
Cruise control option coding
Not accept
Speed limit function OP coding
Not accept
S/W variation
No.1
*2
SRS-ECU CODING DATA LIST
NOTE: The items to be displayed may differ depending on the version of the M.U.T.-III.
Item name
Initial value
DR airbag squib(1st)
Present
PS airbag squib(1st)
Present
GENERAL
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
Item name
Initial value
DR airbag squib(2nd)
Not present
PS airbag squib(2nd)
Not present
DR pretensioner squib
Present
PS pretensioner squib
Present
PS lap pretensioner squib
Present
RH side airbag squib
Not present or Present
LH side airbag squib
Not present or Present
RH curtain airbag squib
Not present or Present
LH curtain airbag squib
Not present or Present
DR knee airbag squib
Not present or Present
Occupant classification module
Not present
DR seat position sensor
Not present
Seatbelt warning indicator(CAN)
Not present
PS cut off SW
Present
DR buckle SW (mecha)
Not present
DR buckle SW (hall)
Not present
PS buckle SW (mecha)
Not present
PS buckle SW (hall)
Not present
Passenger's SRS OFF lamp
Present
Passenger's SRS ON lamp
Present
LH front G sensor
Present
RH front G sensor
Present
RH side sensor B-pillar
Not present or Present
LH side sensor B-pillar
Not present or Present
RH side sensor C-pillar
Not present
LH side sensor C-pillar
Not present
Roll over sensor
Not present
Disposal
Present
High volt.cutoff
Not present
Emergency call
Not present
2nd seat(RH) pretensioner squib
Not present
2nd seat(LH) pretensioner squib
Not present
Crash parameter flag(#0)
ON
Crash parameter flag(#1)
OFF
Crash parameter flag(#2)
OFF
Crash parameter flag(#3)
OFF
Crash parameter flag(#4)
OFF
Crash parameter flag(#5)
OFF
Crash parameter flag(#6)
OFF
Crash parameter flag(#7)
OFF
00-29
00-30
GENERAL
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
ETACS-ECU CODING DATA LIST
NOTE: The items to be displayed may differ depending on the version of the M.U.T.-III.
Item name
Initial value
Vehicle line
NEW SUV
Model year
(Displays the model year)
Handle side
LHD
Destination
EUR
Transmission
CVT <CVT>
Engine type
4B11 D4 MIVEC <4B11>
4B12 D4 MIVEC <4B12>
Smart entry system
Not present or Type B
Keyless entry*2
Present
Immobilizer
Type A
WCM/KOS
Not present or Present
Panic Alarm*2
Disable
OSS
Not present or Present
KOS LF output
Type 3
KOS SW type(Gate/trunk)
Gate 2SW
Engine Type for OSS
Undefined or Gasoline
Transmission Type for OSS
Undefined
TPMS*1
Not present
TPMS information
N/A
TPMS Off mode function
Not present
AUDIO*2
Not present or Present
AND*2
Not present or Present
Destination for HFM
EUR
Entertainment Vehicle Line
NEW SUV
Entertainment model year
(Displays the model year)
Radio Frequency*2
EUR
Number of speaker*2
Premium RF or 6 speakers
AUX equipment
Not Present
KOS door entry type
Switch
Corner sensor control unit
Not present or Present
CAMERA
Not present
Rear view camera
Not present or Present
Nose view camera
Not present
Left side view camera
Not present
FCM function
Not present
FCM type
Undefined
GENERAL
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
Item name
Initial value
ACCS type
Undefined
ACCS
Not present
ACCS function
Not present
Remote engine starter*2
Present/Chg Ok
IG key illumination
W/ getting off
Comfort flasher type
Present/Chg Ok
Trailer turn detection
Present
Front wiper*2
Speed Sensitive or Rain Sensitive
After wipe customize
Enable(def.D)
Rear wiper mode
With Lo control
Rear wiper by reverse customize
Enable(d.FR/RR)
Auto fold mirror
Keyless/KOS
Manner switch*2
Not present/ChgNg
Auto lamp control*2
No/Chg Ng or Hi RLS/Chg Ng
Coming home lamp customize
Enable(def.E)
Welcome lamp customize
Enable(d.Small)
Room lamp delay timer/door & H/L
Short
Room lamp by H/L
Full
Gate/Trunk lamp
Mode-2 (cargo)
Head lamp auto cut
Enable
Head lamp auto cut mode
B-spec
Door Unlock Mode Customize*2
Customize Enable
Door unlock by IG lock customize
Enable(def.D)
Key reminder unlock
Disable
Horn chirp by keyless
Not Present/ChgNg
Security alarm function
NotPresent/ChgNg
Security alarm mode
Not present
Pre-alarm
Not present
Security alarm sensor
Not present
Security alarm siren
Not present
Security sensor gain setting
Type 1
Siren answer
Disable
MiEV REMOTE-ECU*2
Not present
Security type(MiEV REMOTE)*2
Not Present
Security alarm(MiEV REMOTE)
Not present
Door control(MiEV REMOTE)
Not present
Panic Alarm control(MiEV REMOTE)
Not present
Position lamp cont.(MiEV REMOTE)
Not present
Head lamp control(MiEV REMOTE)
Not present
00-31
00-32
GENERAL
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
Item name
Initial value
Horn control(MiEV REMOTE)
Not present
Battery reminder(MiEV REMOTE)
Not present
Battery charge(MiEV REMOTE)
Not present
Pre-A/C control(MiEV REMOTE)
Not present
Power window type
Type 5(NAFTA)
Power window Dr
Not present
Power window As
Not present
Power window RR
Not present
Power window RL
Not present
Multi mode RKE
Disable or Enable
Gate/Trunk
Gate type
RLS overwipe type
Type 2
RLS WS type
Type 2 (Green)
RLS
Not present or Present
RLS Communication Type
LIN
LDW equipment status
Not Present
LDW Parameter status
Not parameter
LDW production setup status
Not Present
LDW
Not present
ORC
Present
DRL*1 type
DRL not present
DRL function*2
NotPresent/ChgNg
Electric Slide door (Left)
Not present
Electric Slide door (Right)
Not present
Sun roof type
Not present or Type S2
Sun roof
Not present or Present
Rear S/R unlock output
Not present
ETG
Not present or Present
Head lamp
4 beams
Head lamp washer
Disable or Popup2 w/ washer
Fold mirror
Disable or Enable
Front fog lamp mode
B spec.
Front fog lamp*2
Not present or Present
Rear fog lamp*2
Present/ChgNg
Door lock system
B-Spec/exceptUSH
Gate/trunk opener mode
Present(Type 1)
Horn type*2
Dual horn
H/L leveling type
Not present or 2 height sensor
Head Lamp Leveling system type
NEW SUV
*2
GENERAL
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
Item name
Initial value
Rear wiper
Wiper washer check
Enable
bulb*2
Present
Intelligent/Comfort washer custom
Enable(def.D)
ESS by turn lamp
Not present
Turn signal bulb
21W+21W+5W or 21/21/21/21/0.36
ESL
Not present or Present
Final drive
Front Drive <2WD>
4WD FF Base <4WD>
T/M oil cooler
Not present
S-AWC
Not present or Present
TCM
Present
Shift lock
Present
Transmission control type
Def./Not present
Average speed
Not available or Available
Coolant temp gauge threshold
Normal
Vehicle language status
Russian
Fuel consumption scale
L/100 km
Tire circumference
2155mm
Frost warning threshold
EUR
Distance to empty
Available
Average fuel consumption
Available
Instant fuel consumption
Available
Seat belt reminder logic
Except EU
Rear door type
HINGE
Shift Display Layout
LHD
Trip autoreset IG OFF
Available
GCC speed alarm indicator
Not present
AS&G status
Not present
Gear shift reminder
Not present
Reverse alarm
Not available
Seat belt reminder control type
Non AABT
Charging Time Display
Not present
Seat belt reminder indicator
D&P independent
Key reminder
Not available
Brake vacuum warning
Not present
GCC speed alarm
Not available
Rent-a-car mode IG-OFF always
Available
S-AWC Control display
Not available
Service reminder schedule table
Normal
Display opening type
MMC
00-33
00-34
GENERAL
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
Item name
Initial value
Language mode
Available
Fuel tank type
Type 0 or Type 1
GSI system
Not present
Launch gear block alarm
Not present
Service reminder for month
12 month
Service reminder for km
20000km
Service reminder for mile
12500mile
Drive mode
Not present or Present
A/C control type
EUR
ECO gauge
Not present
ECO score
Not present
Electric motor switch reminder
Not present
Gate/Trunk
Gate type
Steering Wheel Switch
Not present or Present
Distance to empty(PHEV)
Not present
Energy Flow
Not present
EV ratio
Not present
Outside temperature
Present
ECO SW(Except for PHEV)
Not present
OCM
Not present
A/C
Present
Indirect lamp
Not present
Room lamp Centre Switch
Not present
Compressor type*2
Type 1
Temperature type
Celsius
Option Heater
No present
Indirect lamp
Type1/No present
Heater Control Panel Type
Single LCD or Dual LCD
EPS
Present
EPS type
Type 1
ABS
Not present <Vehicles with ASC>
Present <Vehicles without ASC>
Vehicle Type for A.S.C.
Not present <Vehicles without ASC>
Type 1 <2.0/2.4L 2WD>
Type 2 <2.0/2.4L 4WD>
Brake Type for A.S.C.
Not present <Vehicles without ASC>
Type 1 <Vehicles with ASC>
HBA Type
Not present <Vehicles without ASC>
Type 1 <Vehicles with ASC>
GENERAL
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
Item name
Initial value
ABS Type
Not present <Vehicles without ASC>
00-35
Type 1 <Vehicles with ASC>
TCL Type
Not present <Vehicles without ASC>
Type 9 <2.0L CVT>
Type 10 <2.4L CVT>
A.S.C. Type
Not present <Vehicles without ASC>
Type 1 <Vehicles with ASC>
A.S.C.
Not present <Vehicles without ASC>
Present <Vehicles with ASC>
HSA Type
Not present <Vehicles without HSA>
Type 1 <Vehicles with HSA>
AS&G brake hold Type
Not present
Brake prefill
Not present
Brake fade support
Not present
S-AWC Brake
Not present
Enhanced TCL
Not present
TSA Type
Not present
ACC Type for A.S.C.
Not present
FCM Type for A.S.C.
Not present
Engine power
Normal
Water separate warning
Not present
Cooling fan
Relay control
Auto Stop & Go (AS&G)
Not present
EV
Not present
ETG Buzzer
Not present
ETG Answerback
Not present
NOTE: .
• *1 : TPMS is an abbreviation of Tyre Pressure
Monitoring System, DRL of Daytime Running
Lamp.
*2
• : The setting can be changed by the option
coding. Refer to P.00-35.
OPTION CODING
CAUTION
• If there is any item indicated by the option
coding after equipment change, set
ETACS-ECU so that the option coding data
corresponds with the equipment content. Pay
attention to that the concerned functions and
systems do not work normally if the setting
does not correspond with the equipment.
• With the ETACS functions being customised,
if any of the ETACS-ECU option coding items
are changed, the customised contents are
reset. In such case, the functions need to be
recustomised.
The ETACS-ECU option coding data can be checked
or changed by operating M.U.T.-III.
• How to check option coding data
1. Connect the M.U.T.-III. Refer to P.00-27.
00-36
GENERAL
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
2. Select "MPI/GDI/DIESEL" or "ETACS" on the
system selection screen.
3. Select "Coding."
4. Select "Option Coding Information."
5. Check the displayed option coding information.
• How to change option coding data
1. Connect the M.U.T.-III. Refer to P.00-27.
2. Select "MPI/GDI/DIESEL" or "ETACS" on the
system selection screen.
3. Select "Coding."
4. Select "Option Coding."
5. Change to correct option coding data.
INITIALISATION PROCEDURE FOR
LEARNING VALUE IN MPI ENGINE
M1001011701517
Initialise learning values in the MPI engine when one
of the following service operations is performed.
• At replacing engine assembly *
• At replacing injector and at cleaning
• At replacing throttle body and at cleaning
• At replacing detonation sensor
NOTE: *: Initialise CVT related learning value.
INITIALISATION PROCEDURE
Diagnosis connector
LIST <Engine-ECU>
Item name
Cruise control
Speed limit function
LIST <ETACS-ECU>
Item name
Auto lamp control
Keyless entry
MB992745, MB991910
MB992744, MB991824
AUDIO
RLS
Number of speaker
Radio Frequency
Front fog lamp
Rear fog lamp
Horn type
Manner switch
Remote engine starter
AND
Compressor type
DRL function
Wiper washer check bulb
ESS Cancel Function
MiEV REMOTE-ECU
Security type(MiEV REMOTE)
Panic Alarm
Door Unlock Mode Customize
Front wiper
MB992747, MB992748, MB991827
ACB05017 AB
CAUTION
To prevent damage to M.U.T.-III, always turn the
ignition switch to the "LOCK" (OFF) position
before connecting or disconnecting M.U.T.-III.
1. After the ignition switch is in "LOCK" (OFF)
position, connect the M.U.T.-III to the diagnosis
connector.
2. Turn the ignition switch to the "ON" position.
3. Select "MPI/GDI/DIESEL" from System select
Screen of the M.U.T.-III.
4. Select "Special Function" from MPI/GDI/DIESEL
Screen.
5. Select "Learned value reset" from Special
Function Screen.
6. Select "All learned value" from Learned value
reset Screen
7. Initialise the learning value by pressing the "OK"
button.
GENERAL
00-37
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
8. After initialising the learning value, the learning
value of MPI engine idling is necessary. Learning
procedure for idling in MPI engine (Refer to
P.00-37).
LEARNING PROCEDURE FOR IDLING IN
MPI ENGINE
M1001011801451
PURPOSE
When the engine-ECU is replaced, or when the
learning value is initialised, the idling is not stabilized
because the learning value in MPI engine is not completed. In this case, carry out the learning method for
the idling through the following procedures.
LEARNING PROCEDURE
1. Start the engine and carry out the warm-up for the
engine coolant temperature to reach 80°C or
more.
When the engine coolant temperature is 80°C or
more, the warm-up is not needed if the ignition
switch is in "ON" position once.
2. Place the ignition switch in "LOCK" (OFF) position
and stop the engine.
3. After 10 seconds or more, start the engine again.
4. For 10 minutes, carry out the idling under the
condition shown below and then confirm the
engine has the normal idling.
• Transmission: "P" range
• Operation in lamps, fan and attachments: Not to
be operated
• Engine coolant temperature: 80°C or more
NOTE: When the engine stalls during the idling,
check the dirtiness (on the throttle valve) of the
throttle body and then perform the service from
Procedure 1 again.
INITIALISATION PROCEDURE FOR
THROTTLE VALVE CONTROL SERVO
Disconnecting and reconnecting the battery cables
causes the throttle valve closed-position value
learned to be erased from the memory. This may
prevent the idle speed control from being executed
properly. When the battery cables have been disconnected and reconnected, initialise the throttle valve
control servo in the following manner.
1. Turn the ignition switch to "ON" and then to
"LOCK" (OFF).
2. Keep the ignition switch in "LOCK" (OFF) for at
least 10 seconds.
PRE-INSPECTION CONDITION
M1001012100902
"Pre-inspection condition" refers to the condition that
the vehicle must be in before proper engine inspection can be carried out. If you see the words "Set the
vehicle to the pre-inspection condition". In this manual, it means to set the vehicle to the following condition.
• Engine coolant temperature 80 to 90°C
• Lamps, electric cooling fan and all accessories:
OFF
• M/T: Neutral
• CVT: P range
PRECAUTIONS FOR INSTALLATION OF
ON-VEHICLE RADIO TRANSMISSION
EQUIPMENT
M1001015500158
The computers (control unit) for various on-vehicle
electronic equipment are provided with sufficient protective measures against external radio wave interference. However, because the on-vehicle radio
transmission equipment may affect adversely the
computers (control unit), pay attention to the following precautions for installation.
• Install radio transmission equipment and antenna
(including coaxial cables) 200 mm or more away
from the computers (control unit) for on-vehicle
electronic equipment.
• Because radio wave is radiated from the coaxial
cables of the antenna for radio transmission
equipment, do not route the cables in parallel with
the vehicle wiring harness.
• Install only radio transmission equipment with the
frequencies, output, and radio wave types
described in the table.
FREQUENCY, OUTPUT, AND RADIO WAVE
TYPE OF THE RADIO TRANSMISSION
EQUIPMENT
Frequency
(MHz)
Maximum
output power
(W)
Modulation
3.5
50
CW, FM, AM,
SSB
7
14
21
28
50
144
430
1,260
2
GENERAL
00-38
PRECAUTIONS BEFORE SERVICE
•
Antenna attachment position
ACB05478AB
Install the antenna for radio transmission equipment
only to the position shown in the figure.
• Wash regularly with soap and water to ensure all
oil is removed, especially before meals (skin
cleansers and nail brushes will help). After cleaning, the application of preparations containing
lanolin to replace the natural skin oils is advised.
• Do not use petrol, kerosine, diesel fuel, gas oil,
thinners or solvents for cleaning skin.
• Use barrier creams, applying them before each
work period, to help the removal of oil from the
skin after work.
• If skin disorders develop, obtain medical advice
without delay.
FORM−IN−PLACE GASKET (FIPG)
ENGINE OILS
M1001014200132
M1001011200230
HEALTH WARNING
Prolonged and repeated contact with mineral oil will
result in the removal of natural fats from the skin,
leading to dryness, irritation and dermatitis. In addition, used engine oil contains potentially harmful contaminants which may cause skin cancer. Adequate
means of skin protection and washing facilities must
be provided.
RECOMMENDED PRECAUTIONS
The most effective precaution is to adapt working
practices which prevent, as far as practicable, the
risk of skin contact with mineral oils, for example by
using enclosed systems for handling used engine oil
and by degreasing components, where practicable,
before handling them.
Other precautions:
• Avoid prolonged and repeated contact with oils,
particularly used engine oils.
• Wear protective clothing, including impervious
gloves where practicable.
• Avoid contaminating clothes, particularly underpants, with oil.
• Do not put oily rags in pockets, the use of overalls
without pockets will avoid this.
• Do not wear heavily soiled clothing and
oil-impregnated foot-wear. Overalls must be
cleaned regularly and kept separately from personal clothing.
• Where there is a risk of eye contact, eye protection should be worn, for example, chemical goggles or face shields; in addition an eye wash
facility should be provided.
• Obtain first aid treatment immediately for open
cuts and wounds.
The engine has several parts to which the
form-in-place gasket (FIPG) is used. To sufficiently
achieve the aims of this gasket, it is necessary to pay
attention to the application amount, procedure, and
surface status.
If the application amount is too small, a leakage will
occur. If the application amount is excessive, the
FIPG will overflow and cause a clogging or narrowing
of water and oil paths. Therefore, to eliminate the
leak from the joint, it is indispensable that the FIPG
be applied with a correct amount and without any
gap.
Because the FIPG used for the engine parts
becomes hardened by the reaction with the atmospheric moisture, it is normally used for the metal
flange section.
CAUTION
Reapply the FIPG with care to the followings.
1. Completely remove the old FIPG including the
residue in gaps of parts.
2. Using Mitsubishi genuine parts cleaner
(MZ100387) or equivalent, degrease the FIPG
application surface carefully.
3. According to the FIPG application procedures, apply it accurately.
DISASSEMBLY
The parts installed with the FIPG can be disassembled easily without using any special method. However, in some cases, it is necessary to tear the
sealant in between the mating surfaces by tapping
the parts with a wooden hammer or similar tools. It is
acceptable to lightly hit in a smooth, thin gasket
scraper into the mating surface, but, in this case, a
sufficient caution is required not to damage the mating surface. The oil pan FIPG cutter (Special tool:
MD998727) is provided. Thus, use this special tool.
GENERAL
00-39
SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS)
GASKET SURFACE CLEANING
Use a gasket scraper or wire brush to completely
remove all the foreign materials adhering to the gasket surface. Check that the FIPG application surface
is smooth. There must be no grease or foreign material adhesion to the gasket surface. Do not forget to
remove the old FIPG remaining in the mounting hole
and tapped hole.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE
NOTE: The bolts and nuts with stabilizer for coefficient of friction mean that the bolts and nuts with surface treatment to stabilize and reduce the coefficient
of friction, allowing to achieve the stable axial force
and to secure the high axial force with low tightening
torque.
APPLICATION OF ANTI-CORROSION
AGENTS AND UNDERCOATS
M1001011000258
Apply the FIPG with a specified diameter and without
any gap. Completely enclose around the mounting
hole. When the FIPG is not hardened, it can be
wiped off. Install the parts immediately after applying
the FIPG. At the time of installation, prevent the FIPG
from adhering to locations other than it is necessary.
After the installation, until a sufficient period of time
(one hour or more) elapses, do not contact the oil or
water to the application area. Also, do not start the
engine. Because the FIPG application procedure
may differ depending on the application area, apply
the FIPG according to the procedure described in the
text.
BOLTS AND NUTS WITH STABILIZER
FOR COEFFICIENT OF FRICTION
If oil or grease gets onto the oxygen sensor, it will
cause a drop in the performance of the sensor.
Cover the oxygen sensor with a protective cover
when applying anti-corrosion agents and undercoats.
VEHICLE WASHING
M1001012000433
Approximately
40 cm or more
AC300832AC
M1001014800060
The bolts and nuts with stabilizer for coefficient of
friction have been used for the connections such as
the suspension arm and crossmember in order to
stabilize the axial force and to ensure the high axial
force at bolt/nut connections, resulting in improved
reliability.
If high-pressure car-washing equipment or steam
car-washing equipment is used to wash the vehicle,
be sure to note the following information in order to
avoid damage to plastic components, etc.
• Spray nozzle distance: Approx. 40 cm or more
• Spray pressure: 3,900 kPa or less
• Spray temperature: 82°C or less
• Time of concentrated spray to one point: within
30 sec.
SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS)
M1001009801186
The Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) and seat
belt with pre-tensioner is designed to supplement the
driver's and front passenger's seat belts to help
reduce the risk or severity of injury to the driver and
front passenger by activating and deploying both
front air bags in certain frontal collisions. The side-air
bag and the curtain air bag are activated when an
impact exceeds the threshold upon a side collision,
and inflates to protect the heads of the occupants in
the front and rear seats.
The SRS consists of air bag modules, SRS air bag
control unit (SRS-ECU), two front impact sensors,
two side impact sensors, SRS warning lamp, clock
spring, passenger’s air bag cut off switch, passenger’s air bag OFF indicator lamp and seat belt
pre-tensioner. Front air bags are located in the centre
of the steering wheel and above the glove box. Each
air bag is made up of a folded air bag and an inflator
unit. Side-airbags are located inside the front seatback assemblies. The curtain air bag module consists of an air bag, an inflator, and the fixing gear
relating to those parts, and is installed in the roof side
sections (from the driver's and the passenger's front
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GENERAL
SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS)
pillars to the rear pillars).The SRS-ECU under the
front floor console monitors the system and has a
front air bag analogue G-sensor, front air bag analogue G-sensor and a side (curtain) air bag analogue
G-sensor. The front impact sensor is installed on the
front end upper bar in the engine room and contains
an analogue G-sensor. The side impact sensor is
installed in the lower parts of the centre pillars, and
contains an analogue G-sensor. The warning lamp
on the instrument panel indicates the operational status of the SRS. The clock spring is installed in the
steering column. The passenger’s air bag cut off
switch is outside the instrument panel side. The passenger’s air bag OFF indicator lamp is installed in
centre panel assembly. The seat belt pre-tensioner is
built into the driver's and passenger's front seat belt
retractor.
Only authorized service personnel should do work on
or around the SRS components. Those service personnel should read this manual carefully before starting any such work.
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SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS)
<Standard meter>
<High contrast meter>
SRS warning lamp
ACB05440
SRS warning lamp
ACB05441
Passenger's (front)
air bag module
Driver's air bag module
Clock spring
Passenger's air bag ON indicator lamp
Passenger's air bag OFF indicator lamp
Passenger's air bag
cut off switch
ACB05561
SRS-ECU
ACB05560
Knee air bag module
Curtain air bag module
Side-airbag module
Seat belt
pre-tensioner
Side impact sensor
Front impact sensor
ACB05423
Seat belt
pre-tensioner
ACC00250 AB
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GENERAL
SRS SERVICE PRECAUTIONS
SRS SERVICE PRECAUTIONS
1. In order to avoid injury to yourself or others
from accidental deployment of the SRS air bag
during servicing, read and carefully follow all
the precautions and procedures described in
this manual.
2. Be sure to use the tester and special tools
specified in this manual (Special tool: refer to ,
tester: refer to ).
3. Never attempt to repair the following
components:
• SRS-ECU
• Driver's air bag module
• Clock spring
• Passenger's (front) air bag module
• Curtain air bag module
• Knee air bag module
• Front seat assembly incorporating side-airbag module
• Seat belt with pre-tensioner
• Front impact sensor
• Side impact sensor
M1001006001095
SRS-ECU connector
AC905461AC
4. Never attempt to repair the wiring harness
connectors of the SRS. If a defective wiring
harness is found, repair or replace it by
referring to the table follows.
SRS-ECU
terminal
No.
Destination of wiring harness
Measures
1, 2
Instrument panel wiring harness → knee air bag
module
Repair or replace the instrument
panel wiring harness.
5, 6
Instrument panel wiring harness → clock spring →
driver's air bag module (squib)
Replace the clock spring, or repair or
replace the instrument panel wiring
harness.
7, 8
Instrument panel wiring harness → passenger's (front) Repair or replace the instrument
air bag module (squib)
panel wiring harness.
13
Instrument panel wiring harness → hazard indicator
assembly [air bag OFF indicator lamp (passenger’s
side)]
Repair or replace the instrument
panel wiring harness.
15
Instrument panel wiring harness → hazard indicator
assembly [air bag ON indicator lamp (passenger’s
side)]
Repair or replace the instrument
panel wiring harness.
17, 27
Instrument panel wiring harness → front wiring
harness → front impact sensor (LH)
Repair or replace the wiring
harnesses.
18, 28
Instrument panel wiring harness → front wiring
harness → front impact sensor (RH)
22
Floor wiring harness → ETACS-ECU (fuse No. 16)
Repair or replace the floor wiring
harness.
23
Instrument panel wiring harness → diagnosis
connector
Repair or replace the instrument
panel wiring harness.
24
Instrument panel wiring harness → earth
25,26
Instrument panel wiring harness → passenger’s air
bag cut OFF switch
29, 30
Instrument panel wiring harness → CAN bus line
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SRS SERVICE PRECAUTIONS
SRS-ECU
terminal
No.
Destination of wiring harness
Measures
31, 32
Floor wiring harness → front passenger's seat belt
pre-tensioner
Repair or replace the floor wiring
harness.
36, 37
Floor wiring harness → curtain air bag module (LH)
39, 40
Floor wiring harness → side-airbag module (LH)
41, 42
Floor wiring harness → side impact sensor (LH)
54, 55
Floor wiring harness → driver's seat belt pre-tensioner
56, 57
Floor wiring harness → side-airbag module (RH)
59, 60
Floor wiring harness → curtain air bag module (RH)
64, 65
Floor wiring harness → side impact sensor (RH)
Insulating tape
Battery
Battery cable
AC300580AB
5. Before maintenance, wait for 60 seconds or
more after the disconnection of the battery (−)
terminal. Wrap the disconnected (−) terminal
with tape for insulation. The condenser inside
SRS-ECU keeps a voltage necessary to
expand the air bag for a certain period even
after the IG power is turned OFF. Therefore, if
any operation is performed before the period
elapses, it may cause serious damage.
6. If the influence of heat is suspected during
painting work, remove the following parts:
• 93°C or higher SRS-ECU, air bag module,
clock spring, front impact sensor, side impact
sensor
• 90 °C or higher Seat belt with pre-tensioner
7. After the maintenance of the SRS air bag and
seat belt with pre-tensioner is completed, be
sure to delete the diagnosis code and check
whether the SRS warning lamp lights up (refer
to ).
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GENERAL
SUPPORT LOCATIONS FOR LIFTING AND JACKING
SUPPORT LOCATIONS FOR LIFTING AND JACKING
M1001000701256
SUPPORT POSITIONS FOR A GARAGE JACK
CAUTION
• Be sure to support the specified locations only. Otherwise, deformation of vehicle may occur.
• Be careful to avoid damage to the front under cover or rear differential carrier assembly.
<Front side>
<Rear side>
Rear suspension crossmember
Front suspension crossmember
ACB04345
ACB04346
ACB04347
ACB04348AB
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SUPPORT LOCATIONS FOR LIFTING AND JACKING
SUPPORT POSITIONS FOR AXLE STANDS, SINGLE-POST LIFT OR DOUBLE-POST
LIFT
CAUTION
• If rubber attachments with grooves that are too thick are used at the front support positions, the
front fender may become bent, so be sure to use rubber attachments with groove thicknesses of
18 mm or less.
• If attachments which are not high enough are used, they may damage areas such as the side step.
Be sure to use attachments which are high enough, or remove the side step if not using attachments.
AXLE STANDS
<Front side>
<Rear side>
Notch
Notch
Rubber
Rubber
ACB04357
SINGLE-POST LIFT
OR DOUBLE-POST LIFT
<Rear side>
<Front side>
Notch
Rubber
Notch
Rubber
ACB04349 AB
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TOWING AND HOISTING
SUPPORT POSITIONS FOR A PLATE
TYPE LIFT
Spacer
Spacer
Plate type lift
ACB04350 AB
Support the notch with a spacer (100-mm width,
100-mm height and 200-mm depth).
TOWING AND HOISTING
M1001000800948
WRECKER TOWING RECOMMENDATION
FRONT TOWING PICKUP <2WD>
CAUTION
SLING TYPE
NO
WHEEL LIFT TYPE
OK
FLAT BED TYPE
OK
AC000070AJ
This vehicle cannot be towed by a wrecker using
sling-type equipment; as the bumper may
become deformed. If this vehicle is towed, use
wheel lift or flat bed equipment.
The vehicle may be towed on its rear wheels for
extended distances provided the parking brake is
released. It is recommended that vehicles be towed
using the front pickup whenever possible.
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TOWING AND HOISTING
FRONT TOWING PICKUP <4WD>
CAUTION
REAR TOWING PICKUP
CAUTION
•
SLING TYPE
WHEEL LIFT TYPE
FLAT BED TYPE
SLING TYPE
NO
WHEEL LIFT TYPE
NO
FLAT BED TYPE
OK
NO
NO
OK
AC000071AH
AC000070 AL
If only the front wheels or only the rear wheels
are lifted for towing, the bumper will be damaged.
In addition, lifting of the rear wheels causes
the transfer case oil to flow forward, and may
result in heat damage to the rear bushing of
the transfer.
• The vehicle must not be towed by placing
only its front wheels or only the rear wheels
on a rolling dolly. This will result in deterioration of the viscous coupling causing the vehicle to jump forward suddenly.
If this vehicle is towed, use flat bed equipment only.
Never lift the rear wheels, otherwise the vehicle
becomes unstable while driving.
TOWING WHEN KEYS ARE NOT
AVAILABLE
When a locked vehicle must be towed and keys are
not available, the vehicle may be lifted and towed
from the front, provided the parking brake is
released. If not released, the rear wheels should be
placed on a tow dolly.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
The following precautions should be taken when towing the vehicle:
1. Do not lift or tow the vehicle by attaching to or
wrapping around the bumper.
2. Any loose, protruding, or damaged parts such as
hoods, doors, fenders, trim, etc. should be
secured or removed prior to moving the vehicle.
3. Refrain from going under a vehicle when it is
lifted by the towing equipment, unless the vehicle
is adequately supported by safety stands.
4. Never allow passengers to ride in a towed vehicle.
5. Local rules and regulations must be followed
when towing a vehicle.
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