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Mitsubishi Outlander: Chassis Electrical

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 Battery

GENERAL INFORMATION The 80D26L battery has been adopted for 3.0L engine. The 75D23L battery has been adopted for 2.4L engine. ON-VEHICLE SERVICE BATTERY CHECK WARNING Battery posts, terminals a

 Ignition Switch

SPECIAL TOOLS TROUBLESHOOTING STANDARD FLOW OF DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE SHOOTING Refer to Group 00 − Contents of troubleshooting. DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION HOW TO CONNECT THE SCAN TOOL (M.U.T.-III) Requi

 Combination Meter

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 DTC B1B78, B1B79, B1B7A, B1B7D, B1B7E, B1B7F, B1B82, B1B83, B1B84, B1B87, B1B88, B1B89, B1B8C, B1B8D, B1B8E, B1B91, B1BA7, B1BA8

DTC B1B78: Passenger Seat Weight Sensor (front: LH) Performance DTC B1B7D: Passenger Seat Weight Sensor (front: RH) Performance DTC B1B82: Passenger Seat Weight Sensor (rear: LH) Performance DTC B1B87: Passenger Seat Weight Sensor (rear: RH) Performance CAUTION If DTC B1B78, B1B7D, B1B82 or B1B87

 SRS Air Bag Diagnosis

INTRODUCTION TO DIAGNOSIS The SRS system is controlled by the SRS-ECU. The SRS-ECU judges how severe a collision is by detecting signals from the left and right front impact sensors and side impact sensors, front air bag analog G-sensor and front air bag safing G-sensor and side-airbag safing G-sens

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