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Mitsubishi Outlander: General information

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 Fuel selection

CAUTION: ● Your vehicle is designed to use only diesel fuel that meets the EN 590 standard. Use of any other type of diesel fuel can adversely affect the engine.

 Filling the fuel tank

WARNING: ● When handling fuel, comply with the safety regulations displayed by garages and filling stations. ● Before removing the fuel cap, be sure to get rid of your body’s static

 Installation of accessories

We recommend you to consult your MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point. ● The installation of accessories, optional components, etc., should only be carried out within the limits prescri

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 DTC B1731, B1761, B1A08, B1A09, B1A0A, B1A0B, B1A0C, B1A0D, B1A0E, B1A0F, B1A10, B1A11, B1A12, B1A13, B1A14, B1A15, B1A16, B1A17, B1A24, B1A25, B1A28, B1A35, B2101, B2102

DTC B1731: Engine control module communication timeout CAUTION When the DTC B1731 is set, be sure to diagnose the CAN bus line. When replacing the ECU, always check that the communication circuit is normal. DTC SET CONDITION WCM checks that the engine control module data has been received via

 Fuel Supply

General Information This fuel system is designed with consideration for global environment protection to ensure safety at a collision, reduce weight, and improve reliability and quality. This system has the following features: A quick-joint connector is used for the fuel high-pressure hose in the

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