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Mitsubishi Outlander: General Information

NOTE: In this manual, F.A.S.T.-key (Free-hand Advanced Security Transmitter) is described as Keyless Operation System (KOS).

The keyless operation system (KOS) enables the driver to unlock all the doors and the liftgate by just pulling the front door outside handle or operating the liftgate lock release handle, without taking the key out from his/her pocket or bag when he/she is carrying a keyless operation key that is registered to the vehicle's KOS-ECU. (When the driver's front door outside handle is operated, only the driver's door is unlocked) KOS also allows the driver to lock all the doors and the liftgate by pressing the lock switch on the front door outside handle (door entry function), and start the engine without using the conventional mechanical key (engine start function). Moreover, KOS incorporates the keyless entry function with which, like the conventional keyless entry system, a driver can perform the remote operation (opening/ closing of all the doors and the liftgate, warning function to warn a person who intends to damage the vehicle*) by operating the lock/unlock button and panic button on the keyless operation key. The system also incorporates the immobilizer function that prohibits the starting of engine by using an unauthorized key as well as the tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) that issues a warning to a driver by illuminating or flashing the warning light. KOS has the following features:

NOTE: *: Horn sounds and the headlight flashes.

CONSTRUCTION DIAGRAM

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

Main components and functions

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

NOTE: *1: When registering the keyless operation keys, KOS-ECU numbers each key (1 to 4) in the order they are registered (initial priority). This priority is renewed each time the doors are locked/unlocked and the IG knob is pressed. For example, when only keys 1 and 3 have responded to the signal sent from KOS-ECU, the new priority of the keys would be 1-3-2-4. When keys 3 and 4 have responded, then the priority of the keys becomes 3-4-1-2.

NOTE: *2: Illuminates for tire pressure warning.

Flashes for about 1 minute and then continuously illuminated for TPMS malfunction warning.

System configuration

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

DOOR ENTRY FUNCTION

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

Due to the abolishment of the unlock sensor for the door outside handle (driver's/passenger's side), the lock switch has been changed to a lock and unlock switch. The unlock/lock control has been changed.

The other service procedures are the same as before.

UNLOCKING OPERATION OF DOOR ENTRY FUNCTION

The keyless operation key and KOS-ECU communicate to certify the keyless operation key when the lock/unlock switch on the driver-side/front passenger- side door outside handle or the liftgate lock release handle is turned ON. When KOS-ECU certifies the registered keyless operation key on the outer side of the vehicle, it requests ETACS-ECU to unlock the doors and the liftgate.

CONTROL OF UNLOCKING OPERATION

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

UNLOCKING OPERATION INHIBITION TIME (WHEN THE LIFTGATE IS OPERATED)

Considering that the customer operates the lock switch of liftgate lock release handle to make sure the doors are locked, the unlocking operation is prohibited for 3 seconds after the locking operation is performed by the lock switch of liftgate lock release handle.

LOCKING OPERATION OF DOOR ENTRY FUNCTION

The keyless operation key and KOS-ECU communicate to certify the keyless operation key when the lock/unlock switch on the driver-side/front passenger- side door outside handle or the liftgate lock release handle (lock switch) is turned ON. When KOS-ECU certifies the registered keyless operation key only on the outer side of the vehicle, it requests ETACS-ECU to lock all the doors and the liftgate.

Dead lock function locks all the doors and liftgate, when the lock/unlock switch of door outside handle (driver's/passenger's side) is pressed once.

NOTE: When a keyless operation key is located inside the vehicle, KOS-ECU does not output a request for locking all the doors.

CONTROL OF LOCKING OPERATION

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

KEYLESS ENTRY FUNCTION

KEYLESS OPERATION KEY

The button operation of the keyless operation key allows the system to operate as follows:

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

POWER DOOR LOCKS WITH SELECTIVE UNLOCKING

The power door lock with selective unlocking works by pressing the lock/unlock switch of door outside handle (driver's side). The other service procedures are the same as before.

Special Tools

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

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