Mitsubishi Outlander manuals

Mitsubishi Outlander: General Information, Specifications

General Information

The blower, heater, and evaporator have been integrated with the heater and A/C system to achieve greater fan power and noise reduction.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Heater, Air Conditioning and Ventilation


WARNING Wear safety goggles and gloves when servicing the refrigeration system to prevent severe damage to eyes and hands.

Because R-134a refrigerant is a hydro fluorocarbon (HFC) which contains hydrogen atoms in place of chlorine atoms, it will not cause damage to the ozone layer.

Ozone filters out harmful radiation from the sun. To assist in protecting the ozone layer, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation recommends an R-134a refrigerant recycling device.

Refrigerant R-134a is transparent and colorless in both the liquid and vapor state. Since it has a boiling point of −29.8ºC (−21.64ºF) at atmospheric pressure, it will be a vapor at all normal temperatures and pressures.

The vapor is heavier than air, non-flammable, and non-explosive. The following precautions must be observed when handling R-134a.

WARNING Do not heat R-134a above 40ºC (104.0ºF) or it may catch fire and explode.

R-134a evaporates so rapidly at normal atmospheric pressures and temperatures that it tends to freeze anything it contacts. For this reason, extreme care must be taken to prevent any liquid refrigerant from contacting the skin and especially the eyes. Always wear safety goggles when servicing the refrigeration part of the A/C system. Keep a bottle of sterile mineral oil handy when working on the refrigeration system.

1. Should any liquid refrigerant get into your eyes, use a few drops of mineral oil to wash them out.

R-134a is rapidly absorbed by the oil.

2. Next, splash your eyes with plenty of cold water.

3. Call your doctor immediately even if irritation has ceased.

CAUTION Keep R-134a containers upright when charging the system.

In most instances, moderate heat is required to bring the pressure of the refrigerant in its container above the pressure of the system when charging or adding refrigerant.

A bucket or large pan of hot water not over 40ºC (104.0ºF) is all the heat required for this purpose. Do not heat the refrigerant container with a blow torch or any other means that would raise temperature and pressure above this temperature. Do not weld or steam-clean on or near the system components or refrigerant lines.

WARNING The leak detector for R-134a should be used to check for refrigerant gas leaks.

CAUTION Do not allow liquid refrigerant to touch bright metal or it will be stained.

When metering R-134a into the refrigeration system, keep the supply tank or cans in an upright position. If the refrigerant container is on its side or upside down, liquid refrigerant will enter the system and damage the compressor.

Refrigerant will tarnish bright metal and chrome surfaces, and in combination with moisture can severely corrode all metal surfaces.



The ECM judges the required revolution speed of radiator fan motor and condenser fan motor using the input signals transmitted from A/C switch, output shaft speed sensor and engine coolant temperature sensor.


When operating the A/C switch

When operating the mode selection dial

A/C Compressor Clutch Relay ON Conditions

Mitsubishi Outlander. Heater, Air Conditioning and Ventilation

General Specifications

Mitsubishi Outlander. Heater, Air Conditioning and Ventilation

Service Specifications

Mitsubishi Outlander. Heater, Air Conditioning and Ventilation


Mitsubishi Outlander. Heater, Air Conditioning and Ventilation


Mitsubishi Outlander. Heater, Air Conditioning and Ventilation

Service Precautions


The refrigerant gas warning label must be affixed in the location shown in the figure on the left. Follow the instructions on the label when servicing.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Heater, Air Conditioning and Ventilation

  1. Name of A/C manufacturer
  2. Amount of refrigerant
  3. Name of compressor oil
  4. Parts number


 Manual A/C Diagnosis

INTRODUCTION TO HEATER, AIR CONDITIONING AND VENTILATION DIAGNOSIS Air is drawn into the heater assembly from either the outside, or from the inside of the passenger cabin if DEFROST, maximum cooling

 DTC B1000, B1003, B1018, B1021, B1031, B1032, B1034, B1035, B1079, B2214, B223B

DTC B1000: Control Panel Communication Error DTC SET CONDITION DTC B1000 will be set when the communication between A/C-ECU and A/C control panel cannot be performed. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION (COMMENT)

 DTC U1415, U0019, U0141, U0151, U0154, U0155, U0168, U0184, U0195

DTC U1415:Coding Not Completed CAUTION If DTC U1415 is set in the A/C-ECU, diagnose the CAN main bus line. CAUTION Whenever the ECU is replaced, ensure that the communication circuit is normal. TROUB


 Basic Brake System Diagnosis

INTRODUCTION TO BASIC BRAKE SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS Hydraulic brakes are composed of the brake pedal, master cylinder, brake booster and disc brakes. Malfunctions such as insufficient braking power or the generation of noise may occur due to wear, damage or incorrect adjustment of these components. BASIC B

 Central door locks

Vehicles without the keyless entry system and vehicles without the keyless operation system Using the key on driver’s door locks or unlocks driver’s doors and the tailgate. 1- Lock. 2- Unlock. NOTE: ● If the vehicle has a Dead Lock System and the Dead Lock System is set, turning

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