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Mitsubishi Outlander: Heater, Air Conditioning and Ventilation

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 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. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WARNING Wear safety gog

 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)

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 Heater Unit, Heater Core, Blower Assembly and Evaporator Unit

HEATER UNIT AND FRONT DECK CROSSMEMBER ASSEMBLY REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Pre-removal operation Engine Coolant Draining Discharging refrigerant Front seat assembly removal Rear heater duct removal Instrument panel assembly removal Post-installation Operation Instrument panel assembly in

 Interior lamps

1- Luggage room lamp 2- Room lamp (rear). 3- Map & room lamps (front). 4- Foot lamps P. 8-58. NOTE: ● If you leave the lamps on without running the engine, you will run down the battery. Before you leave the vehicle, make sure the lamps are turned off. Room lamps 1- (DOOR). T

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