Mitsubishi Outlander manuals

Mitsubishi Outlander: KOS-ECU, Keyless Operation Key, TPMS Transmitter

KOS-ECU

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

CAUTION If KOS-ECU is replaced, refer to ID code registration need judgment table P.42B to complete the registration of each ID code.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

Removal

  1. KOS-ECU

Exterior Transmitter Antenna Assembly, Interior Transmitter Antenna Assembly, Receiver Antenna Module

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

<EXTERIOR TRANSMITTER ANTENNA ASSEMBLY, INTERIOR TRANSMITTER ANTENNA ASSEMBLY, ANTENNA AND BUZZER ASSEMBLY>

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

Exterior transmitter antenna assembly (front passenger's side) removal steps

  1. Exterior transmitter antenna assembly (front: passenger's side)

Exterior transmitter antenna assembly (driver's side) removal steps

  1. Exterior transmitter antenna assembly (driver's side)

Antenna and outer tone alarm assembly removal steps

  1. Antenna and outer tone alarm assembly
  2. Exterior transmitter antenna assembly (liftgate)
  3. Outer tone alarm
  4. Bracket

Interior transmitter antenna assembly (front) removal steps

  1. Interior transmitter antenna assembly (front)

Interior transmitter antenna assembly (rear: RH) removal steps

  1. Interior transmitter antenna assembly (rear: RH)

<RECEIVER ANTENNA MODULE>

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

NOTE: Claw position is symmetrical

Receiver antenna module removal

  1. IG knob cap
  2. Ignition key cover
  3. Steering column upper cover
  4. Steering column lower cover
  5. Receiver antenna module

INSTALLATION SERVICE POINT

RECEIVER ANTENNA MODULE INSTALLATION

Check that the top claw of receiver antenna module is fixed securely to the boss of steering lock and the antenna is not floated on the key cylinder.

Keyless Operation Key

DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY

Post-installation operation

Operation check of the keyless operation key

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

Disassembly steps

  1. Emergency key
  2. Upper cover
  3. Transmitter assembly
  4. Lower cover
  5. Battery

DISASSEMBLY SERVICE POINTS

EMERGENCY KEY REMOVAL

Move the lever on the lower cover to the direction shown by the arrow to remove the emergency key from the keyless operation key.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

UPPER COVER REMOVAL

CAUTION Do not allow water or dust to enter the inside of the transmitter assembly when it is open. Also, do not touch the precision electronic device.

Set a flat-tipped screwdriver wrapped with protective tape as shown in the figure, and pry off the keyless operation key.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

ASSEMBLY SERVICE POINT

BATTERY INSTALLATION

CAUTION Do not allow water or dust to enter the inside of the transmitter assembly when it is open. Also, do not touch the precision electronic device.

Install a battery with the positive side facing toward the lower cover.

Replacement battery: Coin-type lithium battery CR2032

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

TPMS Transmitter

REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION

WARNING Certain components of this vehicles, such as TPMS transmitters, may contain perchlorate materials. Special handling may apply. For additional information, see www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/ perchlorate.

CAUTION

Pre-removal Operation

Post-installation Operation

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

Removal steps

  1. Cap
  2. Valve core
  3. Nut
  1. TPMS transmitter
  2. Seal washer
  3. Housing <In case of removing the valve>
  4. Valve <In case of removing the valve>

Installation steps

  1. Valve <In case of installing the valve>
  1. Housing <In case of installing the valve>
  1. Seal washer
  1. TPMS transmitter
  1. Nut
  1. Valve core
  1. Cap

REMOVAL SERVICE POINTS

CAP/VALVE CORE/NUT REMOVAL

CAUTION Ensure cap is always in place except when adjusting tire pressure.

1. Remove the valve cap.

2. Rotate tire so that valve stem is in the 6 o'clock position.

3. Use a long-reach 17.2 mm (0.68 inch) socket to unscrew the valve nut a few turns. Slowly push valve stem into tire so that tire pressure is relieved.

4. Once tire pressure is released, remove nut and let TPMS transmitter fall into tire.

TPMS TRANSMITTER REMOVAL

CAUTION Be careful not to damage the TPMS transmitter.

1. Place on tire changing machine and break both tire beads ensuring that the TPMS transmitter remains in the bottom of the tire.

2. Lubricate tire well and remove outer side of the tire.

3. Reach inside the tire and remove the TPMS transmitter.

4. Remove tire from rim using proper tire changing equipment procedures.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

SEAL WASHER/VALVE REMOVAL

CAUTION Remove the seal washer to prevent scratching the valve of the TPMS transmitter.

1. Hold the TPMS transmitter and the seal washer, then extract the seal washer. Take care to not damage the valve thread.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

2. Clean the TPMS transmitter and the valve stem. <In case of not removing the valve>

NOTE: If the valve comes out from transmitter, install it to where it was. (This is not failure)

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

3. Removal the valve from housing as shown.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

INSTALLATION SERVICE POINTS

VALVE/SEAL WASHER/TPMS TRANSMITTER/ NUT INSTALLATION

CAUTION Install the seal washer to prevent scratching the valve of the TPMS transmitter.

1. Install the valve to housing as shown.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

2. Insert the seal washer up to the base of the TPMS transmitter, making sure to secure the valve base with a thumb as shown.

Wipe the seal and threading.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

CAUTION

3. Install the valve, in the valve hole, without modifying the angle of the stem (retain position of delivery). The laser marking should be visible at the operator.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

4. When the valve is completely inserted, maintain the TPMS transmitter in contact with the rim, then screw manually the nut until the contact with the wheel.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

5. While maintaining the TPMS transmitter contact with the rim by applying pressure to the back of the valve, slightly press on the cap to wards the center of the wheel in order to adapt the angle of the valve/TPMS transmitter to the profile of the rim.

It is mandatory to guarantee the contact of the housing unit on the rim drop center.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

6. While maintaining the TPMS transmitter and valve in position, screw the nut with a torque wrench.

Take care that the wrench socket is correctly inserted on the nut.

Specified torque: 8.0 +- 0.5 N*m (71 +- 4 in-lb)

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

TIRE BEAD MOUNTING

1. Prepare the tire and fix the rim as usual.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

2. Put the tire on the rim, so that the cross point of the belt with the rim is approximately 20 cm (7.9 inch) away from the valve.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

3. Engage the shoe and make sure that 20 cm (7.9 inch) is maintained between the cross point and the valve.

The arrow shows the direction of rotation of the wheel.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

4. Turn the wheel in order to engage all the first side of the tire.

NOTE: The standard shoes can pass over the sensor without damaging it.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

5. Put the second side of the tire in position, so that the cross point of the belt with the rim is approximately 20 cm (7.9 inch) away from the valve. The curved arrow shows the direction of rotation of the wheel.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

6. Turn the wheel in order to engage all of the second side of the tire.

NOTE: The standard shoes can pass over the sensor without damaging it.

Mitsubishi Outlander. Keyless Operation System (KOS)

TIRE PRESSURE INFLATION/NUT RETIGHTENING

CAUTION After tire inflation, retighten the valve nut to 8.0 +- 0.5 N*m (71 +- 4 in-lb). This is necessary, because the TPMS transmitter is secured to the wheel with the valve nut and rubber grommet. The rubber grommet will be depressed by tire pressure or deteriorate over a period of time, which requires the valve nut to be retightened.

Inflate tire to required pressure, then retorque the valve nut to 8.0 +- 0.5 N*m (71 +- 4 in-lb).

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