The 2nd generation Mitsubishi Pajero was produced in 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 with both gasoline and diesel engines. During this time, the model has been restyled. In this material, you will find a description of the second generation Pajero fuses and relays with block diagrams and their locations. Let's highlight the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.
The fuse assignment may differ from that shown and depends on the year of manufacture and the equipment level.
Fuse box in passenger compartment
Located under the panel on the driver's side, there is also a diagnostic connector.
Photo - example.
Block on battery
Located on the positive terminal of the storage battery.
16 - 60A Anti lock brake system (ABS)
17 - 20A Fog lights
18 - 80A Glow plugs
An additional unit is attached next to the main unit.
14 - 25A Electro condenser fan
15 - 10A Air conditioning compressor
J - reserve
F - A / C compressor relay
G - Relay for electric condenser fan
It is also possible to install some relays on the right side of the engine compartment. Appointment
Mounts above the fuse box.
Photo diagram. Appointment
Rear heater relay
Power window relay
Central door lock control unit
Heated rear window relay
Rear window wiper intermittent relay
Relay-interrupter for direction indicators and alarm
Separate fuses and relays can be installed outside the units, such as the fog lamp fuse.
In engine compartment
Fuse box is located on the left side of the engine compartment behind the protective cover.
Amps / Description
20A injection system
40A ignition switch
30A Rear window demister
30A Electric control glass lifters
30A Air conditioner
15A Fuel heater
10A A / C compressor
25 / 30A Air conditioner condenser fan
10A Rear fog lamps
10A Rear lights
10A Rear lights
10A High beam headlights
10A Warning lights
20A Fog lights
80A Glow plug
Rear fog lights
Rear lights, parking lights
Condenser fan motor
Air conditioning compressor
Separate fuses can be installed on the positive battery terminal.