The 3rd generation Mitsubishi Pajero was produced in 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006. During this time, the model has been restyled. In some countries it is known under the name Montero 3. In our material, we will show the general arrangement of electronic control units, describe in detail the fuses and relays of Pajero / Montero 3 with block diagrams and photo examples of execution. Let's highlight the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.
In the presented material and your Pajero (Montero) 3, a difference is possible, which depends on the region of delivery and the level of equipment. check the purpose with your diagrams on the back of the protective cover.
General layout of control units
|1||Temperature sensor of the air supplied from the ventilation grill of the dashboard|
|2||Intake air temperature sensor (air conditioner / heater)|
|4||Air conditioning / heater fan motor control unit (manual temperature control)|
|5||A / C / Heater Fan Control Unit - Rear|
|6||Sunlight sensor (air conditioning system)|
|8||Impact sensor (airbag), left front|
|9||Crash sensor (airbag), right front|
|10||Side impact sensor, driver's side - under the front seat|
|11||Side impact sensor, passenger side - under the front seat|
|13||Diagnostic connector (DLC) 1 - 2.5D (4D56) (2002 ^)|
|14||Diagnostic connector (DLC) 1 - 3.5 (6G74) / 3.2D (4M41)|
|15||Diagnostic connector (DLC) 2 - 2.5D (4D56) (2002 ^)|
|16||Diagnostic connector (DLC) 2 - 3.5 (6G74) / 3.2D (4M41)|
|17||Differential lock control unit - rear|
|19||Coolant heater relay 1|
|20||Engine oil level sensor relay|
|21||Engine oil level sensor|
|22||Electronic control unit 4WD|
|23||Fuse / relay box, engine compartment 1|
|24||Fuse / relay box, engine compartment 2|
|25||Fuse / relay box, engine compartment 3|
|26||Fuse / relay box, engine compartment 4|
|27||Fuse / relay box dashboard|
|28||Heater blower motor resistor|
|29||Heater outlet temperature sensor - rear|
|30||Heater radiator temperature sensor|
|31||Horn 1 - behind the front bumper|
|32||Horn 2 - behind the front bumper|
|33||Electronic immobilizer control unit|
|34||Immobilizer Control Unit - 2.5D (4D56T)|
|40||Transfer case control unit|
|41||Electronic gearbox control unit|
In the passenger compartment
Located under the dashboard on the driver's side.
Photo - example
Diagram from the cover.
The fuse number 4, 15A, is responsible for the cigarette lighter. The fuse in the block under the hood is also responsible for the cigarette lighter.
- Rear fog lamp relay;
- Relay for electric drive glass lifts;
- Generator relay;
- Heater Blower Motor Relay - Rear A / C;
- Heated rear window relay;
- Heater Blower Motor Relay - Front A / C;
- Relay for auxiliary ignition circuits
Under the hood
The main fuse and relay box is located next to the battery.
The fuse number 17, 10A, is responsible for additional cigarette lighter sockets.
Block with relay
Relay block diagram under the hood
- Booster fuel pump relay;
- Injector relay;
- System relay (emergency braking);
- Engine control relay;
- Throttle control unit relay;
Separate elements of fuses and relays can be installed outside these units, for example, a pump motor relay or an ABS emergency braking system. Also, high power fuses can be located on the positive terminal of the battery: 40 / 60A - ABS and 80A - Glow plugs.