Question about Mitsubishi Outlander
Hi there, when you get a couple of instruments not working (temp , fuel , speedo etc) , then the problem is the connector to instrument cluster.
Pajero has a connector located behind the dash, that has four plugs/cpnnectors, and also a separate cable for the speedo.
The instrument panel connector wiring harness go through the fire wall into the engine area , where is connected to temp sender, speed sensor sender etc.
The most likely is that two or three of the connectors behind the instrument panel , or the connectors to speed sender, temp and fuel are unplugged on engine side.
You need to access the connectors behind the instrument panel, check that they are connected and test them with a car-tester or a multimeter, and plug them back properly, either on instrument panel side or on engine side.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
Well there has to be a broken cord that was supposed to be leading to that part of the dash board or there may even be a blown fuse. If you can and you know how to, get a volt meter and test all of the fuses in the fuse box and make sure there is power running to the dashboard, because it is weird for all of those instruments to stop working all at the same time. If all of the fuses are working and you are sure of that, there has to be a broken cord or a short in the cord that is not allowing any power to the instrument board but will let only the one light work. If it gets any worse, it will not work at all. This is most likely with the connection since one light still works.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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