Question about 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander
Hello, i just bought 2003 mitsubishi airtrack sport gear from japan, but i can anderstand what is written on the monitor, can u advise me something how can i change lenguage or what is solution from this situation, monitor is not removable from the car , also, i wander how can i correct time on the monitor i, m looking forward your answer best regards Vakho
Depends what country your in ,as its not in europe for sure as a japanese home market vehicle is not allowed in europe market as no certificate of homoglonation exists for these vehicles thats issued by the europeon parliament for these vehicles so technicaly they cannot have the registration changed ,but as for the language well here you will have to go to the dealer as it will require plugging in iam sure becaUSE AS ITS A HOME MARKET VEHICLE IT WILL NOT HAVE THE MULTI LANGUAGE FUNCTION as stated on the europeon model that has to be made to a europeon certificate of homoglonation and pass different safety tests also of course the vehicle will need to be assembled in europe to obtain this certificate ,jobs for the boys and snouts in the trough of course.
Posted on May 14, 2014
You need to update the language software on the unit. the only way you can do this is using the serial port . or the information port, using a tec 2 similar device. as it is an import it may cost a bit, some road side repairs will have this software not AA, RAC i mean the one you call to repair your car if faults happen before you drive off, or you can got to a mitsubishi repair garage they will be able to do this more efficiently but it will cost a lot more. The owner should off given you a code for the system and also if they know you were importing it they should of set the system to new I may be able to help you do this manually but would need the system number they have meany models of radio's etc rear view cameras parking sensors engine management display and more and knowing the number will help to determen what unit you have fitted and the settings order.
Posted on May 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Chiltons and Haynes have wiring diagrams and can be purchased at auto parts stores but I prefer the free method. My first option below:
Most libraries have repair manuals in their reference sections,
A lot of local libraries also subscribe to online auto repair manuals such as Chilton's or Haynes and offer free access if you have a library card.
Contact your local library and ask if this service is available.
Repair manuals online:
• One of the first places to try is AutoZone's website. The site has a very comprehensive free auto repair guides covering most makes and models of vehicles from 1950 to the present.
• Napa auto parts website provides tutorials on basic auto maintenance such as oil changes, checking fluid levels and replacing air filters.
• Automoting.com has tons of information, is very user friendly and as a bonus, even has guides for repairing small engines and household repairs.
Another useful resource is the 2carpros.com website. Here you can post questions and get answers from real mechanics. You can also search through lots of topics on auto repair, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
Edmunds web site also has a pretty good forum called car talk. It is peer based and has quite a few very knowledgeable members on board.
There are quite a few other forums and message boards available online, as well as peer based ones. Just type in auto repair forums or message boards in any search engine and you will see quite a few. Just watch out for ones that say they are free but try to sell you something, or say you can post questions, but must pay a fee to receive an answer. You will most likely find free auto repair guides and all the information that you need, so there is no need to pay for help.
If you really prefer to have a paper manual, check half.com, an eBay company that sells used books for a fraction of the price of new. Some of the manuals as low as $1.99. There are several other used book websites like Alibris books and Bookfinder.com to name a couple.
You can also check local used book stores.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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