Mitsubishi Montero Shogun (Pajero) 2 – fuse and relay

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. Also known as: Mitsubishi Montero 2 or Mitsubishi Shogun 2. In this article you will find a description of the second generation Mitsubishi Pajero fuses and relays with box diagrams and their locations. Let’s highlight the fuse responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Mitsubishi Pajero 2

The fuse assignment may differ from that shown and depends on the year of manufacture and the equipment level.

Passenger compartment fuse box

Fuse box

Located under the panel on the driver’s side, there is also a diagnostic connector.

Passenger compartment fuse box


Pajero 2 fuse block diagram

Protected components

115A Cigarette lighter
210A Radio receiver
310A Heater relay
410A 4A / T (models with an automatic transmission)
520A Front and rear air conditioner
610A Direction indicators
710A Instrument cluster instruments
810A Sound signal
915A Glass cleaners
1010A Glass lifters
1110A All-wheel drive system, overdrive control (models with an automatic transmission)
1215A Door locks
1310A Elephant lighting lantern, clock
1415A Reversing light
1515A Brake lights
1625A Stove
1715A Power socket
1810A Stove that heats the rear of the cabin

Fuse number 1, 15A, is responsible for the cigarette lighter.


  • R1 – Relay for connecting additional equipment
  • R2 – Heater motor relay

Relay box

Mounts above the fuse box.


Box with relay in the passenger compartment


  1. Reserve
  2. Rear heater relay
  3. Power window relay
  4. Central door lock control unit
  5. Heated rear window relay
  6. Relay for intermittent operation of the rear window wiper
  7. Relay-interrupter for direction indicators and alarm

Separate fuses and relays can be installed outside the units, for example the fog lamp fuse.

Fuses near the relay box in the passenger compartment

Engine compartment fuse box

Located on the left side of the engine compartment behind the protective cover.

 Photo example of a block under the hood


Block diagram under the hood


160A Battery
2100A Alternator
320A injection system
440A Ignition switch
530A Rear window demister
630A Electric control glass lifters
730A Air conditioner
840A Lamps
915A Fuel heater
1010A A / C Compressor
1125 / 30A Air conditioner condenser fan
1210A Rear fog lamps
1310A Rear lights
1410A Rear lights
1510A High beam headlights
1610A Warning lights
1760A ABS
1820A Fog lights
1980A Glow plug


R4Rear fog lights
R5Rear lights, dimensions
R6Condenser fan motor
R7Air conditioning compressor

Separate fuses can be installed on the positive battery terminal.

Block on battery

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Comments 4

  • I have no power to my fuel pump for a Mitsubishi perjero 3.5ltr 1995 petrol.
    Where is the location for the fuse or relay for this so that is can replace it.

  • Hello……I’m trying to change out the flasher signal relay after upgrading to led bulbs. The bulbs are flashing too fast. I have already purchased the new relay. Could you please help me find the place to put it? Also, if you happen to know….what holds the coolant overflow tank to the vehicle? It’s necessary to remove it, to change out the right front turn signal.
    1998 Mitsubishi Montero. Thanks

  • Where is the starter relay?

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