Mitsubishi Montero 4 (Pajero) – fuse and relay

The 4th generation Mitsubishi Montero (Shogun) was produced in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019. During this time, the model has been restyled twice. In this publication, we will show a designation of the fuses and relays of the Mitsubishi Pajero 4 with box diagrams, locations and photo examples of execution. Note the cigarette lighter fuse.

mitsubisi pajero 4

A different purpose of fuses and relays is possible, which depends on the year of manufacture and the level of equipment. Check the assignment with your diagrams.

Passenger compartment fuse box

Located at the bottom of the dashboard behind a protective cover.

Photo of the unit in the cabin


Block diagram in the cabin podzhero 4


110A Ignition coils
27.5А Instrumentation
37.5A Reversing lamps
47.5A Reserve
57.5A Relay (heater, etc.)
67.5A Heated mirrors
730A Reserve
87.5A Engine control unit
915A Cigarette lighter
117,5А Power mirrors
127.5A Engine control unit
1415A Rear wiper
1515A Central locking
1610A Rear fog lamp
17Not used
18Not used
1930A Heater
2030A Heated rear window
2120A Luke
2210А ABS
2320A Heated seats
2410A Lighting of steps and door openings
2510A Transfer case control unit
2710A Starter
28Not used
2920A Spare fuse
3010A Spare fuse
3130A Spare fuse
3225A Spare fuse

The fuse number 9, 15A, is responsible for the cigarette lighter.

Relay assignment

  • R1 – Rear window defogger relay
  • R2 – Front fan relay
  • R3 – Relay for electric glass lifters
  • R4 – Fuel pump relay 1
  • R5 – Rear fog lamp relay
  • R6 – Fuel pump relay 1
  • R7 – Relay power socket accessories
  • R8 – Rear fan relay

Engine compartment fuses and relays boxes

Main box

The main fuse and relay box is located next to the battery on the left side of the engine compartment.

Block under the hood

Legend from the block cover

Unit designation under the hood


Block diagram of the main unit under the hood


R1A / C Condenser Fan Motor Relay – High Speed
R2Horn relay
R3A / C Condenser Fan Motor Relay – Low Speed
R4Multi-functional control unit 1
R5Heated windshield relay – windshield wipers
R6A / C compressor electromagnetic clutch relay
1120A Engine compartment fuse / relay box 1, fog lights, headlights, taillights (2001), multi-function control unit 1 (2002 ^)
260A Fuse / relay box, engine compartment 1
340A Ignition lock
440A Electric seat, electric glass lifters
520A Engine management
620A Engine management
815A Optional equipment
925A Fuel filter heater
1025A Air conditioner
1120A Air conditioner
1215A Heated windshield relay – Windshield wipers
1420A automatic transmission
1510A Alternator, central locking, turn signals / hazard warning lights
1615A Anti lock brake system (ABS), brake lights
1710A Audio system, cigarette lighter , clock
1810A Air conditioning, audio system, central locking, clock, ESP electronic control unit, interior lamps, multifunction control unit 1, transfer case control unit
1910A Air conditioner
2020A Fog lights
2110A Buzzer
2220A Windshield wiper / washer
2310A Engine management system, tail lamp (right)
2410A Lamp, rear left
2510A Low beam lamp (left)
2610A Low beam lamp (right)
2710A High beam lamp (left)
2810A High beam lamp (right)
3040A Coolant Heater

The fuse number 17, 10A, is responsible for additional cigarette lighter sockets.

Relay box


Relay under the hood


  1. Solenoid valve relay
  2. Fuel heater relay
  3. Throttle servo relay
  4. Starter relay
  5. Main relay of the injection system
  6. A / C compressor electromagnetic clutch relay

Individual elements of fuses and relays can be installed outside these units, for example, the relay for the electric motor of the fuel pump or the emergency braking system of the ABS. Also, high power fuses can be located on the positive terminal of the battery: 40 / 60A – ABS and 80A – Glow plugs.

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Comments 3

  • Hi, Shaun here,
    I own a 2011 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport auto. The battery died over the long weekend. So we needed to jump start the car. By mistake my girlfriend switched terminals and I have a major fuse problem now, all the fuses (5A – 40A) seem intact.
    The fuses for radio, satnav, electric seats, central locking and at most inconvenience for the alternator (as the cars brand new battery won’t charge).
    Please assist, Mitsubishi motors is charging us R*** just for a consultation.
    Which of the black box fuses need to be replaced?

  • Where is the Flasher Realy

  • Ingintion coil burn and hotter why?

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