The 1st generation Mitsubishi RVR was produced in 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 and 1997. In the European market it is also known under the name Space Runner and Mitsubishi Chariot 1, and in America it was sold under different names: Mitsubishi Expo LRV, Dodge Colt Wagon, Plymouth Colt Wagon and Eagle Summit Wagon. In this material you will find information describing the first generation Mitsubishi Rvr fuse and relay with box diagrams and their locations. Highlight the cigarette lighter fuse.
The number of elements in the boxes and their purpose may differ depending on the model name (Mitsubishi Shariot, Mitsubishi RVR, etc.). Check the designation with your diagrams.
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Passenger compartment fuse box
Located under the dashboard next to the driver’s feet.
- Power seat – Heated seats
- Defogger – Heated rear window
- Sun roof – sunroof
- Heater – Heater / Heater
- Stop lamp – Stop lights
- Reverse lights – Reverse lights
- Clock – Clock
- Door locks – Door lock
- Auto TCU – Automatic transmission
- Wipers – Glass cleaner
- Horh – Signal
- Turn signals – Turn signals and alarms
- Defog / heater relay (ABS) – Heated glass and heater relay (ABS)
- Radio – Radio
- Cig lighter (power mirror) – Cigarette lighter (electric drive of mirrors)
The cigarette lighter fuse is designated Cig lighter.
Just above the fuses, the heater and rear window heater relays are attached.
Engine compartment fuse box
Located on the right side of the engine compartment.
- Alternator – Generator
- Fuse + B – Power to battery
- Air conditioner – Air conditioner power supply
- Tail lamlps – Tail light bulbs
- Head lamps – Headlights
- Fan radiator – Radiator fan
- Inginition – Ignition, injection system
- A / c fan – Air conditioner fan
- Power windows – electric drive of windows
- Hi-beam – high beam headlights
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