2019-2023 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport/ASX/RVR Fuse Box Diagram

The fuse box is a central location for all of the electrical fuses in your Mitsubishi Outlander Sport/ASX/RVR. If you have a problem with a fuse, it can be helpful to know where the fuse box is located and what each fuse protects.

Fuse Box Location

There are two fuse boxes in the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport/ASX/RVR:

  • Passenger compartment fuse box: This fuse box is located under the driver’s side dashboard.
  • Engine compartment fuse box: This fuse box is located in the engine compartment, on the left side.

Passenger Compartment

Fuse NumberFuse Amp. RatingProtected Components
215AStop lamps (Brake lamps)
310ARear fog lamp
430AWindscreen wipers
620ADoor locks
87.5AControl unit relay
915AInterior lamps (Room lamps)
1015AHazard warning flasher
1115ARear window wiper
1315ACigarette lighter / Accessory socket
1410AIgnition switch
1610AOutside rearview mirrors
1710A4-wheel drive system
187.5AReversing lamps (Back-up lamps)
1915AAccessory socket
2030AElectric window control
2130ARear window demister
227.5AHeated door mirror
2325A/20APassenger’s power seat
2425A/20ADriver’s power seat
2530AHeated seat

Engine Compartment

Fuse NumberFuse Amp. RatingProtected Components
115AFront fog lamps
320AAutomatic transmission
620AHeadlamp washer
710AAir conditioning
815AETV / Oil cooler fan (Twin Clutch SST)
920ASecurity hom
1015AHeated steering wheel
1230AElectric tailgate
1310ADaytime running lamps (DLR)
1410AHeadlamp high-beam (left) (LED / Halogen / Discharge)
1510AHeadlamp high-beam (right) (LED / Halogen / Discharge)
1620AHeadlamp low beam (left) (Discharge)
1720AHeadlamp low beam (right) (Discharge)
1810AHeadlamp low beam (left) (LED / Halogen)
1910AHeadlamp low beam (right) (LED / Halogen)
2110AIgnition coil
2225AFuel line heater
2315AFuel pump
2540AValve lift control
2640AAnti-lock brake system (ABS)
2730AAnti-lock brake system (ABS)
2830AAir conditioning condenser fan motor
2940ARadiator fan motor
3130AAudio amplifier
337.5ABattery current sensor


The fuse box diagrams for the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport/ASX/RVR can be found in the owner’s manual. These diagrams show the location of each fuse and what each fuse protects.

If you need to replace a fuse, it is important to use a fuse with the correct amperage rating. The amperage rating is printed on the top of the fuse.

Here are some tips for replacing a fuse:

  1. Turn off the electrical circuit that the fuse protects.
  2. Use a fuse puller to remove the old fuse.
  3. Insert the new fuse into the fuse box.
  4. Turn on the electrical circuit.

If you are not comfortable replacing a fuse, it is best to take your vehicle to a qualified mechanic.

Here are some common causes of blown fuses:

  • Overloading the electrical circuit
  • Corroded or damaged fuses
  • Faulty wiring
  • Electrical shorts

If you have a blown fuse, it is important to identify the cause of the problem before replacing the fuse. Otherwise, the new fuse will likely blow again.

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