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Troubleshooting ABS Issues in the Mitsubishi Outlander

The Mitsubishi Outlander is a popular vehicle that is equipped with the MK61 Antilock Braking System (ABS) module. However, many owners have reported a common issue with the ABS warning light illuminating on the central instrument cluster. This blog post aims to shed light on this problem and provide a cost-effective solution for Mitsubishi Outlander owners.

Common ABS Issues in the Mitsubishi Outlander:

The ABS warning light illuminating is a telltale sign of a failing ABS unit. This issue has been observed in the following Mitsubishi Outlander models:


Mitsubishi Outlander ZG - 4B12 I4 16V DOHC VVT 2005-2012

Mitsubishi Outlander ZH - 4B12 I4 16V DOHC VVT 2006-2012

Mitsubishi Outlander ZG - 6B31 V6 24V SOHC VVT 2006-2012

Mitsubishi Outlander ZH - 6B31 V6 24V SOHC VVT 2006-2012


Faults Associated with a Failed ABS Module

When the ABS module fails, several common faults may occur, including:

Fault code C1073 - faulty motor drive circuit.

Fault code C2116 - abnormality in power supply voltage in pump motor.

Fault code C2104 - faulty valve power supply circuit.

Fault code C1200 - wheel speed sensor signal open circuit

Fault code C2200 - module internal error.

Fault code P1773 - malfunction of ABS.

Diagnosing the Issue

In some cases, resolving the ABS issue can be as simple as replacing a faulty wheel speed sensor. However, in many cases, the diagnosis points to a faulty ABS control unit. Automotive dealerships often recommend a complete replacement of the ABS unit after performing basic checks and scanning the vehicle for diagnostic trouble codes.

A Cost-Effective Solution

Unfortunately, once the vehicles are outside the dealership's warranty period, the cost of a replacement ABS unit can exceed $2000. But there is a more affordable alternative. Injectronics, a reputable company, offers a cost-effective solution by remanufacturing the customer's own MK61 ABS unit. This approach eliminates the need for reprogramming once the unit is refitted to the original vehicle, making it a more efficient solution overall.

If you own a Mitsubishi Outlander and have been experiencing issues with the ABS warning light illuminating, don't panic. The MK61 ABS module is known to have common failures, but there is a cost-effective solution available. Instead of spending a significant amount on a replacement ABS unit, consider reaching out to Injectronics to have your own MK61 ABS unit remanufactured. Not only will this save you money, but it will also ensure that your ABS system operates smoothly, providing you with a safer driving experience in your Mitsubishi Outlander.

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