L200 Classic Clearing ABS Diagnostic codes

#1 by Meeshy , Thu Aug 01, 2019 11:36 am

Hello folks, can anyone point me to the Group 00 Troubleshooting section in the manuals for a 2006 Animal K74. I have attached a copy of the page that identifies the section. It appears to be a hyperlink in the document but it does not work for me.

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RE: L200 Classic Clearing ABS Diagnostic codes

#2 by AD , Thu Aug 01, 2019 12:15 pm


 
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RE: L200 Classic Clearing ABS Diagnostic codes

#3 by Meeshy , Thu Aug 01, 2019 2:47 pm

#AD I am trying to erase the fault codes, that I found using the dash light procedure.


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RE: L200 Classic Clearing ABS Diagnostic codes

#4 by Heathen , Thu Aug 01, 2019 6:11 pm


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RE: L200 Classic Clearing ABS Diagnostic codes

#5 by AD , Thu Aug 01, 2019 6:51 pm

Have you still got light on


 
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#6 by Meeshy , Thu Aug 01, 2019 7:24 pm

Sadly yes, the instructions in 00 General, don't relate to my year 2006 Animal Classic, as I don't have a valve relay to remove, I only have an ABS relay. The relay next to the ABS relay is for the 4wd solenoids. If I remove the ABS relay the circuit to the ABS lamp on the dash becomes open circuit as the relay is NC (normally closed), and I can't read the faults, but if the ABS relay is in position I can read the faults. Start again tomorrow I think. (Sorry for the uncontrolable brain dump)


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RE: L200 Classic Clearing ABS Diagnostic codes

#7 by AD , Thu Aug 01, 2019 7:43 pm

Hope don't have the same problem.


 
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#8 by 123hotchef , Fri Aug 02, 2019 8:28 am

is ur light still on @AD


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RE: L200 Classic Clearing ABS Diagnostic codes

#9 by AD , Fri Aug 02, 2019 8:49 am

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is ur light still on @AD

ye ain't had time to look at it,prob this afternoon or tomorrow afternoon.


 
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#10 by 123hotchef , Fri Aug 02, 2019 8:53 am

good luck


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RE: L200 Classic Clearing ABS Diagnostic codes

#11 by Meeshy , Thu Aug 08, 2019 5:11 pm

Finally borrowed a Solus Pro and attached to the ABS ECU, cleared all the ABS DTC's. Left with 81, 82, 83, 84. Relating to G-Sensor, 4 Wheel drive sensors and switches etc not initialised. This sounds like a trip to Mitsubishi unless anyone can advise on where else to look. All these circuits appear to be conneced to the ABS ECU. Will have another look at wiring.
On the plus side I have initated the ABS pump and the solenoids, so I think another round of bleeding the brakes should clear the sponginess.


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RE: L200 Classic Clearing ABS Diagnostic codes

#12 by Silver200 , Thu Dec 26, 2019 11:38 am

I have had a number of ABS error codes stored since getting our Classic. 21, 22, 23, 26, 32 but I couldn't clear the codes until today, when I stumbled across a Service Bulletin MSB-00E35-001 hidden in Section 35B (ABS 2WD section of the manual) I have 4WD but the bulletin is in the 2WD section only.
If you have the PDF manual it is page 1114.

So to clear ABS codes without MUT-11 here is what to do -

Ignition OFF
Press the brake pedal.
Turn ignition ON (ABS light comes on)
within 3 seconds release brake pedal and then
press and release the brake pedal 10 times in quick succession.
wait and you should see ABS light come on for 1 second and then go off again.

Codes 21 - 24 apparently are more awkward - If ABS light does not appear for 1 second, go back to the beginning and do it again.

Job done!!

Hurrah!!


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RE: L200 Classic Clearing ABS Diagnostic codes

#13 by 123hotchef , Thu Dec 26, 2019 10:54 pm

Quote: Silver200 wrote in post #12
I have had a number of ABS error codes stored since getting our Classic. 21, 22, 23, 26, 32 but I couldn't clear the codes until today, when I stumbled across a Service Bulletin MSB-00E35-001 hidden in Section 35B (ABS 2WD section of the manual) I have 4WD but the bulletin is in the 2WD section only.
If you have the PDF manual it is page 1114.

So to clear ABS codes without MUT-11 here is what to do -

Ignition OFF
Press the brake pedal.
Turn ignition ON (ABS light comes on)
within 3 seconds release brake pedal and then
press and release the brake pedal 10 times in quick succession.
wait and you should see ABS light come on for 1 second and then go off again.

Codes 21 - 24 apparently are more awkward - If ABS light does not appear for 1 second, go back to the beginning and do it again.

Job done!!

Hurrah!!





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RE: L200 Classic Clearing ABS Diagnostic codes

#14 by Silver200 , Thu Dec 26, 2019 10:58 pm

Or see pages 80 and 81 in this document -

ABS 2WD

Yes 10 times.

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RE: L200 Classic Clearing ABS Diagnostic codes

#15 by 123hotchef , Thu Dec 26, 2019 11:01 pm

cheers man never seen that before probably not looked but the mrs truck still has the abs light on even after i have changed the offending wiring


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RE: L200 Classic Clearing ABS Diagnostic codes

#16 by ronniecabers , Fri Dec 27, 2019 9:15 am

@123hotchef guessing you are going to give it a try Lee. If so can you report back on it too please. I'll move it to the How TOS If I have two confirmed reports it works


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RE: L200 Classic Clearing ABS Diagnostic codes

#17 by 123hotchef , Fri Dec 27, 2019 9:45 am

sure mate i will try it later when i take the mrs truck out


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RE: L200 Classic Clearing ABS Diagnostic codes

#18 by 123hotchef , Fri Dec 27, 2019 3:02 pm

Well it didn't turn my abs light off


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RE: L200 Classic Clearing ABS Diagnostic codes

#19 by Daviemtc , Fri Dec 27, 2019 5:10 pm

I tried the solus pro a few weeks ago when I couldn't find my MUT2, now the MUT won't talk to the ABS and when I tried the wire from socket 1 the light flashes like a fekin strobe with no sequence at all?????
I tried the above earlier to no avail.
Do I need to run the truck for a few miles first to get an accurate reading?


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#20 by Silver200 , Fri Dec 27, 2019 7:38 pm

If the light just flashes on off every half second that means you have been successful - there are no codes stored - all clear.

By the way, just use a piece of bent wire between terminals 1 and 4, instead of trying to connect wire 1 to earth. Pin 4 is earth.

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RE: L200 Classic Clearing ABS Diagnostic codes

#21 by Silver200 , Fri Dec 27, 2019 7:47 pm

Here are the full instructions from the Mitsubishi Service Bulletin directly.
Bit of a mess in terms of crossing out and stuff, but this is what Mitsubishi say and it worked for me....eventually.

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RE: L200 Classic Clearing ABS Diagnostic codes

#22 by Daviemtc , Sat Dec 28, 2019 12:52 am

Quote: Silver200 wrote in post #20
If the light just flashes on off every half second that means you have been successful - there are no codes stored - all clear.

By the way, just use a piece of bent wire between terminals 1 and 4, instead of trying to connect wire 1 to earth. Pin 4 is earth.



Best thing I've read all day cheers man.


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RE: L200 Classic Clearing ABS Diagnostic codes

#23 by 123hotchef , Sat Dec 28, 2019 11:04 am

Quote: Silver200 wrote in post #21
Here are the full instructions from the Mitsubishi Service Bulletin directly.
Bit of a mess in terms of crossing out and stuff, but this is what Mitsubishi say and it worked for me....eventually.



Well after reading the update it appears the 10 presses of the brake pedal needs to be done with the earth wire still attached to pin 1.


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#24 by Silver200 , Sat Dec 28, 2019 4:40 pm

Here is the full (as far as I can tell) sequence of instrutions and revised instructions for MY1997on, and then for MY2000on.
For READING ABS codes I see a difference between MY1997on and MY2000on - remove valve relay for MY1997on, do not remove anything for MY2000on

For MY1997on the original instructions are here in section 35B -
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They refer to section 00 here -
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These instructions only refer to removing power for 10 seconds or more to remove codes - Doesn't work for ABS codes.
They also refer to switching ignition OFF to read the codes. WRONG.

Then on 15/12/1998 this TSB was issued relating to READING diagnosis codes -
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Here is fixing switching ignition ON to read the codes. CORRECT.
(Note : Still refers to removing power for 10 seconds or more to remove codes - Doesn't work for ABS codes.)

Then on 30/5/2000 the following TSB was issued relating to CLEARING codes for ABS -
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with these revised instructions -
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Here we see that section 00 is no longer referred to. Instead we get reference to pressing brake pedal to clear codes. CORRECT.
There is no mention of connecting Pin 1 to earth to do the reset.
Does mention trying multiple times in case of codes 21 to 24.
THESE ARE FINAL INSTRUCTIONS I HAVE SEEN FOR MY 1997 - 1999


For MY2000on the original instructions are here in section 35B -
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These instructions do suggest to have Pin 1 earthed while doing the reset with brake pedal.

Then on 30/5/2000 this TSB was issued -
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with these revised instructions -
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Now they say NOT to have Pin 1 earthed. Also mentions trying multiple times in case of codes 21 to 24.
THESE ARE FINAL INSTRUCTIONS I HAVE SEEN FOR MY 2000 - 2005

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RE: L200 Classic Clearing ABS Diagnostic codes

#25 by ronniecabers , Sat Dec 28, 2019 6:52 pm

If others with issues can let me know if this definelty works then that would be great and I'll move it all to a How to

Many thanks for the find Silver200


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