Information screen says "LOCK" No clock; no radio; no CD. Drives as well as ever after nearly 19 yraes!
2002 Mitsubishi Shogun 3.2 DID Equippe

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Jaime Gill
Driver
1 points

Problem added: Apr 17, 2021 (3 months ago)
dashboar screen stopped displaying:- date. time. radio station etc. and just says "LOCK"
Everything else is working.

Car details
Car: Mitsubishi Shogun
Variant: 3.2 DID Equippe
Model Year: 2002
Category: Electrics, ECU, Warnings & Lights
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whittingehame
Legend
20,220 points

Apr 17, 2021 (3 months ago)
Could check the fuses . The only schematic I have starts from 2003 and shows 2 different fuses related to radio .

Fuse Layout Mitsubishi Shogun 2003-2006


Table of Contents
Passenger Compartment
Fuse Box Location
Fuse Box Diagram
Engine Compartment
Fuse Box Location
Fuse Box Diagram
Passenger Compartment
Fuse Box Location
The fuse panel is located behind the cover in the instrument panel. Pull the fuse box lid to remove it. Use fuse puller to remove the fuses.

The location of the fuses in the passenger compartment: Mitsubishi Pajero, Shogun, Montero (2002-2006)

Fuse Box Diagram
Instrument panel fuse box diagram: Mitsubishi Pajero, Shogun, Montero (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006)

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Assignment of the fuses in the instrument panel
№ Description Capacity
1 Rear window wiper 15A
2 Not used -
3 Radio 10A
4 Cigarette lighter 15A
5 Relay 10A
6 Gauge 10A
7 Engine control 20A
8 Reversing lamps 10A
9 Rear fog lamp 10A
10 Central door locks 20A
11 Rear window demister 30A
12 Heater 30A
13 LHD: Sunroof 20A
13 RHD: Heated door mirror 10A
14 LHD: Anti-lock brake system 10A
14 RHD: Heated seat 20A
15 LHD: Heated seat 20A
15 RHD: Anti-lock brake system 10A
16 LHD: Heated door mirror 10A
16 RHD: Sunroof 20A
17 Spare fuse 10A
18 Spare fuse 15A
19 Spare fuse 20A
20 Spare fuse 30A
Engine Compartment
Fuse Box Location
The location of the fuses in the engine compartment: Mitsubishi Pajero, Shogun, Montero (2002-2006)

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Fuse Box Diagram
Under-hood fuse box diagram: Mitsubishi Pajero, Shogun, Montero (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006)

Assignment of the fuses in the engine compartment
№ Description Capacity
1 Alternator 120A
2 Fuse (+B) 60A
3 Ignition switch 40A
4 Electrical window control 30A
5 Engine control 20A
6 Fuel pump 20A
7 Rear air conditioning 25A
8 Accessory socket 15A
9 Fuel line heater 25A
9 Daytime running lamp 15A
10 Condenser fan motor 25A
11 Rear air conditioning 20A
12 Horn 10A
12 Wiper deicer 15A
13 Horn 10A
14 Automatic transmission 20A
15 Hazard warning flasher 10A
16 Stop lamps 15A
17 Radio 10A
18 Room lamp 10A
19 Air conditioning 10A
20 Front fog lamps 20A
21 Horn 10A
22 Windscreen wiper 20A
23 Tail lamps (right) 10A
24 Tail lamps (left) 10A
25 Headlamp low beam (right) 10A
26 Headlamp low beam (left) 10A
27 Headlamp upper beam (right) 10A
28 Headlamp upper beam (left) 10A
29 Not used -
30 Heater 50A
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Jaime Gill
Driver
1 points

Apr 17, 2021 (3 months ago)
Thank you for the suggestion - I've been running the car for more than 18 years with very few problems - I'll be visiting my "Car Care Givers" next week with hopefully both problem and solution.
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Jaime Gill
Driver
1 points

May 1, 2021 (3 months ago)
I have, with a bit of embarrassment, to tell you that I have now found out why my information screen went into "LOCK".
The entertainment system has a removeable button stick to allow the driver to take it with him when leaving the vehicle unattended making it a less desirable theft prospect. In the first fortnight of ownership I used to put it in its case and take it away with me until it became too much hassle. Over the next 18+ years I completely forgot that this security measure existed. So when the amazingly small release lever was inadvertently touched the stick got disconnected without being detached and the screen showed "LOCKED". Situation now normal and all systems operational! Thank you for your consideration.
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whittingehame
Legend
20,220 points

May 1, 2021 (3 months ago)
Thanks for updating the forum , good all is well again
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