The Mitsubishi Triton is a compact pickup truck produced by Mitsubishi Motors. It was originally known as the Mitsubishi Forte in Japan from 1978 to 1986, when the name was discontinued in favour of the Strada. In the United States two captive imports of the Forte were sold by the Chrysler Corporation from 1979, as the Dodge Ram 50 and Plymouth Arrow Truck. Mitsubishi itself imported it as the Mighty Max when it began selling directly in the U.S. from 1982, at which point the Plymouth ceased to be available. For most export markets the name L200 is used,though it also been known as the Rodeo, Colt Bakkie, Storm, Magnum, and others. The fourth generation Triton, built in Mitsubishi’s subsidiary in Thailand and launched in 2005, was designed by Akinori Nakanishi and is exported to 140 global markets. Cumulative sales of the first three generations exceeded 2.8 million units around the world. However, Proton has renewed cross-licensing and technology transfer agreements with Mitsubishi as of October 2008, and a second-generation Proton Arena replacement called the Proton Jumbuck 2nd. (Quoted from

In this following article, the electrical system wiring diagram for 1991 Mitsubishi Pickup is provided. This wiring and schematic diagram will help the technician or vehicle owner to perform troubleshooting to deal with electrical problem or connection problem between the vehicle components and electrical parts. The files are in pdf. The wiring diagram system discussed are as follows :

2-Speed Wiper/Washer Circuit
A/C Circuit
Charging Circuit
Heater Circuit
Horn Circuit
Intermittent Wiper/Washer Circuit
Power Door Lock Circuit
Power Window Circuit
Radio Circuits
Starting Circuit
Engine Compartment, Headlights
Computer Engine Control
Fuse Block,Automatic control system, ignition switch

For more information and details about the wiring diagram of the vehicle, you can download the pdf files from the following source (password :


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