Mitsubishi Pajero Upgrade Alarm

There are some jobs that I get a really good kick out of doing. As is normally the case, most of the installation is hidden so will never to get swooned over and admired.

I simply have to take a quiet satisfaction that it’s done to my standards as opposed to horrid little crows nest created by one of the local car audio shops scrunched up behind the panels!

However when your customer notices the attention to detail on what is visible and appreciates the effort put in it make the job particularly sweet.

Mitsubishi Pajero Alarm Installation

Today I had a 2014 Mitsubishi Pajero in for a Cobra AK4615 upgrade alarm. My Customer had driven down from Auckland with his wife on his way down to the South Island for a holiday. He had booked the job some weeks ago after spending reading up about options on the website.

Mitsubishi Pajero Alarm

Gen 4 Mitsubishi Pajero released in 2006. AKA Mitsubishi Shogun in the UK. (Tosser if you are Spanish!)

The Pajero has existing keyless entry and transponder immobiliser which makes the Cobra AK4615 the perfect fit. It has no factory alarm but the later models do have blanks where optional ultrasonic sensors would go in the center roof lining trim by the rear view mirror.

Installing Ultrasonic Sensors

Left ultrasonic pod drilled out and fitted – right one still to do…

Here is how they look when back in the car:

Super clean ultrasonic installation.

Super clean ultrasonic sensor installation.

If you have an older model then it is not the end of the world. The Cobra Ultrasonic pods are a perfect colour match:

Cobra Ultrasonic pods in a 2009 Pajero Sport

Cobra Ultrasonic pods in a 2009 Pajero Sport

Then there is the LED

Cobra LED over-ride control panel

Cobra LED over-ride control panel

That’s all there is to see, the engine bay remains unblemished as the siren is hidden. The is a factory bonnet switch built into the latch.

The Pajero also has twin horns so along with the Cobra siren which makes the alarm hideously loud.}

Remote Mirror Fold

Mirror fold comes as standard on the Pajero and a 3rd press of the lock button on the factory remote folds them in.

If you don’t have a¬†working Mitsubishi remote control then the AK4698 is a great option and I can make the mirrors fold in on the first press of the Cobra remote.

Mitsubishi Pajero Alarm works with the factory remote control

Cobra AK4615 works with the factory Mitsubishi remote control

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