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NOTE When you transfer ownership of the vehicle Starting and driving Anti-lock brake system ABS Warning display type 1 After driving on icy roads E E After driving on snow or icy roads, remove any The anti-lock brake system ABS helps prevent snow and ice which may have accumulated around the wheels from locking during braking. Page Maintenance Rear combination lamps E Stop and tail lamps and rear turn-signal lamps 1.
Press the mode selector button 3 and select CD mode. For pleasant driving Enrollment commands E Phrase English French Spanish Italian German Dutch Portuguese Russian 1 2 Electric window control switch p. When the deletion of the telephone number 6.
MP3 files, the repeat mode causes only files has been loaded in the autochanger, the au- The display window will display the track number Manual setting ton 2 to turn ON the radio. For emergencies If the vehicle breaks down Emergency starting 2. Type 1 Make a record of the key number and store the key and key number tag in separate pla- The key fits all locks. To change the indication on the screen down with the weight of passengers and This may make the distance to a projecting of the inside rear-view mirror luggage in the vehicle.
For emergencies If the vehicle breaks down Page 10 Overview Interior E 1. Heated Mirror Functions can be modified as stated below. Page Be careful of ice on the road. Fuel tank filler door release lever p.
Handle halogen lamp bulbs with care. Maintenance Licence plate lamps 3. Internal protection against high temperatures. For pleasant driving Error codes USB memory device E Vehicles with Link System If an error code 1 appears in the display, take action in accordance with the table below. For pleasant driving 5. Fuel tank capacity 2WD: Depress the brake pedal and stop the vehicle mains on or comes on frequently, have the vehicle in a safe place.
Replacement Of Lamp Bulbs, Bulb Capacity Except for vehicles with high intensity discharge ble to repair or replace just the bulb. E Each time you lightly press the multi-information When a tripmeter goes past AWC control fluid tank p. Position lamps except for vehicles with high intensity discharge head- lamps 5. For emergencies Slowly rotate the wheel nut wrench until the 5.
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Page Vehicle care Lwners they are in contact, wipe off with soft cloth, cha- mois or the like and an aqueous solution of neutral detergent then immediately rinse the affected parts with plenty of water. You can register 2.
Wrap the tip of the bar with a cloth, insert it deeply into the notch provided in the wheel cover, and use it to lever up the cover a little. Before driving and after travelling a CAUTION short distance, always check the majual to make sure it is securely fastened to the Make sure that the weight of the luggage roof carrier.
Turn-signal Lever, Adaptive Front Lighting System afs You can adjust the time required to operate the lever for the 3-flash function. If any system does not function but the fuse 30 A: The E Observe permissible maximum speed for max. Starting and driving Hill start assist 2.
2015 Mitsubishi Lancer – Owner’s Manual (434 pages)
Page 60 Type 1 may need to be replaced. Turn the bulb D anticlockwise, and then re- W21W move the headlamp bulb with holder. Page Starting and driving NOTE Reversing sensor system detection areas CAUTION Depending on whether the vehicle is equipped with The buzzer may sound lower than the normal a towing bar, you can change the reversing sensor warning sound when the reversing sensor sys- The reversing sensor system may lanccer op- system between the standard mode and the towing tem is receiving ultrasonic noise from other For pleasant driving Turn the temperature control dial clockwise or anti- Cooling NOTE clockwise to the desired temperature.
Ownsrs Cold And Snowy Weather, Fusible Links Maintenance For cold and snowy weather Fusible links Hinges and latches lubrication Check all latches and hinges, and, if necessary, E E The fusible links will melt to prevent a fire if a have them lubricated. When the headlamps are subsequent- tion, the lamps will remain on for about 3 mi- ized Service Point.
2014 Mitsubishi Lancer – Owner’s Manual (434 pages)
For instructions on setting the language of The order is: Enter text from picture: Page For emergencies Tighten the wheel nuts until the flanges Achieved by applying a force of to CAUTION of the wheel nuts touch the wheel and the N at the end of the wheel nut wrench sup- wheel is not loose.
The interval from the start of your trip until this message is displayed can be set. Page Maintenance Fuses 1. Page NOTE If the warning is displayed while the en- Immediately have your vehicle checked by a gine oil level is normal, have it inspected. Maintenance down the washer tank spout and move the 3. Page 13 Overview Trunk area Except for vehicles with spare wheel E 1.
Tyre repair kit p. Use this display as rough guide for taking rests during a long drive.
Overview Outside Front E 1. The finned parts inside the turbocharger turn at ex You are not allowed to tamper with the seat belts or their mounting in any way. Power supply error of external device.