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Mitsubishi Outlander 2007 Owner's Manual

Mitsubishi Outlander 2007 Owner's Manual

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Специально для
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Руководство пользователя
Mitsubishi Outlander'007 a.k.a XL
*на английском языке*
от dr.

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  • Page 1 Специально для Руководство пользователя Mitsubishi Outlander‘007 a.k.a XL *на английском языке* от dr.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Overview General information Locking and unlocking Seat and seat belts Instruments and controls Starting and driving For pleasant driving For emergencies Vehicle care Maintenance Specifications...
  • Page 3 Overview Instruments and controls E00100102300 Headlamp levelling switch* P. 3-60 Sonar switch* P. 4-50 Combination headlamps and dipper switch P. 3-56 Turn-signal lever P. 3-63 Front fog lamp switch* P. 3-64 Instruments P. 3-2 Active stability control (ASC) OFF Windscreen wiper and switch* P.
  • Page 4 Overview Headlamp levelling switch P. 3-60 Sonar switch P. 4-50 Windscreen wiper and washer switch P. 3-66 Rear window wiper and washer switch P. 3-68 Instruments P. 3-2 Active stability control (ASC) OFF switch P. 4-37 Combination headlamps and dipper switch P. 3-56 Turn-signal lever P.
  • Page 5 Digital clock* P. 5-74 Supplemental restraint system Audio system* P. 5-16, 5-40 (SRS) - airbag (for the front HDD navigation & Mitsubishi Multi-Communication System* passenger’s seat) P. 2-53, 2-60 Hazard warning flasher switch P. 3-64 Upper glove box P. 5-120 Air conditioning P.
  • Page 6 Digital clock* P. 5-74 Centre ventilators Audio system* P. 5-16, 5-40 P. 5-2 Supplemental restraint system HDD navigation & Mitsubishi Multi-Communication System* (SRS) - airbag (for the front pas- senger’s seat) P. 2-53, 2-60 Hazard warning flasher switch P. 3-64 Upper glove box P.
  • Page 7 Overview Interior E00100201737 Electric remote-controlled outside rear-view mirrors switch P. 4-9 Adjustable seat belt anchor P. 2-37 Lock switch P. 1-51 Seat belts P. 2-33 Room lamp (rear) P. 5-115 Central door lock switch P. 1-38 Electric window control switch P. 1-51 Sun visors P.
  • Page 8 Overview Head restraints P. 2-22 Sunglasses holder P. 5-126 SRS curtain airbag* P. 2-53, 2-65 Sunroof switch* P. 1-55 Map lamp & room Cargo area cover P. 5-131 lamp (front) P. 5-115 Quarter trim box P. 5-126 Bottle holder P. 5-129 Luggage floor box (5 persons) P.
  • Page 9 Overview Electric remote-controlled outside rear-view mirrors switch P. 4-9 Central door lock Adjustable seat belt anchor P. 2-37 switch P. 1-38 Seat belts P. 2-33 Lock switch P. 1-51 Room lamp (rear) P. 5-115 Electric window control switch P. 1-51 Sun visor P.
  • Page 10 Overview Head restraints P. 2-22 Sunglasses holder P. 5-126 SRS curtain airbag* P. 2-53, 2-65 Sunroof switch* P. 1-55 Map lamp & room lamp (front) P. 5-115 Cargo area cover P. 5-131 Bottle holder P. 5-129 Luggage floor box (5 persons) P. 5-127 Armrest P.
  • Page 11 Overview Luggage area E00100400699 Accessory socket P. 5-113 Luggage hook P. 5-133 Luggage hook P. 5-133 Jack P. 6-9 Tools P. 6-9 Luggage hook P. 5-133 Luggage hook P. 5-133...
  • Page 12 Overview Exterior E00100501929 Windscreen wipers P. 3-66 Sunroof* P. 1-55 Electric window control P. 1-50 Bonnet P. 8-3 Fuel tank filler P. 2 Outside rear-view mirror P. 4-9 Headlamps P. 3-56, 8-35, 8-37 Position lamps P. 3-56, 8-35, 8-40 Turn-signal lamps/Hazard warning lamps Turn-signal lamps P.
  • Page 13: Locking And Unlocking

    Overview Split tailgate P. 1-43 Keyless entry system P. 1-6 Antenna P. 5-73 Keyless operation system* P. 1-9 Locking and unlocking the doors P. 1-35 Rear spoiler Rear window wiper P. 3-68 Rear fog lamp P. 3-65, 8-35, 8-47 Size of tyres and wheels P. 9-9 Tyre inflation pressures P.
  • Page 14 General information Fuel selection ......Filling the fuel tank ......Installation of accessories .
  • Page 15: Fuel Selection

    If you moved away and did something else (for example, cleaning your windscreen) part-way through the refuelling process, you could pick up a fresh charge of static electricity. ● If the tank cap must be replaced, use only a MITSUBISHI MOTORS original part.
  • Page 16 General information Fuel tank capacity 60 litres Refuelling 1. Before filling with fuel, stop the engine. 2. The fuel tank filler is located on the rear left side of your vehicle. Open the fuel tank filler door with the release lever located the side of the driver’s seat.
  • Page 17 General information 3. Open the fuel tank filler tube by slowly turning the cap 4. Insert the gun in the tank port as far as it goes. anticlockwise. CAUTION ● Do not tilt the gun. 5. When the gun stops automatically, remove the gun half the way in the tank port.
  • Page 18: Installation Of Accessories

    We recommend you to consult your MITSUBISHI MOTORS ferent manufactures available in the market, it is not possible, Authorised Service Point. not only for MITSUBISHI MOTORS, but also a MITSUBISHI ● The installation of accessories, optional components, etc., MOTORS Authorised Service Point, to check whether the...
  • Page 19: Modification/Alterations To The Electrical Or Fuel Systems

    General information Modification/alterations to the electrical or Genuine Parts fuel systems E00200500499 MITSUBISHI MOTORS has gone to great lengths to bring you E00200400368 a superbly crafted automobile offering the highest quality and MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION has always manu- dependability. factured safe, high quality vehicles. In order to maintain this...
  • Page 20: Safety And Disposal Information For Used

    General information Safety and disposal information for used engine oil E00200600155 WARNING ● Prolonged and repeated contact may cause serious skin disorders, including dermatitis and cancer. ● Avoid contact with the skin as far as possible and wash thoroughly after any contact. ●...
  • Page 22 Locking and unlocking Keys ........1- Electronic immobiliser (Anti-theft starting system).
  • Page 23: Keys

    Locking and unlocking Keys Type 2 E00300100858 Type 1, Type 2 Two keys are provided. The keys fit all locks. Keep one in a safe place as a spare key. Type 1 1- Key for the electronic immobiliser and keyless entry system 2- Key number tag 1- Key for the electronic immobiliser 2- Key number tag...
  • Page 24 Locking and unlocking Type 3 NOTE Two keyless operation key and two emergency keys are pro- ● You can remove the emergency key from the keyless vided. Keep one keyless operation key and one emergency key operation key to lock or unlock the glove box. Refer to in a safe place together as a set of spare keys.
  • Page 25: Electronic Immobiliser (Anti-Theft Starting System)

    Locking and unlocking ● The engine is designed so that it will not start if the Electronic immobiliser IDcode registered in the immobiliser computer and the (Anti-theft starting system) key’s ID code do not match. Refer to the section entitled E00300200703 “Electronic immobiliser”...
  • Page 26 Locking and unlocking NOTE ● In the following cases, the vehicle may not be able to receive the registered ID code from the registered key and the engine may not start. • When the key contacts a key ring or other metallic or magnetic object.
  • Page 27: Keyless Entry System

    To obtain a replacement or extra spare key, take your will be locked or unlocked as desired. It is also possible to vehicle and all remaining key to your MITSUBISHI operate the door mirrors, electric window. MOTORS Authorized Service Point. All the keys have to be re-registered in the immobiliser computer unit.
  • Page 28 ● It is possible to modify functions as follows: For further information, please contact your authorized MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer. • The time for automatic relocking can be changed. • The confirmation function (blinking of the turn-signal...
  • Page 29 ● If you wish to add a remote control switch, we recom- To extend mend you to contact your MITSUBISHI MOTORS Within 30 seconds of unlocking the doors and tailgate using the Authorised Service Point. UNLOCK switch (2), press the UNLOCK switch twice rapidly A maximum of 4 remote control switches are available for to return the door mirrors to their extended positions.
  • Page 30: Keyless Operation System

    Locking and unlocking Keyless operation system E00305600018 The keyless operation system allows you to lock and unlock the doors and tailgate and start the engine simply by carrying the keyless operation key with you. The keyless operation key can also be used as the keyless entry system remote control switch.
  • Page 31 Please con- with strong radio waves or noise. sult an authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer. In such cases, use the emergency key. • You can limit operations to locking and unlocking the Refer to “To operate without using the keyless operation...
  • Page 32 Locking and unlocking Operating range of the keyless operation system Operating range for locking and unlocking the doors and tailgate E00305700019 If you are carrying the keyless operation key, enter the operat- E00306200011 ing range of the keyless operation system, and operate a door The operating range is about 70 cm from the driver’s door, or tailgate switch or handle, the ID code for your key is veri- front passenger’s door, and tailgate handle.
  • Page 33 Locking and unlocking Operating range for starting the engine NOTE ● Locking and unlocking are only possible when the door or E00306300012 The operating range is the interior of the vehicle. tailgate is operated while the keyless operation key is being detected.
  • Page 34 If you wait longer than 3 seconds and pull on one of the handles, the doors and tailgate will be unlocked. The time allowed for checking that the vehicle is locked can be adjusted. For further information, please contact your authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer. 1-13...
  • Page 35 For further information, please contact When you are carrying the keyless operation key, if you grip your authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer. the handle on the driver’s door or front passenger’s door or pull ● To unlock, securely grip the sensor (B) on the rear of a...
  • Page 36 30 seconds. NOTE ● Functions can be modified as stated below. For further information, please contact your authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer. • Set the confirmation function (flashing of the turn-signal lamps) to operate only when the vehicle is locked or only when the vehicle is unlocked.
  • Page 37 ● The switch operations for the door and tailgate can be tion system : Ignition switch” on page 1-17, 1-27. changed as follows. For further information, please con- tact your authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer. • Disable the “Close” operation of the sunroof and electric window control.
  • Page 38: Ignition Switch

    Locking and unlocking Ignition switch The engine is stopped, but the audio system and other electric E00306500014 In order to prevent theft, the engine will not start unless a pre- devices can be operated. registered keyless operation key is used. (Engine immobiliser function) The engine is running, and all the vehicle’s electrical devices If you are carrying the keyless operation key, you can start the...
  • Page 39 Locking and unlocking When turning from “LOCK” (PUSH OFF) to “ACC” When turning from “ACC” to “LOCK” E00306600015 E00306700016 Push the ignition switch and then turn it slowly. Put the gearshift lever into the “N” (Neutral) position, and slowly turn the ignition switch while pushing until it is in the “LOCK”...
  • Page 40 Locking and unlocking Warning activation CAUTION E00305900011 In order to prevent vehicle theft or the accidental operation of ● Do not remove the ignition key from the ignition the keyless operation system, the buzzer and the display on the switch while driving. The steering wheel will be information screen in the multi-information display are used to locked, causing loss of control.
  • Page 41 If any of the following warnings are activated, please contact Keyless operation key take-out monitoring system an authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer. When the ignition switch is in any position other than “LOCK” (PUSH OFF) and you open any of the doors and take the key- less operation key out from the vehicle and the keyless opera- There is a fault in the keyless operation system.
  • Page 42 For further information, please contact your authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer. ● Even if you have the keyless operation key within the...
  • Page 43 Locking and unlocking Door ajar prevention system Ignition switch turn-off reminder system When the ignition switch is in the “LOCK” (PUSH OFF) posi- When the ignition switch is in any position other than the tion, if you try to lock the doors and tailgate by pressing one of “LOCK”...
  • Page 44 Locking and unlocking Steering wheel lock Starting E00306800017 E00306900018 To lock Tips for starting ● Do not operate the starter motor continuously longer than Turn the steering wheel until it is locked. 10 seconds; doing so could run down the battery. If the To unlock engine does not start, turn the ignition switch back to Turn the ignition switch to the “ACC”...
  • Page 45 Locking and unlocking Starting the engine CAUTION E00307000016 1. Fasten the seat belt. ● Never attempt to start the engine by pushing or pull- 2. Apply the parking brake. ing the vehicle. 3. Depress and hold the brake pedal. ● Do not run the engine at high rpm or drive the vehi- 4.
  • Page 46 ● A ticking noise may be heard after starting the engine. This is not an abnormal condition. The noise will disap- pear after a short time of engine running. If the ticking noise continues after the engine is warmed up, please contact your authorized MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer. 1-25...
  • Page 47 Locking and unlocking Locking and unlocking the doors NOTE ● Only use the emergency key for emergencies. If the key- Turning the emergency key in the forward direction locks the doors, and turning it in the rear direction unlocks the doors. less operation key battery wears out, replace it as quickly Also refer to “Locking and unlocking: Doors”...
  • Page 48 Locking and unlocking Electronic immobiriser (Anti-theft startingsystem) Ignition switch E00307300019 E00307400010 The electronic immobiriser is designed to significantly reduce In order to prevent theft, the engine will not start unless a pre- the possibility of vehicle theft. The purpose of the system is to registered emergency key is used (engine immobiliser func- immobilise the vehicle if an invalid start is attempted.
  • Page 49 Locking and unlocking When turning from “LOCK” to “ACC” NOTE ● Your vehicle equipped with an electronic immobiliser, to 1. Take the emergency key out of the keyless operation key. Refer to “Emergency keys” on page 1-25. start the engine, the ID code which the transponder inside 2.
  • Page 50 Locking and unlocking 3. Insert the emergency key into the ignition switch, and turn When turning from “ACC” to “LOCK” slowly while pushing. 1. While pushing the ignition switch, turn to the “LOCK” position and pull out the key. 2. Install the ignition switch cover. 3.
  • Page 51 Locking and unlocking Steering wheel lock Starting E00307500011 E00307600012 To lock Tips for starting ● Do not operate the starter motor continuously longer than Turn the emergency key to the “LOCK” position. Turn the steering wheel until it is locked. 10 seconds;...
  • Page 52 Locking and unlocking Starting the engine CAUTION 1. Fasten the seat belt. ● Never attempt to start the engine by pushing or pull- 2. Apply the parking brake. 3. Depress and hold the brake pedal. ing the vehicle. ● Do not run the engine at high rpm or drive the vehi- 4.
  • Page 53 The noise will disappear after a short time of engine running. 1- LOCK ( If the ticking noise continues after the engine is warmed ) switch up, please contact your authorized MITSUBISHI 2- UNLOCK ( ) switch MOTORS dealer. 3- Indicator lamp...
  • Page 54 For further information, please contact your authorised Lock switch (1) two times in succession causes the Dead MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer. Lock System to be set (refer to “Setting the system” on • The time from pressing of the UNLOCK switch (2) to page 1-40).
  • Page 55 ● The remote control switch can be modified as stated With a vehicle that has a Dead Lock System, it is possible to below. Please consult your authorised MITSUBISHI set the Dead Lock System using the remote controller (refer to MOTORS dealer.
  • Page 56: Doors

    Locking and unlocking Doors CAUTION E00300401034 ● Do not leave the remote control switch in direct sun- CAUTION light to prevent damage by overheating. ● The remote control switch is a precision electronic ● Make sure the doors are closed: driving with doors device.
  • Page 57 Locking and unlocking To lock or unlock with the key To lock or unlock from inside the vehicle 1- Lock 1- Lock 2- Unlock 2- Unlock Pull the inside door handle toward you to open the door. NOTE ● If the vehicle is equipped with the keyless operation sys- NOTE tem, the doors can be locked or unlocked with the emer- ●...
  • Page 58 Locking and unlocking ● In a vehicle that has a Dead Lock System, it is not possi- Ignition switch on reminder system ble to unlock the door by pushing the lock knob to the When the engine was started using the keyless operation unlock side while the Dead Lock System is set (refer to function “Dead Lock System”...
  • Page 59: Central Door Locks

    Locking and unlocking Central door locks Driver’s doors with key E00300800712 Vehicles without the keyless entry system and vehicles NOTE without the keyless operation system ● Each of the doors can be locked or unlocked independ- Using the key on driver’s door locks or unlocks driver’s doors ently by using the inside lock knob.
  • Page 60 Locking and unlocking Driver’s door with central door lock switch Using the central door lock switch on the driver’s door locks or unlocks all doors and the tailgate. 1- LOCK 2- UNLCOK 1-39...
  • Page 61: Dead Lock System

    Locking and unlocking Dead Lock System* Vehicles with keyless entry system E00305100039 The Dead Lock System helps to prevent theft. When the key- less entry system has been used to lock all of the doors and the tailgate, the Dead Lock System makes it impossible to unlock the doors using the inside lock knobs.
  • Page 62 (flashing of the hazard warning lamps). • It is possible to change the number of times the opera- tion confirmation function causes the hazard warning lamps to flash for confirmation of system operation. For details, please contact a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point. 1-41...
  • Page 63 “ON” or “ACC” position. ● It is possible to adjust the duration after which automatic relocking takes place when the UNLOCK switch (B) has been pressed. For details, please contact a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service point. 1-42...
  • Page 64: Child-Protection" Rear Doors

    Locking and unlocking “Child-protection” rear doors Split tailgate E00300900250 E00301400539 WARNING ● It is dangerous to drive with the tailgate (upper gate and lower gate) open, since carbon monoxide (CO) gas can enter the cabin. You cannot see or smell CO. It can cause uncon- sciousness and even death.
  • Page 65 Locking and unlocking To lock or unlock from outside the vehicle To lock or unlock from inside the vehicle The tailgate can be locked or unlocked by using the central door lock switch (driver side). Vehicles without the keyless entry system and vehicles without the keyless operation system 1- Insert (or remove) the key 2- Lock...
  • Page 66 Locking and unlocking To open 1. After unlocking the tailgate, pull the handle and lift the upper gate. 1- Lock 2- Unlock NOTE ● Repeated continuous operating between lock and unlock could cause the central door locks’ built-in protection cir- cuit to prevent the system from operating.
  • Page 67 Locking and unlocking 2. Move the lever in the direction of the arrow and slowly NOTE fold down the lower gate. ● Do not jump on to the lower gate or subject it to a strong impact. This could damage the lower gate. ●...
  • Page 68 Locking and unlocking To close 2. Pull the upper gate grip (B) downward as illustrated. Gen- tly slam the upper gate from the outside so that it is com- 1. Raise the lower gate until it locks properly in position pletely closed.
  • Page 69 Locking and unlocking ● Gas struts (D) and wires (E) are installed to support the CAUTION tailgate. ● When closing the upper gate, always ensure your or To prevent damage or faulty operation. • Do not hold the gas struts and wires when closing the other person’s fingers cannot be caught by the tailgate.
  • Page 70: Inside Tailgate Release

    Locking and unlocking Inside tailgate release To open 1. Open the lid (A) inside of the tailgate. E00303400096 The inside tailgate release is designed to provide a way to open the tailgate in the case of a discharged battery. The tailgate release lever (see illustration) is mounted on the tailgate.
  • Page 71: Electric Window Control

    Locking and unlocking Electric window control 2. Move the lever (B) up to open the tailgate. E00302200358 The electric windows can only be operated with the ignition switch in the “ON” position. WARNING ● Before operating the electric window control, make sure that nothing is capable of being trapped (head, hand, finger, etc.).
  • Page 72 Locking and unlocking Electric window control switch E00302300711 Each door window opens or closes while the corresponding switch is operated. 1- Driver’s door window 2- Front passenger’s door window 3- Rear left door window 4- Rear right door window 5- Lock switch 1-51...
  • Page 73 Locking and unlocking The switches can be used to operate all door windows. A door NOTE window can be opened or closed by operating the correspond- ● Repeated operation with the engine stopped will run down ing switch. the battery. Operate the electric window switches only Press the switch down to open the door window, and pull up while the engine is running.
  • Page 74 ● The settings can be changed so that when the lock switch is “ON” the front passenger and rear door windows cannot be opened or closed even with the driver’s switch. Please consult an authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer. 1- Lock...
  • Page 75 WARNING ● Functions can be modified as stated below. ● If the safety mechanism is activated three or more Please consult an authorized MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer. times successively, the safety mechanism will be tem- ● The timer period can be adjusted.
  • Page 76: Sunroof

    Locking and unlocking ● If the safety mechanism is activated three or more times in Sunroof* a row, the safety mechanism will be cancelled and the E00302800178 door window will not close correctly. Sunroof In such a case, the following procedure should be imple- The sunroof can only be operated with the ignition switch in mented to rectify this situation.
  • Page 77 Locking and unlocking To close, press the switch (3) NOTE ● The safety mechanism can be activated if the driving con- To stop the moving sunroof, press the switch (1) or (2). ditions or other circumstances cause the sunroof to be sub- To tilt up, press the switch (2) jected to a physical shock similar to that caused by a The rear sunroof will rise to ventilate the car interior.
  • Page 78 Locking and unlocking Sunshade WARNING Slide the sunshade manually to open and close it. ● Do not put head, hands or anything else out of the sunroof opening while driving the vehicle. ● Never leave a child (or other person who might not be capable of safe operation of the sunroof switch) in the vehicle alone.
  • Page 79 Locking and unlocking ● Be careful, not to put any wax on the weatherstrip (black rubber) around the sunroof opening. If stained with wax, the weatherstrip cannot maintain a weatherproof seal with the sunroof. ● After washing the vehicle or after it has rained, wipe off any water that is on the sunroof before operating it.
  • Page 80: Seat And Seat Belts

    Seat and seat belts Seat........2- Arrangement of seats .
  • Page 81: Seat

    Seat and seat belts Seat E00400100761 1-Front seat 2- Second seat ● To adjust forward or backward → P. 2-6 ● To adjust forward or backward → P. 2-11 ● To recline the seatback → P. 2-7 ● To recline the seatback → P. 2-11 ●...
  • Page 82: Arrangement Of Seats

    Seat and seat belts Arrangement of seats E00400200342 The seats can be arranged as desired to the patterns shown below. 5 persons 7 persons Normal usage 7 persons → P. 2-14 Flat seat → P. 2-30...
  • Page 83 Seat and seat belts 5 persons 7 persons Folding the seatbacks for- ward (Second seat) → P. 2-25 Making a luggage room To collapse the second seat → P. 2-25...
  • Page 84: Seat Adjustment

    Seat and seat belts Seat adjustment CAUTION E00400300271 ● Make sure the seat is adjusted by an adult or with Adjust the driver’s seat so that you are comfortable and that adult supervision for correct and safe operation. you can reach the pedals, steering wheel, switches etc. while ●...
  • Page 85: Front Seat

    Seat and seat belts Front seat Power type Adjust the seat by operating the switch as indicated by the E00400400142 arrows. To adjust forward or backward E00400500316 Manual type Pull the seat adjusting lever and adjust the seat forward or backward to the desired position, and release the adjusting lever.
  • Page 86 Seat and seat belts To recline the seatback CAUTION E00400600418 ● The reclining mechanism of the seatback is spring Manual type loaded, causing it to return to the vertical position In order to recline the seatback, lean forward slightly, pull the when the lock lever is operated.
  • Page 87 Seat and seat belts To adjust seat height (driver’s seat only) Power type Adjust the seatback angle by operating the switch as indicated E00400700419 by the arrows. Manual type To adjust the seat height, operate the lever repeatedly to adjust. 1- To move to forward direction 2- To recline rearward 1- Raise...
  • Page 88 Seat and seat belts Power type To adjust the seat height, operate the switch as indicated by arrows. NOTE ● To prevent the battery from discharging, use the power seat while the engine is on. 2- To move the rear of the seat up and down 1- To move the front of the seat up and down 3- To move the whole seat up and down...
  • Page 89: Heated Seats

    Seat and seat belts Armrest Heated seats E00400900206 E00401100263 The lid of the floor console box can be moved forward and The heated seats can be operated with the ignition switch in the backward, and used as an armrest. “ON” position. The indication lamp (A) will illuminate while the heater is on.
  • Page 90: Second Seat

    Seat and seat belts Second seat CAUTION E00401300151 ● Operate in the high position for quick heating. Once When a person is sitting in the second seat, raise the head the seat is warm, set the heater to low to keep it restraints to height at which it lock in position.
  • Page 91 Seat and seat belts WARNING WARNING ● To make sure that the seat is securely locked in place ● To reduce the risk of serious or life-threatening inju- after adjustment, try to move it forward and back- ries in an accident or sudden stop, make sure that ward without using the adjustment lever.
  • Page 92 Seat and seat belts Armrest Accessing the underfloor-stowable third seat (7 persons) E00401700403 To use the armrest, fold it down. E00412200017 To return to the original position, push it backward flush with The passenger gets on or off the third seat after collapsing the the seat.
  • Page 93: Third Seat (7 Persons)

    Seat and seat belts Third seat (7 persons) WARNING E00402700165 ● For reasons of safety, whenever passenger sit in the To fold out the underfloor-stowable third seat third seat, be sure to raise all the head restraints of The third seat is stowed under the floor. Use the seat when the second seats.
  • Page 94 Seat and seat belts To fold out 3. Pull the belt (B) located in the centre of the seatback and raise the seatback. 1. Open the tailgate. Refer to “Tailgate” on page 1-43. 2. Pull up the cover from the rear direction. Fasten the pulled up cover to the seatback with the band (A).
  • Page 95 Seat and seat belts 4. Pull the belt (C- black) to release the lock. 6. Raise the head restraints. 5. Tilt the whole of the third seat to the rear. 2-16...
  • Page 96 Seat and seat belts 7. Lift up the whole of the third seat from the floor and fas- NOTE ten it to the front. ● Push up the third seat to the front to make sure that is securely locked in place. 2-17...
  • Page 97 Seat and seat belts To retract WARNING 1. Open the tailgate. Refer to “Tailgate” on page 1-43. ● When lifting up the third seat, do not put your 2. Pull up the cover (A) from the rear direction. Fasten the hands in the areas indicated by the red labels (D).
  • Page 98 Seat and seat belts 3. Slide the knob while folding the head restraints (C) to the 4. Stow the whole of the third seat under the floor while pull- rear, and stow to the front one side at a time. ing the belt (D- grey).
  • Page 99 Seat and seat belts NOTE CAUTION ● Push down on the rear of the third seat until it is securely ● Do not put your hands on the end trim (E) when locked to the floor. ● If the third seat is difficult to lock, return it to its original stowing the third seat under the floor.
  • Page 100 Seat and seat belts 5. Tilt the whole of the seat to the front. NOTE ● Before folding the seatback, make sure that the front of the third seat is securely locked to the floor. ● If the third seat is difficult to lock, make sure that the rear of the third seat is securely locked to the floor, and then strongly tilt the whole of the seat to the front to lock in place.
  • Page 101: Head Restraints

    Seat and seat belts Head restraints 6. Fold the seatback while pulling the belt (F) located in the centre of the seatback. E00403300793 WARNING ● Driving without the head restraints in place can cause you and your passengers serious injury or death in an accident.
  • Page 102 Seat and seat belts To remove To remove the head restraints, lift the head restraint with the height adjusting knob (A) pushed in. Installation To install the head restraints, first confirm that they are facing the correct direction, and then insert them into the seatback while pressing the height adjusting knob (A) in the direction indicated by the arrows.
  • Page 103 Seat and seat belts CAUTION CAUTION ● Confirm that the height adjusting knob (A) is cor- ● The head restraints for the seats differ in shape and rectly adjusted as shown in the illustration, and also size. When installing head restraints, make sure the lift the head restraints to ensure that they do not head restraints are fitted in their respective seats.
  • Page 104: Making A Luggage Room

    Seat and seat belts Making a luggage room To collapse 1. Lower the head restraints of the second seat to the lowest E00403400156 position. Refer to “Head restraints: To adjust height” on WARNING page 2-22. 2. Use the second seat lever (A), the luggage area switch (B) ●...
  • Page 105 Seat and seat belts Luggage area switch operation Second seat lock release belt operation While the tailgate or a rear door is open, pull the switch (B) for about 1 second or more. 2-26...
  • Page 106 Seat and seat belts 3. The seatbacks fold forward, and then the entire seat unit CAUTION rises up while moving forward. ● The exhaust pipe is still hot for a while after stop- ping the engine, so be sure not to touch it. ●...
  • Page 107 Seat and seat belts To replace CAUTION 1. While supporting the seat with your hand, lower the seat ● On vehicles with a third seat, when returning the while pulling the lock release belt (A) on the rear of the second seat while there are occupants in the third seat cushion.
  • Page 108 Seat and seat belts 2. Push down the seats until they click to firmly lock in NOTE ● On vehicles with a third seat, the rear of the seat cushion place. of the second seat is equipped with a foot lamp (B). When the lock release belt is pulled, the lamp illuminates for about 10 seconds to light the foot area of the third seat occupants.
  • Page 109: Making A Flat Seat

    Seat and seat belts Making a flat seat 3. Fold up the seatback while pulling the lock release belt on the rear of the seatback. E00404300279 By removing the head restraints and fully reclining the seat- backs of the seats, one large flat seat is achieved. WARNING ●...
  • Page 110 Seat and seat belts 1. Remove the head restraints from the front seats, raise the 2. Move the second seat fully to the rear (refer to “To adjust armrest and remove the cargo area cover (if so equipped) forward or backward” on page 2-6). (refer to “Head restraints”...
  • Page 111 Seat and seat belts 3. Slide the front seats fully forward, then recline the seat- 4. Recline the seatbacks of the second seat backwards (refer backs backwards to achieve a flat surface (refer to “To to “To recline the seatback” on page 2-7). adjust forward or backward”...
  • Page 112: Seat Belts

    Seat and seat belts Seat belts 5. The flat seat configuration is now complete. To return the seats to the normal position, reverse the above procedure. E00404800388 To protect you and your passengers in the event of an accident, it is most important that the seat belts be worn correctly While drive.
  • Page 113 Seat and seat belts WARNING WARNING ● Always place the shoulder belt over your shoulder ● Never hold a child in your arms or on your lap when and across your chest. Never put it behind you or riding in this vehicle, even if you are wearing your under your arm.
  • Page 114 Seat and seat belts 3-point type seat belt (with emergency locking WARNING mechanism) ● Never wear the lap portion of the belt across your E00404900480 abdomen. During accidents it can press sharply This type of belt requires no length adjustment. Once worn, the against abdomen and increase the risk of injury.
  • Page 115 Seat and seat belts Driver’s seat belt warning lamp and display Subsequently, if the seat belt is still not fastened, the warning lamp and tone will be activated to remind the driver to fasten E00409800354 A tone and warning lamp are used to remind the driver to fas- the seat belt whenever the vehicle is stopped and started off ten the seat belt.
  • Page 116 Seat and seat belts Front passenger seat belt warning lamp Adjustable seat belt anchor (front seats) E00411600027 E00405000329 The front passenger seat belt warning lamp is located in the The seat belt anchor height can be adjusted. instrument panel. Raise or lower the seat belt anchor (A) while pressing the lock knob (B).
  • Page 117 Seat and seat belts Second and third seat belt storage Seat belt plate storage After passing the belt through the rear notch (C), insert the E00405300205 Store the second seat belts (excluding the centre seat belt) and plate into the front notch (D). third seat belts as shown in the illustration.
  • Page 118: Pregnant Women Restraint

    Seat and seat belts To store the second seat belt buckles Pregnant women restraint E00412100016 E00405600077 When the second seat belts are not in use, insert the buckles WARNING into the seat cushion slits. ● Seat belts work for everyone, including pregnant women.
  • Page 119: Seat Belt Pre-Tensioner System And Force Limiter System

    MITSUBISHI and/or front passenger and the ignition switch is in the “ON” or MOTORS guidelines.
  • Page 120: Srs Warning

    Seat and seat belts SRS warning Child restraint E00405900243 E00406400942 The same warning lamp/display is shared by the SRS airbags When transporting children in your vehicle, some type of child and the pre-tensioner seat belts. Refer to “SRS warning restraint system should always be used according to the size of lamp/display”...
  • Page 121 Seat and seat belts Caution for installing the child restraint on Use rearward facing child restraints in the rear seat or turn off the front passenger’s airbag ON-OFF switch (refer to “To turn vehicle with front passenger airbag an airbag off” on page 2-59). The label shown here is attached on vehicles with front passen- ger airbag.
  • Page 122 Seat and seat belts Infants and small children WARNING E00406600407 When transporting infants and small children in your vehicle, ● A REARWARD FACING CHILD RESTRAINT follow the instruction given below. should be used in the rear seat whenever possible; if used in the front seat, adjust the seat to the most rearward position.
  • Page 123: Older Children

    Seat and seat belts Depending on the seating position in the vehicle and the NOTE ● Before purchasing a child restraint system, try installing it child restraint system that you have, the child restraint can be attached using one of the following two locations: in the rear seat to make sure there is a good fit.
  • Page 124 Seat and seat belts Suitability for various ISOFIX positions E00406800412 Vehicle ISOFIX positions Mass Group Size class Fixture Front Passenger Second Outboard carrycot ISO/L1 ISO/L2 -Up to 10 kg ISO/R1 -Up to 13 kg ISO/R1 IL, IL* ISO/R2 ISO/R3 -9 to 18 kg ISO/R2 ISO/R3 ISO/F2...
  • Page 125 ● X- ISOFIX position not suitable for ISOFIX child restraint systems in this mass group and/or this size class. IL (Genuine part information) Genuine part No. ECE No. MZ313589 E1-04301146 MZ313045 E1-04301133 NOTE ● MITSUBISHI MOTORS Europe B.V. reserves the right to changes without any prior announcement. For detail information, consult your MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point. 2-46...
  • Page 126 ● U- Suitable for “universal” category restraints approved for use in this mass group. ● UF- Suitable for forward-facing “universal” category restraints approved for use in this mass group. ● L- Suitable for particular child restraints (MITSUBISHI MOTORS genuine parts). ● B- Built-in restraint approved for this mass group.
  • Page 127 ECE No. MZ312807 E1-04301146 MZ313589 E1-04301146 MZ312745 E1-04301136 MZ313045 E1-04301133 MZ312808 E1-04301148 NOTE ● There is no applicable MITSUBISHI MOTORS Genuine Parts to the Mass Group “0-Up to 10 kg”. For detail information, consult your MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised service point. 2-48...
  • Page 128 Seat and seat belts Installing a child restraint system to the lower Tether anchorage locations anchorage (ISOFIX child restraint mountings) There are 3 child restraint anchorage points located on the back of the rear seatbacks. These are for fastening the child restraint and tether anchorage tether straps to the 3 second seat seating positions.
  • Page 129 Seat and seat belts Child restraint system with ISOFIX mountings To install The child restraint system is designed only for seats that incor- 1. Remove any foreign material in or around the connectors porate lower anchorages. Retain the child restraint system and ensure the vehicle seat belt is in its normal storage using the lower anchorages.
  • Page 130 Seat and seat belts Installing a child restraint system to a 3-point 3. Remove the head restraint from the location in which you wish to install a child restraint. type seat belt (with emergency locking 4. Latch the tether strap hook (F) of the child seat to the mechanism) tether anchor bar (G) and tighten the top tether strap hook E00408700196...
  • Page 131: Seat Belt Inspection

    ● Do not attempt to repair or replace any part of the sat belt assemblies; we recommend you to have this work done by a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Author- ised Service Point. Incorrect repair or replacement result in serious injury in the event of a collision.
  • Page 132: Supplemental Restraint System (Srs)-Airbag

    Seat and seat belts Supplemental restraint system (SRS)-airbag How the supplemental restraint system works E00407300616 E00407201117 The SRS includes the following components: The information for SRS airbags includes important informa- tion concerning the driver’s and front passenger’s airbags, the side airbags and the curtain airbags. The SRS airbags are designed to supplement the primary pro- tection of the driver and front passenger side seat belt systems by providing those occupants with protection against head and...
  • Page 133 Seat and seat belts The airbags deployment produces a sudden, loud noise, and releases some smoke and powder, but these conditions are not injurious, and do not indicate a fire in the vehicle. People with respiratory problems may feel some temporary irritation from chemicals used to produce the deployment;...
  • Page 134 Seat and seat belts WARNING WARNING ● IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO BE PROPERLY ● Do not sit on the edge of the seat, or lean head or SEATED. chest close to the steering wheel or instrument panel. A driver or front passenger too close to the steering Do not put feet or legs on or against the instrument wheel or instrument panel during airbag deploy- panel.
  • Page 135 Seat and seat belts Use rearward facing child restraints in the rear seat or turn off WARNING the front passenger’s airbag ON-OFF switch (refer to “To turn ● Infants and small children should never be unre- an airbag off” on page 2-59). strained, stand up against the instrument panel or held in your arms or on your lap.
  • Page 136 Seat and seat belts Caution for installing the child restraint on WARNING vehicle with front passenger airbag ● A FRONTWARD FACING CHILD RESTRAINT E00408800038 should be used in the rear seat whenever possible; if The label shown here is attached on vehicles with front passen- they must be used in the front passenger seat, adjust ger airbag.
  • Page 137 Seat and seat belts Front passenger’s airbag ON-OFF switch Front passenger’s airbag off indicator lamp E00410100083 E00410200097 The front passenger’s airbag ON-OFF switch can be used to The front passenger’s airbag off indicator is located in the disable the front passenger’s airbag. If you have a rearward instrument panel.
  • Page 138 We recommend you to switched on again. have the system inspected by a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point. • If the indicator remains on when the front passen- ger’s airbag ON-OFF switch is turned ON, do not...
  • Page 139 Seat and seat belts Driver’s and passenger’s front airbag system E00407400369 The driver’s airbag is located under the padded cover in the middle of the steering wheel. The front passenger’s airbag is contained in the instrument panel above the upper glove box. The driver airbag and the front passenger airbag are designed to inflate at the same time even if the passenger seat is not occupied.
  • Page 140 Seat and seat belts Deployment of front airbags The front airbags will deploy if the severity of impact is above the designed threshold level, comparable to an approximately E00407500807 25 km/h (16 mph) collision when impacting straight into a solid The front airbags ARE DESIGNED TO DEPLOY wall that does not move or deform.
  • Page 141 Seat and seat belts The front airbags MAY NOT DEPLOY when… The front airbags ARE NOT DESIGNED TO DEPLOY when… With certain types of frontal collisions, the vehicle’s body structure is designed to absorb the shock to help protect the The front airbags are not designed to deploy in conditions occupants from harm (the vehicle body’s front area may where they cannot typically provide protection to the occupant.
  • Page 142 Seat and seat belts The front airbags MAY DEPLOY when… WARNING The front airbags may deploy if the bottom of the vehicle suf- ● Do not attach anything to the steering wheel’s pad- fers a moderate to severe impact (undercarriage damage). ded cover, such as badges or accessories.
  • Page 143 There is a danger of being burnt. ● The airbag system is designed to work only once. Once the airbags have deployed, they will not work again. They must promptly be replaced, and the entire airbag system inspected, by an authorised MITSUBISHI dealer. 2-64...
  • Page 144 Seat and seat belts Curtain airbag system* The label shown here is attached to the seatbacks with a side airbag. E00409100113 The curtain airbags are contained in the front pillars and roof side rail. The curtain airbag is designed to inflate only on the side of the vehicle that is impacted, even with no passenger in the front seat or second seat.
  • Page 145 Seat and seat belts Deployment of side airbags and curtain airbags The side airbags and curtain airbags MAY NOT DEPLOY when... E00407700463 With certain types of side collisions, the vehicle’s body struc- The side airbags and curtain airbags ARE DESIGNED ture is designed to absorb the shock to help protect the occu- TO DEPLOY when...
  • Page 146 Seat and seat belts The side airbags and curtain airbags ARE NOT DESIGNED TO DEPLOY when... The side airbags and curtain airbags are not designed to deploy in conditions where they cannot usually provide protection to the occupant. Typical conditions are shown in the illustration. 4- Oblique side impacts 5- Vehicle rolls onto its side or roof Because the side airbags and curtain airbags do not protect the...
  • Page 147 Seat and seat belts Because the side airbags and curtain airbags do not protect the WARNING occupant in all types of collisions, be sure to always properly wear your seat belts. ● The side airbags and curtain airbags inflates with great force.
  • Page 148 Seat and seat belts WARNING WARNING ● Do not allow any second seat occupant to hold onto ● Do not attach a microphone (A) or any other device the seatback of either front seat, in order to reduce or object around the part where the curtain airbags risk of injury from the deploying side airbags.
  • Page 149 Failure to follow all of these instructions could lead to serious or fatal injury to the child. ● Work around and on the side airbags and curtain airbags system components should only be done by an authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer. 2-70...
  • Page 150 If you found any tear scratch, crack or damage to the seat fabric near the side airbag, the portion of the front and rear pillars and roof side rail, you should have the SRS inspected by a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point. 2-71...
  • Page 151 SRS and refer that owner to the applica- ble section in this owner’s manual. ● If your vehicle has to be scrapped do this in line with local legislation and contact a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point to safely dismantle the airbag system.
  • Page 152: Instruments And Controls

    Instruments and controls Instruments.......3- Multi-information display ....3- Indicator lamp, warning lamp, and information screen display list.
  • Page 153: Instruments

    Instruments and controls Instruments Tachometer E00500300445 E00500100401 The tachometer indicates the engine speed (r/min). The tachometer can help you obtain more economical driving and also warns you of excessive engine speeds (Red zone). 1- Speedometer (km or mph + km/h) 2- Multi-information display →...
  • Page 154 Instruments and controls Daytime dipper button (meter illumination control) E00519800013 Each time you press this button, there is a sound and the bright- ness of the instruments changes. NOTE ● If you press and hold the button for longer than about 1 second, the brightness automatically scrolls through its different levels, and stops scrolling when you release the button.
  • Page 155: Multi-Information Display

    Instruments and controls Multi-information display E00519900014 The following information is included on the multi-information display: warnings, odometer/tripmeter, service reminders, engine coolant temperature, fuel remaining, outside temperature, 4WD operation status, average and momentary fuel consumption, driving range, average speed and meter illumination. It is also possible to change elements such as the language and units used on the multi-information display.
  • Page 156 Instruments and controls NOTE ● The fuel units, temperature units, display language, and Information screen (when the ignition switch is “OFF”) other settings can be changed. P. 3-6 Refer to “Changing the function settings (when the igni- tion switch is “ON”)” on page 3-27. ●...
  • Page 157 Instruments and controls “!” mark display screen (when the ignition switch is “OFF”) E00520100016 If you press the multi-information meter switch and return from the warning display screen to the previous screen, the “!” mark is displayed. Refer to “To return to the screen displayed before the warning display”...
  • Page 158 Instruments and controls 1- Odometer/Tripmeter 2- Odometer/Tripmeter 3- Service reminder 4- Redisplay of a warning display screen Odometer / Tripmeter E00521200027 Each time you lightly press the multi-information meter switch, the display screen switches. → Odometer / Tripmeter → Odometer / Tripmeter Service reminder →...
  • Page 159: Service Reminder

    Instruments and controls ● When disconnecting the battery terminal, the memories of Interrupt display screen (when the ignition switch is “OFF”) tripmeter display and display are erased, and their displays return to 0.0 km (0.0 miles). E00520500010 When there is information to be announced, such as lamp Service reminder reminders, the buzzer sounds and the multi-information display E00521200014...
  • Page 160 Instruments and controls To return to the screen displayed before the warning NOTE display ● Warning display screens with a “ ” or “ ” mark dis- Even if the cause of the warning display is not eliminated, you played in the upper right of the screen can be switched. If can return to the screen that was displayed before the warning you want to switch the display, press the multi-informa- display.
  • Page 161 Instruments and controls Door ajar warning display screen (when the Information screen (when the ignition switch is ignition switch is “OFF”) turned from “OFF” to “ON”) E00520600011 E00520700012 If any of the doors or the tailgate is not completely closed, this When the ignition switch is turned to the “ON”...
  • Page 162 Instruments and controls System check screen Service reminder When the ignition switch is turned to the “ON” position, the When the time for periodic inspection arrives, “PERIODIC system check screen is displayed for about 4 seconds. If there INSPECTION” is displayed for a few seconds after the igni- is no fault in the “Oil pressure warning display”, “Headlamp tion switch “ON”...
  • Page 163 Instruments and controls Drive mode indicator display screen Active Stability Control (ASC) OFF display screen* E00520800013 This displays the 4WD status. E00521000012 If you select “4WD LOCK” mode with the drive This is displayed when the active stability con- mode selector, “4WD LOCK” is displayed; if trol (ASC) is turned off with the ASC OFF you select “4WD AUTO”...
  • Page 164 Instruments and controls Information screen (when the ignition switch is “ON”) E00521100013 Each time you lightly press the multi-information meter switch, the display screen switches in the following order. When there is no warning display When there is a warning display 3-13...
  • Page 165 Instruments and controls Service reminder 1- Odometer / Tripmeter E00521300028 This displays the distance and number of months 2- Odometer / Tripmeter until the next periodic inspection. 3- Service reminder Refer to “Service reminder” on page 3-14. 4- Engine coolant temperature display 5- Driving range display Engine coolant temperature display 6- Average speed display, average fuel consumption display,...
  • Page 166 Instruments and controls Driving range display ● The display setting can be changed to the preferred units (km or miles). E00521500017 This displays the approximate driving range Refer to “Changing the function settings (how many more kilometres or miles you can (when the ignition switch is “ON”)”...
  • Page 167 Instruments and controls Average speed display NOTE ● “---” is displayed when the average speed E00521600018 This displays the average speed from the last cannot be measured. reset to the present time. ● The initial (default) setting is “Auto reset There are the following 2 mode settings.
  • Page 168 Instruments and controls Average fuel consumption display NOTE ● “---” is displayed when the average fuel E00521700019 This displays the average fuel consumption from consumption cannot be measured. the last reset to the present time. ● The initial (default) setting is “Auto reset There are the following 2 mode settings.
  • Page 169 Instruments and controls Momentary fuel consumption display Function setting screen E00521800010 E00521900011 While driving, this displays the momentary fuel The “Display language”, “Temperature unit”, consumption, using a bar graph. “Fuel consumption unit”, and “Average fuel con- sumption and speed reset method” settings can NOTE be modified as desired.
  • Page 170 Instruments and controls Interrupt display screen (when the ignition switch is “ON”) E00522000019 Warning display When there is information to be announced, such as a system fault, a sound is emitted and the information screen is switched to the warning display screen. Refer to the warning list and take the necessary measures.
  • Page 171 Instruments and controls Outside temperature display screen Redisplay of a warning display screen When the “!” mark is displayed, if you lightly press the multi- E00522100010 This displays the temperature outside the vehi- information meter switch a few times, the warning display cle.
  • Page 172 Instruments and controls Fuel remaining display screen NOTE ● It may take several seconds to stabilise the display after E00522200011 This displays the amount of fuel remaining. refilling the tank. ● If fuel is added with the ignition switch in the “ON” posi- tion, the fuel gauge may incorrectly indicate the fuel level.
  • Page 173 Instruments and controls Fuel remaining warning display E00522400013 When the fuel is reduced to about 10 litres, the information screen switches to the interrupt display of the fuel remaining warning display, and the “ ” mark (B) on the fuel remaining display flashes slowly (about once per second).
  • Page 174 Instruments and controls Service reminder 2. Alerts the driver when the inspection time has arrived. We recommend you to consult a MITSUBISHI MOTORS E00522500014 Shows the time until the periodic inspection every 12 months Authorised Service Point. (15,000 km or 9,000 miles ).
  • Page 175 Instruments and controls 3. After your vehicle is inspected at an authorised MIT- 1. When you lightly press the multi-information meter SUBISHI MOTORS dealer, it displays the time until the switch a few times, the information screen switches to the next periodic inspection.
  • Page 176 ● When “---” is displayed, after a certain distance and a cer- tain period of time, the display is reset and the time until the next periodic inspection is displayed. ● If you accidentally reset the display, we recommend you to consult a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point. 3-25...
  • Page 177 Instruments and controls Door ajar warning display screen (when the CAUTION ignition switch is “ON”) ● Before moving your vehicle, check that the warning E00522600015 lamp is OFF. If any of the doors or the tailgate is not completely closed, this displays the open door or tailgate.
  • Page 178 Instruments and controls Changing the function settings (when the ignition switch is “ON”) E00522700016 The multi-information display average fuel consumption and speed reset mode, fuel consumption unit, temperature unit, dis- play language, language cooperative control, buzzer sound, and the time until the “REST REMINDER” display appears can be modified as desired.
  • Page 179 Instruments and controls NOTE CAUTION ● To return the menu screen to the function setting screen, ● For safety, stop the vehicle before operating. press and hold the multi-information meter switch for While driving, even if you operate the multi-infor- about 2 seconds or more.
  • Page 180 Instruments and controls Changing the reset mode for average fuel consumption and average speed E00522900018 The mode conditions for the average fuel consumption and average speed display can be switched between “Auto reset” and “Manual reset”. 1. Press and hold the multi-information meter switch for about 2 seconds or more to switch from the setting mode screen to the menu screen.
  • Page 181 Instruments and controls Manual reset mode Changing the fuel consumption display unit • When the average fuel consumption and average speed E00523000016 The display unit for fuel consumption can be switched. The are being displayed, if you hold down the multi-infor- distance, speed, and amount units are also switched to match mation meter switch, the average fuel consumption and the selected fuel consumption unit.
  • Page 182 Instruments and controls 3. Press and hold the multi-information meter switch for NOTE about 2 seconds or more to display “AVG UNIT” (fuel ● The display units for the driving range, the average fuel consumption display unit setting). consumption, the average speed and the momentary fuel 4.
  • Page 183 Instruments and controls Changing the temperature unit 3. Press and hold the multi-information meter switch for about 2 seconds or more to switch in sequence from °C → E00523100017 The display unit for temperature can be switched. °F → °C. 1.
  • Page 184 Instruments and controls 2. Lightly press the multi-information meter switch to select 4. Lightly press the multi-information meter switch to switch in sequence from JAPANESE → ENGLISH → GERMAN “LANGUAGE” (language setting). → FRENCH → SPANISH → ITALIAN → “---” (do not display warning message) →...
  • Page 185 Changing the language cooperative control E00523300019 The language used in Mitsubishi Multi-Communication Sys- ® tem (MMCS) (if so equipped) or the Hands-free Bluetooth so equipped) cellular phone interface system with voice recog- nition* can be changed automatically to the same language as that shown in the multi-information display.
  • Page 186 • When A (language cooperation enabled) has been selected with the language cooperative control, the lan- guage for Mitsubishi Multi-Communication System ® (MMCS) (if so equipped) or the Hands-free Bluetooth (if so equipped) cellular phone interface system with voice recognition* is automatically changed to the lan- guage selected for the multi-information display.
  • Page 187 Instruments and controls NOTE ● The memory of the operation sound setting is erased if the battery is disconnected, and it returns automatically to ON (operation sound on). ● The operation sound setting only deactivates the operation sound of the multi-information meter switch. The warning display and other sounds cannot be deactivated.
  • Page 188 Instruments and controls Changing the time until “REST REMINDER” is 3. Press and hold the multi-information meter switch for about 2 seconds or more to display “ALARM” (rest time displayed setting). E00523500011 The time until the display appears can be changed. 1.
  • Page 189 Instruments and controls 5. Press and hold the multi-information meter switch for Returning to the factory settings about 2 seconds or more, the setting is changed to the E00523600012 All of the function settings can be returned to their factory set- selected time.
  • Page 190 Instruments and controls 3. When you press and hold the multi-information meter switch for about 5 seconds or more, the buzzer sounds and all of the function settings are returned to the factory set- tings. NOTE ● The factory settings are as follows. •...
  • Page 191: Indicator Lamp, Warning Lamp, And Information Screen Display List

    Instruments and controls Indicator lamp, warning lamp, and information screen display list E00523700013 Indicator and warning lamp list E00523800014 12- Supplemental restraint System (SRS) warning lamp 1- Turn-signal indicator lamps/Hazard warning indicator lamps → P. 2-70 → P. 3-50 13- Check engine warning lamp → P. 3-55 2- High-beam indicator lamp →...
  • Page 192 • Abnormal voltage or a static electricity discharge is generated by the operation of installed electrical equipment (including after-market parts). If the warning display appears many times, we recommend you to consult a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point. 3-41...
  • Page 193 Instruments and controls Warning display list (when the ignition switch is “OFF”) E00524000013 Screen Cause Solution (Reference) ● You have forgotten to turn off the Refer to “Lamps auto-cutout (headlamps lamps. and other lamps)” on page 3-56. ● When the ignition switch was in a posi- ●...
  • Page 194 Instruments and controls Screen Cause Solution (Reference) ● There is a fault in the keyless operation Refer to “Keyless operation system” on system. page 1-9. 3-43...
  • Page 195 Instruments and controls Warning display list (when the ignition switch is “ON”) E00524100014 Screen Cause Solution (Reference) ● There is a fault in the keyless operation Refer to “Keyless operation system” on system. page 1-9. 3-44...
  • Page 196 ● There is a fault in the brake system. ● If the warning remains on after you inspect the vehicle, we recommend you to consult a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point. Refer to “Brake warning display” on page 3-53.
  • Page 197 3-55. ● There is a fault in the charging system. ● Immediately stop the vehicle in a safe place. We recommend you to consult a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point. Refer to “Charge warning display” on page 3-55.
  • Page 198 Instruments and controls Screen Cause Solution (Reference) ● There is an automatic headlamp level- ● We recommend you to have it checked. ling fault. Refet to “Automatic headlamp level- ling” on pgae 3-62. ● There is a fault in the active stability ●...
  • Page 199 Instruments and controls Other interrupt displays (when the ignition switch is “ON”) E00524200015 The operation status of each system is displayed on the information screen. Refer to the appropriate page for the system for further details. Screen System operation status Reference ●...
  • Page 200 Alerts the driver of the time for periodic inspection. Screen Solution Have your vehicle checked by an authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer. Refer to “Service reminder” for further details on page 3-8. The setting for rest interval can be changed. Screen Solution Stop the vehicle in a safe place, turn off the engine, and take a rest.
  • Page 201: Indicator Lamps

    Instruments and controls Indicator lamps Rear fog lamp indicator lamp E00502000127 E00501600100 This lamp illuminates while the rear fog lamps Turn-signal indicator lamps/Hazard are on. warning indicator lamps E00501700172 These indicator lamps blink on and off when a Position lamp indicator lamp turn-signal lamp is operating.
  • Page 202: Warning Lamps

    Instruments and controls Warning lamps CAUTION E00502400147 ● If the brake warning lamp comes on at Brake warning lamp the same time as the ABS warning E00502500728 lamp, the brake force distribution This lamp will illuminate for a few seconds function is not working so hard brak- when the ignition switch is turned to the “ON”...
  • Page 203: Check Engine Warning Lamp

    Instruments and controls Check engine warning lamp CAUTION E00502400147 ● If the lamp illuminates while the This lamp is a part of an onboard diagnostic sys- engine is running, avoid driving at tem which monitors the emissions, engine and high speeds and we recommend you to automatic transmission control systems.
  • Page 204: Information Screen Display

    Instruments and controls Charge warning lamp Information screen display E00502700456 E00502400150 This lamp illuminates when the ignition switch Brake warning display is turned “ON”, and goes off after the engine has started. E00502500786 When “RELEASE PARKING BRAKE” is displayed A warning is also displayed on the multi-infor- mation display.
  • Page 205 Instruments and controls When “CHECK” is displayed CAUTION When the ignition switch is turned to the “ON” position, if the ● If the brake warning display is displayed and the brake fluid is low, this warning is displayed. brake warning lamp and the ABS warning lamp are The warning lamp in the instrument cluster also illuminates.
  • Page 206 Instruments and controls Charge warning display Oil pressure warning display E00502700502 E00524300016 If there is a fault with the charging system, the “SERVICE If the engine oil pressure drops while the engine is running, the REQUIRED” warning is displayed on the information screen “CHECK”...
  • Page 207: Combination Headlamps And Dipper Switch

    Instruments and controls Combination headlamps and dipper switch NOTE ● The oil pressure warning display should not be treated as E00506000978 an indication of the engine oil level. The oil level must be Headlamps checked using the dipstick. NOTE ● Do not leave the lights on for a long time while the engine is stationary (not running).
  • Page 208 Instruments and controls Rotate the switch to turn on the lamps. NOTE ● If the front fog lamps (if so equipped) turn on when they are supposed to with the switch in the “AUTO” position, the lamps turn off automatically with the engine switch off.
  • Page 209 MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point. the lamps automatically go out when the driver’s door is On vehicles equipped with Mitsubishi Multi-Communica- opened. tion System (MMCS), screen operations can be used to make the adjustment.
  • Page 210: Lamp Monitor Buzzer

    Instruments and controls Lamp monitor buzzer Dipper (High/Low beam change) E00506100243 E00506200329 [When the engine was started using the key] When the lamp switch is in the “ ” position, the beam If the driver’s door is opened when the key is in the “LOCK” or changes from high to low (or low to high) each time the lever is “ACC”...
  • Page 211: Headlamp Flasher

    Instruments and controls Headlamp flasher Headlamp levelling E00506300199 E00517400031 The high beams flash when the lever is pulled slightly (2), and Headlamp levelling switch* will go off when it is released. When the high beam is on, the high beam indicator lamp in the E00517500032 Except for vehicles with discharge headlamps instrument cluster will illuminate.
  • Page 212 Instruments and controls 5 - person seat 7 - person seat Vehicle con- Vehicle dition condition Switch posi- Switch “0” “0” “2” “3” “4” “0” “0” “2” “3” “3” “4” tion position •: 1 person •:1 person :Full luggage loading : Full luggage loading Switch position 0- Driver only / Driver + 1 front passenger Switch position 0- Driver only/Driver + 1 front passenger...
  • Page 213: Automatic Headlamp Levelling

    Instruments and controls Automatic headlamp levelling* CAUTION E00517600020 ● If the warning is displayed, the system may be mal- Vehicles with discharge headlamps functioning, so we recommend you to have your This mechanism automatically adjusts the direction of the vehicle inspected. headlamps (beam position) depending on changes in the condi- tion of the vehicle, such as the number of occupants or luggage weight.
  • Page 214: Turn-Signal Lever

    ● It is possible to activate the following functions. For fur- ther information, we recommend you to consult a MIT- SUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point. On vehicles equipped with Mitsubishi Multi-Communica- tion System (MMCS), screen operations can be used to make the adjustment. Refer to the separate owner’s man- ual for details.
  • Page 215: Hazard Warning Flasher Switch

    Instruments and controls Hazard warning flasher switch Fog lamp switch E00506600408 E00506700034 Use the hazard warning flasher switch when the vehicle has to Front fog lamp switch* be parked on the road for any emergency. E00508300119 The hazard warning flashers can always be operated, regard- The front fog lamps can be operated while the headlamps and less of the position of the ignition switch.
  • Page 216 Instruments and controls ● In case of vehicles with Daytime Running Lamp, the front fog lamps can be operated even if the lamp switch is set to the “OFF” position. Rear fog lamp switch E00508400107 The rear fog lamp can be operated when the headlamps or front fog lamps (if so equipped) turn on.
  • Page 217: Wiper And Washer Switch

    For furher information, we recommend you to consult a MIST- Misting function MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point. The wipers will operate once. On vehicles equipped with Mitsubishi Multi-Communica- OFF- tion System (MMCS), screen operations can be used to make the adjustment. Refer to the separate owner’s man-...
  • Page 218: Windscreen Washer

    Instruments and controls Windscreen washer Misting function Move the lever in the direction of the arrow and release, to E00507200371 The washer fluid will be sprayed onto the windscreen by pull- operate the wipers once. ing the lever toward you. The wipers operate automatically Use this function when you are driving in mist or drizzle.
  • Page 219 ● It is possible to activate the following functions. For fur- ther information, we recommend you to consult a MIT- SUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point. On vehicles equipped with Mitsubishi Multi-Communica- tion System (MMCS), screen operations can be used to make the adjustment. Refer to the separate owner’s man- ual for details.
  • Page 220 Instruments and controls Headlamp washer switch* Precautions to observe when using wipers and washers E00507800146 The headlamp washer can be operated with the ignition switch E00510000025 ● If the moving wipers become blocked by ice or other in the “ON” or “ACC” position and the lamp switch at the deposits on the glass, the motor may burn out even if the “...
  • Page 221: Wiper Deicer Switch

    Instruments and controls Wiper deicer switch* Rear window demister switch E00507700057 E00507900697 The rear window demister switch can be operated when the The rear window demister switch can be operated when the engine is running. engine is running. When the front wipers have frozen to the windscreen at the Push the switch to turn on the rear window demister.
  • Page 222: Horn Switch

    Instruments and controls ● When cleaning the inside of the rear window, use a soft Horn switch cloth and wipe lightly along the heater wires, being care- E00508000318 ful not to damage the wires. Press the steering wheel on or around the “ ”...
  • Page 224: Starting And Driving

    Starting and driving Economical driving ......4- Reversing sensor system* ....4- 47 Driving, alcohol and drugs.
  • Page 225: Economical Driving

    Starting and driving Economical driving Idling The vehicle consumes fuel even during idling. Avoid extended E00600100545 For economical driving, there are some technical requirements idling whenever possible. that have to be met. The prerequisite for low fuel consumption Speed is a properly adjusted engine. In order to achieve longer life of At higher the vehicle speed, more fuel is consumed.
  • Page 226: Driving, Alcohol And Drugs

    Starting and driving Driving, alcohol and drugs Safe driving techniques E00600200070 E00600300156 Drunk driving is one of the most frequent causes of accidents. Driving safety and protection against injury cannot be fully Your driving ability can be seriously impaired even with blood ensured.
  • Page 227: Floor Mats

    Starting and driving Floor mats Carrying children in the vehicle ● Never leave your vehicle unattended with the key and WARNING children inside the vehicle. Children may play with the driving controls and this could lead to an accident. ● Keep floor mats clear of the pedals by correctly lay- ●...
  • Page 228: Running-In Recommendations

    Starting and driving Running-in recommendations Parking brake E00600400841 E00600500392 During the running-in period for the first 1,000 km (600 miles), To park the vehicle, first bring in to a complete stop, fully it is advisable to drive your new vehicle using the following engage the parking brake.
  • Page 229 Starting and driving To release CAUTION ● Before driving, be sure that the parking brake is fully released and brake warning lamp is off. If you drive without the parking brake fully released, “RELEASE PARKING BRAKE” will appear on the information screen in the multi-infor- mation display.
  • Page 230: Parking

    Starting and driving Parking Parking with the engine running Never leave the engine running while you take a short E00600600553 To park the vehicle, fully engage the parking brake, and then sleep/rest. Also, never leave the engine running in a closed or move the gearshift lever to 1st or “R”...
  • Page 231: Steering Wheel Height Adjustment

    Starting and driving Steering wheel height adjustment Inside rear-view mirror E00600700248 E00600800366 1. Release the tilt lock lever while holding the steering wheel Adjust the rear-view mirror only after making any seat adjust- ments so you have a clear view to the rear of the vehicle. 2.
  • Page 232: Outside Rear-View Mirrors

    Starting and driving To reduce the glare Outside rear-view mirrors The lever (A) at the bottom of the mirror can be used to adjust E00600900338 the mirror to reduce the glare from the headlamps of vehicles To adjust the mirror position behind you during night driving.
  • Page 233 Starting and driving Retracting and extending the outside mirrors 1. Place the lever (A) to the same side as the mirror whose adjustment is desired. E00601100353 The outside mirror can be folded in towards the side window to prevent damage when parking in narrow areas. CAUTION ●...
  • Page 234 Starting and driving NOTE ● Be careful not to get your hands trapped while a mirror is moving. ● If the vehicle is equipped with the keyless entry system or keyless operation system, the mirrors can also be retracted or extended with the remote control switch. Refer to “Keyless entry system”...
  • Page 235: Heated Mirror

    Use the mirror switch to extend the mirrors. ● Functions can be modified as stated below. Please consult a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point. • Automatically extend when the ignition switch is turned to the “ON” position, and automatically retract when the driver’s door is opened after the ignition switch is turned...
  • Page 236: Ignition Switch

    Starting and driving Ignition switch LOCK The engine is stopped and the steering wheel locked. The key E00601400792 can only be inserted and removed in this position. [For vehicles equipped with the keyless operation system] For information on operations for vehicles equipped with the keyless operation system, refer to “Keyless operation system: The engine is stopped, but the audio system and other electric Ignition switch”...
  • Page 237 Starting and driving To remove the key NOTE ● This vehicle is equipped with ignition switch illumination. Press the key in the “ACC” position. While pressing the key • The ignition switch illumination comes on while the turn it to the “LOCK” position and then remove. driver’s door is opened and remains on for about 30 sec- onds after the driver’s door is closed.
  • Page 238: Steering Wheel Lock

    Starting and driving Steering wheel lock CAUTION E00601500256 ● Do not remove the ignition key from the ignition [For vehicles equipped with the keyless operation system] switch while driving. The steering wheel will be For information on operations for vehicles equipped with the locked, causing loss of control.
  • Page 239: Starting The Engine

    Starting and driving Starting the engine CAUTION E00601600475 ● Remove the key when leaving the vehicle. [For vehicles equipped with the keyless operation system] In some countries, it is prohibited to leave the key on For information on operations for vehicles equipped with the the vehicle when parked.
  • Page 240 Starting and driving Starting the engine CAUTION E00601700900 ● Release the ignition key as soon as the engine starts 1. Insert the ignition key and fasten the seat belt. to avoid damaging the starter motor. 2. Apply the parking brake. ●...
  • Page 241 Starting and driving Fuel injection amount learning process 5. Turn the ignition key to the “ON” position. The diesel preheat indicator lamp will first illuminate, and E00616000057 To keep exhaust emissions and engine noise low, the engine then after a short time go out, indicating that preheating is very occasionally performs a learning process for the fuel completed.
  • Page 242: Manual Transmission

    Starting and driving Manual transmission NOTE ● If it is hard to shift into 1st, depress the clutch pedal again; E00602000258 the shift will then be easier to make. The shift pattern is shown on the gearshift lever knob. Be sure ●...
  • Page 243 Starting and driving Possible driving speed CAUTION E00610800561 Avoid shifting down at high speed, as this may cause excessive ● Do not pull up the pull-ring (A) when moving the engine speed (the tachometer needle into the red zone) and gearshift lever to any position other than the “R”...
  • Page 244: Electronically Controlled 4Wd System

    Starting and driving Electronically controlled 4WD system Drive mode-selector The drive mode can be switched by turning the dial while the E00604900105 The electronically controlled 4WD system is an 4-wheel drive ignition switch is in the “ON” position. system that allows one of three drive modes to be selected with a switch, in accordance with the driving conditions.
  • Page 245 Starting and driving Drive mode indicator Drive mode Display Normally the indicator illuminates when the ignition switch is turned to the “ON” position, and then the drive mode is dis- played a few seconds after the engine is started. 4WD AUTO 4WD LOCK CAUTION ●...
  • Page 246 4WD system and the safety device has acti- “SLOW DOWN” is also displayed in the informa- vated. Have an inspection made by a MITSUBISHI tion screen in the multi-information display. MOTORS Authorised Service Point. Reduce speed, and if the indicator goes out after driving a while, resume driving as before.
  • Page 247: 4-Wheel Drive Operation

    Starting and driving 4-wheel drive operation CAUTION E00606600483 ● Always use tyres of the same size, type, and brand Your vehicle has been designed primarily for use on pavement. that have no wear differences. Using tyres that differ But its unique 4-wheel drive system allows you to occasionally in size, type, brand, or wear amount may activate travel on unpaved roads, to campgrounds, picnic sites, and sim- the protection of the drive-system components, caus-...
  • Page 248 Always drive care- tion of the tyres, and check the tyre pressures. ● MITSUBISHI MOTORS is not responsible to the opera- fully, taking account of the road conditions. ● Improperly operating this vehicle on or off-pave-...
  • Page 249 Starting and driving Turning sharp corners On snowy or icy roads When turning a sharp corner in “4WD LOCK” position at low Set the drive mode-selector to “4WD AUTO” or “4WD speed, a slight difference in steering may be experienced simi- LOCK”...
  • Page 250: Driving Through Water

    Starting and driving Driving on sandy or muddy roads NOTE ● Avoid sudden braking, sudden acceleration and sharp Set the drive mode-selector to “4WD LOCK” and then gradu- turning; such operations could result in the vehicle ally depress the accelerator pedal for a smooth start. Keep the becoming stuck.
  • Page 251: Inspection And Maintenance Following Rough Road Operation

    Starting and driving Inspection and maintenance following CAUTION rough road operation ● Never drive through water that is deep enough to E00606700224 cover wheel hubs, axles or exhaust pipe. Do not After operating the vehicle in rough road conditions, be sure to change gears while driving through water.
  • Page 252: Cautions On The Handling Of 4-Wheel Drive Vehicles

    Starting and driving Cautions on the handling of 4-wheel drive Towing vehicles E00606800397 Tyres and wheels Since the driving torque can be applied to the 4 wheels, the driving performance of the vehicle when operating in 4-wheel drive is greatly affected by the condition of the tyres. Pay close attention to the tyres.
  • Page 253: Braking

    Starting and driving Braking CAUTION E00607000716 ● Even in “2WD” drive mode, the vehicle cannot be All the parts of the brake system are critical to safety. We rec- towed with the front or the rear wheels on the ommend you to have the vehicle checked at regular intervals ground.
  • Page 254: Warning Display

    Starting and driving Warning display When driving downhill The brake warning lamp illuminates to indicate a fault in the It is important to take advantage of the engine braking by shift- braking system. A warning is also displayed on the multi-infor- ing to a lower shift position while driving on steep downhill mation display.
  • Page 255: Anti-Lock Brake System (Abs)

    Starting and driving Anti-lock brake system (ABS) ● When the ABS is activated, you may feel the brake pedal pulsation and the vibrations of the vehicle body and steer- E00607100834 ing wheel. You may also hear a characteristic noise. At Environmental conditions can have an effect on braking.
  • Page 256 If tyre types or sizes are mixed, ABS may not func- tion normally. ● Never install a limited slip differential, which is not MITSUBISHI Genuine parts, as the ABS may not function normally. CAUTION We recommend you to consult a MITSUBISHI ●...
  • Page 257 Starting and driving If the waning lamp / display illuminate while driving E00607300722 If only the ABS warning lamp/display illuminate Avoid hard braking and high-speed driving. Stop the vehicle in a safe place. Restart the engine and check to see whether the lamp goes out after a few minutes driving;...
  • Page 258 Starting and driving After driving on icy roads Rear E00618800020 After driving on snowy roads, remove any snow and ice which may have become adhered to the wheel areas. When doing this, be careful not to damage the wheel speed sensors (A) and cables located at each wheel on vehicles equipped with an ABS.
  • Page 259: Power Steering System

    Starting and driving Power steering system Active stability control (ASC)* E00607400156 E00616700038 When the engine is stopped, the power steering system will not The active stability control (ASC) takes overall control of the function and it will require greater manual effort to operate the anti-lock brake system, traction control function and stability steering wheel.
  • Page 260 Starting and driving Stability control function NOTE ● A whining sound may be emitted from the engine com- E00619100017 The stability control function is designed to help the driver partment in the following situations. The sound is associ- maintain control of the vehicle on slippery roads or during ated with checking the operations of the ASC.
  • Page 261 Starting and driving ● If you continue to press the “ASC OFF” switch after the ASC is turned off, the “mistaken operation protection function” will activate and the ASC will turn back on. After the “mistaken operation protection function” is acti- vated, it will not be possible to turn the ASC off.
  • Page 262 Starting and driving ASC warning display CAUTION E00619400010 If an abnormal condition occurs in the system while driving, ● When display blinks, ASC is operating, which display will blink or the warning display, “SERVICE means that the road is slippery or that your vehicle’s REQUIRED”...
  • Page 263: Cruise Control

    Starting and driving Cruise control* CAUTION E00609100522 Cruise control is an automatic speed control system that lets ● [If warning display, “SERVICE you keep the same driving speed. It can be activated at 40 km/h REQUIRED” and the display are shown at the (25 mph) or more.
  • Page 264 Starting and driving Cruise control switches NOTE ● When operating the cruise control switches, correctly press each cruise control switch. The cruise control may be turned off automatically if two or more of the cruise control switches are pressed at the same time.
  • Page 265 Starting and driving “CRUISE” control indicator To activate E00609200233 E00609300478 This indicator will come on when the cruise control “ON OFF” 1. Lightly press the “ON OFF” switch (A). switch (A) is pressed to turn on the cruise control system. NOTE ●...
  • Page 266 Starting and driving To increase the set speed 2. Press the “COAST SET” switch (B) while driving at the desired speed. E00609400411 There are 2 ways to increase the set speed. “ACC RES” switch If you press and hold down the “ACC RES” switch (C), the speed will gradually increase.
  • Page 267 Starting and driving To decrease the set speed Accelerator pedal Use the accelerator pedal to reach your desired speed and then E00609500340 There are 2 ways to reduce the set speed. push the “COAST SET” switch (B) and release the switch momentarily to set a new desired cruising speed.
  • Page 268 Starting and driving To temporarily increase or decrease the speed Brake pedal Use the brake pedal, which disengages the cruise control, then E00617300028 push the “COAST SET” switch (B) and release the switch To temporarily increase the speed momentarily to set a new desired cruising speed. Press the accelerator pedal as you would normally.
  • Page 269 Starting and driving To deactivate To temporarily decrease the speed Apply the brakes to decrease the speed. To return to the previ- E00609700456 The cruise control can be turned off as follows: ously set speed, press the “ACC RES” switch. Refer to “To ●...
  • Page 270: Reversing Sensor System

    Starting and driving To resume the set speed Reversing sensor system* E00609800369 E00615500068 If the cruise control is deactivated by the condition described in This system operates when you are backing the vehicle. It uses “To deactivate” on page 4-46, you can resume the previously corner and back sensors to detect an obstacle and sounds a set speed by pressing the “ACC RES”...
  • Page 271 Starting and driving Obstacle detection areas Reversing sensor system detection areas Depending on whether the vehicle is equipped with a towbar, E00615600102 The detection areas of the corner and back sensors are limited you can change the reversing sensor system between the stand- to those shown in the illustration.
  • Page 272 Have the vehicle inspected at a • Objects that are thin, such as wire nets or ropes. MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point. • Objects that absorb sound waves, such as snow. ● The sensors do not detect objects located in the area •...
  • Page 273 Starting and driving The reversing sensor system operation indicator lamp (A) will NOTE ● The buzzer may sound lower than the normal warning turn off that the system has stopped operating. It will flash in case there is a malfunction in the system. For sound when the reversing sensor system is receiving ultra- details, refer to “Reversing sensor system operation indicator sonic noise from other sources, but this is not a malfunc-...
  • Page 274 Starting and driving The warning buzzer sounds when the system detects an obsta- Warning for obstacles cle during operation. If there is an obstacle behind the vehicle, a warning buzzer sounds to indicate the distance between the vehicle and the NOTE obstacle.
  • Page 275 Within approx. 60 cm Continuous lamp will continue blinking until the system reverts to the nor- mal state. Have the vehicle inspected at a MITSUBISHI CAUTION MOTORS Authorised Service Point. ● The distances given are to be used for reference only, as errors may be caused by various factors, such as temperature, humidity, or the shape of the obstacles.
  • Page 276: Cargo Loads

    NOTE the rear view blocked, and your cargo being thrown ● We recommend you to use a genuine MITSUBISHI roof inside the cabin if you suddenly have to brake can carrier, since the brackets to be used have a special shape.
  • Page 277: Roof Carrier Precaution

    Starting and driving Roof carrier mounting brackets Roof carrier precaution CAUTION ● Make sure that the weight of the luggage does not exceed the allowable roof load. If the allowable roof load is exceeded, this may cause damage to the vehicle. The roof load is the total allowable load on the roof (the weight of the roof carrier plus the weight of lug- gage placed on the roof carrier).
  • Page 278: Trailer Towing

    ● Remove the roof carrier before using an automatic car device that meets all relevant regulations in your area, mounted wash. at an authorised MITSUBISHI dealer. ● Be sure that adequate clearance is maintained for raising The regulations concerning the towing of a trailer may differ the sunroof (if so equipped) and/or the tailgate when from country to country.
  • Page 279 Starting and driving Towing bar mounting specifications See the following table for fixing points (A) for the towing bar. 4-56...
  • Page 280 Starting and driving Operating hints 553 mm ● To prevent the clutch from slipping, do not rev the engine 171 mm more than is required when starting off. ● Be sure that the driving speed does not exceed the 100 353 mm km/h (62 mph) for trailer operation.
  • Page 282: For Pleasant Driving

    For pleasant driving Ventilators .......5- Cup holder ....... 5-127 Automatic air conditioning .
  • Page 283: Ventilators

    For pleasant driving Ventilators Air flow and direction adjustments E00700200420 E00700100357 Centre ventilators Move the knob (A) to adjust the air flow direction. To close the ventilator, fully move the knob (A) to the inner side. 1- Centre ventilators 2- Side ventilators 1- Close 2- Open...
  • Page 284 For pleasant driving Side ventilators Mode selection dial Move the knob (A) to adjust the air flow direction. E00726500014 To change the amount of air flowing from the ventilators, turn To close the ventilator, fully move the knob (A) to the outer the mode selection dial.
  • Page 285 For pleasant driving Changing the mode selection Face position Air flows only to the upper part of the passenger compartment. E00700300737 To change the position and amount of air flowing from the ven- tilators, turn the mode selection dial. These symbols are used in the next several illustrations to dem- onstrate the quantity of air coming from the ventilators.
  • Page 286 For pleasant driving Foot/face position Foot position Air flows to the upper part of the passenger compartment, and Air flows mainly to the leg area. flows to the leg area. NOTE ● With the mode selection dial between the “ ”...
  • Page 287 For pleasant driving Foot/demister position Demister position Air flows to the leg area, the windscreen and the door win- Air flows mainly to the windscreen and the door windows. dows. NOTE ● With the mode selection dial between the “ ”...
  • Page 288: Automatic Air Conditioning

    For pleasant driving Automatic air conditioning NOTE ● There is a photo sensor (A) and interior air temperature E00702400211 sensor (B) inside the vehicle. The air conditioning can only be used while the engine is run- Do not place anything on these sensors. The sensors will ning.
  • Page 289 For pleasant driving Blower speed selection dial Temperature control dial E00702800172 E00703000227 Select the blower speed by turning the blower speed selection Turn the temperature control dial clockwise or anticlockwise. dial clockwise or anticlockwise. Turn the dial clockwise to increase the air flow and anticlock- wise to decrease the air flow.
  • Page 290 For pleasant driving Air selection switch NOTE ● While the engine coolant temperature is low, the tempera- E00703400348 ture of the air from the heater will be cool/cold until the To change the air selection, simply press the air selection engine warms up even if you have selected warm air with switch.
  • Page 291 For pleasant driving Customising the air selection (Changing function CAUTION settings) ● Normally, use the outside position to keep the wind- E00725800010 Functions can be changed as desired, as stated below. screen and side windows clear and quickly remove fog or frost from the windscreen. ●...
  • Page 292 For pleasant driving Air conditioning switch NOTE ● If a problem is detected in the air conditioning system, the E00703500509 Push the switch to turn the air condition on, indicator lamp (A) air conditioning operation indicator lamp (A) blinks. Press will come on.
  • Page 293 For pleasant driving Operating the system in automatic mode Customising the air conditioning switch (Changing function settings) E00704100355 E00725900011 Functions can be changed as desired, as stated below. ● Enable automatic air conditioning control: If the mode selection dial or blower speed selection dial is turned to the “AUTO”...
  • Page 294 For pleasant driving Operating the system in manual air mode The outlet port (except “ ”), recirculation/outside air select and blower speed, and ON/OFF of air conditioning will be con- E00704200167 Blower speed and ventilator mode may be controlled manually trolled automatically.
  • Page 295 For pleasant driving For ordinary demisting For quick demisting Perform the following settings to prevent the misting of the windscreen and door windows, and heat the leg area. 1. Set the mode selection dial to the “ ” position. 2. Set your blower to the maximum speed. 1.
  • Page 296: Important Operation Tips For The Air Conditioning

    For pleasant driving Important operation tips for the air Air conditioning system refrigerant and lubricant recommendations conditioning If the air conditioning seems less effective than usual, the cause E00708300485 might be a refrigerant leak. We recommend you to have the ●...
  • Page 297: Air Purifier

    For pleasant driving Air purifier LW/MW/FM digital tuning radio with CD player* E00708400415 An air filter has been incorporated into this air conditioning so E00708500780 that pollen and dust are cleaned from the air. The audio system can only be used when the ignition switch is Replace the air filter periodically as its ability to clean the air in the “ON”...
  • Page 298 For pleasant driving Volume and tone control panel To adjust the tone E00708600390 E00708800406 Press the SOUND switch (4) to select: TYPE → FIELD → BASS → MID → TREBLE → FADER → BALANCE → audio control mode OFF. QUICK ACCESS MODE To access the sound customisation features quickly, push and hold the SOUND switch (4), then turn the switch clockwise or anticlockwise to access your desired sound customisation set-...
  • Page 299 For pleasant driving TYPE (Acoustic characteristic selection) FIELD (Sound field selection) 1. Turn the SOUND switch (4) to select the desired music 1. Turn the SOUND switch (4) to select the desired sound type. field. 2. Press the SOUND switch (4) to set the audio system to the 2.
  • Page 300 For pleasant driving BALANCE (Left /Right balance control) Turn the SOUND switch (4) to balance volume from the left and right speakers. NOTE ● When set to 0, it will beep. ● When TYPE or FIELD is changed, the sound will cut out briefly, but this does not indicate a malfunction.
  • Page 301 For pleasant driving Radio control panel and display E00708900481 1- PWR (Power ON/OFF) switch 2- AM/FM (FM/MW/LW selection) button 3- Memory select buttons 4- TUNE switch 5- SEEK (Up-seek) button 6- SEEK (Down-seek) button 7- FM (FM1/FM2/FM3) indicator 8- ST (Stereo) indicator 5-20...
  • Page 302 For pleasant driving To listen to the radio E00709000522 1. Press the PWR switch (1) or the AM/FM button (2) to turn ON the radio. Press the PWR switch again to turn OFF the radio. 2. Press the AM/FM button (2) to select the desired band. 3.
  • Page 303 For pleasant driving Automatic setting With the method, all manually set stations in the band currently selected for reception are replaced with stations in the same band that are automatically selected in order of signal strength. The radio automatically selects 6 stations in the FM band (FM3 station only) and 6 stations each in the MW and LW band.
  • Page 304 For pleasant driving Radio data system (RDS) E00709200146 1- PWR (Power ON/OFF) switch 8- SEEK (Down-seek) button 2- AM/FM (FM/MW/LW selection ) button 9- CT (Clock time) indicator 3- Memory select buttons 10- RDS (Radio data system) indicator 4- TP (Traffic programme) button 11- TP (Traffic programme identification) indicator 5- PTY (Programme type) button 12- PTY (Programme type) indicator...
  • Page 305 For pleasant driving RDS uses PI (programme identification) signal and AF (alter- REG (Regional) function native frequency) list transmitted in addition to the normal FM E00721100060 REG function limits to receive the stations broadcasting broadcasting programmes, and picks up the FM stations that regional programmes.
  • Page 306 For pleasant driving 1. NEWS To search for a broadcast of the desired programme type: 2. AFFAIRS (Current affairs) 1. Press the PTY button (5). 3. INFO (Information) 2. Turn the TUNE switch (6) or press a memory select but- 4.
  • Page 307 For pleasant driving To change the language of PTY display NOTE ● If the SEEK button (7 to 8) is pressed, the radio will try to E00721500123 You can select your favourite language among English, French, find out another broadcast of the same programme type as German, Swedish, Spanish and Italian.
  • Page 308 For pleasant driving Traffic information E00721600111 The radio will automatically tune in to traffic information broadcasts while receiving FM broadcasts or playing compact discs. To select this function. follow the instructions below. 1. Press the TP button (4). The display will show “TP” (11). If the RDS data can be read, the display will show “RDS”...
  • Page 309 For pleasant driving TP (Traffic information Programme) search function E00721800083 The traffic information programme standby function is turned on (with the TP indicator (11) shown on the display) and after about 45 seconds since the RDS indicator (10) turns off due to weak signal or the tuning station is changed over from a TP station to a station which does not broadcast traffic informa- tion, the sound will beep 5 times and seeks out a TP station in...
  • Page 310 For pleasant driving Emergency broadcasts Function setup mode E00721700112 E00722500117 It is possible to change the following functions: ● AF ● CT ● REG ● TP-S ● Language of PTY display ● SCV If an emergency broadcast is caught while receiving a FM broadcast or playing back a compact disc with the ignition switch in “ACC”...
  • Page 311 For pleasant driving 1. Press the TUNE switch (6) for 2 seconds or longer to select the function setup mode. 2. Press the TUNE switch (6) repeatedly to select the mode you wish to change. The order is: AF → CT → REG → TP-S → Language of PTY display →...
  • Page 312 For pleasant driving 3. Select the desired setting for each mode to be turned ON and OFF as shown below. The setting will be shown on the display. NOTE ● After selecting a mode, you can leave the function setup mode by taking either of the following steps: •...
  • Page 313 For pleasant driving CD control panel and display E00709500442 1- AM/FM button 13- FOLDER switch 2- CD (CD mode changeover) button (Track up) button 3- PWR (Power ON/OFF) switch (Track down) button 4- PAGE (Title scroll) button 16- CD indicator 5- DISP (Display) button 17- FOLDER indicator 6- RPT (Repeat mode) button...
  • Page 314 For pleasant driving To listen to a CD To listen to a music CD E00709600720 1. Insert the disc with the label facing up. When a disc is inserted, the CD indicator (16) will come on and the CD player will begin playing even if the radio is being used.
  • Page 315 For pleasant driving To listen to an MP3 CD NOTE ● While listening to a disc on which CD-DA (CD-Digital This CD player allows you to play MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer- Audio) and MP3 files have both been recorded, you can 3) files recorded on CD-ROMs, CD-Rs (recordable CDs), and switch between reading of the CD-DA and reading of the CD-RWs (rewritable CDs) in ISO9660 Level 1/Level 2, Joliet,...
  • Page 316 For pleasant driving Folder selection order/MP3 file playback order (Example) To fast-forward/reverse the disc Fast-forward Root folder (Root directory) The disc is fast-forwarded while the button (9) is held down. Playback will begin once the button is released. Fast-reverse The disc is fast-reversed while the button (8) is held down.
  • Page 317 For pleasant driving To select a desired folder (MP3 CDs only) To select a desired track You can select your desired folder by turning the FOLDER You can cue tracks on a disc by using the button (15 switch (13). or 14).
  • Page 318 For pleasant driving To repeat tracks To change track playback order To repeat a track Random playback for a disc (music CDs only) Press the RPT button (6) to repeat the same track. If the RDM button (7) is pressed, the RDM indicator (21) will If the RPT button is pressed, the RPT indicator (20) will come come on and the tracks that are played will be selected at ran- dom.
  • Page 319 For pleasant driving To find the start of each track on a disc for playback CD text and MP3 title display Press the SCAN button (10). “SCAN” will appear on the dis- E00725000139 This CD player can display CD text and MP3 titles, including play (22) and the CD player will play back the first 10 seconds ID3 tag information (version 1).
  • Page 320 For pleasant driving MP3 titles ID3 tag information The CD player can display folder and track titles for discs with The CD player can display ID3 tag information (version 1) for converted folder and track information. Press the DISP button files that have been recorded with ID3 tag information.
  • Page 321: Lw/Mw/Fm Digital Tuning Radio With Cd Changer

    For pleasant driving LW/MW/FM digital tuning radio with CD Volume and tone control panel changer* E00708600404 E00708500777 The audio system can only be used when the ignition switch is in the “ON” or “ACC” position. NOTE ● When listening to the audio system with the engine stopped, be sure to turn the ignition switch to the “ACC”...
  • Page 322 For pleasant driving To adjust the tone TYPE (Acoustic characteristic selection) 1. Turn the SOUND switch (4) to select the desired music E00708800419 Press the SOUND switch (4) to select: SUB PUNCH → TYPE type. → FIELD → BASS → MID → TREBLE → FADER → BAL- 2.
  • Page 323 For pleasant driving FIELD (Sound field selection) BALANCE (Left/Right balance control) 1. Turn the SOUND switch (4) to select the desired sound Turn the SOUND switch (4) to balance volume from the left field. and right speakers. 2. Press the SOUND switch (4) to set the audio system to the NOTE selected sound field.
  • Page 324 For pleasant driving Radio control panel and display E00708900494 1- PWR (Power ON/OFF) switch 2- AM/FM (FM/MW/LW selection) button 3- Memory select buttons 4- TUNE switch 5- SEEK (Up-seek) button 6- SEEK (Down-seek) button 7- FM (FM1/FM2/FM3) indicator 8- ST (Stereo) indicator 5-43...
  • Page 325 For pleasant driving To listen to the radio E00709000548 1. Press the PWR switch (1) or the AM/FM button (2) to turn ON the radio. Press the PWR switch again to turn OFF the radio. 2. Press the AM/FM button (2) to select the desired band. 3.
  • Page 326 For pleasant driving Automatic setting With the method, all manually set stations in the band currently selected for reception are replaced with stations in the same band that are automatically selected in order of signal strength. The radio automatically selects 6 stations in the FM band (FM3 station only) and 6 stations each in the MW and LW band.
  • Page 327 For pleasant driving Radio data system (RDS) E00709200159 1- PWR (Power ON/OFF) switch 8- SEEK (Down-seek) button 2- AM/FM (FM/MW/LW selection ) button 9- CT (Clock time) indicator 3- Memory select buttons 10- RDS (Radio data system) indicator 4- TP (Traffic programme) button 11- TP (Traffic programme identification) indicator 5- PTY (Programme type) button 12- PTY (Programme type) indicator...
  • Page 328 For pleasant driving RDS uses PI (programme identification) signal and AF (alter- REG (Regional) function native frequency) list transmitted in addition to the normal FM E00721100073 REG function limits to receive the stations broadcasting broadcasting programmes, and picks up the FM stations that regional programmes.
  • Page 329 For pleasant driving 1. NEWS To search for a broadcast of the desired programme type: 2. AFFAIRS (Current affairs) 1. Press the PTY button (5) 3. INFO (Information) 2. Turn the TUNE switch (6) or press a memory select but- 4.
  • Page 330 For pleasant driving To change the language of PTY display NOTE ● If the SEEK button (7 to 8) is pressed, the radio will try to E00721500136 You can select your favourite language among English, French, find out another broadcast of the same programme type as German, Swedish, Spanish and Italian.
  • Page 331 For pleasant driving Traffic information E00721600124 The radio will automatically tune in to traffic information broadcasts while receiving FM broadcasts or playing compact discs. To select this function, follow the instructions below. 1. Press the TP button (4). The display will show “TP” (11). If the RDS data can be read, the display will show “RDS”...
  • Page 332 For pleasant driving TP (Traffic information Programme) search function E00721800096 The traffic information programme standby function is turned on (with the TP indicator (11) shown on the display) and after about 45 seconds since the RDS indicator (10) turns off due to weak signal or the tuning station is changed over from a TP station to a station which does not broadcast traffic informa- tion, the sound will beep 5 times and seeks out a TP station in...
  • Page 333 For pleasant driving Emergency broadcasts Function setup mode E00721700125 E00722500120 It is possible to change the following functions: ● AF ● CT ● REG ● TP-S ● Language of PTY display ● SCV If an emergency broadcast is caught while receiving a FM broadcast or playing back a compact disc with the ignition switch in “ACC”...
  • Page 334 For pleasant driving 1. Press the TUNE switch (6) for 2 seconds or longer to select the function setup mode. 2. Press the TUNE switch (6) repeatedly to select the mode you wish to change. The order is: AF → CT → REG → TP-S → Language of PTY display →...
  • Page 335 For pleasant driving 3. Select the desired setting for each mode to be turned ON and OFF as shown below. The setting will be shown on the display. NOTE ● After selecting a mode, you can leave the function setup mode by taking either of the following steps: •...
  • Page 336 For pleasant driving CD control panel and display E00709500455 15- Eject button 1- AM/FM button 16- CD insertion slot 2- CD (CD mode changeover) button 17- FOLDER switch 3- PWR (Power ON/OFF) switch 4- LOAD indicator (Track up) button 5- LOAD button (Track down) button 6- PAGE (Title scroll) button 20- CD indicator...
  • Page 337 For pleasant driving To listen to a CD To set discs E00709600805 The CD can be loaded or ejected by pressing the LOAD button (5) or the eject button (15) even if the audio system power is off. 1. Press the PWR switch (3) to turn the audio system ON and OFF.
  • Page 338 For pleasant driving To eject discs NOTE ● If there are multiple empty slots, you can select your desired slot by pressing the DISC buttons (12 or 13). ● If you do not insert a disc for about 15 seconds after the autochanger starts standing by for loading, the loading standby mode will be cancelled.
  • Page 339 For pleasant driving To eject all the discs To listen to a music CD 1. Press the eject button (15) for 2 seconds or longer (until you hear a beep). 2. The currently selected disc will be ejected. When you remove the ejected disc, the next disc will automatically be ejected.
  • Page 340 For pleasant driving To listen to an MP3 CD NOTE ● While listening to a disc on which CD-DA (CD-Digital This autochanger allows you to play MP3 (MPEG Audio Audio) and MP3 files have both been recorded, you can Layer-3) files recorded on CD-ROMs, CD-Rs (recordable switch between reading of the CD-DA and reading of the CDs), and CD-RWs (rewritable CDs) in ISO9660 Level MP3 files by pressing the CD button for 2 seconds or...
  • Page 341 For pleasant driving Folder selection order/MP3 file playback order (Example) To fast-forward/reverse the disc Fast-forward Root folder (Root directory) The disc is fast-forwarded while the button (11) is held down. Playback will begin once the button is released. Fast-reverse The disc is fast-reversed while the button (10) is held down.
  • Page 342 For pleasant driving To select a desired folder (MP3 CDs only) To select a desired track You can select your desired folder by turning the FOLDER You can cue tracks on a disc by using the button (19 switch (17). or 18).
  • Page 343 For pleasant driving To repeat tracks To change track playback order To repeat a track Random playback for a disc (music CDs only) Press the RPT button (8) to repeat the same track. If the RDM button (9) is pressed, the RDM indicator (26) will If the RPT button is pressed, the RPT indicator (25) will come come on and the tracks that are played will be selected at ran- dom.
  • Page 344 For pleasant driving Random playback for all folders on a disc (MP3 CDs only) CD text and MP3 title display Press the RDM button (9) for 2 seconds or longer (until you E00725000142 This autochanger can display CD text and MP3 titles, including hear a beep).
  • Page 345 For pleasant driving MP3 titles ID3 tag information The autochanger can display folder and track titles for discs The autochanger can display ID3 tag information (version 1) with converted folder and track information. Press the DISP for files that have been recorded with ID3 tag information. button (7) repeatedly to make selections in the following 1.
  • Page 346: To Use The External Audio Input Function (Vehicles With A Rear-Seat Display)

    For pleasant driving To use the external audio input function To activate the external audio input mode (vehicles with a rear-seat display) E00732200016 Auxiliary Video connecter (RCA) 1. Use a commercially available audio cable to connect the audio equipment to the internal audio input connecter (A or B).
  • Page 347: Steering Wheel Audio Remote Control Switches

    For pleasant driving Steering wheel audio remote control CAUTION switches* ● Do not operate the connected audio equipment while E00710000056 driving. The remote control switch is located on the left side of the This could distract you and an accident might occur. steering wheel.
  • Page 348: Volume Adjustment

    For pleasant driving Turning on the power To listen to a CD Press the power switch (3) to turn on the power. When you turn Press the mode selector button (3) and select CD mode. the power on, the mode that was selected when the power was To fast-forward/reverse the disc last turned off appears.
  • Page 349: Error Codes

    For pleasant driving Error codes E00710100510 If an error code (1) appears in the display, take action in accordance with the table below. Error display Problem Item Repair NO DISC No disc inserted Disc is not CD player. Insert disc. Disc is not loaded correctly, or conden- Insert disc with label facing up.
  • Page 350 For pleasant driving Error display Problem Item Repair Communication error between external Communication or Consult a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised ERROR device and audio equipment. power supply error Service Point. Power supply error of external device. 5-69...
  • Page 351: Handling Of Compact Discs

    For pleasant driving Handling of compact discs E00723000119 ● Use only the type of compact discs that have the mark shown in the illustration below (playback of CD-R or CD- RW discs may cause problems). ● The use of special shaped, damaged compact discs (like cracked discs) or low-quality compact discs (like warped discs or burrs on the discs) such as those shown will dam- age the CD player.
  • Page 352 For pleasant driving ● In the following circumstances, moisture can form on ● To clean a disc, use a soft, clean, dry cloth. Wipe directly discs and inside the audio system, preventing normal from the centre hole toward the outer edge. Do not wipe in operation.
  • Page 353 For pleasant driving ● Do not put additional labels (A) or stickers (B) on com- Notes on CD-Rs/RWs pact discs. Also, do not use any compact disc on which a E00725100055 ● You may have trouble playing back some CD-R/RW discs label or sticker has started to peel off or any compact disc recorded on CD recorders (CD-R/RW drives), either due that has stickiness or other contamination left by a peeled-...
  • Page 354: Antenna

    For pleasant driving Antenna E00710500208 Roof antenna To remove Turn the pole (A) anticlockwise. To install Screw the pole (A) clockwise into the base (B) until it is securely retained. NOTE ● Be sure to remove the roof antenna in the following cases: •...
  • Page 355: Digital Clock

    For pleasant driving Digital clock* Select the automatic mode or the manual mode by performing the following operations: E00711800077 1. Press the PWR switch (A) to turn ON the audio system. 2. Enter the function setup mode by pressing the TUNE switch (B) for 2 seconds or longer.
  • Page 356 For pleasant driving 3. Press the TUNE switch (B) repeatedly to select the CT NOTE (Clock Time) mode. ● Although “PHONE” appear on the display, the PHONE The order is: AF → CT → REG → TP-S → Language of function is inoperative.
  • Page 357: Automatic Mode

    For pleasant driving Automatic mode 4. Turn the TUNE switch (B) left and right and select either ON or OFF. The automatic mode can set the local time automatically by using the signal from the local RDS stations. In this mode, CT (A) is shown in the display.
  • Page 358: Manual Mode

    For pleasant driving Manual mode 3. Once the time is set, press the “DISP” button, and the time display will stop flashing. The manual mode is also available in case the “Automatic When a time adjustment has been made, the flashing stops mode”...
  • Page 359 For pleasant driving ® Hands-free Bluetooth cellular phone WARNING interface system with voice recognition* ® ● Although the Hands-free Bluetooth cellular phone E00726000022 interface system with voice recognition allows you to ® The Hands-free Bluetooth cellular phone interface system make hands-free calls, you should do so only after with voice recognition uses a wireless communication technol- parking your vehicle in a safe area.
  • Page 360 For pleasant driving Steering control switch Volume up button Press this button to increase the volume. E00727200018 Volume down button Press this button to decrease the volume. SPEECH button ● Press this button to change to voice recognition mode. While the system is in voice recognition mode, “Listen- ing”...
  • Page 361: Hands-Free Bluetooth® Cellular Phone Interface System With Voice Recognition

    For pleasant driving Voice recognition function HANG-UP button ● Press this button when an incoming call is received to E00727300019 ® refuse the call. The Hands-free Bluetooth cellular phone interface system ● Press this button during a call to end the current call. with voice recognition is equipped with a voice recognition When another call is on hold or there is an incoming call, function.
  • Page 362 For pleasant driving Selecting the Language System recognises the command that you said and changes the language There are two ways to change the language. ® When the Hands-free Bluetooth cellular phone interface sys- NOTE tem with voice recognition recognises a valid language com- ●...
  • Page 363 For pleasant driving Speaker enrollment function Speaker enrollment It takes about 10 to 15 minutes to complete the speaker enrol- E00727400010 ® ment process. The Hands-free Bluetooth cellular phone interface system To ensure the best results, run through the process while in the with voice recognition can use the speaker enrollment function driver’s seat, in an environment that is as quiet as possible to create a voice model for one person per language.
  • Page 364 For pleasant driving Enabling and disabling the voice model and retraining NOTE ● If you do not start the speaker enrollment process within 3 You can turn a voice model registered with the speaker enroll- minutes of pressing the SPEECH button, the speaker ment function on and off whenever you want.
  • Page 365: Help Function

    For pleasant driving Help function Confirmation function setting E00727700013 E00728000013 ® ® The Hands-free Bluetooth cellular phone interface system The Hands-free Bluetooth cellular phone interface system with voice recognition is equipped with a Help function. with voice recognition is equipped with a confirmation func- If you say “Help”...
  • Page 366 ● If you have forgotten your password, say “Cancel” to quit Answer “No” to cancel the setting of the password and the voice input mode and then check with a MITSUBISHI return to the main menu. MOTORS Authorised Service Point.
  • Page 367 For pleasant driving Pairing a cellular phone Disabling the password E00728400017 E00728500018 ® Use the following procedure to turn off the security function by To use the Hands-free Bluetooth cellular phone interface sys- ® disabling the password. tem with voice recognition, you need to pair a Bluetooth ®...
  • Page 368 For pleasant driving ® Use the following procedure to pair a Bluetooth compatible 6. After the voice guide says “Please say a 4-digit pairing ® cellular phone to the Hands-free Bluetooth cellular phone code,” say a 4 digit number. The 4 digit number will be interface system with voice recognition.
  • Page 369 For pleasant driving ® 8. When the system finds a Bluetooth compatible cellular 10. After the voice guide says “<phone tag> set to priority phone, the voice guide will say “Please say the name of <priority>,” the system will start the pairing process. Wait the phone after the beep.”...
  • Page 370: Cellular Phones

    For pleasant driving Having the system tell you a list of the registered 4. After the voice guide says “Please say,” it will read out each priority number and phone name pair in order, start- cellular phones ing with the phone that has the highest priority level (from E00728700010 1 to 7).
  • Page 371 For pleasant driving Deleting a phone 7. When the phone deletion process is completed, the voice guide will say “Deleted.” The system will then beep and E00728800011 ® the voice recognition mode will be deactivated. Use the following procedure to delete a paired Bluetooth If the phone deletion process fails for some reason, the ®...
  • Page 372 For pleasant driving 3. After the voice guide says “Number Please,” say the tele- 4. If multiple telephone numbers are registered for the per- phone number. son, the voice guide will ask “Would you like to call <voice tag> at {home}, {work}, {mobile} or {pager}?” ®...
  • Page 373 For pleasant driving SEND function Redialling E00729200012 E00729400014 You can redial the last number called, based on the history of During a call, press the SPEECH button to enter voice recogni- dialed calls in the paired cellular phone. tion mode, then say “<numbers> SEND” to generate DTMF Use the following procedure to redial.
  • Page 374 For pleasant driving Switching between hands-free mode and private Phonebook function mode E00729700017 ® The Hands-free Bluetooth cellular phone interface system E00730900019 ® with voice recognition has its own phonebook separate from The Hands-free Bluetooth cellular phone interface system the phonebook on the cellular phone. with voice recognition can switch between Hands-free mode This phonebook is used when making calls with the voice rec- (Hands-free calls) and private mode (calls using cellular...
  • Page 375 For pleasant driving New entry 3. Say the telephone number to register it. E00729800018 NOTE You can register a new entry in the phonebook by saying “New ● In the case of English, the system will recognise both entry” on the Phonebook Main menu. You can register up to a “zero”...
  • Page 376 For pleasant driving Edit 3. After the voice guide says “Number Please,” say the tele- phone number to register it. E00729900019 You can edit information in the phonebook by saying “Edit” on If a telephone number has been registered for the selected the Phonebook Main menu.
  • Page 377 For pleasant driving Having the system tell you a list of the phonebook Deleting a registered number entries E00730100011 You can delete a telephone number in the phonebook by saying E00730000010 “Delete” on the Phonebook Main menu. You can hear a list of the names registered in the phonebook by 1.
  • Page 378 For pleasant driving Commands and Alternatives 4. When the deletion of the telephone number is completed, the voice guide will say “<voice tag> <location> deleted” E00730700017 and then the system will return to the main menu. Alternative Command Language Primary Command NOTE Commands ●...
  • Page 379 For pleasant driving Alternative Alternative Command Language Primary Command Command Language Primary Command Commands Commands English Call English Pairing Options French Appeler Options De Jume- French lage CALL Spanish Llamar Opciones De Italian Chiama PHONE Spanish Emparejamiento OPTIONS German Anrufen Opzioni Di Asseg- Italian English...
  • Page 380 For pleasant driving Alternative Alternative Command Language Primary Command Command Language Primary Command Commands Commands English Delete A Phone English Select Phone Supprimer Un Télé- Sélectionner Un French French phone Téléphone SELECT Eliminar Un Telé- Seleccionar Telé- DELETE Spanish PHONE Spanish fono fono...
  • Page 381 For pleasant driving Alternative Alternative Command Language Primary Command Command Language Primary Command Commands Commands English Add Location English Language Ajouter {Un} French Langue French LAN- Emplacement Spanish Idioma GUAGE Agregar {Una} Italian Lingua Spanish LOCA- Ubicación German Sprache TION Aggiungere {Una} Italian English...
  • Page 382 For pleasant driving Alternative Alternative Command Language Primary Command Command Language Primary Command Commands Commands English Call This Number English Erase All French Appeler Ce Numéro - French Effacer Tout ERASE Llamar A Este Spanish Borrar Todo CALL Spanish Número Italian Cancella Tutte THIS...
  • Page 383 For pleasant driving Alternative Alternative Command Language Primary Command Command Language Primary Command Commands Commands English Work English Help French Travail, au Travail French Aide Trabajo, en Su Tra- HELP Spanish Ayuda Spanish WORK bajo Italian Aiuto Italian Lavoro, al Lavoro German Hilfe Arbeit, auf Der...
  • Page 384 For pleasant driving Alternative Alternative Command Language Primary Command Command Language Primary Command Commands Commands English Mute English French Sourdine French Spanish Silencio Spanish MUTE Italian Disattiva Audio Italian Stummschaltung German Nein German English Zero English Mute Off French Zéro Désactiver La Sour- Zero Spanish...
  • Page 385 For pleasant driving Alternative Alternative Command Language Primary Command Command Language Primary Command Commands Commands English Three English Seven French Trois French Sept Three Spanish Tres Seven Spanish Siete Italian Italian Sette German Drei German Sieben English Four English Eight French Quatre French...
  • Page 386 For pleasant driving Alternative Alternative Command Language Primary Command Command Language Primary Command Commands Commands English Hash ( # ) English Phonebook Edit French Dièse (#) French Répertoire Modifier - Pound Spanish Almohadilla ( # ) PHONE- Spanish Agenda - Editar BOOK Italian Cancelletto (#)
  • Page 387 For pleasant driving Alternative Alternative Command Language Primary Command Command Language Primary Command Commands Commands Phonebook Erase Setup Confirmation English English Prompts Répertoire Effacer Configurer Les French Tout French Invites De Confir- PHONE- mation Agenda - Borrar BOOK Spanish Todo Configurar Men- ERASE SETUP...
  • Page 388 For pleasant driving Alternative Alternative Command Language Primary Command Command Language Primary Command Commands Commands Setup Pairing English Setup Language English Options Configurer La French SETUP Configurer Les Langue LAN- French Options De Jume- Spanish Configurar Idioma GUAGE lage Italian Configura Lingua SETUP Configurar...
  • Page 389 For pleasant driving Alternative Alternative Command Language Primary Command Command Language Primary Command Commands Commands English Password English Join Calls French French Intégrer L’appel PASS- Spanish Contraseña JOIN Spanish Unir Llamadas WORD CALLS Italian Codice Di Accesso Italian Unisci Chiamate German Passwort Konferenzgespräch...
  • Page 390 For pleasant driving Enrollment Commands E00732400018 Phrase # English French Italian German Spanish 1 # 790 # 790 # 790 # 790 # 790 2 * 671 * 671 * 671 * 671 * 671 3 212 - 4903 212 - 4903 212 - 4903 212 - 4903 212 - 4903...
  • Page 391 For pleasant driving Phrase # English French Italian German Spanish Call 1 Appeler 1 Chiama 1 Anrufen 1 Llamar 1 (234) 567 - 8901 (234) 567 - 8901 (234) 567 - 8901 (234) 567 - 8901 (234) 567 - 8901 21 Dial 639 - 1542 Composer 639 - 1542 Componi 639 - 1542...
  • Page 392 For pleasant driving Phrase # English French Italian German Spanish 38 Redial Recomposer Ricomponi Wahlwiederholung Volver a marcar Ripetere l’addestra- 39 Retrain Refaire I’entraînement Erneut trainieren Volver a educar mento Einrichtung der Setup Confirmation Configurer les invites Configura richieste di Configurar mensajes de Eingabeaufforderun- Prompts...
  • Page 393: Sun Visors

    For pleasant driving Sun visors Card holder Cards can be slipped into the front (A) of the vanity mirror lid. E00711200765 1- To eliminate front glare 2- To eliminate side glare 5-112...
  • Page 394: Vanity Mirror

    For pleasant driving Vanity mirror Accessory socket E00711300548 E00711600482 The vanity mirrors are located on the back of the sun visor. CAUTION ● Be sure to use a “plug-in” type accessory operating at 12 V and at 120 W or less. When using more than one socket at the same time, make sure that the electrical accessories are 12 V accessories and that the total power consumption...
  • Page 395 For pleasant driving The accessory socket can be used while the ignition switch is Floor console box in either the “ON” or “ACC” position. Floor console Luggage compartment 5-114...
  • Page 396: Interior Lamps

    For pleasant driving Interior lamps NOTE ● If you leave the lamps on without running the engine, you E00712000308 will run down the battery. Before you leave the vehicle, make sure the lamps are turned off. Room lamps E00712100686 Front 1- (DOOR) The lamp illuminates when a door or the tailgate is opened, and 1- Luggage room lamp...
  • Page 397 ● The time until the lamp goes out can be adjusted. For 1- (ON) details, please consult a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Author- The lamp illuminates regardless of whether the doors and tailgate ised Service Point. For vehicles equipped with the HDD are open or closed.
  • Page 398 ● The time until the lamp goes out can be adjusted. For details, please consult a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Author- ised Service Point. For vehicles equipped with the HDD navigation...
  • Page 399: Map Lamps

    For pleasant driving Map lamps Lamps (room lamps, etc.) auto-cutout function E00712500198 E00712900424 Push the lens (A) to turn on the lamp. Push it again to turn it If any of the interior lamps are left switched on with the igni- off.
  • Page 400: Storage Spaces

    For pleasant driving Storage spaces E00713100726 CAUTION ● Never leave lighters, canned carbonated beverage, and spectacles in the cabin when parking the vehicle in hot sunshine. The cabin will become extremely hot, so lighters and other flammable items may catch fire and unopened drink cans (including soft drink or beer cans) may rupture.
  • Page 401 For pleasant driving Upper glove box (with warming and cooling To use the warming and cooling function function) 1. Turn the dial in the upper glove box to the “ ” position. Turn the dial to the “ ” position when not using the E00726100010 Press the button (A) and lift the lid to open.
  • Page 402 For pleasant driving 2. Turn the air conditioning temperature control dial (A) to CAUTION the desired temperature. 3. Turn the air conditioning blower speed selection dial (B) ● When the vehicle is subjected to strong direct sun- to the desired air flow. light, the temperature inside the vehicle becomes very high, so do not leave canned carbonated bever- age or drink bottles in the vehicle.
  • Page 403 For pleasant driving Lower glove box Pen holder There is a pen holder inside the lower glove box. E00726200011 The lower glove box can be locked and unlocked using the key. NOTE ● There is a limit to the size of pens that can be stored in the 1.
  • Page 404: Floor Console Box

    For pleasant driving Floor console box Card holder There is a card holder inside the lower glove box. E00723300330 Upper and lower boxes are located inside the floor console box. The floor console box can also be used as an arm rest. NOTE ●...
  • Page 405 For pleasant driving Upper box Lower box To open the upper box, lift the right release lever (A) and raise To open the lower box, lift the left release lever (B) and raise the lid. the lid. 5-124...
  • Page 406 For pleasant driving Upper instrument panel box Personal box E00726300012 E00718000313 Press the centre front of the lid until it clicks, and then open. Pull the lid to open. To close, push until the lid clicks into place. 5-125...
  • Page 407 For pleasant driving Sunglasses holder* Quarter trim box* E00718600159 E00730800018 Push the lid to open. The box for storing articles is located inside the luggage com- To close, push until it locks. partment. 1- To close CAUTION 2- To open ●...
  • Page 408: Cup Holder

    For pleasant driving Luggage floor box* Cup holder E00718700293 E00714500381 The box for storing articles is located inside the luggage com- CAUTION partment. To use the box, raise the luggage floor board. ● Do not drink beverages while driving. This is dis- tracting and could cause an accident.
  • Page 409 For pleasant driving For the front seat For the second seat The cup holder is located in front of the floor console box. E00716900305 1. Allow the armrest to drop down. 5-128...
  • Page 410: Bottle Holder

    For pleasant driving Bottle holder 2. Open the lid (A) while holding the side face of the lid with your hand. E00718200083 CAUTION ● Do not drink beverages while driving. This is dis- tracting and could cause an accident. ● Drinks could be spilled by the vibration and jolts while driving.
  • Page 411 For pleasant driving For the front seat For the second seat There are bottle holders located on both sides. There are bottle holders located on both sides. 5-130...
  • Page 412: Cargo Area Cover

    For pleasant driving Cargo area cover To change There are 2 installation holes (B) for the cargo area cover. E00715500261 To use 1. Draw out the cover retracted by spring and insert it in the mounting grooves (A). 2. Remove the cover from the mounting grooves, and the cover will be rolled back into the retracted position.
  • Page 413 For pleasant driving To remove 1. Move one of the sliders (C) toward the inside of the vehi- cle, and fit the tab (D) into the installation hole that is to 1. Wind up the cargo area cover. be used. Move the opposite slider in the same fashion. 2.
  • Page 414: Luggage Hooks

    For pleasant driving Luggage hooks E00715700292 There are 4 hooks located on the floor and side walls of the luggage area. Use the hooks on the floor for securing the luggage. CAUTION ● Do not pile up the luggage beyond the seatback height.
  • Page 416: For Emergencies

    For emergencies If the vehicle breaks down ....6- Emergency starting ......6- Engine overheating .
  • Page 417: If The Vehicle Breaks Down

    For emergencies If the vehicle breaks down Emergency starting E00800100563 E00800500932 If the vehicle breaks down on the road, move it to the shoulder If the engine cannot be started because the battery is weak or and use the hazard warning flashers. dead, the battery from another vehicle can be used with jumper Refer to “Hazard warning flasher switch”...
  • Page 418 For emergencies 1. Get the vehicles close enough so the jumper cables can 4. Make sure battery electrolyte is at the proper level. reach, but be sure the vehicles aren’t touching each other. Refer to “Battery” on page 8-10. CAUTION WARNING ●...
  • Page 419 For emergencies 6. Connect one end of one jumper cable to the positive (+) WARNING terminal of the discharged battery (C), and the other end to ● When connecting the jumper cables, do not allow the positive (+) terminal of the booster battery (D). the positive (+) cable and negative (-) terminal to make contact.
  • Page 420 For emergencies 8. Start the engine in the vehicle which has the booster bat- NOTE tery, let the engine idle a few minutes, then start the ● If the vehicle is put in motion without fully charging the engine in the vehicle with the discharged battery. battery, it might cause the loss of the smooth engine oper- ation and the anti-lock brake warning lamp to illuminate.
  • Page 421: Engine Overheating

    For emergencies Engine overheating WARNING E00800601161 ● Do not open the bonnet while steam is coming from When the engine has overheated, the information screen in the the engine compartment. It could cause steam or hot multi-information display will be interrupted and the engine water to spurt out, causing burns.
  • Page 422 For emergencies 3. Confirm that the cooling fan is turning. If the fan is not 4. When the bar graph in the engine coolant temperature turning, stop the engine immediately and have it checked. warning display in the multi-information display drops, stop the engine.
  • Page 423 For emergencies 5. Check the coolant level in the reserve tank (A). 6. Fill the reserve tank with coolant as needed (refer to the “Maintenance”). CAUTION ● Add the coolant a little at a time while running the engine, to prevent engine damage. FULL 7.
  • Page 424: Tools And Jack

    For emergencies Tools and jack Tools E00800900633 Storage The tools and jack are stowed on the right side of the luggage area. The storage location of the tools and jack should be remem- bered in case of an emergency. 1- Tool case 2- Wheel nut wrench 3- Jack bar 4- Towing hook...
  • Page 425 For emergencies Jack 2. Remove the fastening band (C) and remove the tools. To remove 1. Turn the knob (A) anticlockwise and remove the lid (B). 6-10...
  • Page 426 For emergencies 3. Retract the jack and remove it from its installation fitting To store (D). 1. Retract the jack, then return it to its original position. 2. Extend the jack and firmly secure it. To retract To retract To extend 3.
  • Page 427: How To Change A Tyre

    For emergencies How to change a tyre 5. To prevent the vehicle from rolling when it is raised on the jack, place chocks or blocks (A) in front of and behind the E00801201409 tyre that is diagonally opposite from the tyre (B) you are Before changing a tyre, first stop your vehicle in a safe, flat changing.
  • Page 428 For emergencies Spare wheel information WARNING E00803600019 Check the air pressure of the spare tyre frequently and make ● Be sure to apply chocks to the correct tyre when sure it is ready for emergency use at any time. jacking up the vehicle. If the vehicle moves while jacked up, the jack could slip out of position, leading Maintaining the spare wheel at the highest specified air pres- to an accident.
  • Page 429 For emergencies Compact spare wheel* CAUTION The compact spare wheel is stored under the floor of the lug- ● Do not use tyre chain with your compact spare gage area. It is designed to save space in the luggage area and wheel.
  • Page 430 For emergencies To remove the spare wheel CAUTION E00803500018 ● Upon installation of the compact spare wheel, the On vehicles with a compact spare wheel ground clearance is reduced as the tyre is smaller in 1. Open the tailgate and remove the tyre hanger installation diameter than the standard tyre.
  • Page 431 For emergencies 2. Loosen the tyre hanger installation bolt by turning it anti- 4. Lift up the tyre hanger (B) at the section indicated by the clockwise with the wheel nut wrench. arrow in the diagram, remove it from the hook (C), lower it, and then take the tyre off the tyre hanger.
  • Page 432 For emergencies On vehicles with a standard spare wheel NOTE ● Put the spare wheel under the vehicle body near the jack. 1. Open the tailgate and remove the cover (A) with the jack This makes it safer if the jack slips out of position. bar.
  • Page 433 For emergencies 2. Insert the wheel nut wrench in the hole and lower the 4. Remove the chain from the spare wheel cover. standard spare wheel by turning it anticlockwise. 3. Raise the lower gate until it locks properly in position with a click.
  • Page 434 ● Storing the tyre with the wheel surface facing down may damage the wheel or tyre hanger. If you find any damage on a spare tyre, do not use the tyre and contact a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Serv- ice Point. 6-19...
  • Page 435 For emergencies 2. Lift up the tyre hanger (A) and hang it on the hook (B). 3. Open the lower gate. Refer to “Tailgate: To open” on page 1-43. 4. Tighten the tyre hanger installation bolt securely by turn- ing it clockwise with the wheel nut wrench. CAUTION ●...
  • Page 436 For emergencies On vehicles with a standard spare wheel 2. Install the chain on the spare wheel cover. 1. Put the tyre on the spare wheel cover with the wheel sur- face facing downwards. 3. Open the lower gate. Refer to “Tailgate: To open” on page 1-43. 6-21...
  • Page 437 For emergencies 4. Turn the wheel nut wrench until the tyre is secure and the 5. Install the cover (A). chain is tight. Do not over tighten. To store the tools and jack CAUTION E00803800011 Reverse the removing procedure when storing the jack, bar and wheel nut wrench.
  • Page 438: Wheel Covers

    Wrap the tip of the jack bar with a cloth, insert it deeply into MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Servise Point. the notch provided in the wheel cover, and pry the cover away from the wheel.
  • Page 439 For emergencies 2. Align the tyre valve stem (C) with the cut out area (D) in 3. Push the underside (F) of the wheel cover into the wheel. the wheel cover. 4. Gently push both sides (G) of the wheel cover and hold it in place with both knees.
  • Page 440 For emergencies To change a tyre 2. Place the jack under one of the jacking points (A) shown in the illustration. Use the jacking point closest to the tyre E00803200028 1. If a wheel cover is installed, first remove the cover (refer you wish to change.
  • Page 441 For emergencies 3. Rotate the jack by hand until the flange portion (B) fits in 4. Insert the jack bar (D) into the wheel nut wrench (E). the groove (C) at the top of the jack. Then put the end of the jack bar into the shaft’s jack end, as shown in the illustration.
  • Page 442 For emergencies 6. Clean out any mud, etc. on the hub surface (F), hub bolts WARNING (G) or in the installation holes (H) in the wheel, and then ● No one should be in your vehicle when using the mount the spare tyre. jack.
  • Page 443 For emergencies 7. Turn the wheel nuts clockwise by hand to initially tighten WARNING them. ● Be sure to position the tyres the correct way when [On vehicles with steel wheels] putting them on the vehicle. The valves should be on •...
  • Page 444 For emergencies [On vehicles with aluminium wheels] • Compact spare wheel • Normal wheel For compact spare wheels, initially tighten the wheel For the normal tyres, initially tighten the wheel nuts nuts until the tapered area (A) of the nuts lightly touches until the wheel nut flange area (C) touches the wheel the wheel hole seat area (B) enough to keep the tyre enough to keep the tyre from wobbling.
  • Page 445 For emergencies 8. Lower the vehicle slowly by rotating the wheel nut 9. Tighten the nuts in the order shown in the illustration until wrench anticlockwise until the tyre touches the ground. each nut has been tightened to the torque listed here. Tightening torque 88 ~ 108 N•m (Achieved by applying force of 350 to 420N at end of wheel nut wrench supplied with vehicle)
  • Page 446 For emergencies 10. If the vehicle has a wheel cover, install it. CAUTION Refer to “Wheel covers” on page 6-23. ● If the steering wheel vibrates when driving after 11. Lower and remove the jack, then store the jack, flat tyre, changing the tyre, we recommend you to have the and chocks.
  • Page 447: Towing

    If your vehicle needs to be towed If you need to tow your vehicle, we recommend that you con- tact a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point or tow truck company. In the following cases, transport the vehicle using a tow truck.
  • Page 448: Emergency Towing

    For emergencies Towing the vehicle by a tow truck If your vehicle is to be towed by another vehicle 1. The front towing hook (A) is located as shown in illustra- CAUTION tion. Secure the tow rope to the front towing hook. ●...
  • Page 449 For emergencies ● Using a wire rope or metal chain can result in damage to 2. Keep the engine running. the vehicle body. It is best to use a non-metallic rope. If If the engine is not running, turn the ignition key to the you use a wire rope or metal chain, wrap it with cloth at “ACC”...
  • Page 450 For emergencies If your vehicle tows another vehicle WARNING 1. Take out the towing hook, wheel nut wrench and jack bar. ● Avoid sudden braking, acceleration and steering Refer to “Tools and jack” on page 6-9. wheel movements; such driving operation could 2.
  • Page 451 For emergencies 3. Use the wheel nut wrench (D) to firmly attach the towing NOTE hook. ● Do not tow a vehicle heavier than your own vehicle. 4. Always attach the towing rope to the towing hook. Other- wise, the instructions are the same as for “When being towed by another vehicle”.
  • Page 452: Operation Under Adverse Driving Conditions

    For emergencies Operation under adverse driving conditions On a snow-covered or frozen road ● The use of snow tyres or tyre chains is recommended for E00801701172 driving on snow and ice. On a flooded road Refer to “Snow tyres” and “Tyre chains”. ●...
  • Page 454: Vehicle Care

    Vehicle care Vehicle care precautions ....7- Cleaning the interior of your vehicle ...7- Cleaning the exterior of your vehicle.
  • Page 455: Maintenance

    Vehicle care Vehicle care precautions Cleaning the interior of your vehicle E00900100362 E00900200116 In order to maintain the value of your vehicle, it is necessary to After cleaning the interior of your vehicle with water, cleaner perform regular maintenance using the proper procedures. or similar, wipe and dry in a shady, well-ventilated area.
  • Page 456 Vehicle care Upholstery ● Dirty genuine leather seat may mildew. Be very careful about oil stains and remove them quickly. E00900500076 1. To maintain the value of your new vehicle, handle the ● The genuine leather surface may harden and shrink if it is upholstery carefully and keep the interior clean.
  • Page 457: Cleaning The Exterior Of Your Vehicle

    Vehicle care Cleaning the exterior of your vehicle CAUTION E00900700108 ● Refrain from excessively using a car wash as its If the following is left on your vehicle, it may cause corrosion, brushes may scratch the paint surface, causing it to discolouration and stains, wash the vehicle as soon as possible.
  • Page 458 Vehicle care Waxing CAUTION E00901000469 ● Using an automatic car wash, pay attention to the Waxing the vehicle will help prevent the adherence of dust and following items, refering to the operation manual or road chemicals to the paintwork. Apply a wax solution after consulting a car wash operator.
  • Page 459: Chrome Parts

    CAUTION E00901200054 Small cracks and scratches in the paint coat should be touched up as soon as possible with MITSUBISHI touch-up paint to ● Do not use a scrubbing brush or other hard tools as prevent corrosion. they may damage the plastic part surface.
  • Page 460: Wiper Blades

    Vehicle care Aluminium wheels* Window glass E00901500347 E00901600117 1. Remove dirt using a sponge while sprinkling water on the The window glass can normally be cleaned using only a vehicle. sponge and water. 2. Use neutral detergent on any dirt that cannot be removed Glass cleaner can be used to remove oil, grease, insect car- easily with water.
  • Page 461: Engine Compartment

    Vehicle care Chassis and underbody protection Engine compartment E00902000509 E00902100308 Your vehicle’s underbody has been treated at the factory in Clean the engine compartment at the beginning and end of order to protect it from rust and corrosion. Some areas have winter.
  • Page 462 Maintenance Service precautions ......8- Bonnet ........8- Engine oil .
  • Page 463: Service Precautions

    Always use automotive jack We recommend you to have the periodic inspection and main- stands. tenance performed by a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised ● Improper handling of components and materials Service Point or another specialist. used in the vehicle can endanger your personal In the event a malfunction or a problem is discovered, we rec- safety.
  • Page 464: Bonnet

    Maintenance Bonnet E01000300652 To open 1. Pull the release lever toward you to unlock the bonnet.
  • Page 465 Maintenance 2. Raise the bonnet while pressing the safety lock. 3. Support the bonnet by inserting the support bar in its slot. NOTE ● Only open the bonnet when the wipers are in the parked position. In any other position, the wipers could damage the paint or bonnet.
  • Page 466: Engine Oil

    Maintenance To close Engine oil 1. Unlatch the support bar and clip it in its holder. E01000400738 2. Slowly lower the bonnet to a position 30 cm above the To check and refill engine oil closed position, then let it drop. 3.
  • Page 467 Maintenance Recommended engine oil viscosity 6. Remove the dipstick and read the oil level, which should always be within the range indicated Use engine oil conforming to the following classification: 7. If the oil level is below the specified limit, remove the cap •...
  • Page 468: Engine Coolant

    Maintenance Engine coolant To add coolant The cooling system is a closed system and normally the loss of E01000500638 coolant should be very slight. A noticeable drop in the coolant To check the coolant level level could indicate leakage. If this occurs, we recommend you A transparent coolant reserve tank (A) is located in the engine to have the system checked as soon as possible.
  • Page 469: Washer Fluid

    Maintenance Washer fluid Brake fluid/Clutch fluid E01000700395 E01000800338 Open the washer fluid reservoir cap and check the level of The brake fluid and the clutch fluid share reservoir tank. washer fluid with the dipstick. To check the fluid level If the level is low, replenish the container with washer fluid. EMPTY FULL The fluid level must be between the “MAX”...
  • Page 470: Power Steering Fluid

    Maintenance Power steering fluid If the fluid level falls markedly in a short length of time, it indi- cates leaks from the brake system. E01001100237 If this occurs, we recommend you to have the vehicle checked. Recommended fluid Use brake fluid conforming to DOT3 or DOT4. The brake fluid is hygroscopic.
  • Page 471: Battery

    Maintenance Battery Checking battery electrolyte level E01001200892 The condition of the battery is very important for quick starting and to keep the vehicle’s electrical system working properly. Regular inspection and care are especially important in cold weather. NOTE ● Memory data for settings made by the user may be erased when the battery is replaced.
  • Page 472: During Cold Weather

    Maintenance During cold weather The capacity of the battery is reduced at low temperatures. This is an inevitable result of its chemical and physical properties. This is why a very cold battery, particularly one that is not fully charged will only deliver a fraction of the starter current which is normally available.
  • Page 473 Maintenance ● When the vehicle is to be left unused for a long period of CAUTION time, remove the battery and store it in a place where the ● Keep it out of reach of children. battery fluid will not freeze. The battery should be stored ●...
  • Page 474: Tyres

    Maintenance Tyres E01001300138 WARNING ● Driving with tyres that are worn or improperly inflated can result in a collision and serious or fatal injury. Tyre inflation pressures E01001400966 Up to 5 passengers Up to max. load At trailer towing Item Tyre size Front Rear...
  • Page 475 Maintenance Wheel condition When replacement of any of the tyres is necessary, replace all of them. E01001800465 CAUTION ● Always use tyres of the same size, same type, and same brand, and which have no wear differences. Using tyres of defferent size, type, brands or degree of wear, will increase the differential oil tempera- ture, resulting in possible damage to the driving sys- tem.
  • Page 476: Tyre Rotation

    Maintenance Tyre rotation Spare tyre used E01001900639 Tyre wear varies with vehicle conditions, road surface condi- tions and individual driver’s driving habits. To equalise the wear and help extend tyre life, it is recommended to rotate the Front tyres immediately after discovery of abnormal wear, or when- ever the wear difference between the front and rear tyres is rec- ognisable.
  • Page 477 Maintenance CAUTION CAUTION ● A compact spare tyre can be fitted temporarily in ● If the tyres have arrows (A) indicating the correct place of a tyre that has been removed during the direction of rotation, swap the front and rear tyres tyre rotation.
  • Page 478: Specifications

    Snow tyres which do not meet specifications must not be used. chain could result in damage to the vehicle body. Contact a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point CAUTION before putting on tyre chains. The max chain height is as fol- lows.
  • Page 479: Parking Brake Break-In

    This procedure is described in the vehicle service manual and ● Do not install a tyre chain on an emergency wheel can be carried out by a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised which is compact in size. If one of the front wheels Service Point.
  • Page 480: Wiper Blade Rubber Replacement

    Maintenance Wiper blade rubber replacement 3. Attach the retainers (C) to a new wiper blade. Refer to the illustration to ensure that the retainers are cor- E01002600327 rectly aligned as you attach them. Windscreen wiper blades 1. Lift the wiper arm off the windscreen. 2.
  • Page 481 Maintenance Rear window wiper blades 5. Push the wiper blade until the hook (B) engages securely with the stopper (A). 1. Lift the wiper arm off the window glass. 2. Pull the wiper blade downward to disengage it from the stopper (A) at the end of the wiper arm.
  • Page 482: General Maintenance

    WARNING ● If you see a suspicious fuel leak or if you smell fuel, do not operate the vehicle; call your MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point for assistance. Exterior and interior lamp operation Operate the combination lamp switch to check that all lamps are functioning properly.
  • Page 483: For Cold And Snow Weather

    Maintenance Meter, gauge and indicator/warning lamps For cold and snow weather operation E01002800084 Start the engine and check the operation of all instruments, Ventilation slots gauges and indicator and warning lamps. The ventilation slots in front of the windscreen should be If there is anything wrong, we recommend you to have your brushed clear after heavy snowfall so that the operation of the vehicle inspected.
  • Page 484 Maintenance Fusible links Fuses E01002900287 E01003001556 The fusible links will melt to prevent a fire if a large current Fuse block location attempts to flow through certain electrical systems. To prevent damage to the electrical system due to short- In case of a melted fuse link, we recommend you to have your circuiting or overloading, each individual circuit is provided vehicle inspected.
  • Page 485 Maintenance 1. Open the personal box and pull to remove it. 2. To put back the personal box, line up the personal box hook (C) with the clamp (D) on the instrument panel and push the box back in. 8-24...
  • Page 486 Maintenance Passenger compartment (RHD vehicles) Main fuse block 1. Open the lower glove box. The fuse block in the passenger compartment is located behind the lower glove box at the position shown in the illustration. A- Main fuse block B- Sub fuse block 8-25...
  • Page 487 Maintenance 2. Move the rod (A) on the left side of the lower glove box to 3. While pressing the side of the lower glove box, unhook the left side of the box. the left and right hooks (B) and lower the lower glove box.
  • Page 488 Maintenance 4. Remove the lower glove box fastener, and then remove Sub fuse block the lower glove box. 1. Remove the cover from the bottom of the glove box. 8-27...
  • Page 489 Maintenance Fuse load capacity Engine compartment In the engine compartment, the fuse block is located as shown The fuse capacity and the names of electrical systems protected in the illustration. by the fuses are indicated on the inside of the personal box (LHD vehicles), the inside of the lower glove box (RHD vehi- cles) and inside of the fuse block cover (inside of the engine compartment).
  • Page 490 Maintenance Passenger compartment fuse location (LHD) Passenger compartment fuse location (RHD) Main fuse block Main fuse block Sub fuse block Sub fuse block 8-29...
  • Page 491: Fusible Links

    Maintenance Symbol Electrical system Capacities Symbol Electrical system Capacities Reversing lamps Heater 30 A* 7.5 A (Backup lamps) Stop lamps 15 A Accessory socket 15 A (Brake lamps) Electric window control 30 A* Rear fog lamp 10 A Rear window demister 30 A* Windscreen wipers 30 A...
  • Page 492 Maintenance Engine compartment fuse location table Symbol Electrical system Capacities Engine compartment fuse location Front fog lamps 15 A Engine 7.5 A Automatic transmission 20 A Horn 10 A Alternator 7.5 A Headlamp washer 20 A Air conditioning 10 A 15 A Security horn 20 A...
  • Page 493: Fuses

    Maintenance ● Some fuses may not be installed on your vehicle, depend- Symbol Electrical system Capacities ing on the vehicle model or specifications. Headlamp low ● The table above shows the main equipment corresponding Halogen 10 A beam (right) to each fuse. ENG/POWER 10 A The fuse box does not contain spare 7.5 A, 25 A or 30 A fuses.
  • Page 494 Maintenance Fuse replacement Identification of fuse 1. Before replacing a fuse, always turn off the electrical cir- 7.5 A Brown cuit concerned and place the ignition switch in the “LOCK” position. 10 A 2. Remove the fuse puller (A) from the inside of the fuse box 15 A Blue in the engine compartment.
  • Page 495 Maintenance 3. Referring to the fuse load capacity table, check the fuse 4. Use the fuse puller to insert a new fuse with the same pertaining to the problem. capacity. Make sure you insert the fuse into the same loca- tion in the fuse block.
  • Page 496: Replacement Of Lamp Bulbs

    Maintenance Replacement of lamp bulbs Bulb capacity E01003200157 E01003100488 When replacing a bulb, use a new bulb with the same wattage Before replacing a bulb, ensure the lamp is off. Do not touch and colour. the glass part of the new bulb with your bare fingers; the skin oil left on the glass will evaporate when the bulb gets hot and Outside the vapour will condense on the reflector and dim the surface.
  • Page 497 Maintenance NOTE ● An LED, not a bulb, is used in the stop lamp/tail lamp and high mounted stop lamp. Contact a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point when there is a need for repair or replacement. ● For the side turn-signal lamp, it is not possible to repair or replace just the bulb.
  • Page 498 6- Lower glove box lamp: 1.4 W NOTE ● An LED, not a bulb, is used in the centre console down light. Contact a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point when there is a need for repair or replace- ment. 8-37...
  • Page 499 Maintenance 2. Turn the bulb (B) anticlockwise and remove it. CAUTION ● Handle halogen lamp bulb with care. The gas inside halogen lamp bulb is highly pressurized, so drop- ping, knocking, or scratching a halogen lamp bulb can cause it to shatter. ●...
  • Page 500 Maintenance Replacement of low beam (discharge lamp type) 2. While holding down the tab (B), pull out the socket (C). WARNING ● Always consult a specialist when replacing the bulbs of discharge headlamps. This is because the power circuit, bulbs and elec- trodes generate a high voltage that could cause an electric shock.
  • Page 501: Position Lamps

    Maintenance Position lamps CAUTION E01003700338 1. When replacing the bulb on the right side of the vehicle, ● Handle halogen lamp bulb with care. The gas inside remove the bolt (A) fastening the washer fluid reservoir halogen lamp bulb is highly pressurized, so drop- spout and move the spout in the rear direction.
  • Page 502 Maintenance 2. To ensure that you have enough space to work, pull out 3. Turn the position lamp socket (E) anticlockwise and the socket (B) while pushing down on the tab (C) on the remove it. headlamp (high beam) (D). 8-41...
  • Page 503: Front Turn-Signal Lamps

    Maintenance Front turn-signal lamps 4. Remove the bulb from the socket. E01003800296 1. Turn the socket (A) anticlockwise and remove it. NOTE ● Securely install the headlamp (high beam) socket after replacing the bulb. 8-42...
  • Page 504: Front Fog Lamps

    2. Remove the bulb from the socket. E01003900213 For the side turn-signal lamp, it is not possible to repair or replace just the bulb. Contact a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point when there is a need for repair or replacement. Front fog lamps* E01004000615 1.
  • Page 505 Maintenance 2. Remove the five bolts (B) for the front bumper under 3. Insert a minus screwdriver or other object into the clip cover. groove to wedge out the six clips (C) toward the vehicle body, then remove the front bumper under cover. 8-44...
  • Page 506 Maintenance 4. Remove the cover below the fog lamp that you will 5. In order to secure space to work, remove the bolt (E) and replace. tilt the front fog lamp unit in the direction of the arrow. Insert a minus screwdriver into the clip groove on the cover to wedge out the clips (D) toward the vehicle body, then remove the cover.
  • Page 507 Maintenance 6. While holding down the tab (F), pull out the socket (G). CAUTION ● Handle halogen lamp bulb with care. The gas inside halogen lamp bulb is highly pressurized, so drop- ping, knocking, or scratching a halogen lamp bulb can cause it to shatter.
  • Page 508 Maintenance Rear fog lamp (driver’s side) 3. Remove the lamp mounting screws (B) and remove the lamp unit. E01004100111 1. Open the lower gate and pull back the cover between the passenger compartment and the lower gate. 2. Remove the cover after you remove each of the 4 clips (A) by inserting a screw driver into the clip groove and lever- ing it toward the vehicle body.
  • Page 509 Maintenance 4. Remove the socket and bulb assembly (C) together by NOTE turning it anticlockwise, and then remove the bulb by ● When mounting the lamp unit, align the pins (D) on the pulling it out. lamp unit with the hole in the body. 8-48...
  • Page 510: Rear Combination Lamps

    Maintenance Rear combination lamps 2. Turn the socket anticlockwise and remove it. E01004200431 1. Remove the screws (A), and then remove the lamp unit. B- Stop lamps/tail lamps (LED) - Cannot be replaced. C- Rear turn-signal lamps 8-49...
  • Page 511 NOTE ● An LED, not a bulb, is used in the stop lamp/tail lamp. Contact a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point when there is a need for repair or replacement. ● When installing the lamp unit, align the lamp unit pins (D) with the holes on the vehicle body and install.
  • Page 512: Reversing Lamps

    Maintenance Reversing lamps 3. Turn the socket (A) anticlockwise and remove it. E01004400039 1. Open the tailgate. 2. Insert a minus screwdriver with the end covered with a cloth or other object into the cut out area of the cover to wedge out the cover.
  • Page 513: Licence Plate Lamps

    NOTE ● An LED, not a bulb, is used in the high mounted stop lamp. Contact a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point when there is a need for repair or replacement. Licence plate lamps E01004600321 1. Remove while pressing the lamp unit (A) to the left side of the vehicle.
  • Page 514 Maintenance 3. Remove the bulb from the socket. NOTE ● When installing the lamp unit, first insert the end of tab (C) and then align tab (D). 8-53...
  • Page 515 Maintenance Map & room lamps (front) 2. While holding down the tab (A), pull out the bulb. E01005000029 1. Insert a minus screwdriver with the end covered with a cloth or other object to prise out the lens. NOTE ● When replacing the bulb, put the map room lamp (front) switch in the OFF position.
  • Page 516 Maintenance ● When installing the lens, align the hooks (B) to the holes Room lamp (rear) / luggage room lamp in the vehicle body. E01005300136 1. Insert a minus screwdriver with the end covered with a cloth or other object into the cut out area of the lens to wedge out the lens.
  • Page 517 Maintenance 2. While holding down the tab (A), pull out the bulb. NOTE ● When replacing the bulb, put the room lamp (rear) / lug- gage area lamp switch in the “OFF” position. ● When installing the lens, align the hooks (B) to the holes in the vehicle body.
  • Page 518: Glove Box Lamp

    Maintenance Glove box lamp 2. Remove the bulb. E01006100072 1. Turn the socket (A) anticlockwise and remove it. 8-57...
  • Page 519 Centre console down light E01008700014 NOTE ● An LED, not a bulb, is used in the centre console down light. Contact a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point when there is a need for repair or replace- ment. 8-58...
  • Page 520 Specifications Vehicle labeling ......9- Vehicle dimensions ......9- Vehicle performance .
  • Page 521: Vehicle Labeling

    Specifications Vehicle labeling 2-Vehicle information code plate The vehicle information code plate is riveted as shown in the E01100100996 illustration. The plate shows model code, engine model, transmission model and body colour code, etc. Please use this number when ordering replacement parts. 1-Vehicle identification number The vehicle identification number is stamped on the bulkhead as shown in the illustration.
  • Page 522: Engine Number

    Specifications Vehicle identification number plate (RHD Engine number vehicles only) The engine number is stamped on the engine cylinder block as shown in the illustration. This is stamped on the number plate riveted to the left front corner of the instrument panel pad. It is visible from outside of the vehicle through the windscreen.
  • Page 523: Vehicle Dimensions

    Specifications Vehicle dimensions E01100200900 Front track 1,540 mm Overall width 1,800 mm Front overhang 965 mm Wheel base 2,670 mm Rear overhang 1,005 mm Overall length 4,640 mm Ground clearance (unladen) 178 mm Without roof rails 1,680 mm Overall height (unladen) With roof rails 1,720 mm...
  • Page 524: Vehicle Performance

    Specifications Vehicle performance E01100300783 Maximum speed 187 km/h (115 mph) Body 5.65 m Maximum turning radius Wheel 5.3 m...
  • Page 525: Vehicle Weight

    Specifications Vehicle weight E01100402007 5 persons 7 persons 5 persons 7 persons Item INTENSE+ INVITE INVITE INTENSE INSTYLE Without optional parts 1,655 kg 1,690 kg 1,655 kg 1,690 kg Kerb weight With full optional parts 1,739 kg 1,764 kg 1,745 kg 1,770 kg Maximum gross vehicle weight 2,360 kg, 2,460 kg*...
  • Page 526: Engine Specifications

    Specifications Engine specifications E01100600890 Engine model No. of cylinders 4 in line Total displacement 1,968 cc Bore 81.0 mm Stroke 95.5 mm Camshaft Double overhead Mixture preparation Direct injection Maximum output (EEC net) 103 kW/4,000 rpm • m/1,750 rpm Maximum torque (EEC net) 310 N...
  • Page 527: Electrical System

    Specifications Electrical system E01100800876 Voltage 12 V Type (JIS) 95D31L (622CCA/159RC) Battery Capacity (5HR) 64 Ah Alternator capacity 140 A...
  • Page 528: Tyres And Wheels

    Specifications Tyres and wheels E01100900965 Item INVITE INTENSE, INTENSE+, INSTYLE Tyre 215/70R16 100H 225/55R18 98V* 215/70R16 100H 225/55R18 98V* 16x6 1/2 JJ (Steel) Size 18x7 JJ (Aluminium)* 16x6 1/2 JJ (Aluminium) 18x7 JJ (Aluminium)* 16x6 1/2 JJ (Aluminium)* Wheel Offset 38 mm *Optional equipment...
  • Page 529: Fuel Consumption

    Specifications Fuel consumption E01101100254 Combined Urban conditions Extra-urban conditions Item Fuel consumption Fuel consumption Fuel consumption (g/km) (L/100km) (L/100km) (L/100km) Standard INVITE 5 persons INTENSE Full option INTENSE+ 7 persons INSTYLE NOTE ● The results given do not express or imply any guarantee of the fuel consumption of the particular vehicle. The vehicle itself has not been tested and there are inevitably differences between individual vehicles of the same model.
  • Page 530: Refill Capacities

    As required Brake fluid DOT 3 or DOT 4 Clutch fluid Washer fluid 4.5 litres — Genuine MITSUBISHI Power Steering Fluid or ATF DEXRON Power steering fluid As required III /DEXRON II 8 litres Engine coolant [Includes 0.7 litre in the...
  • Page 531 Specifications Item Quantity Recommended lubricants DIA QUEEN NEW MULTI GEAR OIL API classification GL-3 Manual transmission oil 2.0 litres SAE 75W-80 Transfer oil 0.54 litre Hypoid gear oil API classification GL-5 SAE 90 Rear differential oil 0.5 litre Hypoid gear oil API classification GL-5 SAE 80W Refrigerant (air conditioning) 480 - 520 g HFC-134a...
  • Page 532 Alphabetical index Accessory socket 5-113, 8-30 Capacities 9-11 Accessory (Installation) 5 Card holder 5-112, 5-123 Additional equipment 8-22 Cargo loads 4-53 Air bag 2-53 Cautions on the handling of 4-wheel drive vehicles 4-29 Air conditioning Central door locks 1-38 Automatic air conditioning 5-7 Charge warning lamp 3-53 Important operation tips for the air conditioning 5-15 Chassis number 9-2...
  • Page 533 Alphabetical index Central door locks 1-38 Engine coolant 8-7, 9-11 Child-protection 1-43 Power steering fluid 8-9, 9-11 Lock and unlock 1-35 Washer fluid 8-8, 9-11 Driving, alcohol and drugs 4-3 Fluid capacities and lubricants 9-11 For cold and snow weather 8-22 Front fog lamps Bulb capacity 8-35 Economical driving 4-2...
  • Page 534 Alphabetical index Hazard warning flasher switch 3-64 Keyless entry system 1-6 Hazard warning indicator lamps 3-50 Keys 1-2 Head restraints 2-22 Headlamp levelling switch 3-60 Headlamps Labeling 9-2 Bulb capacity 8-35 Lamp monitor buzzer 3-59 Headlamp flasher 3-60 Leakage (Fuel, engine coolant, oil and exhaust gas) 8-21 Replacement 8-39 Licence plate lamps Switch 3-56...
  • Page 535 Alphabetical index Overheating 6-6 Bulb capacity 8-35 Replacement 8-49 Rear window demister switch 3-70 Rear-view mirror Parking 4-7 Inside 4-8 Parking brake 4-5 Replacement of lamp bulbs 8-35 Personal lamps 5-118 Reversing lamps Bulb capacity 8-37 Bulb capacity 8-35 Position lamps Replacement 8-49 Bulb capacity 8-35 Roof carrier precaution 4-54...
  • Page 536 Alphabetical index Heated seats 2-10 Tools 6-9 Service precaution 8-2 Storage 6-9 Side turn-signal lamps Towing 6-32 Bulb capacity 8-35 Trailer towing 4-55 Replacement 8-43 Transfer oil 9-11 Snow tyres 8-17 Transmission Spare wheel 6-13 Manual transmission 4-19 Spark plug 9-8 Turn-signal indicator lamps 3-50 Specifications 9-2 Turn/Lane-change signals 3-63...
  • Page 537 Alphabetical index Vehicle weight 9-6 Ventilators 5-2 Warning lamps 3-51 Washer Fluid 8-8, 9-11 Switch 3-68 Washing 7-4 Waxing 7-5 Weatherstripping 8-22 Weight 9-6 Wheel Covers 6-23 Specification 9-9 Wiper Rear window 3-68 Wiper blades 8-19 Numerics 4-wheel drive operation 4-24...