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Replacement Of Lamp Bulbs; Bulb Capacity - Mitsubishi Outlander 2007 Owner's Manual

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Replacement of lamp bulbs

Before replacing a bulb, ensure the lamp is off. Do not touch
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
the vapour will condense on the reflector and dim the surface.
CAUTION
!
● Bulbs are extremely hot immediately after being
turned off.
When replacing a bulb, wait for it to cool sufficiently
before touching it. You could otherwise be burnt.
NOTE
● If you are unsure of how to carry out the work as required,
we recommend you to consult a specialist.
● Be careful not to scratch the vehicle body when removing
a lamp or lens.
● When it rains, or when the vehicle has been washed, the
inside of the lens sometimes becomes foggy. This is the
same phenomenon as when window glass mists up on a
humid day, and does not indicate a functional problem.
When the lamp is switched on, the heat will remove the
fog. However, if water gathers inside the lamp, we recom-
mend you to have the lamp checked.

Bulb capacity

E01003100488
When replacing a bulb, use a new bulb with the same wattage
and colour.
Outside
1- Headlamps (high beam): 60 W (HB3)
2- Position lamps: 5 W (W5W)
3- Headlamps (low beam)
< Halogen bulb >: 51 W (HB4)
< Discharge bulb >: 35 W (D2R)
4- Front fog lamps: 55 W (H11)
5- Front turn-signal lamps: 21 W (WY21W)
6- Side turn-signal lamps: 5 W (W5W)
Codes in parentheses indicate bulb types.
Maintenance
E01003200157
E01003301096
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