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Mitsubishi Electric GRANDIS OXPE10E1 Owner's Manual

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  • Page 1 OWNER’ S MANUAL...
  • 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 (Driver’s area) E00100104900 1. Instruments p. 3-02 2. Windscreen wiper and washer switch p. 3-23 Rear window wiper and washer switch p. 3-24 3. Ignition switch p. 4-08 4. Auto-speed control lever* p. 4-25 5. Steering wheel height adjustment p. 4-06 6.
  • Page 4 Overview 1. Instruments p. 3-02 2. Windscreen wiper and washer switch p. 3-23 Rear window wiper and washer switch p. 3-24 3. Ignition switch p. 4-08 4. Auto-speed control lever* p. 4-25 5. Card holder p. 5-42 6. Bonnet release lever p. 8-03 7.
  • Page 5 Overview Instruments and Controls (Instrument panel) E00100104913 1. Instrument panel upper box p. 5-39 2. Multi centre display* p. 3-09 Multi display station* Refer to the separate “Multi display station owner’s manual” 3. Supplemental restraint system - airbag (for front passenger’s seat) p.
  • Page 6 Overview 1. Instrument panel upper box p. 5-39 2. Multi centre display* p. 3-09 Multi display station* Refer to the separate “Multi display station owner’s manual” 3. Front passenger’s airbag OFF indication lamp p. 2-34 4. Front automatic air conditioning p. 5-05 5.
  • Page 7 Overview Interior (Front area) E00100203539 1. Lock switch p. 1-12, 1-13 2. Electric window control switch p. 1-11 3. Room lamp & map lamps p. 5-35, 8-26, 8-30 4. Sunglasses pocket* p. 5-39 5. Inside rear-view mirror p. 4-06 6. Sun visors p. 5-32 7.
  • Page 8 Overview 1. Sunglasses pocket* p. 5-39 2. Room lamp & map lamps p. 5-35, 8-26, 8-30 3. Inside rear-view mirror p. 4-06 4. Lock switch p. 1-12, 1-13 5. Electric window control switch p. 1-11 6. Adjustable seat belt anchor (front seats) p. 2-19 7.
  • Page 9 Overview Interior (Rear area) E00100203542 1. Sunroof switch* p. 1-13 2. Rear heater*/Rear cooler* p. 5-09 Rear automatic air conditioning* p. 5-09 3. Personal table (front seats only)* p. 5-42 4. Second seats p. 2-07 5. Bottle holder (for second seats) p. 5-41 6.
  • Page 10 Overview 1. Assist grip p. 5-44 Coat hooks p. 5-44 2. Cup holder (for second seats) p. 5-40 3. Supplemental restraint system - curtain airbag p. 2-39 4. Bottle holder (for third seats) p. 5-41 5. Third seats p. 2-10 6.
  • Page 11 Overview Luggage area E00100400833 1. Luggage floor box p. 5-39 2. Warning triangle retaining bands p. 5-45 3. Spare wheel p. 6-08 4. Tools and jack p. 6-06 5. Luggage hooks p. 5-45 6. Rear side box p. 5-39...
  • Page 12 Overview Exterior E00100503558 1. Sunroof* p. 1-13 2. Antenna p. 5-31 3. Fuel tank filler p. 03 4. Side turn-signal lamps p. 3-21, 8-25 5. Outside rear-view mirrors p. 4-07 6. Position lamps p. 3-18, 8-25, 8-28 7. Headlamps, low beam p. 3-18, 8-25, 8-26 8.
  • Page 13 Overview 1. High-mounted stop lamp p. 8-25 2. Locking and unlocking p. 1-06 Keyless entry system* p. 1-04 3. Tyre inflation pressures p. 8-12 Changing tyres p. 6-11 Tyre rotation p. 8-13 Tyre chains p. 8-14 Wheel covers* p. 6-13 4.
  • Page 14 General information Fuel selection...................02 Filling the fuel tank................03 Installation of accessories..............04 Modification/alterations to the electrical or fuel systems....05 Genuine parts...................05 Used engine oils safety instructions and disposal infor- mation..................06 Disposal information for used batteries...........06...
  • Page 15: Fuel Selection

    General information Fuel selection NOTE Poor quality petrol can cause problems such as difficult starting, stalling, engine noise Due to the separation of paraffin, the fluidity E00200102343 and hesitation. If you experience these prob- of the fuel decreases considerably as the tem- Petrol-powered vehicles lems, try another brand and/or grade of petrol.
  • Page 16: Filling The Fuel Tank

    General information Filling the fuel tank WARNING E00200202142 Keep the doors and windows closed while refueling the vehicle. If they were open, WARNING fuel vapour could get into the cabin. Petrol is highly flammable and explosive. Fuel tank capacity You could be burned or seriously injured when handling it.
  • Page 17: Installation Of Accessories

    General information Installation of accessories 6. To close, turn the fuel tank filler tube cap CAUTION slowly clockwise until you hear clicking E00200300745 sounds, then gently push the fuel tank filler We recommend you to consult your MITSUBISHI Since the fuel system may be under pres- door closed.
  • Page 18: Modification/Alterations To The Electrical Or Fuel Systems

    General information Modification/alterations to the Genuine parts Even when such parts are officially authorized, for example by a “general operators permit” (an ap- electrical or fuel systems E00200500590 praisal for the part) or through the execution of the MITSUBISHI MOTORS has gone to great lengths E00200400238 part in an officially approved manner of construc- to bring you a superbly crafted automobile offering...
  • Page 19: Used Engine Oils Safety Instructions And Disposal Information

    General information Used engine oils safety Disposal information for used instructions and disposal batteries information E00201300016 E00200600025 Your vehicle contains batteries and/or accumulators. Do not mix with general house- WARNING hold waste. For proper treatment, recovery Prolonged and repeated contact may and recycling of used batteries, cause serious skin disorders, including please take them to applicable col-...
  • Page 20: Locking And Unlocking

    Locking and unlocking Keys....................1-02 Electronic immobilizer (Anti-theft starting system).....1-03 Keyless entry system*..............1-04 Doors....................1-06 Central door locks.................1-07 Child-protection rear doors............1-08 Tailgate..................1-08 Inside tailgate release..............1-10 Electric window control..............1-11 Sunroof*..................1-13...
  • Page 21: Keys

    Locking and unlocking Keys • Do not leave the key where it may be ex- Type 2 posed to high temperature or high humid- E00300102096 ity. The key fits all locks. The engine is designed so that it will not start if the ID code registered in the immobil- Type 1 izer computer and the key’s ID code do not...
  • Page 22: Electronic Immobilizer (Anti-Theft Starting System)

    Locking and unlocking Electronic immobilizer CAUTION (Anti-theft starting system) Don’t make any alterations or additions E00300201553 to the immobilizer system; alterations or The electronic immobilizer is designed to signifi- additions could cause failure of the immo- cantly reduce the possibility of vehicle theft. The bilizer.
  • Page 23: Keyless Entry System

    Locking and unlocking Keyless entry system* NOTE To extend Within 30 seconds of unlocking the doors and tail- The indication lamp (3) comes on each time E00300302115 Press the remote control switch, and all doors and gate using the UNLOCK switch (2), press the UN- a switch is pressed.
  • Page 24 Locking and unlocking If you wish to add a remote control switch, remote control switch case and use it to open 3. Remove the remote control transmitter from recommend contact your the case. the remote control switch case. Then, open MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorized Service the remote control transmitter using the meth- Point.
  • Page 25: Doors

    Locking and unlocking Doors 9. Check the keyless entry system to see that it To lock or unlock from inside the vehi- works. E00300401845 NOTE CAUTION You may purchase a replacement battery at an electric appliance store. Make sure the doors are closed: driving A MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorized Serv- with doors not completely closed is dan- ice Point can replace the battery for you if...
  • Page 26: Central Door Locks

    Locking and unlocking Central door locks To lock without using the key Driver’s door with inside lock knob Set the inside lock knob on the driver’s door to- E00300800897 Front passenger’s door, Rear door wards the front of the vehicle to lock the doors and the tailgate.
  • Page 27: Child-Protection Rear Doors

    Locking and unlocking Child-protection rear doors Tailgate To lock or unlock from outside the ve- hicle (Except for vehicles with keyless E00300900915 E00301400933 entry system) WARNING It is dangerous to drive with the tailgate open, since carbon monoxide (CO) gas can enter the cabin.
  • Page 28 Locking and unlocking To lock or unlock from inside the vehi- To open To close Pull the tailgate handle upward to open the tailgate. Pull the tailgate grip (A) downward as illustrated and release it before the tailgate closes completely. The tailgate can be locked or unlocked by using the Gently shut the tailgate from the outside so that it inside lock knob (driver side), regardless of the po-...
  • Page 29: Inside Tailgate Release

    Locking and unlocking Inside tailgate release • Do not hold the gas struts when closing To open the tailgate. Also, do not push or pull the 1. Open the lid (A) inside of the tailgate. E00303400041 gas struts. The inside tailgate release is designed to provide a •...
  • Page 30: Electric Window Control

    Locking and unlocking Electric window control CAUTION WARNING E00302200042 The electric windows can only be operated with the Before operating the electric window con- Always keep the release lever lid on tail- ignition switch in the “ON” position. gate closed when driving so that your lug- trol, make sure that nothing can get trap- ped (head, hand, finger, etc.).
  • Page 31 Locking and unlocking Press the switch down for opening the window, To unlock, press it once again. NOTE and pull up the switch for closing it. It is possible to prevent the driver’s door switches from being used to open and close the front passenger’s door window and rear Passenger’s switch door windows while the lock switch is press-...
  • Page 32: Sunroof

    Locking and unlocking Sunroof* To tilt down CAUTION Pull the handle, returning it to its original position E00302700496 There are two sunroofs. and securing it in place. The safety mechanism is cancelled just be- fore the window is fully closed. This al- lows the window to close completely.
  • Page 33 Locking and unlocking NOTE Lock switch If the safety mechanism should be activated 5 or more times consecutively, normal closing of the sun- When this switch is operated, the sunroof switch Be sure to tilt down the sunroof before clos- roof will be aborted.
  • Page 34 Locking and unlocking Be careful, not to put any wax on the weath- By the following operation, the sunshade will open CAUTION erstrip (black rubber) around the sunroof together with the sunroof. opening. If stained with wax, the weather- The safety mechanism is cancelled just be- strip cannot maintain a weatherproof seal fore the sunroof is fully closed.
  • Page 36: Seat And Seat Belts

    Seat and seat belts Seat....................2-02 Seat arrangement................2-03 Seat adjustment................2-05 Front seat..................2-05 Second seat...................2-07 Third seat*..................2-10 Head restraints................2-11 Making a luggage area..............2-13 Making a flat seat.................2-14 Seat belts..................2-17 Pregnant women restraint.............2-20 Seat belt pretensioner system and force limiter system....2-20 Child restraint................2-21 Seat belt inspection...............2-29 Supplemental restraint system (SRS) - airbag......2-29...
  • Page 37: Seat

    Seat and seat belts Seat E00400101449 6-person seat 7-person seat 1-Front seat 3-Third seat* To adjust forward or backward ® p. 2-05 To recline the seatback ® p. 2-10 To recline the seatback ® p. 2-06 Folding the seatbacks forward ® p. 2-11 To adjust seat cushion height ®...
  • Page 38: Seat Arrangement

    Seat and seat belts Seat arrangement E00400200645 By operating the seats, select the desired seats arrangement. 6 - person seat 7 - person seat Normal usage With front and second seats ® p. 2-15 Flat seat With second and third seats ® p. 2-16 2-03...
  • Page 39 Seat and seat belts 6 - person seat 7 - person seat Folding up the second seat cushion ® p. 2-09 Folding the third seatbacks forward ® p. 2-11 How to stow large articles Stowing the third seat ® p. 2-13 2-04...
  • Page 40: Seat Adjustment

    Seat and seat belts Seat adjustment Front seat WARNING E00400300402 E00400400012 Adjust the driver’s seat so that you are comfortable To adjust forward or backward To minimize the risk of personal injury and that you can reach the pedals, steering wheel, E00400500491 in the event of a collision or sudden brak- Pull the seat adjusting lever and adjust the seat for-...
  • Page 41 Seat and seat belts To recline the seatback To adjust seat height NOTE E00400600610 E00400700871 Do not stand or sit on the armrest. It could break. In order to recline the seatback, lean forward slight- Adjust the seat cushion height by repeatedly operat- ly, pull the seatback lock lever up, and then lean ing the lever.
  • Page 42: Second Seat

    Seat and seat belts Second seat CAUTION 7-person seat E00402000227 When a person is sitting in the middle seating posi- Operate in the high position for quick heat- tion of the second seat in a cabin with 7-person ing. Once the seat is warm, set the heater seats, adjust the head restraints to heights at which to low to keep it warm.
  • Page 43 Seat and seat belts Armrest NOTE 7-person seat E00402400250 Do not stand or sit on the armrest. It could break. 6 - person seat To get in and out of the third seat To adjust the armrest angle, tip the armrest forward E00402500222 and then raise it to the desired position.
  • Page 44 Seat and seat belts WARNING CAUTION 7-person seat Do not drive the vehicle with the seatback Do not stack luggage above the seatback folded forward. The seat is not retained height. Secure the luggage firmly. with the seatback in this position, so seri- Otherwise, serious accidents could result ous injuries could be suffered in the event due to restricted rear vision or unrestrain-...
  • Page 45: Third Seat

    Seat and seat belts Third seat* After making the adjustment, gently try to move it To adjust the seat cushion angle forward and backward to check that it is securely re- E00410300014 E00402700282 If, while raising the seat cushion, you release the tained.
  • Page 46: Head Restraints

    Seat and seat belts Head restraints To fold CAUTION Pull the belt (A) behind the seatback that you wish E00403301240 to fold, then tilt the seatback forwards until it locks. The reclining mechanism of the seatback is spring loaded, causing it to return to WARNING the vertical position when the lock lever is operated.
  • Page 47 Seat and seat belts To raise the head restraint, move it upward. To low- To install er the restraint, move it downward while pushing Confirm that the head restraint is facing the correct the height adjusting knob (A) in the direction of the direction, and then insert it into the seatback while arrow.
  • Page 48: Making A Luggage Area

    Seat and seat belts Making a luggage area Stowing the third seat 3. Pull the belt (A) on the back of the seat cush- ion until it clicks. E00404100020 E00403400039 The third seat can be stowed under the floor to cre- ate a luggage area.
  • Page 49: Making A Flat Seat

    Seat and seat belts Making a flat seat To return CAUTION 1. Use the handle (B) to lift the entire seat. Slow- E00404300064 ly tip the seat forward, then push it until it By removing the head restraints and fully reclining When stowing the seat, hold it with your locks securely in position.
  • Page 50 Seat and seat belts 2. Slide the second seats to the fully backward 5. Tip the seatbacks of the second seats back- CAUTION position. (Refer to “To adjust forward or back- wards. (Refer to “To recline the seatback” on ward” on page 2-07.) page 2-07.) Do not jump on, or impact the seatbacks heavily.
  • Page 51 Seat and seat belts NOTE to “Head restraints” on page 2-11 and “Arm- 3. Slide the second seats to the fully forward po- rest” on page 2-08.) sition. (Refer to “To adjust forward or back- The removed head restraints (A) can be fitted ward”...
  • Page 52: Seat Belts

    Seat and seat belts Seat belts 5. Tip the seatbacks of the third seats back- NOTE ward. (Refer to “To recline the seatback” on You can store the head restraints (A) re- E00404800593 page 2-10.) To protect you and your passengers in the event of moved from the second seat (except the mid- an accident, it is most important that the seat belts dle seating position) by inserting their rods...
  • Page 53 Seat and seat belts 3-point type seat belt (with emergency WARNING WARNING locking mechanism) No modifications or additions should be Never wear the lap portion of the belt E00404900754 This type of belt requires no length adjustment. made by the user which will either pre- across your abdomen.
  • Page 54 Seat and seat belts Seat belt reminder/warning lamp WARNING WARNING E00409800774 A tone and warning lamp are used to remind the In order to reduce the risk of serious or fa- When adjusting the seat belt anchor, set driver to fasten the seat belt. tal injury in an accident, always wear it at a position that is sufficiently high so your own seat belt.
  • Page 55: Pregnant Women Restraint

    Seat and seat belts Pregnant women restraint Seat belt pretensioner system and After passing the belt through the rear notch (B), in- sert the plate into the front notch (C). force limiter system E00405600123 E00405700052 The driver’s seat and front passenger’s seat each WARNING have a seat belt equipped with a pretensioner system.
  • Page 56: Child Restraint

    Seat and seat belts Child restraint SRS warning lamp WARNING E00405900038 E00406401532 This warning lamp is shared by the SRS airbags When transporting children in your vehicle, some To obtain the best results from your pre- and the pretensioner seat belts. Refer to “SRS warn- type of child restraint system should always be tensioner seat belt, make sure you have ad- ing lamp”...
  • Page 57 Seat and seat belts Caution for installing the child re- WARNING straint on vehicles with a front passen- Front passenger’s airbag ON A FORWARD FACING CHILD RE- ger airbag STRAINT should be used in the rear seat The label shown here is attached on vehicles with a whenever possible;...
  • Page 58 Seat and seat belts Instructions: there is a good fit. Because of the location of WARNING the seat belt buckles and the shape of the seat For small infants, an infant carrier should be cushion, it may be difficult to securely install used.
  • Page 59 Seat and seat belts Suitability for various seating positions E00406800799 6 - person seat Seating position Front passenger Intermediate Outboard Mass group Rear outboard Activated airbag Left side Right side Deactivated airbag* - Up to 10 kg (0-9 months) - Up to 13 kg (0-2 years) U, L* U, L* U, L*...
  • Page 60 Seat and seat belts NOTE The suitability table above applies to retention of child restraints using seat belts. When MITSUBISHI MOTORS genuine part No. MZ313045 is used on the intermediate outboard seat, it can also be retained by means of ISOFIX child restraint mountings.
  • Page 61 Seat and seat belts L (Genuine part information) Genuine parts No. ECE No. MZ312807 E1-04301146 MZ312745 E1-04301136 MZ313045 E1-04301133 MZ312808 E1-04301148 NOTE The suitability table above applies to retention of child restraints using seat belts. When MITSUBISHI MOTORS genuine part No. MZ313045 is used on the intermediate outboard seat, it can also be retained by means of ISOFIX child restraint mountings.
  • Page 62 Seat and seat belts Installing a child restraint system to To install Genuine parts No.: MZ313045 the lower anchorage (ISOFIX child re- ECE No.: E1-04301133 straint mountings) WARNING E00408900042 Your vehicle’s second seat is fitted with lower an- If there is any foreign material in or chorages for attaching a child restraint system with around the connectors, remove it before ISOFIX mountings.
  • Page 63 Seat and seat belts 2. Open the gap a little between the seat cush- 5. Latch the tether strap hook (D) of the child Installing a child restraint system to a ion (A) and the seatback (B) with your hand seat to the tether anchorage (E) and tighten 3-point type seat belt (with emergency to locate the lower anchorages (C).
  • Page 64: Seat Belt Inspection

    Seat and seat belts Seat belt inspection Supplemental restraint system (SRS) - airbag E00406300550 Check the belts for cuts, worn or frayed web- E00407201742 bing and for cracked or deformed metallic The information written in this Supplemental Re- parts. Replace the belt assembly if it is defec- straint System (SRS) section contains important tive.
  • Page 65 Seat and seat belts The SRS is NOT a substitute for the seat belts; for WARNING WARNING maximum protection in all types of crashes and ac- cidents, seat belts should ALWAYS be worn by ev- IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO BE PROP- Place all infants and small children in the eryone who drives or rides in this vehicle.
  • Page 66 Seat and seat belts NOTE If you have a rearward facing child restraint system that cannot be fitted to any seat other than the front passenger seat, be sure to turn OFF the front passenger’s airbag ON-OFF switch before using it. (Refer to “To turn an airbag off”...
  • Page 67 Seat and seat belts How the Supplemental Restraint Sys- WARNING The airbags will operate only when the ignition tem works switch is in the “ON” or “START” position. Extreme Hazard! E00407300935 The SRS includes the following components: Do not use a rearward facing child re- When the impact sensors detect an impact of suffi- straint on a seat protected by an airbag in cient frontal or side force, an automated circuit ig-...
  • Page 68 Seat and seat belts The front passenger’s airbag ON-OFF switch is lo- WARNING WARNING cated in the glove box. If the SRS warning lamp comes on, we rec- • Always remove the key from the front ommend you to have the vehicle inspec- passenger’s airbag ON-OFF switch af- ted by a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Author- ter operating that switch.
  • Page 69 Seat and seat belts That airbag OFF indication lamp, with the word 3. Insert the key into the ignition switch, and Front passenger’s airbag OFF indica- “OFF” (depending upon which airbag has been turn the ignition to the “ON” position. tion lamp turned off) should illuminate.
  • Page 70 Seat and seat belts The front passenger’s airbag deploys at the same WARNING WARNING time as the driver’s airbag, even if the passenger seat is not occupied, and inflates at two different If the indication lamp behaves in any of Do not fit any accessory that makes the in- rates according to the severity of the impact.
  • Page 71 Seat and seat belts Head-on collision with a solid wall at speed of Moderate to severe frontal impact within the shaded approximately 25 km/h (16 mph) or higher area between the arrows The front airbags are designed to deploy when the Because frontal collisions can easily move you out Examples of some typical conditions are shown in vehicle suffers a moderate to severe frontal impact.
  • Page 72 Seat and seat belts Because the front airbags do not protect the occu- Because the front airbags do not protect the occu- Because the front airbags may deploy in certain pant in all types of frontal collisions, be sure to al- pant in all types of collisions, be sure to always prop- types of unexpected impacts as shown in the illus- ways properly wear your seat belts.
  • Page 73 Seat and seat belts The label shown here is attached to the seatbacks WARNING WARNING with a side airbag. Do not attach anything to the steering Right after the airbag inflation, several wheel padded cover, such as trim materi- airbag system components will be hot. Do al, badges, etc.
  • Page 74 Seat and seat belts Deployment of side airbags and cur- The side airbags and curtain airbags MAY NOT Because the side airbags and curtain airbags do not protect the occupant in all types of side collisions, DEPLOY when… tain airbags be sure to always properly wear your seat belts.
  • Page 75 Seat and seat belts The side airbags and curtain airbags ARE NOT Oblique side impacts WARNING DESIGNED TO DEPLOY when… The side airbags and curtain airbags are not de- The side airbag and curtain airbag inflate signed to deploy in conditions where they cannot with great force.
  • Page 76 Seat and seat belts WARNING WARNING Do not attach a microphone (A) or any Do not put a hanger or any heavy or poin- other device or object around the part ted object on the coat hook. where the curtain airbags activate such If the curtain airbag was activated, any as on the windscreen, side door glass, such item could be propelled away with...
  • Page 77 Seat and seat belts SRS warning lamp WARNING WARNING E00407800653 There is a Supplemental Restraint System (“SRS”) If any of the following conditions occur, If your vehicle has sustained any damage, warning lamp on the instrument panel. The system the SRS and/or seat belt pretensioners we recommend you to have the SRS in- checks itself and the lamp tells you if there is a prob- are not working properly, and we recom-...
  • Page 78: Instruments And Controls

    Instruments and controls Instruments...................3-02 Indication and warning lamps............3-05 Indication lamps................3-06 Warning lamps................3-06 Multi centre display..............3-09 Combination headlamps and dipper switch........3-18 Headlamp levelling...............3-19 Turn/Lane-change signals.............3-21 Hazard warning flasher switch.............3-21 Fog lamp switch................3-22 Wiper and washer switch..............3-23 Headlamp washer switch*............3-25 Rear window demister switch............3-25 Horn switch...................3-26...
  • Page 79: Instruments

    Instruments and controls Instruments Speedometer Tachometer E00500200154 E00500300139 E00500100137 The tachometer indicates the engine speed (r/min). Indication for km/h The tachometer can help you obtain more economi- The speedometer indicates the vehicle’s speed in cal driving and also warns you of excessive engine kilometers per hour (km/h).
  • Page 80: Fuel Gauge

    Instruments and controls Odometer/Tripmeter Every time the reset button (3) is pressed lightly Fuel gauge (less than 1 second), tripmeter indications (TRIP E00500600897 E00500700944 When the ignition key is turned to the “ON” posi- The fuel gauge indicates the fuel level in the fuel ) are changed.
  • Page 81: Daytime Dipper Button

    Instruments and controls Low fuel warning lamp Water temperature gauge NOTE E00508100638 E00500800495 The brightness can be adjusted among 4 lev- The warning lamp (A) illuminates when the fuel lev- The water temperature gauge indicates the engine els in accordance with the on/off condition of el is getting low (approx.
  • Page 82: Indication And Warning Lamps

    Instruments and controls Indication and warning lamps E00501501962 1- CRUISE indication lamp* ® p. 4-26 13- Check engine warning lamp ® p. 3-07, 3-08 2- ASC indication lamp* ® p. 4-24 14- TCL OFF indication lamp* ® p. 4-24 3- Turn-signal indication lamps/Hazard warning indication lamps ® p. 3-06 15- SONAR OFF indication lamp* ®...
  • Page 83: Indication Lamps

    Instruments and controls Indication lamps Warning lamps Position lamp indication lamp E00508900102 E00501600012 E00502400017 This lamp illuminates with the lamp Turn-signal indication lamps/ Brake warning lamp switch at “ ” or “ ” position Hazard warning indication E00502501930 This lamp illuminates when the ignition lamps Diesel preheat indication lamp switch is turned to the “ON”...
  • Page 84 Instruments and controls Check engine warning lamp CAUTION CAUTION (petrol-powered vehicles) • The brake warning lamp E00502601351 If the lamp illuminates while This lamp is a part of an onboard diag- does not illuminate when the engine is running, avoid nostic system which monitors the emis- the parking brake is applied driving at high speeds and we...
  • Page 85 Instruments and controls Check engine warning lamp CAUTION CAUTION (diesel-powered vehicles) E00502600628 If the lamp illuminates while If it illuminates while the en- This lamp is a part of an onboard diag- the engine is running, avoid gine is running, there is a prob- nostic system which monitors the emis- driving at high speeds and we lem in the charging system.
  • Page 86: Multi Centre Display

    Instruments and controls Multi centre display NOTE CAUTION On vehicles with keyless entry sys- E00503600120 tem, the lamp remains illuminated If you continue driving with for a certain period and then goes low engine oil level or with this WARNING automatically.
  • Page 87: Digital Clock

    Instruments and controls A- Outside temperature ® p. 3-12 Digital clock Except for vehicles with MITSUBISHI B- Driving information ® p. 3-13 MOTORS genuine audio manual mode only E00503700118 C- Digital clock ® p. 3-10 Select the automatic mode or the manual mode by NOTE performing the following operations: The display unit (ex.
  • Page 88 Instruments and controls 2. Press the “MENU” button repeatedly to se- NOTE lect the CT (Clock Time) mode. After selecting a mode, you can leave the func- The order is: AF → CT → REG → TP-S → tion setup mode by taking either of the fol- PH →...
  • Page 89 Instruments and controls Automatic mode (For vehicles with MITSUBISHI Manual mode If the outside air temperature drops below approx. 3 °C, the alarm sounds and the outside air tempera- MOTORS genuine audio) The manual mode is also available in case the auto- ture figure flashes for about 10 seconds.
  • Page 90: Driving Information

    Instruments and controls Driving information Momentary fuel consumption → Average fuel con- Average fuel consumption sumption → Driving range → Average speed E00509300073 E00509000067 This value shows the average fuel consumption (in L/100 km, km/L or mpg). For vehicles with MITSUBISHI MOTORS genu- ine audio The momentary fuel consumption, average fuel con- sumption, driving range and average speed can be...
  • Page 91 Instruments and controls 1. Press and hold down button (A), then press Manual reset mode the “SET” button (B) within 1 second, and a If you reset the display at the time when you buzzer will sound and the reset mode will be want to start the measurements, average fuel changed.
  • Page 92 Instruments and controls Driving range The driving range displayed is based on pre- Manual reset mode vious fuel consumption data. Disconnecting If you reset the display at the time when you E00509400016 This value shows the distance (in km or miles) that the battery cable will result in the deletion of want to start the measurements, average can be driven on the fuel remaining in the fuel tank.
  • Page 93 Instruments and controls Display brightness adjustment 3. Press the “SET” button (D) to determine the 1. Press and hold down button (A), then press setting. The display will return to the original the “M” button (B) within 1 second. A buz- E00509600018 1.
  • Page 94 Instruments and controls H - km H - L/100 km H - 12-hour format M - mile M - km/L M - 24-hour format 3. If the km unit was selected in step 2, the fuel 4. When you have finished setting the fuel con- 5.
  • Page 95: Combination Headlamps And Dipper Switch

    Instruments and controls Combination headlamps and To cancel the unit setting procedure before When it rains or when the vehicle has been completion, press the button (A). washed, the inside of the lens sometimes be- dipper switch comes foggy. This is the same phenomenon E00506000776 as when window glass mists up on a humid day, and does not indicate a functional prob-...
  • Page 96: Headlamp Levelling

    Instruments and controls Headlamp levelling When the key has been turned to either the Dipper (High/Low beam change) “LOCK” or “ACC” position or removed E00506200114 E00506400767 from the ignition switch with the lamp When the lamp switch is in the “ ”...
  • Page 97: Automatic Headlamp Levelling

    Instruments and controls ●:1 person Automatic headlamp levelling* CAUTION :Full luggage loading Vehicles with discharge headlamps If the warning lamp stays on or does not Switch position 0- Driver only/Driver + 1 front This function automatically adjusts the illumina- illuminate when the ignition switch is passenger tion distance of the headlamps according to the num- turned to the “ON”...
  • Page 98: Turn/Lane-Change Signals

    Instruments and controls Turn/Lane-change signals Hazard warning flasher switch It is possible to activate the following func- tions. For further information, we recom- E00506501156 E00506600567 mend you to consult a MITSUBISHI The turn-signal lamps flash when the switch is op- Use the hazard warning flasher switch when the ve- MOTORS Authorized Service Point.
  • Page 99: Fog Lamp Switch

    Instruments and controls Fog lamp switch It is possible to cause a buzzer to sound in Rear fog lamp switch time with flashing of the turn-signal lamps. E00508400237 E00506700018 The rear fog lamp can be operated when the head- For further information, we recommend you Front fog lamp switch lamps or front fog lamps are on.
  • Page 100: Wiper And Washer Switch

    Instruments and controls Wiper and washer switch NOTE If the lever is held in the upward position (MIST), the wipers continue operating until the lever is re- The speed-sensitive-operation function of the E00507101162 leased. The windscreen wiper and washer can be operated windscreen wipers can be deactivated.
  • Page 101 Instruments and controls Turn the knob, and the rear window wiper will op- NOTE CAUTION erate. To ensure a clear rearward view, the wiper performs a number of continuous operations If the washer is used in cold weather, the either when the switch is moved to the washer fluid sprayed against the glass “INT”...
  • Page 102: Headlamp Washer Switch

    Instruments and controls Headlamp washer switch* Rear window demister switch Precautions to observe when using wip- ers and washers E00507800218 E00507901144 The headlamp washer can be operated when the ig- The rear window demister switch can be operated E00507600014 If the moving wipers become blocked by ice nition switch is in the “ON”...
  • Page 103: Horn Switch

    Instruments and controls Horn switch When cleaning the inside of the rear win- dow, use a soft cloth and wipe gently along E00508000099 the heater wires, being careful not to damage Pressing the “ ” mark on the steering wheel, cau- the wires.
  • Page 104: Starting And Driving

    Starting and driving Economical driving...............4-02 Driving, alcohol and drugs............4-02 Safe driving techniques..............4-03 Running-in recommendations............4-03 Parking brake................4-04 Parking..................4-05 Steering wheel height adjustment..........4-06 Inside rear-view mirror..............4-06 Outside rear-view mirrors.............4-07 Ignition switch................4-08 Steering wheel lock..............4-10 Starting..................4-10 Diesel particulate filter (DPF)*............4-12 Manual transmission*..............4-13 Automatic transmission INVECS-II Sports Mode 4A/T (Intelligent &...
  • Page 105: Economical Driving

    Starting and driving Economical driving Driving, alcohol and drugs Speed At higher vehicle speed, more fuel is consumed. E00600100372 E00600200012 For economical driving, there are some technical re- Driving after drinking alcohol is one of the most fre- Avoid driving at full speed. Even a slight release of quirements that have to be met.
  • Page 106: Safe Driving Techniques

    Starting and driving Safe driving techniques Running-in recommendations Carrying children in the vehicle Never leave your vehicle unattended with the E00600300202 E00600400694 Driving safety and protection against injury cannot During the running-in period for the first 1,000 km key in the ignition and children inside the ve- be fully ensured.
  • Page 107: Parking Brake

    Starting and driving Parking brake 6 M/T NOTE Apply sufficient force to the parking brake E00600501474 Shift point Speed limit To park the vehicle, first bring it to a complete lever to hold the vehicle stationary after the stop, fully apply the parking brake lever sufficient- foot brake is released.
  • Page 108: Parking

    Starting and driving Parking Parking with the engine running CAUTION Never leave the engine running while you take a E00600601433 short sleep/rest. Also, never leave the engine run- If the brake warning lamp does not extin- Parking on a hill ning in a closed or poorly ventilated place.
  • Page 109: Steering Wheel Height Adjustment

    Starting and driving Steering wheel height adjustment Inside rear-view mirror To reduce the glare The lever (A) at the bottom of the mirror can be E00600700121 E00600800425 To adjust the steering wheel height, release the tilt Adjust the rear-view mirror only after making any used to adjust the mirror to reduce the glare from lock lever while holding the steering wheel by seat adjustments so you have a clear view to the...
  • Page 110: Outside Rear-View Mirrors

    Starting and driving Outside rear-view mirrors Place the lever (A) to the same side as the mirror To fold the mirror whose adjustment is desired. E00601100627 E00600900631 The outside rear-view mirror can be folded in to- To adjust the mirror position wards the side window to prevent damage when E00601000134 parking in narrow areas.
  • Page 111: Ignition Switch

    Starting and driving Ignition switch The mirrors can be extended and retracted for 30 Heated mirror* seconds after the ignition switch is turned to the E00601200442 E00601401731 When the rear window demister switch is pressed, “LOCK” position. the outside rear-view mirrors are demisted or de- Either the mirror switch in the cabin or the remote frosted.
  • Page 112 Starting and driving NOTE To remove the key CAUTION This vehicle is equipped with ignition switch For vehicles with M/T, when removing the key, illumination. push in the key at the “ACC” position and keep it If the engine is stopped while driving, the •...
  • Page 113: Steering Wheel Lock

    Starting and driving Steering wheel lock Starting CAUTION E00601500083 E00601600941 Never attempt to start the engine by push- Tips for starting ing or pulling the vehicle. Especially in Do not operate the starter motor continuous- the A/T, since the structure is different ly longer than 10 seconds;...
  • Page 114 Starting and driving On vehicles with A/T, make sure the selector Flooded engine 5. Place the gearshift lever in the “N” (Neutral) lever is in the “P” (PARK) position. position. If the engine was flooded during starting, first oper- ate the starter for 5 to 6 seconds while fully depress- ing the accelerator pedal, then start the engine with- out depressing the accelerator pedal.
  • Page 115: Diesel Particulate Filter (Dpf)

    Starting and driving Diesel particulate filter (DPF)* NOTE DPF warning lamp A ticking noise may be heard after starting The DPF warning lamp comes on in the event of an E00619800069 The diesel particulate filter (DPF) is a device that the engine.
  • Page 116: Manual Transmission

    Starting and driving Manual transmission* Moving the gearshift lever to the “R” CAUTION (Reverse) position E00602000492 The shift pattern is shown on the gearshift lever You do not have to continuously drive ex- knob. Be sure to always fully depress the clutch ped- actly as indicated above.
  • Page 117: Changing Gears

    Starting and driving 5 M/T CAUTION 6 M/T Shift point Speed limit Do not pull up the pull-ring (A) when mov- Shift point Speed limit ing the gearshift lever to any position oth- 30 km/h (19 mph) gear to 2 gear 35 km/h (22 mph) er than the “R”...
  • Page 118: Automatic Transmission Invecs-Ii Sports Mode 4A/T (Intelligent & Innovative Vehicle Electronic Control System Ii)

    Starting and driving Automatic transmission The individual gears are selected automatically, de- pending on the position of the gear selector lever, INVECS-II Sports Mode 4A/T the speed of the vehicle and the position of the ac- (Intelligent & Innovative Vehicle celerator pedal.
  • Page 119 Starting and driving NOTE Selector lever position indication CAUTION To avoid erroneous operation, move the se- lamps/“N” indication lamp lector lever firmly into each position and brief- E00603500452 If a malfunction occurs in the A/T while ly hold it there. Always check the position driving, the “N”...
  • Page 120 Starting and driving Selector lever positions (Main gate) In sports mode, gear shifts can be made rapidly sim- WARNING ply by moving the selector lever backward and for- E00603800077 ward. In contrast to a M/T, the sports mode allows On a gradient the engine should be star- “P”...
  • Page 121 Starting and driving When driving away on a slippery road, push Operation of the A/T CAUTION the selector lever forward into the “+” E00604200065 (SHIFT UP) position. This causes the trans- By rapidly moving the selector lever back- mission to shift into the 2 gear which is bet- wards (SHIFT DOWN) twice, it is possi- CAUTION...
  • Page 122 Starting and driving Passing acceleration When the A/T makes no speed change CAUTION E00604500055 E00604800351 To gain extra acceleration in “D” (DRIVE) posi- If the transmission does not change speeds while Never hold the vehicle stationary while in tion (when passing another vehicle) push the accel- driving, or your vehicle does not pick up enough gear on a hill with the accelerator, always erator to the floor.
  • Page 123: Braking

    Starting and driving Braking WARNING WARNING E00607001641 All the parts of the brake system are critical to safe- If the power assist is lost or if either Do not leave any objects near the brake ty. We recommend you to have the vehicle brake hydraulic system stops working pedal or let a floor mat slide under it;...
  • Page 124: Anti-Lock Brake System (Abs)

    Starting and driving Anti-lock brake system (ABS) Operation of ABS is not restricted to situa- CAUTION tions where brakes are applied suddenly. E00607100560 This system may also operate to prevent Environmental conditions can have an effect on Never install a limited-slip differential, wheel lock when you are driving over man- braking.
  • Page 125 Starting and driving The ABS warning lamp can illuminate if the When doing this, be careful not to damage CAUTION battery voltage is insufficient when the en- the wheel speed sensors (A) and cables loca- gine is started. In this case, it does not indi- ted at each wheel on vehicles equipped with If the warning lamp stays on or does not cate an ABS fault.
  • Page 126: Power Steering System

    Starting and driving Power steering system Active stability control (ASC)* Some vibration will be felt in the vehicle body and a whining sound of a motor will be E00607400127 E00611700147 heard from the engine compartment when When the engine is stopped, the power steering sys- The Active Stability Control (ASC) takes overall the ASC functions.
  • Page 127: Stability Control Function

    Starting and driving When climbing or beginning to climb a steep NOTE CAUTION slope, turn the TCL switch OFF if the trac- The stability control function operates at tion control function reduces the engine speeds of about 30 km/h (19 mph) or higher. When the indication lamp blinks, ASC speed excessively.
  • Page 128: Auto-Speed (Cruise) Control

    Starting and driving Auto-speed (cruise) control* CAUTION E00609100900 Auto-speed control is an automatic speed control If continuous brake control (on a slippery system. It lets you keep the same driving speed, auto- surface, for example) causes the tempera- speed control can be used at about 40 km/h ture of the braking system to increase ex- (25 mph) or more.
  • Page 129 Starting and driving CRUISE indication lamp 2. Pull the lever (B) down while driving at the CAUTION desired speed. E00609200161 This lamp comes on when auto-speed control is ac- For vehicles with M/T, if you shift to “N” tivated by operation of the auto-speed control main (Neutral) position in auto-speed control switch.
  • Page 130 Starting and driving Auto-speed control lever Accelerator pedal When your desired low speed is reached, release the switch. Pull the auto-speed control lever up and hold it Use the accelerator pedal to reach your desired while driving at the set speed, and you will in- speed and then pull the auto-speed control lever crease gradually.
  • Page 131 Starting and driving To accelerate for passing The auto-speed control is turned off automatically To resume the set speed in any of the following ways. E00609600019 E00609800271 Depress the accelerator pedal as you would normal- If the speed memory has not been erased, resume By pressing the clutch pedal down (for vehi- ly.
  • Page 132: Corner Sensor System

    Starting and driving Corner sensor system* Corner and back sensor locations The detection areas are within approximately 50 cm (A) from the corner sensors, 100 cm (B) There are two corner sensors (A) at the corners of E00615500039 from the back sensors, and 60 cm (C) or less from This system operates when you are backing the ve- the rear bumper, and two back sensors (B) in the the ground surface, excluding the area approximate-...
  • Page 133 Starting and driving The detection areas are within approximately NOTE CAUTION 50 cm (A) from the corner sensors, 100 cm (B) The buzzer may sound lower than the normal from the back sensors, and 60 cm (C) or less from warning sound when the corner sensor sys- The corner sensor system may not oper- the ground surface, excluding the area approximate-...
  • Page 134 Starting and driving It will flash in case there is a malfunction in the sys- • Setting when towing bar is not equipped Corner sensor tem. For details, refer to ““SONAR OFF” indica- When the selector lever is moved to the Vehicle to obstacle dis- tion lamp”...
  • Page 135: Cargo Loads

    Starting and driving Cargo loads Vehicles with a towing bar “SONAR OFF” indication lamp While the operation of the system is stopped at the E00615900033 E00609900634 In case there is a malfunction in the corner sensor SONAR switch, push the SONAR switch approxi- system, the “SONAR OFF”...
  • Page 136 Starting and driving NOTE CAUTION CAUTION We recommend you to use a genuine MITSUBISHI roof carrier, since the brackets Do not load luggage directly onto the Before driving and after travelling a to be used have a special shape. For details, roof.
  • Page 137: Trailer Towing

    Starting and driving Trailer towing Towing bar mounting specifications 720 mm See the following table for fixing points (A) for the E00610000420 76 mm In order to tow a trailer with your vehicle, have a towing bar. trailer towing device that meets all relevant regula- 75 mm tions your...
  • Page 138 Starting and driving Be sure that the driving speed does not ex- ceed 100 km/h (62 mph) for trailer operation. It is also recommended that you obey the lo- cal regulations in case driving speed with a trailer is limited to less than 100 km/h (62 mph).
  • Page 140: For Pleasant Driving

    For pleasant driving Ventilators..................5-02 Front automatic air conditioning..........5-05 Rear heater*/Rear cooler*............5-09 Rear automatic air conditioning*..........5-09 Important operation tips for the air conditioning......5-11 Air purifier (with deodorizing function)*........5-12 LW/MW/FM electronic tuning radio with CD player*....5-13 Error codes..................5-28 Handling of compact discs............5-30 Antenna..................5-31 Sun visors..................5-32 Vanity mirror................5-32...
  • Page 141: Ventilators

    For pleasant driving Ventilators Rear ventilators* Adjust the direction of the air flow by moving the knob (B). E00700100461 Front ventilators 1- Roof ventilators 2- Rear floor ventilators Rear ventilators (roof ventilators only) (from under the third seat) Adjust the direction of the air flow by moving the 1- Centre ventilators knob (A).
  • Page 142 For pleasant driving Changing the front mode selection Foot/Face position Foot position Air flows to the upper part of the passenger com- Air flows mainly to the leg area. E00700301196 To change the position and amount of air flowing partment, and flows to the leg area. from the ventilators, turn the mode selection dial.
  • Page 143 For pleasant driving NOTE When the temperature is set to the minimum When the temperature is set to the maximum Air flows from the roof ventilators. Air flows from the third seat floor ventilators. With the mode selection dial between the “...
  • Page 144: Front Automatic Air Conditioning

    For pleasant driving Front automatic air conditioning NOTE When the blower speed selection dial is set to the “OFF” position, all fan-driven airflow will stop. There is an interior air temperature sensor E00702400048 The air conditioning can only be used while the en- (F) inside the vehicle.
  • Page 145 For pleasant driving NOTE Mode selection dial Recirculated air {Indication lamp (A) is ON} Air is recirculated inside the passenger com- E00703200418 While the engine coolant temperature is low, To change the position and amount of air flowing partment. the temperature of the air from the heater from the ventilators, turn the mode selection dial.
  • Page 146 For pleasant driving NOTE Operating the system in automatic CAUTION When the mode selection dial or the blower mode speed selection dial is set to the “AUTO” po- When using the air conditioning, the E00704100557 sition again after manual operation, the air se- idling speed may slightly increase as the lection switch will also be automatically con- air conditioning compressor is switched...
  • Page 147 For pleasant driving NOTE To remove frost or mist from the windscreen and For quick demisting Set the temperature at about 22 under normal door windows, use the mode selection dial (“ ” conditions. or “ ”). While the engine coolant temperature is low, the temperature of the air from the heater For ordinary demisting will be cool/cold until the engine warms up,...
  • Page 148: Rear Heater*/Rear Cooler

    For pleasant driving Rear heater*/Rear cooler* Rear automatic air conditioning* Blower speed selection switch E00720200093 E00719900016 E00705900028 The rear heater/rear cooler can only be used while The air conditioning can only be used while the en- Rear heater the engine is running. gine is running.
  • Page 149 For pleasant driving Blower speed selection switch Move it rightward to increase the temperature and Operating the system in automatic leftward to reduce the temperature. E00706300104 mode When the blower speed selection switch or AUTO E00706800141 switch is pressed, the air conditioning (cooling and dehumidifying functions) starts operating.
  • Page 150: Important Operation Tips For The Air Conditioning

    For pleasant driving Important operation tips for the Operating the system in manual mode It is recommended that the refrigerant be recovered and recycled for further use. E00706900067 air conditioning E00708300658 During a long period of disuse Park the vehicle in the shade. The air conditioning should be operated for at least Parking in the hot sun will make the vehicle five minutes each week, even in cold weather.
  • Page 151: Air Purifier (With Deodorizing Function)

    For pleasant driving Air purifier (with deodorizing function)* E00708400587 An air filter is incorporated into the air condition- ing system to remove pollen, dust, tobacco smells and exhaust smells. The air filter’s ability to collect pollen and dirt is re- duced as it becomes dirty, so replace it periodical- ly.
  • Page 152: Lw/Mw/Fm Electronic Tuning Radio With Cd Player

    For pleasant driving LW/MW/FM electronic tuning radio with CD player* E00708501891 The audio system can be used when the ignition switch is in the “ON” or “ACC” position. A- Display window B- Audio system NOTE The MITSUBISHI genuine CD autochanger can be connected to this audio system. The CD autochanger can be operated by the switch of the audio body.
  • Page 153 For pleasant driving Volume and tone control panel E00708600651 1- PWR (On-Off) switch 4- Memory select buttons 2- VOL (Volume control) knob 5- Audio adjust button 3- AUDIO button 6- Display 5-14...
  • Page 154 For pleasant driving To adjust the volume NOTE To enter audio tone settings into the memory It is possible to enter the audio adjustment condi- E00708700069 Audio adjust mode will be cancelled when ra- tion (BASS, TRE, FADE, BAL) into the memory. dio or CD operation is performed or no ad- VOL (Volume control) 1.
  • Page 155 For pleasant driving Radio control panel and display E00708900713 1. AM/FM (FM/MW/LW selection) button 6. FM (FM1/FM2/FM3) indicators 2. TUNE/SEEK (Down-step/Down-seek) button 7. ST (Stereo) indicator 3. TUNE/SEEK (Up-step/Up-seek) button 8. Preset memory number display 4. Memory select buttons 9. Frequency display window 5.
  • Page 156 For pleasant driving To listen to the radio To enter frequencies into the memory 3. The preset memory setting is retrieved by pressing the button and then releasing it with- E00716100785 E00709000678 1. Press the PWR switch (5) to turn the audio in 2 seconds.
  • Page 157 For pleasant driving Radio data system (RDS) E00709200247 1- AM/FM (FM/MW/LW selection) button 9- AF (Alternative frequencies) indicator 2- Menu button 10- RDS (Radio data system) indicator 3- Memory select buttons 11- REG (Regional program) indicator 4- PWR (On-Off) switch 12- TP (Traffic program identification) indicator 5- TUNE/SEEK (Down-step/Down-seek) button 13- PTY (Program type) indicator...
  • Page 158 For pleasant driving AF (Alternative Frequencies) function If there are no frequencies broadcasting the same 27. OLDIES programming, the radio searches a frequency broad- 28. FOLK M (Folk music) E00720900016 The AF function finds a station broadcasting the casting the regional programming. The radio suc- 29.
  • Page 159 For pleasant driving If no station is found with your desired PTY, • Press the “MENU” button for at least 2 1. Press the TP button (7). The display will the display will show “EMPTY” for about 5 seconds. show “TP” (12). If the RDS data can be read, seconds and the radio will return to the previ- •...
  • Page 160 For pleasant driving The TP search function can be turned ON and OFF. Refer to “Function setup mode” on page 5-21. Emergency broadcasts TP-S E00721700011 Language of PTY display 1. Press the “MENU” button to select the func- tion setup mode. If an emergency broadcast is caught while receiv- ing a FM broadcast or playing back a compact disc with the ignition switch in “ACC”...
  • Page 161 For pleasant driving 2. Press the “MENU” button repeatedly to se- The setting will be shown on the display. NOTE lect the mode you wish to change. The order After selecting a mode, you can leave the func- is: AF TP-S tion setup mode by taking either of the fol- Example...
  • Page 162 For pleasant driving CD control panel and display E00709500673 1- CD eject button 13- PWR (On-Off) switch 2- FOLDER (Folder down) button 14- RPT/RDM (Repeat/Random) button 3- FOLDER (Folder up) button 15- CD indicator 4- Disc loading slot 16- DISC indicator 5- TRACK (Track down/up) button 17- FOLDER indicator 6- SCAN button...
  • Page 163 For pleasant driving To listen to a CD NOTE You can fast-reverse the disc by pressing the side of the TRACK button (5). While the button is E00709601004 While listening to a disc on which CD-DA With a CD player kept pressed, the disc will be fast-reversed.
  • Page 164 For pleasant driving Track up Folder selection CAUTION Press the side of the TRACK button (5) repeat- In the order edly until the desired track number appears on the Attempting to play a file not in the MP3 display. format which has a “.mp3” file name may produce noise from the speakers and Track down speaker damage, and can damage your...
  • Page 165 For pleasant driving NOTE NOTE CD text and MP3 title display E00725000298 The repeat mode will be cancelled by press- The random mode will be cancelled by press- This CD player can display CD text and MP3 titles ing the TRACK button (5), the SCAN button ing the SCAN button (6) or the CD eject but- including ID3 tag information.
  • Page 166 For pleasant driving Characters that the CD player cannot display 2. Then press the DISP button for less than 1 Disc up are shown as an asterisk. second repeatedly to make selections in the Press the DISC button (12) until the desired disc is following sequence: album name track reached.
  • Page 167: Error Codes

    For pleasant driving Error codes E00710101100 If an error code (1) appears in the display, take action in accordance with the table below. 5-28...
  • Page 168 For pleasant driving Error display Problem Description Repair No magazine inserted Magazine is not in changer. Insert magazine into changer. NO DISC No disc inserted Disc is not in CD player. Insert disc. E 01 Focus error Disc is not loaded correctly, or condensation Insert disc with label facing up.
  • Page 169: Handling Of Compact Discs

    For pleasant driving Handling of compact discs The use of special shaped, damaged compact • When the temperature suddenly rises, discs (like cracked discs) or low-quality com- such as right after the heater is turned on E00723000193 pact discs (like warped discs or burrs on the in cold weather.
  • Page 170: Antenna

    For pleasant driving Antenna Do not put additional labels (A) or stickers The unit may not successfully play back a (B) on compact discs. Also, do not use any CD-R/RW that was made by the combina- E00710500064 compact disc on which a label or sticker has tion of writing software, a CD recorder started to peel off or any compact disc that (CD-R/RW drive) and a disc if they are in-...
  • Page 171: Sun Visors

    For pleasant driving Sun visors Vanity mirror Type 2 E00711200680 E00711300102 Type 1 A vanity mirror is fitted to the back of the sun visor. Type 1 1- To eliminate front glare 2- To eliminate side glare Card holder Cards can be slipped into the holder (A) on the Type 2 back of the sun visor.
  • Page 172: Ashtray

    For pleasant driving Ashtray To remove the ashtray, pull it out while pressing CAUTION the stopper (A). E00711400480 If the lid of vanity mirror with lamp is kept open for prolonged periods of time, CAUTION the vehicle’s battery will be discharged. Put out matches and cigarettes before they are placed in the ashtray.
  • Page 173: Cigarette Lighter

    For pleasant driving Cigarette lighter* NOTE CAUTION Do not leave the cigarette lighter removed E00711500869 The cigarette lighter can be used while the ignition from its socket, because the socket might be- When the cigarette lighter socket is used switch is in the “ON” or “ACC” position. come clogged by foreign material and be as a power source for an electric appli- short-circuited.
  • Page 174: Accessory Socket

    For pleasant driving Accessory socket* Interior lamps Luggage compartment E00711601287 E00712000500 The accessory socket can be used while the igni- tion switch is in the “ON” or “ACC” position. Pull out the plug (A) or open the lid (B) to uncover the socket.
  • Page 175: Interior Lamp Switch

    For pleasant driving Interior lamp switch When the room lamp & map lamp switch is 2 (DOOR) - The room lamp & map lamps and in the “ON” position, closing the doors and E00717300263 rear personal lamps go on when a The interior lamp switch can be used to turn the tailgate does not cause the room lamp &...
  • Page 176 For pleasant driving NOTE NOTE Door lamps Even with the interior lamp switch in the E00717500021 When the interior lamp switch is in the “ ” Each door lamp illuminates when the relevant door “ ” position, it is possible to turn on the position, the lamp remains off even when the is opened and goes off when the door is closed.
  • Page 177: Storage Spaces

    For pleasant driving Storage spaces NOTE The interior lamps auto-cutout function can E00713100928 be deactivated. We recommend you to con- sult a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorized CAUTION Service Point for detailed information and as- sistance. Never leave lighters, cans of carbonated On a vehicle equipped with a Multi Display drink, and spectacles in the cabin when Station (MDS), the functions can be adjusted...
  • Page 178 For pleasant driving NOTE Personal box CAUTION E00718000023 When the lamp switch is in the “ ” or To open, pull the lid (A). The holder should not be used to store any- “ ” position, the glove box lamp illumi- thing heavier than sunglasses.
  • Page 179: Cup Holder

    For pleasant driving Cup holder To access it, stow the right side part of the third For the second seat seat and lift the floor mat (A). (Refer to “Stowing E00718900019 E00714500730 The cup holders are provided at both sides. the third seat”...
  • Page 180: Bottle Holder

    For pleasant driving Bottle holder For the second seat Left side The bottle holders are provided at both sides. E00718200025 CAUTION Do not drink beverages while driving the vehicle; doing so could distract you and result in an accident. Beverages can spill due to vibration or oth- er movement during vehicle operation.
  • Page 181: Card Holder (Rhd Vehicles Only)

    For pleasant driving Card holder (RHD vehicles only) Personal table* Tonneau cover* E00718800076 E00715300041 E00715500463 To store a card, insert it into the card holder until To use the personal table, push the button (A) and To install you hear a click. To remove the card, give it a pull the table up until it locks in position.
  • Page 182 For pleasant driving 4. Move one of the sliders (A) towards the in- To use 2. Move one of the sliders (A) towards the in- side of the vehicle, and fit the protruding por- side of the vehicle and lift it to remove the 1.
  • Page 183: Assist Grip

    For pleasant driving Assist grip Coat hooks* 3. Put the tonneau cover in its storage bag and stow it in the luggage area. E00732800227 E00725600555 These grips are to support the body by hand while There are two hooks on the rear pillar for use in seated in the vehicle.
  • Page 184: Luggage Hooks

    For pleasant driving Luggage hooks Cargo net* Warning triangle retaining bands E00715700090 E00715800118 E00715200079 There are 4 luggage hooks at the sides of the lug- To use, attach the net to the hooks according to the Band (B) to be used for retaining a warning trian- gage area.
  • Page 186: For Emergencies

    For emergencies If the vehicle breaks down............6-02 Emergency starting...............6-02 Engine overheating...............6-04 Tools and jack................6-06 Jacking up the vehicle..............6-07 Spare wheel...................6-08 How to change a tyre..............6-11 Towing..................6-14 Operation under adverse driving conditions.........6-18...
  • Page 187: If The Vehicle Breaks Down

    For emergencies If the vehicle breaks down Emergency starting WARNING E00800100778 E00800502301 If the vehicle breaks down on the road, move it to If the engine cannot be started because the battery Turn off the ignition on both vehicles be- the shoulder and use the hazard warning flashers and/ is weak or dead, the battery from another vehicle forehand.
  • Page 188 For emergencies NOTE tery (A), and the other end to the positive (+) Lift up the engine cover to release the five terminal of the booster battery (B). grommets (A) and remove the cover. Open the cover before connecting the jumper cable to the positive (+) terminal of the bat- tery.
  • Page 189: Engine Overheating

    For emergencies Engine overheating nutes, then start the engine in the vehicle CAUTION with the discharged battery. E00800602126 If the water temperature gauge indication remains Do not attempt to start the engine by pull- in the overheating zone for a long time, the engine ing or pushing the vehicle.
  • Page 190 For emergencies 3. Confirm that the cooling fans are turning. If 4. After the engine coolant temperature has drop- WARNING the fans are not turning, stop the engine im- ped to the normal temperature, stop the engine. mediately and have it checked. If there is none, make sure that the en- gine has cooled down before removing the radiator cap (B), because hot steam...
  • Page 191: Tools And Jack

    For emergencies Tools and jack Tools CAUTION E00801900858 E00800900864 Do not add coolant while the engine is Storage hot. Suddenly adding cold coolant could The tools and jack are stored under the third seat. damage the engine. Wait for the engine to The storage location of the tools and jack should be cool down, then add coolant a little at a remembered in case of an emergency.
  • Page 192: Jacking Up The Vehicle

    For emergencies Jacking up the vehicle 3. Retract the jack, then remove it from its stor- WARNING age location. E00801001393 1. Park the vehicle on level and stable ground. Be sure to apply chocks or blocks to the 2. Set the parking brake firmly. correct tyre when jacking up the vehicle.
  • Page 193: Spare Wheel

    For emergencies Spare wheel Slowly rotate the wheel nut wrench until the WARNING tyre is raised slightly off the ground surface. E00801101440 Check the air pressure of the spare tyre frequently Set the jack only at the positions shown and make sure it is ready for emergency use at any here.
  • Page 194 For emergencies NOTE CAUTION The wheel hanger is designed for a compact spare wheel only. It cannot be used for stor- The compact spare tyre is not as good as age of any other kind of wheel. a standard tyre in controllability and sta- Store any wheel with a punctured tyre in the bility.
  • Page 195 For emergencies 3. Tighten the holder mounting bolt securely CAUTION with the wheel nut wrench. When removing the hanger from the hold- er or hooking the hanger onto the holder, hold the hanger securely to avoid drop- ping it on your feet. To install 1.
  • Page 196: How To Change A Tyre

    For emergencies How to change a tyre 7. On vehicles with wheel covers, first remove WARNING the covers (refer to “Wheel covers” on page E00801202523 6-13). Then loosen the wheel nuts with the Before changing a tyre, first stop your vehicle in a Be sure to apply chocks or blocks to the wheel nut wrench.
  • Page 197 For emergencies Vehicle with steel wheels wheel nuts make light contact with the Tighten the wheel nuts until the tapered seats of the wheel holes and the wheel is parts of the wheel nuts make light contact not loose. with the seats of the wheel holes and the wheel is not loose.
  • Page 198 For emergencies (Achieved by applying a force of 350 to WARNING CAUTION 420 N at the end of the wheel nut wrench supplied with the vehicle.) When storing the removed wheel, raise After changing the tyre and driving the ve- the left- and right-hand parts of the third hicle about 1,000 km (620 miles), retight- seat seatback and stand the wheel upright.
  • Page 199: Towing

    For emergencies NOTE Towing under the cover, and move it around the cir- cumference, prying the cover away from the Full wheel covers have a symbol mark (C) E00801502991 wheel little by little as you move the bar provided on the reverse side to show the air around.
  • Page 200 For emergencies The regulations concerning towing may differ from Towing the vehicle by a tow truck Towing with rear wheels off the ground (Type B) country to country. It is recommended that you Place the gearshift lever in the “N” (Neutral) posi- obey the regulations of the area where you are driv- tion (M/T) or the selector lever in the “N”...
  • Page 201 For emergencies 2. Cover the tip of the jack bar with a cloth, 6. Place the gearshift lever in the “N” (Neutral) CAUTION then use it to remove the cover (A) that is lo- position (M/T) or the selector lever in the cated on the front bumper.
  • Page 202 For emergencies If your vehicle tows another vehicle CAUTION The rear towing hook (A) is located as shown in the illustration. Secure the tow rope to the rear tow- When the vehicle with A/T is towed by an- ing hook. other vehicle with the all wheels on the ground, make sure that the towing speed and distance given below are never excee-...
  • Page 203: Operation Under Adverse Driving Conditions

    For emergencies Operation under adverse driving On a flooded road Depressing the brake pedal during travel on snowy or icy roads may cause tyre slippage Avoid flooded roads. Water could enter the conditions and skidding. When traction between the brake discs, resulting in temporarily ineffec- E00801701925 tyres and the road is reduced the wheels may tive brakes.
  • Page 204: Vehicle Care

    Vehicle care Vehicle care precautions...............7-02 Cleaning the interior of your vehicle..........7-02 Cleaning the exterior of your vehicle...........7-03...
  • Page 205: Maintenance

    Vehicle care Vehicle care precautions Cleaning the interior of your NOTE Do not use the cleaners, conditioners, and pro- vehicle E00900100740 In order to maintain the value of your vehicle, it is tectants containing silicons or wax. E00900200406 necessary to perform regular maintenance using the Such products may cause annoying reflec- After cleaning the interior of your vehicle with wa- proper procedures.
  • Page 206 Vehicle care Cleaning the exterior of your NOTE CAUTION If genuine leather is wet with water or is wash- vehicle ed in water, wipe off water as quickly as pos- When washing the under side of your ve- E00900700182 sible with a dry, soft cloth. hicle or wheel, be careful not to injure If the following is left on your vehicle, it may If left damp, mildew may grow.
  • Page 207 Vehicle care Waxing Polishing CAUTION E00901000733 E00901100011 Waxing the vehicle will help prevent the adherence The vehicle should only be polished if the paint- • The rear wiper arm assembly is taped of dust and road chemicals to the paintwork. Apply work has become stained or lost its lustre.
  • Page 208 Vehicle care Wiper blades CAUTION CAUTION E00901700017 Use a soft cloth and glass cleaner to remove grease, Do not bring the plastic parts into contact Do not use any cleaner that contains an dead insects, etc., from the wiper blades. Replace with petrol, light oil, brake fluids, engine abrasive substance or is acidic or alka- the wiper blades when they no longer wipe proper-...
  • Page 209 Vehicle care If they are in contact, wipe off with soft cloth, cha- mois or the like and an aqueous solution of neutral detergent then immediately rinse the affected parts with plenty of water. 7-06...
  • Page 210 Maintenance Service precautions...............8-02 Catalytic converter................8-02 Bonnet...................8-03 Engine oil..................8-04 Engine coolant................8-06 Automatic transmission fluid*............8-08 Washer fluid.................8-08 Brake fluid/Clutch fluid*..............8-09 Power steering fluid..............8-09 Battery..................8-10 Tyres.....................8-11 Clutch pedal free play*..............8-15 Brake pedal free play..............8-16 Parking brake lever stroke............8-16 Parking brake break-in..............8-16 Wiper blades.................8-17 General maintenance..............8-18 For cold and snowy weather............8-19 Fusible links..................8-19...
  • Page 211: Service Precautions

    Maintenance Service precautions Catalytic converter WARNING E01000100328 E01000201007 Adequate care of your vehicle at regular intervals For ordinary use, there are no particular precau- Be extremely cautious when working serves to preserve the value and appearance as long tions except that of using unleaded petrol. around the battery.
  • Page 212: Bonnet

    Maintenance Bonnet The catalytic converter itself gets hot quickly, and In unusual situations involving grossly mal- may be damaged if overheated. The following functioning engine operation, a burnt smell E01000302076 points should be noted in order to prevent the igni- may indicate severe and abnormal catalyst tion of unburned petrol within the catalytic convert- overheating.
  • Page 213: Engine Oil

    Maintenance Engine oil NOTE Slowly lower the bonnet to a position about 30 cm above the closed position, then let it drop. Only open the bonnet when the wipers are in E01000402237 the parked position. Failure to do so may To check and refill engine oil cause bonnet damage.
  • Page 214 Maintenance 2. Use engine oil conforming to the following Diesel-powered vehicles (for Use only the recommended oils with an ACEA or classification: diesel particulate filter models) API classification as specified in this manual. API classification: “For service SG” or higher ILSAC certificated oil NOTE ACEA classification:...
  • Page 215: Engine Coolant

    Maintenance Engine coolant Also, if the reserve tank is completely empty, re- CAUTION move the radiator cap (A) and add coolant until the E01000501361 level reaches the filler neck. Do not use alcohol or methanol anti- To check the coolant level freeze or any engine coolants mixed with A translucent coolant reserve tank is located in the alcohol or methanol anti-freeze.
  • Page 216 Maintenance Diesel-powered vehicles Anti-freeze During cold weather The coolant level in this tank should be kept be- The engine coolant contains an ethylene glycol anti- If the temperatures in your area drop below freez- tween the “LOW” and “FULL” marks when meas- corrosion agent.
  • Page 217: Automatic Transmission Fluid

    Maintenance Automatic transmission fluid* Washer fluid 7. Remove dipstick and read the oil level. The fluid level should always be between the E01000600857 E01000700164 two marks on the dipstick. The proper amount of automatic transmission fluid Check the float (A) is between the “FULL” and is essential to the life and operation of the automat- “EMPTY”...
  • Page 218: Brake Fluid/Clutch Fluid

    Maintenance Brake fluid/Clutch fluid* Power steering fluid Fluid type Use brake fluid conforming to DOT3 or DOT4 E01000800501 E01001100790 The brake fluid and the clutch fluid share the reser- from a sealed container. The brake fluid is hygro- voir tank. scopic.
  • Page 219: Battery

    Maintenance Battery The inside of the battery is divided into several com- Petrol-powered vehicles partments; remove the cap from each compartment E01001202014 and fill to the upper mark. Do not top up beyond The condition of the battery is very important for the upper mark because spillage during driving quick starting of the engine and proper functioning could cause damage.
  • Page 220: Tyres

    Maintenance Tyres WARNING CAUTION E01001300213 The battery electrolyte is extremely caus- Do not bring the nearby parts, the plastic tic. Do not allow it to come in contact parts and so on into contact with sulphu- WARNING with your eyes, skin, clothing, or the pain- ric acid (battery electrolyte) which may ted surfaces of the vehicle.
  • Page 221 Maintenance Tyre inflation pressures E01001402045 Petrol-powered vehicles Up to 4 passengers Max. load At trailer towing Item Tyre size Front Rear Front Rear Front Rear 2.1 bar (210 kPa), 2.1 bar (210 kPa), 2.1 bar (210 kPa), 2.4 bar (240 kPa), 2.1 bar 2.4 bar 215/60R16 95H...
  • Page 222: Tyre Rotation

    Maintenance Wheel condition NOTE When rotating tyres, check for uneven wear and damage. Abnormal wear is usually caused by incor- E01001800638 The mark and the location of the tyre tread rect tyre pressure, improper wheel alignment, out wear indicators are different depending on of balance wheel, or severe braking.
  • Page 223 Maintenance Snow tyres CAUTION Max chain E01002000725 Tyre size Wheel size height The use of snow tyres is recommended for driving [mm] If the tyres have arrows (A) indicating on snow and ice. To preserve driving stability, the correct direction of rotation, swap the 215/60R16 16x6.5 JJ mount snow tyres of the same size and tread pat-...
  • Page 224: Clutch Pedal Free Play

    Maintenance Clutch pedal free play* NOTE CAUTION The laws and regulations concerning the use E01002200163 Press down the clutch pedal with your fingers until of tyre chains vary. Find out and follow the Drive carefully and do not exceed initial resistance is felt. laws and regulations of the area you’re driv- 50 km/h (30 mph).
  • Page 225: Brake Pedal Free Play

    Maintenance Brake pedal free play Parking brake lever stroke Parking brake break-in E01002300210 E01005800362 E01008300212 Stop the engine, depress the brake pedal several Pull the parking brake lever up to check the num- Break-in the parking brake linings whenever the times, and press down the pedal with your fingers ber of “clicks”...
  • Page 226: Wiper Blades

    Maintenance Wiper blades Refer to the illustration to ensure that the re- 5. Slide the wiper blade (A) until it contacts the tainers are correctly aligned as you insert end of the wiper arm (B). E01002600486 them into the groove. If the blades are frozen to the windscreen or rear window, do not operate the wipers until the ice has melted and the blades are freed, otherwise the wip-...
  • Page 227: General Maintenance

    Maintenance General maintenance 3. Slide a new wiper blade through the hook Refer to the illustration to ensure that the re- (B) on the wiper arm. tainers are correctly aligned as you insert E01002700256 them into the groove. Fuel, engine coolant, oil and exhaust gas leakage Look under the body of your vehicle to check for fuel, engine coolant, oil and exhaust gas leaks.
  • Page 228: For Cold And Snowy Weather

    Maintenance For cold and snowy weather Fusible links Hinges and latches lubrication Check all latches and hinges, and lubricate if neces- E01002800286 E01002900173 The fusible links will melt to prevent a fire if a sary by first cleaning and then applying multipur- Ventilation slots large current attempts to flow through certain elec- pose grease.
  • Page 229: Fuses

    Maintenance Fuses Diesel-powered vehicles E01003001989 Fuse block location To prevent damage to the electrical system due to shortcircuiting or overloading, each individual cir- cuit is provided with a fuse. There are fuse blocks in the passenger compart- ment and in the engine compartment. Passenger compartment The fuse block in the passenger compartment is lo- 1- Push the knob.
  • Page 230 Maintenance Passenger compartment fuse location (LHD) Passenger compartment fuse location (RHD) Capaci- Symbol Electrical system ties Engine control 7.5 A Accessory socket 15 A — — — Outside rear-view 7.5 A mirrors Engine control 7.5 A — — — Rear window wiper 15 A Central door locks 15 A...
  • Page 231 Maintenance Some fuses may not be installed on your ve- Capaci- Capaci- Symbol Electrical system Symbol Electrical system hicle, depending on the vehicle model or spec- ties ties ifications. — — — The table above shows the main equipment Stop lamps 15 A corresponding to each fuse.
  • Page 232 Maintenance Engine compartment fuse location (diesel-pow- Some fuses may not be installed on your ve- Capaci- Symbol Electrical system hicle, depending on the vehicle model or spec- ered vehicles only) ties ifications. Tail lamp (right) 7.5 A The table above shows the main equipment Engine compartment fuse location corresponding to each fuse.
  • Page 233: Fuse Replacement

    Maintenance Fuse replacement Remove the fuse puller (B) from the fuse 3. Referring to the fuse load capacity table, box lid (A). check the fuse pertaining to the problem. 1. Before replacing a fuse, always turn off the electrical circuit concerned and place the ig- nition switch in the “LOCK”...
  • Page 234: Replacement Of Lamp Bulbs

    Maintenance Replacement of lamp bulbs 4. Insert a new fuse of the same capacity by us- Outside ing the fuse puller and insert the fuse at the E01003302051 E01003100622 same place in the fuse block. Before replacing a bulb, ensure the lamp is off. Do not touch the glass part of the new bulb with your bare fingers;...
  • Page 235 Maintenance Inside Headlamps E01003400986 E01003501290 Replacement of low beam (except for vehicles with discharge headlamps) 1. Pull out the connector (B) while pressing the tab (A). Turn the cap (C) anticlockwise and remove it. 1- High-mounted stop lamp 2- Stop and tail lamps 3- Rear fog lamp (LHD vehicles): 21 W (W21W) Reversing lamp (RHD vehicles): 21 W 1- Rear personal lamps: 8 W...
  • Page 236 Maintenance 3. Unhook the spring (E), which secures the Replacement of high-beam bulb, and remove the bulb. 1. For diesel-powered vehicles, remove the bolts (A) to remove the power steering reser- voir tank (B). Replacement of low beam (for vehicles with dis- charge headlamps) Do not attempt to disassemble or repair discharged headlamps, and do not attempt to replace their bulbs.
  • Page 237: Front Turn-Signal Lamps

    Maintenance 3. Turn the bulb socket (F) anticlockwise to re- Front turn-signal lamps CAUTION move it. E01003800690 1. Turn the bulb socket anticlockwise to re- Handle halogen lamp bulbs with care. move it. And remove the bulb from the sock- The gas inside halogen lamp bulbs is high- et by pulling out.
  • Page 238 Maintenance 2. Depress the tab (C) on the harness connector bottom of the lid of the lamp whose bulb you CAUTION and pull the harness connector (D) to remove wish to replace. Use it to lever off the lid. Handle halogen lamp bulbs with care. The gas inside halogen lamp bulbs is high- ly pressurized, so dropping, knocking, or scratching a halogen lamp bulb can cause...
  • Page 239: Licence Plate Lamps

    Maintenance NOTE NOTE Wrap a piece of cloth around the tip of the When installing the lid, make sure the 2 tabs screwdriver in order to avoid scratching the (C) are aligned with the holes on the vehicle lens and the body. side.
  • Page 240 Maintenance NOTE NOTE Remove the bulb from the lamp holder. When installing the lens, align the tab on the Wrap a piece of cloth around the tip of the lens with the hole on the vehicle side. screwdriver in order to avoid scratching the lens.
  • Page 241: Vanity Mirror Lamps

    Maintenance NOTE Remove the bulb from the lamp holder. Glove box lamp Wrap a piece of cloth around the tip of the E01006100388 1. Pull out the bulb. screwdriver in order to avoid scratching the lens. 2. To install the bulb, perform the removal steps in reverse.
  • Page 242 Specifications Vehicle labeling................9-02 Vehicle dimensions...............9-04 Vehicle performance..............9-06 Vehicle weight................9-07 Engine specifications..............9-08 Transmission specifications............9-09 Electrical system................9-10 Tyres and wheels................9-11 Other specifications..............9-12 Fuel consumption.................9-13 Capacities..................9-14...
  • Page 243: Vehicle Labeling

    Specifications Vehicle labeling Please use this number when ordering replacement Vehicle identification number plate parts. (RHD vehicles only) E01100102336 The vehicle identification number is stamped on the plate riveted to the left front corner of the instru- ment panel pad. It is visible from outside of the ve- hicle through the windscreen.
  • Page 244 Specifications Diesel-powered vehicles *: Front of the vehicle 9-03...
  • Page 245: Vehicle Dimensions

    Specifications Vehicle dimensions E01100201792 Front track 1,550 mm Overall width 1,795 mm Front overhang 900 mm Wheel base 2,830 mm Rear overhang 1,035 mm Overall length 4,765 mm 9-04...
  • Page 246 Specifications Ground clearance (unladen) 155 mm, 165 mm Without roof rails 1,655 mm, 1,665 mm Overall height (unladen) With roof rails 1,690 mm, 1,700 mm With sport type roof rails 1,670 mm, 1,680 mm Rear track 1,555 mm : Vehicles with high ground suspensions 9-05...
  • Page 247: Vehicle Performance

    Specifications Vehicle performance E01100301113 Petrol-powered vehicles Item Diesel-powered vehicles Maximum speed 200 km/h (124 mph) 190 km/h (118 mph) 195 km/h (121 mph) Body 6.1 m Minimum turning radius Wheel 5.8 m 9-06...
  • Page 248: Vehicle Weight

    Specifications Vehicle weight E01100403192 Petrol-powered vehicles Diesel-powered vehicles Diesel-powered vehicles (except for DPF models) (for DPF models) Item 6 persons 7 persons 6 persons 7 persons 6 persons 7 persons 6 persons 7 persons Without optional parts 1,625 kg 1,645 kg 1,635 kg 1,655 kg 1,690 kg...
  • Page 249: Engine Specifications

    Specifications Engine specifications E01100601897 Diesel-powered vehicles Diesel-powered vehicles Item Petrol-powered vehicles (Except for 1500 models) (for DPF models) Four-cylinder, in line, water cooled Four-cylinder, in line, water cooled four-cycle, double overhead camshaft with inter- Engine type four-cycle, single overhead camshaft cooler and turbocharger Engine model 4G69...
  • Page 250: Transmission Specifications

    Specifications Transmission specifications E01100701061 Petrol-powered vehicles Diesel-powered vehicles Item 6 M/T 3.583 2.842 3.538 gear ratio 1.947 1.529 2.045 gear ratio 1.266 1.000 1.366 gear ratio 0.970 0.712 0.974 gear ratio 0.767 — 0.897 gear ratio — — 0.790 gear ratio Reverse gear ratio 3.363 2.480...
  • Page 251: Electrical System

    Specifications Electrical system E01100801192 Item Petrol-powered vehicles Diesel-powered vehicles Voltage 12 V 12 V Type (JIS) 75D23L 95D31L Battery Capacity (5HR) 52 Ah 64 Ah Alternator capacity 110 A 140 A Spark plug type LZFR6AI — 9-10...
  • Page 252: Tyres And Wheels

    Specifications Tyres and wheels E01100901988 Tyre 215/60R16 95H 215/55R17 94V Size 16x6 1/2JJ 17x7J Wheel Offset 46 mm 9-11...
  • Page 253: Other Specifications

    Specifications Other specifications E01101001074 Item Petrol-powered vehicles Diesel-powered vehicles Fuel control Electric controlled injection Direct injection Fuel system Fuel pump Electric motor type Electric motor type Clutch Dry single disc clutch with diaphragm spring, hydraulic action Steering system Rack and pinion type, power assisted Front Independent type, MacPherson strut, coil spring Suspension...
  • Page 254: Fuel Consumption

    Specifications Fuel consumption E01101100355 Combined Urban conditions Extra-urban conditions Item Fuel consumption Fuel consumption Fuel consumption (g/km) (L/100 km) (L/100 km) (L/100 km) 221.2 12.6 Petrol-powered vehicles 234.3 13.2 Diesel-powered vehicles Standard 175.0 (Except for 1500 models) Diesel-powered vehicles 175.0 (for DPF models) 223.3 12.8...
  • Page 255 Specifications Capacities E01101302582 Petrol-powered vehicles Item Quantity Lubricants Genuine MITSUBISHI Power Steering Fluid or ATF Power steering fluid As required DEXRON III/DEXRON II Oil pan 4.0 litres Engine oil Refer to page 8-04. Oil filter 0.3 litre Brake fluid As required Brake fluid DOT 3 or DOT 4 Clutch fluid Washer fluid...
  • Page 256 Specifications Item Quantity Lubricants 8.0 litres* , 9.5 litres* [includes 0.65 litre in the re- DIA QUEEN SUPER LONG LIFE COOLANT or Engine coolant equivalent serve tank] Automatic transmission fluid 7.7 litres DIA QUEEN ATF SP III DIA QUEEN NEW MULTI GEAR OIL API classifica- Manual transmission oil 2.2 litres tion GL-3, SAE 75W-80...
  • Page 257 Specifications Item Quantity Lubricants 8.0 litres , 9.5 litres Engine coolant BASF Glysantin Alu Protect Premium/G30 [includes 0.7 litre in the reserve tank] Brake fluid As required Brake fluid DOT 3 or DOT 4 Clutch fluid Washer fluid 4.5 litres —...
  • Page 258 Specifications Diesel-powered vehicles (for DPF models) Item Quantity Lubricants 8.0 litres , 9.5 litres Engine coolant BASF Glysantin Alu Protect Premium/G30 [includes 0.7 litre in the reserve tank] Brake fluid As required Brake fluid DOT 3 or DOT 4 Clutch fluid Washer fluid 4.5 litres —...
  • Page 259 Specifications Item Quantity Lubricants DIA QUEEN NEW MULTI GEAR OIL Manual transmission oil 2.0 litres API classification GL-3, SAE 75W-80 Refrigerant (air conditioning) HFC-134a 440 - 480 g , 730 - 770 g : Vehicles without rear cooler and rear automatic air conditioning : Vehicles with rear cooler or rear automatic air conditioning 9-18...
  • Page 260 Alphabetical index Washing 7-03 Clutch Fluid 8-09,9-14 Pedal free play 8-15 Accessory (Installation) 04 Battery 8-10 Coat hooks 5-44 Accessory socket 5-35 Charge warning lamp 3-08 Combination headlamps and dipper switch 3-18 Active stability control (ASC) 4-23 Discharged battery (Emergency starting) 6-02 Compact spare wheel 6-08 Indication lamp 4-24 Specification 9-10...
  • Page 261 Alphabetical index Coolant 8-06,9-15 Low fuel warning lamp 3-04 Number 9-02 Modification/alterations to the electrical or fuel Oil 8-04 systems 05 Oil and oil filter 9-14 Tank capacity 03 If the vehicle breaks down 6-02 Overheating 6-04 Fuse load capacity 8-20 Ignition switch 4-08 Specifications 9-08 Fuse replacement 8-24...
  • Page 262 Alphabetical index Replacement 8-30 Parking brake 4-04 Bulb capacity 8-26 Low fuel warning lamp 3-04 Parking brake stroke 8-16 Replacement 8-29 Lubricants 9-14 Personal box 5-39 Rear window demister switch 3-25 Luggage compartment lamp 5-37 Personal table 5-42 Rear-view mirror Bulb capacity 8-26 Position lamps Inside 4-06...
  • Page 263 Alphabetical index Making a luggage area 2-13 Towing 6-14 Vehicle weight 9-07 Second seat 2-07 Traction control function 4-23 Ventilators 5-02 Selector lever operation 4-15 TCL switch 4-24 Service precautions 8-02 Trailer towing 4-34 Skid control function 4-21 Transmission Snow tyres 8-14 Automatic transmission 4-15 Warning lamps 3-06 Spare wheel 6-08...

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