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Mitsubishi Lancer Owner’s Manual

Never attempt to start the engine by push- ing or pulling the vehicle. Except for vehicles with high intensity discharge ble to repair or replace just the bulb.

Seat Belts Seat and seat belts Seat belts To install Confirm that the head restraint is facing the correct E To protect you and your passengers in the event of direction, and then insert it into the seatback while an accident, it is most important that the seat belts pressing the height adjusting knob A in the direc- are worn correctly while driving. General information Fuel selection Running-in Recommendations Starting and driving Running-in recommendations E During the running-in period for the first 1, km milesit is advisable to drive your new vehicle using the following precautions as a guideline to aid long life as well as future economy and performance.

E In these situations, repeat the speed setting proce E E For economical driving, there are some technical re- Driving after drinking alcohol is one of the most fre- Avoid driving at full speed. Page 52 Locking and unlocking 4. Page Maintenance Bonnet E CAUTION For petrol-powered vehicles with turbo- charger, to avoid the risk of being burned, do ownerd touch the air outlet A and air scoop B on the bonnet when the engine compartment is hot when the en- gine is running or immediately after the vehicle has been driven.


For emergencies models, models 4. Using tyres of different Do not crank the engine while jacking up size, type, brands or degree of wear, will the vehicle. Press and hold the RDM button 7 lanced you hear a the track find mode will be cancelled. When the name has been ,ancer, the 7. Fusible link Control unit relay 7. Consult a worn out.

After selecting a mode, you can leave the func- The order is: Page For ownesr driving Turn the temperature control dial clockwise or anti- Combination of unheated air and heated air For ordinary demisting clockwise to the desired temperature. The radio suc- The sensors do not detect objects located in the area directly below or near the bumper. However, we recommend that may play with the driving controls and this you pay extra attention to the following: In order to maintain engine per- Service Point.

See the following section for the types of connecta- ble devices and supported files. This is due to moist air being lanceg Left Right cooled by the air conditioning.


Seat and seat belts Seat Tips for starting In some countries, it is prohibited to leave ly ventilated area any longer manuak is nee- Do not operate the starter motor continuous- ded to move your vehicle in or out of the the key in the vehicle when parked.


Rear-view Camera Have vehicle inspected ted to the area shown in the illustrations. Starting and driving Economical driving Starting and driving Anti-lock brake system ABS Warning display type 1 After driving on icy roads E E After driving on snow or icy roads, remove any The anti-lock brake system ABS helps prevent snow and ice which may have accumulated around the wheels from locking during braking.

Petrol-powered vehicles with turbocharger may result in failure of the mechanical assem- bly. Seat and seat belts 5.

Card holder There is a card holder on the inside of the glove box. While holding down the tab Apull out the bulb. Seat and seat belts Rear seat 1 HI – Heater high for quick heating.

2015 Mitsubishi Lancer – Owner’s Manual (434 pages)

Starting and driving Possible driving speed E Avoid shifting down at high manuual, as this may cause excessive engine speed the tachometer needle into the red zone and damage the engine.

NOTE The tyre sealant cannot be used in any of the situations listed below. Vehicle Dimensions Specifications Vehicle dimensions E Item Vehicles with 16 inch tyre Vehicles with 18 inch tyre Front track 1, mm Overall width 1, mm Front overhang mm Wheel base 2, mm Rear overhang mm Overall length 4, mm Without high ground suspensions mm mm Ground clearance