Keyless operation systemKeyless operation system  - Locking and unlocking - Mitsubishi Outlander Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Outlander

The keyless operation system allows you to lock and unlock the doors and tailgate and start the engine simply by carrying the keyless operation key with you.

The keyless operation key can also be used as the keyless entry system remote control switch.

Refer to “Keyless operation system: Keyless entry system”.

The driver should always carry the keyless operation key. This key is necessary for locking and unlocking the doors and tailgate, starting the engine and otherwise operating the vehicle, so before locking and leaving the vehicle, be sure to check that you have the keyless operation key.

WARNING:

● People with implantable cardiac pacemakers or implantable cardioverter-defibrillators should not go near the exterior transmitters (A) or the interior transmitters (B). The radio waves used by the keyless operation system could adversely affect implantable cardiac pacemakers or implantable cardioverter-defibrillators.

WARNING:

WARNING:

● When using electromedical devices other than implantable cardiac pacemakers or implantable cardioverter-defibrillators, contact the electromedical device manufacturer ahead of time to determine the affects of radio waves on the devices. Electromedical device operations could be affected by radio waves.

● The keyless operation system can be disabled. For further information, please contact your authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer.

You can limit the possible operations of the keyless operation system in the following ways.(The keyless operation system can be used as a keyless entry system). Please consult an authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer.

• You can limit operations to locking and unlocking the doors and tailgate.

• You can limit operations to starting the engine.

When keyless operation system operations are modified, the transmitters operate as follows.

• Only locking and unlocking doors: exterior transmitter and interior transmitter • Only starting the engine: interior transmitter

NOTE:

● The keyless operation key uses an ultra-weak electromagnetic wave. In the following cases, the keyless operation system may not operate properly or may be unstable.

• When there is equipment nearby that emits strong radio waves, such as: a TV transmitting tower, a power station, a radio broadcasting station or an airport.

• The keyless operation system is carried together with a communications device such as a cellular phone or radio set, or with an electronic device such as a personal computer.

• The keyless operation key is touching or covered by a metal object.

• A keyless entry system is being used nearby.

• When the keyless operation key battery is worn out.

• When the keyless operation key is set down in an area with strong radio waves or noise.

In such cases, use the emergency key.

Refer to “To operate without using the keyless operation function”.

• Because the keyless operation key receives signals in order to communicate with the transmitters in the vehicle, the battery continually wears down regardless of keyless operation key use. The battery life is 1 to 3 years, depending on usage conditions. When the battery wears out, have it replaced at your authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer.

● Because the keyless operation key continually receives signals, strong radio wave reception could affect battery wear. Do not leave the key near a TV, personal computer, or other electronic device.

Operating range of the keyless operation system

If you are carrying the keyless operation key, enter the operating range of the keyless operation system, and operate a door or tailgate switch or handle, the ID code for your key is verified.

You can only lock and unlock the doors and tailgate and start the engine if the ID codes of your keyless operation key and the vehicle match.

NOTE:

NOTE:

● If the keyless operation key battery is wearing out or there are strong electromagnetic waves or noise present, the operating range may become smaller and operation may become unstable.

Operating range for locking and unlocking the doors and tailgate

The operating range is about 70 cm from the driver’s door, front passenger’s door, and tailgate handle.

: Forward direction

: Forward direction

: Operating range

: Operating range

NOTE:

● Locking and unlocking are only possible when the door or tailgate is operated while the keyless operation key is being detected.

● Operation may not be possible if you are too close to the front door, door window, or tailgate.

● Even if the keyless operation key is within 70 cm of the driver’s door, front passenger’s door, or tailgate handle, if the key is near to the ground or high up, the system may not operate.

● If the keyless operation key is within the operating range, even someone not carrying the key can lock and unlock the doors and tailgate by operating the driver’s door, front passenger’s door, or tailgate.

Operating range for starting the engine

The operating range is the interior of the vehicle.

: Forward direction

: Forward direction

: Operating range

: Operating range

NOTE:

● Even if it is within the operating range, if the keyless operation key is in a small item holder such as the glove box, on top of the instrument panel, door pocket or in the luggage area, it may be impossible to start the engine.

● If you are too close to the door or door window, the engine may start even though the keyless operation key is outside the vehicle.

To operate using the keyless operation function

Locking the doors and tailgate

When you are carrying the keyless operation key, if you press the “LOCK” switch

When you are carrying the keyless operation key, if you press the “LOCK” switch (A) on the driver’s door, front passenger’s door, or tailgate within the operating range, the doors and the tailgate are locked.

Also refer to “Locking and unlocking: Doors, Central door locks, tailgate” on pages 1-35, 1-38, 1-43.

NOTE:

NOTE:

● The keyless operation function does not operate under the following conditions:

• The keyless operation key is inside the vehicle.

• A door or the tailgate is open or ajar.

• The ignition switch is not in the “LOCK” position.

• The emergency key is in the ignition switch.

● When checking that the vehicle is locked, pull on the door or tailgate handle within about 3 seconds of locking the vehicle. If you wait longer than 3 seconds and pull on one of the handles, the doors and tailgate will be unlocked.

The time allowed for checking that the vehicle is locked can be adjusted. For further information, please contact your authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer.

Unlocking the doors and tailgate

When you are carrying the keyless operation key, if you grip the handle on the

When you are carrying the keyless operation key, if you grip the handle on the driver’s door or front passenger’s door or pull on the tailgate handle within the operating range, all the doors and the tailgate are unlocked.

Also refer to “Locking and unlocking: Doors, Central door locks, tailgate” on pages 1-35, 1-38, 1-43.

NOTE:

● The keyless operation function does not operate under the following conditions:

• The keyless operation key is inside the vehicle.

• A door or the tailgate is open or ajar.

• The ignition switch is not in the “LOCK” position.

• The emergency key is in the ignition switch.

● In order to make it possible to check that the doors and tailgate are locked, you cannot unlock them for 3 seconds after locking them.

● The time allowed for checking that the vehicle is locked can be adjusted. For further information, please contact your authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer.

● To unlock, securely grip the sensor (B) on the rear of a door handle, check that the doors and tailgate have been unlocked, and then pull on the handle (A). Unlocking may be delayed or prevented under the following conditions:

• You do not touch the sensor on the rear of the handle.

• You touch the sensor on the rear of the handle wearing gloves such as leather gloves or ski gloves.

• You are also carrying objects such as a keyless operation key for another vehicle, a communications device that emits electromagnetic waves, or an electronic device.

NOTE:

NOTE:

● If you pull on the door handle too quickly, it may not unlock. If this happens, grip the handle again, check that the doors and tailgate have been unlocked, and then pull on the handle.

● If the keyless operation key is within the operating range of the exterior transmitter and a carwash or strong rain gets a large amount of water on the door handle, the keyless operation system may be triggered and the vehicle unlocked. If this happens, the vehicle is automatically locked again after about 30 seconds.

Operation confirmation when locking and unlocking

Operation can be confirmed as shown below. However, the room lamp will only illuminate if the room lamp switch is in the “DOOR” position.

When locking: The turn-signal lamps blink once and the buzzer sounds once.

When unlocking: The room lamp illuminates for about 15 seconds, the turn-signal lamps blink twice, and the buzzer sounds twice.

NOTE:

● Functions can be modified as stated below. For further information, please contact your authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer.

• Set the confirmation function (flashing of the turn-signal lamps) to operate only when the vehicle is locked or only when the vehicle is unlocked.

• Disable the operation confirmation function (flashing of the turn-signal lamps) and buzzer.

• Change the number of blinks for the operation confirmation function (blinks of the turn-signal lamps).

• Make the buzzer sound if the keyless operation key is taken out of the vehicle with all the doors and the tailgate closed.

Retracing the outside rear-view mirrors

Within 30 seconds of locking the doors and tailgate using the LOCK switch, press the LOCK switch twice rapidly to fold the door mirrors.

Closing the door windows

Within 30 seconds of locking the doors using the LOCK switch, press the LOCK switch, again more than 1 second to close all of the windows.

NOTE:

● The switch operations for the door and tailgate can be changed as follows. For further information, please contact your authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer.

• Disable the “Close” operation of the sunroof and electric window control.

• Link the outside rear-view mirror retraction to door locking.

Electronic immobiliser (Anti-theft startingsystem)

The electronic immobiliser is designed to significantly reduce the possibility of vehicle theft. The purpose of the system is to immobilise the vehicle if an invalid start is attempted. A valid start attempt can only be achieved (subject to certain conditions) using a keyless operation system and Emergency key “registered” to the immobiliser system.

All of the keys provided with your new vehicle have been programmed to the vehicle’s electronics. Refer to “Keyless operation system : Ignition switch”, 1-27.

Ignition switch

In order to prevent theft, the engine will not start unless a preregistered keyless

In order to prevent theft, the engine will not start unless a preregistered keyless operation key is used. (Engine immobiliser function) If you are carrying the keyless operation key, you can start the engine by turning the ignition switch.

Also refer to “Starting and driving: Starting the engine”.

LOCK (PUSH OFF)

The position where the steering wheel is locked.

LOCK (PUSH ON)

When the ID code verification inside the vehicle produces a match, the steering wheel lock is released and the ignition switch can be turned.

ACC

The engine is stopped, but the audio system and other electric devices can be operated.

ON

The engine is running, and all the vehicle’s electrical devices can be operated.

START

The starter motor operates. Once the engine starts, let go of the key. The key will automatically return to the “ON” position.

NOTE:

● Your vehicle equipped with an electronic immobiliser, to start the engine, the ID code which the transponder inside the key sends must match the one registered to the immobiliser computer (refer to “Electronic immobiliser (Antitheft starting system)”).

When turning from “LOCK” (PUSH OFF) to “ACC”

Push the ignition switch and then turn it slowly.

A- Steering wheel locked.

A- Steering wheel locked.

B- Steering wheel released.

NOTE:

● If the ignition switch does not turn from “LOCK” (PUSH OFF) to “ACC”, press the ignition switch again, lightly move the steering wheel left and right, and then turn the ignition switch.

● The ignition switch cannot be turned if the keyless operation key is not in the vehicle.

Refer to “Operating range for starting the engine”.

When turning from “ACC” to “LOCK”

Put the gearshift lever into the “N” (Neutral) position, and slowly turn the

Put the gearshift lever into the “N” (Neutral) position, and slowly turn the ignition switch while pushing until it is in the “LOCK” position.

CAUTION:

● Do not remove the ignition key from the ignition switch while driving. The steering wheel will be locked, causing loss of control.

● If the engine is stopped while driving, the brake servomechanism will cease to function and braking efficiency will deteriorate. Also, the power steering system will not function and it will require greater manual effort to operate the steering.

● Do not leave the ignition switch in the “ON” position for a long time when the engine is not running, doing so will cause the battery to be discharged.

● Do not turn the ignition switch to the “START” position when the engine is running, doing so could damage the starter motor.

Warning activation

In order to prevent vehicle theft or the accidental operation of the keyless operation system, the buzzer and the display on the information screen in the multi-information display are used to alert the driver.

If a warning is activated, always check the vehicle and the keyless operation key. The warning is also displayed if there is a fault in the keyless operation system.

If any of the following warnings are activated, please contact an authorised

If any of the following warnings are activated, please contact an authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer.

In the following cases, a warning is activated, but it can be cancelled if the

In the following cases, a warning is activated, but it can be cancelled if the correct actions are followed.

● The ID codes for the keyless operation key and the vehicle do not match.

● Even though you press a door or tailgate “LOCK” switch, the doors and tailgate

● Even though you press a door or tailgate “LOCK” switch, the doors and tailgate are not locked.

Keyless operation key take-out monitoring system

Keyless operation key take-out monitoring system

When the ignition switch is in any position other than “LOCK” (PUSH OFF) and

When the ignition switch is in any position other than “LOCK” (PUSH OFF) and you open any of the doors and take the keyless operation key out from the vehicle and the keyless operation key and vehicle ID codes cannot be matched, a warning is given by the “CONFIRM KEY LOCATION” display and the buzzer buzzing four times.

NOTE:

● If you take the keyless operation key out of the vehicle through a window without opening a door, the keyless operation key take-out monitoring system does not operate.

● It is possible to change the setting to make the keyless operation key take-out monitoring system operate if you take the keyless operation key out from the vehicle through a window without opening a door. For further information, please contact your authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer.

● Even if you have the keyless operation key within the engine start operating range, if the keyless operation key and vehicle ID codes cannot be matched, for example due to the ambient environment or electromagnetic conditions, the warning may be activated.

Key lock-in prevention system

When the ignition switch is in the “LOCK” (PUSH OFF) position, if you close all

When the ignition switch is in the “LOCK” (PUSH OFF) position, if you close all the doors and the tailgate with the keyless operation key left in the vehicle and you try to lock the doors and tailgate by pressing one of the “LOCK” switches, a warning is issued with the “CONFIRM KEY LOCATION” display and the buzzer buzzing for about 3 seconds and you cannot lock the doors and tailgate.

Door ajar prevention system

When the ignition switch is in the “LOCK” (PUSH OFF) position, if you try to

When the ignition switch is in the “LOCK” (PUSH OFF) position, if you try to lock the doors and tailgate by pressing one of the “LOCK” switches when one of the doors or the tailgate is not completely closed, a warning is issued with the “CHECK DOORS” display and the buzzer buzzing for about 3 seconds and you cannot lock the doors and tailgate.

Ignition switch turn-off reminder system

When the ignition switch is in any position other than the “LOCK” (PUSH OFF)

When the ignition switch is in any position other than the “LOCK” (PUSH OFF) position, if you close all the doors and the tailgate then try to lock the doors and tailgate by pressing one of the “LOCK” switches, a warning is issued with the “STEERING WHEEL LOCK” display and the buzzer buzzing for about 3 seconds and you cannot lock the doors and tailgate.

Steering wheel lock

To lock

Turn the steering wheel until it is locked.

To unlock

Turn the ignition switch to the “ACC” position while moving the steering wheel

Turn the ignition switch to the “ACC” position while moving the steering wheel slightly right and left.

CAUTION:

● Remove the ignition switch when leaving the vehicle.

Starting

Tips for starting

● Do not operate the starter motor continuously longer than 10 seconds; doing so could run down the battery. If the engine does not start, turn the ignition switch back to “LOCK”, wait a few seconds, and then try again.

Trying repeatedly with the starter motor still turning will damage the starter mechanism.

WARNING:

● Never run the engine in a closed or poorly ventilated area any longer than is needed to move your vehicle in or out of the area. Carbon monoxide gases are odourless and can be fatal.

CAUTION:

● Never attempt to start the engine by pushing or pulling the vehicle.

● Do not run the engine at high rpm or drive the vehicle at high speed until the engine has had a chance to warm up.

● Release the ignition switch as soon as the engine starts to avoid damaging the starter motor.

● If your vehicle is equipped with a turbocharger, do not stop the engine immediately after operating the vehicle at high speeds. Allow the engine to idle for approximately 60 seconds or more to give the turbocharger a chance to cool down.

Starting the engine

1. Fasten the seat belt.

2. Apply the parking brake.

3. Depress and hold the brake pedal.

4. Depress the clutch pedal all the way and place the gearshift lever in the “N” (Neutral) position.

5. Turn the ignition switch to the “ON” position.

5. Turn the ignition switch to the “ON” position.

The diesel preheat indicator lamp will first illuminate, and then after a short time go out, indicating that preheating is completed.

NOTE:

● If the engine is cold, the diesel preheat indicator lamp is on for a longer time.

● When the engine has not been started within about 5 seconds after the diesel preheat indicator lamp went out, return the ignition key to the “LOCK” position. Then, turn the key to the “ON” position to preheat the engine again.

● When the engine is warm, the diesel preheat indicator lamp does not come on even if the ignition key is placed in the “ON” position.

Start the engine by turning the ignition key right to the “START” position.

6. Turn the ignition switch to the “START” position without depressing the accelerator pedal, and release it when the engine starts.

NOTE:

● A ticking noise may be heard after starting the engine.

This is not an abnormal condition. The noise will disappear after a short time of engine running.

If the ticking noise continues after the engine is warmed up, please contact your authorized MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer.

To operate without using the keyless operation function

Emergency key

The emergency key is built into the keyless operation key. If the keyless operation

The emergency key is built into the keyless operation key. If the keyless operation function cannot be used, for example because the keyless operation key battery has worn out or the vehicle battery is flat, you can lock and unlock the doors and start the engine with the emergency key. Take the emergency key out of the keyless operation key and use it.

NOTE:

● Only use the emergency key for emergencies. If the keyless operation key battery wears out, replace it as quickly as possible so that you can use the keyless operation key.

● After using the emergency key, always return it into the keyless operation key.

● The glove box can only be locked or unlocked with the emergency key. When leaving your key at a hotel reception or lending your vehicle to someone else, take out the emergency key as necessary and hand over only the keyless operation key.

Locking and unlocking the doors

Turning the emergency key in the forward direction locks the doors, and turning it in the rear direction unlocks the doors.

Also refer to “Locking and unlocking: Doors”.

1- Lock.

1- Lock.

2- Unlock.

Electronic immobiriser (Anti-theft startingsystem)

The electronic immobiriser is designed to significantly reduce the possibility of vehicle theft. The purpose of the system is to immobilise the vehicle if an invalid start is attempted. A valid start attempt can only be achieved (subject to certain conditions) using a keyless operation system and emergency key “registered” to the immobiriser system.

All of the keys provided with your new vehicle have been programmed to the vehicle’s electronics. Refer to “Keyless operation system : Ignition switch” on page1-35,1-27.

Ignition switch

In order to prevent theft, the engine will not start unless a preregistered

In order to prevent theft, the engine will not start unless a preregistered emergency key is used (engine immobiliser function)

Also refer to “Starting and driving: Starting the engine”.

LOCK

The engine is off and the steering wheel is locked. The emergency key can be inserted and removed in this position.

ACC

The electrical accessories can be used with the engine off.

ON

The engine runs and all electrical accessories can be used.

NOTE:

● Your vehicle equipped with an electronic immobiliser, to start the engine, the ID code which the transponder inside the key sends must match the one registered to the immobiliser computer (refer to “Electronic immobiliser (Antitheft starting system)”).

When turning from “LOCK” to “ACC”

1. Take the emergency key out of the keyless operation key.

1. Take the emergency key out of the keyless operation key.

Refer to “Emergency keys”.

2. Remove the ignition switch cover while pressing the lock release buttons (A).

3. Insert the emergency key into the ignition switch, and turn slowly while pushing.

3. Insert the emergency key into the ignition switch, and turn slowly while pushing.

NOTE:

● If the ignition switch will not turn from the “LOCK” to the “ACC” position, lightly turn the steering wheel right and left while turning the ignition switch.

When turning from “ACC” to “LOCK”

1. While pushing the ignition switch, turn to the “LOCK” position and pull out the key.

2. Install the ignition switch cover.

3. Return the emergency key into the keyless operation key.

NOTE:

● When not using the emergency key, always install the ignition switch cover. Otherwise, there is a danger of dirt or dust getting into the keyhole of the ignition switch and causing a malfunction.

CAUTION:

● Do not remove the emergency key from the ignition switch while driving. The steering wheel will be locked, causing loss of control.

● If the engine is stopped while driving, the brake servomechanism will cease to function and braking efficiency will deteriorate. Also, the power steering system will not function and it will require greater manual effort to operate the steering.

● Do not leave the emergency key in the “ON” position for a long time when the engine is not running, doing so will cause the battery to be discharged.

● Do not turn the emergency key to the “START” position when the engine is running, doing so could damage the starter motor.

Steering wheel lock

To lock

Turn the emergency key to the “LOCK” position.

Turn the steering wheel until it is locked.

To unlock

Turn the emergency key to the “ACC” position while moving the steering wheel

Turn the emergency key to the “ACC” position while moving the steering wheel slightly right and left.

CAUTION:

● Remove the emergency key when leaving the vehicle.

In some countries, it is prohibited to leave the key on the vehicle when parked.

Starting

Tips for starting

● Do not operate the starter motor continuously longer than 10 seconds; doing so could run down the battery. If the engine does not start, turn the ignition switch back to “LOCK”, wait a few seconds, and then try again.

Trying repeatedly with the starter motor still turning will damage the starter mechanism.

WARNING:

● Never run the engine in a closed or poorly ventilated area any longer than is needed to move your vehicle in or out of the area. Carbon monoxide gases are odourless and can be fatal.

CAUTION:

● Never attempt to start the engine by pushing or pulling the vehicle.

● Do not run the engine at high rpm or drive the vehicle at high speed until the engine has had a chance to warm up.

● Release the emergency key as soon as the engine starts to avoid damaging the starter motor.

● If your vehicle is equipped with a turbocharger, do not stop the engine immediately after operating the vehicle at high speeds. Allow the engine to idle for approximately 60 seconds or more to give the turbocharger a chance to cool down.

Starting the engine

1. Fasten the seat belt.

2. Apply the parking brake.

3. Depress and hold the brake pedal.

4. Depress the clutch pedal all the way and place the gearshift lever in the “N” (Neutral) position.

5. Turn the emergency key to the “ON” position.

5. Turn the emergency key to the “ON” position.

The diesel preheat indicator lamp will first illuminate, and then after a short time go out, indicating that preheating is completed.

NOTE:

● If the engine is cold, the diesel preheat indicator lamp is on for a longer time.

● When the engine has not been started within about 5 seconds after the diesel preheat indicator lamp went out, return the ignition key to the “LOCK” position. Then, turn the key to the “ON” position to preheat the engine again.

● When the engine is warm, the diesel preheat indicator lamp does not come on even if the ignition key is placed in the “ON” position.

Start the engine by turning the ignition key right to the “START” position.

6. Turn the emergency key to the “START” position without depressing the accelerator pedal, and release it when the engine starts.

NOTE:

● A ticking noise may be heard after starting the engine. this is not an abnormal condition. The noise will disappear after a short time of engine running.

If the ticking noise continues after the engine is warmed up, please contact your authorized MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer.

Keyless entry system

Press the remote control switch, and all doors and the tailgate will be locked or unlocked as desired. It is also possible to operate the mirrors, electric window.

1- LOCKswitch.

1- LOCK2- UNLOCKswitch.switch.

2- UNLOCK3- Indicator lamp.switch.

3- Indicator lamp.

To lock

Press the LOCK switch (1). All the doors and the tailgate will be locked. If the room lamp switch is in the middle position (DOOR) at time, the room lamp and the turn-signal lamps will blink once.

NOTE:

● With a vehicle that has a Dead Lock System, pressing the Lock switch (1) two times in succession causes the Dead Lock System to be set (refer to “Setting the system”).

To unlock

Press the UNLOCK switch (2). All the doors and the tailgate will be unlocked. If the room lamp switch is in the middle position (DOOR) at this time, the room lamp will come on for approximately 15 seconds and the turn-signal lamps will blink twice.

NOTE:

● The indicator lamp (3) comes on each time a switch is pressed.

● If the UNLOCK switch (2) is pressed and no door or tailgate is opened within approximately 30 seconds: relocking will automatically occur.

● It is possible to modify functions as follows:

For further information, please contact your authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer.

• The time from pressing of the UNLOCK switch (2) to the moment of autmatic locking can be changed.

• The confirmation function (blinking of the turn-signal lamps) can be set to operate only when the doors and tailgate are locked or only when the doors and tailgate are unlocked.

• The confirmation function (this indicates locking or unlocking of the doors and tailgate with the blink of the turn-signal lamps ) can be deactivated.

• The number of times the turn-signal lamps are blinked by the confirmation function can be changed.

Opertion of the Dead Lock System

With a vehicle that has a Dead Lock System, it is possible to set the Dead Lock System using the remote controller (refer to “Dead Lock System”).

Operation of the door windows

To close

Within 30 seconds of locking the doors using the LOCK switch (1), press the LOCK switch, again more than 1 second to close all of the windows.

To stop the windows part-way, press the LOCK switch again or press the UNLOCK switch (2).

WARNING:

● Before closing the door windows by using the remote control switch of the keyless entry system or the keyless operation system, for safety, make sure that no one is around the door windows. There is a danger of their hands or fingers being trapped and injured.

Operation of the outside rear-view mirrors

To fold

Within 30 seconds of locking the doors and tailgate using the LOCK switch (1), press the LOCK switch twice rapidly to fold the door mirrors.

To extend

Within 30 seconds of unlocking the doors and tailgate using the UNLOCK switch (2), press the UNLOCK switch twice rapidly to return the door mirrors to their extended positions.

NOTE:

● The remote control switch can be modified as stated below. Please consult your authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer.

• Disable the “Close” operation of the electric window control.

• Add an electric window control “Open” function.

• Link the outside rear-view mirror retraction and extension to door locking and unlocking.

● The keyless entry system does not operate in the following conditions:

• The key is left in the key cylinder.

• The door or tailgate is open.

● The remote control switch will operate within about 4 m from the vehicle. However, the operating range of the remote control switch may change if the vehicle is located near power station, or radio/TV broadcasting station.

● If either of the following problems occur, the battery may be exhausted. Have the battery replaced by an authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer.

• The remote control switch is operated at the correct distance from the vehicle, but the doors and tailgate are not locked/unlocked in response.

• The indicator lamp (3) is dim or does not come on.

● If you remote control switch is lost or damaged, please contact your authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer for a replacement remote control switch.

● If you wish to add remote control switch, please contact your authorised MITSUBISHI MOTORS dealer.

A maximum of 4 remote control switches are available for your vehicle.

CAUTION:

● Do not leave the remote control switch in direct sunlight to prevent damage by overheating.

● The remote control switch is a precision electronic device. Therefore, • Avoid knocking the remote control switch hard against other objects or dropping it.

• Keep the remote control switch dry.

• Do not disassemble the remote control switch.

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