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Indicator and warning lamp list

1- Turn-signal indicator lamps/Hazard warning indicator lamps → P. 3-50.

1- Turn-signal indicator lamps/Hazard warning indicator lamps → P. 3-50.

2- High-beam indicator lamp → P. 3-50.

3- Diesel preheat indicator lamp → P. 3-50.

4- Position lamp indicator lamp → P. 3-51.

5- Front fog lamp indicator lamp → P. 3-50.

6- Seat belt warning lamp → P. 2-37.

7- Rear fog lamp indicator lamp → P. 3-50.

8- Anti-lock brake system (ABS) warning lamp → P. 4-33.

9- Charge warning lamp → P. 3-53.

10- Brake warning lamp → P. 3-51.

11- Cruise control indicator lamp → P. 4-42.

12- Supplemental restraint System (SRS) warning lamp → P. 2-70.

13- Check engine warning lamp → P. 3-55.

14- Information screen display list → P. 3-41.

Information screen display list

When there is information to be announced, such as lamp reminders, a sound is emitted and the screen switches to the displays shown below. Refer to the appropriate page and take the necessary measures.

When the cause of the warning display is eliminated, the warning display goes out automatically.

Refer to “Warning display list (when the ignition switch is “OFF”)”.

Refer to “Warning display list (when the ignition switch is “ON”)”.

Refer to “Other interrupt displays (when the ignition switch is “ON”)”.

NOTE:

● A warning may be displayed on the information screen and the buzzer may sound in the following rare cases.

This is caused by the system picking up interference such as noise or strong electromagnetic waves, and is not a functional problem.

• An extremely strong electromagnetic wave is received from a source such as an illegal radio set, a spark from a wire, or a radar station.

• Abnormal voltage or a static electricity discharge is generated by the operation of installed electrical equipment (including after-market parts).

If the warning display appears many times, we recommend you to consult a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point.

Warning display list (when the ignition switch is “OFF”)

Warning display list (when the ignition switch is “ON”)

Warning display list (when the ignition switch is “ON”)

Other interrupt displays (when the ignition switch is “ON”)

Other interrupt displays (when the ignition switch is “ON”)

The operation status of each system is displayed on the information screen. Refer

The operation status of each system is displayed on the information screen. Refer to the appropriate page for the system for further details.

Alerts the driver of the time for periodic inspection.

Alerts the driver of the time for periodic inspection.

The setting for rest interval can be changed.

The setting for rest interval can be changed.

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