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Headlamps

NOTE:

● Do not leave the lights on for a long time while the engine is stationary (not running). A rundown battery could result.

● When it rains, or when the vehicle has been washed, the inside of the lens sometimes becomes foggy, but this does not indicate a functional problem.

When the lamp is switched on, the heat will remove the fog. However, if water gathers inside the lamp, we recommend you to have checked.

Rotate the switch to turn on the lamps.

Rotate the switch to turn on the lamps.

NOTE:

● If the front fog lamps (if so equipped) turn on when they are supposed to with the switch in the “AUTO” position, the lamps turn off automatically with the engine switch off.

● Do not place anything on the automatic light sensor (A), and do not clean with a glass cleaner.

● If the lamps do not turn on or off with the switch in the “AUTO” position,

● If the lamps do not turn on or off with the switch in the “AUTO” position, manually operate the switch and we recommend you to have your vehicle checked.

Vehicles with Daytime Running Lamp

When the engine is running and the lamp switch is set to the “AUTO” or “OFF” position, the low beam of the headlamps, tail lamp etc., will illuminate.

Lamps (headlamps, fog lamp, etc.) auto-cutout function

● If, while the lamp switch is in the “ ” position, the ignition switch is turned to the “LOCK” position or “ACC” position, or the key is removed from the ignition switch, the lamps automatically go out when the driver’s door is opened.

[When the engine was started using the key].

• If the key is removed and the driver’s door is opened, a buzzer sounds at a high pitch intermittently to remind the driver to turn off the lamps.

[When the engine was started using the keyless operation function].

• If the ignition switch is turned to the “LOCK” position and the driver’s door is opened, a buzzer sounds at a high pitch intermittently to remind the driver to turn off the lamps.

● If the ignition switch is turned to the “LOCK” position or “ACC” position, or the key is removed from the ignition switch, while the lamp switch is in the “ ” position, the lamps will remain on for about 3 minutes while the driver’s door is shut and will then automatically go out.

NOTE:

● The lamp auto-cutout will not function when the lamp switch is in the “ ” position.

● The lamp auto-cutout function can also be disabled.

For further information, we recommend you to consult a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorised Service Point.

On vehicles equipped with Mitsubishi Multi-Communication System (MMCS), screen operations can be used to make the adjustment. Refer to the separate owner’s manual for details.

When you want to keep the lamps on:

● Turn the lamp switch in the “OFF” position while the ignition switch is in the “LOCK” or “ACC” position.

● Turn on the lamps with the switch in the “ ” or “ ” position again, then the lamps will remain on.

NOTE:

● When the engine was started using the key, if the driver’s door is opened and the key is removed, the lamp reminder buzzer sounds at a high pitch intermittently.

The buzzer stops when the driver’s door is closed (the warning is also displayed on the multi-information display).

● When the engine was started using the keyless operation function, if the driver’s door is opened and the ignition switch is in the “LOCK” position, the lamp reminder buzzer sounds at a high pitch intermittently.

The buzzer stops when the driver’s door is closed (the warning is also displayed on the multi-information display).

Lamp monitor buzzer

[When the engine was started using the key].

If the driver’s door is opened when the key is in the “LOCK” or “ACC” position or removed from the ignition switch while the lamps are on, a buzzer will sound to remind the driver to turn off the lamps.

[When the engine was started using the keyless operation function].

If, while the lamps are illuminated, the ignition switch is set to the “LOCK” or “ACC” position, or the driver’s door is opened with the ignition switch set to the “LOCK” position, a buzzer will sound to remind the driver to turn off the lamps.

In both cases, the buzzer will automatically stop if the auto-cutoff function is activated.

Dipper (High/Low beam change)

When the lamp switch is in the “ ” position, the beam changes from high to low

When the lamp switch is in the “ ” position, the beam changes from high to low (or low to high) each time the lever is pulled fully (1). While the high beam is on, the high beam indicator lamp in the instrument cluster will also illuminate.

Headlamp flasher

The high beams flash when the lever is pulled slightly (2), and will go off when it is released.

When the high beam is on, the high beam indicator lamp in the instrument cluster will illuminate.

NOTE:

● The high beams can also flash when the lamp switch is OFF.

● If you turn the lamps off with the headlamps set to highbeam, the headlamps are automatically returned to their low-beam setting when the lamp switch is next turned to the “ ” position.

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