Turn-signal leverTurn-signal lever  - Instruments and controls - Mitsubishi Outlander Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Outlander

1- Turn-signals.

1- Turn-signals.

When making a normal turn, use position (1). The lever will return automatically when cornering is completed.

2- Lane-change signals.

When moving the lever to (2) slightly to change a lane, the side turn-signal lamps and indicator lamp in the instrument cluster will only flash while the lever is operated.

Also, when you move the lever to (2) slightly then release it, the side turn-signal lamps and indicator lamp in the instrument cluster will flash three times.

NOTE:

● If the lamp flashes unusually quickly, the bulb in a turnsignal lamp may have burned out. We recommend you to have the vehicle inspected.

● It is possible to activate the following functions. 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.

• Flashing of the turn-signal lamps when the lever is operated with the ignition switch in the “ACC” position

• Deactivate the turn-signal lamp 3-flash function for lane changes

● You can adjust the time required to operate the lever for the 3-flash function.

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

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