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

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 outside rear-view mirrors.

1- LOCK () switch

1- LOCK () switch

2- UNLOCK () switch

3- Indication lamp

To lock

Press the LOCK switch (1). All the doors and the tailgate will be locked. The turn-signal lamps will blink once when the doors and the tailgate are locked.

• With a vehicle that has a Dead Lock System, pressing the LOCK switch (1) two 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 front room lamp switch is in the “DOOR” position or the rear room lamp switch (except for vehicles equipped with the sunshade) is in the middle (·) position at this time, the room lamp will come on for approximately 15 seconds and the turn-signal lamps will blink twice.

Depending on the vehicle model, the position and tail lamps can also be set to turn on for approximately 30 seconds.

Refer to “Instruments and controls: Welcome light”.

• Except for vehicles equipped with a Dead Lock System, the door and tailgate NOTE

• Except for vehicles equipped with a Dead Lock System, the door and tailgate unlock function can be set so that only the driver’s door unlocks when the UNLOCK switch (2) is pressed once.

If the door and tailgate unlock function is set to work as described above, all the doors and the tailgate unlock when the UNLOCK switch is pressed two times in succession.

Refer to “Setting of door and tailgate unlock function”.

• The indication 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 MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorized 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.

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

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

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

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

Operation of the Dead Lock System

In 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 outside rear-view mirrors (Vehicles equipped with mirror retractor switch)

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 outside rear-view 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 outside rear-view mirrors to their extended positions.

The outside rear-view mirrors are not initially set to work as described above. If you want them to work as described above, you need to set them so that they do not retract/extend when the doors and tailgate are locked/unlocked using the keyless entry system or keyless operation system.

Refer to “Starting and driving: Outside rear-view mirrors”.

For details, please consult a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorized Service Point.

In a vehicle equipped with the MITSUBISHI Multi- Communication System (MMCS), it is possible to change the setting by means of screen operations.

Refer to the separate owner’s manual for details.

• For vehicles equipped with the mirror retractor switch, the outside rear-view NOTE

• For vehicles equipped with the mirror retractor switch, the outside rear-view mirrors automatically retract or extend when all the doors and tailgate are locked or unlocked using the remote control switches of the keyless entry system.

Refer to “Starting and driving: Outside rearview mirrors”.

• The keyless entry system does not operate when one of the doors or the tailgate is open.

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

• If either of the following problems occurs, the battery may be exhausted.

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

For further information, please contact your MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorized Service Point.

If you replace the battery yourself, refer to “Procedure for replacing the remote control switch battery”.

• If your remote control switch is lost or damaged, please contact your MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorized Service Point for a replacement remote control switch.

• If you wish to add a remote control switch, please contact your MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorized Service Point. A maximum of 4 remote control switches are available for your vehicle.

Setting of door and tailgate unlock function (Except for vehicles equipped with a Dead Lock System)

The door and tailgate unlock function can be set to the following two conditions.

Each time the door and tailgate unlock function is set, a chime will sound to tell you the condition of the door and tailgate unlock function.

1. Put the operation mode in OFF.

1. Put the operation mode in OFF.
2. Place the combination headlamps and dipper switch in the “OFF” position, and leave the driver’s door open.
3. Press and hold the LOCK switch (1) for 4 to 10 seconds and then also press the UNLOCK switch (2) during this time.
4. Release in sequence the LOCK and UNLOCK switches within 10 seconds of pressing the LOCK switch in step 3.

• On vehicles equipped with MITSUBISHI Multi-Communication System (MMCS), screen NOTE

• 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.

Procedure for replacing the remote control switch battery

1. With the MITSUBISHI mark facing you, insert the cloth-covered tip of a straight blade (or minus) screwdriver into the notch in the case and use it to open the case.

NOTE

• Be sure to perform the procedure with the MITSUBISHI mark facing you. If the NOTE

• Be sure to perform the procedure with the MITSUBISHI mark facing you. If the MITSUBISHI mark is not facing you when you open the case, the transmitter may come out.

2. Remove the old battery.
3. Install a new battery with the + side (A) up.

4. Close the case firmly.

4. Close the case firmly.
5. Check the keyless operation function to see that it works.

• You may purchase a replacement battery at an electric appliance store. NOTE

• You may purchase a replacement battery at an electric appliance store.
• A MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorized Service Point can replace the battery for you if you prefer.

• When the remote control switch case is opened, be careful to keep water, CAUTION

• When the remote control switch case is opened, be careful to keep water, dust, etc. out. Also, do not touch the internal components.

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