SunshadeSunshade  - Locking and unlocking - Mitsubishi ASX Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi ASX

• Never leave a child (or other person who might not be capable of safe operation WARNING

• Never leave a child (or other person who might not be capable of safe operation of the sunshade switch) in the vehicle alone.
• Before operating the sunshade, make sure that nothing can be trapped (head, hand, finger, etc.).
• Do not bring your head, hand, finger, etc. near the opening edge of the sunshade receptacle while the vehicle is in motion.

It may cause injury to your head, hand, finger, etc. in the event of sudden braking.

• Do not place heavy luggage on the panoramic glass roof. Doing so could damage CAUTION

• Do not place heavy luggage on the panoramic glass roof. Doing so could damage the glass roof.
• Do not hang heavy luggage from, allow a person to hang onto, or apply any other strong force to the opening of the sunshade receptacle or the parts between the ceiling and the sunshade opening on either side. Doing so could damage the sunshade.

• Release the switch as soon as the sunshade reaches the fully open or fully NOTE

• Release the switch as soon as the sunshade reaches the fully open or fully closed position.
• If the sunshade does not operate when the sunshade switch is operated, release the switch and check whether something is trapped by the sunshade. If nothing is trapped, we recommend you to have the sunshade checked.
• Operating the sunshade repeatedly with the engine stationary will run down the battery.

Operate the sunshade while the engine is running.

• Close the sunshade when parking the vehicle for a long time. Parking in the hot sun with the sunshade open will make the vehicle inside extremely hot.

The sunshade can only be operated with the ignition switch or the operation mode in ON

1- Open

1- Open
2- Close
3- Stop

To open, press the switch (1).

Press and hold the switch (1), the sunshade automatically opens. Release the switch once the sunshade starts moving automatically.

To stop the moving sunshade, press the switch (1), (2) or (3).

To close, press the switch (2).

Press and hold the switch (2), the sunshade automatically closes. Release the switch once the sunshade starts moving automatically.

To stop the moving sunshade, press the switch (1), (2) or (3).

Safety mechanism

If a hand or head is trapped in the closing sunshade, it will reopen automatically.

Nonetheless, make sure that nobody brings their head or hand near the sunshade when opening or closing.

The opened sunshade will become operational after a few seconds.

• The safety mechanism is cancelled just before the sunshade is fully closed. CAUTION

• The safety mechanism is cancelled just before the sunshade is fully closed. This allows the sunshade to close completely.

Therefore be especially careful that no fingers are trapped in the sunshade.

• The safety mechanism can be activated if the driving conditions or other circumstances NOTE

• The safety mechanism can be activated if the driving conditions or other circumstances cause the sunshade to be subjected to a physical shock similar to that caused by a trapped hand or head.

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