Fuel remaining display screenFuel remaining display screen  - Multi-information display - Instruments and controls - Mitsubishi ASX Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi ASX

This displays the amount of fuel remaining.

CAUTION

• For petrol-powered vehicles, do not run out of fuel, or the catalytic converter CAUTION

• For petrol-powered vehicles, do not run out of fuel, or the catalytic converter may be adversely affected.

If the warning display appears, refuel as soon as possible.

• For diesel-powered vehicles, do not drive with an extremely low fuel level; running out of fuel could cause damage to the fuel system.

• It may take several seconds to stabilise the display after refilling the tank. NOTE

• It may take several seconds to stabilise the display after refilling the tank.

• If fuel is added with the ignition switch or the operation mode is in ON, the fuel gauge may incorrectly indicate the fuel level.

Fuel lid mark

The arrow (A) indicates that the fuel tank filler is located on the left side of the body.

Fuel remaining warning display

When the fuel is reduced to about 10 litres, the information screen switches to the interrupt display of the fuel remaining warning display, and the flashes slowly (about once per second). After a few seconds, the information screen mark (B) on the fuel remaining display flashes slowly (about once per second). After a few seconds, the information screen returns from the fuel remaining warning display to the previous screen.

When the fuel is reduced further to about 5 litres, the information screen switches to the fuel remaining warning display and the flashes quickly (about twice per second). mark (B) on the fuel remaining display flashes quickly (about twice per second).

NOTE

• On inclines or curves, the display may be incorrect due to the movement of NOTE

• On inclines or curves, the display may be incorrect due to the movement of fuel in the tank.

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