If the lamp illuminates while drivingIf the lamp illuminates while driving  - Anti–lock brake system (ABS)* - Starting and driving - Mitsubishi Carisma Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Carisma

(1) Since there will always be a possibility of the vehicle becoming unstable when brakes are applied rapidly, ensure that brakes are applied gently and that high– speed driving is not attempted; furthermore, bring the vehicle to halt in a safe location.
Restart the engine and check to see whether the lamp goes out after a few minutes driving; if it then remains off during driving, there is no problem.
However, if the lamp does not go out, or if it lights up again when the vehicle is driven, have the vehicle checked by an authorized MITSUBISHI dealer as soon as possible.
(2) After starting the engine using jumper cables, if you attempt to drive the vehicle before the battery is sufficiently charged, the engine will run irregularly and the ABS warning lamp will illuminate indicating that the vehicle should not be driven.
This situation, however, is caused merely by insufficient battery voltage and is not an abnormal situation. If such a situation occurs, run the engine at idle for some time to charge the battery.

NOTE

NOTE

(1) Immediately after the vehicle starts moving after engine start up, a whining sound of a motor will be heard from the engine compartment, and if the brake pedal is depressed at that moment, a pulsating is felt. These sound and shock are due to the self–diagnosis operation of the ABS and does not indicate a malfunction.

(2) After driving on snowy roads, remove any snow and ice which may have become

(2) After driving on snowy roads, remove any snow and ice which may have become adhered to the wheel areas. When doing this, be careful not to damage the wheel speed sensors (A) and cables located at each wheel.

(3) The ABS becomes operative after the vehicle has accelerated to a speed in excess of approximately 10 km/h. It stops operating when the vehicle decelerates to a speed below approximately 5 km/h.

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