Electric remote–controlled outside rear–view mirrors*Electric remote–controlled outside rear–view mirrors*  - Starting and driving - Mitsubishi Carisma Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Carisma

The outside rear–view mirrors can be operated when the ignition switch is in

The outside rear–view mirrors can be operated when the ignition switch is in the “ON” or “ACC” position.

Place the lever (A) to the same side as the mirror whose adjustment is desired.

L– Left outside rear–view mirror adjustment
R– Right outside rear–view mirror adjustment

NOTE

NOTE

After adjustments, return the lever to (position. Press the switch (B) to the left, right, up or down to adjust the mirror) position.
Press the switch (B) to the left, right, up or down to adjust the mirror position.

1- Up
2- Down
3- Right
4- Left

WARNING

(1) Do not attempt to adjust the rear– view mirror while driving. This can be dangerous. Always adjust the mirrors before driving.
(2) Your vehicle is equipped with convex type mirror on the driver’s side. Please take into consideration that objects you see in the mirror will look smaller and farther away compared to a normal flat mirror. Do not use this mirror to estimate distance of following vehicles when changing lanes.

NOTE

NOTE

The outside mirror can be folded in toward the side window to prevent damage when parking in narrow areas.

Mirror heater*

Mirror heater*

With the rear window demister switch (A) in the “ON” position, the outside rear–view mirrors are demisted or defrosted. Current will flow through the heater elements inside the mirrors, thus clearing away frost or condensation.

The indication lamp (A) will illuminate while the demister is on.

The heater will be turned off automatically in about 20 minutes.

Traction control (TCL)*

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