Locking the doors and rear hatchLocking the doors and rear hatch  - To operate using the keyless operation function - Keyless operation system - Locking and unlocking - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

When you are carrying the keyless operation key, if you press the driver’s or front passenger’s door lock/unlock switch (A), or the rear hatch LOCK switch (B) within the operating range, the doors and the rear hatch are locked.

The turn-signal lamps will blink once.

Also refer to “Locking and unlocking: Doors, Central door locks, Rear hatch” on pages 1-26, 1-27 and 1-32.

Note

► 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 when all the doors and the rear hatch are locked using the keyless operation function.

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

► With a vehicle that has a Dead Lock System, pressing the driver’s or front passenger’s door lock/unlock switch (A), or the rear hatch LOCK switch (B) two times in succession causes the Dead Lock System to be set.

(Refer to “Setting the system”.)

► The keyless operation function does not operate under the following conditions:


• The keyless operation key is inside the vehicle.
• A door or the rear hatch is open or ajar.
• The ignition switch is not in the “LOCK” position.
• The emergency key is in the ignition switch.

► When checking if the vehicle is locked, press the rear hatch OPEN switch within about 3 seconds of locking the vehicle. If you wait longer than 3 seconds and press the rear hatch OPEN switch, the doors and rear hatch will be unlocked.

► The time allowed for checking that the vehicle is locked can be adjusted. For further information, please contact a 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.

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