Unlocking the doors and rear hatchUnlocking 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 OPEN switch (B) within the operating range, all the doors and the rear hatch are unlocked. If the front room lamp switch (if so equipped) is in the “DOOR” position or the rear room lamp switch (except for vehicles equipped with the sunroof) is in the middle (•) position at this time, the room lamp will turn on for 15 seconds. The turn-signal lamps will blink twice.

If the driver’s or front passenger’s door lock/unlock switch is pressed and any of the doors or rear hatch is not opened within approximately 30 seconds, relocking will automatically occur.

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 extend when all the doors and rear hatch are unlocked using the keyless operation function.

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

► For vehicles equipped with the central door lock switch, the keyless operation function can be set so that only the driver’s door unlocks when the driver’s door lock/unlock switch is pressed.

If the keyless operation function is set to work as described above, all the doors and the rear hatch unlock when the driver’s door lock/unlock switch is pressed two times in succession.

Refer to “Setting of door and rear hatch unlock function”.

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

► In order to make it possible to check if the doors and rear hatch are locked, you cannot unlock them by using the rear hatch OPEN switch for 3 seconds after locking them.

► The time between unlocking and automatic locking can be adjusted. Consult 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.

Operation can be confirmed as shown below. However, the room lamp will only illuminate if the front room lamp switch (if so equipped) is in the “DOOR” position or the rear room lamp switch (except for vehicles equipped with the sunroof) is in the middle (•) position.

When locking: The turn-signal lamps will blink once.

When unlocking: The room lamp will illuminate for about 15 seconds, the turn-signal lamps will blink twice.

► Functions can be modified as stated below. Note

► Functions can be modified as stated below.

For further information, please contact your 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.

• Activating the operation confirmation function (blinking of the turn-signal lamps) only during locking, or only during unlocking.
• Disabling the operation confirmation function (blinking of the turn-signal lamps).
• Changing the number of blinks for the operation confirmation function (blinking of the turn-signal lamps).

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