Electronic immobilizer (Anti-theft starting system)Electronic immobilizer (Anti-theft starting system)  - Keyless operation system - Locking and unlocking - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

The electronic immobilizer has been designed to significantly reduce the possibility of vehicle theft.

The purpose of the system is to immobilize the vehicle if an invalid start is attempted. A valid start attempt can only be achieved (subject to certain conditions) using a keyless operation system “registered” to the immobilizer system.

All of the keys provided with your new vehicle have been programmed into the vehicle’s electronics.

Refer to “Keyless operation system: Ignition switch” on pages 1-11 and 1-18.

► If you lose one of the keyless operation keys, contact a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Note

► If you lose one of the keyless operation keys, contact a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorized Service Point as soon as possible.

To obtain a replacement or extra spare key, take your vehicle and all remaining keys to your MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorized Service Point. All the keys have to be re-registered in the immobilizer computer unit.

The immobilizer can register up to 4 different keys.

    See also:

    History of the Carisma
    The first Carismas arrived in the UK, in five-door hatch form only, at the end of 1995. These two initial models consisted of an 89bhp 1.6, offered in GL and GLX trim, and a 114bhp 1.8 in GLX and ...

    “Child-protection” rear doors
    1- Lock. 2- Unlock. Child protection helps prevent the rear doors from being opened accidentally from the inside. If the lever is set to the locked position, the rear doors cannot be opened usi ...

    To lock
    Press the LOCK switch (1). All the doors and rear hatch will be locked. The turn-signal lamps will blink once. Note ► With a vehicle that has a Dead Lock System, pressing the LOCK switch (1 ...