Procedure for replacing the remote control switch batteryProcedure for replacing the remote control switch battery  - Keyless entry system - Keyless operation system - Locking and unlocking - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

1. Before replacing the battery, remove static electricity from your body by touching a metal grounded object.
2. With the MITSUBISHI mark facing you, insert the cloth-covered tip of a straight blade (or minus) screwdriver into the notch in the case and use it to open the case.

Note

► Be sure to perform the procedure with the MITSUBISHI mark facing you. If the Note

► Be sure to perform the procedure with the MITSUBISHI mark facing you. If the MITSUBISHI mark is not facing you when you open the case, the transmitter may come out.

3. Remove the old battery.
4. Install a new battery with the + side (A) up.

5. Close the case firmly.

5. Close the case firmly.
6. Check the keyless operation function to see that it works.

► You may purchase a replacement battery at an electric appliance store. Note

► You may purchase a replacement battery at an electric appliance store.
► A MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorized Service Point can replace the battery for you if you prefer.

► When the remote control switch case is opened, be careful to keep water, Caution

► When the remote control switch case is opened, be careful to keep water, dust, etc. out. Also, do not touch the internal components.

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