Power typePower type  - To adjust seat height (driver’s side only) - Front seat - Seat and seat belts - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

To adjust the seat height, operate the switch as indicated by arrows.

► To prevent the battery from running down, operate the power type seat with Note

► To prevent the battery from running down, operate the power type seat with the engine running.

1- To move the front of the seat up and down

1- To move the front of the seat up and down

2- To move the rear of the seat up and down

2- To move the rear of the seat up and down

3- To move the whole seat up and down

3- To move the whole seat up and down

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