Operation sound settingOperation sound setting  - Changing the function settings (when the ignition switch is “ON”) - Multi-information display - Instruments and controls - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

You can turn off the operation sounds of the multiinformation meter switch and daytime dipper button.

1. Press and hold the multi-information meter switch for about 2 seconds or more to switch from the setting mode screen to the menu screen.

Refer to “Changing the function settings (when the ignition switch is “ON”)”.
2. Lightly press the multi-information meter switch to select (operation sound setting).

3. Press and hold the multi-information meter switch for about 2 seconds or more

3. Press and hold the multi-information meter switch for about 2 seconds or more to switch in sequence from ON (operation sound on) → OFF (operation sound off) → ON (operation sound on).

The setting is changed to the selected condition.

► The memory of the operation sound setting is erased if the battery is disconnected, Note

► The memory of the operation sound setting is erased if the battery is disconnected, and it returns automatically to ON (operation sound on).
► The operation sound setting only deactivates the operation sound of the multi-information meter switch and daytime dipper button. The warning display and other sounds cannot be deactivated.

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