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► Do not leave the lamps on for a long time while the engine is stationary (not Note

► Do not leave the lamps on for a long time while the engine is stationary (not running).

A rundown battery could result.

► When it rains, or when the vehicle has been washed, the inside of the lens sometimes becomes foggy, but this does not indicate a functional problem.

When the lamp is switched on, the heat will remove the fog. However, if water gathers inside the lamp, we recommend you to have it checked.

Type 1

Rotate the switch to turn on the lamps.

Type 2

Type 2

Rotate the switch to turn on the lamps.

Note

► On vehicles equipped with the rain sensor, the sensitivity of the automatic Note

► On vehicles equipped with the rain sensor, the sensitivity of the automatic on/off control can be adjusted. For further information, please contact your MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorized Service Point.
On vehicles equipped with the MITSUBISHI Multi-Communication System (MMCS), screen operations can be used to make the adjustment.
Refer to the separate owner’s manual for details.
► When the headlamps are turned off by the automatic on/off control with the ignition switch in the “ON” position, the front fog lamps (if so equipped) and rear fog lamp also go off. When the headlamps are subsequently turned back on by the automatic on/off control, the front fog lamps also come on but the rear fog lamp stays off. If you wish to turn the rear fog lamp back on, operate the switch again.
► Do not cover the sensor (A) for the automatic on/off control by affixing a sticker or label to the windscreen.

► If the lamps do not turn on or off with the switch in the “AUTO” position,

► If the lamps do not turn on or off with the switch in the “AUTO” position, manually operate the switch and we recommend you to have your vehicle checked.

Vehicles with Daytime Running Lamp

When the engine is running and the lamp switch is set to the “AUTO” or “OFF” position, the low beam of the headlamps, tail lamp etc., will illuminate.

► The daytime running lamp can be deactivated. Note

► The daytime running lamp can be deactivated.

For further information, we recommend you to consult a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorized Service Point.
The regulations concerning daytime running lamp may differ from country to country.
Find out and follow the laws and regulations of the area you're driving in.

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