Parking on a hillParking on a hill  - Parking - Starting and driving - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

To prevent the vehicle from rolling, follow these procedures:

Parking on a downhill slope

Turn the front wheels towards the kerb and move the vehicle forward until the kerb side wheel gently touches the kerb.

On vehicles equipped with M/T, apply the parking brake and place the gearshift lever into the “R” (Reverse) position.

On vehicles equipped with a CVT or Twin Clutch SST, apply the parking brake and place the selector lever (CVT) or gearshift lever (Twin Clutch SST) into the “P” (PARK) position.

If necessary, apply chocks to wheels.

Parking on an uphill slope

Turn the front wheels away from the kerb and move the vehicle back until the kerb side wheel gently touches the kerb.

On vehicles equipped with M/T, apply the parking brake and place the gearshift lever into the 1st position.

On vehicles equipped with a CVT or Twin Clutch SST, apply the parking brake and place the selector lever (CVT) or gearshift lever (Twin Clutch SST) into the “P” (PARK) position.

If necessary, apply chocks to wheels.

► If your vehicle is equipped with a CVT or Twin Clutch SST, be sure to apply Note

► If your vehicle is equipped with a CVT or Twin Clutch SST, be sure to apply the parking brake before moving the selector lever (CVT) or gearshift lever (Twin Clutch SST) to the “P” (PARK) position. If you move the selector lever (CVT) or gearshift lever (Twin Clutch SST) to the “P” (PARK) position before applying the parking brake, it may be difficult to disengage the selector lever (CVT) or gearshift lever (Twin Clutch SST) from the “P” (PARK) position when next you drive the vehicle, requiring application of a strong force to the selector lever (CVT) or gearshift lever (Twin Clutch SST) to move from the “P” (PARK) position.

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