Retracting and extending the mirrors using the mirror retractor switchRetracting and extending the mirrors using the mirror retractor switch  - Retracting and extending the outside mirrors - Outside rear-view mirrors - Starting and driving - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

With the ignition switch in the “ON” or “ACC” position, push the mirror retractor switch to retract the mirrors. Push it again to extend the mirrors to their original positions.

After placing the ignition switch in the “LOCK” position, it is possible to retract and extend the mirrors using the mirror retractor switch for about 30 seconds.

Caution

► It is possible to retract and extend the mirrors by hand. After retracting Caution

► It is possible to retract and extend the mirrors by hand. After retracting a mirror using the mirror retractor switch, however, you should extend it by using the switch again, not by hand. If you extended the mirror by hand after retracting it using the switch, it would not properly lock in position. As a result, it could move because of the wind or vibration while you are driving, taking away your rearward visibility.

► Be careful not to get your hands trapped while a mirror is moving. Note

► Be careful not to get your hands trapped while a mirror is moving.
► If you move a mirror by hand or it moves after hitting a person or object, you may not be able to return it to its original position using the mirror retractor switch. If this happens, push the mirror retractor switch to place the mirror in its retracted position and then push the switch again to return the mirror to its original position.
► When freezing has occurred and mirrors fail to operate as intended, please refrain from repeated pushing of the retractor switch as this action can result in burn-out of the mirror motor circuits.

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