Twin Clutch SST control modeTwin Clutch SST control mode  - Twin Clutch SST (Sport Shift Transmission) - Starting and driving - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

Select the control mode from the following two types to suit the driving conditions.

Note

► When continuously driving on closed circuit tracks or at other locations where Note

► When continuously driving on closed circuit tracks or at other locations where the engine is operated at high speeds and under a heavy load, the Twin Clutch SST fluid temperature will have a tendency to rise.
In this case, if the temperature rises too high, the information screen in the multi-information display to alert the driver. warning display will appear on the information screen in the multi-information display to alert the driver.
If the sure to refer to “Warning display” and follow the appropriate measures. warning display appears, be sure to refer to “Warning display” and follow the appropriate measures.
► The Twin Clutch SST control mode can be selected both when “D” range operation is selected and when manual shifting is selected.
► If you select “SPORT” mode while the engine is cold, the transmission may shift up at different speeds compared to that when the engine is warm.
This is simply the operation of the control system to warm the engine quickly. It does not indicate a malfunction.
► For slippery road surfaces, such as roads with accumulated snow, “NORMAL” mode is recommended for smooth shifting at low engine speeds.

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