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

When the ignition switch is set to the “ON” position, operate the Twin Clutch SST control mode switch (A) to change the control mode.

When the engine is started, the control mode is automatically set to the “NORMAL”

When the engine is started, the control mode is automatically set to the “NORMAL” mode. Use the following procedures to change the control mode.

To shift from “NORMAL” mode to “SPORT” mode

While the vehicle is stopped or being driven, push the Twin Clutch SST control mode switch forward.

To shift from “SPORT” mode to “NORMAL” mode

While the vehicle is stopped or being driven, push the Twin Clutch SST control mode switch rearward.

► If the Twin Clutch SST control mode switch is continuously pushed after a control Note

► If the Twin Clutch SST control mode switch is continuously pushed after a control mode has been selected, an erroneous operation prevention function operates and the control mode is automatically set to the “NORMAL” mode.
If you would like to select a control mode again, return the ignition switch to the “ACC” or “LOCK” position and restart the engine. Then, push the Twin Clutch SST control mode switch.

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