WaitingWaiting  - Operation of the Twin Clutch SST - Twin Clutch SST (Sport Shift Transmission) - Starting and driving - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

For short waiting periods, such as at traffic signals, the gearshift lever can be left in position and the vehicle held stationary with the service brake.

For longer waiting periods with the engine running, place the gearshift lever in the “N” (NEUTRAL) position and apply the parking brake, while holding the vehicle stationary with the service brake.

► Do not keep the vehicle in a stopped position on an uphill slope by depressing Caution

► Do not keep the vehicle in a stopped position on an uphill slope by depressing the accelerator pedal instead of the brake pedal.
The transmission may be damaged and an accident may occur due to the following conditions.
• The Twin Clutch SST fluid temperature will rise and can cause transmission damage.
• If the vehicle is kept in a stopped position by depressing the accelerator pedal instead of the brake pedal, the vehicle will vibrate or “SLOW DOWN” and the
information screen in the multi-information display to alert the driver that the warning display will appear on the information screen in the multi-information display to alert the driver that the Twin Clutch SST fluid temperature has risen.
After that, if the Twin Clutch SST fluid temperature rises even higher, the transmission protection control will operate.
If this occurs, the vehicle may suddenly reverse as if the gearshift lever was in the “N” (NEUTRAL) position and cause an accident.
If the
or the transmission protection control operates, refer to “When warning display appears or the transmission protection control operates, refer to “When Parking warning display is showing”.

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