Electric power steering system (EPS)Electric power steering system (EPS)  - Power steering system - Starting and driving - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

The electric power steering system (EPS) uses an electric motor to assist the turning of the steering wheel.

► During repeated full-lock turning of the steering wheel (for example, while Note

► During repeated full-lock turning of the steering wheel (for example, while you are manoeuvring the vehicle into a parking space), a protection function may be activated to prevent overheating of the power steering system.

This function will make the steering wheel gradually harder to turn. In this event, limit your turning of the steering wheel for a while. When the system has cooled down, the steering action will return to normal.
► If you turn the steering wheel while the vehicle is stationary with the headlamps on, the headlamps may become dim. This behaviour is not abnormal. The headlamps will return to their original brightness after a short while.

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