Operating the system in automatic modeOperating the system in automatic mode  - Automatic air conditioning - For pleasant driving - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

In normal conditions, use the system in the AUTO mode and follow these procedures:

In normal conditions, use the system in the AUTO mode and follow these procedures: 1. Set the blower speed selection dial to the “AUTO” position.
2. Set the temperature control dial to the desired temperature.
3. Set the mode selection dial to the “AUTO” position.

The outlet position (except air select and blower speed, and ON/OFF of air conditioning will be controlled automatically.), recirculation/outside air select and blower speed, and ON/OFF of air conditioning will be controlled automatically.

To stop the system, turn the blower speed selection dial to the “OFF” position.

► When using the air conditioning, the idling speed may slightly increase Caution

► When using the air conditioning, the idling speed may slightly increase as the air conditioning compressor is switched on/off automatically. While the vehicle equipped with CVT or Twin Clutch SST is stationary, fully depress the brake pedal to prevent the vehicle from creeping.

► While the engine coolant temperature is low, the temperature of the air from Note

► While the engine coolant temperature is low, the temperature of the air from the heater will be cool/cold until the engine warms up, even if you have selected warm air with the dial. To prevent the windscreen and windows from fogging up, the ventilator mode will be changed to the blower speed will be reduced. and the blower speed will be reduced.
► If the blower speed selection dial, air conditioning switch, mode selection dial, or air selection switch is operated while the system is operating in the AUTO mode, the activated function overrides the corresponding function of automatic control. All other functions remain under automatic control.

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