Steering wheel audio remote control switchesSteering wheel audio remote control switches  - For pleasant driving - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

The remote control switch is located on the left side of the steering wheel.

It can be used when the ignition switch is in the “ON” or “ACC” positions.

1- Volume up button

1- Volume up button
2- Volume down button
3- Power switch/Mode selector button
4- Seek up/Track up/File up/Fast-forward button
5- Seek down/Track down/File down/Fast-reverse button

► When operating the steering wheel audio remote control switches, do not operate Note

► When operating the steering wheel audio remote control switches, do not operate more than one at the same time.

Turning on the power

Press the power switch (3) to turn on the power.

When you turn the power on, the mode that was selected when the power was last turned off appears.

To turn off the power, press and hold down the power switch (3) for about 2 seconds until you hear a beep.

Volume adjustment

Volume up button - 1

While the button is pressed, the volume continues to increase.

Volume down button - 2

While the button is pressed, the volume continues to decrease.

Mode selection

Press the mode selector button (3) to select the desired mode.

The mode changes in the following order.

AM → FM → CD → USB or iPod → Bluetooth ® → AM

To listen to the radio

Press the mode selector button (3) to select AM or FM mode.

Automatic tuning

Seek up button - 4/Seek down button - 5

After pressing these buttons, the reception of the selected station will begin.

To listen to a CD

Press the mode selector button (3) and select CD mode.

To fast-forward/reverse the disc (music CDs only)

To fast-forward/reverse the disc, press the fast-forward button (4) or the fast-reverse button (5).

Fast-forward

You can fast-forward the disc by holding down the fast-forward button (4). While the button is kept pressed, the disc will be fast-forwarded.

Fast-reverse

You can fast-reverse the disc by holding down the fast-reverse button (5). While the button is kept pressed, the disc will be fast-reversed.

► In the case of an MP3 CD, you can fast-forward and fast-reverse tracks in the Note

► In the case of an MP3 CD, you can fast-forward and fast-reverse tracks in the same folder.

To select a desired track

You can select your desired track by using the track up button (4) or the track down button (5).

► Pressing the track down button (5) once during the song will cause the system Note

► Pressing the track down button (5) once during the song will cause the system to restart playing from the beginning of the song.

To listen to an iPod

Press the mode selector button (3) and select iPod mode.

To select a desired track

Track up button - 4

Press the button repeatedly until the desired track number appears on the display.

► The track number increases continuously while the button is pressed. Note

► The track number increases continuously while the button is pressed.

Track down button - 5

Press the button repeatedly until the desired track number appears on the display.

► The track number decreases continuously while the button is pressed. Note

► The track number decreases continuously while the button is pressed.

To listen to a USB memory device

Press the mode selector button (3) and select USB mode.

To select a desired file

File up button - 4

Press the button repeatedly until the desired track number appears on the display.

► The track number increases continuously while the button is pressed. Note

► The track number increases continuously while the button is pressed.

File down button - 5

Press the button repeatedly until the desired track number appears on the display.

► The track number decreases continuously while the button is pressed. Note

► The track number decreases continuously while the button is pressed.

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