Accessory socketAccessory socket  - For pleasant driving - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

The accessory socket can be used while the ignition switch is in the “ON” or “ACC” position.

► Be aware that using electronic equipment with the engine off may run the Caution

► Be aware that using electronic equipment with the engine off may run the battery down.
► When you connect an electrical device, make sure it is rated at 12 V and its electrical capacity does not exceed 120 W.
When using some sockets at the same time, make sure the total power consumption of the electrical accessories does not exceed 120 W at 12 V.
► When the accessory socket is not in use, be sure to close the cap or plug, because the socket might become clogged by foreign material and be shortcircuited.
► When using two accessory sockets or the accessory socket and cigarette lighter simultaneously, make sure the total power consumption of these does not exceed 120 W at 12 V.

► The two accessory sockets can be used simultaneously. Note

► The two accessory sockets can be used simultaneously.

Type 1, Type 2

Pull out the plug to uncover the socket. Use it to plug in an electrical device.

Type 3

Type 3

To use a “plug-in” type accessory, open the cover, then insert the plug in the socket.

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