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There is a supplemental restraint system (“SRS”) warning lamp on the instrument

There is a supplemental restraint system (“SRS”) warning lamp on the instrument panel. The system checks itself and the lamp tells you if there is a problem. When the ignition key is turned to the “ON” or “START” position, the warning lamp should illuminate for several seconds and then should go out. This means the system is ready.

The SRS warning lamp is shared by the following:

  • Driver’s front air bag
  • Front passenger’s front air bag
  • Side air bags
  • Seat belt pre-tensioners


If any of the following conditions occur, the SRS is not working properly and you should immediately have it inspected by an authorized MITSUBISHI dealer.

  • The SRS warning lamp does not illuminate when you start the vehicle.
  • The SRS warning lamp does not go out after several seconds.
  • The SRS warning lamp illuminates while driving.
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