Reversing sensor systemReversing sensor system  - Starting and driving - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

This system operates when you are backing the vehicle.

It uses corner and back sensors to detect an obstacle and the information screen in the multi-information display and the buzzer to inform you of the approximate distance to the obstacle.

► The reversing sensor system assists you in determining the approximate distance Caution

► The reversing sensor system assists you in determining the approximate distance between the vehicle and an obstacle located behind the vehicle. It has limitations in terms of detectable areas and objects, and may not properly detect some objects.
Therefore, do not place excessive confidence in the reversing sensor system and operate the vehicle as carefully as you would do with a vehicle not equipped with this system.
► Make sure to check the surroundings with your own eyes to ensure safety. Do not operate the vehicle by relying on the reversing sensor system alone.

See also:

Corner and back sensor locations
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Electric power steering system (EPS)
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