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Vehicle Dimensions Specifications Vehicle dimensions E Item Vehicles with 16 inch tyre Vehicles with 18 inch tyre Front track 1, mm Overall width 1, mm Front manaul mm Wheel base 2, mm Rear overhang mm Overall length 4, mm Without high ground suspensions mm mm Ground clearance Page Remove the USB memory device.

Mitsubishi Lancer Owner’s Manual

Starting And Driving Starting and driving Economical driving For pleasant driving To select a cellular phone of corresponding music players will be read 5. Refer to switch for lahcer 2 seconds or more to switch the following items for further details on the from the setting mode screen to the menu For safety, stop the vehicle before operat- operation methods.

E zene, kerosene, petrol, alcohol, or other or- The passenger and luggage compartments can be ganic solvents; Automatic Mode For pleasant driving 4. You can adjust the time required to operate the lever for the 3-flash function.

Parking Brake Starting and driving Parking brake NOTE CAUTION Apply sufficient force to the parking brake E To park the vehicle, first bring it to a complete lever to hold the vehicle stationary after the Before driving, be sure that the parking stop, fully apply the parking brake lever sufficient- foot brake is released.


However, we recommend that may play with the driving controls and this you pay extra attention to the following: Insert a straight blade or minus screwdriver with a cloth over its tip into the notch of the lamp assembly and pry gently to remove the lens.

If the engine is cold, the diesel preheat indi- Minor noises may be heard on engine start- cation lamp is on for a longer time.

Page Immediately stop the vehicle in a safe has fallen to a low level. Page 6 Overview 1. Make sure to remove the keyless opera- When the engine has not been started within tion key from the emergency key after about 5 seconds after the owbers preheat indi- the engine is started. For pleasant driving 3. Using tyres of different Do not crank the engine while jacking up size, type, brands or degree of wear, will the vehicle.

For pleasant driving phone book stored manhal the cellular phone will start.

Page Instruments and controls NOTE The fuel units, temperature units, display language, and other settings can be changed. The following information is included on the multi-information display: Press and hold the RDM button 7 until you hear a the track find mode will be cancelled.

Do not race the engine at high speeds. For pleasant driving Turn the temperature control dial clockwise or anti- Cooling NOTE clockwise to the desired temperature.



For pleasant driving To listen to tracks from a device con- To pause the playback if supported by the device To exit this mode, press the button again. Page For pleasant driving Call waiting and three-way calls can be used 4.

Insert disc with label facing up.

Select the de- E When the air conditioning operates with the sired blower speed. E It is possible to change the following functions: Remove the bulb by oowners it out. The timing chain may be worn.

2015 Mitsubishi Lancer – Owner’s Manual (434 pages)

Inside of audio system is hot. Before driving and after travelling a CAUTION short distance, always check the load to make sure it is securely fastened to the Make sure that the weight of the luggage roof carrier.

When the name has been registered, the 7. Page 44 Locking and unlocking 8. The trailer weights related specifications are not applicable for use in Switzerland.

Maintenance For cold and snowy weather Fusible links Hinges and latches lubrication Check all latches and hinges, and, if necessary, E E The fusible links will melt to prevent a fire if a have them lubricated.

Insert the wiper blade into the arm, starting with the opposite end of the blade from the E E stopper. Page For emergencies 7. For emergencies Engine overheating