Mitsubishi Lancer Owners Manual

To operate
Starting and driving / Reversing sensor system / To operate

To operate the system, move the gearshift lever or selector lever to the “R” position while the ignition switch is in the “ON” position. When the reversing sensor system is operated, the reversing sensor system operation indication lamp (A) will turn on. To stop the operation, push the “SONAR” switch; the reversing sensor system operation indication lamp (A) is turned off.

Mitsubishi Lancer: To operate. Note

Mitsubishi Lancer: To operate. ► Only when the gearshift lever or selector lever is in the “R” position, Note

► Only when the gearshift lever or selector lever is in the “R” position, the reversing sensor system can be operated or be stopped by using the “SONAR” switch.

Warning for obstacles

If there is an obstacle behind the vehicle, a warning will be issued with the information screen in the multi-information display and a warning buzzer.

Mitsubishi Lancer: To operate. 1- Corner sensor (left)

1- Corner sensor (left)
2- Back sensor
3- Corner sensor (right)

Corner sensor

Mitsubishi Lancer: To operate. Back sensor (vehicles without a towing bar)

Back sensor (vehicles without a towing bar)

Mitsubishi Lancer: To operate. Back sensor (vehicles with a towing bar)

Back sensor (vehicles with a towing bar)

Mitsubishi Lancer: To operate.

Mitsubishi Lancer: To operate. Caution Caution

► The distances given are to be used for reference only, as errors may be caused by various factors, such as temperature, humidity, or the shape of the obstacles.

Mitsubishi Lancer: To operate. ► When the sensors detect different obstacles at the same time, the information Note

► When the sensors detect different obstacles at the same time, the information screen in the multi-information display indicates the directions of the obstacles each sensor is detecting.
However, closer obstacles are given priority over other detected obstacles and the warning buzzer sounds to inform you of closer obstacles.

Changing the detection areas

The detection areas can be changed as follows:

Vehicles with a towing bar

While the operation of the system is stopped at the “SONAR” switch, push the “SONAR” switch approximately 3 seconds or more, and release it. The buzzer sounds twice to indicate that the detection area has been changed.

Vehicles without a towing bar

While the operation of the system is stopped at the “SONAR” switch, push the “SONAR” switch approximately 3 seconds or more, and release it. The buzzer sounds once to indicate that the detection area has been changed.

Mitsubishi Lancer: To operate. ► The detection area will not change if you keep the “SONAR” switch pushed for Note

► The detection area will not change if you keep the “SONAR” switch pushed for 10 seconds or more.
► After pushing the “SONAR” switch, reversing sensor system operation differs according to the detection area setting.

• Setting when towing bar is not equipped When the gearshift lever or selector lever is moved to the “R” position, the reversing sensor system will operate even if corner sensor operation was stopped by pushing the “SONAR” switch.

• Setting when towing bar is equipped When reversing sensor system operation was stopped by pushing the “SONAR” switch, the reversing sensor system will not operate until the engine has been stopped even if the gearshift lever or selector lever is moved to the “R” position.

To resume reversing sensor system operation, push the “SONAR” switch or stop and restart the engine, and then move the gearshift lever or selector lever to the “R” position.


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