Mitsubishi Lancer Owners Manual

Operating the heater system
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Heating

Set the mode selection dial to the Mitsubishi Lancer: Operating the heater system. switch (A) to the outside position. position and set the air selection switch (A) to the outside position.

Turn the temperature control dial clockwise or anticlockwise to the desired temperature. Select the desired blower speed.

Mitsubishi Lancer: Operating the heater system. Note

Mitsubishi Lancer: Operating the heater system. ► For quick heating, set the blower speed selection dial to the position shown Note

► For quick heating, set the blower speed selection dial to the position shown in the illustration.

Mitsubishi Lancer: Operating the heater system. Combination of unheated air and heated air

Combination of unheated air and heated air

Select the mode selection dial to the position shown in the illustration and set the air selection switch (A) to the outside position.

The air flow will be directed to the leg area and the upper part of the passenger compartment. Select the desired blower speed.

Mitsubishi Lancer: Operating the heater system. Warm air flows to the leg area and unheated or slightly warm air (depending upon

Warm air flows to the leg area and unheated or slightly warm air (depending upon temperature setting) flows to the upper part of the passenger compartment.

Demisting of the windscreen and door windows

Mitsubishi Lancer: Operating the heater system. Caution Caution

► For safety, make sure you have a clear view through all the windows.

To remove frost or mist from the windscreen and door windows, use the mode selection dial (Mitsubishi Lancer: Operating the heater system. ). or Mitsubishi Lancer: Operating the heater system. For ordinary demisting).

For ordinary demisting

Use this setting to keep the windscreen and door windows clear of mist, and to keep the leg area heated.

Mitsubishi Lancer: Operating the heater system. 1. Set the air selection switch (A) to the outside position.

1. Set the air selection switch (A) to the outside position.
2. Set the mode selection dial to the Mitsubishi Lancer: Operating the heater system. 3. Select your desired blower speed by turning the blower speed selection dial. position.
3. Select your desired blower speed by turning the blower speed selection dial.
4. Select your desired temperature by turning the temperature control dial.

Mitsubishi Lancer: Operating the heater system. 1. Set the mode selection dial to the

1. Set the mode selection dial to the Mitsubishi Lancer: Operating the heater system. 2. Set the blower to the maximum speed. position.
2. Set the blower to the maximum speed.
3. Set the temperature to the maximum temperature position.

Mitsubishi Lancer: Operating the heater system. ► While the mode selection dial is set to the Note

► While the mode selection dial is set to the Mitsubishi Lancer: Operating the heater system. will be selected automatically. position, the outside air position will be selected automatically.
► To demist effectively, direct the air flow from the side ventilators towards the door windows.
► For vehicles with the Auto Stop & Go (AS&G) system, if the mode selection dial is set to the demister position shown in the illustration, the Auto Stop & Go (AS&G) system will not operate and the engine will not stop automatically even if the vehicle is stopped.
This is to ensure that good visibility is maintained.

Introduction of outside air

To introduce air into the vehicle during hot weather, set the air selection switch (A) to the outside position and set the temperature control dial to the positions shown in the illustration. Be sure to set the temperature control dial all the way to the left. Select the desired blower speed.

Mitsubishi Lancer: Operating the heater system. Note

Mitsubishi Lancer: Operating the heater system. ► Turn the mode selection dial clockwise and air will flow to the leg area and Note

► Turn the mode selection dial clockwise and air will flow to the leg area and the windscreen.


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