Mitsubishi Lancer Owners Manual

Bluetooth® 2.0 interface
For pleasant driving / Bluetooth® 2.0 interface

The Bluetooth® 2.0 interface allows for making/receiving hands-free calls in the vehicle using a Bluetooth ® compatible cellular phone based on the wireless communication technology commonly known as Bluetooth®. It also allows the user to play music, saved in a Bluetooth® music player, from the vehicle’s speakers.

The system is equipped with a voice recognition function, which allows you to make hands-free calls by simple switch operations and voice command operations using a defined voice tree.

The Bluetooth® 2.0 interface can be used when the ignition switch is in the “ON” or “ACC” position.

Before you can use the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface, you must pair the Bluetooth® device and Bluetooth ® 2.0 interface. Refer to “Connecting the Bluetooth ® 2.0 interface and Bluetooth® device”.

Bluetooth® is a registered trademark of BLUETOOTH SIG, INC.

Mitsubishi Lancer: Bluetooth® 2.0 interface. Warning Warning

► Although the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface allows you to make hands-free calls, if you choose to use the cellular phone while driving, you must not allow yourself to be distracted from the safe operation of your vehicle.
Anything, including cellular phone usage, that distracts you from the safe operation of your vehicle increases your risk of an accident.
► Refer to and comply with all state and local laws in your area regarding cellular phone usage while driving.

Mitsubishi Lancer: Bluetooth® 2.0 interface. ► If the ignition switch is left in the “ACC” position, the accessory power will Note

► If the ignition switch is left in the “ACC” position, the accessory power will automatically turn off after a certain period of time and you will no longer be able to use the Bluetooth ® 2.0 interface. The accessory power comes on again if the ignition switch is turned from the “ACC” position.
Refer to “ACC power auto-cutout function”.
► The Bluetooth® 2.0 interface cannot be used if the Bluetooth® device has a flat battery or the device power is turned off.
► Hands-free calls will not be possible if your phone does not have service available.
► If you place the Bluetooth® device in the luggage compartment, you may not be able to use the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface.
► Some Bluetooth® devices are not compatible with the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface.
► For details on the Bluetooth® 2.0 interface, you can see them by accessing the MITSUBISHI MOTORS website.
Please read and agree on the “Warning about Links to the Web Sites of Other Companies” because it connects to other than MITSUBISHI MOTORS website.


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