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Mitsubishi Outlander: Accessory socket

CAUTION:

● Be sure to use a “plug-in” type accessory operating at 12 V and at 120 W or less.

When using more than one socket at the same time, make sure that the electrical accessories are 12 V accessories and that the total power consumption does not exceed 120 W.

● Long use of the electric appliance without running the engine may run down the battery.

● When the accessory socket is not in use, be sure to close the lid or install the cap, because the socket might become clogged by foreign material and be short-circuited.

To use a plug-in type accessory, open the lid or remove the cap, and insert the plug in the accessory socket.

NOTE:

● Accessory sockets in 3 locations can be used at the same time. However, make sure that the total power consumption does not exceed 120 W.

The accessory socket can be used while the ignition switch is in either the “ON”

The accessory socket can be used while the ignition switch is in either the “ON” or “ACC” position.

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