Mitsubishi Outlander manuals

Mitsubishi Outlander: Central door locks

Vehicles without the keyless entry system and vehicles without the keyless operation system

Using the key on driver’s door locks or unlocks driver’s doors and the tailgate.

1- Lock.

1- Lock.

2- Unlock.

NOTE:

● If the vehicle has a Dead Lock System and the Dead Lock System is set, turning the key toward the rear of the vehicle causes only the driver’s door to be unlocked; the central door locking system does not operate (refer to “Dead Lock System”).

Using the central door lock switch on the driver’s door locks or unlocks all doors and the tailgate.

1- LOCK.

1- LOCK.

2- UNLCOK.

1- LOCK.

1- LOCK.

2- UNLCOK.

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