Mitsubishi Outlander manuals

Mitsubishi Outlander: Headlamp levelling

Except for vehicles with discharge headlamps

The angle of the headlamp beam varies depending upon the load carried by the

The angle of the headlamp beam varies depending upon the load carried by the vehicle.

The headlamp levelling switch can be used to adjust the headlamp illumination distance (when the lower beam is illuminated) so that the headlamps’ glare does not distract other drivers.

Set the switch according to the following table.

5 - person seat

•: 1 person :Full luggage loading

•: 1 person Switch position 0- Driver only / Driver + 1 front passenger.:Full luggage loading

Switch position 0- Driver only / Driver + 1 front passenger.

Switch position 2- 5 passengers (including driver).

Switch position 3- 5 passengers (including driver) + Full luggage loading.

Switch position 4- Driver + full luggage loading.

7 - person seat

•:1 person : Full luggage loading

•:1 person Switch position 0- Driver only/Driver + 1 front passenger.: Full luggage loading

Switch position 0- Driver only/Driver + 1 front passenger.

Switch position 2- Driver + 1 front passenger + 2 passengers on third seat.

Switch position 3- 7 passengers (including driver) / 7 passengers (including driver) + Full luggage loading.

Switch position 4- Driver + Full luggage loading.

Automatic headlamp levelling

Vehicles with discharge headlamps

This mechanism automatically adjusts the direction of the headlamps (beam position) depending on changes in the condition of the vehicle, such as the number of occupants or luggage weight. When the headlamps are illuminated with the ignition switch in the “ON” position, the beam position of the headlamps is automatically adjusted when the vehicle

Headlamps (with beam position adjustment system) warning display

If there is a fault in the automatic headlamp levelling system, “SERVICE REQUIRED”

If there is a fault in the automatic headlamp levelling system, “SERVICE REQUIRED” is displayed on the information screen in the multi-information display.

CAUTION:

● If the warning is displayed, the system may be malfunctioning, so we recommend you to have your vehicle inspected.

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