Mitsubishi Outlander manuals

Mitsubishi Outlander: If the vehicle breaks down

If the vehicle breaks down on the road, move it to the shoulder and use the hazard warning flashers.

Refer to “Hazard warning flasher switch”.

If the engine stops/fails

Vehicle operation and control are affected if the engine stops.

Before moving the vehicle to a safe area be aware of the following:

● The brake booster becomes inoperative and the pedal effort will increase. Press down the brake pedal harder than usual.

● Since the power steering pump is no longer operative, the steering wheel feels heavy when turning it. Turn the wheel with more effort than usual.

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 Emergency starting

If the engine cannot be started because the battery is weak or dead, the battery from another vehicle can be used with jumper cables to start the engine. WARNING: ● To start the engine using

 Engine overheating

When the engine has overheated, the information screen in the multi-information display will be interrupted and the engine coolant temperature warning display will appear. The screen will then cha

 Tools and jack

Storage The tools and jack are stowed on the right side of the luggage area. The storage location of the tools and jack should be remembered in case of an emergency. 1- Jack. 2- Tools. Tools

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 On-vehicle Service

STEERING WHEEL FREE PLAY CHECK 1. With the engine running (hydraulic pressure applied), position the front wheel in the straight ahead direction. 2. Measure the side to side steering wheel play until the front wheels actually start moving while turning the steering wheel slightly in the left and ri

 Indicator lamp, warning lamp, and information screen display list

Indicator and warning lamp list 1- Turn-signal indicator lamps/Hazard warning indicator lamps → P. 3-50. 2- High-beam indicator lamp → P. 3-50. 3- Diesel preheat indicator lamp → P. 3-50. 4- Position lamp indicator lamp → P. 3-51. 5- Front fog lamp indicator lamp ͛

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