Mitsubishi Outlander manuals

Mitsubishi Outlander: Power steering system

When the engine is stopped, the power steering system will not function and it will require greater manual effort to operate the steering wheel. Keep this in mind in particular when towing the vehicle. Never turn off the engine while driving.

Periodically check the power steering fluid level.

CAUTION:

● Do not hold the steering wheel in the fully turned position (either left or right), for longer than 10 seconds.

This can cause damage to the power steering system.

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 Active stability control (ASC)

The active stability control (ASC) takes overall control of the anti-lock brake system, traction control function and stability control function to help maintain the vehicle’s control and tracti

 Cruise control

Cruise control is an automatic speed control system that lets you keep the same driving speed. It can be activated at 40 km/h (25 mph) or more. CAUTION: ● When you do not wish to drive at a

 Reversing sensor system

This system operates when you are backing the vehicle. It uses corner and back sensors to detect an obstacle and sounds a buzzer to inform you of the approximate distance to the obstacle. CAUTION

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 Wiper and washer switch

Windscreen wipers The windscreen wipers can be operated with the ignition switch in the “ON” or “ACC” position. If the blades are frozen to the windscreen or rear window, do not operate the wipers until the ice has melted and the blades are freed, otherwise the wiper motor may be dam

 Inspection and maintenance followingrough road operation

After operating the vehicle in rough road conditions, be sure to perform the following inspection and maintenance procedures: ● Check that the vehicle has not been damaged by rocks, gravel, etc. ● Carefully wash the vehicle with water. Drive the vehicle slowly while lightly depressi

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