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MITSUBISHI

PajeroMultiCommunication
System

INTRODUCTION

Thankyoufor the purchaseof the MistubishiMulti CommunicationSystem


handbook. This handbookwill take you through the many aspectsof your
system to give you peaceof mind in all areasof operation. You will find
informationon how to operatethe air conditioner,tape, CD playerand much
more!

This handbookcovers the multi communicationsystem manufacturedfor


MitsubishiPajerovehiclesfrom 1999-.

Pleasereferto this handbookanytimeyou need informationregardingthe


operationof your MitsubishiMulti CommunicationSystem.

Warnings Before Use


Warning:
When parkedin a garageor otherenclosedareaswith bad freshair circulation,
do not
operatewiththe enginerunning.The exhaustemissionscouldcausegas poisoning.
Caution:
' The drivershouldnotoperatewhendriving,and shouldonlyviewthe screenfor the
m i n i m u ma mou n ot f ti me.
. Whenoperating,park in a safe placeawayfrom No Parkingzones.
' Payattentionto the roadruleswhendriving.The voiceguideand mapwill not pick
up roadworksor roadsthat were recentlymade intoone-waystreet,whichcouldbe
dangerous.
Advice:
. Followthe directionof any messagedisplayedonscreen.
. ConsultMitsubishiwhen
changingtyres.
' Do not modify,disassemble
or adjustthis unit. Damagecouldoccur,causingthe
unitto becomeunusable.

FM MULTIBROADCAST
FM MultiBroadcasttransmitsnews,weatherinformation,
trafficinformation,
entertainment
and othersuchinformation
in textform,usingthe radiowavespacethat
was untilnowfor FM audiobroadcast.
Advice:
' Contentand programme
nameswill differdependingon the station.Also,some
stationsdo not performFM multi broadcasts.
' The FM multibroadcastreceivable
radiusis slightlysmallerthanthatof FM audio
broadcasts,
so sometimes
will not be possibleto receiveFM multibroadcasts,
even
whenreceivingFM audio.
Text Program Content
. Co-operative
lnformationPrograms(ProgramInformation)
Thisis a co-operative
dataand audiobroadcast.The nameand the requestnumberof
the songbeingbroadcastis matchedwiththe audiobroadcast.
' Independent
Information
Programs(News,weatherInformation,
etc.)
Thisdisplaysnews,weatherinformation,
trafficinformation,
entertainment,
and other
suchinformation,
as independent
content,unrelated
to FM audiobroadcasts.

Vie w i n gF M M u l tiB ro a d ca sts

TextlnformationButton

ControlAssist
Buttons

Cau t i o n :
. Forsafetyreasons,operationand displayis not possiblewillthe vehicleis in
motion.Stopthe vehiclein a safeplacebeforeoperation.
1. Pushthe textinformation
buttonto receiveFM multibroadcasts.
Advice:
ViewingFM multibroadcasts
is alsopossiblewhenlisteningto the radio,a CD, or a
tape. In thiscaseit is alsopossibleto switchthe audioto the FM multibroadcast.

2 . Selectthe desiredinformation
usingthe
controlassistbuttons.

3 . lf the programsub menuis displayed,pushthe


controlassistbuttonof the desiredprogram
menu.
Advice:
. lf thereis no information
in the selected
program,a messagewill be displayed,
and the
screenwill returnto the menuin step2.
4. The textinformation
will be displayedin the
screen.
Pushthe E E controlassistbuttonsto
pages.
advancethe information
5. Whenreturning
to the programmenuscreen,
pushthe[E6l6ep1pol
assistbutton.
Advice:
. Programmenucontentwilldifferdepending
on the station.
. Whenthe FM multiscreenis changedonceto
the navigation
screen,and thenchangedback
to the FM multiscreen,the programmay take
a littletimeto be displayed.
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C h a n g i n gt h e b roa d ca ststati on
-tsing the [FFEEF.]
button
Whenviewingthe FM multibroadcast,
the receivable
FM multibroadcast
stationswill be displayed
when IEFF+FI
isoushed.

2. Pushthe controlassistbuttonof the


desiredFM multibroadcast
station
to displaythe programmenuof the
selectedFM multibroadcast
station.
Usingthe controlassistbutton
Whenviewingan FM multibroadcast,
pushthe lEE I controlassistbuttonto
displaythe receivable
stations.
Advice:
. WhenotherFM multibroadcast
stationscan not be received,
the
screenwill returnto its previousstate
before[,ltE]was pushed.

To listento the current FM multi


s t a t i o na u d io.
Pushthe IEEFI controlassistbutton.
Advice:
This buttoncan onlybe pushedwhen
viewingthe co-operative
information
program.
EmergencyInformationDisplay
Function
Availablein Japanonly.
Switchingfrom an FM multi broadcast
displayto anotherscreen
Pushthe followingbuttonsto matchthe
desiredscreen.
Audio
ScreenChangeButton
Air Conditioner
Change
Button)
trEEe-l (Screen
Drivinglnformation
Surroundings
lnformation
Television
/ Video=-+ml (TVButton)
---+@
Navigation

(current
Location
Button)

TV Button

AUDIO
Radio,CD (CompactDisc),and MD (MiniDisc)operation.
May be usedwhenignitionis in ON or ACC.
to
To changefrom anotherscreen(suchas navigation,FM Multi,drivinginformation)
the audioscreen,pushthelmE-t-&]button.
Eachtimethisbuttonis pushed,the screendisplaychangesthroughthe following:
Information
Drivinginformation---+Audio---+Air
Conditioner--Surroundings

Advice:
. The screenwill temporarilychangeto the audioscreenwhenthe AM/FM,
TAPEiCDiMD,or TuningffrackSelectionbuttonsare pressed.

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ControlAssist
Button
DisplayArea

ControlAssist
Buttons

Screen
Change

Tuning/Track
TAPE/CD/MD
PowerSwitch/
Selection
VolumeAdiustmentKnob
AM/FM

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BASICOPERATION
Turningthe power on.
Pushthe powerswitch.Pushoncemoreto turnthe unitoff. The powerwill alsobe
turnedon by pushingtheAM/FMbutton,or by insertinga cassettetapeor CD.
Volumeand ToneAdjustment
. VolumeAdjustment
The volumecan be adjustedusingthe
volumeadjustment
knob.

. ToneAdjustment
1. Pushthe picture/ soundquality
adjustment
button.

PowerSwitch/ VolumeAdiustmentKnob

rKr

oecreasel//

\\

Increase

Votume\\ \

Vorume

\v

f!,!=ul
ltlijt$eut
2. Pushthe lEHlcontrolassistbutton.

Caution:
To preventaccidents,when driving,keep
the volumeat a levelwhereoutside
noisesare audible.

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3. Adjusttoneto desiredlevelby
pushingthe controlassistbuttonof
the tonetype you wish to adjustfrom
bass({6),mid-tone(+g), and treble
/ +jir

3. Adjustthe volumebalancelefVright
(afr), fronVrear(ffi't*)bypushing
the respectivecontrolassistbutton.
Eachtimethe buttonis pushed,the

cursormoves,displaying
thevolume

\r5rE/.

Eachtimea buttonis pushed,the


levelsdisplaywill moveup/down,and
t h et o n ew i l lc ha n g e .

balance.

. SoundBalanceAdjustment
qualitybutton
1. Pushthe screen/sound
2. PushtheFE--lcontrol
assistbutton.
Advice:
Approximately
10 secondsafter
adjustmentsare complete,the screen
will returnto the displayfrom beforethe
picture/sound
qualitybuttonwas pushed.
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LISTENING
TO THE RADIO
To switchthe poweron, pushthe powerswitchor the AM/FMbutton.
Whenin a differentmode(suchas tape,CD, MD),switchthe unitto radiomode.
Whenin radiomodeset the broadcast
to AM or FM.
The stationand frequencycurrentlybeingreceivedwill be displayedon screen.
Advice:
lf receptionof a stationis weak,the stationnamemay not be displayed.

trolAssist
Buttons

PciwerSwitch
Traffic Report

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Tuning
. Usingthe TuningButton

. Usingthe ControlAssist
Buttons
1. Pushthe li*mI controlassistbutton.

ffi
Lower

- ManualTuning
A tunesto a higherfrequency
.
v lunesIo a lowerTrequency
- Automatic
Tuning
Pushthe appropriate
buttonuntila
beepis heard.
A tunesto a higherfrequency
V tunesto a lowerfrequency

2. PushtheVEE-Xlcontrolassistbutton.
A tunesto a higherfrequency
V tunesto a lowerfrequency
Automatictuningis possibleby pushing
and holdingthe appropriate
buttonuntila
beepis heard.

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Storing Stations
. ManualPresetStorage
Advice:
. Eachcontrolassistbuttona can store
FM
AM
and
Up to 5 stationsfor both
2 stations,1 forAM broadcasts,and 1
broadcastscan be stored.
for FM broadcasts.
1. Pushthe tuningbuttonto start
receivingthe stationyou wish to store. . lf batteryterminalsare removed,
memorvwill be cleared.
2. Select1 controlassistbuttonyou wish . Whenoutsidethe receptionareafor
to storeon and push untila beepis
the storedstation,whenthe memory
heard'
the stationname
buttonis operated,
cut,and once
Audiowill be temporarily
mav be different.
audibleagain,storageis complete.
The storedstationand frequencywill
be shownin the displayarea.
3. Fromnow on, whena controlassist
buttonis pushedthe stationstoredon
that buttonwill be received.

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. AutomaticStorage
- p to B receivable
AM and FM stations
:an be automatically
storedin orderof
:he bestreception
state.

3. Checkthatthe screenis automaticallv


tuning.

P u s ht h e l E E l 6 e p l poassi
l
stb u tto n .

4. W henautom atic
tuningis finished,
the
storedstationwill be displayed.
Eachtime theE:F 'xtrllcontrol
assistbuttonis pushedlightly,the
stationwill be changedin orderof the
lowestfrequency.

t t-lcontrolassist
2, pus|rthsltrF
buttonuntila beepis heard.

5 . P u s h t h e [ E a l c o n t r o l a s s i s tb u t t o nt o
4 7 r e t u r nt o t h e s c r e e ni n s t e p 1 .
t l

Advice:
Traffic Report
. lf the numberof receivable
stations
Functionavailablein Japanonly.
is lessthanB, onlythe receivable
numberwill be displayed.
. Whenthereare no receivablestations
rr b t) * t h will be displayed
E{EFIfiEE
on the screen.
Whentuningautomatically
one more
time, push the lfl=FtrETl control
assistbuttonuntila beep is heard.
. lf batteryterminalsare removed,
memorywill be cleared.
. Whenoutsidethe receptionareafor
the storedstation,when the memory
buttonis operated,the stationname
may be different.

18

LISTENING
TO A TAPE
nternaltape-player
type

ControlAssist
Buttons

EjectButton
(PanelOpen/ Close)

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Pushthe ejectbutton(panelopen/close
b u t t o n ) t oo penthe p a n e l .
Insertthe tapeintothe tapeinsertionslot,
pushlightly.The panelwillautomatically
closeand playbackwill begin.

To changeto tape modewhenlistening


'tAPe
to the radio,CD or MD, pushthe
button.
Eachtimethe tapebuttonis pushedthe
modewill changeas follows:
Tape---Navigation
UnitCD -+ CD Player
(or In-DashCD Changer)--+CD Changer
--+MD Player--+MD Changer
(The modeof devicesnot connectedwill
not be displayed.)

Whenone sideof the tapehasfinished,


playbackof the othersidewillbegin
automatically.

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- ] :ce:
. .rudiooperationis not possiblewhen
:i,e panelis open. Gentlypushin a
: a p et o c l o s eth e p a n e l .
' The panelwill automatically
closein
: h ef o l l o w i n sgi tua ti on s:
.The ignition
i s tu rne dto L OC K
.The panelis leftopenfor 30 seconds
ivithouta tape in the tapeinsertion

Fast For war dand Rever se


Pushthe IEF[] (fastfonrrard)or 16.trUi
(reverse)controlassistbutton.

PushthelFLAylcontrol
assistbuttonto
stopthisfunctionand resumeplaybackat
desiredpoint.

5tut.

respondsto
Thisplayerautomatically
metaltape,chrometape,and normal
t ap et y p e s .

Ejectingthe Tape
,',ihenthe ejectbutton(panelopen/close
l i l lo p e n ,
, ep a n ew
: u t t o n )i s p u s h e dth
andthe tapecan be removed.

Playingthe ReverseSide
Pushthe iEElcontr olassistbutton.

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Track Cuing
It is possibleto advanceor reverseup
to 7 tracksfrom the trackbeingplayed
currently,
and cue the desiredtrack.
To listento a trackafterthe currenttrack
L Pushthe A partof the trackselection
buttonor controlassistbuttonthe
appropriatenumberof timesfor the
numberof tracksyou wishto skip.
The specifiednumberof trackswill be
displayedon the screen.

Example:
When desiredtrack is 3 tracksafterthe current.

2. The tapewill advanceto the startof


the trackand beginplayback.

Pushone of thesebuttons3 times

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To listento a trackbeforethe currenttrack Example:


'i. Pushthe V partof the trackselection Whendesiredtrackis 3 tracksbeforethe current.
buttonor controlassistbuttonthe
appropriate
numberof timesfor the
numberof tracksyouwishto skip.
In thiscasethe currenttrackwill be
included.The specifiednumberof
trackswill be displayed
on the screen.
2. The tape will reverseto the startof the
trackand beginplayback.

Advice:
' Whenthe silentgap betweentracksis
within4 seconds,or thereis loudnoise
recordedbetweentracks,the tape
may not be stoppedat the beginning
of the song.
. lf thereis a longbreakin the recorded
sound,or it is very softor at a low
levelfor a longtime,the tapemay be
stoppedat thatpoint.
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Pushone of thesebuttons4 times

Dolby*NR Button
Usethisfunctionwhenplayinga tape
recordedin DolbyNR.
1. Pushthe l-iiif,j controlassistbutton.

2. Pushthe oncontrolassistbutton
Whenthisbuttonis pushed,
the
indicator
willbe displayed
onscreen.
Pushagainto cancel.
3. PushthelE6lcontrolassistbuttonto
returnto step1.

Dolbyand the DoubleD markDoare registeredtrademarksof DolbyLaboratories


Licensing
Corporation
and DolbyNoiseReduction
is manufactured
underlicense
from DolbyLaboratories
Licensing
Corporation.

= e r e a t i n gT r a c k
=- s r t h e i l E con trola ssi stb u tto n .

SkippingSilentAr eas
1. PushtheijlElcontrolassistbutton.

2 . PushtheFF:IT1 controlassistbutton.
Pushthe[tlE* Ilcontrol assistbutton.
,1/hen
thisbuttonis pushed,the
repeatindicatorwill be displayed
cnscreen.
Pu s ha g a i nt o can ce l .

Pushthe [Eal controlassistbuttonto


returnto step 1.

Whenthisbuttonis pushed,the skip


indicator
will be displayedonscreen.
W hilethetapeis playing,
if a silent
areacontinues
for longerthan 15
seconds,
fiXu I (Trackadvance1) will
be displayed,
andthe nexttr ackwill
be cuedautomatically.
Pushagainto cancel.

3 . Pushthe [E6 | controlassistbuttonto


returnto step 1.
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L IS TENING
TO A CD
played
MusicCDs can be
in the Navigation
unit.
Also,a CD playercan be connected
to thisaudiosystem.
ContactMitsubishi
for moredetails.

InternalTapePlayerType

InternalMD PlayerType

ControlAssist
Buttons

TrackSelection tton

CD Button

TrackSelectionButton

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CD Button

: a t 'b a c kw i l lb e g i na u to mati calwl yhe n


-: CD is insertedintothe CD insertion
: 3t. To changefrom MD or radiomode
: CD mode,pushthe CD button.

Caution:
To set a musicCD in the navigation
unit,
place
stopthe vehiclein a safe
before
proceeding.

-:ernalTapePlayerType
Advice:
lach timethe CD buttonis pushedthe
. GPS navigation
cannotbe operated
*^cdewillchangeas follows:
playedin the
when
a
CD
is
being
-ape--Navigation
UnitCD -- CD Player
navigation
unit. Whenyou wishto
:r ln-DashCD Changer)---+
CD Changer
listento a CD whileoperatingthe GPS
- MD Player-- MD Changer
navigation,
installa separately
sold
rhe modeof devicesnot connectedwill
CD playeror CD changer.
- o t b e d i s p l a y e d .)
. Whenlistening
to a CD throughthe
navigation
unit,the surroundings
nternalMD PlayerType
informationscreenaltitudemeterwill
Eachtimethe CD buttonis pushedthe
not be displayed.Also,becauseGPS
modewillchangeas follows:
map matchingwill not operate,when
l,1DPlayer---Navigation
UnitCD---+
CD
the map CD is replaced,
the current
Player(or In-DashCD Changer)--- CD
locationmay be incorrect.
Changer---+
MD Changer
iThemodeof devicesnot connected
will
n o tb e d i s p l a y e d .)
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C u i n gD e si re dT ra ck
Selectthe desiredtracknumberby
pushingthe trackselectionbuttonor the
F vTt controlassistbutton.
A will increasethe tracknumber
V willdecreasethe tracknumber

Random isingTr ackOr der


Pushthe trzEA controlassistbutton.
The randomindicator
will be displayed
onscreenand the playerwill randomly
selecttracksfromthe discbeingplayed.
Pushthe buttonaoainto cancel.

Increase
-T\
t
I

Decrease

RepeatingTrack
Duringplayback,pushthe ftE=E
controlassistbutton.The repeat
indicator
will be displayed
onscreen.
Pushthe buttonagainto cancel.

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U S IN GT H E C D C H ANGER( Gr adeOption)
: lD changercan be connectedto thisaudiosystem.
-: ^ t a c t M i t s u b i s hi
fo r de ta i l s.

DiscNumber TrackNumber flaying Time

InternalTapePlayerType

InternalMD PlayerTvpe
ControlAssist
Buttons

TrackSelectionButton

CD Button

TrackSelectionButton

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CD Button

Whenthe CD buttonis pushed,the CD


changerwill beginplayback.

DiscSelect
PushtheFi xA controlassistbuttonto
selectthedesired
disc.
A willincrease
thediscnumber
V willdecrease
thediscnumber

InternalTapePlayerType
Eachtimethe CD buttonis pushedthe
modewillchangeas follows:
Tape-' NavigationUnitCD -- CD Player
(or In-DashCD Changer)--+CD Changer
--- MD Player---+
MD Changer
CuingDesiredTrack
(The modeof devicesnot connectedwill
Selectthedesired
tracknumberby
not be displayed.)
InternalMD PlayerType
Eachtimethe CD buttonis pushedthe
modewillchangeas follows:
MD Player--+Navigation
UnitCD---+
CD
Player(or In-DashCD Changer)-- CD
Changer---MD Changer
(Themodeof devicesnot connectedwill
not be displayed.)

pushingthetrackselection
buttonor the
control
assist
button.
FTT\
n willincrease
thetracknumber
V willdecrease
thetracknumber
lncrease
l

l \ / l

Decrease

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i: p e a t i n g T r a c k
- - - -: playback,pushthe f'J H*E--*il
: - - "': assistbutton.The repeat
- : : a : o rw i l lb e d i sp l ayeodn scree n .
: -=- :ne buttonagainto cancel.

Random isingTr ackOr der


Pushthe litT*t controlassistbutton.
The randomindicator
will be displayed
onscr eenandthe changerwillr andom ly
selecttracksfromall the set discs.
Pushthe buttonagainto cancel.

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LIS T E N IN G
T O AN M D ( Gr adeOption)
An MD playercan be connectedto an internaltape playertypeaudiosystemalso.
ContactMitsubishi
for details.
TrackNumber PlayingTime

InternalTapePlayerTvoe

Control

AssistButtons

TrackSelectionButton
lnternalMD PlayerType
AssistButtons
.EjectButton
(PanelOpen/ Close)
TrackSelectionButton

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-.:*al t!'lDPlayerType
:,=- rheejectbutton(panelopen/close
: , -: : n l t o o p e nt h e pa n e l .
--r the MD intothe MD insertionslot.
and playbackwill begin.
: -:. llghtly,

Advice:
. Audiooperationis not possiblewhen
the panelis open. Gentlypushin an
MD to closethe panel.
. The panelwillautomatically
closein
the followingsituations:
. The ignitionis turnedto LOCK
. The panelis leftopenfor 30 seconds
withoutan MD in the MD insertionslot.

-:

InternalTapePlayerType
Set the MD playerto MD and playback
will beginautomatically.

=achtimethe MD buttonis pushedthe


-'ode willchangeas follows:
'.riD--- NavigationUnitCD ---+
CD Player
--+
rr In-DashCD Changer) CD Changer
- MDChanger
The modeof devicesnot connectedwill
rot be displayed.)

to
To changeto MD modewhenlistening
the radioor a CD, pushthe MD button.

changeto MD modewhenlisteningto
--e radioor a CD, pushthe MD button.

Eachtimethe tapebuttonis pushedthe


modewill changeas follows:
Tape---Navigation
UnitCD --+CD Player
(or In-DashCD Changer)---+
CD Changer
--+MD Player-+ MD Changer
(The modeof devicesnot connectedwill
not be displayed.)
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U S IN GT H E MD CHANGER( Gr adeOption)
An MD changercan be connectedto thisaudiosystem.
for details.
ContactMitsubishi
DiscNumber TrackNumber

lnternalMD PlaverTvpe

InternalTaoePlaverTyoe
Buttons
ControlAssist

TrackSelectionButton

TrackSelectionButton

MD Button

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MD Button

,','-r''r
the MD buttonis pushed,the MD
: : a n E e rw i l lb e g inp l ayb a ck.

Disc Select
Pushthe W77 controlassistbuttonto
selectthe desireddisc.
A will increasethe discnumber
V willdecreasethe discnumber

-:en'ralTapePlayerType
:;:h timethe MD buttonis pushedthe
-:.de willchangeas follows:
-iir ---+
NavigationUnitCD --+CD Player
---+
CD Changer
: 'ln - D a s hC D C ha n g e r)
- [!4DPlayer---MD Changer
Cuing DesiredTrack
-he
modeof devicesnot connectedwill
Selectthe desiredtracknumberby
- rt b e d i s p l a y e d.)
pushingthe trackselectionbuttonor the
fFTTn controlassistbutton.
rtemalMD PlayerType
n will increasethe tracknumber
=achtimethe MD buttonis pushedthe
V willdecreasethe tracknumber
-,odewillchangeas follows:
lncrease
',llDPlayer---Navigation
UnitCD -- CD
Dlayer(or In-DashCD Changer)--+CD
t
l
p..-,.q
--+
3hanger MD Changer
t [ u l
The modeof devicesnot connectedwill
''ot be displayed.)
Decrease

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Random isingTr ackOr der


1. Pushthei;t lcontrolassistbutton.

RepeatingTrack
1. Pushtheitlcontrolassistbutton.

F
2 . PushtheITE;IIcontrol assistbutton.

2 . Pushthe lt>f ^l contr olassist


button.The randomindicatorwill be
onscreenand the changer
displayed
will randomlyselecttracksfrom all the
set discs.
Pushthe buttonagainto cancel.

Whenthisbuttonis pushed,the
will be displayed
repeatindicator
onscreen.
Pushagainto cancel.
-

l,o
3 . Pushthe [E6lcontrol assistbuttonto
returnto step 1.

3 . Pushthe [E6lcontrol assistbuttonto


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returnto step1.

: : : 'g l t r ' l Di sn t h e MD C h a n g e r
- .'
"-

DisplayingM D Disc Title

;. ' i n s t r u c t i oBno o kl etth a tco mes

( Onlyif equipped
withM D changer )

.-: i,nlI.

2. Pushtheiffitlift jcontrolassistbutton.

3. Thedisctitlewillbe displayed.

ffi
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DisplayingMD TrackTitle

Advice:

1. PushthelffJcontrolassistbutton.
(Onlyif MDchanger
is installed)

2. PushtheLeA@lcontrolassistbutton
twice.

,ta
3. The tracktitlewill be displaved.

Eachtimethetruffi (change
display)
controlassistbuttonis

pushed,the displaywillchange
throughthe followingmodes:
DiscTitle--- TrackTitle-' PlayingTime
Display
. Whenan MD with no titledatais
inserted,NO TITLEwill be displayed
in the graphicdisplayarea.
. Whenthe titleis more than24
(12forfullwidth
characters
characters),by usingtheIiXdcontrol
assistbutton,the titlecan be
advancedto displaythe rest of the
characters.
lf withinthisnumber,thelEtl button
will not be displayed.
. Sometitlecharacterscan not be
displayedby this system.

38

USINGTHEAUDIOSYSTEMEFFECTIVELY
Caution:
--*tn'"a6listening
withtheengineturned Ensurethe volumeis keptat a level
is turnedto
:n ensuretheignition
whereoutsidenoiseis audible.Accidents
couldoccurif outsidenoiseis inaudible.
. ,'*hiledriving,the conditionof radio
*rro'r,oS
may change,resultingin
'aceptioninstability.
. *'r'hen
listening
to audio,if a digital
cellphone
is in use insideor nearby
f,-'re
car,staticnoisemay be heard
inomthe speakers,but this is not a
rnalfunction.
ln thiscasemovethe
cellphone
as far awayas possible
fnomthe audiosystem.
. ilfthereis a problemwith the system
isuchas if a foreignobjectfallsinside,
lvateris spilt,or smokeappears),
discontinue
use immediately,
have
Mitsubishi
inspectthe vehicle.Do not
try and fix the problemyourself,or
continueuse in thisstate.
**_

r. r-t=

I i^l^
4 t J U .

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T a p eH a n d l i n g
. Do not use 120minutetapes.
Long-playing
tapesover90 minutes
in lengthuse verythintapewhichcan
j a m i n t h e de ck.
. Storetapesin theircases,away
fromdirectsunlightwhichcan cause
damage.
. Removeloosenessin the tape before
use.
. Pleasedo not use tapeswithpeeling
labelsor on whichstickershavebeen
appliedas thiscan causepoortape
rotationandjamming.
. The tape-headareainsidethe deck
that playstapesgetsdirtyeasilyso
pleasecleanusinga cleaningtape
aboutonce everymonth.
. Pleasedo not applyoil to tapedeckor
insertanythingexcepta cassettetape
in the tapeinsertionslotas thiscan
damagethe deck.
Do not insertfingersas the insidemay
be very hot.

Com pactDisc Handling


. OnlyCDs withthe followingmarkcan
be usedin the CD playerand CD
changer.
Heart-shaped,
hexagonal,
and
othernoveltyshapedCDs thatdo
not conformto JIS standardscould
damagethe playerif used.
N COMPACT

ri Inrertr
til

tl

t-uj
u=Jt-1,
D I G I T A LA U D I O
.

40

Condensation
mayformon the audio
systeminternalpartsor the disc
directlyafterusingthe heater,or when
increasessuddenly,
the temperature
and this couldpreventcorrect
operation.Waita whilebeforeusing.
CDs may skipin roughdriving
conditions
suchas whendrivingon
roughroads.
AlwaysstoreCDs in theircases,away
fromdirectsunlightand areasof high
temperatures.

*','hen
handlingCDs,holdthe centre
role and outsideedge,withthe label
rracing
up. lf the reflectivesurfaceis
ioucheddirectly,
the discwill become
dirtyand the soundmay be affected.

To cleana dirtyCD, use a soft and dry


cloth,and wipelightlyfromthe centre
of the CD in a straightlineto the
outsideedge.
Also,usingrecordspray,anti-static
agent,alcohol,benzine,thinner,
and othersolventsand chemically
enhancedcloths,may damagethe
CD, renderingit unusable.

Do notwriteon withballpointpen,
or applycellophane
tape,stickers,or
paper,to the labelor reflectivesurface
of the CD.
lf CD singles(8cmdiscs)are set in
the magazine,
theymay become
irremovable.
Whenusinga CD
singlein a CD changer,use an Bcm
compatible
magazine.
41

Do not use crackedor warpeddiscs,


as theymay causedamageto the
player.

-:

T E L E V IS ION A N D VIDEO ( Gr adeoption)


Television
may be viewed.
Also,by installing
a videodevice,videoscan alsobe enjoyed.
:isplaythe TV screen,a separately
soldTV tuneris necessary,Also,to displaythe
133screeha connectorcableis needed.ContactMitsubishi
for details.
B E F OR EV IE WINGTV AND VIDEO

----:--i-1-YYr

TheTV and videocan be viewedwhenthe ignitionis in ACC or oN, butto


conservethe battery,watchwhilethenengineis runningwhenpossible.
' iVhenwatchingwiththe engineoff,if the batteryvoltageweakens,the voltage
'varningscreen,will be displayed.In thiscase,followthe instructions
onscreen.
-s a safetyprecaution,
the TV and videomay onlybe watchedwhenstopped.
, rile drivingthe screenwill displaythe controlscreen,and onlyaudiooperationwill
:: oossible.
Whiledriving
Erv

Warning:
theTV or video,do not
Whenwatching
sPacesuchas a
watchin an enclosed
as this
garagewiththeenginerunning,
poisoning.
gas
couldcause
Caution:
theTV or video,parkin a
Whenwatching
safeplaceawayfromno parkingzones.

44

TELEVISION
WATCHING
Picture/ Sound
Control

istButtons
PowerSwitch/
Volume
AdjustmentKnob
TuningButton

TV Button

Advice:
. The channeldisplaywillturnoff after
about10 seconds.
. Depending
and
on the reception,
receptionarea,onlythe channel
number,and not the stationname,
may be displayed.

S * it c h i n gPo w e rO n/Off
: -:. the TV button,to displaythe TV
' : : 3 O t l O nS C f e e n .

- -=

l mbe r
s t a t i o nn a m ea nd cha n n enu
- ': re c h a n n ebl e i ngre ce i vedo,r the
'=:eivablestationswill be displayedat
"-: iop of the screen.
-,
iurnthe poweroff,pushthe power
: , ' ,i i C n .

/olume adjustment
-djustby turningthe volumeadjustment
.'oD.
45

PowerSwitch/ VolumeAdjustmentKnob
\
Decrease
Volume

lncrease
Volume

C h a n g i n gth e C h a n n e l
. Usingthe tuningbutton
lf givena shortpush,the channelswill
c h a n g eo n e b y o n e .
untila beepis
lf pushedcontinuously
heard,the channelwill automatically
channel.
changeto a receivable

. Usingthe controlassistbuttons
L Pushthe Ieml controlassistbutton.

Higher
t

t-_l

L-J
Lower

2. Pushthe VEE* l controlassist


button.
n increasesthe channel
V decreasesthe channel
untila beepis
lf pushedcontinuously
heard,the channelwill automatically
channel.
changeto a receivable

46

: ' : r i n gC h a n n e l s
, ' a : u a lP r e s e t
- : : 3 s t a t i o n cs a nb e sto red .
= -sh the tuningbuttonto start
-=:eivingthe stationyou wishto store.
-

. Automatic
stations,the B
Outof the receivable
stationswith the best receptioncan be
storedautomaticallY.
1. Pushthe ll*ml controlassistbutton.

S:lect1 controlassistbuttonyou wish


:: storeon and Pushuntila beePis
-he

will
storedstationandfrequency
: e s h o w no n s c r ee n .

controlassist
buttonuntila beepis heard.
The screenwill indicatethatchannels
are currentlybeingtuned.

2 . Pushthe [7=-Ftr*n
I I'lHK
2 ''.lHK

3B4;t,u
{ TBStrc

Fromnow on,whena controlassist


buttonis pushedthe stationstoredon
thatbuttonwill be received.
lf batteryterminalsare removed,
memorywill be cleared.

7)7ue
r.L.c9nBk
;ucRn *,

|Im
47

3 . On completion
of automatic
tuning,
channel
will
be
displayed.
the stored

4 . Fromnow,eachtimetheTt--F;tEul

controlassistbuttonis pushedlightly,
thechannel
willchange.
5 . Pushthe[EEl controlassistbuttonto
returnto thescreenfromstep1.

Advice:
. lf the numberof receivable
stations
is lessthan8, onlythe receivable
numberof stationswill be displayed.
. Whenthereare no receivablestations
g{=EIfiEE
rr &,t) * t /Lwill be displayed
on the screen.
Whentuningautomatically
one more
time, push the IT:-FTEfl control
assistbuttonuntila beepis heard.
. lf batteryterminalsare removed,
memorywill be cleared.

48

controlassist
2 . Pushthe appropriate

rma ti on
l
I -'n e n tC h a n n e Info
: -. - : h eT V b u t t on,a n dth e curre n t
- = -re l n u m b e a
r ndsta ti onn a mew i l lb e
10 seconds.
- =: ayedfor approximately

buttonto adjust.
6,Au' Hue

iHd

Density

FE6{

Brightness

Dicture QualityAdjustment
- -e
s c r e e nc o l o u rh u e ,col ou rd e n si ty,
, -d b r i g h t n e scsa nbe ad j uste d .
' Pushthe picture/sound
qualitybutton,
controlassist
andthenpushthe .EiH-,
button.

Advice:
The screenwill returnto the previous
displayafterabout10 secondsafter
finishino
ooer ation.
49

Advice:
ScreenMode
Changing
. The TV settingsbuttonoperation,
and
changed.
Thescreenmodecanbe
only
can
mode
screen
the
changingof
qualitybutton,
1. Pushthepicture/sound
be performedwhen audiois in TV/
andthenpushthe lTVffil (TV
video.
controlassistbutton'
Settings)

2 . Selectdesiredscreenmodeusingthe
followingcontrolassistbuttons:
|T?-Fn Wide screen 1
97-fTl, Wide screen2
f7=V )vl Normal
ft*i.v]
cinema

50

l -a ng, i n g t h e A u d i o Mul ti -B ro a d ca st
: -:r the pictureisound
qualitybutton,
=-: :henthe fi vEFFI(TV Settings)

J.

::-trolassistbutton.

_%'fi,n'nn

Pushthe lg-flE (Main),FE[' (Sub),


(Main+ Sub)control
assist
or m
audio
buttonto selectthedesired
type.

b6

=='%'q'

f,ushtheI >i^s-)lcontrolassistbutton.
Advice:
Audioselectionis onlypossiblewhen
The
TV audiomulti-broadcasts.
receiving
on the video
buttonwill not be displayed
screen.

51

RelayReception
2. PushthelTa-9lcontrol assistbutton.
Whenyou wishto continuelisteningto
the samebroadcast
on a long-distance
drive,if relayreceptionis turnedON, then
if when separatedfrom the broadcast
stationservicearea,the unitwill continue
receivingthe same broadcastfrom an
affiliatedstation.
3 . Pushthe fVT=l controlassistbutton.
qualitybutton,
1. Pushthe picture/sound
Eachtimethisis pushed,relay
and then the [TvH-fl (TV Settings)
receptionwill switchon/off.
controlassistbutton.
When receivinga relaybroadcast,the
controlassistbuttondisplaycolourwill
change.

Advice:
Relayreceptionis onlypossiblewhen
in TV mode. The buttonwill not be
in videom ode.
- ^displayed
cz

TurningClock DisplayOff
qualitybutton,
1. Pushthe picture/sound
vEeF]
push
(TV
and then
the iT
Settings)
controlassistbutton.

controlassist
3 . Pushthel-rFil-llctock)
button.
theclock
Eachtimethisis pushed,
displaywillswitchon/off.
ClockDisplay

10:00
r

2. Pushthe[T :}lcontrol assistbutton.


Advice:
. The clockdisplaycan onlybe turned
off whenin TV or videoimagemode.
. The clocktimeis set by GPS satellite
so modification
signalsautomatically,
is unnecessary.

53

A VIDEO
WATCHING
A portablevideodevicecan be connected
soldTV tunerusinga
to the separately
cable.
connector
for details.
ContactMitsubishi
Turningthe PowerOn
1. Pushthe TV buttonto displaythe TV
screen.
reception

controlassist
2. Pushthe m-7
button,and thenpushVTR.
Advice:
Pushthe TV controlassistbuttonto
switchto the TV screenfrom the video
screen.
Advice:
the VTR
lf a videois not connected,
controlassistbuttonwill not be displayed.

54

TV BROADCASTRADIOWAVES
Advice:
. Whenreceivinga television
broadcast,the radiowave strength
on the
may changedepending
could
area,and obstructions
reception
preventoptimumreceptionof radio
s ig na l s .
. Bu il d i n gasn d m o u n ta i ns
maybe
waves,
resultingin
radio
to
obstructive
a poorreceptionstate.

*m-eA

l l l l l l -

llllt ffi
.%.

Overheadtrainlines,highvoltage
powerlines,trafficsignalsand neon
signsmaycausestaticonscreenand
to the audiosystem.
Radiobroadcasts
andwireless
antennasand pylons
transmission
mayalsocausestatic.
',,Vhen
movingawayfrom a
broadcasting
station,if the radio
signalsweaken,the reception
condition
will be degraded.

ffi
?+

'stl
slwJ
';^--q

ffi
55

AIRCONDITIONER
Pushthe {EEEFI buttonto changeto
screenfromanother
the air conditioner
screen.
L".fr time the IE-E-EFIbuttonis pushed
the displaywill changeas follows:
System+Air
DrivingIniormation---Audio
Information
Conditioner---+surroundings

Advice:
the air conditioner'
Whenoperating
showthe
temporarily
will
the screen
air conditionerdisplay.In this case,
onceoperationis finished,the screen
will returnto the previousdisplayafter
aPProximatelyl0seconds

Air DisplayLighJ FrontDefogger Air VentSettingDisplayLight


Fresh/ Recirculated
Displayfight
RearWindowDefoggerDisPlaY
Fan SpeedDisPlaY
Light
AUTOOperation
DisplayLight
OPeration
Air Conditioner
Light
DisPlaY

56

F"-iIe speedadjustment
dialand the air
iltr: selectiondial in theAUTO position
with
a-,1$electthe desiredtemperature
adjustment
dial.
rE :emperature
:,r .ents(excluding
tii and@), fan
ON/OFFand
:reed. air conditioner
t=shlrecirculated
air settingswill be
a:_r"stedautomatically.
--e
vehicleowner'smanualexplains
*re on usingthe air conditioner
=fectively.

57

D i s p l a yL i ghts
Fan speed
withgreenbars.
Fan speedis indicated
The greaterthe numberof bars,the
fasterthe fan speed.

Fresh/ recirculatedair
whetherthe selectedair typeis
Indicates

freshor recirculated.
FreshAir DisplayLight

Air DisplayLight
Recirculated

Frontdefogger @
Thislightwillturnon whenthefront
ventis selected.
defogger

58

ililsf-rsefting dial

I = : = , : : - : s e l e c t eadi rv e n t
dJ

(defogger)
Leg area/ windscreen

l p p e r b o dy

Upperbody/ leg area

Leg area

59

Windscreen(defogger)

Rearwindow defogger
Lightsup whenthe rearwindowdefogger
switchis ON.
Readthe vehicleowner'smanualfor
moreinformation.
AUTOoperation
is in
llluminates
whenthe air conditioner
AUTOoperation(Fan speedadjustment
dialand ventsettingdialon AUTO).
Air conditioneroperation
is in
llluminates
whenthe air conditioner
operation.
Set temperature
Displaysthe selectedtemperature.

60

DRIVINGINFORMATION
drivabledistance,
remaining
The averagevehiclespeed,averagefuelconsumption,
and drivingtimecan be viewed.
Pushthe I@EEFIscreenchangebutton
to changefrom anotherscreento the
screen.
drivinginformation
Eachtimethe screenchangebuttonis
pushed,the screendisplaywill changeas
Screen
Button
Chanoe
follows:
---+
-+
Drivinglnformation Audio Air
-' Surroundings
Information
Conditioner

or---l

DieselVehicles

GasolineVehicles
AverageFuelConsumption Remaining
DrivableDistance
Average

62

r ----]0

m5

rhrnem-age
Veh icle Speed
:he
Insfllre",s averagevehiclespeed since
'fne : -l control assist button was
Iilr.,Eireluntil nOw.

RemainingDrivableDistanceGasotine
onty
Usingthe remaining
fuel,thisdisplaysthe
remainingdistancethatthe vehiclecan
be driven.
lf thisdistancereachesbelow50km,the
displaywillflicker.
Refuelas soonas possible.

SnefisgFuel Consumption Gasotine


Only
IrF[,a, s the averagefuel consumption
iirr:e :he lj t y lrlbuttonwas pushed

Advice:
. The remaining
drivabledistance
*4\- | -"5.
will
be
reset
when
refueling.Also,
- ;."n the averagefuelconsumption
when the fuel levelis low,the correct
'--.-km/l'willbe
:.annotbe measured.
measurement
will not be displayed,
so
: splayed.
when
refuelling,
fill
the
fuel
tank
up
as
. i,,er?gefuelconsumption
changes
muchas possible.
(road .
:ependingon drivingconditions
The remaining
drivabledistancewill
:ondition,drivingstyle).
previous
displaythe
fuelconsumption
*ctual fuel consumptionmay differto
data up untilnow,butthiswill change
:natdisplayed,
so use as a reference.
dependingon the drivingconditions.
Also, if the batteryterminalis
removed,all fuelconsumption
data
will be cleared,so the displayed
value
may differ.
Usethe displayas a reference.
63

DieselOnlv
D r i v i n gT i me
Displaysthe drivingtimesincethe ignition
w a s p u ti n O N .
Resetthe currentdrivingtimeby turning
the ignitionto LOCK.

BatteryTerminal Removal
Whenremovingthe batteryterminal,the
vehiclesettingswill be cleared.
Performthe followingprocedure.
screen
1. Selectthe drivinginformation
usingthe screenchangebutton.
assistbuttonto
2. Pushthe rucontrol
selectthe vehiclemodel.
3. Onceselected,pushthe lEElcontrol
assistbutton
Advice:
lf a mistakeis madewiththe vehicle
settings,givethe f'/ t'v-il controlassist
buttona longpush(morethan5 seconds)
to reset.
64

S UR R OUNDINGSINFORM ATION
The outsidetemperature,
compass,altitudeand GPS information
can be viewed.
PushthetEEUF]screenchangebutton
to changefrom anotherscreento the
----tf-----tB
3t'---__l
surroundings
information
screen.
'
{.{
Eachtimethe screenchangebuttonis
)
\\,
Screen
pushed,the screendisplaywill changeas ChangeBunon
follows:
-- Audio---+
DrivingInformation
Air
--+
Conditioner Surroundings
Information

rE[35

GPS Information

Outside
Thermometer

AltitudeMeter

Compass

66

3 u t s i d eT h e r m o me te r
- --clays
the temperature
outsidewhen
- t,,/tng.
::.'ice:
, The outsidetemperature
can be
displayed
from-30'C up to 50'C.
, Depending
on the drivingconditions,
the actualoutsidetemperature
may
differto the display.
Co mpa s s
,'ihenthe ignitionis ON, the compass
,,,illdisplaythe currentdirectionusing16
:cmpasspoints.

Altitude Meter
Displaysthe currentaltitudeof the
vehicle.
Displaysaltitudefrom0-3000m.

'i

4Slrrii'

Advice:
. Whenthe altitudeis lessthan50m,
"50mt:lT"will be displayed.
. The altitudemeterwill not be
displayedif the map CD is not
inserted.
GPS Information
Displaysthe numberof receiving
satellites.
8 Satellites

(3P'SM
67

REAR VIEW CAMERA (Gradeoption)


Displays
therearviewwhenreversing.

Thissystemdisplaysthe rearviewusing
the rearviewcamera,clearingthe blind
spot.
The camerais embeddedunderneath
the
n u m b e rp l a te .
The rearviewof the vehiclewill
automatically
be displayed
whenthe
ignitionis turnedON, and the selectlever
movedto R.
Whenthe selectleveris placedinto any
otherposition,the screenwill returnto
the previousdisplay.

68

RearView Camera

-rl,,A**,f:L

--+
= - = ; : h er e a rvi ewca meraw i l ld i splayonscr een
is lim ited,
andthe r earbum per
-_ : - : - - = - ds i d e ,a n dl o w era reaw i l ln o tbe displayed.
I -=:" , suallywhenreversing,
and usethe rearviewscreenas an extraguide

+/

HIIH/

_utl
:<SJJ|\
#\
-he

rearviewcamerausesa special-purpose
lens,so the displayeddistancewill
:ifferto the actualdistance.

69

Advice:
. The buzzerthatsoundswhen
reversing,
indicates
thatthe selector
leveris in the R position,and is not a
warningbuzzerto indicatea hazard.
. Whenthe rearview screenis
if an MMCScontrolpanel
displayed,
buttonis pushed,suchas the current
locationbutton,the screenwill change
from the rearview screento the
screenof the selectedbutton.
ln the followingsituations,the screen
may be difficultto see, but this is not a
fault.
. In a darkplace(at night)
. Whensunlightor the lightfrom
headlightsis focuseddirectlyon the
cameralens.
lf the cameralens is dirty,hazardswill
not be sufficiently
visible. lf thereis
waterdroplets,snow,mud etc.,on the
lens,wipe off carefully.
70

TROUBLESHOOTING
Whena messageis displayedonscreen.
Message

Whenmessageis displayed
How to fix
t t ' y 7 1 1h r6 h r , ) * t 0 ) T '
The batteryvoltageis low and
lf the engineis notrunning,
turn
I 0 ?,t11^(:EEr0it:Effi the screenwillshutoff in 10
the
engine
on.
to FFL*f.
seconds.
/t,- l'.rrEf t 6t;O'tK.# The routeis too lonq and
r8fA,"
cannotbe found.

Set the destinationcloserto the


currentlocation.

ir-

Theroutecannotbe found.

Performanothersearchafter
drivingfor a while.

Occurswhenviewingof
the FM multibroadcast
and information
has been
attempted
whiledriving.

Enjoyuseof the FM multi


broadcast
afterparkingthe
vehiclein a safeplace.

t
lt

l.

CI *t

lLT

]
lJo

fi{i+11**z\V* *t L"

fr{t+txl*{fT3*E/,""

Y/cS {E*Err6,)*tL"

Someoperations
cannotbe
performed
whiledriving.Stop
the vehiclein a safeplace
beforeproceeding.
Depending
on the reception
area
and
contents
to be
Thereis no VICSinformation.
displayed,
theremaybe no
VICSinformation.
Settings,searchor other
menuoperations
havebeen
attempted
whiledriving.

72

possibledamage.
Beforeconsidering
Problem

The currentlocationis
wrong

The routeguideis a
detour

Treatment
Afterdrivingfor a while,this
automatically
Theremaybe an errordue willbe adjusted
reception
is
to the drivingconditions. whenGPSsatellite
possible.
tyresizeand
Usethe specified
air pressure.Tyreradiusmay
Thetyresizeand air
differdepending
on thetyre
pressuremaybe incorrect.
tyresmaycause
type. Different
Changethe tyres.
errors,butshouldadjustafter
drivinqfor a while.
Forsafetyreasons,main
roadsmaybe givenpriority Whenthe selectedroute
is undesirable,
usethe fEli
to narrowroads,when
searching
for a route.
buttonto setthe pointyouwish
Also,all roadsmaynot be
to pass,settingthe routeand
coveredin the searchfor a searchagain.
routequide.
The routesearchprovisions
to
Setthe routeprovisions
maybe setto'TimePriority',
distance.
or'RoadPriority'
Possiblecause

73

Ensurethevolumeis notset
Adjustthe volume.
to )H.
Youmayhavecomeoffthe Thevoiceguidewillonlywork
selectedroute.
whenon the correctroute
Afterdrivingfor a while,this
Currentlocationmemory
Thecurrentlocationis not
willbe adjusted
automatically
will be clearedwhenbattery
displayed
whenGPSsatellitereception
terminalis removed.
is possible
Thisis a characteristic
of
LCDscreensanddoesnot
Theinsidevehicle
The screenis slowor dark
indicatea fault. The screen
temperature
is low.
willautomatically
change
whenthe temperature
rises
Thescreenlooksblackor whitefroman angle.
Thisis a characteristic
of
Therearesmallblackor coloured
(red,blue,green)
LCDscreensanddoesnot
spotsin the screen.
indicatea fault.

The voiceguidedoes not


work

74

To check the connectionstatus of optionardevices


ThisMitsubishi
Multi-Communication
System(MMCS)can displaythe connection
statusof compatible
optionaldevices.
Depending
on the vehicletype,the displayeddevicesmay not be set as options.
ConsultyourMitsubishi
dealerfor details.
3. Pushthell*ffi[EFB
1. Pushthe [.,r==l button.
] controlassist
button.

2. Selectl"i7Tffil,
button.

andpushtheFli

4 , The connection
statusof the optional
deviceswill be displayed.

75