Mitsubishi Outlander: Ventilators - For pleasant driving - Mitsubishi Outlander Owner's ManualMitsubishi Outlander: Ventilators

1- Centre ventilators. 2- Side ventilators.

1- Centre ventilators. 2- Side ventilators.

Air flow and direction adjustments

Centre ventilators

Move the knob (A) to adjust the air flow direction. To close the ventilator, fully move the knob (A) to the inner side.

1- Close. 2- Open.

1- Close. 2- Open.

Side ventilators

Move the knob (A) to adjust the air flow direction. To close the ventilator, fully move the knob (A) to the outer side.

1- Close. 2- Open.

1- Close. 2- Open.

NOTE:
● The cool air from the ventilators may appear as a mist. This is due to moist air being suddenly cooled by the air conditioning. This will clear after a few moments.
● Be careful not to spill drinks, etc., into the ventilators. Doing so might cause the air conditioning not to function normally.

Mode selection dial

To change the amount of air flowing from the ventilators, turn the mode selection

To change the amount of air flowing from the ventilators, turn the mode selection dial.

Changing the mode selection

To change the position and amount of air flowing from the ventilators, turn the mode selection dial. These symbols are used in the next several illustrations to demonstrate the quantity of air coming from the ventilators. Medium amount of air from the ventilatorsSmall amount of air from the ventilators Large amount of air from the ventilatorsMedium amount of air from the ventilators Face positionLarge amount of air from the ventilators

Face position

Air flows only to the upper part of the passenger compartment.

Air flows only to the upper part of the passenger compartment.

Foot/face position

Air flows to the upper part of the passenger compartment, and flows to the leg

Air flows to the upper part of the passenger compartment, and flows to the leg area.

NOTE:
● With the mode selection dial between thepositions, the air flows mainly to the upper part of the passenger compartment.andpositions, the air flows mainly to the upper part of the passenger compartment. positions, the air flows mainly to the upper part of the passenger compartment. With the mode selection dial between thethe air flows mainly to the leg area.andthe air flows mainly to the leg area.positions, the air flows mainly to the leg area.

Foot position

Air flows mainly to the leg area.

Air flows mainly to the leg area.

Foot/demister position

Air flows to the leg area, the windscreen and the door windows.

Air flows to the leg area, the windscreen and the door windows.

NOTE:
● With the mode selection dial between thepositions, the air flows mainly to the leg area. With the mode selection dial betweenandpositions, the air flows mainly to the leg area. With the mode selection dial between positions, the air flows mainly to the leg area. With the mode selection dial between thethe air flows mainly to the windscreen and door windows.andthe air flows mainly to the windscreen and door windows.positions, the air flows mainly to the windscreen and door windows.

Demister position

Air flows mainly to the windscreen and the door windows.

Air flows mainly to the windscreen and the door windows.

    Automatic air conditioning
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