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Mitsubishi Dead Key Fob Help: Part II, Getting Started

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Starting Your Mitsubishi First, if you are still locked outside, click here. Starting a Mitsubishi will depend on whether or not there is an actual Start / Stop button. If there is, continue below. Keyless Turn Knob Start If there is a keyless turn knob, on the steering column, it is a three step process …

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Carlos Ghosn Misses an Eastern Cultural Mark

We generally ignore personnel issues in the industry — they’re never ending — but this one got our attention. It is the arrest and ouster of Carlos Ghosn, the now former chairman of Nissan, Renault, and Mitsubishi. Ghosn was arrested on suspicion of mishandling some $40 million, but we were struck by what actually prompted …

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Parking Brake Indicators 2

These symbols are Parking Brake Indicator symbols. The symbol to the far left simply indicates that the parking, or emergency brake is engaged. Be sure to disengage the parking or emergency brake before driving. The second image with the wrench or spanner added is used with Electronic Parking Brakes and indicates that it needs to …

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Electric Power Steering (EPS) Indicator Symbol 2

These are the Electric Power Steering (or Electronically controlled or Electronic) (EPS) Indicator symbols. If equipped, the light will come on when the vehicle is first started. If it comes on while driving, there is a problem with the system. The good news is that there may be a way around it… As an electronic …

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Transmission Oil Temperature Indicator 2

These are Automatic Transmission Oil Temperature Indicator symbols. Generally seen in red, it means exactly what it says, that the oil temperature in the transmission is too high, which risks transmission failure. Some manufacturers show the symbol as yellow/amber. Regardless of color, take the symbol seriously. This indicator is generally in use only in 4- …

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