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2009 EclipsE / EclipsE spydEr QUicK rEFErENcE GUidE

6
4
4
4
4
7
3
5
5
5
2
1
2 Cruise

Control
3 Wiper/Window

Washer Control
4 Warning

Lights
5 Audio Control
1 Climate Cont. &

Air Conditioning
5 Steering Wheel

Audio Control
6 Multi-center

Display
7 Exterior

Light Control

CLiMAtE ControL
1
A
E
C
F
D
2
& Air ConDitioning
B
CrUiSE ControL
A Temperature Control Dial
† To seT The cRuising speed
Turn the dial clockwise/counterclockwise to make the air warmer/
(1) Momentarily press the main button
cooler.
† To quickly Remove FRosT oR Fog FRom
(A) at the end of the cruise control
B
The Windshield
Air Conditioning Switch
lever. The “CRUISE” light comes on.
Press the button to turn on/off the A/C.
(1) Set the air flow selection dial D to the defroster
(2) Move the lever (B) down while
C
(
) position.
Blower Fan Speed Control Dial
driving at the desired speed.
Turn the dial clockwise/counterclockwise to increase/
(2) Set the blower fan speed control dial C to the
† To cancel The
decrease the fan speed.
maximum speed.
cRuising speed
D
(3) Turn the temperature control dial
Air Flow Selection Dial
A clockwise to the
• Press the main switch (A) at the end of the lever.
Turn the dial to a comfortable air flow position.
highest temperature position.
The indicator light “CRUISE” goes off.
† To quickly Remove FRosT oR Fog FRom The
Face
ReaR WindoW
OR
Face and Foot
(1) Press the rear window defogger button F
• Pull the cruise control lever (B) toward you.
Foot
(indicator light on).
OR
Foot and Windshield (Defrost)
† To quickly cool The inTeRioR
• Tap the brake pedal slightly or press down on it
Defrost
(1) Set the air flow selection dial D to the face ( ) position.
to slow your vehicle speed.
E Air Intake Selection Button
(2) Set the temperature control dial A
† To incRease The cRuising speed
to the “MAX A/C” position.
Press the button E to change the air intake mode from “recir-
(3) Set the blower fan speed control dial C
• Push the cruise control lever up for less than one second. Speed
to the
culated” (indicator light on) to “outside” (indicator light off) and
maximum speed.
will be increased one mph each time
vice versa.
† To quickly heaT The inTeRioR
the lever is pushed up.
F Rear Window Defogger Switch
(1) Set the air flow selection dial D to the foot (
) position.
OR
Press the button to turn on (indicator light on) or off
(2) Set the air intake selection button E to the outside air mode.
• Push the cruise control lever up and hold it
(indicator light off). The rear window defogger will
(3) Turn the temperature control dial A clockwise to the highest
until the desired speed is reached.
automatically turn off when the ignition is turned off,
temperature position.
OR
or after 17 minutes of operation.
(4) Set the blower fan speed control dial C to the
• Press the accelerator pedal until the desired speed is reached.
maximum speed.
Pul the cruise control lever down, and release it.

operates intermittently at intervals of about eight seconds. You
can adjust the intervals of the operation by using the
multi-center display (if equipped).
WiPEr/WinDoW
3
B : Tire Pressure Monitoring System
If the warning light comes on, this indicates one or more of the
tires has low air pressure. Check the pressure of each tire, includ-
• To activate the rear washer – Turn the rear wiper dial fully to
ing the spare, and fill with air as soon as possible. If the warning
either direction (
). Washer fluid will be sprayed onto the rear
WAShEr ControL
light still stays on, the system should be checked by an authorized
window glass and the wiper will automatically
Mitsubishi Motors dealer.
operate two or three times.
The ignition switch must be in the “ON” or “ACC” position.
• To deactivate the rear wiper – Turn the rear wiper dial to the
† Windshield WipeRs
C
: Supplemental Restraint System
oFF” position.
• To demist the windshield – Move the wiper lever to the “MiSt
Immediately have the vehicle checked by an authorized
position and release the lever. The wipers will wipe the wind-
Mitsubishi Motors dealer if the light comes on and stays on while driv-
shield one time.
ing, because this indicates a problem with the system.
• To deactivate the wipers –


Move the wiper lever to the
oFF position.


• To wipe slowly – Move the
4 WArning LightS
wiper lever to the “Lo” position.
• To wipe fast – Move the wiper
lever to the “hi” position.
Service Engine Soon A
Supplemental Restraint System C
• To wipe the windshield
intermittently – Move the wiper
lever to the “int” position. The
wiping intervals are adjustable
with the “int” dial (A).
Passenger Airbag Off D
Intervals vary in accordance with
vehicle speed. You can activate or
D : Passenger Air Bag Off Indicator
deactivate the speed-sensitive
The indicator light will stay on while driving to show that the
operation by using the multi-center
passenger front air bag is not operational when:
display (if equipped).
Tire Pressure Monitoring System B
• The passenger seat weight sensors sense a weight of less than
† Windshield WasheR
about 66 pounds on the front passenger seat.
• To activate – Pull the wiper
• The front passenger seat is not occupied.
lever toward you.
A : Service Engine Soon
The indicator light will go off while driving to show that the
† ReaR WindoW
If the light illuminates and stays on while driving, stop the
passenger front air bag is operational when the weight applied
WipeR and WasheR
engine and check if the fuel filler cap has been properly
to the front passenger seat is sensed at about 66 pounds or
• To activate the rear wiper –
tightened. If the light still stays on, have the vehicle checked by
greater. This includes a large dog sitting in the front passen-
Turn the rear wiper dial to the “int
an authorized Mitsubishi Motors dealer as soon as possible.
ger seat or heavy packages.
position. The wiper operates con-
tinuously for several seconds then

Press the LOAD/EJECT button C , then press one of the disc
select buttons g to select the slot where you wish to eject the
AUDio tUning/
5
(2) Press the AM-FM button J to select the
desired band.
disc.
CD ControL
(3) Press the or side of the SEEK/TRACK button D to
†To

selecT TRack
tune to a station or press one of the memory select buttons g to
Use the SEEK/TRACK button D to select a desired track
recall a station memorized for that button.
† To seT and play a cd
or to fast forward or fast reverse the disc: press the or
† To selecT Band (am-Fm)
Single CD Player
side of the SEEK/TRACK button until the desired track is
Press the AM-FM button J to select the desired band (AM/FM1/
Insert a CD into the CD slot
reached. The TRACK indicator will
FM2).
A or press the CD button
display the number of the selected
Satellite Radio
B with a CD in the player.
C
A
track.
(if equipped)
The CD indicator will turn
† To FasT FoRWaRd
Press the AM-FM-SAT button J to select the desired band
on, then the CD player will
Hold down the side of the
(AM/FM1/FM2/SAT1/SAT2/SAT3/SAT4).
begin playing.
g
SEEK/TRACK button D
† To Tune The Radio
6-Disc CD Changer
J
D
E
for more than one second.
Automatic Tuning
Press the CD button B and
† To FasT ReveRse.
Press the or side of the SEEK/TRACK button D ,
the CD mode is selected.
i
h
F
Hold down the side of the
and reception of the station selected will begin. You
B
CD playback will be started.
SEEK/TRACK button D
can automatically receive available stations, and hear
Press the disc select button
for more than one second.
their programs.
g to listen to your desired disc. Each indicator light on each
†To

scan cd
Manual Tuning
disc select button g shows the condition of each disc slot.
Single CD Player
Turn the TUNE/FOLDER dial h clockwise or
Light off: No disc
Press the SCAN button E . The SCAN indicator will come on,
counterclockwise. The radio station will be changed
Amber: Disc is set
and the first ten seconds of each track of the CD will play.
consecutively by the operation.
Green:
Disc is played (or selected)
6-Disc CD Changer
To


sToRe a Radio sTaTion in The memoRy
†To

play mp3 cd
Press the SCAN button E . The SCAN indicator will come on, and
(1) Press the or side of the SEEK/TRACK button D or
Single CD Player
the first ten seconds of each track of the selected disc will play.
turn the TUNE/FOLDER dial h to the station you wish to keep
Insert an MP3 CD into the CD slot A or press the CD button B
To exit SCAN mode, press the SCAN button again.
in the memory.
with an MP3 CD in the player. If an MP3 CD is already in the
†To Repea

T a cd TRack
(2) Press one of the memory select buttons g until you
slot, playback will start. The folder number and the track
Press the RPT/RDM button F . The RPT indicator will turn on
hear a beep. The memory button number and the station
number will appear on the display.
when the system is in repeat mode.
will appear on the display. Six stations can be stored in
6-Disc CD Changer
†To Randoml

y play cd TRacks
each button for each band.
Press the CD button B if MP3 CDs are already in the CD
Press the RPT/RDM button F . The RDM indicator will
To R


ecall a pRe-selecTed Radio sTaTion
changer; playback will start. The folder number and the
turn on when the system is in random mode. If it is an MP3 CD,
(1) Press the AM-FM button J to select the desired band.
track number will appear on the display. Turn the
tracks selected randomly from all folders in the disc(s) will be
(2) Press one of the memory select buttons g to recall a
TUNE/FOLDER dial h clockwise or counterclockwise
played back.
station pre-selected for that button.
to select your desired folder.
†To

scan availaBle Radio sTaTions
†To

ejecT disc
Radio
Press the SCAN button E . The SCAN indicator will come
Single CD Player
†To

lisTen To The Radio
on and the radio will tune consecutively to each available
Press the EJECT button C ; the CD will stop playing and the CD
1) Press the PWR dial
station for about five seconds per station. Press the SCAN
i or AM-FM button J to turn the radio
will be ejected. The system then will switch to the radio mode.
on and off.
button again to stop scanning.
6-Disc CD Changer

MULti-CEntEr
ExtErior
6
7
SEAt ADJUStMEnt/ControL
DiSPLAy
Light ControL
†p
oWeR seaT (If equipped)
• To adjust the seat position, press the bottom switch A toward
To Tu


Rn on/oFF The
the front (1) or rear (2) of
comBinaTion headlighT
the vehicle.
1
2
3
Rotate the switch at the end of the turn signal lever.
• To adjust the seatback angle, pull the seatback lock lever B
OFF: All the lights will turn off.
up gently, leaning
: The parking, tail, front/rear side-marker, license plate and
the seatback forward
B
A
instrument panel lights will turn
slightly. Then lean
4
5
on respectively.
the seatback back-
2
: Headlights and
ward to a
other lights will turn
comfortable position
on respectively.
and release the lever.
†d
isplay FuncTions
If the light switch is at
• To raise or lower the
(Main display)
4
5
the or ,
front part of the seat
1 Electronic compass
the ignition key is turned
cushion,
2 Digital clock
raise or lower the front end of the bottom switch.
3
to “LOCK” or “ACC”
Outside temperature
• To raise or lower the rear part of the seat cushion,
4
position or removed from the ignition switch, and the driver’s
Audio Mode
raise or lower the rearward end of the bottom switch.
5
door is opened, the lights will automatically turn off. If the light
“H” / “M” Buttons
• To raise or lower the entire seat cushion, raise or
†To

adjusT The clock Time
switch is at the or position, the ignition key is turned
lower the center of the bottom switch.
Press the “H” and “M” buttons to set the clock as follows:
to “LOCK” or “ACC” or removed from the ignition switch, and
†h
eaTed seaT (If equipped)
H (HOUR) — Press and hold the “H” button until the
the driver’s door is closed, the lights will stay on for about three
• To activate/deactivate heated seats:
correct hour appears.
minutes and turn
Press the switch located in front of the floor console box
M (MINUTE) — Press and hold the “M” button until the correct
off automatically.
when the ignition key
minute appears.
†To

change The headlighTs FRom
is in the “ON” posi-
†To

change The uniT oF
high Beam To loW Beam
tion. The indicator
ouTside TempeRaTuRe
Pull the turn signal lever fully toward you to change the
light A will
Press the “H” and “M” buttons simultaneously for more than
headlight beam height. The high beam indicator comes on
illuminate while the
ten seconds when the ignition key is in the “ACC”
when the headlights are on high beam, and goes off when
heater is on.
or “ON” position. The display will switch the outside
the headlights are on low beam.
1 – Heater high
temperature unit between degree F and degree C.
(to heat quickly)
2 – Heater off
3 – Heater low (to keep the seat warm)

(3) Press one of the
LoCk/UnLoCk rEMotE
buttons (
SUnrooF
1 , 2
ControL trAnSMittEr
or 3 )
(If equipped)
on the remote control
†To

lock dooRs and TailgaTe
transmitter to turn off
†To

open sunRooF
Press the LOCK button
Press the sunroof switch

1 once to open the sunroof a few
1 to lock all the doors and tailgate. The
the alarm.
dome light will blink once if the dome light switch is set at the
† TheFT alaRm
inches. Use this position for minimal wind noise. Press the
DOOR position. The turn
sysTem (If
sunroof switch 1 again to fully open the sunroof. To stop the
signal lights will also
equipped)
sunroof movement, press the sunroof switch 1 a
blink once.
Arm the system by
third time.
†To

unlock
locking the doors
† To close sunRooF
dooRs and Tail-
with the transmitter or power door locks. The horn wil sound
gaTe
intermittently and the headlights will blink on and off for three
Press the UNLOCK
minutes. The system will then be rearmed until the system is
button 2 to unlock only
disarmed.
the driver’s door. Press it
To disarm the system:
one more time, and all the doors and the tailgate will unlock.
(1) All doors or the tailgate are unlocked by the remote control
The dome light will turn on for 15 seconds if the dome light
transmitter or by using the key.
switch is set at the DOOR position. The turn signal lights wil
(2) The ignition key is turned to the “ACC” or “ON” position.
also blink twice.
(3) If the UNLOCK button is pressed when all doors and the
tailgate are closed and no door is opened within
approximately 30 seconds, rearming will automatically occur.
† elecTRonic immoBilizeR
ALArM/Anti-thEFt SyStEM
(Anti-theft starting system)
Press the switch 3 , and the sunroof will close
You can start the vehicle with only the keys that have been
while the switch is pressed.
†To ac

TivaTe The panic alaRm
registered to the vehicle. If you lose the key, you can order
†To Til

T up
If you are near your vehicle and feel threatened and want to call
a key from your authorized Mitsubishi Motors dealer by referring
Press the switch 2 , and the rear edge of the sunroof will be
attention:
to the key number. Take your vehicle and all remaining keys to
raised for ventilation.
(1) Press the PANIC button 3 on the remote control transmitter
your authorized Mitsubishi Motors dealer to have your ID code
To TilT doWn
for one second or more.
changed to prevent vehicle theft.
Press the switch 3 .
(2) The headlights will blink and the horn will sound for about
three minutes.

This Quick Reference Guide is not intended to replace your vehicle Owner’s Manual which contains more detailed information concerning the features of your vehicle as well as important safety
warnings designed to help reduce the risk of injury to you and your passengers. Please read your entire Owner’s Manual carefully as you begin learning about your new Endeavor and refer to the
appropriate sections when questions arise.
All information contained in this Quick Reference Guide was accurate at the time of printing. We reserve the right to change features, operation and/or functionality of any vehicle specification at any
time. Your Mitsubishi Motors dealer is the best source for the most current information
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