I recently changed the battery in my car, and now my radio display indicates "CODE" or "OFF" and the radio is not working. What do I need to do?
As part of the radio's anti-theft system on some older model year vehicles (2002 and older), the radio resets itself whenever it loses power from the vehicle's battery. Radio security codes are associated with each individual radio unit rather than the vehicle identification number (VIN). The radio security code must be entered in order for the radio to work.
When you purchased your vehicle, you should have received a card that lists the four-digit security code for the radio (sometimes owners find it inserted in the Owner's Manual or glove box). A sample card is shown below.
Once you locate the radio code, please click here for instructions to input the radio code and deactivate the anti-theft system.
If you are unable to locate your radio security code card, please click here to visit the Radio Code Retrieval website for instructions on obtaining your radio security code. You may also contact your local Authorized Mitsubishi Dealer for assistance.
My SiriusXM2 trial subscription is ending. How do I extend my subscription?
You can extend your SiriusXM subscription here.
I'm already a SiriusXM2 subscriber. How do I add my new Mitsubishi to my SiriusXM account?
Call 1-855-236-9236 when you get your new Mitsubishi so SiriusXM can add it to your account. SiriusXM will also take care of cancelling the service on your old vehicle (if you no longer have it) and can move any unused service credits to your new one.
Be sure to have your new Radio ID or VIN available when you call.
When I play a DVD in my rear entertainment system, why can't I hear the sound through the vehicle speakers?
The Rear Entertainment System plays sound through infrared wireless headphones included with the system for privacy and will support multiple headphones. On special factory-installed systems (2007 model year Outlander) the sound can be played through the vehicle's speakers when the radio is switched to the AUX mode, but the vehicle is not wired to allow this function on the accessory versions.
How do I connect my iPhone® to Apple CarPlay?
For 2017 Models (except Outlander) and 2018 Models (except Outlander and Outlander Sport), download the quick reference guide for iPhone users here
For 2017 Outlander and 2018 Models (except Mirage, Mirage G4, and Outlander Sport LE), download the quick reference guide for iPhone users here
How do I connect my Android to Android Auto?
For 2017 Models (except Outlander) and 2018 Models (except Outlander and Outlander Sport), download the quick reference guide for Android users here
For 2017 Outlander and 2018 Models (except Mirage, Mirage G4, and Outlander Sport LE), download the quick reference guide for Android users here
Where can I purchase Navigation updates for my Navigation System? How much do the updates cost?
For 2013 and older model year vehicles, updated maps are available for purchase at http://Hereshop.navigation.com/Mitsubishi-motors. You may also purchase the updated DVD/CD from your local Authorized Mitsubishi Dealer.
If you own a 2014 or subsequent model year with Mitsubishi Multi-Communication System navigation*, CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE FOR YOUR TWO annual, fresh maps at no additional charge: http://Hereshop.navigation.com/Mitsubishi-motors or call (866) 347-9666 or visit your Mitsubishi dealership for assistance.
*SOME EXCLUSIONS MAY APPLY.
How recent are the maps in the Navigation System?
The maps are updated around the 4th quarter on a yearly basis. Specifically, maps are as recent as the mapping company camera vehicles have driven any particular highway, road or street across the country, compiled the new maps to work in your navigation system, and then issued the new map DVDs.
How do I adjust the volume to the Navigation System voice?
For 2013 or older model year vehicles, go to the Navigation panel and press: SET>System> Others>Guidance Voice. You can also press the NAVI MENU button located under the screen. On the screen, press NAVI VOICE OTHERS. Use the + and - icons to adjust the volume. While making a call, you can also press the + button on the steering wheel to increase the volume. This volume increase will be shown in the upper right side of the Navigation screen.
If I install a Navigation System with a Hard Disc Drive (HDD) in my vehicle, can I keep the existing 6-disc CD Changer?
For 2013 or older model year vehicles, if you install a Mitsubishi Navigation System with HDD, it comes with a 30GB or 40GB Hard Disc Drive which replaces the 6-CD changer. The HDD has a single disc player, but it allows you to record songs from your CDs directly to the music server any time you wish - the capacity is much greater than a six disc CD player and can save up to 1800 songs (40GB only). NOTE: A 6-CD changer is no longer available for 2014 model year vehicles.
My vehicle came "pre-wired" for the Hands-free/FUSE system3. How do I get the Hands-free system to work with my vehicle?
Your vehicle already has the necessary wiring for Hands-free; in order for it to work you will need to purchase the Hands-free kit and have it installed by your local authorized Mitsubishi Dealer.
I have forgotten the pass code to my phone's address book that I programmed in my Hands-free system. How do I reset it?
Please contact your local authorized Mitsubishi Dealer for assistance.
How do I get my phone to work with the Hands-free/FUSE system3 in my vehicle?
to learn more about Mitsubishi's Hands-free/FUSE technology.
What is the FAST (Free-Hand Advanced Security Transmitter) key entry system and how does it work?
The FAST-Key allows the driver to unlock the vehicle simply by having the remote in a pocket or purse and gripping the handle, or pressing a button near the door handle on either of the front doors or pressing a button on the trunk. The FAST-Key system provides both convenience and security since the driver does not need to search for a key or remote control while carrying packages or when in a poorly lit area, for example. With the FAST-Key, instead of inserting and turning a key to start the engine, the driver simply presses the ignition knob on the steering column to release the lock, and then twists it to start the engine. On vehicles equipped with a One-touch Start System (OSS), all the driver has to do is press a button near the steering wheel to start the engine.
Can I change the settings so my FAST-key unlocks all the doors?
Yes, if you have a Mitsubishi Navigation System, you can change the settings so that all the doors unlock: Go to SET > Equipment > Power Door Locks > Unlock Operation. If you don't have a Navigation System, you can still change the settings by using the buttons on your FAST-key fob:
- Step 1: Press and hold Lock #1 button.
- Step 2: While holding down the Lock #1 button, wait four seconds and then Press and hold Unlock #2 button (do not allow more than ten seconds to pass).
- Step 3: Keep holding down both buttons and then release Lock #1 button first.
- Step 4: Release Unlock #2 button second.
Repeat the above procedure to return the settings back to the default. If the customer mode does not work, the dealership can use a specialty tool to modify the settings as required. Please click here to locate your nearest Mitsubishi dealership.
Is there an emergency key for the FAST-key?
Yes, there is! In the event the battery dies in your FAST-key fob, you will still be able to start your car! First remove the ignition knob "cap" in your vehicle by slightly depressing the sides of the cap. Next, release the emergency key (looks like a "regular" key) from your FAST-key fob: If you turn your key fob over, there is a button on the back of the fob that releases the silver emergency key. Once released, remove the emergency key, turn it around, and place the end of the key (where the ring is) in the key fob. Insert the key into the ignition and turn the engine over. (You must make sure the FAST-key fob is attached/touching the emergency key when starting the engine; the emergency key does not snap into the FAST-key fob so you may have to hold the key and the fob when turning the key in the ignition. Once the engine has started, you can remove the FAST-key fob, leaving the emergency key in the ignition, and place the fob in a secure location.) You can now drive to your local Mitsubishi Dealer in order to have your vehicle diagnosed. You can also find additional information in your Owner's Manual about the emergency FAST-key operation.
For vehicles equipped with a One-touch Start System, you can find additional information regarding using the emergency key in your Owner's Manual.
What is the warranty coverage for my vehicle?
Your Warranty and Maintenance Manual details what is and what is not covered under the terms of your new vehicle limited warranty and powertrain warranty. Click here
to view warranty information for newer model year vehicles.
How do I find out the warranty on my tires?
Because the tires are not manufactured by Mitsubishi, they are covered by the tire manufacturer and not by Mitsubishi's new vehicle limited warranty. This information is also available in the tire warranty literature that can be found in your vehicle's glove box.
The toll free numbers for each tire manufacturer are:
|Bridgestone/Firestone ||(800) 543-7522|
|Goodyear ||(800) 321-2136|
|Michelin ||(800) 847-3435|
|Toyo ||(800) 442-8696|
|Uniroyal/Goodrich ||(800) 521-9796|
|Yokohama ||(800) 423-4544|
I would like to export my vehicle from the USA to Canada. What do I need to do?
Please contact our Customer Relations Call Center at 1-888-MITSU (1-888-648-7820) for further assistance. Please note that importing your vehicle to Canada (or any other country) voids the warranty on your vehicle, as stated in your Warranty and Maintenance Manual. Canada requires that owners of vehicles less than 15 years old provide proof that the vehicle is free from any recalls before the vehicle may be imported to Canada. The required recall clearance letter can be provided by the Customer Relations Call Center for a nominal fee.
Can I be reimbursed for warranty repairs not performed at an authorized Mitsubishi Dealer?
Mitsubishi does not subsidize or reimburse for any repairs that are performed at a non-Mitsubishi authorized repair facility. Furthermore, there is no provision under the warranty for reimbursement of out-of-pocket expenses (i.e. hotel stay, meals, gas, and lost wages) in conjunction with a warrantable part failure.
What happens to my warranty if I modify my vehicle?
Please review your Warranty
manual for information on what is covered and not covered under the manufacturer's warranty. Modifying your vehicle could affect the warranty on your vehicle. Mitsubishi warranty coverage is for manufacturer's defects only and does not cover after-market parts. There is no warranty coverage available for components that have been subjected to accident damage, abuse, or lack of maintenance (including racing, alterations to body, chassis, odometer tampering, etc.).
I just purchased a Mitsubishi vehicle; is there still warranty on my vehicle?
Congratulations! Click here
to register your vehicle online so you can gain access to special Mitsubishi offers along with the remaining warranty coverage on your vehicle. Should you have any questions, please contact our Customer Relations Call Center at 888-648-7820 and we will be happy to review the warranties that may still be in effect on your vehicle and answer any questions you may have. Be sure to have your seventeen-character Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) available when you call. Note: Powertrain warranty coverage terms on passenger cars and SUVs may be dependent on whether or not you are the original owner of the vehicle.
I'm having a problem with my Mitsubishi vehicle. What can I do?
Contact your local authorized Mitsubishi dealer, explain your concern, and schedule an appointment to bring your vehicle in so it can be inspected and diagnosed. If your vehicle is not drivable, contact Roadside Assistance and arrange to have your vehicle towed to your closest Mitsubishi dealer. You can reach Roadside Assistance by dialing 1-888-MITSU(1-888-648-7820). Please have your seventeen character Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) available when you call.
I received a letter in the mail about a recall on my vehicle. What should I do?
Please contact your local Authorized Mitsubishi Dealer
to make arrangements to have the recall completed. By scheduling an appointment in advance, you can be assured that your local Authorized Mitsubishi Dealer
will have the parts available to complete the repair.
How can I find out if my vehicle is affected by a campaign (Service Campaign or Recall)?
You can access any recall and service campaign information for your vehicle by registering your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) online! Click here
to sign up!
What are Technical Service Bulletins (TSBs)?
Technical Service Bulletins are technical updates and procedures that MMNA makes available to dealers to help repair a vehicle. A TSB is not a recall or a service campaign.
I am concerned about recent service I received at my local dealership. Who can I contact to discuss my concerns?
Like any business, the management team at your local Mitsubishi Dealer
is in the best position to address any concerns you may have about a recent service. You should ask to speak to the Service Manager or the General Manager at the Dealer to voice your concerns, If you are still not satisfied with the outcome, you may call our Customer Relations Call Center at 1-888-MITSU
(1-888-648-7820) Monday-Friday 7AM to 4PM Pacific Time. We will work directly with your Dealer to facilitate a resolution of your concern.
The SES (or CHECK ENGINE) light is illuminated in my vehicle's instrument cluster. What should I do?
The Service Engine Soon (SES) indicator illuminates when your vehicle's computer has sensed a discrepancy with one of the systems in your vehicle. If you are not experiencing any problems driving the vehicle, schedule an appointment as soon as possible with your local Authorized Mitsubishi Dealer to have your vehicle diagnosed. If you are experiencing drivability concerns or your vehicle is not operable, you may contact Roadside Assistance to have your vehicle towed to the closest Mitsubishi Dealer. The number is 1-888-MITSU (1-888-648-7820), Option 1/Option 1. Roadside Assistance is available 24 hours a day. NOTE! If you have not tightened your gas cap all the way after filling up, the SES light may illuminate. Be sure to always tighten your gas cap after refueling until you hear it click three times.
How can I obtain a service schedule for the required maintenance of my vehicle?
Can I order parts directly from Mitsubishi Motors North America?
Unfortunately, MMNA does not sell parts directly to the public - please contact your local Authorized Mitsubishi Dealer
if you are interested in purchasing a specific part.
Can I use ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid) in my vehicle that is equipped with a CVT?
The CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) requires a specially formulated CVT Fluid: Dia Queen J4 CVTF. Other fluids should not be used with the CVT because the Dia Queen J4 CVTF has been formulated to work as an integral component in the transmission. Other fluids will affect the CVT's operation and may void the warranty of the transmission. This special fluid allows the constant velocity drive belt in the transmission to work without the friction that would quickly destroy the belt should normal ATF be used in the transmission. Check with your local Authorized Mitsubishi Dealer
if you have any further questions.
Can I use my vehicle to tow a trailer or other vehicle?
Please check your Owner's Manual for specific information about the towing capacity and recommendations for your vehicle.
How does my vehicle need to be towed?
Please refer to your Owner's Manual for specific information on how your vehicle needs to be towed. NOTE: All-wheel drive vehicles must be towed with all four tires off the road.
Where can I find the recommended tire pressure for my vehicle?
The correct tire pressure for your vehicle is listed on the placard attached to the sill of the driver's door. Tire pressures should be checked and adjusted if necessary at least once a month.
How can I calculate my gas mileage?
Here are four quick steps to calculate your MPG:
- Fill your vehicle's fuel tank and record the odometer mileage.
- Drive your vehicle as you normally do.
- Refill the fuel tank. Record the odometer mileage again, as well as the gallons of fuel used.
- Subtract the first mileage number from the second number to know how many miles were driven. Divide the number of miles driven by the number of gallons of fuel used. This is your approximate MPG.
How does the new Forward Collision Mitigation system (FCM)4 work on the 2014 Outlander?
If the Forward Collision Mitigation (FCM)4 determines that a collision may occur by using its integrated radar, it will provide a visual and audible warning on the combination meter to alert the driver of an impending danger, and controls the vehicle braking by increasing the brake fluid pressure or enhancing the brake pedal effort. If a collision is highly anticipated, the system will brake the vehicle automatically in order to avoid or reduce the injury or danger due to the collision/accident.
How does the new Adaptive Cruise Control5 work on the 2014 Outlander?
In addition to conventional cruise control system, an adaptive cruise control5 is available which maintains a safe following distance from the Outlander to vehicle traveling ahead. A radar detects the distance to the vehicle travelling ahead, and decelerates or accelerates the Outlander to maintain the distance.
How does the new Lane Departure Warning6 system work on the 2014 Outlander?
When the Outlander begins to drift close to a lane line, the system produces an audible tone and warning display to alert the driver. The range of the warning operation changes according to the approach speed to the lane. The LDW system warning operates for approximately 10 seconds (maximum). The lane position is monitored by a camera installed on the windshield adjacent to the rain-light sensor.
What is Roadside Assistance?
The Roadside Assistance plan covers the following:
- 24/7 Roadside Assistance services include towing, emergency fuel and fluid delivery, jump starts in the event of a dead battery, exchange of a flat tire with your inflated spare, lockout assistance and mechanical "first aid" for minor roadside repairs or adjustment.
- Trip Interruption.
- Concierge Service.
For more information, go to https://www.mitsubishicars.com/who-we-are/roadside-assistance
PLUS when you download the Road Assist+ App you receive additional features:
- Access exclusive insurance quotes. With the Road Assist+ App request auto insurance quote from participating carriers through the app.
- Access discount and earn a Mitsubishi reward for safe driving. With the Road Assist+ App you are given journey feedback and a score based on your driving habits using your smartphone sensors. With Mitsubishi rewards, complete levels and earn badges by achieving each level requirement in:
- Mileage - Drive a number of miles and days.
- Hard Braking - Drive a number of trips with no more than a certain number of hard braking events.
- Speeding - Drive a number of trips with no more than a certain number of speeding events.
Is Roadside Assistance transferable to subsequent owners? How can I obtain Roadside Assistance? What is covered under Roadside Assistance?
Yes! Your vehicle has Roadside Assistance for five years/unlimited miles from the date it was originally sold*. This coverage stays with the vehicle. iMiEV vehicles are covered for Roadside Assistance for three years/36,000 miles. Click here
for more information on Roadside Assistance.
I lost my Roadside Assistance Card. How do I get a replacement card?
to download your replacement card, and then follow the instructions on the PDF. Please note that this will be your new card, as Mitsubishi does not mail out replacements.
What services does Mitsubishi Roadside Assistance Offer?
As a Mitsubishi owner, should you ever need it, you have access to 24-hour emergency roadside assistance for five full years (3 years/36,000 miles for Mitsubishi i-MiEV), regardless of mileage. Covered services include towing (even in the event of an accident, as allowed under law, where there is no police report filed due to additional property damage or personal injury), jump starts, flat-tire service, emergency fuel and fluid delivery, lockout assistance, towing to your closest Mitsubishi dealership if the vehicle is inoperable, and much more.
When did my Mitsubishi Roadside Assistance coverage begin?
Coverage begins on the date the vehicle was first sold or put into use, whichever is earlier. To view the expiration date of your Mitsubishi Roadside Assistance, login/register your vehicle at https://www.mitsubishicars.com/owners
. Select My Garage, and then See Warranty Details.
You may also contact Mitsubishi Motors Customer Relations by calling 1-88-648-7820.
How can I reach Mitsubishi Roadside Assistance if I am unable to use the Mitsubishi Motors Road Assist+app?
Please call 1-88-648-7820, then select Option 1, then Option 1 again for 24/7 access to Mitsubishi Roadside Assistance. If you are having trouble using the app, please contact us at this same number and select Option 1, then Option 6 or online at: https://www.mitsubishicars.com/contact-us
How much does Mitsubishi Roadside Assistance cost?
Generally, there is no charge for any of the covered services for five full years, regardless of mileage (3 years/36,000 miles for Mitsubishi i-MiEV). However, you will be responsible for the cost of non-warrantable parts, lost key replacement or non-warrantable tire repair. You are also responsible for the cost of any personal services we arrange for you. Beyond the five years, and through the term of the 10-year/100,000 mile Powertrain Limited Warranty for the first owner where applicable, we will arrange for a warrantable tow to your closest Mitsubishi dealership at no cost to you, if needed.
What does my coverage exclude?
Coverage excludes winching of vehicles off road, vehicles disabled in rally-racing or other competitive events and vehicles used for commercial purposes, such as police, taxi, route-delivery, livery, or daily rental services. Please review your warranty and maintenance for more information. MMNA reserves the right to limit and/or charge available services at any time.
What is Trip Interruption?
In the event your vehicle is disabled due to a warrantable condition, and you are more than 150 miles from home and the vehicle has to be kept overnight for repairs, Mitsubishi's Roadside Assistance Plan will reimburse for reasonable documented expenses for meals, lodging, and transportation up to $175 per day for a maximum of three days. To be eligible for this benefit, you must obtain prior authorization from the Roadside Assistance Provider prior to incurring any expenses.
Do you offer Concierge Service?
We can arrange to make or change your reservations in case of delay associated with a roadside breakdown. At your request, we will notify your family members or colleagues of a delay, call a business associate to cancel a meeting, or take care of any other necessary details to help ease any inconvenience.
If needed, overnight accommodations can be arranged at a hotel or motel, or existing reservations can be changed as needed due to delays. We can also assist you in finding needed telephone numbers and ATMs.
You are responsible for any costs associated with any services that are arranged.
Is Mitsubishi Roadside Assistance transferable to subsequent owners?
Your Mitsubishi vehicle has Roadside Assistance for 5 years/Unlimited miles (3 years/36,000 for Mitsubishi i-MiEV) from the date it will originally sold or put into use. This coverage stays with the vehicle when ownership changes.
How can I contact Mitsubishi Motors Customer Relations?
For questions or concerns about your vehicle, you may contact Mitsubishi Customer Relations by phone at 1-888-648-7820. You may also select the link below for more contact options: https://www.mitsubishicars.com/contact-us
How do I opt-out of marketing offers?
You are automatically opted-in to marketing offers when you donwload the app. If you do not want to receive discounts and offers, you will need to turn off the trip recording and unsubscribe from any Mitsubishi Motors Road Assist+ promotional emails you receive.
A trip is missing.
Occasionally the app will not record enough valid data to register a trip. As a result, the trip will not show up in the news feed or trip history. This usually happens when a trip is too short to provide meaningful amounts of data, location based services are disabled on the phone settings, or the cell service is interrupted causing the GPS to lose the signal.
The distance reported for a trip is not accurate.
GPS accuracy can fluctuate throughout a trip. A portion of the trip could have poor GPS accuracy which may have an effect on the data calculations. In order for the Autostart feature to be as battery efficient as possible, the app may miss the first few hundred yards of trip. If you have an Android device, primarily use the same vehicle, and the vehicle has a Bluetooth device, we recommend that you enable the option to "stop Autostart unless the Bluetooth device is connected", as this will significantly increase the Autostart accuracy as well as enhance battery performance.
As a rule of thumb, the app uses 1% of battery life per hour when detecting Autostart. When recording trips, it sues 6-10% per hour of driving, depending on the phone make, model, and age. It will use more power if the screen is left on, so we recommend to prevent the app from draining your battery completely, a function is built in to terminate the app when your battery reaches a certain level which is preselected for your benefit. You can review and adjust this level in the Settings>Enable Battery Monitor menu, and select the threshold at which the app is deactivated by selecting the "Battery Threshold" setting, also in the settings area.
Multiple Telematics App on a single phone
In order to get the best battery performance and the most accurate data, we recommend only running one telematics app on the phone at any one time.
How much of my data plan will the app use?
The app is designed to minimize the amount of data that is transmitted both to and from your smartphone, and in normal use; the data load is the equivalent of downloading 2-3 songs to your phone. You can further reduce the data impact with a few simple settings, available in the under the main Settings menu. Instead, the app will securely store the trip data on the device until the device is connected to a Wi-Fi network before uploading the data over the Wi-Fi connection. Users selecting this option may see a delay in trip results appearing on the news scroll as trip results are processed after upload.
You can review your overall score and breakdown from the menu tab within the dashboard. The score is broken down by several attributes and an explanation is provided for each one.
What does "Leaderboard" mean?
Once a user opts-in to participate on the leaderboard, their alias will appear showing their rank relative to other users of the app based on the valid scores that have been earned. The user is ranked against other users for the same app. To opt-out of the leaderboard, the user can turn off the public leaderboard from their account settings.
How do I opt-out of trip recording?
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How do I enroll in the Ally Auto Online Services?
Please visit Ally Auto and select Enroll Now to get started.
How it works:
- Enter Your Account Information
- Add your vehicle(s).
- Create your username and password, and set up your profile.
- Authorize Ally Auto to send account information electronically.
What youll need:
- Last 4 digits of your social security number (SSN) or taxpayer identification number (TIN)
- Date of birth
- Account number or VIN
Mitsubishi Motors Credit of America (MMCA) FAQ
Are you an MMCA customer and have questions about your existing account?
If you are an MMCA customer and have questions about your existing account, click here
Where can I find information about recalls on my Mitsubishi vehicle?
You can access any recall information for your vehicle by registering your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) online! Click here
to sign up!
How can I obtain an Owner's Manual for my vehicle?
You can purchase an Owner's Manual for your vehicle from your local Authorized Mitsubishi Dealer
. You may download or view copies of Warranty and Maintenance Manuals for 2005 Model Year and newer vehicles by clicking here
How can I find out how my vehicle rated in crash tests?
You can visit safercar.gov
which is the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration website. Here you will be able to find out crash test and vehicle safety ratings.
What are the current incentives available for on a new Mitsubishi?
to see what's currently available.
How can I locate my closest Authorized Mitsubishi Dealer?
to locate your closest Mitsubishi Dealer.
How can I register myself as the current owner of my Mitsubishi vehicle?
If you are the original owner of the vehicle, we already have you listed as the current owner. If you recently purchased a pre-owned Mitsubishi vehicle, you may contact our Customer Relations Call Center at 888-648-7820 Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. (PT) to register as the current owner. You can also register online by clicking here
I just bought a new Mitsubishi. When will I receive my Welcome Letter?
Your Welcome Letter is generally mailed within 4-6 weeks of the purchase of your vehicle or emailed to you. Congratulations and welcome to the Mitsubishi Family!
What is Mitsubishi Connect?
Mitsubishi Connect is a platform of services that provide vehicle owners with a safe, secure and convenient driving experience. Mitsubishi Connect is provided through a simple, subscription-based service that is comprised of the following components:
- An embedded Telematics Control Unit equipped with a 4G LTE cellular modem and GPS capability that operates on a cellular network and is factory-installed within the vehicle.
- Two in-vehicle buttons that connect to a call center. One is the SOS Emergency Assistance button to be used in the event of an emergency. The other is the Information Assistance/Roadside Assistance button to be used in the event of a breakdown or if account services are required.
- The My Mitsubishi Connect Mobile Application that can be downloaded through the app store on a compatible Apple or Android smartphone.
- A Mitsubishi Connect Owner's Portal that can be accessed through a compatible web browser on your computer.
To learn more about these services click here
What packages and services are included in Mitsubishi Connect?
Mitsubishi Connect comes with the Safeguard and Remote Service Packages which include the following features. Please note the Remote Services package must be combined with the Safeguard Service package. Safeguard Service Package:
Remote Service Package:
- SOS Emergency Assistance
- Automatic Collision Notification
- Roadside Assistance
- Information Assistance
- Alarm Notification
- Stolen Vehicle Assistance
- Mileage Tracker
- Remote Door Lock/Unlock
- Remote Climate Control
- Remote Horn
- Remote Lights
- Vehicle Settings
- Car Finder
- Parental Alerts (Geo-fence, Speed, and Curfew Alerts)
Which vehicles come equipped with Mitsubishi Connect?
Mitsubishi Connect is available on select Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross vehicles.
Where are Mitsubishi Connect services available?
Services are available in the United States of America, subject to cellular network coverage availability. When traveling from the U.S. to Canada or Mexico, services will not be available.
What will my email address be used for?
Your email address will be used to send you service usage notifications and updates according to the preferences that you set in your Mitsubishi Connect account. For example, if a remote door unlock is requested, you may receive an email notification to guard against unauthorized use. Additionally, your email address will be used to send you reminders and updates about your Safeguard and Remote service packages. Mitsubishi Connect will not sell or provide your email address to any company not directly involved with providing Mitsubishi Connect services.
Where is the Mitsubishi Connect User Manual located?
How do I contact the Mitsubishi Connect Call Center?
You can press the Information Assistance button in your vehicle, or navigate to the ’Contact Us’ section in the mobile app. Or you can simply call the Mitsubishi Connect Customer Care Center directly at (888) 564-1411.
What are the Mitsubishi Connect Call Center hours of operation?
The Mitsubishi Connect Customer Care Center is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for all services.
What languages are supported by the Mitsubishi Connect Call Center?
The Mitsubishi Connect Call Center provides support in English and Spanish.
How do I access the Mitsubishi Vehicle Owner's Portal?
Which web browsers can I use to access the Mitsubishi Vehicle Owner's site?
The current and one previous version of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, and Safari will be supported.
Will Mitsubishi Connect use my car's GPS location?
Yes, your GPS location is used to properly locate your vehicle for emergency services and roadside assistance support.
ACCOUNT REGISTRATION AND SET-UP
How do I register for Mitsubishi Connect?
First, make sure that your vehicle is equipped with Mitsubishi Connect by locating the SOS Emergency Assistance and Information Assistance buttons within your vehicle. Once this is confirmed, you will need to download the 'My Mitsubishi Connect' Mobile App from the App Store on your smartphone and follow the simple registration steps in order to enroll and pair your vehicle.
How do I get the My Mitsubishi Connect Mobile Application on my smartphone?
How do I link my Mitsubishi Connect account with Google Home and initiate remote commands via Google Assistant?
Before linking Mitsubishi Connect with Google Home, you'll need to complete the following, first: Have a Google account and Google Home device set up. Have a Mitsubishi Connect Remote Services subscription. Have a working Mitsubishi Connect account set up and linked with your vehicle. Once the three requirements are completed:
1. Download the Google Home app on your smartphone from (iOS or Android) Google Assistant.
2. Tap the “Menu” on the top left area.
3. Select “Explorer”, then select “Services”.
4. Type “My MITSUBISHI CONNECT” into the “Search Field” on the top area and then press the “Magnifying Glass” icon on the bottom right area.
5. Press “LINK” button.
6. Enter your My MITSUBISHI CONNECT login information, then select “Log In”.
7. Once your successfully linked your remote services commands can be requested and processed using the secure PIN.
8. For a list of voice commands for Google Assistant: Google Asistant.
How do I link my Mitsubishi Connect account with Amazon Echo and initiate remote commands via Amazon Alexa?
Before linking Mitsubishi Connect with Amazon Echo, you'll need to complete the following, first: Have a Amazon account and Amazon Echo device set up. Have a Mitsubishi Connect Remote Services subscription. Have a Mitsubishi Connect account set up and linked with your vehicle. Once the three requirements are completed:
1. Download the Alexa app on your smartphone from (iOS or Android) Amazon Alexa marketplace .
2. Tap the “Menu” on the top left area.
3. Select “Skills”.
4. Type “My MITSUBISHI CONNECT” into the “Search Field” and then press the “Magnifying Glass” icon located directly next to the field.
5. Search for “My MITSUBISHI CONNECT”, then select “Enable”.
6. Enter your “My MITSUBISHI CONNECT” login information, then select “Log In”.
7. Once your successfully linked voice commands can be triggered following confirmation of securing PIN.
8. For a list of voice commands for Amazon Alexa: Amazon Alexa.
What do I do if I cannot register my vehicle?
First, make sure that your vehicle is parked in a safe and open location, and ensure that your smartphone has sufficient cellular coverage. Then, turn on your vehicle ignition and leave your vehicle running in an open location while you continue through the registration process. If you are unable to obtain a pairing code to complete registration through the My Mitsubishi Connect mobile application, you can press the Information Assistance button within the vehicle to connect to a Call Center representative who can assist with a manual registration.
How do I change my notifications preferences?
Simply access your account on the My Mitsubishi Connect Mobile App or through the Mitsubishi Vehicle Owner's Portal and update your notification preferences under My Account settings.
How do I reset my PIN?
You can login to the My Mitsubishi Connect Mobile app and modify your existing PIN under My Account settings. The PIN is used as a security measure when initiating remote services such as remote door unlock through the My Mitsubishi Connect Mobile App. When contacting Customer Care, you will also need to provide your PIN to the Call Center agent in order for them to make updates to your account or to request Stolen Vehicle Assistance.
How do I reset my password?
You can reset your password from the My Mitsubishi Connect Mobile App or Mitsubishi Vehicle Owner's Portal by selecting “Forgot Password”.
How do I add secondary users to my account?
As a primary user, you can invite additional members to your account from the Mitsubishi Vehicle Owners Portal within My Garage under Access Controls. You can also configure appropriate rights for the secondary users to access and manage your vehicle.
Which versions of my smartphone's operating system will support the My Mitsubishi Connect Mobile App?
For iOS (Apple), the current version deployed by Apple will be supported, along with the previous two versions
For Android (Google), the Jelly Bean Operating System 4.4 and above will be supported
Which Vehicle Settings can I modify?
You can remotely modify a select list of Vehicle settings from the My Mitsubishi Connect Mobile App or Mitsubishi Vehicle Owner’sPortal. The following features can be modified remotely. (For additional details and service descriptions, please reference the Mitsubishi Connect Owner’s Manual).
- Turn Signal – Onetap lane change
- Keyless Operation - Turn signal lights response to door lock/unlock
- Wipers - Intermittent Operation
- Rear wipers - Intermittent Interval
- Side Mirror Auto Fold
- Lights: Interior light timeout after door shut
- Lights: Headlight Auto-off (ON/OFF)
- Lights: Interior Light Timeout
- Wipers - One Touch Auto-Wash (ON/OFF)
- Power Door Locks - Auto Door Unlock
- Power Door Locks - Door Unlock Mode
- Keyless Operation - Horn response with Remote Lock
- Power Door Locks - Auto Relock After Remote Unlock Timeout
- Keyless Operation - Horn Volume When Locking
- Keyless Operation - Smart Entry Feature
- ACC Power Timeout
- Lights - Coming Home Light Duration
- Lights - Exterior Lights ON with Remote Unlock
- Air Conditioner
Can I add more than one vehicle to my account?
Yes, you can add as many vehicles as you would like to your account and access them through the My Mitsubishi Connect mobile application or Mitsubishi Vehicle Owner's Portal.
Is there an included trial period and how long does the trial period last?
Yes, there is an included trial period of 2 years for all Safeguard and Remote Package services. These services are available upon registration. The start date of your trial period is from the date of original vehicle retail purchase and is transferable within the 2 year period.
Can I extend services beyond the trial period?
Yes. You can select and purchase post-trial packages that allow you to continue services beyond the trial period using your credit card either through the My Mitsubishi Connect mobile app, the Mitsubishi Vehicle Owner's Portal or by contacting Customer Care at (888) 564-1411. The package that you select will be charged on the date of your trial period expiration. Mitsubishi Connect accepts MasterCard, VISA, American Express or Discover.
Is there an included trial period for Pre-Owned and/or Certified Pre-Owned vehicles?
The Mitsubishi Connect trial period starts from the original sale date of the vehicle and continues for a period of 2 years, regardless of resale or ownership change within that 2 year period. If the vehicle is resold as a pre-owned or certified pre-owned vehicle during the trial period, the new owner is entitled to the remainder of the trial period according to the vehicle's original sale date. The trial period does not restart at the point of the “new” sale date. If the trial period has expired when the pre-owned vehicle is purchased, you will need to purchase additional services in order to use Mitsubishi Connect.
Do I need to provide my credit card upon registering for Mitsubishi Connect?
You do not have to provide a credit card to activate the Mitsubishi Connect trial period. However, a discounted post-trial package is provided to you if you elect to provide your credit card at the time of registration. If you place your credit card on file, it will be enrolled in automatic renewal. A credit card is required for renewal of services beyond the initial trial period.
When will my credit card be charged?
Your credit card will be charged at the end of your included trial period. You will receive a reminder notice prior to your trial period expiration and before your credit card is charged.
Where can I confirm my account status and trial expiration date?
Account status and/or trial expiration can be found under account settings once you log into the My Mitsubishi Connect Mobile App or Mitsubishi Vehicle Owners Portal. In addition, you can contact a Mitsubishi Connect Call Center representative at (888) 564-1411.
How do I update an expired credit card on my account?
Credit card information can be updated through the My Mitsubishi Connect Mobile App, the Mitsubishi Vehicle Owners Portal or by calling Mitsubishi Connect Customer Care at (888) 564-1411.
How do I cancel my subscription?
You can press the Information Assistance button in your vehicle or call Mitsubishi Connect Customer Care, either through the My Mitsubishi Connect mobile app, or directly at (888) 564-1411 in order to speak to an agent and cancel your subscription.
How close do I need to be to my vehicle in order for the Remote Climate Control feature to work?
You can use climate control from virtually anywhere, provided that your phone and the vehicle have good cellular coverage. Please also ensure that your vehicle is located in an open area.
Why did my remote door lock/unlock request fail?
The remote door lock / unlock feature requires a set of pre-conditions to be met in order to function properly. This includes ensuring that all doors are closed, the engine is off, and the trunk is closed. Please ensure that all of these pre-conditions are met and try again. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact the Mitsubishi Connect Call Center at (888) 564-1411.
Why did my remote horn request fail? Why did my remote lights request fail?
The remote horn and remote lights feature requires a set of pre-conditions to be met in order to function properly. This includes ensuring that the alarm is not actively sounding and the engine is off. Please ensure that all of these pre-conditions are met and try again. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact the Mitsubishi Connect Call Center at (888) 564-1411.
Why did my remote climate control request fail?
The remote climate control feature requires a set of pre-conditions to be met in order to function properly. This includes ensuring that all doors are closed, the engine is off, the trunk is closed and the vehicle is in park. Please ensure that all of these pre-conditions are met and try again. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact the Mitsubishi Connect Call Center at (888) 564-1411.
How long will my vehicle stay on once I remotely set the climate control?
Following a climate control request, your engine will remain on for approximately 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, the engine will automatically turn off.
Why doesn't the remote climate control stay on longer?
The remote climate control turns off automatically after 10 minutes and can be operated up to 2 times consecutively. Never operate the remote climate control if the vehicle is located in a closed or poorly ventilated area. See owner's manual for more information regarding carbon monoxide gas.
Why did I receive an error message when using the Car Finder feature?
Your vehicle may be out of range. The Car Finder feature is restricted to only locate your vehicle within a 1-mile radius of your current location.
Do I need to file a police report before Mitsubishi Connect can locate my stolen vehicle?
Yes, in order to utilize the Stolen Vehicle Assistance service, you will need to fill out a police report and obtain a case number before contacting the Mitsubishi Connect Call Center for further assistance on locating your vehicle. For your protection and privacy, Mitsubishi Connect only provides vehicle location information to law enforcement authorities based on verified stolen vehicle cases. Please contact the Mitsubishi Connect Call Center at (888) 564-1411 for further details.
How does Curfew Alert work?
Curfew Alert provides notifications when your vehicle is being driven at a particular time that you can set through your My Mitsubishi Connect Mobile App. To use this feature, log into the My Mitsubishi Connect Mobile App. Access the Curfew Alert feature and configure the settings according to your preferences. If the curfew has been violated, the appropriate message will be sent based on your notification preferences.
How does Speed Alert work?
Speed Alert provides notifications when your vehicle has exceeded a particular speed that you can set through your My Mitsubishi Connect Mobile App. To use this feature, log into the My Mitsubishi Connect Mobile App. Access the Speed Alert feature and configure the settings according to your preferences. If the speed you have pre-selected is violated, the appropriate message will be sent based on your notification preferences.
How does Geo-Fence feature work?
Geo-Fence provides notifications when your vehicle has violated a particular location setting that you can set through your My Mitsubishi Connect Mobile App. To use this feature, log into the My Mitsubishi Connect Mobile App. Access the Geo-Fence feature and configure the settings according to your preferences. If the Geo-Fence that you have pre-selected is violated, the appropriate message will be sent based on your notification preferences.
What happens when I press the SOS Emergency Assistance button?
The SOS Emergency Assistance button will connect to the Mitsubishi Connect Emergency Response Center, where an agent will help the driver connect with the appropriate Public Safety Answering Point to provide emergency assistance.
What happens if I accidentally press the SOS Emergency Assistance button when there is no emergency?
The SOS Emergency Assistance button is designed for use in emergency situations only. If it is accidentally pressed in a non-emergency situation, the emergency response specialist will ask you to confirm that emergency services are not required. If you inform the agent that emergency services are not needed, the agent will end the call.
Does the engine need to be on for the SOS Emergency Assistance and Information Assistance buttons to work?
Yes. For the SOS Emergency Assistance and Information Assistance buttons inside the vehicle to work, you must first start the vehicle engine to power the telematics control unit.
Why am I not able to connect to the call center when I press the SOS Emergency Assistance or Information Assistance buttons?
Your service period may be expired and your vehicle’s device could be deactivated. If this is the case, and you would like to renew your services, please contact Customer Care at (888) 564-1411 or visit your local Mitsubishi dealer for further assistance.
How does the Automatic Collision Notification feature work?
When an airbag deployment is detected or crash sensors identify a collision in a registered Mitsubishi Connect vehicle, the system triggers a signal that the vehicle has been in an accident. A call is connected to an Emergency Response Specialist at the Mitsubishi Connect Call Center who can work with the appropriate Public Safety Answering Point (911 center) for emergency response.
While all accidents are important to us, not all accidents are severe enough to automatically trigger a collision notification call. In such a case, a manual push of the SOS Emergency Assistance button may be required. Please note that all safety services are subject to cellular network availability.
What happens when I press the Information Assistance/Roadside Assistance button?
The Information Assistance/Roadside Assistance button will connect to the Mitsubishi Connect Call Center for account support and roadside assistance services.
Outlander Plug-In Hybrid EV (PHEV) FAQs
To get the Outlander PHEV basics, range & charging, performance, technology and warranty information, go to: https://www.mitsubishicars.com/outlander-phev/2019/faq
What is regenerative braking?
Regenerative braking occurs when motion energy is converted into electric energy using the motor as a power generator. While decelerating, electric energy will be created and used to charge to the main drive lithium-ion battery. There are two ways of regenerative braking on the Outlander PHEV:
1. If you lift your foot off the accelerator pedal while driving (coasting), a braking force equivalent to the engine braking of a gasoline or diesel powered vehicle will be generated. Also, if you shift the select position into “B” (REGENERATIVE BRAKE) from “D” (DRIVE), the regenerative brake force will become stronger. Shift the selector lever into “B” (REGENERATIVE BRAKE) position according to the driving condition. Controlled via the steering mounted paddle shifters, you can increase or reduce coasting to your liking to charge up the drive battery.
2. As greater brake force is applied by depressing the brake pedal, increased regenerative braking occurs.
I just purchased or leased an Outlander PHEV but I didn’t get a ChargePoint card. How can I get one?
A ChargePoint card compliments of Mitsubishi Motors is located in your glove box, but you can also tap your phone (logged in to the ChargePoint app
on any ChargePoint station to charge. If you'd like a physical card, just call ChargePoint EV driver support (available 24/7) at 1-888-758-4389
and let them know you're a new Outlander PHEV owner who needs a welcome kit.
How do I start a charging session or use tap to charge?
There are three ways to start a charging session:
- Tap to charge. With the ChargePoint app installed, you can start a charging session by holding your phone over the reader symbol on a ChargePoint station. Make sure you have the app and are signed in to your account.
- iPhone: In the ChargePoint app, go to Menu, select Account and then Manage Cards. Pick "set it up", add your ChargePoint pass to Apple Wallet and tap your phone on the station to charge.
- Android: Enable NFC, turn your phone screen on and tap your phone on the station to charge.
- To use tap to charge, you'll need iPhone SE or higher running iOS 10 or newer, Apple Watch Series 2, Series 1 and 1st generation or Android 4.4 or later with NFC.
- Start charging from the app. Choose a station and click the "Start Charge" button.
- Use your ChargePoint card. Just tap your ChargePoint card (make sure to activate it first) on the card reader symbol on the station.
If you need help, call ChargePoint driver support at 1-888-758-4389.
I lost my ChargePoint card. How can I get another one?
You can order a new card in the ChargePoint mobile app or by logging into your account at https://na.chargepoint.com/home
. If may take 7 to 10 business days to receive you card in the mail. In the meantime, you can continue to access ChargePoint stations with your mobile app or by calling the support number printed on every station, 1-888-758-4389
Will the owner get charged for a replacement card?
Do I need to enter a credit card to take advantage of the ChargePoint card?
You don’t need to enter a payment source, but doing so will let you keep charging at any station. There are free stations on the ChargePoint network even if you don’t enter a payment source.
Do I have to download the ChargePoint app?
Yes. This app is available for download on the Apple App Store and GooglePlay. This is the easiest way to find available stations, start charging and get updates when your Outlander PHEV is fully charged.
Do I need to set up an account on ChargePoint’s website?
Yes. Go to www.chargepoint.com/register and sign up. You will need a credit card to open your account and the first time you use a station with a fee, you’ll be billed $10 to fund your account.
What is the driving range of the i-MiEV?
The driving range of the i-MiEV can vary from 45-80 miles depending on driving style. EPA states 62 combined miles. Key examples that will reduce range include:
- Speeding (>65 mi/hr)
- Rapid acceleration/braking
- Using heater (30%) or AC (10%)
TIP: 1 bar of charge = 3 to 5 miles
What are the different indicators on low charge:
- 2 bars remaining – State of Charge (SOC) charge icon flashes
- 1 bar remaining – SOC icon AND bars flashes
- No bars remaining – Turtle icon comes on, you have less than 10 miles to make it to a charger
How many shift positions are there in an i-MiEV?
There are 3 shift positions: D, Eco, and B. B is typically not efficient while driving on the freeway.
D = full acceleration capabilities
Eco = reduces the horsepower to motor and increases regenerative braking – reduced acceleration
B = offers maximum regenerative braking – good for downhill coasting
How do I charge the i-MiEV?
Level 1 & 2 Charging
Make sure the car is in P (Park), open passenger side charge outlet and release on dash, plug in the cable (in wall first 120v) and verify charging. Charging times can vary from house to house depending on voltage and amperage:
Level 1: 120V/8A = 22.5 hours (from Low Battery Warning lamp to 100% capacity)
Level 2: 240V/15A = 7 hours (from Low Battery Warning lamp to 100% capacity)
Level 3 Quick Charging
Make sure the car is in P (Park), open driver side charge outlet and release under the driver seat, follow instructions on the Quick Charger.
Level 3: DC Quick Charger = 30 minutes (from Low Battery Warning lamp to 80% capacity)
What other helpful tips when driving an i-MiEV?
- Turn the key all the way until you feel resistance. Just like a gas car. Green "Ready" means it's on!
- Make sure all the doors and rear lid is completely closed - don't drain the 12v battery
- Don't Speed - speed kills energy. Use ECO to manage energy. Try to stay in the GREEN