Question about Mitsubishi Passenger
For normal driving in D for all forward motion. There is no need to move out of D when stopped at traffic lights etc. R when you want to go backwards. P when you have come to a stop and parking brake is applied. NEVER when moving. 2 and L1 when in snow or mud and traction is a problem. All this is for normal driving in 4H or 2H if available. This is on the second gearstick, this is to change the transfer box ratios. Only use low 4L when in deep snow or mud and never over 25mph. the s.m.h are to alter the suspension, soft medium or hard. on your centre consul is the swith for this. Depending on the age of the vehicle and how well it has been looked after this may or may not work. I hope this helps, send again if you need any more info.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
The A/T mode keeps the transmission for jumping into passing gear, and potentially causing a slide-out. It also seems to help the tires grip better in 4WD while cornering. Use it primarily on icy or slick, snowy roads. The A/T Mode in my Montero Sport seems to work much better on icy roads, than my Endeavor AWD computerized traction control!
Posted on Nov 14, 2012
Hey good post...
bro, what about a/t mode? what does it function for?
Posted on May 05, 2010
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