Lincoln NAVIGATOR 2002 Owner Manual

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Table of contents

 

 

Introduction

4

 

 

Congratulations

4

Safety and environment protection

5

Symbol glossary

8

 

 

Instrument cluster

10

 

 

Warning and control lights

10

Gauges

15

 

 

Entertainment systems

18

 

 

AM/FM stereo cassette (CD changer compatible)

18

Rear seat controls

29

CD changer

32

 

 

Climate controls

37

 

 

Electronic automatic temperature control

37

 

 

Lights

47

 

 

Headlamps

47

Bulb replacement

52

 

 

Driver controls

58

 

 

Steering wheel adjustment

60

Power windows

66

Mirrors

68

 

 

Locks and security

85

 

 

Keys

85

Locks

85

Anti-theft system

86

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Seating and safety restraints

99

 

 

Seating

99

Safety restraints

112

Air bags

124

Child restraints

132

 

 

Driving

142

 

 

Starting

142

Brakes

146

Transmission operation

153

Vehicle loading

170

Trailer towing

172

Recreational towing

176

 

 

Roadside emergencies

177

 

 

Hazard flasher switch

178

Fuses and relays

180

Changing tires

188

Jump starting

194

Wrecker towing

199

 

 

Customer assistance

200

 

 

The dispute settlement board

203

Utilizing the mediation/arbitration

206

Getting assistance outside the U.S. and Canada

206

Ordering additional owner's literature

207

Reporting safety defects (U.S. only)

209

 

 

Cleaning

210

 

 

Cleaning your vehicle

210

Underbody preservation

215

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Table of contents

 

 

Maintenance and specifications

217

 

 

Hood

218

Engine compartment

219

Engine oil

220

Battery

223

Fuel information

232

Air filter(s)

246

Part numbers

252

Refill capacities

253

Lubricant specifications

255

Engine data

257

Vehicle dimensions

258

 

 

Accessories

261

 

 

 

 

Index

264

 

 

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Copyright © 2001 Ford Motor Company

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Introduction

The following warning may be required by California law:

CALIFORNIA Proposition 65 Warning

WARNING: Engine exhaust, some of its constituents, and certain vehicle components contain or emit chemicals known to

the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. In addition, certain fluids contained in vehicles and certain products of component wear contain or emit chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

CONGRATULATIONS

Congratulations on acquiring your new Lincoln. Please take the time to get well acquainted with your vehicle by reading this handbook. The more you know and understand about your vehicle the greater the safety and pleasure you will derive from driving it.

For more information on Ford Motor Company and its products visit the following website:

In the United States: www.ford.com

In Canada: www.ford.ca

In Mexico: www.ford.com.mx

In Australia: www.ford.com.au

Additional owner information is given in separate publications.

This Owner's Guide describes every option and model variant available and therefore some of the items covered may not apply

to your particular vehicle. Furthermore, due to printing cycles it may describe options before they are generally available.

Remember to pass on the Owner's Guide when reselling the vehicle. It is an integral part of the vehicle.

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Introduction

Fuel pump shut-off switch In the event of an accident the safety switch will automatically cut off the fuel supply to the

engine. The switch can also be activated through sudden vibration (e.g. collision when parking). To reset the switch, refer to the Fuel pump shut-off switch in the Roadside emergencies chapter.

SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION

Warning symbols in this guide

How can you reduce the risk of personal injury and prevent possible damage to others, your vehicle and its equipment? In this guide, answers to such questions are contained in comments highlighted by the warning triangle symbol. These comments should be read and observed.

Warning symbols on your vehicle

When you see this symbol, it is imperative that you consult the relevant section of this guide before touching or attempting adjustment of any kind.

Protecting the environment

We must all play our part in protecting the environment. Correct vehicle usage and the authorized disposal of waste cleaning and lubrication materials are significant

steps towards this aim. Information in this respect is highlighted in this guide with the tree symbol.

BREAKING-IN YOUR VEHICLE

There are no particular guidelines for breaking-in your vehicle. During the first 1 600 km (1 000 miles) of driving, vary speeds frequently. This is recommended to give the moving parts a chance to break in.

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Introduction

SPECIAL NOTICES

Emission warranty

The New Vehicle Limited Warranty includes Bumper-to-Bumper Coverage, Safety Restraint Coverage, Corrosion Coverage, and 7.3L Power Stroke Diesel Engine Coverage. In addition, your vehicle is eligible for Emissions Defect and Emissions Performance Warranties. For a detailed description of what is covered and what is not covered, refer to the Warranty Guide that is provided to you along with your Owner's Guide.

Special instructions

For your safety, your vehicle is fitted with sophisticated electronic controls.

By operating other electronic equipment (e.g. mobile telephone without exterior aerial) electromagnetic fields can occur which

can cause malfunctions of the vehicle electronics. Therefore you should observe the instructions of the equipment manufacturers.

Please read the section Air bag in the Seating and safety restraints chapter. Failure to follow the specific warnings and

instructions could result in personal injury.

Rear facing child or baby seats should NEVER be used in front of a passenger side air bag.

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Introduction

Using your vehicle with a snowplow

Do not use this vehicle for snowplowing.

Using your vehicle as an ambulance

Do not use this vehicle as an ambulance.

Your vehicle is not equipped with the Ford Ambulance Preparation Package.

Notice to owners of pickup trucks and utility type vehicles

Utility vehicles have a significantly higher rollover rate than other types of vehicles.

Before you drive your vehicle, please read this Owner's Guide carefully. Your vehicle is not a passenger car. As with other vehicles of this type, failure to operate this vehicle correctly may result in loss of control or an accident.

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Introduction

These are some of the symbols you may see on your vehicle.

Vehicle Symbol Glossary

Safety Alert

See Owner's Guide

Fasten Safety Belt

Air Bag-Front

Air Bag-Side

Child Seat

Child Seat Installation

Child Seat Tether

Warning

Anchorage

Brake System

Anti-Lock Brake System

Brake Fluid -

Traction Control

Non-Petroleum Based

 

Master Lighting Switch

Hazard Warning Flasher

Fog Lamps-Front

Fuse Compartment

Fuel Pump Reset

Windshield Wash/Wipe

Windshield

Rear Window

Defrost/Demist

Defrost/Demist

Power Windows

Power Window Lockout

Front/Rear

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Introduction

Vehicle Symbol Glossary

Child Safety Door

Interior Luggage

Compartment Release

Lock/Unlock

Symbol

 

Panic Alarm

Engine Oil

Engine Coolant

Engine Coolant

Temperature

 

Do Not Open When Hot

Battery

Avoid Smoking, Flames,

Battery Acid

or Sparks

 

Explosive Gas

Fan Warning

Power Steering Fluid

Maintain Correct Fluid

Level

 

Emission System

Engine Air Filter

Passenger Compartment

Jack

Air Filter

 

Check fuel cap

Low tire warning

MAX

MIN

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SERVICE ENGINE SOON

Instrument cluster

WARNING LIGHTS AND CHIMES

 

 

 

DOOR

THEFT

 

 

 

 

AJAR

 

 

H

80

00

 

H

4X4

60

 

 

NAVIGATOR

 

40

 

 

20

 

LOW

L

 

 

 

L

 

 

40

RANGE

20

 

 

 

 

LOW

FUEL

F

SERVICE

ENGINE

SOON

E

 

 

60

 

 

H

MPH

km/h

 

RPMX1000

 

 

 

CK

 

 

 

SELECT

 

SUSP

 

 

P RN D 2

RESET

BRAKE

C

 

 

 

Warning lights and gauges can alert you to a vehicle condition that may become serious enough to cause expensive repairs. A warning light may illuminate when a problem exists with one of your vehicle's functions.

Many lights will illuminate when you start your vehicle to make sure the bulb works. If any light remains on after starting the vehicle, have the respective system inspected immediately.

Service engine soon

Illuminates briefly to ensure the system is functional. If it comes on after the engine is started, one of the engine's emission control systems may be malfunctioning. The light may illuminate without a

driveability concern being noted. The vehicle will usually be drivable and will not require towing.

Light turns on solid:

Temporary malfunctions may cause the light to illuminate. Examples are:

1.The vehicle has run out of fuel.

2.Poor fuel quality or water in the fuel.

3.The fuel cap may not have been properly installed and securely tightened.

These temporary malfunctions can be corrected by filling the fuel tank with high quality fuel of the recommended octane and/or properly installing and securely tightening the fuel cap. After three driving cycles without these or any other temporary malfunctions present, the light should turn off. (A driving cycle consists of a cold engine startup

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Instrument cluster

followed by mixed city/highway driving.) No additional vehicle service is required.

If the light remains on, have your vehicle serviced at the first available opportunity.

Light is blinking:

Engine misfire is occurring which could damage your catalytic converter. You should drive in a moderate fashion (avoid heavy acceleration and deceleration) and have your vehicle serviced at the first available opportunity.

Under engine misfire conditions, excessive exhaust temperatures could damage the catalytic converter, the fuel system, interior

floor coverings or other vehicle components, possibly causing a fire.

Brake system warning

 

Illuminates if the parking brake is

BRAKE

engaged. Also momentarily

illuminates at start up to ensure the

!

circuit is functional. If the brake

 

warning lamp does not illuminate at

 

these times, or illuminates after releasing the parking brake, seek service immediately. Refer to Brakes in the Driving chapter for more information.

Anti-lock brake system (ABS)

Momentarily illuminates at start up

to ensure the circuit is functional. If ABS the light does not illuminate,

remains on or continues to flash, the ABS needs to be serviced (refer to

Brakes in the Driving chapter for more information). With the ABS light on, the ABS is disabled and normal braking is still functional.

Safety belt

Illuminates to remind you to fasten your safety belts. For more information, refer to the Seating and safety restraints chapter.

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CK
SUSP

Instrument cluster

Air bag readiness

Illuminates to confirm that the air bags (front or side) are operational. If the light fails to illuminate, continues to flash or remains on, have the system serviced immediately.

Charging system

Illuminates when the battery is not charging properly.

Check air suspension

Illuminates momentarily when the ignition is turned to the ON position and the engine is OFF. The light also illuminates when the air

suspension switch is turned OFF or the air suspension system requires servicing.

For information on the air suspension system, refer to the Driving chapter.

Low fuel

Illuminates when the fuel level in the fuel tank is at, or near, empty (refer to Fuel gauge in this chapter for more information).

Low washer fluid

Illuminates when the windshield washer fluid is low.

LOW FUEL

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Instrument cluster

Oil pressure/Engine coolant

Illuminates when the engine coolant

temperature is above the normal range or the engine oil pressure is

below normal range. Check the engine oil and coolant level refer to

Adding engine oil and Adding coolant in the Maintenance and specifications chapter.

Turn signals

Illuminates when the turn signals or the hazard lights are turned on. If the lights stay on continuously or flash faster, check for a burned-out bulb.

High beams

Illuminates when the high beam headlamps are turned on.

Door ajar

Illuminates when any door is open (or not fully closed).

SecuriLockY anti-theft system

Illuminates when the anti-theft alarm system is armed. If the light fails to illuminate, continues to flash or remains on, have the system serviced.

DOOR AJAR

THEFT

Refer to SecuriLocky passive anti-theft system in the Locks and Security chapter.

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Instrument cluster

Four wheel drive low (if equipped)

Illuminates when four-wheel drive low is is engaged. If the light continues to flash have the system serviced.

Four wheel drive indicator (if equipped)

Illuminates when the four-wheel drive is engaged. If the light continues to flash have the system serviced.

Safety belt warning chime

Sounds to remind you to fasten your safety belts.

BeltMinder chime

LOW

RANGE

4x4

Sounds intermittently to remind you to fasten your safety belts.

Supplemental restraint system (SRS) warning chime

Sounds when a malfunction in the supplemental restraint system (front or side airbags) has been detected. Have the supplemental restraint system inspected immediately.

Headlamps on warning chime

Sounds when the headlamps or parking lamps are on, the key is removed from the ignition and the driver's door is opened.

Key-in-ignition warning chime

Sounds when the key is left in the ignition and the driver's door is opened.

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Instrument cluster

GAUGES

 

 

 

DOOR

THEFT

 

 

 

 

AJAR

 

 

H

80

00

 

H

4X4

60

 

 

NAVIGATOR

 

40

 

 

20

 

LOW

L

 

 

 

L

 

 

40

RANGE

20

 

 

 

 

LOW

FUEL

F

SERVICE

ENGINE

SOON

E

 

 

60

 

 

H

MPH

km/h

 

RPMX1000

 

 

 

CK

 

 

 

SELECT

 

SUSP

 

 

P RN D 2

RESET

BRAKE

C

 

 

 

Engine coolant temperature gauge

 

 

 

Indicates the temperature of the

 

 

 

 

 

 

engine coolant. At normal operating

 

 

 

temperature, the needle remains

 

 

 

within the normal area (the area

 

 

 

between the ªHº and ªCº). If it

 

 

 

enters the red section, the engine is

H

overheating. Stop the vehicle as

soon as safely possible, switch off

 

 

 

the engine immediately and let the

 

 

 

engine cool. Refer to Engine

 

 

C

coolant in the Maintenance and

 

 

 

 

 

specifications chapter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Never remove the coolant

 

 

 

 

reservoir cap while the

 

 

 

 

engine is running or hot. Steam

 

 

 

 

and scalding liquid from a hot

 

 

 

 

cooling system can burn you

 

 

 

 

badly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This gauge indicates the temperature of the engine coolant, not the coolant level. If the coolant is not at its proper level the gauge indication will not be accurate. If the gauge enters the red section, the oil pressure/engine coolant and Check Engine/Service Engine Soon indicators illuminate, refer to What you should know about fail-safe cooling in the Maintenance and specifications chapter.

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Instrument cluster

Engine oil pressure gauge

 

 

 

Indicates engine oil pressure. At

 

 

 

normal operating temperature, the

 

 

 

needle will be in the normal range

 

 

H

(the area between the ªLº and ªHº);

 

 

if the needle goes below the normal

 

 

 

 

 

range, stop the vehicle as soon as

 

 

 

safely possible and switch off the

L

 

 

engine immediately. Check the oil

 

 

 

 

level. Add oil if needed (refer to

 

 

 

Engine oil in the Maintenance

 

 

 

and specifications chapter). If the oil level is correct, have your vehicle checked at your dealership or by a qualified technician.

Battery voltage gauge

Indicates battery voltage. If the pointer moves and stays outside the normal operating range (as indicated by the arrows), have the vehicle's electrical system checked as soon as possible.

Fuel gauge

Displays approximately how much fuel is in the fuel tank. The fuel gauge may vary slightly when the vehicle is in motion or on a grade.

When refueling the vehicle from empty indication, the amount of fuel that can be added will be less than the advertised capacity due to the reserve fuel.

H

L

F

E

FUEL DOOR

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Instrument cluster

A minimum of 22.2 L (six gallons) must be added or removed from the fuel tank in order for the gauge to instantaneously update. If less than six gallons is the change, the gauge will take between five to twenty minutes to update.

Speedometer

Indicates the current vehicle speed.

60

80

00

 

40

 

20

20

 

40

 

 

60

MPH km/h

Odometer

Registers the total kilometers (miles) of the vehicle.

Trip odometer

Registers the kilometers (miles) of individual journeys. Press and release the reset button until a ªTº

appears in the display (this represents the trip mode). Press

and hold the button for three seconds to reset.

Tachometer

Indicates the engine speed in revolutions per minute.

Driving with your tachometer pointer continuously at the top of the scale may damage the engine.

SELECT

RESET

P RN D 2

NAVIGATOR

RPMX1000

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Entertainment systems

PREMIUM AM/FM STEREO/CASSETTE (CD CHANGER COMPATIBLE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

BASS

BAL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEL

VOL

 

 

 

 

 

TREB

FADE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUSH ON

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CD

TAPE

 

 

 

EJ

RDS

 

MUTE

 

SEEK

 

TUNE

SCAN

AUTO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AM

FM

REW

FF

SIDE 1.2

 

COMP

SHUFF

1

2

3

4

5

6

 

 

ALPINET AUDIO SYSTEM WITH AM/FM STEREO CASSETTE

(CD CHANGER COMPATIBLE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

BASS

BAL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEL

VOL

 

 

 

 

 

TREB

FADE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUSH ON

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CD

TAPE

 

 

EJ

RDS

DSP

 

MUTE

 

SEEK

 

TUNE

SCAN

AUTO

AM

FM

REW

FF

SIDE 1-2

 

COMP

SHUFF

1

2

3

4

5

6

 

 

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Entertainment systems

Your audio system is equipped with selective lighting, a unique lighting strategy. This lighting feature is operable when the headlamps are illuminated. During the operation of any selected mode, lighting for the individual function controls will either illuminate or turn off. Those controls which have a function for the specific mode of operation selected will be lit, while the controls which have no function for that mode will be turned off.

The Alpine Audio System is equipped with a delayed accessory feature. This feature enables the audio playing media to continue playing up to 10 minutes after the ignition has been turned off, or until a door is opened.

Volume/power control

Press the control to turn the audio system on or off.

VOL

PUSH ON

Turn the control to raise or lower volume.

VOL

PUSH ON

If the volume is set above a certain level and the ignition is turned off, the volume will come back on at a ªnominalº listening level when the ignition switch is turned back on.

Speed sensitive volume (if equipped)

With this feature, radio volume automatically changes slightly with vehicle speed to compensate for road and wind noise.

The recommended level for speed sensitive volume is from level 1 through level 3. Level 0 turns the speed sensitive volume off and level 7 is the maximum setting.

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Entertainment systems

With the radio on, press and hold the volume control for five seconds, until the display reads SPEED VOL, then press:

² to increase volume compensation

² to decrease or shut off the volume compensation

Bass adjust

The bass adjust control allows you to increase or decrease the audio system's bass output.

Press the BASS control. Use the SEL control to increase or decrease the amount of bass.

Treble adjust

The treble adjust control allows you to increase or decrease the audio system's treble output.

Press the TREB control. Use the SEL control to increase or decrease the amount of treble.

Speaker balance adjust

Speaker sound distribution can be adjusted between the right and left speakers.

Press the BAL control. Use the SEL control to adjust the sound between the speakers.

VOL

PUSH ON

SEL

BASS

SEL

TREB

BASS

SEL

TREB

BAL

SEL

FADE

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Entertainment systems

Speaker fade adjust

Speaker sound can be adjusted between the front and rear speakers.

Press the FADE control. Use the SEL control to adjust the sound between the front and rear speakers.

Seek function

BAL

SEL

FADE

The seek function control works in radio, tape or CD mode (if equipped).

Seek function in radio mode

² Press to find the next

SEEK

listenable station down the frequency band.

² Press to find the next listenable station up the frequency band.

Seek function in tape mode

 

² Press

to listen to the previous

SEEK

selection on the tape or return to

 

the beginning of the current

 

selection.

 

 

² Press

to listen to the next selection on the tape.

Seek function for CD changer

²Press to seek to the previous track of the current disc. If a

selection has been playing for

three seconds or more and you press that selection from the beginning.

SEEK

, the CD changer will replay

²Press to seek forward to the next track of the current disc. After the last track has been completed, the first track of the current disc will automatically replay.

Scan function

The scan function works in radio, tape or CD mode (if equipped).

SCAN

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Entertainment systems

Scan function in radio mode

Press the SCAN control to activate scan mode and to hear a brief sampling of all listenable stations on the frequency band.

Press the SCAN control again to disengage scan mode.

Scan function in tape mode

Press the SCAN control to hear a short sampling of all selections on the tape. The tape will scan in a forward direction. At the end of the tape's first side, direction automatically reverses to the opposite side of the tape.

To stop on a particular selection, press the SCAN control again.

Scan function in CD mode

Press the SCAN control to hear a short sampling of all selections on the CD. The CD will scan in a forward direction, wrapping back to the first track at the end of the CD.

To stop on a particular selection, press the control again.

AM/FM select

The AM/FM select control works in

radio, tape and CD modes (if AM FM equipped).

AM/FM select in radio mode

The AM/FM control allows you to select AM or FM frequency bands.

Press the control to toggle between AM, FM1 or FM2 memory preset stations.

AM/FM select in tape mode

Press this control to stop tape play and begin radio play.

AM/FM select in CD mode

Press this control to stop CD play and begin radio play.

Radio station memory preset

The radio is equipped with six station memory preset controls. These controls can be used to select up to six preset AM stations and twelve FM stations (six in FM1 and six in FM2).

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Entertainment systems

Setting memory preset stations

1.Select the frequency band with the AM/FM select control.

2.Select a station. Refer to Tune adjust or Seek function for more information on selecting a station.

3.Press and hold a memory preset control until the sound returns, indicating the station is held in memory on the control you selected.

REW

FF

SIDE 1.2

 

COMP

SHUFF

1

2

3

4

5

6

Autoset memory preset

Autoset allows you to set strong radio stations without losing your original manually set preset stations. This feature is helpful on trips when you travel between cities with different radio stations.

Starting autoset memory preset

1. Select a frequency using the AM/FM select controls.

2.Press the AUTO control.

3.When the first six strong stations are filled, the station stored in memory preset control 1 will start playing.

AUTO

If there are less than six strong stations available on the frequency band, the remaining memory preset controls will all store the last strong station available.

To deactivate autoset and return to your audio system's manually set memory stations, press the control again.

Setting the clock with radio data system (RDS) feature

Press the RDS control until SELECT HOUR or SELECT MINS is displayed.

RDS DSP

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Entertainment systems

Use the SEL control to manually set the time.

² Press to increase SEL hours/minutes.

²Press to decrease hours/minutes.

Tune adjust

The tune control works in radio or CD mode (if equipped).

Tune adjust in radio mode

 

 

² Press

to move to the next

 

TUNE

frequency down the band

 

 

(whether or not a listenable

 

 

station is located there). Hold the control to move through the

frequencies quickly.

 

 

² Press

to move to the next frequency up the band (whether or not

a listenable station is located there). Hold for quick movement.

Tune adjust for CD changer

 

 

² Press

to select the previous

 

TUNE

disc in the CD changer. (Play will

 

 

begin on the first track of the

 

 

disc unless the CD changer is in shuffle mode.) Refer to Shuffle

feature for more information. Hold the control to continue reversing

through the discs.

 

 

² Press

to select the next disc in the CD changer. Hold the control

to fast-forward through the remaining discs.

 

 

Tape/CD select

 

 

² To begin tape play (with a tape

CD

TAPE

loaded into the audio system)

while in the radio or CD mode,

 

 

press the TAPE control. Press the

 

 

button during rewind or fast forward to stop the rewind or fast forward function.

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Entertainment systems

² To begin CD play (if equipped

CD

TAPE

with CD changer), ensure that

the CDs are loaded. Press the CD

 

 

control. The first track of the disc

 

 

will begin playing. After that, CD play will begin where it stopped last.

Do not insert any promotional (odd shaped or sized) discs, or discs with removable labels into the CD player as jamming may occur.

Rewind

 

The rewind control works in tape

REW

and CD modes.

²

In tape mode, radio play will

1

 

continue until rewind is stopped

(with the TAPE control) or the beginning of the tape is reached.

²In CD mode, pressing the REW control for less than three seconds results in slow rewind. Pressing the control for more than three seconds results in fast rewind.

Fast forward

 

The fast forward control works in

FF

tape and CD modes (if equipped).

²

In the tape mode, tape direction

2

 

will automatically reverse when the end of the tape is reached.

²In CD mode, pressing the control for less than three seconds results in slow forward action. Pressing the control for more than three seconds results in fast forward action.

Tape direction select

Press SIDE 1±2 to play the alternate side of a tape.

Eject function

Press the control to stop and eject a tape.

SIDE 1-2

3

EJ

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Entertainment systems

DolbyT noise reduction

 

Dolbyt noise reduction operates

 

only in tape mode. Dolbyt noise

4

reduction reduces the amount of

hiss and static during tape playback.

 

Press the

control to activate

 

(and deactivate) Dolbyt noise reduction.

The Dolbyt noise reduction system is manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. Dolbyt and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolbyt Labratories Licensing Corporation.

Compression feature

 

Compression adjust brings soft and

COMP

loud CD passages together for a

more consistent listening level.

5

Press the COMP control to activate

 

and deactivate compression adjust.

 

The effect of the feature varies with the music content.

Shuffle feature

 

The shuffle feature operates in CD

SHUFF

mode and plays all tracks on the

current disc in random order. If

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equipped with the CD changer, the

 

shuffle feature continues to the next

 

disc after all tracks are played.

 

Press the SHUFFLE control to start this feature. Random order play will continue until the SHUFFLE control is pressed again.

Mute mode

 

Press the control to mute the

 

playing media. Press the control

MUTE

again to return to the playing media.

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Entertainment systems

Radio data system (RDS) feature

This feature allows your audio system to receive station identification or program type from RDS-equipped FM radio stations.

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) recommend FM radio broadcasters to use RDS technology to transmit information. FM radio stations are independently operated and individually elect to use RDS technology to transmit station ID and program type as desired.

Press the RDS control until RDS ON or RDS OFF appears in the display.

Use the SEL control to enable (ON) or disable (OFF) the feature. With the RDS activated, press the SEL control to scroll through the following selections:

Traffic

²Press the RDS control until TRAFFIC is displayed.

²Use the SEL control to select ON or OFF. With the feature on, use the SEEK or SCAN control to find a radio station broadcasting a traffic report (if it is broadcasting RDS data).

RDS

SEL

RDS

SEL

Traffic information is not available in most U.S. markets.

Program type

 

² Press the RDS control until the

RDS

FIND program type is displayed.

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²Use the SEL control to select the program type. With the feature on, use the SEEK or SCAN control to find the desired program type from the following selections:

²Classic

²Country

²Info

²Jazz

²Oldies

²R & B

²Religious

²Rock

²Soft

²Top 40

Show

²With RDS activated, press the RDS control until SHOW is displayed.

²Use the SEL control to select TYPE (the display shows the program type), NAME (the display shows the call letters of the station) or NONE.

Digital signal processing (if equipped)

The digital signal processing (DSP) feature allows you to change the signal mode to suit your listening tastes.

SEL

RDS

SEL

RDS DSP

These effects will change the sound quality and may need to be adjusted based upon the program material to suit your listening needs.

Press the control to turn the feature on or off.

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Use the SEL control to select the desired signal mode (the selected

mode will appear in the display). SEL The following signal modes can be

selected:

²JAZZ CLUBÐjazz club with clearly reflected sounds.

²HALLÐrectangular concert hall capacity of about 2 000

²CHURCHÐchurch with a high vault.

²STADIUMÐoutdoor stadium with a capacity of about 30 000.

²NEWSЪvoice-onlyº type of sound with a limited audio band.

Press the DSP control until one of the following appears:

²ALL SEATS

²DRIVER SEAT

²REAR SEATS

Use the SELECT control to change the equalization to the desired mode.

REAR SEAT CONTROLS (IF EQUIPPED)

The Personal Audio System, allows front and middle seat passengers to listen to different media sources (radio, cassette or CD) simultaneously. However, the front and middle-seat passengers cannot listen to two different radio stations at the same time.

RDS DSP

SEL

- VOLUME +

MODE

SEEK

MEMORY

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REW

FF

SIDE 1.2

 

COMP

SHUFF

1

2

3

4

5

6

To turn on the rear seat controls, press the memory preset controls 3 and 5 at the same time. The will appear in the display.

Pressing 3 and 5 at the same time again will turn the rear seat controls off.

If there is a discrepancy between the rear seat and the front audio controls, (such as both trying to listen to the same playing media), the front audio system will receive the desired selection.

To activate the Personal Audio System, press the speaker/headphone control. Press the MODE control to change audio sources (for headphone mode only). Use the SEEK, VOLUME and MEMORY controls to make adjustments to the playing media.

ADJUSTING THE VOLUME

Press the + control to increase volume.

Press the - control to decrease volume.

- VOLUME +

MODE

SEEK

MEMORY

- VOLUME +

MODE

SEEK

MEMORY

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From the rear seat controls, volume control can be set no higher than the current radio setting unless the speakers are turned off. Refer to

Turning the rear speakers on and off.

TURNING THE REAR SPEAKERS ON AND OFF

Press to turn the rear speakers on or off.

- VOLUME +

MODE

SEEK

MEMORY

USING HEADPHONES/PERSONAL AUDIO SYSTEM

Plug a 3.5 mm headphone (not included) into the jack. Press the speaker on/off control to operate the headphones. DUAL PLAY illuminates in the radio display and the fade control is disabled.

The rear speakers will cut out once the speaker on/off control is pressed. The front speaker will remain playing for the front passengers. Press the control again to deactivate the headphones (Personal Audio System).

SINGLE PLAY illuminates in the radio display and the fade control is enabled.

For the Personal Audio System to be enabled, the rear seat controls must be active and illuminated in the radio display.

MODE SELECT

Push the MODE control to toggle between AM, FM1, FM2, tape, CD or CD changer (if equipped). If in the Personal Audio System mode, SHARED illuminates in the radio display when the front and rear modes are set to the same media.

- VOLUME +

MODE

SEEK

MEMORY

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MEMORY PRESET CONTROL

Push the MEMORY control successively to allow rear seat passengers to scroll through the 6 memory presets in AM, FM1 or FM2.

Push the MEMORY control in CD changer mode (if equipped) to advance to the next disc.

SEEK FUNCTION

²In radio mode, press to find the next listenable station down the frequency band.

²In radio mode, press to find the next listenable station up the frequency band.

²In tape mode, use the SEEK function to access the next or previous selection.

- VOLUME +

MODE

SEEK

MEMORY

- VOLUME +

MODE

SEEK

MEMORY

²In CD mode (if equipped), use

the SEEK function to access the next or previous selection.

CD CHANGER (IF EQUIPPED)

Your CD changer is located in the center console.

Slide the door to access the CD changer magazine.

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Press to eject the magazine.

1. Pull the lever to remove a CD tray from the magazine.

2. Insert one disc into each CD tray of the magazine (up to 6 discs). Ensure that the label side is facing up.

If you pull too hard on the disc holder, the disc holder may come completely out of the magazine. If this happens, reinsert the disc holder back into the magazine.

3. Insert each CD tray, with the disc loaded, all the way into the CD magazine.

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4. Insert the CD magazine into the changer.

5. Slide the door to the left to close.

Use only compact discs containing this mark.

The magazine does not need to be full for the changer to operate.

Radio power must be turned on to play the CDs in the changer. The magazine may be stored in the glove compartment when not being used.

The CD magazine may be inserted or ejected with the radio power off.

Keep the CD changer door closed. Coins and foreign objects will damage the CD player and void your audio system warranty.

Do not insert any promotional (odd shaped or sized) discs, or discs with removable labels into the CD player as jamming may occur.

TROUBLESHOOTING THE CD CHANGER (IF EQUIPPED)

The laser beam used in the compact disc player is harmful to the eyes. Do not attempt to disassemble the case.

If sound skips:

²You may be traveling on a rough road, playing badly scratched discs or the disc may be dirty. Skipping will not scratch the discs or damage the player.

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If your changer does not work, it may be that:

²A disc is already loaded where you want to insert a disc.

²The disc is inserted with the label surface downward.

²The disc is dusty or defective.

²A disc with format and dimensions not within industry standards is inserted.

CLEANING COMPACT DISCS

Inspect all discs for contamination before playing. If necessary, clean discs only with an approved CD cleaner and wipe from the center out to the edge. Do not use circular motion.

CD AND CD CHANGER CARE

²Handle discs by their edges only. Never touch the playing surface.

²Do not expose discs to direct sunlight or heat sources for extended periods of time.

²Do not insert more than one disc into each slot of the CD changer magazine.

Do not insert any promotional (odd shaped or sized) discs, or discs with removable labels into the CD player as jamming may occur.

CLEANING CASSETTE PLAYER (IF EQUIPPED)

Clean the tape player head with a cassette cleaning cartridge after 10 to 12 hours of play in order to maintain the best sound and operation.

CASSETTE AND CASSETTE PLAYER CARE

²Use only cassettes that are 90 minutes long or less.

²Do not expose tapes to direct sunlight, high humidity, extreme heat or extreme cold. Allow tapes that may have been exposed to extreme temperatures to reach a moderate temperature before playing.

²Tighten very loose tapes by inserting a finger or pencil into the hole and turning the hub.

²Remove loose labels before inserting tapes.

²Do not leave tapes in the cassette player for a long time when not being played.

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RADIO FREQUENCY INFORMATION

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission(CRTC) establish the frequencies AM and FM stations may use for their broadcasts. Allowable frequencies are:

AM 530, 540±1600, 1610 kHz

FM 87.7, 87.9±107.7, 107.9 MHz

Not all frequencies are used in a given area.

RADIO RECEPTION FACTORS

Three factors can affect radio reception:

²Distance/strength. The further an FM signal travels, the weaker it is. The listenable range of the average FM station is approximately 40 km (24 miles). This range can be affected by ªsignal modulation.º Signal modulation is a process radio stations use to increase their strength/volume relative to other stations.

²Terrain. Hills, mountains and tall buildings between your vehicle's antenna and the radio station signal can cause FM reception problems. Static can be caused on AM stations by power lines, electric fences, traffic lights and thunderstorms. Moving away from an interfering structure (out of its ªshadowº) returns your reception to normal.

²Station overload. Weak signals are sometimes captured by stronger signals when you pass a broadcast tower. A stronger signal may temporarily overtake a weaker signal and play while the weak station frequency is displayed.

The audio system automatically switches to single channel reception if it will improve the reception of a station normally received in stereo.

AUDIO SYSTEM WARRANTIES AND SERVICE

Refer to the Warranty Guide for audio system warranty information.

If service is necessary, see your dealer or a qualified technician.

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ELECTRONIC AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE CONTROL (EATC) SYSTEM

The EATC system will maintain a selected temperature and automatically control airflow. You can override automatic operation with any of the override controls, the fan speed control or the steering wheel controls (if equipped).

Turning the EATC on

Press AUTOMATIC, any of the override controls or the fan speed control. The EATC will only operate when the vehicle is running.

Turning the EATC system off

Press OFF. The outside temperature function will continue to operate until the ignition is turned off.

F

OFF

AUTO

 

OUTSIDE TEMP

 

 

 

 

AUTOMATIC

MAX A/C

VENT

PNL • FLR

FLOOR

FLR • DEF

DEF

F

OFF

AUTO

 

OUTSIDE TEMP

 

 

 

 

AUTOMATIC

MAX A/C

VENT

PNL • FLR

FLOOR

FLR • DEF

DEF

OFF

HI

 

HI

LO

HI

LO

 

AUTOMATIC

 

FLR • DEF

DEF

LO

 

 

Automatic operation

Press AUTOMATIC and select the desired temperature. The selected temperature and the word AUTO will appear in the display window. The EATC system will either heat or cool to achieve the selected temperature. The system will automatically determine fan speed, airflow location and if outside air or recirculated air is required. Fan speed remains automatic unless the fan speed thumbwheel is turned or the steering wheel fan speed control (if equipped) is pressed.

When in AUTOMATIC and weather conditions require heat, air will be sent to the floor. However, if the engine is not warm enough to provide

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heat, the fan will be at a low speed and the air will be directed to the windshield. In approximately 31¤2 minutes or less, the fan speed will start to increase and the airflow location will change to the floor area.

If unusual conditions exist (i.e.-window fogging, etc.), the manual override controls allow you to select airflow locations and the fan control allows you to adjust fan speed as necessary.

Temperature selection

The display window indicates the selected temperature, function

(AUTO or one of the override controls) and manual control of fan

speed ( ) if automatic fan speed is not desired.

To control the temperature, select any temperature between 18°C

(65°F) and 29°C (85°F) by pressing the blue (cooler) or red (warmer)

buttons. OUTSIDE TEMP

˚F

AUTO

MAX A/C

VENT

PNL • FLR

For continuous maximum cooling, push the blue button until 16°C (60°F) is shown in the display window. The EATC will continue maximum cooling (disregarding the displayed temperature) until a warmer temperature is selected by pressing the red control.

For continuous maximum heating, push the red button until 32°C (90°F) is shown in the display window. The EATC will continue maximum heating (disregarding the displayed temperature) until a cooler temperature is selected by pressing the blue control.

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Temperature conversion

Press MAX A/C and DEF at the same time (for one second) to switch between Fahrenheit and Celsius.

OFF

AUTO

OUTSIDE TEMP

 

 

 

 

AUTOMATIC

MAX A/C

VENT

PNL • FLR

FLOOR

FLR • DEF

DEF

The English/Metric (E/M) control on

the trip computer and message center (if equipped) will not change temperature display.

Fan speed ( )

HI

LO

When AUTOMATIC is pressed, fan

speed is adjusted automatically for existing conditions. You can override fan speed at any time. To control fan speed manually, use the

thumbwheel to cancel automatic fan

speed operation. Rotate the thumbwheel or press the steering wheel controls (if equipped) up for higher fan speed or down for lower fan speed.

The display will show

to

 

 

 

 

˚F

indicate manual fan operation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

AUTO

 

 

 

 

 

 

To return to automatic fan operation, press AUTOMATIC.

Manual override controls

The manual override controls allow you to determine where airflow is directed. To return to full automatic control, press AUTOMATIC.

F

OFF

HI

 

 

AUTO

OUTSIDE TEMP

 

 

 

 

AUTOMATIC

 

MAX A/C

VENT

PNL • FLR

FLOOR

FLR • DEF

DEF

LO

 

 

 

 

 

 

The air conditioning compressor can operate in all modes except FLOOR and VENT. It will also operate only when required when AUTOMATIC has been selected. However, the air conditioning will only function if the outside temperature is about 6°C (43°F) or higher.

Since the air conditioner removes considerable moisture from the air during operation, it is normal if clear water drips on the ground under the air conditioner drain while the system is working and even after you have stopped the vehicle.

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²MAX A/C-Uses recirculated air to cool the vehicle. The temperature will display 16°C (60°F). To exit, press AUTOMATIC or any other override controls. MAX A/C is louder than normal A/C but more economical and will cool the inside of the vehicle faster. Airflow is from the instrument panel registers. This mode can also be used to prevent undesirable odors from entering the vehicle.

²VENT-Distributes outside air through the instrument panel registers. However, the air cannot be cooled below the outside temperature because the air conditioning does not operate in this mode.

²PNL²FLR-Distributes outside air through the instrument panel registers and the floor ducts. Heating and air conditioning capabilities are provided in this mode. The air will be heated or cooled based on the temperature selection. For added customer comfort, the air distributed through the floor ducts will be slightly warmer than the air sent to the instrument panel registers.

²FLOOR-Distributes outside air through the floor ducts. However, the air cannot be cooled below the outside temperature because the air conditioning does not operate in this mode.

²FLR²DEF-Distributes outside air through the windshield defroster ducts and the floor ducts. Heating and air conditioning capabilities are provided in this mode. The air will be heated or cooled based on the temperature selection. For added customer comfort, the air distributed through the floor ducts will be slightly warmer than the air sent to the windshield defroster ducts. If the temperature is about 6°C (43°F) or higher, the air conditioner will automatically dehumidify the air to reduce fogging.

²DEF -Distributes outside air through the windshield defroster ducts. It can be used to clear ice or fog from the windshield. If the outside air temperature is about 6°C (43°F) or higher, the air conditioner will automatically dehumidify the air to reduce fogging.

²OFF-Outside air is shut out and the fan will not operate. For short periods of time only, use this mode to reduce undesirable odors from entering the vehicle.

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Displaying outside temperature

Press OUTSIDE TEMP to display the outside air temperature. It will be displayed until OUTSIDE TEMP is pressed again.

OUTSIDE TEMP

MAX A/C

VENT

PNL • FLR

If the selected temperature is changed while the outside temperature is displayed, the new temperature will be displayed for four seconds after it is changed, then the outside temperature will return to the window.

If a manual override function is selected while the outside temperature is displayed, the new function will be displayed for four seconds after it is changed, then the outside temperature will return to the window along with the override selection.

The outside temperature reading is most accurate when the vehicle is moving. Higher readings may be obtained when the vehicle is not moving. The readings that you get may not agree with temperatures given on the radio due to differences in vehicle and station locations.

Operating tips

²In humid weather conditions, place the climate control system in DEF before driving. This will reduce fogging on your windshield. Once the windshield has been cleared, operate the climate control system as desired.

²To reduce humidity buildup inside the vehicle in cold weather conditions, don't drive with the climate control system in the OFF or MAX A/C position.

²To reduce humidity buildup inside the vehicle in warm weather conditions, don't drive with the climate control system in the OFF position.

²Under normal weather conditions, your vehicle's climate control system should be left in any position other than MAX A/C or OFF when the vehicle is parked. This allows the vehicle to ªbreatheº through the outside air inlet duct.

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²Under snowy or dirty weather conditions, your vehicle's climate control system should be left in the OFF position when the vehicle is parked. This allows the climate control system to be free from contamination of outside pollutants.

²If your vehicle has been parked with the windows closed during warm weather conditions, the air conditioner will perform more efficiently in cooling the vehicle if driven for two or three minutes with the windows open. This will force most of the hot, stale air out of the vehicle. Once the vehicle has been ªaired outº, operate the climate control system as desired.

²Don't put objects under the front seat that will interfere with the airflow to the rear seats.

²Remove any snow, ice or leaves from the air intake area at the base of the windshield.

²Do not place objects over the defroster outlets. These objects can block airflow and reduce your ability to see through your windshield. Avoid placing small objects on top of the instrument panel. These objects may fall down into the defroster outlets and block airflow, in addition to damaging the climate control system.

To aid in side window defogging/demisting in cold weather conditions:

1.Select PNL ² FLR

2.Set the temperature control to full heat

3.Set the fan speed control to HI

4.Direct the outer panel vents towards the side windows.

To increase airflow to the outer panel vents, close the central panel vents.

Do not place objects on top of the instrument panel, as these objects may become projectiles in a collision or sudden stop.

REAR CONSOLE CLIMATE CONTROLS (IF EQUIPPED)

Depending on the equipment package of your vehicle, the rear console may be equipped with audio/climate controls.

The instrument panel climate controls must be on in order for the rear console climate controls to work.

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Your climate controls will either be located on the rear of the center console,

OFF LO

HI

COOL WARM PANEL FLOOR

- VOLUME + MODE

SEEK MEMORY

or located in the overhead console.

OFF LO

HI

COOL

WARM PANEL

FLOOR

Turn the air distribution control to the desired airflow position.

Turn the fan speed control to the desired position.

AUXILIARY A/C-HEATER CONTROLS (IF EQUIPPED)

Depending on your equipment package, your vehicle may be equipped with auxiliary A/C-heater controls. The auxiliary A/C-heater feature provides increased capacity to quickly heat or cool the vehicle. Besides the driver's control panel for the front seat occupants, the second row auxiliary A/C-heater controls allow the rear passengers to control the temperature in the rear of the vehicle through a second control panel above the second row, or in the floor console.

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If your vehicle is equipped with auxiliary A/C controls, they may be located in the floor console,

 

REAR

OFF

HI

 

COOL

WARM

FLOOR PANEL

or located in the overhead console.

If your vehicle is equipped with a moon roof and a navigation system, you will not have a front auxiliary A/C- heater control console. All operation is obtained through the rear auxiliary A/C-heater control console.

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In order for the auxiliary A/C-heater

controls (if equipped) to function,

OFF

REAR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

the driver's auxiliary A/C-heater

 

HI

 

 

control must be set to REAR, unless

 

 

 

 

COOL

WARM PANEL

FLOOR

your vehicle is equipped with a

 

 

 

 

 

moonroof and a navigation system.

In which case, the rear auxiliary A/C-heater control console serves as the main control for the auxiliary climate control system.

The instrument panel climate controls must be on in order for the auxiliary A/C-heater to operate.

F

OFF

HI

 

 

AUTO

OUTSIDE TEMP

 

 

 

 

AUTOMATIC

 

MAX A/C

VENT

PNL • FLR

FLOOR

FLR • DEF

DEF

LO

 

 

 

 

 

 

When the auxiliary A/C-heater control is set to FLOOR, airflow only occurs from the third row seat floor vent located in the driver's side rear quarter trim panel.

When the auxiliary A/C-heater control is set to PANEL, airflow occurs from the overhead 2nd and 3rd row vents.

Turn the fan speed control knob to the desired speed.

OFF LO

HI

Turn the temperature control to the desired temperature.

You can get warm or cool air through either the overhead

registers or floor vent by turning the COOL WARM auxiliary mode selector:

²Far left for airflow to the overhead registers.

²Far right for airflow to the rear floor vent.

² Anywhere between PANEL and FLOOR to vary airflow between the outlets.

PANEL FLOOR

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REAR WINDOW DEFROSTER

The rear defroster control is located on the instrument panel.

Press the rear defroster control to clear the rear window of thin ice and fog.

²A small LED will illuminate when the rear defroster is activated.

The ignition must be in the ON position to operate the rear window defroster.

The defroster turns off automatically after 10 minutes or when the ignition is turned to the OFF position. To manually turn off the defroster before 10 minutes have passed, push the control again.

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HEADLAMP CONTROL

Rotate the headlamp control to the first position to turn on the parking lamps. Rotate to the second position to also turn on the headlamps.

Foglamp control (if equipped)

The headlamp control also operates the foglamps. The foglamps can be turned on only when the headlamp control is in the position and the high beams are not turned on.

Pull headlamp control towards you to turn foglamps on. The foglamp indicator light will illuminate.

Autolamp control

The autolamp system provides light sensitive automatic on-off control of the exterior lights normally controlled by the headlamp control.

The autolamp system also keeps the lights on for approximately 20 seconds after the ignition switch is turned to OFF.

A

A

A

²To turn autolamps on, rotate the control counterclockwise.

²To turn autolamps off, rotate the control clockwise to OFF.

²Foglamps are not controlled by the autolamps. In order to turn on the foglamps, you must turn the lamp switch to the position and pull toward you for foglamps.

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Daytime running lamps (DRL) (if equipped)

Turns the headlamps on with a reduced output. To activate:

²the ignition must be in the ON position and

²the headlamp control is in the OFF or Parking lamps position.

Always remember to turn on your headlamps at dusk or during inclement weather. The Daytime Running Lamp (DRL) system does not activate with your tail lamps and generally may not provide

adequate lighting during these conditions. Failure to activate your headlamps under these conditions may result in a collision.

High beams

² Push forward to activate.

² Pull toward you to deactivate.

Flash to pass

Pull toward you to activate and release to deactivate.

PANEL DIMMER CONTROL

Use to adjust the brightness of the instrument panel during headlamp and parklamp operation.

² Rotate up to brighten.

²Rotate down to dim.

²Rotate to full up position (past detent) to turn on interior lamps.

²Rotate to full down position (past detent) to turn off interior lamps.

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AIMING THE HEADLAMPS

Your vehicle is equipped with a Vehicle Headlamp Aim Device (VHAD) on each headlamp. Each headlamp may be properly aimed in the vertical (up/down) and the horizontal (left/right) directions using your VHAD system. The headlamps on your vehicle are properly aimed at the assembly plant.

D

U

A bubble (vertical indicator) that is not centered between the two red lines does not necessarily indicate

out-of-aim headlamps. If your vehicle is not positioned on a level surface, the slope will be included in the vertical indication. Therefore, vertical and horizontal headlamp adjustment should be performed only when the beam direction appears to be incorrect.

You will need one 4 mm wrench or socket to make the adjustments.

If the vehicle has been in an accident, the vehicle's front structure should be properly aligned before aiming the headlamps.

Horizontal aim adjustment

1.Park the vehicle on a level surface.

2.With the hood open, locate the horizontal indicator and the

adjusting screw. They are located

below the viewing hole at the rear of the headlamp assembly.

3.Use a 4 mm wrench or socket to

turn the horizontal adjusting screw until the ª0º mark on the yellow dial

lines up with the reference mark on

the marker (as shown) when viewed directly from above.

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Turning the horizontal adjusting screw in the direction of the arrow changes the horizontal aim as shown.

Vertical aim adjustment

1.Park the vehicle on a level surface.

2.With the hood open, locate the bubble level and the vertical adjustment screw. The adjustment screw is located on the outboard side of the headlamp.

3.The ªUº and ªDº on the bubble indicate the directional change (up or down) of the vertical aim.

4.Use a 4 mm wrench or socket to turn the vertical adjusting screw until the bubble is centered between the two red lines which represents the ª0º mark position.

D

U

D

U

When the horizontal and vertical indicators are set to the ª0º mark, the headlamp has been properly aimed.

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