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Fiat Grande Punto Actual (2017 year). Instruction - part 2

 

 

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CONTROL BUTTONS fig. 19

+

To scroll the displayed menu and the
related options upwards or to in-
crease the displayed value.

MENU

Press briefly to display the menu

ESC

and/or go to the next screen or
confirm your choice.

Hold down to go back to the
standard screen.

To scroll the displayed menu and the
related options downwards or to de-
crease the value displayed.

MULTIFUNCTION
DISPLAY

(for versions/markets, where provided)

The car can be equipped with the multi-
function display that, depending on previ-
ous settings, shows useful information
when driving.

STANDARD SCREEN fig. 18
The standard screen shows the following
information:
Date.
Odometer (distance covered in km or

miles).

Time (always displayed, even with key

removed from the ignition and front
doors closed).

External temperature.
Headlight alignment position (only

with dipped beam headlights on).

Start&Stop indicator (for versions/

markets where provided).

Gear Shift Indicator (for versions/

markets where provided).

NB When one of the front doors is
opened, the display turns on and shows
for a few seconds the time and distance
covered.

fig. 18

F0M0538m

NB The and – buttons activate differ-
ent functions according to the following
situations: 

Controlling the car’s interior lights
– on the standard screen, they control in-
strument panel brightness, the sound sys-
tem and the automatic climate control
system.

Setup menu
– within the menu, they scroll up and
down;
– during settings operations, they increase
or decrease values.

fig. 19

F0M0122m

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SETUP MENU fig. 20
The menu comprises a series of functions
arranged in a circle which can be select-
ed through the and – buttons to access
the different operations and settings de-
scribed in the following paragraphs. A sub-
menu is provided for some items (clock
and unit setting).
The setup menu can be activated by briefly
pressing MENU ESC.
Single presses on or – will scroll the set-
up menu options.
Management modes differ from each oth-
er according to the option selected.

Selecting an option from the main menu
without a submenu
– Briefly press MENU ESC to select the
main menu option to set.
– Press or – (with single presses) to se-
lect the new setting;
– briefly press MENU ESC to store the
new setting and go back to the previous
main menu option.

Selecting “Set Date” and “Set time”:
– Briefly press MENU ESC to select the
first value to change (e.g. hours/minutes
or year/month/day).
– Press or – (with single presses) to se-
lect the new setting;
– Briefly press MENU ESC to store the
new setting and go to the next setup menu
option: if this is the last one you will go
back to the previous menu option.

Hold down MENU ESC:

– to quit the set up menu if you are in the
main menu;

– to quit the main menu if you are in an-
other point of the menu (e.g. at submenu
option setting level, at submenu level or
at main menu option setting level);

– to save only the settings already stored
(and confirmed by pressing the MENU
ESC 
button).
The setup menu environment is timed.
Only the changes saved by the user by
briefly pressing MENU ESC will be
stored when the menu is automatically
closed.

Selecting an option from the main menu with
a submenu:
– briefly press MENU ESC to display the
first submenu option;
– Press or – (with single presses) to
scroll all the submenu options.
– Briefly press MENU ESC to select the
displayed submenu option and open the
relevant setup menu.
– Press or – (with single presses) to 
select the new setting for this submenu
option.
– briefly press MENU ESC to store the
new setting and go back to the previous
submenu option.

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Day

Year

Month

Deutsch

Português

English

Español

Français

Italiano

Nederland

Polski

Example:

fig. 20

Example:

On the standard screen, briefly press MENU ESC

to start browsing. Press or – to browse within 

the menu. 

NB For safety reasons, only the short menu may be

accessed while the car is moving (“Speed Beep” set-

ting). Stop the car to access the full menu. 

F0M1038g

MENU ESC

brief press

of the button

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

EXIT MENU 

SPEED BEEP

SET TIME 

SET DATE 

SEE RADIO

AUTOCLOSE 

DISTANCE UNIT

LANGUAGE

ALERT VOLUME 

BUTTON VOLUME

SERVICE 

PASSENGER BAG 

+

TRIP DATA B 

MENU ESC 

brief press 

of the button

+

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– briefly press MENU ESC to return to
the menu screen or hold the button down
to return to the standard screen without
saving.
To cancel the setting, proceed as follows:

– briefly press MENU ESC: (On) will
flash on the display;

– press : (Off) will flash on the display; 

– briefly press MENU ESC to return to
the menu screen or hold the button down
to return to the standard screen without
saving.

Trip B activation (tripB data)

This function may be used to activate
(On) or deactivate (Off) the Trip B display
(partial trip).

For more information see the “Trip com-
puter” section.

For activation/deactivation, proceed as fol-
lows:

– briefly press MENU ESC – On or Off
will flash on the display (depending on pre-
vious setting);

DISPLAY FUNCTIONS

Speed limit (Speed Beep)

This function is used to set the car speed
limit (km/h or mph); the driver is imme-
diately alerted when this limit is ex-
ceeded (see section “Warning lights and
messages”).

To set the desired speed limit, proceed as
follows:

– briefly press MENU ESC – the display
will show the wording (Speed Buzz); 

– press or – to select speed limit acti-
vation (On) or deactivation (Off);

– if the function is on, press or – to se-
lect the required speed limit and then
press MENU ESC to confirm;

NB The speed may be set in the range from
30 to 200 km/h, or from 20 to 125 mph ac-
cording to the previously chosen unit (see
“Setting the distance unit (Unit)” described
below). The setting will increase/decrease
by five units each time +/– is pressed. Hold
down +/– to increase/decrease the setting
rapidly. Complete the setting with single
presses of the button when the required
setting is approached.

– press or – to make your choice;

– briefly press MENU ESC to return to
the menu screen or hold the button down
to return to the standard screen without
saving.

Setting the clock (Set time)
This function allows you to set the clock
through two submenus: “Time” and
“Mode”.
To carry out the adjustment, proceed as
follows:
– briefly press MENU ESC – the display
will show the two sub-menus “Time” and
“Mode”;
– press or – to switch between the two
sub-menus;
– select the required option and then
press MENU ESC briefly;
– if selecting “Time”, briefly press MENU
ESC 
– the “hours” will flash on the display;
– press or – to set the value;
– briefly press MENU ESC – the “min-
utes” will flash on the display;

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Setting date (Set Date)
Using this function it is possible to change
the date (day – month – year).

To update, proceed as follows:

– briefly press MENU ESC – “day” (dd)
will flash on the display;

– press or – to set the value;
– briefly press MENU ESC – “month”
(mm) will flash on the display;

– press or – to set the value;
– briefly press MENU ESC – “year”
(yyyy) will flash on the display;

– press or – to make the adjustment.
NB The setting increases or decreases by
one unit each time or –  is pressed. Hold
the button down to increase/decrease the
setting rapidly. Complete the setting with
single presses of the button when you ap-
proach the required setting.

– briefly press MENU ESC to return to
the menu screen or hold the button down
to return to the standard screen without
saving.

– press or – to adjust the value;
– if selecting “Mode”, briefly press MENU
ESC   
– the mode will flash on the display;
– press or – to select “24h” or “12h”. 
When you have made the required ad-
justments, briefly press MENU  ESC to
go back to the menu screen or hold the
button down to go back to the main menu
without saving. 
– hold MENU ESC down to go back to
the standard screen or main menu, de-
pending on where you are in the menu.

Initial page (display of information
on the main screen) 
(for versions/markets, where provided)

This function allows you to choose the in-
formation you would like to see on the
main screen.  You can choose to display the
date or the turbocharger boost pressure.

To make your choice, proceed as follows:

– briefly press MENU ESC – “Initial
page” will appear on the display;

– briefly press MENU ESC once again to
show the display options “Date” and “En-
gine info”;

– press or – to select the information
you wish to see on the main page of the
display;

– briefly press MENU ESC to return to
the menu screen or hold the button down
to return to the standard screen without
saving.

When the key is turned to MAR and the
initial check stage is over, the display will
show the information selected via the “Ini-
tial page” menu function.

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Automatic central door locking
with car running (Autoclose)

When activated (On), this function auto-
matically locks the doors when the car
speed exceeds 20 km/h.

To activate (On) or deactivate (Off) this
function, proceed as follows:

– briefly press MENU ESC to display
a submenu;

– briefly press MENU ESC – On or Off
will flash on the display (depending on the
previous setting);

– press or – to make your choice; 

– briefly press MENU ESC to go back to
the submenu screen or hold the button
down to go back to the main menu with-
out saving.
– hold MENU ESC down again to go
back to the standard screen or main
menu, depending on where you are in the
menu.

Audio information 
(See sound system)
With this function the display shows in-
formation relevant to the sound system.

– Radio: selected radio station frequency
or RDS message, automatic tuning acti-
vation or AutoSTore;
– CD, MP3: track number;
– CD Changer: CD number and track
number;
To show the sound system information in
the display (On) or clear it (Off), proceed
as follows:
– briefly press MENU ESC – On or Off
will flash on the display (depending on the
previous setting);
– press or – to make your choice; 
– briefly press MENU ESC to return to
the menu screen or hold the button down
to return to the standard screen without
saving.

Setting measurement units 
(Units of measurement)

With this function it is possible to set the
measurement units through three sub-
menus: “Distance”, “Consumption” and
“Temperature”.

To set the desired measurement unit, pro-
ceed as follows:

– briefly press MENU ESC to display the
three sub-menus;

– press or  – to switch between the
three sub-menus;

– select the required option and then
press MENU ESC briefly;

–  if selecting “Distance”: briefly press
MENU ESC and the display will show
“km” or “mi” (depending on the previous
setting);

– press or – to make your choice;

– if selecting “Consumption”: briefly press
MENU ESC and the display will show
“km/l”, “l/100km” or “mpg” (depending on
the previous setting);

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Selecting language (Language)

Display messages can be shown in differ-
ent languages: Italian, English, German,
Portuguese, Spanish, French, Polish and
Dutch.

To set the required language, proceed as
follows:

– briefly press MENU ESC – the previ-
ously set language will flash on the display;

– press or – to make your choice; 

– briefly press MENU ESC to return to
the menu screen or hold the button down
to return to the standard screen without
saving.

Adjusting the failure/warning
buzzer volume (Alert Volume)

This function allows the volume of the
buzzer which accompanies the display of
failures/warnings to be adjusted (over
8 levels).

To set the desired volume, proceed as fol-
lows:

– briefly press MENU ESC – the previ-
ously set volume level will flash on the dis-
play;

– press or – to set the value; 

– briefly press MENU ESC to return to
the menu screen or hold the button down
to return to the standard screen without
saving.

If the distance unit set is “km” the fuel con-
sumption unit will be displayed in km/l or
l/100km.

If the distance unit set is “mi” the fuel con-
sumption unit will be displayed in “mpg”.

– press or – to make your choice; 

– if selecting “Temperature”: briefly press 
MENU ESC and the display will show
“C” or “F” (depending on the previous
setting);

– press or – to make your choice;
When you have made the adjustment,
briefly press MENU ESC to go back to
the sub-menu screen or hold the button
down to go back to the main menu with-
out saving. 
– hold down MENU ESC again to go
back to the standard screen or main
menu, depending on where you are in the
menu.

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Adjusting the button volume 
(Button Vol.)

This function may be used to adjust (over
8 levels) the volume of the noise made
when the MENU ESCand – buttons
are pressed.

To set the desired volume, proceed as fol-
lows:

– briefly press MENU ESC – the previ-
ously set volume level will flash on the dis-
play;

– press or – to set the value; 

– briefly press MENU ESC to return to
the menu screen or hold the button down
to return to the standard screen without
saving.

Scheduled Servicing (Service)

Through this function it is possible to dis-
play information related to regular sched-
uling intervals.

This information can be consulted as 
follows:

– briefly press MENU ESC – service in-
tervals in km or mi, depending on the
previous setting, will be displayed (see
“Measurement units” section);

– briefly press MENU ESC to go back to
the menu screen or hold the button down
to go back to the standard screen.

NB The “Scheduled Service Plan” re-
quires the vehicle to be serviced every
30,000 km (or 18,000 mi). This indication
will appear automatically, with the key at
MAR, starting from 2,000 km (or
1,240 mi) and will be displayed every
200 km (or 124 mi). Below 200 km the sig-
nals become more frequent. The indica-
tion will appear in kilometres or miles de-
pending on the unit of measurement
settings. When the next scheduled service
is approaching, and when the key is turned
to MAR, the message “Service” will ap-
pear on the display followed by the num-
ber of kilometres or miles left. Go to a Fi-
at Dealership, where the “Scheduled
Service Plan” operations will be performed
and the message will be reset.

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Passenger front and side airbag 
activation/deactivation 
(Passenger bag)
(for versions/markets, where provided)

This function is used to activate/deactivate
the front passenger’s air bag.

Proceed as follows:
❒ press MENU ESC and, after seeing

messages “Bag pass: Off” (to deactivate)
or “Bag pass: On” (to activate) by
pressing buttons and , press MENU
ESC 
again;

❒ the display will show the confirmation

request message;

❒ press or – to select either Yes (to

confirm activation/deactivation) or No
(to abort);

❒ briefly press MENU ESC to confirm

setting  and go back to the menu screen
or hold the button down to go back to
the standard screen without saving.

MENU ESC

MENU ESC

MENU ESC

+

+

+

+

F0M1009g

F0M1011g

F0M1010g

F0M1013g

F0M1014g

F0M1009g

F0M1015g

F0M1016g

F0M1009g

Menu exit

This function closes the cycle of settings
listed in the menu screen.

Briefly press MENU ESC to go back to
the standard screen without saving.

Press – to return to the first menu option
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TRIP COMPUTER

Introduction

The “Trip computer” is used to display in-
formation on car operation when the key
is turned to MAR. This function allows
you to define two separate trips called
“Trip A” and “Trip B” for monitoring the
car’s “complete journey” in a reciprocal-
ly independent manner.

Both functions are resettable (reset – start
of a new journey).

“Trip A” shall be used to display the fig-
ures relating to:

– Outside temperature;

– Range

– Distance travelled

– Average consumption

– Instant consumption

– Average speed

– Travel time (driving time).

“Trip B”, available on multifunction display
only, shall be used to display the figures
relating to:

– Distance travelled B

– Average consumption B

– Average speed B

– Travel time B (driving time).

NB “Trip B” functions may be excluded
(see “Trip B on”). “Range” and “Instant
consumption” parameters cannot be reset.

Values displayed

Outside temperature

Indicates the temperature outside the 
vehicle passenger compartment.

Range

This indicates the distance which may be
travelled with the fuel in the tank assum-
ing that driving style does not change. The
display will show the reading “- - - -“ when
the following events take place:

– value lower than 50 km (or 30 mi)

– car left parked with engine running for
a long time.

Distance travelled

This value shows the distance covered
from the start of the new journey.

Average consumption

This value shows the average consump-
tion from the start of the new journey.

Instant fuel consumption

Indicates the fuel consumption. The val-
ue is constantly updated. The message 
“- - - -” will appear on the display if the car
is parked with the engine running.

Average speed

This value shows the car’s average speed
based on the overall time elapsed since the
start of the new journey.

Journey time

This value shows the time elapsed since
the start of the new journey.

IMPORTANT If information is not avail-
able, the message “- - - -” will appear in-
stead of the Trip Computer values.
Counting of the different values will be re-
sumed regularly when normal operation
is restored. This will not cause any reset-
ting of the values displayed before the fail-
ure nor the starting of a new journey.

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fig. 21

F0M0124m

TRIP control button fig. 21
The TRIP button located on the top of
the right steering column stalk is used
(with ignition at MAR) to display and re-
set the previously described values to start
a new journey:
– press briefly to display the different 
values;
– hold down to reset and then start a new
journey.

New journey 
The new journey begins after:
– “instruction” resetting by the user, by press-
ing the relevant button;
– “automatic” resetting, when the distance
travelled reaches 3,999.9 km or 9,999.9 km
(depending on the type of display) or when
the travel time reaches 99.59 (99 hours
and 59 minutes);
– disconnection/reconnection of the 
battery.

IMPORTANT The reset operation when
“Trip A” details are being displayed resets
only the information associated with this
function.

IMPORTANT The reset operation when
“Trip B” details are being displayed resets
only the information associated with this
function.

Start trip procedure

With ignition at MAR, press and hold the
TRIP button for over 2 seconds to reset.

Trip Exit

To quit the Trip function: keep MENU
ESC 
pressed for over 2 seconds.

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The fabric upholstery of your
car is designed to withstand
normal wear and tear for
a long time. Some precau-

tions are needed though. Avoid pro-
longed and/or excessive rubbing
against clothing accessories such as
metal buckles and Velcro strips which,
by applying a high pressure on the fab-
ric in a small area, could cause some
threads to break, thereby damaging
the upholstery.

Height adjustment fig. 22 
(for versions/markets, where provided)

Move lever upwards or downwards to
achieve the required height.

IMPORTANT Adjustment must be car-
ried out only when seated in the relevant
seat.

Backrest angle adjustment fig. 22

Turn knob C.

FRONTSEATS

fig. 22

F0M0055m

All adjustments must be
made with the car stationary.

WARNING

Horiziontal adjustment fig. 22

Lift the lever and push the seat for-
wards or backwards: in the driving posi-
tion your arms should rest on the rim of
the steering wheel. 

After releasing the adjust-
ment lever, always check

that the seat is locked on the guides
by trying to move it back and forth. If
it is not locked, the seat may move
unexpectedly and make you lose con-
trol of the car. 

WARNING

For maximum protection,
keep the back of your seat

upright, lean back into it and make
sure the seat belt fits closely across
your chest and hips.

WARNING

fig. 23

F0M0057m

Tilting the back rest 
(3-door versions) fig. 23

To access the rear seats, pull handle up-
wards, the back rest will tilt and the seat
can slide forward by pushing the back rest. 

Bringing back the back rest the seat will
return to its original position (mechani-
cal memory).

Always check that the seat is
properly locked on the

guides by trying to push it backwards
and forwards.

WARNING

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The fabric upholstery of your
car is designed to withstand
normal wear and tear for
a long time. Some precautions

are needed though. Avoid prolonged
and/or excessive rubbing against cloth-
ing accessories such as metal buckles
and Velcro strips which, by applying
a high pressure on the fabric in a small
area, could cause some threads to
break, thereby damaging the upholstery.

Seat heating fig. 24
(for versions/markets, where provided)

With the key turned to MAR, press but-
ton to switch the function on/off. When
the function is enabled, the LED on the
button turns on.

IMPORTANT Front seat heating control
is linked to a thermostat, automatically de-
activating heating when the preset tem-
perature is reached.

REAR SEATS

To fold the rear seats, refer to the “Ex-
tending the boot” paragraph in this section.

fig. 24

F0M0058m

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HEAD RESTRAINTS

FRONT HEAD RESTRAINTS 
fig. 25

On certain versions the head restraints
are adjustable in height and they lock au-
tomatically in the required position.

To adjust head restraints, proceed as fol-
lows:
❒ upwards adjustment: lift the head re-

straint until it locks.

❒ downwards adjustment: press button

and lower the head restraint.

Lifting off the front head restraints: press
buttons and at the same time and lift.

REAR HEAD RESTRAINTS fig. 26
(for versions/markets, where provided)

To move the head restraint upwards, raise
it until hearing the click (position of use). 

To bring it back to the position of non-
use, press button and push the head re-
straint down into the back rest.

To extract the rear head restraints, press
buttons and at the same time and lift.

IMPORTANT When the rear seats are in
use, the head restraints must always be
in the position of use.

fig. 25

F0M0025m

fig. 26

F0M0026m

Head restraints must be ad-
justed so that the head,

rather than the neck, rests on them.
Only then can they protect your head
correctly.

WARNING

To make the best use of the head restraint
protective action, adjust the seat back so
that your trunk is upright and keep your
head as close as possible to the head re-
straint. 

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LIGHTS AND MESSAGES

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VICE 

AND CARE

TECHNICAL

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INDEX

CONTROLS  AND DEVICES

MIRRORS

REAR-VIEW MIRROR fig. 28

The mirror is fitted with a safety device
that causes its release in the event of a vi-
olent impact with the passenger.

STEERING WHEEL

The driver can adjust the height and axial
position of the steering wheel (for ver-
sions/markets, where provided).

To carry out the adjustment, proceed as
follows:
❒ release lever A-fig. 27 by pushing it

forwards (position 1);

❒ adjust the steering wheel;
❒ lock lever by pulling it towards the

steering wheel (position 2).

fig. 27

F0M0354m

Any adjustment of the steer-
ing wheel position must be

carried out only with the car station-
ary and the engine turned off.

WARNING

It is absolutely forbidden to
carry out any after-market

operation involving steering system or
steering column modifications (e.g. in-
stallation of anti-theft device) that
could badly affect performance and
safety, invalidate the warranty and
also result in the car failing to com-
ply with regulations.

WARNING

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VICE 

AND CARE

TECHNICAL

SPECIFICA

TIONS

INDEX

CONTROLS  AND DEVICES

WING MIRRORS

Adjustment fig. 29

This operation is possible only with the
key turned to MAR.

To carry out the adjustment, proceed as
follows:
❒ use switch to select the required mir-

ror (left or right);

❒ to adjust the mirror, move switch in

the four directions;

fig. 28

F0M0028m

fig. 29

F0M0030m

The mirror can be adjusted to two differ-
ent positions (normal or antiglare) by 
using lever A.

fig. 30

F0M0250m

Folding

When required (for example when the
shape causes difficulty in narrow spaces),
it is possible to fold the mirrors by mov-
ing them from position 1-fig. 30 to posi-
tion 2.

When driving, the mirrors
should always be in position
1-fig. 30.

As the driver’s wing mirror is
curved, it may slightly alter

the perception of distance. 

WARNING

Defrosting/demisting 
(for versions/markets, where provided)

The mirrors are fitted with resistors that
are activated when the heated rear wind-
screen is turned on (by pressing button 

(

).

IMPORTANT This function is timed and
it will turn off automatically after a few
minutes.

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