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Fiat Grande Punto Actual (2017 year). Instruction - part 4

 

 

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HAZARD WARNING LIGHTS 
fig. 45

They are turned on by pressing switch A,
regardless of the position of the ignition
key.

When the device is on, the lights 

Î

and

¥

on the instrument panel come on.

Press the switch again to turn the lights
off.

The use of hazard lights is governed by the
highway code of the country you are in.
Keep to the rules.

Emergency braking
During emergency braking, the hazard
warning lights come on automatically and
lights 

Î

and 

¥

on the panel come on at

the same time. 

The function switches off automatically
when the nature of the braking changes. 

This function complies with the relevant
legal regulations currently in force.

FOG LIGHTS fig. 46
(for versions/markets, where provided)

Press button 

5

to activate.

The 

5

light on the instrument panel will

come on.

Press the button again to turn the lights
off. 

When the fog lights are on, the side/tail -
lights and number plate lights also come
on, while the daytime running lights go off
irrespective of the position of the twist
switch.

The use of fog lights is governed by the
highway code of the country in which you
are driving. Keep to the rules.

fig. 45

F0M0069m

fig. 46

F0M0070m

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HEATED REAR WINDOW fig. 49

Press button to activate. The device will
be switched off automatically after ap-
proximately 20 minutes.

fig. 49

F0M0036m

PARKING LIGHTS

These lights can be turned on, only with
the key turned to STOP or removed, by
turning the twist switch on the left stalk
first to and then to 

6

or 

2.

The 

3

light on the instrument panel

comes on.

DUALDRIVE ELECTRIC POWER
STEERING SYSTEM fig. 48

Press button to activate the “CITY
function (see the “Electric power steering
system” paragraph in this section). When
the function is active, the word CITY is
lit up on the instrument panel. Press the
button again to deactivate the function.

fig. 48

F0M0073m

REAR FOG LAMPS fig. 47

Press button 

4 to turn these lights on

with the dipped beam headlights or the
front fog lights (for versions/markets,
where provided) switched on.

The 

4 light on the instrument panel will

come on.

Press the button again to turn the lights
off or turn off the dipped beam headlights
and/or the front fog lights (for versions/
markets, where provided).

The use of rear fog lamps is governed by
the highway code of the country you are
in. Keep to the rules.

fig. 47

F0M0071m

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Door unlocking in the event of 
a crash

If the fuel cut-off switch trips following an
accident, the doors will be automatically
unlocked to allow access to the passenger
compartment and the ceiling lights will be
switched on at the same time. The doors
can always be opened from the inside of
the car by using the appropriate controls.

if no fuel leakage is found and the car is
roadworthy, ensure the correct operation
of the vehicle by adhering to the following
instructions.

DOOR LOCKING fig. 50

To lock all doors at the same time, press
button A, located on the central console
control panel, regardless of the position
of the ignition key.

FUEL CUT-OFF SYSTEM

This system triggers after a collision and
activates the following:
❒ cut-off of fuel supply with consequent

switching off of the engine;

❒ automatic door unlocking;
❒ switching on of all interior lights.
When the system has been triggered, the
message “Fuel cut off, see handbook” is
displayed.

Carefully check the car for fuel leaks, for
instance in the engine compartment, un-
der the car or near the tank area.

After a crash, turn the key to STOP to
avoid draining the battery.

fig. 50

F0M0013m

If, after a crash, you smell fu-
el or notice leaks from the

fuel system, do not reactivate the sys-
tem to avoid the risk of fire.

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fig. 52

F0M0077m

fig. 51

F0M0104m

fig. 53

F0M0078m

INTERIOR FITTINGS

GLOVE BOX fig. 51-52

Use the handle to open the compartment
A-fig. 51.

Inside the compartment there is a space
A-fig. 52 to keep documents (for ver-
sions/markets, where provided).

GLOVE COMPARTMENTS

glove compartment A-fig. 53 is located in
the dashboard, on the left of the steering
wheel.

The following procedure should be car-
ried out to restore the correct operation
of the vehicle:
❒ turn the ignition key to MAR;
❒ activate the right-hand indicator;
❒ deactivate the right-hand indicator;
❒ activate the left-hand indicator;
❒ deactivate the left-hand indicator;
❒ activate the right-hand indicator;
❒ deactivate the right-hand indicator;
❒ activate the left-hand indicator;
❒ deactivate the left-hand indicator;
❒ turn the key to STOP.

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DOOR POCKETS fig. 56

There are document/map pockets locat-
ed in each of the door panels.

FRONT ARMREST WITH 
GLOVE COMPARTMENT
(for versions/markets, where provided)

Certain versions are fitted with an arm-
rest A-fig. 67 between the front seats. 

To use it as an armrest, push it down as
shown in fig. 57

Press button A-fig. 58 to raise the upper
part of the arm and access compartment
B. Operate lever to lower the angle
of the armrest.

fig. 54

F0M0079m

fig. 55

F0M0080m

fig. 57

F0M0225m

fig. 58

F0M0245m

fig. 56

F0M0081m

Glove compartment B-fig. 54 is located
in the middle of the dashboard.

Glove compartment can be removed to
install a sound system.

CENTRAL CONSOLE GLOVE
COMPARTMENT

Compartment A-fig. 55 is located on the
central console in front of the handbrake.

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CIGARETTE LIGHTER fig. 62

This is located on the central console in
front of the handbrake.

Press button to activate the cigarette
lighter with ignition key at MAR.

After about 15 seconds the button will 
return to its original position and the cig-
arette lighter is ready for use. 

IMPORTANT Always check that the cig-
arette lighter has turned itself off.

fig. 62

F0M0084m

The cigarette lighter gets
very hot. Handle it carefully

and make sure children don’t touch
it: risk of fire and/or burning.

WARNING

CUP HOLDERS – CAN HOLDERS
fig. 59-60

There are two cup/can holders in front of
the handbrake and one behind it on the
central console. 

CARD HOLDER – CD HOLDER
fig. 61

The central console features slots for te -
lephone cards CDs, magnetic cards or
motorway toll tickets.

fig. 59

F0M0082m

fig. 61

F0M0083m

fig. 60

F0M0118m

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ASHTRAY fig. 63-64

The ashtray is a removable plastic box that
can be fitted into the cup/can holders on
the central console.

IMPORTANT Do not use the ashtray as
a waste paper basket at the same time: fire
hazard.

SUN VISORS fig. 65

These are located at the sides of the rear
view mirror. They may be positioned at
the front and to the side.

A mirror can be applied to the back of the
driver-side sun visor:

To use the mirror (for versions/markets,
where provided), on some versions you
need to open the sliding cover A.

fig. 63

F0M0085m

fig. 65

F0M0086m

fig. 64

F0M0116m

SOCKET
(for versions/markets, where provided)

This is located in the boot, on the left side
of the plastic support for the parcel shelf
fig. 66.

To use it, open cap A.

EXTINGUISHER  fig. 66a
(for versions/markets, where provided)

The extinguisher is located on the left side
of the luggage compartment.

fig. 66

F0M0249m

fig. 66a

F0U0530m

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SKY DOME SUNROOF 

(for versions/markets, where provided)

The large electric sunroof comprises two
panes of glass, one of which is mobile and
the other fixed. These are equipped with
two shutters (front and rear) that can be
moved instructionly. The shutters can be used
in the “fully closed” or “fully open” posi-
tions (they have no fixed intermediate po-
sitions). To open the shutters: grip handle
A-fig. 68, release it and move it in the
direction of the arrows to the “fully open”
position. To close them, carry out the
procedure in reverse. The sunroof can be
operated only when the ignition key is
turned to MAR. The controls A-B fig. 67
on a dedicated dashboard near the front
ceiling lights open and close the sunroof.

To open

Press and hold button B-fig. 67, and the
front pane will set to the “spoiler” posi-
tion; press button B-fig. 67 again for over
half a second to make the sunroof slide au-
tomatically to the wide open position;
press the button once more to stop the
sunroof at an intermediate position.

To close

When in wide open position, press but-
ton A-fig. 67 for over half a second to set
the front pane to the “spoiler” position;
press the button again to stop the sunroof
at an intermediate position; press button
A-fig. 67 once more and hold it down to
close the sunroof completely.

fig. 67

A

B

F0M0087m

Use the sunroof only at
“spoiler” position if a trans-
verse roof rack is fitted.

Do not open the sunroof if
there is snow or ice: it could
be damaged.

When leaving the car, al-
ways remove the key from

the ignition to avoid the risk of injury
due to accidental operation of the
sunroof. Improper use of the roof can
be dangerous. Before operation, al-
ways check that no-one is at risk of
being injured by the moving sunroof
or by objects getting caught and
dragged by it.

WARNING

fig. 68

F0M0172m

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ANTI-PINCH SAFETY SYSTEM

The sunroof has an anti-pinch safety sys-
tem capable of detecting the presence of
an obstacle whilst the roof is closing; when
this happens, the system stops and the
movement of the glass is immediately re-
versed.

INITIALISATION PROCEDURE 

The sunroof must be re-initialised after
disconnecting the battery or if the rele-
vant protection fuse is blown.

Proceed as follows:
❒ press button A-fig. 67 at close posi-

tion;

❒ hold the button down so that the sun-

roof closes in stages;

❒ after full closing, wait for sunroof’s elec-

tric motor to stop.

When leaving the car, always remove the
key from the ignition to avoid the risk of
injury due to accidental operation of the
sunroof. Improper use of the roof can be
dangerous. Before and during operation,
always check that no-one is exposed to
the risk of being injured by the moving
sunroof or by objects getting caught and
dragged by it.

EMERGENCY OPERATION

If the switch fails, the sun roof can be
moved instructionly as follows:
❒ remove the protection cap located 

between the two shutters;

❒ take the Allen key (provided as stan-

dard) from the toolbox in the boot;

❒ insert the key into hole A-fig. 69 and

turn it:
– clockwise to open the roof; 
– anticlockwise to close the roof.

fig. 69

F0M0088m

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DOORS

CENTRAL DOOR LOCKING/
UNLOCKING SYSTEM

LOCKING FROM THE OUTSIDE

With the doors closed, press button 

Á on

the remote control fig. 70 or insert the
key into the lock of the door on the dri-
ver’s side and turn it clockwise. Locking is
signalled by the LED on button A-fig. 72
coming on. The doors will be locked on-
ly if all doors are shut. If one or more
doors are open after pressing button 

Á on

the remote control fig. 70, the direction
indicators and the LED on button A-fig.
72 
flash quickly for approximately 3 sec-
onds.

If one or more doors are open after turn-
ing the key, only the LED on button A-fig.
72 
will blink rapidly for approximately
three seconds. If the doors are closed but
the boot is open, the doors are locked:
the direction indicators (only when lock-
ing is carried out using button 

Á fig. 70)

and the LED on button A-fig. 72 flash
quickly for approximately 3 seconds.

With this function active, it is however
possible to unlock the other doors by
pressing button A-fig. 72 on the central
panel.

Quickly pressing button 

Á on the remote

control fig. 70 twice will engage the dead
lock device (see paragraph “Dead lock 
device”).

Door unlocking from the outside

Briefly press button 

Ë fig. 70 to unlock

the doors remotely, turn on the ceiling
lights for a limited period and double flash
the direction indicators, or insert the key
into the driver’s door lock and turn it an-
ti-clockwise as shown in fig. 71.

fig. 72

F0M0075m

Door locking/unlocking 
from the inside

Press button A-fig. 72 to lock/unlock all
doors. The button has an LED that indi-
cates whether the doors are locked or un-
locked. When the doors are locked, the
LED is on and pressing the button brings
about central unlocking of all the doors and
turns off the LED. When the doors are un-
locked, the LED is off and pressing the but-
ton brings about central locking of all the
doors. The doors will be locked only if all
the doors are properly shut.

fig. 71

F0M0410m

fig. 70

F0M0409m

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Following the locking of the doors using: 
❒ remote control; 
❒ door catch;
it will not be possible to unlock them by
pressing button A-fig. 72 located on the
dashboard.

IMPORTANT With central locking on,
pulling the internal handle of one of the
front doors will unlock that door. Indi-
vidual doors can be unlocked by pulling
the internal handle of one of the rear
doors.

If a power supply is not present (blown
fuse, battery disconnected, etc.) it is, how-
ever, possible to lock the doors instructionly.

After exceeding a speed of 20 km/h, all
doors will be centrally locked automati-
cally if the setup menu function has been
selected (see paragraph “Multifunction dis-
play” in this section).

Once the dead lock system is
engaged, it is impossible to

open the doors from inside the vehi-
cle. Before getting out of the car,
please therefore check that there is
no-one left on board. If the remote
control battery is flat, the system can
be disengaged only by inserting the
key in either of the door locks as de-
scribed previously: in this case the de-
vice remains active only for the rear
doors.

DEAD LOCK 
(for versions/markets, where provided)

This safety device inhibits the operation of: 
❒ interior handles;
❒ locking/unlocking button A-fig. 72;
thereby preventing the opening of the
doors from inside the passenger com-
partment if there has been a break-in at-
tempt (e.g. a window has been broken).

The dead lock device therefore offers the
best possible protection against break-in
attempts. We recommend engaging it
whenever the vehicle is parked and left un-
attended.

Device activation

The dead lock device is automatically ac-
tivated on every door by briefly pressing
the remote control button 

Á fig. 70 twice.

Device activation is indicated by 3 flashes
of the direction indicators and a flash of
the LED on button A-fig. 72 on the dash-
board.

If one or more of the doors is not closed
correctly, the dead lock device will not ac-
tivate, thus preventing a person from get-
ting stuck inside the passenger compart-
ment by entering the car through, and
then closing, the open door.

Device deactivation

The system is disabled automatically on
every door in the following cases:
❒ when opening the driver’s door using

the key without remote control;

❒ when unlocking doors using the remote

control;

❒ when turning the ignition key to MAR.

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REAR DOORS EMERGENCY
LOCK DEVICE (5-door versions)
fig. 74

The rear doors are fitted with a device
to lock doors when there is no current.

In this event, proceed as follows: 
❒ insert the ignition key into latch B;
❒ turn it from position to position and

close the door.

When the device is active, use the inter-
nal doors handles to open the rear doors.

Do not activate the child lock
device if the rear doors emer-

gency lock device is already activated.
If both have been activated, you need
to use the interior handle to disen-
gage the rear doors emergency lock-
ing system and then open the door
from the outside.

WARNING

CHILD LOCK (5-door versions)
fig. 73

This system prevents the rear doors from
being opened from the inside.

This device can be engaged only with the
doors open.
❒ position – engaged (door locked);
❒ position – disengaged (door can be

opened from inside).

The device A-fig. 73 stays on even if the
doors are unlocked by the centralised
system.

Always use this device when
transporting children.

WARNING

After engaging the child lock
on both rear doors, check for

proper engagement by trying to open
a rear door with the internal handle.

WARNING

fig. 74

F0M0412m

fig. 73

F0M0411m

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WINDOWS

ELECTRIC

Two switches fig. 75 on the armrest in-
side the driver’s door control the follow-
ing with the ignition key turned to MAR

opening/closing of the left front window;

opening/closing the right front window.

Keep one of the buttons pressed for
longer than half a second 
to operate
the automatic continuous operation of the
window. The window will stop when it is
fully opened or closed, or when the but-
ton is pressed again.

IMPORTANT In the event that the anti-
crushing function is activated 5 times in
only 1 minute, the system will automati-
cally enter the “recovery” mode (self-pro-
tection). This condition is apparent from
the window closing in stages.

fig. 75

F0M0136m

Continuous automatic operation 

The car has an automatic setting to raise
and lower the driver-side front window.

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Electric window system
initialisation

The system must be re-initialised after dis-
connecting the battery or if the relevant
protection fuse is blown.

Initialisation procedure:
❒ fully close the window to be initialised

manually;

❒ once fully closed, keep holding down the

closing control for at least 1 second.

Improper use of the electric
windows can be dangerous.

Before and during operation, always
check that no-one is exposed to the
risk of being injured either directly by
the moving window or through objects
getting caught and being dragged by
it. When leaving the vehicle, always
remove the key from the ignition to
avoid the risk of injury to anyone re-
maining in the car due to accidental
operation of the electric windows.

WARNING

MANUAL REAR WINDOWS 
(5-door versions) fig. 76

To open and to close the window, use the
relevant handle.

fig. 76

F0M0091m

On such occasions, it is necessary to car-
ry out the system restore procedure, 
acting as follows:
❒ open the windows; 
or
❒ turn the ignition key to STOP and then

to MAR.

If no malfunction is present, the window
returns to its normal operation auto-
matically.

IMPORTANT With the ignition key at
STOP or removed, the windows remain
activated for about 2 minutes and are de-
activated as soon a door is opened.

The system conforms to the
2000/4/EC standard concern-

ing the safety of passengers leaning
out of the passenger compartment.

WARNING

IMPORTANT On some versions, press-
ing the remote control button 

Ë for over

2 seconds will open the windows, where-
as pressing the remote control button 

Á

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fig. 80

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BOOT

OPENING THE BOOT

The boot can be opened at any time from
the passenger’s compartment by pressing
button A-fig. 78.

The boot can be opened from the outside
by pressing the remote control button

fig. 77.
The opening of the boot is accompanied
by two flashes of the direction indicators.

CLOSING THE BOOT 

Lower the rear door until hearing the
locking click fig. 79.

OPENING THE BOOT 
IN AN EMERGENCY fig. 80

To open the boot from the passenger’s
compartment if the car battery is flat or
the electric lock of the rear door is faulty,
proceed as follows:

fig. 78

F0M0093m

fig. 79

F0M0094m

Putting additional objects on-
to the parcel shelf or rear
door (speakers, spoiler, etc.),
except when approved by the

manufacturer, can affect the correct
operation of the side gas shock ab-
sorbers of the rear door itself.

When using the boot, never
exceed the maximum ad-

missible loads (see section “Technical
specifications”). Make sure that the
objects are well arranged in the boot
so that they will not be projected for-
wards following sudden braking, caus-
ing injury to passengers.

WARNING

When travelling, do not put

any object on the parcel

shelf because they can injure passen-
gers in the event of an accident or
sudden braking.

WARNING

fig. 77

F0M0425m

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❒ tilt the rear seats fully forward (see

paragraph “Extending the boot” in this
section);

❒ press lever inside the boot.

EXTENDING THE BOOT

Partial extension (1/3 or 2/3) fig. 83
(for versions/markets, where provided)

The boot can be partially (1/3 or 2/3) or
totally extended by splitting the rear seat.

Proceed as follows:
❒ fully lower the rear seat head restraints;
❒ check that the seat belt is not twisted;
❒ tilt the cushions forward as shown by

the arrow fig. 81;

❒ lift handle or B-fig. 82 to release re-

spectively the left or right part of the
backrest and guide the backrest onto
the cushion.

The boot extension to the right makes it
possible to carry two passengers on the
left part of the rear seat. The boot ex-
tension to the left makes it possible to car-
ry one passenger on the right side of the
rear seat.

fig. 81

F0M0096m

fig. 82

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fig. 83

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Maximum extension fig. 84

Tilting the whole rear seat forwards gives
maximum loading volume.

Proceed as follows:
❒ fully lower the rear seat head restraints;
❒ check that the seat belts are not twisted;
❒ tilt the cushions forward as shown by

the arrow fig. 81;

❒ lift handles and B-fig. 82 to release

the backrests and guide them onto the
cushion.

IMPORTANT If, after tilting the rear seat,
you have to remove the parcel shelf, po-
sition it as shown in fig. 86.

fig. 84

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