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Fiat Grande Punto Actual (2017 year). Instruction - part 6

 

 

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fig. 106

A

F0M0510m

fig. 107

F0M0511m

EMERGENCY STARTING fig. 106
(with Start&Stop system without
dummy pole)
(for versions/markets where provided)

When jump starting, never connect the
negative lead (–) of the auxiliary battery to
the negative pole A-fig. 106 of the car
battery, but rather to an engine/gearbox
earth point.

IMPORTANT

Before opening the bonnet,
make sure that the car is

switched off and the key is in the OFF
position. Follow the instructions on
the plate near the front crossmember
fig. 107. It is advisable to extract the
key when there are other people in
the car. The car should always be
evacuated after the key has been re-
moved or turned to the OFF position.
During refuelling operations, it is nec-
essary to make sure that the car is off
with the ignition key in the OFF po-
sition.

WARNING

For cars with a robotised
transmission, if the engine

cuts out automatically on a gradient,
it is advisable to restart the engine by
moving the gear lever towards (+) or
(-) without releasing the brake pedal.
For vehicles with Dualogic transmis-
sion, where the Hill Holder function
is present, if the engine cuts out au-
tomatically whilst on a hill, it is ad-
visable to restart it by moving the
gear lever towards (+) or towards (-)
without releasing the brake pedal to
make the Hill Holder function –
which is active only when the engine
is running – available.

WARNING

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fig. 108

F0M0512m

GEAR SHIFT INDICATOR
SYSTEM
(for versions/markets, where provided)

The “GSI” system (Gear Shift Indicator)
advises the driver to change gear via a sig-
nal on the instrument panel (see fig. 108).

Through the GSI, where provided, the dri-
ver is advised that changing gear will re-
duce fuel consumption.

Therefore, for driving oriented towards
cutting fuel consumption, it is recom-
mended to follow the suggestions of the
Gear Shift Indicator.

When the SHIFT UP icon (

N SHIFT) is

shown on the display, the GSI is advising
the driver to select a higher gear, while
the SHIFT DOWN icon (

O SHIFT) sug-

gests a lower gear should be engaged.

If you want to prioritise cli-
mate comfort, the Start&Stop

system can be disabled to allow con-
tinuous operation of the climate con-
trol system.

WARNING

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SOUND SYSTEM

(for versions/markets, where provided)

For the operation of the radio with CD/
MP3 player (for versions/markets, where
provided), read the Supplement attached
to this Owner’s Handbook.

SOUND SYSTEM READINESS
(for versions/markets, where provided)

The system consists of:
❒ sound system power cables

❒ cables to connect front and rear

speakers

❒ aerial power cable

❒ 2 tweeters on front doors (30 W max

power each);

❒ 2 mid-woofers on front doors

(165 mm diameter, 40 W max power
each);

❒ 2 full-range speakers on rear doors

and rear valance panels (130 mm
diameter, 40 W max power each);

❒ radio aerial cable.

Sound system installation

The sound system must be installed in the
place occupied by the central storage
compartment because this is where you
will find the preset cables.

To extract the compartment, press in the
points shown in the diagram fig. 109 cor-
responding to the retainer systems.

fig. 109

F0M0114m

For connection to the preset
cables, contact a Fiat Deal-

ership to prevent any problem that
could impair car safety.

WARNING

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SATELLITE NAVIGATION
SYSTEM READINESS

(for versions/markets, where provided)

On cars equipped with the Blue&Me
system, there may be (on request) capac-
ity to install the satellite navigation system,
which is available from Lineaccessori Fiat.

Install the navigation system by inserting
the dedicated support bracket into the
housing shown in fig. 110.

fig. 110

F0M0431m

ACCESSORIES
PURCHASED
BY THE OWNER

If, after buying the vehicle, you decide to
install electrical accessories that require a
permanent electrical supply (sound sys-
tem, satellite anti-theft system, etc.) or
ones that drain the battery, contact a Fi-
at Dealership, whose qualified personnel,
besides suggesting the most suitable de-
vices from Lineaccessori Fiat, will also
check whether the vehicle’s electrics are
able to withstand the load required, or
whether they need to be integrated with
a more powerful battery.

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RADIO TRANSMITTERS
AND MOBILE PHONES

Radio transmitter equipment (vehicle mo-
bile phones, CB radios, amateur radio etc.)
shall not be used inside the car unless
a separate aerial is mounted on the roof.

IMPORTANT The use of these devices in-
side the passenger compartment (without
a separate aerial) may cause the vehicle
electrical systems to malfunction. This
could compromise safety in addition to
constituting a potential hazard for pas-
sengers’ health.

In addition, transmission and reception of
these devices may be affected by the
shielding effect of the car body.

With regard to EC-approved mobile
phones (GSM, GPRS, UMTS), you should
adhere strictly to the instructions provid-
ed by the mobile phone’s manufacturer.

Take care when fitting addi-
tional spoilers, alloy wheels

or non-standard wheel hubs: they
could reduce the ventilation of the
brakes and affect efficiency under
sharp, repeated braking or on long
descents. Make sure that nothing ob-
structs the pedals (mats, etc.)

WARNING

INSTALLING ELECTRICAL/
ELECTRONIC DEVICES

Electrical and electronic devices installed
after buying the car in the context of af-
ter-sales service must carry the following
label:

Fiat Auto S.p.A. authorises the installation
of transceiving devices provided that they
are installed by a specialised centre ac-
cording to rules of good engineering prac-
tice in compliance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.

IMPORTANT Traffic police may not al-
low the car on the road if devices have
been installed which modify the features
of the car. This may also cause invalida-
tion of warranty in relation to faults
caused by the change or either directly or
indirectly related to it.

Fiat Auto S.p.A. shall not be liable for dam-
age caused by the installation of acces-
sories either not supplied or recom-
mended by Fiat Auto S.p.A. and/or not
installed in compliance with the provided
instructions.

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REFUELLING THE CAR

PETROL ENGINES

Use only unleaded petrol.

To avoid mistakes, the diameter of the fu-
el tank opening is too small to insert the
nozzle of a leaded petrol pump. The petrol
octane rating (RON) must not be lower
than 95.

IMPORTANT An inefficient catalytic con-
verter leads to harmful exhaust emissions,
thus contributing to air pollution.

IMPORTANT Never use leaded petrol,
even in small amounts or in an emergency,
as this would damage the catalytic con-
verter beyond repair.

DIESEL ENGINES

If the outside temperature is very low, the
diesel thickens due to the formation of
paraffin clots and could clog the diesel fu-
el filter.

In order to avoid these problems, differ-
ent types of diesel are distributed ac-
cording to the season: summer type, win-
ter type and arctic type (cold, mountain
areas).

If refuelling with diesel fuel whose speci-
fications are not suitable for the usage
temperature, it is advisable to mix in the
TUTELA DIESEL ART additive in the pro-
portions shown on the container. Pour
the additive into the tank before the fuel.

When using or parking the vehicle for
a long time in the mountains or cold ar-
eas, it is advisable to refuel using locally
available diesel.

In this case, it is also advisable to keep the
tank over 50% full.

For diesel engines, use only
diesel fuel for motor vehicles
in accordance with EN590
European specifications. The

use of other products or mixtures may
damage the engine beyond repair and
consequently invalidate the warranty,
depending on the damage caused. If
you accidentally introduce other types
of fuel into the tank, do not start the
engine. Empty the tank. If the engine
has run, even for a very short time, you
will need to have the entire fuel system
emptied in addition to the tank.

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FUEL TANK CAP fig. 111

To carry out refuelling, open lid and un-
screw cap B; the cap is fitted with a de-
vice which fastens it to the lid so it can-
not be mislaid.

In some versions, cap may be provided
with a lock and key; use the ignition key
to access the flap A, turn it anti-clockwise
and unscrew the cap itself.

The hermetic seal may cause a slight in-
crease in pressure in the tank. A suction
noise when you release the cap is there-
fore entirely normal.

When refuelling, hook the cap onto the
device inside the lid as shown in fig. 111.

fig. 111

F0M0138m

Do not place naked flames
or lit cigarettes near to the

fuel tank opening: fire risk. Keep your
face away from the fuel tank open-
ing to avoid breathing in harmful
vapours.

WARNING

Filling the tank

To fill the tank completely, top up twice
after the first click of the trigger. Further
top ups could cause faults in the fuel sup-
ply system.

PROTECTING
THE ENVIRONMENT

The devices for reducing petrol engine
emissions are the following:
❒ three-way catalytic converter;
❒ Lambda sensors;
❒ fuel evaporation prevention system.
In addition, do not let the engine run, even
for a test, with one or more spark plugs
disconnected.

The following devices are used for reduc-
ing diesel fuel engine emissions:
❒ oxidising catalytic converter;
❒ exhaust gas recirculation system (E.G.R.);
❒ diesel particulate filter (DPF) (for ver-

sions/markets, where provided).

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The

catalytic

converter

reaches high temperatures

during normal operation. Do not
park the on grass, dry leaves, pine
needles or other flammable materi-
al: fire hazard.

WARNING

DIESEL PARTICULATE
FILTER (DPF)
(for versions/markets where provided)

The Diesel Particulate Filter is a mechan-
ical filter, integral with the exhaust system,
that physically traps particulates present
in the exhaust gases of diesel engines.

The diesel particulate filter is needed to
eliminate almost all particulates in com-
pliance with current/future legislation.

During normal use of the vehicle, the en-
gine control unit records a set of data (e.g.
travel time, type of route, temperatures,
etc.) and it will then calculate how much
particulate has been trapped by the filter.

Since this filter physically traps particu-
late, it should be regenerated (cleaned)
at regular intervals by burning the carbon
particles.

The regeneration procedure is handled
automatically by the engine control unit
according to the filter conditions and ve-
hicle use conditions.

During regeneration, there may be: a lim-
ited increase in minimum revs, a slight in-
crease in fumes and high exhaust temper-
atures. These are not faults; they do not
impair vehicle performance or damage the
environment.

If the dedicated message is displayed, re-
fer to the “Warning lights and messages”
section.

The diesel particulate filter
(DPF) (for versions/markets,

where provided) reaches high tem-
peratures during normal operation.
Do not park the vehicle on grass, dry
leaves, pine needles or other flam-
mable material: fire hazard.

WARNING

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PRETENSIONERS ................................................................

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PRESETTING FOR MOUNTING THE 
“UNIVERSAL ISOFIX” CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEM .....

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FRONT AIRBAGS ................................................................

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SIDE AIRBAGS ......................................................................

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The reel may lock up when the car is
parked on a steep slope: this is perfectly
normal. Furthermore, the reel mechanism
locks the belt if it is pulled sharply or in
the event of sudden braking, collisions and
high-speed bends.

The rear seat is fitted with inertia seat
belts with three anchor points and a reel.

The rear seat belts must be worn as per
fig. 2 (with safety belt for the middle seat,
for versions/markets, where provided) or
as per fig. 3 (two rear seats).

SEAT BELTS

USING THE SEAT BELTS fig. 1

The belt should be worn keeping the tor-
so straight and rested against the seat
back.

To fasten the seat belts, hold the tongue
and insert it into the buckle B, until
hearing the locking click.

If the seat belt jams, let it rewind for
a short stretch, then pull it out again with-
out jerking.

Press button to release the belt. Guide
the belt while it is being rewound, to pre-
vent twisting.

Through the reel, the belt automatically
adapts to the body of the passenger wear-
ing it, allowing freedom of movement.

fig. 1

F0M0040m

fig. 2

F0M0041m

fig. 3

F0M0502m

Never press button C-fig. 1
when travelling.

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IMPORTANT The back rest is correctly
locked into place when the red band next
to the backrest release handles fig. 4 dis-
appears. This red band indicates that the
backrest is not secured. When returning
the backrest to its normal position, make
sure it is correctly fastened and you hear
the lock click.

IMPORTANT After putting the seats back
to their normal position, restore the seat
belt position to make them ready for use.

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fig. 4

F0M0042m

Remember that, in the event
of a violent collision, back

seat passengers not wearing seat belts
represent a serious danger for the
front seat passengers as well as for
themselves.

WARNING

Make sure the backrest is
properly secured at both

sides to prevent it moving forward in
the event of sharp braking that may
cause injuries to passengers.

WARNING

SBR SYSTEM 

The car is fitted with the SBR system (Seat
Belt Reminder), consisting of an audible
warning which, together with the turning
on of the warning light 

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on the instru-

ment panel, warns the driver and/or the
front passenger (for versions/markets,
where provided), that they need to fasten
their seat belt. 

For permanent deactivation, contact a Fiat
Dealership.

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PRETENSIONERS

To increase the efficiency of the seat belts,
the car is fitted with front pretensioners.
These devices, in the event of a violent
crash, rewind the seat belts by a few cen-
timetres. In this way, they ensure that the
seat belt adheres perfectly to the wearer
before the restraining action begins.

The seat belt reel locks to indicate that the
pretensioners have intervened; the seat
belt cannot be drawn back up even when
guiding it instructionly.

IMPORTANT To obtain the highest de-
gree of protection from the action of the
pretensioning device, wear the seat belt
tight to the chest and pelvis.

A slight amount of smoke may be detect-
ed during operation of the pretensioners.
This smoke is not harmful and does not
indicate a fire.

The pretensioner does not require any
maintenance or lubrication.

Anything that modifies its original condi-
tions invalidates its efficiency.

If, due to unusual natural events (floods,
sea storms, etc.), the device has been 
affected by water and mud, it must be 
replaced.

LOAD LIMITERS

To increase passenger safety, the front
seat belt reels contain a load limiter which
controls the force acting on the chest and
shoulders during the belt restraining ac-
tion in the event of a head-on collision.

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The pretensioner can be
used only once. Go to a Fiat

Dealership to have it replaced after
it has been deployed. Consult the
card in the glove box to check the sta-
tus of the pretensioners. Go to a Fiat
Dealership to have the device re-
placed when the expiration date 
approaches.

WARNING

Operations which lead to
knocks, vibrations or lo-
calised heating (over 100 °C
for a maximum of 6 hours) in

the area around the pretensioners may
cause damage or trigger them. These
devices are not affected by vibrations
caused by irregularities of the road sur-
face or low obstacles such as kerbs,
etc. Contact a Fiat Dealership for any
assistance.

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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS 
FOR USING THE SEAT BELTS

The driver is responsible for respecting,
and ensuring that all the other occupants
of the car also respect, the local laws in
force in relation to the use of the seat
belts. Always fasten the seat belts before
setting off.

Seat belts are also to be worn by expec-
tant mothers: the risk of injury in the event
of an accident is greatly reduced for them
and the unborn child if they are wearing
a seat belt.

Of course, mothers-to-be must position
the lower part of the belt very low down
so that it passes over the pelvis and under
the abdomen fig. 5.

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fig. 5

F0M0043m

fig. 6

F0M0044m

fig. 7

F0M0045m

The belt must not be twist-
ed. The upper part must

cross the shoulder and the chest di-
agonally. The lower part must adhere
to the hips fig. 6, not to the abdomen.
Do not use devices (clips, etc.) to hold
the seat belt away from your body.

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HOW TO KEEP THE SEAT
BELTS EFFECTIVE

Observe the following precautions for
correct seat belt maintenance:
❒ always use the belt with the tap well

stretched and never twisted; make sure
that it is free to run without obstruc-
tions;

❒ replace the belt after a serious accident,

even if it does not appear damaged. 
Always replace the seat belt if the pre-
tensioners were deployed;

❒ To clean the belt, wash by hand with

water and mild soap, rinse and leave to
dry in the shade. Do not use strong de-
tergents, bleach, paints or any other
chemicals which could damage the belt
fibres;

❒ prevent the reels from getting wet:

their correct operation is guaranteed
only if water does not get inside;

❒ replace the seat belt when it shows

signs of significant wear or cuts.

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For maximum safety, keep
the back of your seat up-

right, lean back into it and make sure
the seat belt fits closely across your
chest and hips. Always fasten the seat
belts on both the front and the rear
seats! Travelling without seat belts
will increase the risk of severe injury
and even death in the event of an 
accident.

WARNING

Never disassemble or tamper
with the seat belt or preten-

sioner components. All operations
must be performed by qualified and
authorised personnel. Always go to
a Fiat Dealership. 

WARNING

If the belt has been subject-
ed to heavy stress, for ex-

ample after an accident, it should be
changed completely together with
the anchors, anchor fastening screws
and the pretensioner. In fact, even if
the belt has no visible defects, it could
have lost its resilience.

WARNING

Each seat belt must be used
by only one person. Never

travel with a child sitting on the pas-
senger’s lap and a single belt to pro-
tect them both. In general, do not
place any objects between the person
and the belt. 

WARNING

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For optimum protection in the event of
a crash, all passengers must be seated and
wearing adequate restraint systems. 

This is even more important for children.

This prescription is compulsory in all EU
countries pursuant to Directive 2003/20/EC.

Compared with an adult, a child’s head is
larger and heavier in proportion to his/her
body and the child’s muscular and bone
structures are not fully developed. For this
reason, they require restraint systems
which are different from those used by
adults to protect them in the event of an
accident. 

The result of research in relation to the
best protection for children is illustrated
in European Regulation ECE-R44, which
divides the restraint systems into five
groups in addition to making their use
compulsory:

Group 0

up to 10 kg

Group 0+

up to 13 kg

Group 1 

9-18 kg

Group 2 

15-25 kg

Group 3 

22-36 kg 

As you can see, the groups overlap part-
ly and, in fact, there are devices on sale
that cover more than one weight group.

CARRYING CHILDREN SAFELY

All child restraint devices must bear the
certification data, together with the con-
trol brand, on a solidly fixed to the seat la-
bel which must never be removed. 

When over 1.50 m in height, from the
point of view of restraint systems, children
are considered as adults and have to wear
the standard seat belts.

Lineaccessori Fiat has child seats for each
weight group. These devices are recom-
mended, having been specifically designed
for Fiat cars.

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Do not place a cradle seat
facing backwards on the

front seat if the passenger side airbag
is enabled. Deployment of the airbag
in an accident could cause fatal in-
juries to the baby regardless of the
severity of the collision. It is advisable
to always carry children in dedicat-
ed child seats on the rear seat, which
is the most protected position in the
event of an accident.

WARNING

SERIOUS HAZARD Should

it be absolutely necessary to
carry a child on the front
seat in a backwards-facing
cradle seat, the passenger’s
front and side airbags should

be deactivated through the setup
menu. Deactivation can be verified by
checking the 

warning light on the

instrument panel.  Also, the passen-
ger seat should be as far back as pos-
sible to avoid contact between the
child seat and the dashboard.

WARNING

fig. 8

F0M0046m

fig. 9

F0M0504m

The diagram is only an indi-
cation. For assembly, refer to

the instructions supplied with the
child seat.

WARNING

GROUPS 0 e 0+

Babies up to 13 kg must be carried facing
backwards 
on a cradle seat, which, by supporting the
head, does not induce stress on the neck
in the event of sharp deceleration.

The cradle is held in place by the car seat
belts fig. 8 and in turn it must restrain the
child with its own belts.

GROUPS 1

From 9 kg to 18 kg of weight, children may
be carried facing forwards.

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