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Suzuki XL7 (2007 year). Instruction - part 14

 

 

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SERVICE AND APPEARANCE CARE
Secondary Latch System
To release the spare tire from the second-
Your vehicle has an underbody mounted
ary latch, do the following:
tire hoist assembly equipped with a sec-
1)
If the cable is not visible, start this pro-
ondary latch system. It is designed to stop
cedure at Step 3.
the compact spare tire from suddenly fall-
ing off your vehicle if the cable holding the
spare tire is damaged. For the secondary
latch to work, the tire must be stowed with
the valve stem pointing down. Refer to
“Storing a Flat or Spare Tire and Tools” in
this section for instructions on storing the
spare tire correctly.
WARNING
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Before beginning this procedure read
5)
Turn the wheel wrench clockwise to
all the instructions. Failure to read
and follow the instructions could
raise the jack until it lifts the secondary
latch spring.
damage the hoist assembly and you
and others could get hurt. Read and
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6)
Keep raising the jack until the spare tire
stops moving upward and is held firmly
follow the instructions listed next.
2)
If the cable is visible, place the wrench
in place, this lets you know that the sec-
on the hoist drive nut and turn the
ondary latch has released.
wrench counterclockwise until approxi-
WARNING
7)
Lower the jack by turning the wheel
mately 6 inches (15 cm) of cable is
wrench counterclockwise. Keep lower-
Someone standing too close during
exposed.
ing the jack until the spare tire is resting
the procedure could be injured by the
3)
Attach the wheel wrench to the jack and
on the wheel wrench.
jack. If the spare tire does not slide
raise the jack at least 10 turns.
off the jack completely, make sure no
4)
Place the jack under the vehicle, ahead
one is behind you or on either side of
of the rear bumper. Position the center
you as you pull the jack out from the
lift point of the jack under the center of
under spare.
the spare tire.
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Storing a Compact Spare Tire
WARNING
Storing a jack, a tire, or other equip-
ment in the passenger compartment
of the vehicle could cause injury. In a
sudden stop or collision, loose
equipment could strike someone.
Store all these in the proper place.
WARNING
The underbody-mounted spare tire
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needs to be stored with the valve
stem pointing down. If the spare tire
8) Grasp the spare tire with both hands
10)Tilt the retainer and slip it through the
is stored with the valve stem pointing
and pull it out from under the vehicle.
wheel opening when the spare tire has
upward, its secondary latch will not
9) Reach under the vehicle and remove
been completely lowered.
work properly and the spare tire
the wheel wrench and jack.
11)Turn the wrench clockwise to raise the
could loosen and suddenly fall from
cable back up if the cable is hanging.
your vehicle. If this happened when
Have the hoist assembly inspected as
your vehicle was being driven, the
soon as you can. You will not be able to
tire might contact a person or
store a spare tire using the hoist assembly
another vehicle, causing injury and,
until it has been repaired or replaced.
of course, damage to itself as well.
Be sure the underbody-mounted
spare tire is stored with its valve
stem pointing down.
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Follow this diagram to store
the under-
1)
Put the tire (D) on the ground at the
body-mounted spare tire.
rear of the vehicle.
2)
Ensure the valve stem is pointed down
and to the rear. Then pull the retainer
(C) through the wheel.
3)
Pull the secondary retainer (C) through
the wheel. The secondary retainer is
located under the secondary latch
spring and is smaller than the spare tire
retainer to allow it to fit through the road
wheel center cap hole.
4)
Place the wheel wrench (A) onto the
hoist drive nut.
5)
Raise the tire fully against the under-
side of the vehicle by turning the wheel
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wrench clockwise. Continue turning it
6)
Make sure the tire is stored securely.
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clockwise until you hear two clicks or
Push, pull (A), and then try to turn (B)
feel it skip twice. This indicates that the
A. Wheel Wrench
the tire. If the tire moves, use the wheel
tire is secure and the cable is tight. The
B. Hoist Shaft
wrench and socket end of the extension
spare tire hoist cannot be overtight-
C. Secondary Retainer
to tighten the cable.
ened.
D. Spare Tire
7)
Return the equipment to the proper
(Valve Stem Pointed Down)
location in the vehicle as shown next.
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To store the tools, do the following:
Storing a Full-Sized Flat Tire
To store a full-sized flat tire do the follow-
1)
Place the wheel wrench into the bag.
ing:
2)
Use the hook and loop fastener straps
1)
Remove the tire storage bag and cable
to secure the bag to the fully collapsed
package from the jack storage area.
jack.
2)
If your vehicle has aluminum wheels,
remove the center cap by tapping the
back of the cap with the wheel wrench.
3)
If your vehicle has Third Row Seating,
fold down the seat backs. Refer to
“Third Row Seat” in “Rear Seats” in the
“Seats and Restraint Systems” section.
4)
Put the flat tire in the tire storage bag
and place it the rear storage area. If
your vehicle has Third Row Seating,
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place the tire with the valve stem point-
5)
Pull the cable
(A) through the door
ing toward the front of the vehicle. If
striker (C) and the center of the wheel.
your vehicle does not have Third Row
Seating, place the tire with the valve
stem pointing toward the rear of the
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vehicle.
3)
Install the jack in the right side panel of
cargo area and secure with the wing
bolt.
4)
Reinstall the access door.
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6) Hook the cable (A) onto the outside of
the liftgate hinges (B).
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7)
Pull on the cable to make sure it is
ble and make sure the spare tire is cor-
secure.
rectly inflated. The compact spare is made
CAUTION
to perform well at speeds up to 65 mph
Tire chains will not fit your compact
(105 km/h) for distances up to 3000 miles
spare. Using them can damage your
(5000 km), so you can finish your trip and
vehicle and can damage the chains
have the full-size tire repaired or replaced
too. Do not use tire chains on your
where you want. You must calibrate the
compact spare.
tire inflation monitor system, if your vehicle
has this feature, after installing or remov-
ing the compact spare. Refer to “Tire Pres-
sure Monitor System” in this section. The
system may not work correctly when the
compact spare is installed on the vehicle.
Of course, it’s best to replace the spare
with a full-size tire as soon as you can. The
spare will last longer and be in good shape
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in case you need it again.
8)
Make sure the metal tube is center at
CAUTION
the striker. Push the tube towards the
front of the vehicle.
When the compact spare is installed,
9)
Close the liftgate.
do not take your vehicle through an
10)If your vehicle has Third Row Seating,
automatic car wash with guide rails.
return the third row seat to their upright
The compact spare can get caught on
position. Refer to “Third Row Seat” in
the rails. That can damage the tire
“Rear Seats” in the
“Seats and
and wheel, and maybe other parts of
Restraint Systems” section.
your vehicle.
Compact Spare Tire
Do not use the compact spare on other
Although the compact spare tire was fully
vehicles. And do not mix the compact
inflated when the vehicle was new, it can
spare tire or wheel with other wheels or
lose air after a time. Check the inflation
tires. They will not fit. Keep the spare tire
pressure regularly. It should be 60 psi (420
and its wheel together.
kPa).
After installing the compact spare on the
vehicle, you should stop as soon as possi-
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Appearance Care
Never use a stiff brush. It can cause
CAUTION
damage to your vehicle’s interior sur-
Cleaning the Inside of Your Vehicle
faces.
If you use abrasive cleaners when
Your vehicle’s interior will continue to look
Never apply heavy pressure or rub
cleaning glass surfaces on your vehi-
its best if it is cleaned often. Although not
aggressively with a cleaning cloth. Use
cle, you could scratch the glass and/
always visible, dust and dirt can accumu-
of heavy pressure can damage your
or cause damage to the rear window
late on your upholstery. Dirt can damage
interior and does not improve the effec-
defogger. When cleaning the glass
carpet, fabric, leather, and plastic sur-
tiveness of soil removal.
on your vehicle, use only a soft cloth
faces. Regular vacuuming is recom-
Use only mild, neutral-pH soaps. Avoid
and glass cleaner.
mended to remove particles from your
laundry detergents or dishwashing
upholstery. It is important to keep your
soaps with degreasers. Using too much
upholstery from becoming and remaining
Many cleaners contain solvents that may
soap will leave a residue that leaves
become concentrated in your vehicle’s
heavily soiled. Soils should be removed as
streaks and attracts dirt. For liquid clean-
quickly as possible. Your vehicle’s interior
breathing space. Before using cleaners,
ers, about 20 drops per gallon (3.78 L) of
read and adhere to all safety instructions
may experience extremes of heat that
water is a good guide.
could cause stains to set rapidly.
on the label. While cleaning your vehicle’s
Do not heavily saturate your upholstery
interior, maintain adequate ventilation by
while cleaning.
Lighter colored interiors may require more
opening your vehicle’s doors and windows.
Damage to your vehicle’s interior may
frequent cleaning. Use care because
Dust may be removed from small buttons
result from the use of many organic sol-
newspapers and garments that transfer
vents such as naptha, alcohol, etc.
and knobs using a small brush with soft
color to your home furnishings may also
bristles.
transfer color to your vehicle’s interior.
Fabric/Carpet
When cleaning your vehicle’s interior, only
Your SUZUKI dealer has a product for
Use a vacuum cleaner with a soft brush
cleaning your vehicle’s glass. Should it
use cleaners specifically designed for the
attachment frequently to remove dust and
surfaces being cleaned. Permanent dam-
become necessary, you can also obtain a
loose dirt. A canister vacuum with a beater
product from your SUZUKI dealer to
age may result from using cleaners on sur-
bar in the nozzle may only be used on floor
faces for which they were not intended.
remove odors from your vehicle’s uphol-
carpet and carpeted floor mats. For soils,
stery.
Use glass cleaner only on glass. Remove
always try to remove them first with plain
any accidental over-spray from other sur-
water or club soda. Before cleaning, gently
Do not clean your vehicle using the follow-
faces immediately. To prevent over-spray,
ing cleaners or techniques:
remove as much of the soil as possible
apply cleaner directly to the cleaning cloth.
using one of the following techniques:
• Never use a knife or any other sharp
object to remove a soil from any interior
• For liquids: gently blot the remaining soil
with a paper towel. Allow the soil to
surface.
absorb into the paper towel until no more
can be removed.
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• For solid dry soils: remove as much as
ened with a mild soap solution can be
Some commercial products may increase
possible and then vacuum.
used. Allow the leather to dry naturally. Do
gloss on your instrument panel. The
not use heat to dry. Never use steam to
increase in gloss may cause annoying
To clean, use the following instructions:
clean leather. Never use spot lifters or spot
reflections in the windshield and even
removers on leather. Many commercial
make it difficult to see through the wind-
1) Saturate a lint-free, clean white cloth
leather cleaners and coatings that are sold
shield under certain conditions.
with water or club soda.
to preserve and protect leather may per-
2) Wring the cloth to remove excess mois-
manently change the appearance and feel
Care of Safety Belts
ture.
of your leather and are not recommended.
Keep belts clean and dry.
3) Start on the outside edge of the soil and
Do not use silicone or wax-based prod-
gently rub toward the center. Continue
ucts, or those containing organic solvents
WARNING
cleaning, using a clean area of the cloth
to clean your vehicle’s interior because
each time it becomes soiled.
Do not bleach or dye safety belts. If
they can alter the appearance by increas-
4) Continue to gently rub the soiled area
you do, it may severely weaken them.
ing the gloss in a non-uniform manner.
until the cleaning cloth remains clean.
In a crash, they might not be able to
Never use shoe polish on your leather.
5) If the soil is not completely removed,
provide adequate protection. Clean
use a mild soap solution and repeat the
safety belts only with mild soap and
Instrument Panel, Vinyl, and Other
cleaning process that was used with
lukewarm water.
Plastic Surfaces
plain water.
A soft cloth dampened with water may be
used to remove dust. If a more thorough
Weatherstrips
If any of the soil remains, a commercial
Silicone grease on weatherstrips will make
cleaning is necessary, a clean soft cloth
fabric cleaner or spot lifter may be neces-
dampened with a mild soap solution can
them last longer, seal better, and not stick
sary. When a commercial upholstery
or squeak. Apply silicone grease with a
be used to gently remove dust and dirt.
cleaner or spot lifter is to be used, test a
Never use spot lifters or removers on plas-
clean cloth. During very cold, damp
small hidden area for colorfastness first. If
weather frequent application may be
tic surfaces. Many commercial cleaners
the locally cleaned area gives any impres-
and coatings that are sold to preserve and
required. Refer to “Recommended Fluids
sion that a ring formation may result, clean
and Lubricants” in “Maintenance Sched-
protect soft plastic surfaces may perma-
the entire surface.
nently change the appearance and feel of
ule” in the “Maintenance Schedule” sec-
After the cleaning process has been com-
your interior and are not recommended.
tion.
pleted, a paper towel can be used to blot
Do not use silicone or wax-based prod-
excess moisture from the fabric or carpet.
ucts, or those containing organic solvents
Washing Your Vehicle
to clean your vehicle’s interior because
The paint finish on the vehicle provides
Leather
they can alter the appearance by increas-
beauty, depth of color, gloss retention, and
A soft cloth dampened with water may be
ing the gloss in a non-uniform manner.
durability.
used to remove dust. If a more thorough
cleaning is necessary, a soft cloth damp-
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The best way to preserve the vehicle’s fin-
cle Care/Appearance Materials” in this
Windshield and Wiper Blades
ish is to keep it clean by washing it often
section.
If the windshield is not clear after using the
with lukewarm or cold water.
windshield washer, or if the wiper blade
CAUTION
chatters when running, wax, sap, or other
Do not wash the vehicle in the direct rays
material may be on the blade or wind-
of the sun. Use a car washing soap. Do not
Machine compounding or aggres-
shield.
use strong soaps or chemical detergents.
sive polishing on a basecoat/
Be sure to rinse the vehicle well, removing
clearcoat paint finish may damage it.
Clean the outside of the windshield with a
all soap residue completely. Approved
Use only non-abrasive waxes and
glass cleaning liquid or powder and water
cleaning products can be obtained from
polishes that are made for a
solution. The windshield is clean if beads
your dealer. Refer to
“Vehicle Care/
basecoat/clearcoat paint finish on
do not form when it is rinsed with water.
Appearance Materials” in this section. Do
your vehicle.
Grime from the windshield will stick to the
not use cleaning agents that are petroleum
wiper blades and affect their performance.
based, or that contain acid or abrasives.
The vehicle has a basecoat/clearcoat paint
Clean the blade by wiping vigorously with
All cleaning agents should be flushed
finish. The clearcoat gives more depth and
a cloth soaked in full-strength windshield
promptly and not allowed to dry on the sur-
gloss to the colored basecoat. Always use
washer solvent. Then rinse the blade with
face, or they could stain. Dry the finish with
waxes and polishes that are non-abrasive
water.
a soft, clean chamois or an all-cotton towel
and made for a basecoat/clearcoat paint
to avoid surface scratches and water spot-
finish.
Check the wiper blades and clean them as
ting.
necessary; replace blades that look worn.
Foreign materials such as calcium chloride
High pressure car washes may cause
and other salts, ice melting agents, road oil
Aluminum Wheels
water to enter the vehicle.
and tar, tree sap, bird droppings, chemi-
cals from industrial chimneys, etc., can
CAUTION
Cleaning Exterior Lamps/Lenses
damage the vehicle’s finish if they remain
Use only lukewarm or cold water, a soft
on painted surfaces. Wash the vehicle as
If you use strong soaps, chemicals,
cloth and a car washing soap to clean
soon as possible. If necessary, use non-
abrasive polishes, cleaners, brushes,
exterior lamps and lenses. Follow instruc-
abrasive cleaners that are marked safe for
or cleaners that contain acid on alu-
tions under “Washing Your Vehicle” in this
painted surfaces to remove foreign matter.
minum or chrome-plated wheels, you
section.
could damage the surface of the
Exterior painted surfaces are subject to
wheel(s). The repairs would not be
aging, weather, and chemical fallout that
Finish Care
covered by your warranty. Use only
can take their toll over a period of years.
Occasional waxing or mild polishing of the
SUZUKI-approved cleaners on alumi-
To help keep the paint finish looking new,
vehicle by hand may be necessary to
num or chrome-plated wheels.
keep the vehicle in a garage or covered
remove residue from the paint finish.
whenever possible.
Approved cleaning products can be
Keep the wheels clean using a soft clean
obtained from your dealer. Refer to “Vehi-
cloth with mild soap and water. Rinse with
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clean water. After rinsing thoroughly, dry
Do not take the vehicle through an auto-
SUZUKI dealer. Larger areas of finish
with a soft clean towel. A wax may then be
matic car wash that has silicone carbide
damage can be corrected in your SUZUKI
applied.
tire cleaning brushes. These brushes can
dealer’s body and paint shop.
also damage the surface of these wheels.
CAUTION
Underbody Maintenance
Tires
Chemicals used for ice and snow removal
Using chrome polish on aluminum
To clean the tires, use a stiff brush with tire
and dust control can collect on the under-
wheels could damage the wheels.
cleaner.
body. If these are not removed, corrosion
The repairs would not be covered by
and rust can develop on the underbody
your warranty. Use chrome polish on
CAUTION
parts such as fuel lines, frame, floor pan,
chrome wheels only.
and exhaust system even though they
Using petroleum-based tire dressing
have corrosion protection.
The surface of these wheels is similar to
products on your vehicle may dam-
the painted surface of the vehicle. Do not
age the paint finish and/or tires.
At least every spring, flush these materials
use strong soaps, chemicals, abrasive pol-
When applying a tire dressing,
from the underbody with plain water. Clean
ishes, abrasive cleaners, cleaners with
always wipe off any overspray from
any areas where mud and debris can col-
acid, or abrasive cleaning brushes on them
all painted surfaces on your vehicle.
lect. Dirt packed in close areas of the
because the surface could be damaged.
frame should be loosened before being
Do not use chrome polish on aluminum
Sheet Metal Damage
flushed. Your dealer or an underbody car
wheels.
If the vehicle is damaged and requires
washing system can do this for you.
sheet metal repair or replacement, make
CAUTION
sure the body repair shop applies anti-cor-
Chemical Paint Spotting
rosion material to parts repaired or
Some weather and atmospheric conditions
If you drive your vehicle through an
replaced to restore corrosion protection.
can create a chemical fallout. Airborne pol-
automatic car wash that has silicone
lutants can fall upon and attack painted
carbide tire cleaning brushes, you
Original manufacturer replacement parts
surfaces on the vehicle. This damage can
could damage the aluminum or
will provide the corrosion protection while
take two forms: blotchy, ring-shaped dis-
chrome-plated wheels. The repairs
maintaining the warranty.
colorations, and small, irregular dark spots
would not be covered by your war-
etched into the paint surface.
ranty. Never drive a vehicle equipped
Finish Damage
with aluminum or chrome-plated
Any stone chips, fractures or deep
Although no defect in the paint job causes
wheels through an automatic car
scratches in the finish should be repaired
this, SUZUKI will repair, at no charge to
wash that uses silicone carbide tire
right away. Bare metal will corrode quickly
the owner, the surfaces of new vehicles
cleaning brushes.
and may develop into major repair
damaged by this fallout condition within 12
expense.
months or 12000 miles (20000 km) of pur-
chase, whichever occurs first.
Minor chips and scratches can be repaired
with touch-up materials available from your
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Vehicle Care/Appearance Materials
Vehicle Identification
Description
Usage
Description
Usage
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
Removes light
Polishing Cloth
Interior and exterior
Cleaner Wax
scratches and pro-
Wax-Treated
polishing cloth.
tects finish.
Tar and Road
Removes tar, road oil,
Foaming Tire
Cleans, shines, and
Oil Remover
and asphalt.
Shine Low
protects in one step.
Gloss
No wiping necessary.
Chrome
Use on chrome or
Cleaner and
Medium foaming
stainless steel.
Polish
shampoo. Cleans and
Wash Wax
lightly waxes. Biode-
Removes soil and
Concentrate
White Sidewall
gradable and phos-
black marks from
Tire Cleaner
phate free.
whitewalls.
Quickly removes spots
Vinyl Cleaner
Cleans vinyl.
and stains from car-
Spot Lifter
1410338
pets vinyl, and cloth
Removes dirt, grime,
upholstery.
This is the legal identifier for your vehicle.
Glass Cleaner
smoke and finger-
It appears on a plate in the front corner of
prints.
Odorless spray odor
the instrument panel, on the driver side.
eliminator used on fab-
You can see it if you look through the wind-
Removes dirt and
Odor Eliminator
Chrome and
rics, vinyl, leather and
grime from chrome
shield from outside your vehicle. The VIN
Wire Wheel
carpet.
wheels and wire wheel
also appears on the Certification/Tire and
Cleaner
covers.
Service Parts labels and the certificates of
title and registration.
Removes dust, finger-
Finish
prints, and surface
Engine Identification
Enhancer
contaminants. Spray
The eighth character in your VIN is the
on and wipe off.
engine code. This code helps you identify
your vehicle’s engine, specifications, and
Removes swirl marks,
replacement parts.
Swirl Remover
fine scratches, and
Polish
other light surface con-
tamination.
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Service Parts Identification Label
Electrical System
Power Windows and Other Power
This label is on the inside of the glove box.
Options
It is very helpful if you ever need to order
Add-On Electrical Equipment
Circuit breakers in the fuse panel protect
parts. The label has the following informa-
the power seats. When the current load is
tion:
CAUTION
too heavy, the circuit breaker opens and
closes, protecting the circuit until the prob-
• Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
Do not add anything electrical to your
lem is fixed.
• Model designation
vehicle unless you check with your
• Paint information
dealer first. Some electrical equip-
Fuses and Circuit Breakers
• Production options and special equip-
ment can damage your vehicle and
The wiring circuits in your vehicle are pro-
ment
the damage would not be covered by
tected from short circuits by fuses and cir-
your warranty. Some add-on electri-
cuit breakers. This greatly reduces the
Do not remove this label from the vehicle.
cal equipment can keep other compo-
chance of circuit overload and fire caused
nents from working as they should.
by electrical problems.
Add-on equipment can drain your vehicle’s
Your vehicle has an underhood fuse block
battery, even if your vehicle is not operat-
and an instrument panel fuse block.
ing.
To identify and check fuses, circuit break-
Your vehicle has an airbag system. Before
ers, and relays, refer to the Fuse Usage
attempting to add anything electrical to
Chart on the inside surface of the fuse
your vehicle, refer to “Servicing Your Air-
panel door.
bag-Equipped Vehicle” in “Airbag System”
in the “Seats and Restraint Systems” sec-
tion.
Windshield Wiper Fuses
The windshield wiper motor is protected by
a circuit breaker and a fuse. If the motor
overheats due to heavy snow or ice, the
wiper will stop until the motor cools. If the
overload is caused by some electrical
problem, have it fixed.
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Instrument Panel Fuse Block
The instrument panel fuse block is located
Fuses
Usage
on the passenger’s side of the center con-
Passenger’s Side Turn
sole, to the left of the glove box near the
11
Signal
floor.
12
Amplifier
Steering Wheel Illumina-
13
tion
SPARE
Spare
SPARE
Spare
SPARE
Spare
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SPARE
Spare
SPARE
Spare
Fuses
Usage
1
Sunroof
14
Infotainment
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Climate Control System,
2
Rear Seat Entertainment
15
Remove the console cover to access the
Remote Function Actuator
fuse block.
3
Rear Wiper
16
Canister Vent
4
Liftgate
17
Radio
5
Airbags
18
Cluster
6
Heated Seats
19
Ignition Switch
7
Driver’s Side Turn Signal
20
Body Control Module
8
Door Locks
21
Not Used
Automatic Occupant
9
Center High-Mounted
Sensing Module
22
Stoplamp, Dimmer
10
Power Mirrors
23
Interior Lights
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Engine Compartment Fuse Block
Relays
Usage
Fuses
Usage
Retained Accessory
1
Cooling Fan 2
RAP RLY
Power Relay
2
Cooling Fan 1
REAR
3
Auxiliary Power
DEFOG
Rear Defogger Relay
RLY
4
Rear Climate Control
5
Spare
Circuit
Usage
Breakers
6
Spare
PWR
7
Anti-lock Brake System
Power Windows
WNDW
8
Air Conditioning Clutch
PWR
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Power Seats
9
Driver’s Side Low-Beam
SEATS
The engine compartment fuse block is
located on the driver’s side of the engine
10
Daytime Running Lamp 2
EMPTY
Empty
compartment.
Passenger’s Side High-
11
Refer to “Engine Compartment Overview”
Beam
Misc.
Usage
in this section for more information on loca-
tion.
Passenger’s Side Park
PLR
Fuse Puller
12
Lamp
13
Horn
14
Driver’s Side Park Lamp
15
Starter
Electronic Throttle Con-
16
trol, Engine Control Mod-
ule
17
Emission Device 1
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SERVICE AND APPEARANCE CARE
Fuses
Usage
Fuses
Usage
Relays
Usage
18
Even Coils, Injectors
Driver’s Side Trailer
31
Ignition Main
37
Stoplamp, Turn Signal
19
Odd Coils, Injectors
Air Conditioning Compres-
46
38
Spare
sor Clutch
20
Emission Device 2
39
Fuel Pump
47
Powertrain
21
Spare
Rear Accessory Power
51
Spare
Powertrain Control Mod-
40
22
Outlet
ule, Ignition
55
Crank
41
All-Wheel Drive
23
Transmission
56
Fan 1
42
Regulated Voltage Control
24
Mass Airflow Sensor
Passenger’s Side Trailer
58
Passenger’s Side Trailer
Stoplamp, Turn Signal
25
Airbag Display
43
Stoplamp, Turn Signal
Driver’s Side Trailer
26
Spare
59
44
Spare
Stoplamp, Turn Signal
27
Stoplamp
45
Front, Rear Washer
60
Fan 3
Passenger’s Side Low-
28
48
Rear Defogger
61
Fan 2
Beam
Anti-lock Brake System
62
Fuel Pump
29
Driver’s Side High-Beam
49
Motor
30
Battery Main 3
50
Battery Main 2
32
Spare
52
Daytime Running Lamps
Engine Control Module,
33
53
Fog Lamps
Battery
Climate Control System
Transmission Control
54
34
Blower
Module, Battery
57
Battery Main 1
35
Trailer Park Lamp
63
Electric Power Steering
36
Front Wiper
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SERVICE AND APPEARANCE CARE
Capacities and Specifications
The following approximate capacities are given in English and metric conversions. Refer to “Recommended Fluids and Lubricants” in
“Maintenance Schedule” in the “Maintenance Schedule” section for more information.
Capacities
Application
English
Metric
For the air conditioning system refrigerant charge
Air Conditioning Refrigerant R134a
amount, see the refrigerant caution label located under
the hood. See your dealer for more information.
Cooling System
Front Only Climate Control System
12.7 qt
12.0 L
Front and Rear Climate Control System
13.1 qt
12.4 L
Fuel Tank
18.5 gal
70.0 L
Transaxle Fluid
4.1 qt
3.9 L
Wheel Nut Torque
100 lb ft
140 N·m
All capacities are approximate. When adding, be sure to fill to the approximate level, as recommended in this manual.
Recheck fluid level after filling.
Engine Specifications
Engine
VIN Code
Transaxle
Spark Plug Gap
3.6 L V6
7
Automatic
0.043 inches (1.10 mm)
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Maintenance Schedule
6-1
Scheduled Maintenance except CANADA
6-3
For CANADA Scheduled Maintenance
6-8
Owner Checks and Services
6-13
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Maintenance Schedule
Your Vehicle and the Environment
This schedule is for vehicles that:
Proper vehicle maintenance not only helps
• carry passengers and cargo within rec-
Introduction
to keep your vehicle in good working condi-
ommended limits. You will find these lim-
Important: Keep engine oil at the proper
tion, but also helps the environment. All
its on the Tire and Loading Information
level and change as recommended.
recommended maintenance is important.
label. Refer to “Loading Your Vehicle” in
Improper vehicle maintenance can even
“Your Driving, the Road, and Your Vehi-
Maintenance Requirements
affect the quality of the air we breathe.
cle” in the “Driving Your Vehicle” section.
Improper fluid levels or the wrong tire infla-
• are driven on reasonable road surfaces
CAUTION
tion can increase the level of emissions
within legal driving limits.
from your vehicle. To help protect our envi-
Maintenance intervals,
checks,
• use the recommended fuel. Refer to
ronment, and to keep your vehicle in good
inspections, replacement parts, and
“Gasoline Octane” in “Fuel” in the “Ser-
condition, be sure to maintain your vehicle
recommended fluids and lubricants
vice and Appearance Care” section.
properly.
as prescribed in this manual are nec-
essary to keep your vehicle in good
The services in “Scheduled Maintenance”
Using the Maintenance Schedule
working condition. Any damage
in this section should be performed when
We want to help you keep your vehicle in
caused by failure to follow scheduled
indicated. Refer to
“Additional Required
good working condition. But we do not
maintenance might not be covered by
Services” in this section for further informa-
know exactly how you will drive it. You may
warranty.
tion.
drive very short distances only a few times
a week. Or you may drive long distances
WARNING
all the time in very hot, dusty weather. You
may use your vehicle in making deliveries.
Performing maintenance work on a
Or you may drive it to work, to do errands,
vehicle can be dangerous. In trying to
or in many other ways.
do some jobs, you can be seriously
injured. Do your own maintenance
Because of all the different ways people
work only if you have the required
use their vehicles, maintenance needs
know-how and the proper tools and
vary. You may need more frequent checks
equipment for the job. If you have any
and replacements. So please read the fol-
doubt, see your dealer to have a qual-
lowing and note how you drive. If you have
ified technician do the work. Refer to
any questions on how to keep your vehicle
“Doing Your Own Service Work” in
in good condition, see your dealer.
the
“SERVICE AND APPEARANCE
CARE” section.
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