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INSTRUMENT PANEL
Hazard Warning Flashers
Other Warning Devices
If you carry reflective triangles, you can set
one up at the side of the road about 300
feet (100m) behind your vehicle.
Horn
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You can sound the horn by pressing the
The hazard warning flasher button is
horn symbol on your steering wheel.
Your hazard warning flashers let you warn
located on the center of the instrument
others. They also let police know you have
panel.
a problem. Your front and rear turn signal
Your hazard warning flashers work no mat-
lamps will flash on and off.
ter what position your key is in, and even if
the key isn’t in.
Press the button to make the front and rear
turn signal lamps flash on and off. Press
the button again to turn the flashers off.
When the hazard warning flashers are on,
your turn signals won’t work. Make sure
the hazard warning flasher button is turned
off all the way for normal turn signal opera-
tion.
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Tilt Wheel
Turn Signal/Multifunction Lever
Your vehicle has a tilt wheel which allows
you to adjust the steering wheel before you
drive. You can raise it to the highest level to
give your legs more room when you exit
and enter the vehicle.
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To signal a turn, move the lever all the way
up or down. When the turn is finished, the
The lever on the left side of the steering
lever will return automatically.
column includes the following:
• Turn and Lane-Change Signals
• Fog Lamps, if available
The lever that allows you to tilt the steering
• Headlamp High/Low-Beam Changer
wheel is located under the steering col-
• Flash-to-Pass
umn.
For information on the exterior lamps, see
To tilt the wheel, hold the wheel and push
“Exterior Lamps” in this section.
the lever away from you. Then, move the
An arrow on the instrument panel cluster
wheel to a comfortable position and pull
Turn and Lane-Change Signals
will flash in the direction of the turn or lane
the lever toward you to lock the wheel in
The turn signal has three positions. The
change.
place.
upward and downward positions allow you
To signal a lane change, just raise or lower
to signal a turn or a lane change. At the
WARNING
the lever until the arrow starts to flash.
center position, the turn signal is off.
Hold it there until you complete your lane
Never attempt to adjust the steering
change. The lever will return by itself when
wheel height while the vehicle is
you release it.
moving or you could lose control of
the vehicle.
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As you signal a turn or a lane change, if
Windshield Wiper/Washer Lever
the arrows flash rapidly, a signal bulb may
The windshield wiper/washer lever is
be burned out and other drivers won’t see
located on the right side of the steering
your turn signal.
wheel.
If a bulb is burned out, replace it to help
Windshield Wiper
avoid an accident. If the arrows don’t go on
at all when you signal a turn, check for
burned-out bulbs and then check the fuse.
When the high beams are on, a light on the
See “Fuses and Circuit Breakers” in sec-
instrument panel cluster also will be on if
tion 5.
the ignition is ON.
Headlamp High/Low-Beam Changer
To change the headlamps from high beam
to low beam, pull the turn signal/multifunc-
tion lever toward you.
Flash-to-Pass Feature
This feature lets you use your high-beam
headlamps to signal a driver in front of you
that you want to pass.
To use it, pull the turn signal/multifunction
Use the windshield wiper/washer lever to
lever toward you until the high-beam head-
lamps come on, then release the lever to
operate the windshield wipers.
turn them off.
HI (High Speed):
Move the lever to this position for wiping at
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high speed.
LO (Low Speed):
To change the headlamps from low beam
Move the lever to this position for steady
to high beam, push the turn signal multi-
wiping at low speed.
function lever away from you.
INT (Intermittent):
Move the lever to this position to choose a
delayed wiping cycle. Turn the band on the
windshield wiper lever toward FAST or
SLOW for a shorter or longer delay
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between wipes. The wiper speed can only
Windshield Washer
be adjusted when the lever is in the INT
WARNING
position.
In freezing weather, don’t use your
OFF (Off):
washer until the windshield is
Move the lever to this position to turn off
warmed. Otherwise the washer
the windshield wipers.
fluid can form ice on the wind-
shield, blocking your vision.
Misting Function
Do not use radiator antifreeze in
Move the lever toward, but not completely
the windshield washer reservoir. It
in, the INT position for a single wiping
can severely impair visibility when
cycle. Hold it there until the windshield wip-
sprayed on the windshield, and can
ers start; then let go. The windshield wip-
also damage your vehicle’s paint.
ers will stop after one cycle. If you want
more wipes, hold the lever toward the INT
position longer.
Remember that damaged wiper blades
To wash your windshield, pull the wind-
may prevent you from seeing well enough
shield wiper/washer lever toward you with
to drive safely. To avoid damage, be sure to
the ignition in the ON position.
clear ice and snow from the wiper blades
When you release the lever, the washers
before using them.
will stop, but the wipers will continue to
If they’re frozen to the windshield, carefully
wipe for about three cycles and will either
loosen or thaw them. If your blades do
stop or will resume the speed you were
become damaged, get new blades or
using before.
blade inserts.
Heavy snow or ice can overload the wiper
motor. A circuit breaker will stop the motor
until it cools. Clear away snow or ice to
prevent an overload.
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Rear Window Washer/Wiper
Cruise Control
CAUTION
Cruise Control
To help prevent damage to wind-
If your vehicle has cruise control, you can
shield wiper and washer system
maintain a speed of about 24 mph (39 km/
components, you should take the fol-
h) or more without keeping your foot on the
lowing precautions:
accelerator. This can really help on long
Do not continue to hold in the lever
trips. Cruise control does not work at
when there is no windshield
speeds below 24 mph (39 km/h).
washer fluid being sprayed or the
When you apply your brakes, or depress
washer motor can be damaged.
the clutch pedal if you have a instruction
Do not attempt to remove dirt from
transmission, the cruise control shuts off.
a dry windshield with the wipers or
you can damage the windshield
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WARNING
and the wiper blades. Always wet
the windshield with washer fluid
Cruise control can be dangerous
before operating the wipers.
where you cannot drive safely at a
If your vehicle has this feature, operate the
Clear ice or packed snow from the
steady speed. So, do not use your
rear window washer/wiper system by
wiper blades before using the wip-
cruise control on winding roads or in
pushing the windshield wiper/washer lever
ers.
heavy traffic.
away from you. The wiper operates contin-
Check the washer fluid level regu-
Cruise control can be dangerous on
uously when the lever is in the first posi-
larly. Check it often when the
slippery roads. On such roads, fast
tion.
weather is bad.
changes in tire traction can cause
Only fill the washer fluid reservoir
Washer fluid sprays onto the rear window
excessive wheel slip, and you could
3/4 full during cold weather to allow
and the wiper operates continuously when
lose control. Do not use cruise con-
room for expansion if the tempera-
the lever is pushed to the second position.
trol on slippery roads.
ture falls low enough to freeze the
solution.
WARNING
• Do not spray washer fluid on the
liftgate window in freezing weather.
• Warm the tailgate window before
you operate the liftgate window
washer.
Washer fluid can form ice on a frozen
liftgate window and obstruct your
vision.
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Setting Cruise Control
the cruise control is on. See “Cruise
the RESUME button and then release it.
Control Light” in this section.
Each time you do this, your vehicle will
WARNING
4) Take your foot off the accelerator pedal.
go about 1 mph (1.6 km/h) faster. The
accelerate feature will only work after
If you leave your cruise control on
Resuming a Set Speed
you turn on the cruise control by press-
when you are not using cruise, you
Suppose you set your cruise control at a
ing the SET button.
might hit a button and go into cruise
desired speed and then you apply the
when you do not want to. You could
brake pedal, or depress the clutch pedal if
Reducing Speed While Using Cruise
be startled and even lose control.
you have a instruction transmission. This, of
Control
Keep the cruise control switch off
course, shuts off the cruise control. But
There are two ways to reduce your speed
until you want to use cruise control.
you do not need to reset it. Once you are
while using cruise control:
going about 24 mph (39 km/h) or more,
• Press the SET button until you reach the
you can tap the RESUME button.
lower speed you want, then release it.
You will go right back up to your chosen
• To slow down in very small amounts, tap
speed and stay there.
the SET button. Each time you do this,
you will go about
1 mph (1.6 km/h)
If you hold in the RESUME button longer,
slower.
the vehicle will keep going faster until you
release the button or apply the brake
Passing Another Vehicle While Using
pedal. So unless you want to go faster, do
Cruise Control
not hold in the RESUME button.
Use the accelerator pedal to increase your
speed. When you take your foot off the
Increasing Speed While Using Cruise
pedal, your vehicle will slow down to the
Control
cruise control speed you set earlier.
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There are two ways to go to a higher
speed:
Using Cruise Control on Hills
The cruise control pad is located on the
• Use the accelerator pedal to get to a
How well your cruise control will work on
right side of the steering wheel.
higher speed. Press the SET button,
hills depends upon your speed, load and
1) Press the ON/OFF button to turn cruise
then release the button and the acceler-
the steepness of the hills. When going up
control on.
ator pedal. You will now cruise at the
steep hills, you may have to step on the
2) Accelerate to the speed you want.
higher speed.
accelerator pedal to maintain your speed.
3) Press the SET button and release it. An
• Press the RESUME button. Hold it there
When going downhill, you may have to
indicator light on the instrument panel
until you get up to the speed you want,
brake or shift to a lower gear to keep your
cluster will come on to show you that
and then release the button. To increase
speed down. Of course, applying the brake
your speed in very small amounts, tap
pedal takes you out of cruise control. Many
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drivers find this to be too much trouble and
Exterior Lamps
OFF (Off):
do not use cruise control on steep hills.
The lever on the left side of the steering
Turn the band to this position to turn all
column operates the exterior lamps.
lamps off except the Daytime Running
Disengaging Cruise Control
Lamps (DRL).
There are two ways to turn off the cruise
control:
Lamps On Reminder
You will hear a warning chime when the
• Step lightly on the brake pedal, or
exterior lamp band is in the
or
depress the clutch pedal, if you have a
position and driver’s door is open.
instruction transmission.
• Press the ON/OFF button on the cruise
Daytime Running Lamps (DRL)
control pad.
Daytime Running Lamps (DRL) can make
it easier for others to see the front of your
Erasing Speed Memory
vehicle during the day. DRL can be helpful
When you turn off the cruise control or the
in many different driving conditions, but
ignition, your cruise
control
set
speed
they can be especially helpful in the short
memory is erased.
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periods after dawn and before sunset.
The DRL system will make your low-beam
The exterior lamp band has three posi-
headlamps come on in daylight when the
tions:
following conditions are met:
(Headlamps):
• The ignition is on, and
Turn the band to this position to turn on the
• the exterior lamp band is in OFF or in the
headlamps, together with the following:
parking lamp position, and
• the parking brake is released.
• Tail Lamps
• License Plate Lamp
When the DRL system is on, the taillamps,
• Instrument Panel Lights
sidemarker lamps, parking lamps and
instrument panel lights will not be illumi-
The headlamps will turn off automatically
nated unless you have turned the exterior
when the ignition switch is turned to LOCK
lamps control to the parking lamp position.
or ACC.
An indicator light on the secondary infor-
(Parking Lamps):
mation center will come on when the DRL
Turn the band to this position to turn on the
system is on. See
“Daytime Running
parking lamps, together with the previously
Lamps Indicator Light” in this section.
listed lamps and lights.
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The DRL system will turn off under the fol-
Interior Lamps
lowing conditions:
Instrument Panel Brightness
• The ignition is off, or
This feature controls the brightness of the
• the parking brakes are on, or
instrument panel lights.
• the high-beam headlamps are on, or
• the low-beam headlamps are on, or
• flash-to-pass is used.
As with any vehicle, you should turn on the
regular headlamp system when you need
it.
Fog Lamps
If your vehicle has this feature, use your
fog lamps for better visibility in foggy or
misty conditions.
An indicator light on the secondary infor-
mation center will come on when the fog
The control for your front fog lamps is
lamps are on. See “Fog Lamp Light” in this
located on the middle of the turn signal/
section.
multifunction lever. To turn on front fog
lamps, turn the fog lamp band to ON. To
When using fog lamps, the ignition must be
The thumbwheel for this feature is located
turn off the front fog lamps, turn the fog
on as well as the parking lamps or low-
on the instrument panel to the left of the
lamp band to OFF.
beam headlamps.
steering wheel.
The fog lamps will turn off whenever the
Turn the thumbwheel up to brighten the
high-beam headlamps are turned on.
instrument panel lights or down to dim
When the high beams are turned off, the
them.
fog lamps will come on again.
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Dome Lamp
Accessory Power Outlet
With the accessory power outlet you can
CAUTION
plug in auxiliary electrical equipment such
When using the accessory power
as a cellular phone or CB radio.
outlet, the maximum electrical load
The accessory power outlet is located on
must not exceed 12V-10A. Be sure to
the front side of the center console below
turn off any electrical equipment
the front ashtray.
when not in use. Leaving electrical
equipment on for extended periods
can drain the battery.
The switch on this lamp has three posi-
tions.
Certain electrical accessories may not be
ON:
compatible with the accessory power outlet
The light comes on and stays on regard-
and could result in blown vehicle or
less of whether a door is open or closed.
adapter fuses. If you experience a prob-
lem, see your SUZUKI dealer for additional
(Door):
information on the accessory power outlet.
The light comes on when a door is opened.
After all doors are closed, the light stays on
CAUTION
for about 7 seconds, and then fades out.
Adding some electrical equipment to
OFF:
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your vehicle can damage it or keep
The light remains off even when a door is
other things from working as they
opened.
To use the outlet, remove the cover. When
should. This wouldn’t be covered by
not in use, always cover the outlet with the
your warranty. Check with your
Map Lamps
protective cap. The accessory power outlet
SUZUKI dealer before adding electri-
is operational when the ignition is in the
cal equipment, and never use any-
ACC or ON positions.
thing that exceeds the amperage
rating.
When adding electrical equipment, be sure
to follow the proper installation instructions
included with the equipment.
Your vehicle has map lamps. To turn a
lamp on, press the button next to it. Press
the button again to turn it off.
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Ashtrays and Cigarette Lighter
CAUTION
Power outlets are designed for acces-
sory plugs only. Do not hang any
type of accessory or accessory
bracket from the plug. Improper use
of the power outlet can cause dam-
age not covered by your warranty.
The cigarette lighter is located to the right
The front ashtray is located at the lower
of the front ashtray.
part of the center of the instrument panel.
To use it, turn the ignition to ACC or ON,
To remove the front ashtray for cleaning,
push the cigarette lighter in all the way and
open the ashtray fully, lift the inner case up
let go. When it’s ready, it will pop back out
and then pull it out.
by itself.
The rear ashtray is located at the bottom of
the rear center console. Pull the ashtray
CAUTION
toward the rear of the vehicle to open it. To
Don’t hold a cigarette lighter in with
remove the rear ashtray, press in the
your hand while it is heating. If you
retaining spring and pull the bin out.
do, it won’t be able to back away from
the heating element when it’s ready.
WARNING
That can make it overheat, damaging
Don’t put papers or other flammable
the lighter and the heating element.
items into your ashtrays. Hot ciga-
rettes or other smoking materials
could ignite them, causing a damag-
ing fire.
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Clock
Climate Controls
For example, if this button is pressed while
The time is displayed in the digital clock
the time is between 8:00 and 8:29, the dis-
when the ignition is on. The clock is
Climate Control System
play is set to 8:00. If this button is pressed
located in the center of the instrument
With this system you can control the heat-
while the time is between 8:30 and 8:59,
panel. There are three adjusting buttons
ing, cooling and ventilation for your vehicle.
the display is set to 9:00.
for the digital clock:
After disconnecting the battery or after
replacing the fuse, reset the clock.
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Fan Control
H (Hour):
You can control the rate of airflow coming
To go forward one hour, press the “H” but-
from the system by turning the fan control
ton once, with the ignition on. To go for-
knob.
ward more than one hour, press and hold
the button until the correct hour is reached.
M (Minute):
To go forward one minute, press the “M”
button once, with the ignition on. To go for-
ward more than one minute, press and
hold the button until the correct minute is
reached.
Turn this knob clockwise or counterclock-
S (Set):
wise to increase or decrease the fan
To reset the time to the nearest hour, press
speed. In any setting other than off, the fan
the “S” button.
will run continuously with the ignition on.
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The fan must be turned on to run the air
(Front):
(Bi-Level):
conditioning compressor.
This mode directs air to the instrument
This mode directs approximately half of the
panel outlets.
air to the instrument panel outlets, and
Temperature Control
then directs the remaining air to the floor
You can control the temperature of the air
outlets.
that comes through the air vents by turning
the temperature control knob.
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Turn this knob clockwise or counterclock-
wise to instructionly increase or decrease the
temperature inside your vehicle. Turn the
knob to the blue area to get cool air and to
the red area to get warm air.
Air Distribution
To change the current mode, select one of
the following from the air distribution mode
knob.
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(Floor):
Recirculation
Air Conditioning
This mode directs most of the air to the
floor outlets. Some of the air will also be
directed to the windshield, instrument
panel side outlets, and rear outlets. Be
sure to keep the area under the front seats
clear to allow the flow of air to the rear
compartment.
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Press this button when driving in dusty
If your vehicle has air conditioning, follow
conditions or to avoid traffic or outside
these steps to use the system. Start the
fumes, and when quick cooling or heating
engine and set the fan control knob to the
of the passenger area is required. The
desired speed. The air conditioning com-
indicator light will illuminate and interior air
pressor does not operate when the fan
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will be recirculated.
control knob is in the off position. Press the
air conditioning button to turn the air condi-
Pressing the recirculation mode button
tioning system on. When this button is
again will draw outside air into the passen-
pressed, the indicator light on the button
ger compartment. The indicator will go out.
will come on to let you know the air condi-
Your windows may fog if you use the recir-
tioning is activated.
culation mode for extended periods. If this
To turn off the air conditioning, press the
happens, select the defrost mode.
button again. The indicator button will then
turn off to let you know that the air condi-
tioning is deactivated.
On hot days, open the windows to let hot
inside air escape; then close them. This
helps to reduce the time it takes for your
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vehicle to cool down. It also helps the sys-
Defogging and Defrosting
(Defog):
tem to operate more efficiently.
Fog on the inside of windows is a result of
This mode directs air to the windshield,
high humidity
(moisture) condensing on
side window outlets and floor outlets.
For quick cool down on hot days, do the
the cool window glass. This can be mini-
When you select this mode, the system
following:
mized if the climate control system is used
runs the air-conditioning compressor. To
1) Press the recirculation button.
properly. There are two modes to clear fog
defog the windows faster, turn the temper-
2) Press the A/C button.
or frost from your windshield and side win-
ature control knob clockwise to the warm-
3) Select the coolest temperature on the
dows. Use the defog mode to clear the
est setting.
temperature control knob.
windows of fog or moisture and warm the
4) Select the highest fan speed on the fan
passengers. Use the defrost mode to
control knob.
remove fog or frost from the windshield
more quickly. For best results, clear all
Using these settings together for long peri-
snow and ice from the windshield before
ods of time may cause the air inside of
defrosting. Turn the air distribution knob to
your vehicle to become too dry. To prevent
select the defog or defrost mode.
this from happening, after the air in your
vehicle has cooled, turn off the recircula-
tion mode by pressing the button again.
The air-conditioning system removes mois-
ture from the air, so you may sometimes
notice a small amount of water dripping
underneath your vehicle while idling or
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after turning off the engine. This is normal.
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(Defrost):
Rear Window and Outside Rearview
This mode directs most of the air to the
Mirror Defogger
CAUTION
windshield, with some air directed to the
Your vehicle may have a rear window and
Don’t
use anything sharp on the
side window outlets. When you select this
outside mirror defogger.
inside
of the rear window. If you do,
mode, the system runs the air-conditioning
you could cut or damage the warm-
compressor. To defrost the windows faster,
ing grid, and the repairs would not be
turn the temperature control knob clock-
covered by your warranty. Do not
wise to the warmest setting.
attach a temporary vehicle license,
tape, a decal or anything similar to
the defogger grid.
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The rear window defogger uses a warming
grid to remove fog or frost from the rear
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window. This feature will only work when
the ignition is in ON.
(Rear):
Press the button to turn the rear window
and outside mirror defogger on or off. The
defogger will turn off approximately 10 min-
utes after the button is pressed. Be sure to
clear as much snow from the rear window
as possible. An indicator light on the button
will come on to let you know that the fea-
ture is activated.
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Outlet Adjustment
Passenger Compartment Air Filter
Your vehicle may be equipped with a pas-
senger compartment air filter. It is located
on the passenger side under the glove box.
The filter traps most of the pollen from air
entering the module. Like your engine’s air
cleaner/filter, it may need to be changed
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periodically.
Use the lever located in the center of each
To change the passenger compartment air
outlet to change the direction of the airflow.
filter, use the following steps:
Use the thumbwheel located next to the
outlets to turn them on and off.
Operation Tips
3)
Remove the old passenger compart-
• Clear away any ice, snow or leaves from
ment air filter.
the air inlets at the base of the vehicle
4)
Then reverse the steps to install the
that may block the flow of air into your
new air filter.
vehicle.
Ensure that the new filter is inserted in
• Use of non-SUZUKI approved hood
the proper orientation.
deflectors may adversely affect the per-
formance of the system.
• Keep the path under the front seats clear
of objects to help circulate the air inside
of your vehicle more effectively.
1)
Remove the four screws from the filter
cover located below the glove box.
2)
Remove the filter cover.
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Warning Lights, Gauges and
get to know your warning lights and
gauges. They’re a big help.
CAUTION
Indicators
Keep track of your odometer reading
This section describes the warning lights
Instrument Panel Cluster
and check the maintenance schedule
and gauges that may be on your vehicle.
Your instrument panel cluster is designed
regularly for required services.
The pictures will help you locate them.
to let you know at a glance how your vehi-
Increased wear or damage to certain
cle is running. You’ll know how fast you’re
Warning lights and gauges can signal that
parts can result from failure to per-
going, how much fuel you’re using and
something is wrong before it becomes seri-
form required services at the proper
many other things you’ll need to drive
ous enough to cause an expensive repair
mileage intervals.
safely and economically.
or replacement. Paying attention to your
warning lights and gauges could also save
Your vehicle has this instrument panel
Trip Odometer
you or others from injury.
cluster, which includes indicator warning
The trip odometer can record the number
lights and gauges that are explained on the
of kilometers or miles traveled for up to two
Warning lights come on when there may
following pages.
trips.
be or is a problem with one of your vehi-
cle’s functions. As you will see in the
The trip odometer button is located in the
details on the next few pages, some warn-
lower right area of the speedometer.
ing lights come on briefly when you start
the engine just to let you know they’re
working. If you are familiar with this sec-
tion, you should not be alarmed when this
happens.
Gauges can indicate when there may be or
is a problem with one of your vehicle’s
functions. Often gauges and warning lights
work together to let you know when there’s
There are two independent trip odometers,
a problem with your vehicle.
which measure the distances your vehicle
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has traveled since you last reset this func-
When one of the warning lights comes on
tion.
and stays on when you are driving, or
Speedometer and Odometer
when one of the gauges shows there may
You can switch the trip odometer display
Your speedometer lets you see your speed
be a problem, check the gauge that tells
between Trip A and Trip B by pressing the
in both miles per hour (mph) and kilome-
you what to do about it. Please follow this
trip odometer button.
ters per hour (km/h).
manual’s advice. Waiting to do repairs can
To reset each trip meter to zero, press and
be costly - and even dangerous. So please
Your odometer shows how far your vehicle
hold the trip odometer button until it resets.
has been driven, in miles.
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