Suzuki Kizashi (2010 year). Instruction - part 11

 

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Suzuki Kizashi (2010 year). Instruction - part 11

 

 

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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Automatic Heating and Air Conditioning System
(1) Windshield defroster outlet
(2) Side defroster outlet
(Climate Control)
(3) Side outlet
(4) Center outlet
Air Outlet
(5) Floor outlet
(6) Rear floor outlet
EXAMPLE
(1)
(7) Rear outlet
(2)
(3)
(4)
(3)
(2)
(5)
(5)
(7)
(6)
(6)
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Side outlet
Center outlet
(8)
(8)
(8)
(9)
(10)
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57L51060
Move the knob (8) vertically or horizontally
Rear outlet
to adjust the direction of airflow as desired.
The side outlet opens when you turn the
dial (9) to the right and closes when you
turn it to the left.
(10)
(8)
(8)
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Move the knob (8) vertically or horizontally to adjust the direction of airflow as desired.
The center outlet/rear outlet opens when you turn the dial (10) upward and closes when
you turn it downward.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description of Controls
(1) Driver’s temperature selector
(2) Passenger’s temperature selector
EXAMPLE
(3) “DUAL” switch
(4) Blower speed selector
(1)
(9)
(11)
(6)
(2)
(5) Air intake selector
(6) “MODE” switch
(7) Defrost switch
(8) Air conditioning switch
(9) “AUTO” switch
(10) “OFF” switch
(11) Display
(5)
(10)
(4)
(3)
(8)
(7)
57L51002
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Driver’s temperature selector
(1)/Pas-
“DUAL” switch (3)
Blower speed selector (4)
senger’s temperature selector (2)
Every time you press the “DUAL” switch
(3), the temperature control mode switches
(4)
between the following:
(1)/(2)
Individual control mode (indicatior ON):
The driver and passenger can make
temperature adjustments indepen-
dently from their own temperature
selectors.
Combined control mode (indicatior OFF):
If a temperature adjustment is made
from the driver’s temperature selector
(1), the same adjustment is made auto-
(9)
matically on the passenger side.
57L51004
NOTE:
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If the passenger’s temperature selector (2)
Air flows out at a higher rate when you
Turn the temperature selector
(1)/(2) to
is turned while in the combined control
press the right switch and at a lower rate
adjust the temperature. The display (11)
mode, the individual control mode is auto-
when you press the left switch.
shows the selected temperature.
matically set.
If the
“AUTO” switch (9) is pushed, the
NOTE:
blower speed will vary automatically as the
If you turn the temperature selector
(1)
climate control system maintains the
until “HI” or “LO” appears on the display,
selected temperature.
the climate control system will operate at
the maximum heating or cooling and the
blower will run at full speed. The tempera-
ture of the air from the outlets may change
suddenly while “LO” or “HI” is displayed,
but this is normal.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Air intake selector (5)
FRESH AIR (b)
If the “AUTO” switch (9) is pushed, the air
When this mode is selected, outside air is
flow will vary automatically as the climate
introduced.
control system maintains the selected tem-
perature.
“FRESH AIR” and “RECIRCULATED AIR”
are selected alternately each time the air
Ventilation (c)
intake selector is pushed.
(a)
(b)
NOTE:
(5)
If you select “RECIRCULATED AIR” for an
extended period of time, the air in the vehi-
cle can become contaminated. Therefore,
you should occasionally
select
“FRESH
AIR”.
57L51005
“MODE” switch (6)
Push the air intake selector (5) to change
between the following modes.
(c)
If the “AUTO” switch (9) is pushed, the air
intake will vary automatically as the climate
57L51007
control system maintains the selected tem-
(d)
Temperature-controlled air
comes out of
perature.
the center, side and rear outlets.
(6)
RECIRCULATED AIR (a)
(e)
When this mode is selected, outside air is
shut off and inside air is recirculated. This
mode is suitable when driving through an
area with polluted air such as a tunnel, or
(f)
when attempting to quickly cool down the
vehicle.
57L51006
Push the “MODE” switch (6) to change
among the following functions. The indica-
tion of the selected mode appears on the
display.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Bi-level (d)
Temperature-controlled air comes out of
Defrost switch (7)
the floor, rear floor and the side outlets,
also comes out of the windshield defroster
outlets and also comes slightly out of the
(7)
side defroster outlets and the side outlets.
Heat & defrost (f)
57L51008
57L51011
Temperature-controlled air comes out of
Push the defrost switch (7) to turn on the
the floor, center, side, rear and rear floor
defroster.
outlets.
Defrost
Heat (e)
57L51010
Temperature-controlled air comes out of
the floor and rear floor outlets, the wind-
shield defroster outlets, the side defroster
outlets and the side outlets.
All areas other than Mexico
NOTE:
When you select the “Heat & defrost” func-
tion, the air intake mode will automatically
switch to “FRESH AIR”.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Temperature-controlled air comes out of
Air conditioning switch (8)
System Operating Instructions
the windshield defroster outlets, the side
Automatic operation
defroster outlets and the side outlets.
1. All areas other than Mexico
NOTE:
When you push the defrost switch (7), the
“FRESH AIR” mode will be automatically
(9)
selected and the air conditioning switch will
automatically turn on (“A/C” will appear on
the display). Furthermore, it is impossible
(8)
to return to the
“RECIRCULATED AIR”
mode even if you push the air intake selec-
(10)
tor (5). In cold weather, air flows out of the
defroster outlets but the air conditioning
57L51016
does not turn on even though the A/C indi-
cator comes on as well as the defrost indi-
The air conditioning switch (8) is used to
57L51013
cator.
turn on and off the air conditioning system.
You can let the climate control system work
To turn on the air conditioning system,
automatically. To set the system for fully-auto-
2. Mexico
push in the switch; A/C will appear on the
matic operation, follow the procedure below.
NOTE:
display and the indicator on the switch will
When you push the defrost switch (7), the
come on. To turn off the air conditioning
1) Start the engine.
“FRESH AIR” mode will be automatically
system, push in the switch again; A/C
2) Push the “AUTO” switch (9).
selected and the air conditioning switch will
and the indicator will go off.
3) Set the desired temperature by turning
automatically turn on (“A/C” will appear on
the driver’s temperature selector (1).
You can use the air conditioning switch (8)
the display). In cold weather, air flows out
to instructionly turn the air conditioner on or off
The blower speed, air intake and air flow
of the defroster outlets but the air condi-
according to your preference. When you
are controlled automatically to maintain the
tioning does not turn on even though the A/
turn the air conditioning switch off, the cli-
set temperature.
C indicator comes on as well as the defrost
mate control system cannot lower the inside
indicator.
If the individual control mode is selected
temperature below outside temperature.
with the “DUAL” switch (3), the driver and
passenger can make different temperature
adjustments from their own temperature
selectors. The individual control mode is
also selected automatically when the pas-
senger’s temperature selector (2) is turned.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
To turn the climate control system off, push
Even under automatic operation, you
Instruction operation
the “OFF” switch (10).
can set individual selectors to the man-
You can instructionly control the climate con-
ual mode. The instructionly selected func-
trol system. Set
the
selectors
to the
NOTE:
tions are maintained, and the other
desired positions.
If the “AUTO” on the display blinks, there is
functions remain under automatic opera-
a problem in the heating system and/or air
tion.
EXAMPLE
conditioning system. You should have the
To return the blower speed selector (4),
system inspected by an authorized
air intake selector
(5), and
“MODE”
SUZUKI dealer.
switch (6) to automatic operation, push
the “AUTO” switch (9).
NOTE:
To find the temperature at which you are
EXAMPLE
most comfortable, start with the
72°F
(13)
(25°C) setting, for example.
If you turn the temperature selector (1)
until “HI” or “LO” appears on the display,
the climate control system will operate at
the maximum heating or cooling and the
blower will run at full speed.
57L51015
To avoid blowing cold air in cold weather
NOTE:
or hot air in hot weather, the system will
If you need maximum defrosting:
delay turning on the blower until warmed
• push the defrost switch (7) to turn on the
or chilled air is available.
defroster (the air conditioning system will
If your vehicle has been left in the sun
(12)
come on and the “FRESH AIR” mode will
with the windows closed, it will cool
57L51014
be selected automatically),
faster if you open the windows briefly.
Be careful not to cover the interior temper-
• set the blower speed selector to HIGH,
ature sensor
(12) located between the
• adjust the temperature selector to the
steering wheel and the climate control
“HI” indication on the display, and
panel, or the solar sensor (13) located at
• adjust the side outlets so the air blows
the top of the central part of the dash-
on the side windows.
board. These sensors are used by the
automatic system to regulate temperature.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Maintenance
Radio Antenna
XM antenna (if equipped)
If you do not use the air conditioner for a
Printed antenna (if equipped)
long period, such as during winter, it may
(2)
not give the best performance when you
(1)
start using it again. To help maintain opti-
mum performance and durability of your air
conditioner, it needs to be run periodically.
Operate the air conditioner at least once a
month for one minute with the engine
idling. This circulates the refrigerant and oil
and helps protect the internal components.
Your air conditioner is equipped with air fil-
ters. Clean or replace them as specified in
the
“Maintenance Schedule” in the
“INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE” sec-
57L51053
tion. Have this job done by your SUZUKI
57L51071
The roof antenna (2) on the roof.
dealer as the lower glove box must be low-
The radio antenna (1) wire is printed inside
ered for this job.
the rear window.
NOTE:
Your vehicle uses the air conditioning
CAUTION
refrigerant HFC-134a, commonly called
• Do not attach any metal objects to
“R-134a”. R-134a replaced R-12 around
the rear window glass, or place
1993 for automotive applications. Other
metallic film near it. Either of these
refrigerants are available, including recy-
conditions may cause poor recep-
cled R-12, but only R-134a should be used
tion or noise.
in your vehicle.
• When cleaning the inside of the
rear window, be careful not to
CAUTION
scratch or damage the rear window
antenna. Wipe the rear window
Using the wrong refrigerant may
lightly along the antenna with a
damage your air conditioning sys-
dampened soft cloth.
tem. Use R-134a only. Do not mix or
replace the R-134a with other refrig-
erants.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Audio Systems
There are two types of audio system as shown below:
Type 1
Type 2
TUNE / FOLDER / CH
TUNE / FOLDER / CH
VOL PUSH
POWER
PUSH SOUND
VOL PUSH POWER
PUSH SOUND
1
2
H
M
DISP
AS
1
2
H
M
DISP
AS
3
4
RPT
RDM
3
4
RPT
RDM
5
6
5
6
SEEK/ TRACK/CAT
SEEK/ TRACK/CAT
FM/ AM
XM
CD
USB
FM/ AM
XM
CD
USB
MENU
MENU
AM/FM/XM CD PLAYER
AM/FM/XM CD PLAYER WITH Rockford® Fosgate sound system
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Safety Information
Notes on Discs
Precautions
WARNING
Cautions on Handling
When the inside of the car is very cold
The driver should neither watch the
and the player is used soon after switch-
display nor operate the system
ing on the heater, moisture may form on
while driving.
the disc or the optical parts of the player
Watching the display or operating
and proper playback may not be possi-
(A)
the system will distract the driver
ble. If moisture forms on the disc, wipe it
from looking ahead of the vehicle
off with a soft cloth. If moisture forms on
and can cause accidents. Always
the optical parts of the player, do not
This unit has been designed specifically
stop the vehicle in a safe location
use the player for about one hour, this
for playback of compact discs bearing the
and use the parking brake before
will allow the condensation to disappear
mark (A).
watching the display or operating
normally.
No other discs can be played.
the system. It may cause trouble.
Driving on extremely bumpy roads
which cause severe vibrations may
Keep the sound volume at an
cause sound to skip.
appropriate level.
This unit uses a precision mechanism.
Keep the volume level low enough
Even in the event that trouble arises,
to be aware of road and traffic con-
never open the case, disassemble the
ditions while driving.
unit, or lubricate the rotating parts.
Please bring the unit to an authorized
SUZUKI dealer.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Removing the disc Proper way to hold
the compact disc
To remove fingermarks and dust, use a
Never stick labels on the surface of the
soft cloth, and wipe in a straight line from
compact disc or mark the surface with a
the center of the compact disc to the cir-
pencil or pen.
cumference.
To remove the compact disc from its stor-
age case, press down on the center of the
(B)
case and lift the disc out, holding it care-
(B)
(C)
fully by the edges.
Always handle the compact disc by the
Do not use any solvents such as commer-
edges.
cially available cleaners, anti-static spray,
Never touch the surface.
or thinner to clean compact discs.
New discs may have some roughness
around the edges. The unit may not work
or the sound may skip if such discs are
used. Use a ball-point pen (B), etc. to
remove the roughness (C) from edges of
the disc before insertion inside the unit.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Do not use compact discs that have large
Do not expose compact discs to direct
scratches, are misshaped, or cracked, etc.
sunlight or any heat source.
Use of such discs will cause damage or
prevent the system from operating prop-
NOTE:
erly.
• Do not use commercially available CD
protection sheets or discs equipped with
stabilizers, etc.
• These may get caught in the internal
mechanism and damage the disc.
• CD-R discs may not be able to playback
in this unit due to the recording condi-
tions.
• CD-RW discs can not playback in this
unit.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Part 15 of the FCC Rules
WARNING
FCC Warning:
Bluetooth®: Bluetooth® is a registered
Any unauthorized changes or modifica-
This equipment complies with FCC
trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Ink.
tions to this equipment would void the
radiation exposure limits set forth
user’s authority to operate this device.
for uncontrolled equipment and
WARNING
meets the FCC radio frequency (RF)
Exposure Guidelines in Supple-
WARNING
Keep away from the medical
ment C to OET 65. This equipment
devices.
Laser product
has very low levels of RF energy
This unit and mobile phones can
This product is a class I laser prod-
that it deemed to comply without
interfere with the functioning of
uct.
maximum permissive exposure
medical devices such as hearing
Use of controls or adjustments or
evaluation (MPE). But it is desirable
aids or pacemakers.
performance of procedures other
that it should be installed and oper-
Failure to observe this may arise the
than those specified herein may
ated with at least 20cm and more
malfunction of medical devices
result in hazardous radiation expo-
between the radiator and person’s
resulting in personal injury or death.
sure.
body (excluding extremities: hands,
Do not open covers and do not
wrists, feet and ankles).
repair by yourself. Refer servicing to
qualified personnel.
Stop using this unit and a Bluetooth®-
ready device whenever requested.
This unit shares the communication fre-
quency with other private or public wire-
less communication equipment such as a
wireless LAN and other wireless commu-
nication radios.
You should stop using this unit whenever
you are notified that your unit disturbs
other wireless communication immedi-
ately.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
NOTE:
FCC ID: ACJ932C5ZZZ035
This equipment generates, uses and can
IC ID:
216J - C5ZZZ038
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
MADE IN JAPAN
installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interfer-
(This device complies with Part 15 of FCC
ence to radio communications. However,
Rules and RSS-Gen of IC Rules.) Opera-
there is no guarantee that interference will
tion is subject to the following two condi-
not occur in a particular installation. If this
tions:
(1) this device may not cause
equipment does cause harmful interfer-
interference, and
(2) this device must
ence to radio or television reception, which
accept any interference, including interfer-
can be determined by turning the equip-
ence that may cause undesired operation
ment off and on, the user is encouraged to
of this device.
try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
FCC Warning:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving
Changes or modifications not expressly
antenna
approved by the party responsible for
• Increase the separation between the
compliance could void the user’s authority
equipment and receiver.
to operate the equipment.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on
a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced
radio/TV technician for help. This trans-
mitter must not be co-located or oper-
ated in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Basic Operations
(1) VOL PUSH POWER knob
(2) TUNE FOLDER PUSH SOUND knob
(3) MUTE button
(4)
(5)
(3)
(4) H button
(5) M button
TUNE / FOLDER / CH
VOL PUSH
POWER
PUSH SOUND
(1)
(2)
1
2
H
M
DISP
AS
3
4
RPT
RDM
5
6
SEEK/ TRACK/CAT
FM/ AM
XM
CD
USB
MENU
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Turning power on/off
Adjusting the volume
Adjusting bass/middle/treble/balance/
Press the VOL PUSH POWER knob (1).
Turn the VOL PUSH POWER knob (1).
fader
The unit starts in the function mode it was
Turning it clockwise increases the volume;
1) Press the TUNE FOLDER PUSH
in when the power was turned off last.
turning it counterclockwise decreases the
SOUND knob (2).
volume.
Each time it is pressed, sound adjust-
Adjusting the clock
ment is changed as follows:
NOTE:
1) Press and hold the H button (4) for 1
While driving, adjust the volume to an
second or longer.
For standard specifications
extent that sound and/or noise coming
2) Press the H button (4) to adjust the
from outside the car can be heard.
hours. Press and hold H button (4) to
successive change.
Bass adjustment (BASS 0)
Mute
3) Press the M button (5).
Press the MUTE button (3).
4) Press the M button (5) to adjust the
Treble adjustment (TRE 0)
Press the MUTE button
(3) again,
it
minutes. Press and hold M button (5)
returns to the original volume.
to successive change.
Balance adjustment (BAL 0)
NOTE:
• If no operation takes place for more than
Fader adjustment (FADE 0)
3 seconds, the displayed time is fixed.
• Pressing the H button (4) and M button
AVC adjustment (LEVEL 2)
(5) simultaneously allows users to set
the clock on the hour. If “the minute” of
the clock is between 31 and 59, “the
hour” of the clock advances 1 hour.
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