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Suzuki SX4 (2010 year). Instruction - part 8

 

 

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OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE
“ESP OFF” switch
Tire Pressure Monitoring
Low Tire Pressure Warning Light
System (TPMS)
The tire pressure monitoring system is
designed to alert you when one or more of
the tires on your vehicle is significantly
under-inflated. A Tire Pressure Monitoring
System
(TPMS) sensor containing a
unique identification code is mounted on
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each wheel. The TPMS sensors transmit
tire pressure signals to a central receiver
which relays the information to a tire pres-
WARNING
sure monitoring system controller. When
Each tire, including the spare (if pro-
the inflation pressure of one or more tires
vided), should be checked monthly
indicates significant under-inflation, the low
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when cold and inflated to the inflation
tire pressure warning light shown below
pressure recommended by the vehi-
When the “ESP OFF” switch located at the
comes on.
cle manufacturer on the vehicle plac-
center console is pushed and held to turn
ard or tire inflation pressure label. (If
off the ESP® systems (other than ABS),
your vehicle has tires of a different
the “ESP OFF” indicator light in the instru-
size than the size indicated on the
ment cluster comes on.
vehicle placard or tire inflation pres-
When you have turned the ESP® systems
sure label, you should determine the
(other than ABS) off, make sure to turn
proper tire inflation pressure for
them back on before resuming ordinary
those tires.)
driving.
As an added safety feature, your
When you push the “ESP OFF” switch
vehicle has been equipped with a tire
again, the “ESP OFF” indicator light will go
pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
out and all of the ESP® systems will be
that illuminates a low tire pressure
activated.
telltale when one or more of your
tires is significantly under-inflated.
ABS Warning Light / Brake System
Accordingly, when the low tire pres-
Warning Light
sure telltale illuminates, you should
See “Braking” in the “OPERATING YOUR
stop and check your tires as soon as
VEHICLE” section.
possible, and inflate them to the
proper pressure.
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OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE
WARNING
WARNING
WARNING
(Continued)
If the low tire pressure warning light
If the low tire pressure warning light
Driving on a significantly under-
does not come on when the ignition
comes on and stays on, reduce your
inflated tire causes the tire to over-
is turned to the
“ON” position, or
speed and avoid abrupt steering and
heat and can lead to tire failure.
comes on and blinks while driving
braking. Stop in a safe place as soon
Under-inflation also reduces fuel effi-
there may be a problem with the tire
as possible and check your tires.
ciency and tire tread life, and may
pressure monitoring system. Have
• If you have a flat tire, replace it with
affect the vehicle’s handling and
your vehicle inspected by an autho-
the spare tire. Refer to
“Jacking
stopping ability.
rized SUZUKI dealer. Even if the light
Instructions” in the “EMERGENCY
Please note that the TPMS is not a
turns off after blinking, indicating
SERVICE” section. Refer to
substitute for proper tire mainte-
that the monitoring system has
“Replacing Tires and/or Wheels”
nance, and it is the driver’s responsi-
recovered, make sure to have an
for instructions on how to restore
bility
to maintain correct tire
authorized SUZUKI dealer check the
normal operation of the tire pres-
pressure, even if under-inflation has
system.
sure monitoring system after you
not reached the level to trigger illumi-
have had a flat tire.
nation of the TPMS low tire pressure
• If one or more of your tires is
WARNING
telltale.
under-inflated adjust the inflation
pressure in all of your tires to the
The load rating of your tires is
reduced at lower inflation pressures.
recommended inflation pressure as
WARNING
soon as possible.
If your tires become even moderately
The tire pressure monitoring system
under-inflated, the vehicle load may
Be aware that driving on a signifi-
cantly under-inflated tire can cause
is not a substitute for regular tire
exceed the load rating of the tires,
pressure inspections. Check tire
which can lead to tire failure. The low
the tire to overheat and can lead to
tire failure, and may affect steering
inflation pressures monthly when
tire pressure warning light will not
cold and set to the recommended
alert you of this condition. The warn-
control and brake effectiveness. This
could lead to an accident, resulting in
inflation pressure as specified on the
ing light will only come on when one
vehicle’s tire information placard and
or more of your tires become signifi-
severe injury or death.
in the owner’s instruction. Refer to
cantly under-inflated. Check and
“Tires” in the
“INSPECTION AND
adjust your tire inflation pressure at
MAINTENANCE” section.
least once a month. Refer to “Tires”
in the
“INSPECTION AND MAINTE-
NANCE” section.
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OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE
The low tire pressure warning light can
turns off after coming on, make sure to
TPMS Malfunction Indicator
come on due to normal causes such as
check the inflation pressure of all tires.
natural air leaks and pressure changes
To reduce the chance that the low tire
WARNING
caused by changes in temperature or
pressure warning light will come on due
Your vehicle has also been equipped
atmospheric pressure. Adjusting the air
to normal changes in temperature and
with a TPMS malfunction indicator to
pressure in the tires to the pressure shown
atmospheric pressure, it is important to
indicate when the system is not oper-
on the tire information placard should
check and adjust the tire pressures
ating properly.
cause the low tire pressure warning light to
when the tires are cold. Tires that
turn off.
appear to be at the specified pressure
when checked after driving, when the
If the light turns on again shortly after
WARNING
tires are warm, could have pressure
adjusting the pressure in your tires, you
below the specification when the tires
The TPMS malfunction indicator is
may have a flat tire. If you have a flat tire,
cool down. Also, tires that are inflated to
combined with the low tire pressure
replace it with the spare tire. Refer to
the specified pressure in a warm garage
telltale. When the system detects a
“Jacking Instructions” in the
“EMER-
may have pressure below the specifica-
malfunction, the telltale will flash for
GENCY SERVICE” section. Refer to
tion when the vehicle is driven outside in
approximately one minute and then
“Replacing Tires and/or Wheels” for
very cold temperature. If you adjust the
remain continuously illuminated.
instructions on how to restore normal oper-
tire pressure in a garage that is warmer
This sequence will continue upon
ation of the tire pressure monitoring sys-
than the outside temperature, you
subsequent vehicle start-ups as long
tem after you have had a flat tire.
should add 1 psi to the recommended
as the malfunction exists.
cold tire inflation pressure for every 10°F
NOTE:
difference between garage temperature
• When the tire inflation pressure is
and outside temperature.
adjusted in high altitude areas, the low
tire pressure light may not turn off even
For tire inflation pressure information, refer
after tire inflation pressure adjustment.
to “Tire Inflation Pressure” in the “INSPEC-
In this case, adjust the inflation pressure
TION AND MAINTENANCE” section.
to a slightly higher pressure than is
shown on the tire information placard.
• The low tire pressure warning light may
turn off temporarily after coming on. This
could be due to surface temperature
increases after long distance driving or
traveling to a high temperature area.
Even if the tire pressure warning light
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OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE
When you turn off the engine, however, the
• When the TPMS sensor’s electronic sig-
malfunction indicator resets. It takes about
CAUTION
nal is disturbed in one of the following
ten minutes after restarting the engine for
ways:
• The tire pressure sensors can be
the malfunction to be detected again and
- Electric devices or facilities using simi-
damaged by the installation or
for the light to start flashing.
lar radio wave frequencies are nearby.
removal of tires. When tires must
- A lot of snow or ice covers the vehicle,
be repaired or replaced, we highly
WARNING
in particular, around the wheels or
recommend that you have them
wheel housings.
When the malfunction indicator is
repaired or replaced by an autho-
- Snow tires or tire chains are used.
illuminated, the system may not be
rized SUZUKI dealer.
• When you use non-genuine SUZUKI
able to detect or signal low tire pres-
• Do not use liquid sealants for a flat
wheels or tires.
sure as intended. TPMS malfunctions
tire as air pressure sensors can be
may occur for a variety of reasons,
damaged.
Replacing Tires and/or Wheels
including the installation of replace-
• If the low tire pressure warning
If you get a flat tire, Suzuki recommends
ment or alternate tires or wheels on
light comes on frequently, there
that you have an authorized SUZUKI
the vehicle that prevent the TPMS
may be something wrong with one
dealer mount a new tire on the wheel that
from functioning properly. Always
of the tires or with the monitoring
had the flat tire, and reinstall this tire on the
check the TPMS malfunction telltale
system. Have your vehicle
vehicle in place of the spare. The TPMS is
after replacing one or more tires or
inspected by an authorized SUZUKI
already set up to recognize the ID code of
wheels on your vehicle to ensure that
dealer.
the original wheel, and normal TPMS oper-
the replacement or alternate tires and
ation will be restored.
wheels allow the TPMS to continue to
TPMS Limitations
function properly.
The tire pressure monitoring system may
If you need to replace original wheels on
not function properly under certain circum-
your vehicle, your dealer must make sure
stances. In the following situations, the low
that TPMS sensors are installed in the new
tire pressure warning light may come on
wheels and must set up the TPMS to rec-
and remain on or may blink.
ognize the new sensors.
• When you replace a flat tire with the
spare tire.
NOTE:
• When you include the spare tire during a
A TPMS sensor is not installed in the spare
tire rotation.
tire. You should use the spare tire only in
• When the TPMS sensor is damaged dur-
an emergency situation, and should
ing a tire replacement or liquid sealants
replace the spare tire as soon as possible
are used to repair a flat tire.
to restore normal TPMS operation.
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OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE
WARNING
Only use tires and wheels recom-
mended by SUZUKI as standard or
optional equipment for your vehicle.
Use of tires or wheels not recom-
mended by SUZUKI can result in
TPMS failure. Refer to “Tires” in the
“INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE”
section for additional information.
For Vehicles Sold in U.S.A.
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1) This device may not cause harmful
interference.
2) This device must accept any interfer-
ence received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
NOTE:
Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for com-
pliance could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
Traveling to CANADA
Please note that service for the tire pres-
sure monitoring system may not be avail-
able in CANADA should there be any
problems or malfunctions in the system.
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DRIVING TIPS
DRIVING TIPS
Break-In
4-1
Catalytic Converter
4-1
Improving Fuel Economy
4-2
Highway Driving
4-3
Driving on Hills
4-3
4
Driving on Slippery Roads
4-4
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Instrument Panel: 3, 8
DRIVING TIPS
Break-In
Catalytic Converter
CAUTION
The future performance and reliabil-
ity of the engine depends on the care
and restraint exercised during its
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early life. It is especially important to
observe the following precautions
during the initial 960 km (600 miles)
WARNING
of vehicle operation.
Wear Your Seat Belts at All Times.
After starting, do not race the
Even though air bags are equipped
engine. Warm it up gradually.
at the front seating positions, the
Avoid prolonged vehicle operation
driver and all passengers should
at a constant speed. Moving parts
be properly restrained at all times,
will break in better if you vary your
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using the seat belts provided. Refer
speed.
The purpose of the catalytic converter is to
to the
“Seat Belts and Child
Start off from a stop slowly. Avoid
Restraint Systems” section for
full throttle starts.
minimize the amount of harmful pollutants
in your vehicle’s exhaust. Use of leaded
instructions on proper use of the
Avoid hard stopping, especially
seat belts.
during the first 320 km (200 miles)
fuel in vehicles equipped with catalytic
converters is prohibited by federal law,
Never drive while under the influ-
of driving.
ence of alcohol or other drugs.
Do not drive slowly with the tran-
because lead deactivates the pollutant-
reducing components of the catalyst sys-
Alcohol and drugs can seriously
saxle in a high gear.
impair your ability to drive safely,
Drive the vehicle at moderate
tem.
greatly increasing the risk of injury
engine speeds.
The converter is designed to last the life of
to yourself and others. You should
the vehicle under normal usage and when
also avoid driving when you are
unleaded fuel is used. No special mainte-
tired, sick, irritated or under stress.
nance is required on the converter. How-
ever, it is very important to keep the engine
properly tuned. Engine misfiring, which
can result from an improperly tuned
engine, may cause overheating of the cat-
alyst. This may result in permanent heat
damage to the catalyst and other vehicle
components.
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Instrument Cluster: 8
DRIVING TIPS
Improving Fuel Economy
CAUTION
The following instructions will help you
To minimize the possibility of catalyst
improve fuel economy.
or other vehicle damage:
Maintain the engine in the proper
Avoid excessive idling
operating condition.
If you are to wait for more than a minute
In the event of an engine malfunc-
while you are parked, stop the engine and
tion, particularly one involving
start it again later. When warming up a
engine misfire or other apparent
cold engine, allow the engine to idle until
loss of performance, have the vehi-
the temperature gauge pointer comes up
cle serviced promptly.
to the
“C” position. In this position, the
Do not shut off the engine or inter-
engine is sufficiently warm for starting off.
rupt the ignition when the transaxle
is in gear and the vehicle is in
Avoid “jackrabbit” starts
54G584S
motion.
Fast starts away from lights or stop signs
Do not try to start the engine by
will consume fuel unnecessarily and
pushing or towing the vehicle or
WARNING
shorten engine life. Start off slowly.
coasting down a hill.
Be careful where you park and drive;
Do not idle the engine with any
Avoid unnecessary stops
the catalytic converter and other
spark plug wires disconnected or
Avoid unnecessary deceleration and stop-
exhaust components can get very
removed, such as during diagnos-
ping. Try to maintain a slow, steady speed
hot. As with any vehicle, do not park
tic testing.
whenever possible. Slowing down and then
or operate this vehicle in areas where
Do not idle the vehicle for pro-
accelerating again uses more fuel.
combustible materials such as dry
longed periods if idling seems
grass or leaves can come in contact
rough or there are other malfunc-
Keep a steady cruising speed
with a hot exhaust system.
tions.
Keep as constant a speed as road and traf-
Do not allow the fuel tank to get
fic conditions will permit.
near the empty level.
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Warning and Indicator Lights: 8
DRIVING TIPS
Highway Driving
Driving on Hills
EXAMPLE
When driving at highway speeds, pay
attention to the following:
Stopping
distance
progressively
increases with vehicle speed. Apply the
brakes far enough ahead of the stopping
point to allow for the extra stopping dis-
tance.
On rainy days, “Hydroplaning” can occur.
“Hydroplaning” is the loss of direct con-
tact between the road surface and the
vehicle’s tires due to a water film forming
between them. Steering or braking the
vehicle while “Hydroplaning” can be very
60A183S
difficult, and loss of control can occur.
Keep the air cleaner clean
Keep speed down when the road surface
80J2066
If the air cleaner is clogged with dust, there
is wet.
When climbing steep hills, the car may
will be greater intake resistance, resulting
At high speeds, the vehicle may be
begin to slow down and show a lack of
in decreased power output and increased
affected by side winds. Therefore,
power. If this happens, you should shift
fuel consumption.
reduce speed and be prepared for unex-
to a lower gear so that the engine will
pected buffeting, which can occur at the
again be operating in its normal power
Keep weight to a minimum
exits of tunnels, when passing by a cut of
range. Shift rapidly to prevent the car
The heavier the load, the more fuel the
a hill, or when being overtaken by large
from losing momentum.
vehicle consumes. Take out any luggage
vehicles, etc.
When driving down a hill, the engine
or cargo when it is not necessary.
should be used for braking by shifting to
next lower gear. (Do this with EITHER a
Keep tire pressure correct
CVT or instruction transaxle.)
Underinflation of the tires can waste fuel
due to increased running resistance of the
tires. Keep your tires inflated to the correct
pressure shown on the label located below
the driver’s side door latch striker.
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Warning and Indicator Lights: 8
DRIVING TIPS
Driving on Slippery Roads
If Your Vehicle Gets Stuck
WARNING
If your vehicle gets stuck in snow, mud or
sand, follow the directions below:
Try not to hold the brake pedal down
1) Shift the transaxle back and forth
too long or too often while going
between a forward range (or first gear
down a steep or long hill. This could
for instruction transaxle) and reverse. This
cause the brakes to overheat, result-
will create a rocking motion which may
ing in reduced braking efficiency.
give you enough momentum to free the
Failure to take this precaution could
vehicle. Press gently on the accelerator
result in loss of vehicle control.
to keep wheel spinning to a minimum
wheel rpm. Remove your foot from the
accelerator while shifting.
CAUTION
Do not race the engine. Excessive
When descending a down hill,
wheel spin will cause the tires to dig
NEVER turn the ignition key to the
deeper, making it more difficult to free
“OFF” position. Emission control
the vehicle.
60G089S
system and CVT (if equipped) dam-
2) If your vehicle remains stuck after a few
age may result.
Under wet road conditions you should
minutes of rocking, get another vehicle
drive at a lower speed than on dry roads
to pull your vehicle out.
due to possible slippage of tires during
braking. When driving on icy, snow-cov-
WARNING
ered, or muddy roads, reduce your speed
and avoid sudden acceleration, abrupt
Do not allow anyone to stand near the
braking, or sharp steering movements.
vehicle when you are rocking it, and
do not spin the wheels faster than an
indicated 40 km/h (25 mph) on the
intelligent All Wheel Drive (i-AWD)
speedometer. Personal injury and/or
Models
vehicle damage may result from spin-
Your i-AWD provides greater traction on
ning the wheels too fast.
slippery roads than 2-wheel drive models.
However, your i-AWD will not have as
much traction in deep snow, mud or sand
as multipurpose 4WD vehicles. You should
not attempt to drive your i-AWD in deep
snow, mud or sand. i-AWD models are not
sport/utility vehicles, and are not designed
for off-road use.
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Warning and Indicator Lights: 8
DRIVING TIPS
Do not drive through deep or rushing
CAUTION
water
Driving in deep or rushing water can be
Do not continue rocking the vehicle
hazardous. You could lose control of the
for more than a few minutes. Pro-
vehicle and the occupants could drown.
longed rocking can cause engine
Also, your vehicle could be seriously dam-
overheating, transaxle or transfer
aged. To avoid these risks, observe the fol-
case damage or tire damage.
lowing instructions and precautions.
Tire Chains
Do not drive through deep or rushing
water. Deep or rushing water, such as
Tire chains should only be used if they are
needed to increase traction or are required
fast-moving streams or floodwaters,
could carry your vehicle away from your
by law. Make sure that the chains you use
are small-link chains or cable-type chains
intended path. The water is too deep if it
covers your wheel hubs, axles or
and are the correct size for your vehicle’s
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tires. Also make sure that there is enough
exhaust tailpipe. Know the depth of the
water before you attempt to drive
clearance between the fenders and the
chains as installed on the tires.
through it.
If water blocks the tailpipe, the engine
Install the chains on the front tires tightly,
may not start or run. If the water is deep
according to the chain manufacturer’s
enough to get drawn into the engine
instructions. Retighten the chains after
intake system, the engine will be badly
driving about 1.0 km (1/2 mile) if neces-
damaged.
sary. With the chains installed, drive slowly.
Submerged brakes will have poor brak-
ing performance. Drive slowly and care-
CAUTION
fully. Driving slowly will also help avoid
water splashing onto the ignition system,
If you hear the chains hitting against
which could cause the engine to stall.
the vehicle body while driving, stop
Even when driving through shallow or
and tighten them.
still waters, drive carefully since the
If your vehicle is equipped with full
water may be hiding ground hazards
wheel caps, remove the wheel caps
such as holes, ditches or bumps.
before installing the chains or the
wheel caps can be damaged by the
chain bands.
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Warning and Indicator Lights: 8
DRIVING TIPS
WARNING
WARNING
In addition to following the driving
(Continued)
tips in this section, it is important to
After driving through water, test the
observe the following precautions.
brakes while driving at a slow
• Make sure your tires are in good
speed to see if they have main-
condition and always maintain the
tained their normal effectiveness. If
specified tire pressure. Refer to
the brakes are less effective than
“Tires” in the “INSPECTION AND
normal, dry them by repeatedly
MAINTENANCE” section for
applying the brakes while driving
details.
slowly until the brakes have
• Do not use tires other than those
regained their normal effective-
specified by SUZUKI. Never use dif-
ness.
ferent sizes or types of tires on the
front and rear wheels. For informa-
tion regarding the specified tires,
refer to the Tire Information Label
located on the driver’s side door
pillar.
• Never use oversized tires or special
shocks and springs to raise (jack
up) your vehicle. This will change
its handling characteristics. Over-
sized tires may also rub against the
fender over bumps, causing vehicle
damage or tire failure.
(Continued)
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Heating and Air Conditioning System
5-1
Radio Antenna
5-15
Audio Systems
5-15
Fuel Filler Cap
5-43
Engine Hood
5-44
Sun Visor
5-45
Interior Light Switch
5-45
5
Luggage Compartment Light (SX4)
5-46
Trunk Light (SX4 SEDAN)
5-46
Spot Light
5-47
Accessory Socket (if equipped)
5-47
Cigarette Lighter and Ashtray (if equipped)
5-47
Assist Grips (if equipped)
5-48
Glove Box
5-49
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Cup Holder and Storage Area (if equipped)
5-49
Front Seat Back Pocket (if equipped)
5-50
Armrest (if equipped)
5-51
Shopping Hook (if equipped)
5-51
Floor Mats (if equipped)
5-51
Luggage Compartment Cover (if equipped)
5-52
Luggage Compartment Board (if equipped)
5-53
Roof Rails or Roof Rack Anchors (if equipped)
5-55
Frame Hooks
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Parking Brake Lever: 6
Pedals: 6
OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Heating and Air Conditioning
Air Outlet
System
EXAMPLE
There are three types of heating and air
conditioning systems as follows:
• Heating System
• Manual Heating and Air Conditioning
System
• Automatic Heating and Air Conditioning
System (Climate Control)
80JM044
1. Windshield defroster outlet
2. Side defroster outlet
3. Side outlet
4. Center outlet
5. Floor outlet
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Pedals: 6
Gearshift Lever: 10
OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Side outlet
Heating System
Air flow selector (3)
Description of Controls
(c)
(4)
(b)
(d)
(a)
(e)
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(1)
(2)
(3)
This is used to select one of the functions
63J193
described below.
Temperature selector (1)
Ventilation (a)
This is used to select the temperature by
turning the selector.
Blower speed selector (2)
This is used to turn on the blower and to
select blower speed by turning the selec-
tor.
79J065
63J045
Temperature-controlled air comes out of
the center and side air outlets.
When “Open”, air comes out regardless of
the air flow selector position.
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Gearshift Lever: 10
Fuel Filler Cap: 5
OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Bi-level (b)
Heat & defrost (d)
Air intake selector (4)
(f)
(g)
79J066
79J068
63J047
Temperature-controlled air comes out of
Temperature-controlled air comes out of
This selector is used to select the following
the floor outlets and cooler air comes out
the floor outlets, the windshield defroster
modes.
of the center and side outlets. When the
outlets, the side defroster outlets and the
temperature selector
(1) is in the fully
side outlets.
Fresh Air (f)
COLD position or fully HOT position, how-
When this mode is selected, the indicator
Defrost (e)
ever, the air from the floor outlets and the
light will go off and outside air is used.
air from the center and side outlets will be
Recirculated Air (g)
the same temperature.
When this mode is selected, the indicator
Heat (c)
light will come on, outside air is shut out
and inside air is recirculated. This mode is
suitable when driving through dusty or pol-
luted air such as in a tunnel, or when
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attempting to quickly cool down the inte-
Temperature-controlled air comes out of
rior.
the windshield defroster outlets, the side
defroster outlets and the side outlets.
“FRESH AIR” and “RECIRCULATED AIR”
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are switched alternately each time the air
Temperature-controlled air comes out of
intake selector is pushed.
the floor outlets and the side outlets, also
comes out of the windshield defroster out-
NOTE:
lets and also comes slightly out of the side
If you select “RECIRCULATED AIR” for an
defroster outlets.
extended period of time, the air in the vehi-
cle can become contaminated. Therefore,
you should occasionally select
“FRESH
AIR”.
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Fuel Filler Cap: 5
Folding Rear Seats: 3
OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
System Operating Instructions
perature position, and the blower speed
selector to the desired blower speed posi-
EXAMPLE
Natural ventilation
tion. Unless the temperature selector is in
Select “VENTILATION” and “FRESH AIR”,
the fully COLD position or fully HOT posi-
the temperature selector to the desired
tion, the air that comes out of the center
temperature position, and the blower
and side outlets will be cooler than the air
speed selector to “OFF”. Fresh air will flow
that comes out of the floor outlets.
through the vehicle during driving.
Defrosting/Feet warmed heating
Forced ventilation
Select “HEAT & DEFROST” and “FRESH
The control settings are the same as for
AIR”, the temperature selector to the
natural ventilation except you set the
desired temperature position, and the
blower speed selector to a position other
blower speed selector to HIGH. When the
than “OFF”.
windshield has become clear, set the
Normal heating (using outside air)
blower speed selector to the desired
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Select “HEAT” and “FRESH AIR”, the tem-
blower speed position.
NOTE:
perature selector to the desired tempera-
Defrosting
If you need maximum defrosting, adjust the
ture position and the blower speed selector
Select “DEFROST” and “FRESH AIR”, the
temperature selector to the HOT end and
to the desired blower speed position. Set-
temperature selector to the desired tem-
adjust the side outlets so the air blows on
ting the blower speed selector to a higher
perature position (higher temperature pro-
the side window, in addition to the above
blower speed position increases heating
vides more efficient defrosting), and the
Defrosting steps.
efficiency.
blower speed selector to HIGH. When the
Quick heating (using recirculated air)
windshield has become clear, set the
The control settings are the same as for
blower speed selector to the desired
normal heating except you select “RECIR-
blower speed position.
CULATED AIR”. If you use this heating
method for an extended period of time, the
air in the vehicle can become contami-
nated and the windows can become misty.
Therefore, use this method only for quick
heating and change to the normal heating
method as soon as possible.
Head cooled/Feet warmed heating
Select “BI-LEVEL” and “FRESH AIR”, the
temperature selector to the desired tem-
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