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Fiat Bravo (2015 year). Manual - part 3

 

 

TRIP COMPUTER
Values displayed
General information
Range
The Trip computer is used to display information on
This indicates the approximate distance which can be
car operation when the key is turned to MAR-ON.
travelled with the amount of fuel present in the
Two separate trips, called “Trip A” and “Trip B”,
tank. “- - - -” will appear on the display in the
are provided to monitor the entire mission (journey)
following cases:
in a reciprocally independent manner.
range value lower than 50 km (or 30 mi)
Both functions can be reset (reset - start of a new
car parked with engine running for an extended
journey).
period.
“Trip A” is used to display the figures relating to:
IMPORTANT The range value variation can be
Range
affected by several factors: driving style, type of route
Distance covered
(motorway, urban, mountain roads, etc.), conditions
of use (load, tyre pressures, etc.). Trip planning
Average consumption
must therefore take the above into account.
Instantaneous consumption
Average speed
Distance covered
Trip time (driving time).
Shows the distance covered since the start of the
new journey.
“Trip B” is used to display the figures relating to:
Distance travelled B
Average consumption
Average consumption B
Shows the approximate average fuel consumption
Average speed B
since the start of the new journey.
Trip time B (driving time).
Instantaneous consumption
Note The “Trip B” function may be disabled (see
This indicates the fuel consumption. The value is
“Activating Trip B”). The “Range” and “Instant
constantly updated. The display will show “- - - -” if
consumption" parameters cannot be reset.
the car is parked with the engine running.
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Average speed
New mission
This shows the average car speed as a function of the
This begins after a reset:
overall time elapsed since the start of the new
“manual” resetting by the user, by pressing the
journey.
relevant button;
automatically when the distance travelled reaches
Trip time
99,999.9 km or when the journey time reaches
The time elapsed since the start of a new journey.
99.59
(99 hours and 59 minutes);
after disconnection/reconnection of the battery.
TRIP BUTTON
IMPORTANT The reset operation when “Trip A” or
The TRIP button is located on the right hand
“Trip B” details are being displayed only resets the
stalkfig. 16. With the ignition key turned to
values associated with the function displayed.
MAR-ON, this button allows you to view the
previously described parameters and also zero them
Start of journey procedure
to begin a new mission:
short press: display various values;
With ignition key at MAR, press and hold down the
TRIP button for more than 2 seconds to reset.
long press: reset values and start a new journey.
Exiting the Trip Function
You can automatically exit the TRIP function once all
the values have been displayed or by holding the
MODE button down for more than 1 second.
fig. 16
F0Q0647
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SEATS
All adjustments must be made with the
car stationary.
FRONT SEATS WITH MANUAL
ADJUSTMENT
Longitudinal adjustment fig. 17
Lift lever A (on the seat internal side) and push the
seat forwards or backwards: in driving position
your arms should rest on the rim of the steering
wheel.
Height adjustment fig. 17
Move lever B upwards or downwards to achieve the
required height.
IMPORTANT Adjustment must be carried out only
when seated in the relevant seat.
Backrest angle adjustment fig. 17
Turn knob C.
Lumbar adjustment fig. 17
(for versions/markets, where provided)
The position of the back against the seat backrest
can be adjusted by turning knob D.
fig. 17
F0Q0654
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HEAD RESTRAINTS
The fabric upholstery of your car has
been designed to withstand wear deriving
FRONT
from common use of the car.You are
however recommended to avoid strong and/or
These are height-adjustable and lock into place
continuous scratching with clothing accessories
automatically.
such as metal buckles, studs,Velcro fastenings and
Upward adjustment: lift the head restraint until it
the like, as these items cause stress of the cover
clicks into place.
fabric that could lead to yarn breaking and
damage the upholstery.
Downward adjustment: press button A fig. 18 and
lower the head restraint.
On some versions the front head restraints are
Once you have released the adjustment
equipped with an “Anti-Whiplash” device, which
lever, always check that the seat is locked
reduces the distance between head and head
on the guides by trying to move it back
restraint in the event of a rear shunt, thus mitigating
and forth. If the seat is not locked into place, it
the “whiplash” effect.
may unexpectedly slide and cause the driver
The “Anti-Whiplash” type front head restraints may
to lose control of the car.
move when the backrest is pressed by the occupant's
torso or hand. This behaviour is caused by the
system and should not be considered a malfunction.
fig. 18
F0Q0655
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REAR
WARNING
The car is equipped with two head restraints for the
Head restraints must be adjusted so that
side seats and on some versions a head restraint is
the head, rather than the neck, rests on
also provided for the central seat.
them. Only when they are adjusted in this
manner can they serve their intended purpose.
To extract the head restraints, raise them until you
hear the click (which indicates they are in the
position of use, 'fully raised').
To bring them back to the position of non-use, press
WARNING
button A fig. 19 and push them down into the
To take best advantage of the protection
backrest.
provided by the head restraint, adjust
the seat backrest so that you are sitting up
IMPORTANT If the rear seats are used, always set
straight and your head is as close to the head
the head restraints in the "fully raised" position.
restraint as possible.
fig. 19
F0Q0656
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STEERING WHEEL
WARNING
It can be adjusted both axially and vertically.
All adjustments must be carried out only
with the vehicle stationary and engine
Release the lever A fig. 20 pulling it towards the
off.
steering wheel, then adjust it in the most suitable
position and lock it pushing the lever A fully
forwards.
WARNING
It is absolutely forbidden to carry out
any aftermarket operation involving
steering system or steering column
modifications (e.g. installation of anti-theft
device) that could badly affect performance and
safety, invalidate the warranty and also result
in the car not meeting type-approval
requirements.
fig. 20
F0Q0657
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REAR VIEW MIRRORS
DOOR MIRRORS
INTERNAL MIRROR
Mirror manual folding
The mirror is fitted with a safety device that causes
If necessary (for example when the mirror causes
its release in the event of a violent impact with
difficulty in narrow spaces), it is possible to fold the
the passenger.
mirrors by moving them from position A fig. 22
to position B.
Lever A fig. 21 can be used to move the mirror to
two different positions: normal or antiglare.
When driving, these mirrors must always
be in position A.
As the driver's door mirror is curved, it
may slightly alter the perception of
distance.
fig. 21
F0Q0659
fig. 22
F0Q0658
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Electric adjustment
Mirror electric folding
(for versions/markets, where provided)
You can adjust the door mirrors only when the
ignition key is turned to MAR-ON.
You can fold the door mirrors only when the ignition
key is turned to MAR-ON.
Proceed as follows:
Proceed as follows:
use selector A fig. 23 to select the mirror (left or
right) to be adjusted;
position selector A fig. 24 in neutral position (no
mirror selection);
adjust the mirror using joystick B in the four
directions.
fold the mirror using joystick B in the side
directions fig. 24;
press joystick B again to restore the mirrors to
driving position.
fig. 23
F0Q0623
fig. 24
F0Q0425
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CLIMATE CONTROL/HEATING SYSTEM
fig. 25
F0Q0668
1. Fixed upper diffuser for windscreen defrosting or demisting - 2. Adjustable central diffuser - 3. Fixed diffusers for side
window defrosting or demisting - 4. Adjustable and directable side diffusers - 5. Lower diffusers - 6. Directable and
adjustable rear vent - 7. Fixed rear diffusers for footwell.
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DIFFUSERS
B Air flow adjustment control fig. 27:
= Fully closed
ADJUSTABLE SIDE VENTS AND DIFFUSERS
= Fully open.
A Fixed diffuser for side window fig. 26.
C Lateral and vertical air flow adjustment control.
fig. 27
CENTRAL DIFFUSERS
A Lateral and vertical air flow adjustment controls
fig. 28.
B Air flow adjustment controls fig. 28:
= Fully closed
= Fully open.
fig. 26
F0Q0626
fig. 27
F0Q0625
fig. 28
F0Q0627
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REAR DIFFUSER
(for versions/markets, where provided)
A Lateral and vertical air flow adjustment controls
fig. 29.
B Air flow adjustment control fig. 29:
= Fully closed
= Fully open.
On some versions, a storage compartment is fitted
instead of the rear diffuser.
fig. 29
F0Q0750
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HEATING AND VENTILATION
CONTROLS
fig. 30
F0Q0609
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A air temperature adjustment knob (hot/cold air
turn knob E to
;
mixing)
turn off internal air recirculation (LED on button
B heated rear window on/off button
off ).
C fan activation knob
After demisting/defrosting, operate the controls to
D internal air recirculation on/off button
maintain optimum visibility conditions.
E air distribution knob.
Window demisting
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT HEATING
In the event of considerable external moisture
and/or rain and/or large differences in temperature
Proceed as follows:
inside and outside the passenger compartment,
turn knob A to the red section;
perform the following preventive window demisting
turn knob C to the required speed;
procedure:
turn knob E to:
to turn off internal air recirculation (LED on
button
off );
to warm the feet and demist the windscreen at
the same time
turn knob A to the red section;
to warm the feet and keep the face cool (bi-level
turn knob C to the second speed level;
function)
turn knob E to or to if there is no sign of
to warm the feet of those in the front and rear
the windows steaming up.
seats
to turn off internal air recirculation (LED on
HEATED REAR WINDOW AND DOOR
button
off ).
MIRRORS DEMISTING/DEFROSTING
Press button
to activate this function; when this
FAST FRONT WINDOW DEMISTING/
function is activated, the button LED
lights up.
DEFROSTING
This function is timed and will deactivate
Proceed as follows:
automatically after 20 minutes. Press the button
turn knob A fully to the right;
again to switch the function off in advance.
turn knob C to
;
IMPORTANT Do not apply stickers on the inside of
the rear window over the heating filaments to avoid
damage.
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FAN SPEED ADJUSTMENT
ADDITIONAL HEATER
(for versions/markets, where provided)
To ventilate the passenger compartment properly,
proceed as follows:
This device warms up the passenger compartment
more quickly when it is very cold and the engine
fully open the central and side air diffusers;
coolant temperature is low.
turn knob A to the blue section;
The additional heater comes on automatically when
turn knob C to the required speed;
the engine is started, if knob A is turned to the
turn knob E to
;
last red sector and the fan (knob C) is at least at the
first speed level.
turn off internal air recirculation (LED on button
off ).
The heater switches off automatically when the
required comfort conditions are achieved.
INTERNAL AIR RECIRCULATION
IMPORTANT The heater will not turn on if the
ACTIVATION
battery voltage is too low.
Press button
: when the function is on, the
button LED lights up. It is advisable to switch the
internal air recirculation on while standing in queues
or in tunnels to prevent the introduction of polluted
air. However, it is better not to use the function
for long periods, particularly if there are many people
on board, to prevent the windows from misting.
IMPORTANT Internal air recirculation makes it
possible to reach the required heating or cooling
conditions more quickly depending on the mode
selected. Do not use the internal air recirculation
function on rainy/cold days as it would considerably
increase the possibility of the windows misting.
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