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Opel Mokka (2017 year). Manual - part 2

 

 

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Keys, doors and windows

Batteries do not belong in household

waste. They must be disposed of at

an appropriate recycling collection

point.

Key with foldaway key section

Extend the key and open the unit.

Replace the battery (battery type

CR 2032), paying attention to the

installation position. Close the unit

and synchronise.

Radio remote control

synchronisation

After replacing the battery, unlock the

door with the key in the driver's door

lock. The radio remote control is

synchronised when the ignition is

switched on.

Memorised settings

Whenever the key is removed from

the ignition switch, the following

settings are automatically memorised

by the key:

● lighting
● infotainment system
● central locking system

The saved settings are automatically

used the next time the memorised key

is inserted into the ignition switch and

turned to position 1 3 126.
A precondition is that Personalization

by driver is activated in the personal

settings of the Graphic-Info-Display.

This must be set for each key used.

On vehicles equipped with

Colour-Info-Display, the

personalisation is permanently

activated.
Vehicle personalisation 3 100.

Central locking system

Unlocks and locks doors, load

compartment and fuel filler flap.
A pull on an interior door handle

unlocks the respective door. Pulling

the handle again opens the door.

Note

In the event of an accident in which

airbags or belt pretensioners are

deployed, the vehicle is

automatically unlocked.
Note

A short time after unlocking with the

remote control the doors are locked

automatically if no door has been

opened.

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Unlocking

Radio remote control

Press c.
Two settings are selectable:

● To unlock only the driver's door,

load compartment and fuel filler

flap, press c once. To unlock all

doors, press c twice.

● Press c once to unlock all doors,

load compartment and fuel filler

flap.

The setting can be changed in the

Settings menu in the Info-Display.

Vehicle personalisation 3 100.

The setting can be saved for the key

being used. Memorised settings

3

 22.

Locking

Close doors, load compartment and

fuel filler flap.

Press e.
If the driver's door is not closed

properly, the central locking system

will not work.

Central locking buttons

Locks or unlocks all doors, the load

compartment and fuel filler flap from

inside the passenger compartment.

The central locking buttons are

located in the driver's door.
Press e to lock.
Press c to unlock.

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Fault in radio remote control

system

Unlocking

Manually unlock the driver's door by

turning the key in the lock. Switch on

the ignition and press c to unlock the

other doors, load compartment and

fuel filler flap. By switching on the

ignition, the anti-theft locking system

is deactivated.

Locking

Manually lock the driver's door by

turning the key in the lock.

Fault in central locking system

Unlocking

Manually unlock the driver's door by

turning the key in the lock. The other

doors can be opened by pulling the

interior handle twice. The load

compartment and fuel filler flap

cannot be opened. To deactivate the

anti-theft locking system, switch on

the ignition 3 26.

Locking

Push inside locking knob of all doors

except driver's door. Then close the

driver's door and lock it from the

outside with the key. The fuel filler flap

and tailgate cannot be locked.

Delayed locking

This feature will delay the actual

locking of the doors and arming of the

anti-theft alarm system for

five seconds when the power door

lock switch or radio remote control is

used to lock the vehicle.
This can be changed in the vehicle

settings.
Vehicle personalisation 3 100.

ON: When pressing the central

locking button, three chimes will

sound to signal delayed locking is

activated.
The doors will not lock until

five seconds after the last door is

closed. You can temporarily override

delayed locking by pressing the

central locking button or the locking

button on the radio remote control.
OFF: The doors will lock immediately

when pressing the power lock switch

or e on the radio remote control.

Automatic locking

This security feature can be

configured to automatically lock all

doors, load compartment and fuel

filler flap as soon as a certain speed

is exceeded.
Additionally, it is configurable to

unlock the driver's door or all doors

after the ignition is switched off and

the ignition key is removed (manual

transmission) or the selector lever is

moved to position P (automatic

transmission).

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Settings can be changed in the menu

Settings in the Info-Display. Vehicle

personalisation 3 100.
The settings can be saved for the key

being used 3 22.

Child locks

9 Warning

Use the child locks whenever

children are occupying the rear

seats.

Using a key or suitable screwdriver,

turn the child lock in the rear door to

the horizontal position. The door

cannot be opened from the inside. For

deactivation turn the child lock to the

vertical position.

Doors

Load compartment

Tailgate

Opening

After unlocking, push the touchpad

switch and open the tailgate.

Closing

Use one of the interior handles.
Do not push the touchpad switch or

the brand emblem whilst closing as

this will unlock the tailgate again.
Central locking system 3 22.

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General hints for operating

tailgate

9 Danger

Do not drive with the tailgate open

or ajar, e.g. when transporting

bulky objects, since toxic exhaust

gases, which cannot be seen or

smelled, could enter the vehicle.

This can cause unconsciousness

and even death.

Caution

Before opening the tailgate, check

overhead obstructions, e.g. a

garage door, to avoid damage to

the tailgate. Always check the

moving area above and behind the

tailgate.

Note

The installation of certain heavy

accessories onto the tailgate may

affect its ability to remain open.

Vehicle security

Anti-theft locking system

9 Warning

Do not use the system if there are

people in the vehicle! The doors

cannot be unlocked from the

inside.

The system deadlocks all the doors.

All doors must be closed otherwise

the system cannot be activated.
If the ignition was on, the driver's door

must be opened and closed once so

that the vehicle can be secured.
Unlocking the vehicle disables the

mechanical anti-theft locking system.

This is not possible with the central

locking button.

Activating

Press e on the radio remote control

twice within five seconds.

Anti-theft alarm system

The anti-theft alarm system is

combined with the anti-theft locking

system.
It monitors:

● doors, load compartment, bonnet
● ignition

Unlocking the vehicle deactivates

both systems simultaneously.

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Activation

● Self-activated 30 seconds after

locking the vehicle (initialisation

of the system).

● Directly by pressing e on the

radio remote control once more

after locking.

Note

Changes to the vehicle interior, e.g.

the use of seat covers, and open

windows, could impair the function

of passenger compartment

monitoring.

Status LED

Status LED is integrated in the sensor

on top of the instrument panel.
Status during the first 30 seconds of

anti-theft alarm system activation:
LED illuminates : test, arming delay

LED flashes

quickly

: doors, tailgate or

bonnet not

completely closed,

or system fault

Status after system is armed:
LED flashes

slowly

: system is armed

Seek the assistance of a workshop in

the event of faults.

Deactivation

Unlocking the vehicle deactivates the

anti-theft alarm system.

Alarm

The alarm can be silenced by

pressing any button of the radio

remote control or by switching on the

ignition.
The anti-theft alarm system can be

deactivated by pressing e or

switching on the ignition.

Auto door locking

After unlocking doors with the radio

remote control, if no door is opened or

the key is not located in ignition switch

position 2 or 3 3 126 within

three minutes of unlocking, all doors

are locked automatically and the anti-

theft alarm system is re-activated.

Automatic door unlocking

All doors will be automatically

unlocked when impact is delivered to

impact sensors while the ignition is

switched on.
However, the doors may not be

unlocked if mechanical problems

occur with the door locking system or

battery.

Immobiliser

The system is part of the ignition

switch and checks whether the

vehicle is allowed to be started with

the key being used.
The immobiliser is activated

automatically after the key has been

removed from the ignition switch.

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If the control indicator d flashes when

the ignition is on, there is a fault in the

system; the engine cannot be started.

Switch off the ignition and repeat the

start attempt.
If the control indicator continues

flashing, attempt to start the engine

using the spare key and seek the

assistance of a workshop.

Note

The immobiliser does not lock the

doors. You should always lock the

vehicle after leaving it and switch on

the anti-theft alarm system 3 22,

3

 26.

Control indicator d 3 88.

Exterior mirrors

Convex shape

The convex exterior mirror contains

an aspherical area and reduces blind

spots. The shape of the mirror makes

objects appear smaller, which will

affect the ability to estimate

distances.

Electric adjustment

Select the relevant exterior mirror by

turning the control to left (L) or right

(R). Then swivel the control to adjust

the mirror.

In position 0 no mirror is selected.

Folding mirrors

Manual folding

For pedestrian safety, the exterior

mirrors will swing out of their normal

mounting position if they are struck

with sufficient force. Reposition the

mirror by applying slight pressure to

the mirror housing.

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Electric folding

Turn control to 0, then push the

control backwards. Both exterior

mirrors will fold in.
Push the control backwards again -

both exterior mirrors return to their

original position.

Heated mirrors

Operated by pressing Ü.
Heating functions with the engine

running and is switched off

automatically after a short time.

Interior mirrors

Manual anti-dazzle

To reduce dazzle, adjust the lever on

the underside of the mirror housing.

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Automatic anti-dazzle

Dazzle from following vehicles at

night is automatically reduced.

Windows

Windscreen

Heat-reflecting windscreen

The heat-reflecting windscreen has a

coating which reflects solar radiation.

Also data signals, e.g. from toll

stations, might be reflected.

The marked areas of the windscreen

behind the interior mirror are not

covered with the coating. Devices for

electronic data recording and fee

payment must be attached in these

areas. Otherwise data recording

malfunctions may occur.

Windscreen stickers

Do not attach stickers such as toll

road stickers or similar on the

windscreen in the area of the interior

mirror. Otherwise the detection zone

of the sensor and the view area of the

camera in the mirror housing could be

restricted.

Windscreen replacement

Caution

If the vehicle has a front-looking

camera sensor for the driver

assistance systems, it is very

important that any windscreen

replacement is performed

accurately according to Opel

specifications. Otherwise, these

systems may not work properly

and there is a risk of unexpected

behaviour and/or messages from

these systems.

Manual windows

The door windows can be opened or

closed with the window cranks.

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Power windows

9 Warning

Take care when operating the

power windows. Risk of injury,

particularly to children.
If there are children on the rear

seats, switch on the child safety

system for the power windows.
Keep a close watch on the

windows when closing them.

Ensure that nothing becomes

trapped in them as they move.

Switch on ignition to operate power

windows.

Operate the switch for the respective

window by pushing to open or pulling

to close.
Pushing or pulling gently to the first

detent: window moves up or down as

long as the switch is operated.
Pushing or pulling firmly to the second

detent and then releasing: window

moves up or down automatically with

safety function enabled. To stop

movement, operate the switch once

more in the same direction.

Safety function

If the window glass encounters

resistance above the middle of the

window during automatic closing, it is

immediately stopped and opened

again.

Override safety function

In the event of closing difficulties due

to frost or the like, switch on the

ignition, then pull the switch to the first

detent and hold. The window moves

up without safety function enabled.

To stop movement, release the

switch.

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Child safety system for rear

windows

Press z to deactivate rear power

windows.
To activate, press z again.

Overload

If the windows are repeatedly

operated within short intervals, the

window operation is disabled for

some time.

Initialising the power windows

If the windows cannot be closed

automatically (e.g. after

disconnecting the vehicle battery),

activate the window electronics as

follows:

1. Close doors.
2. Switch on ignition.
3. Pull switch until the window is

closed and keep pulling for

additional two seconds.

4. Repeat for each window.

Heated rear window

Operated by pressing Ü.

The LED in the button indicates

activation.
Heating works with the engine

running and is switched off

automatically after a short time.

Sun visors

The sun visors can be folded down or

swivelled to the side to prevent

dazzling.
The sun visors mirror covers should

be closed when driving.
If the sun visors have a vanity mirror

lamp, the lamp will illuminate when

opening the vanity mirror cover.

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Roof

Sunroof

9 Warning

Take care when operating the

sunroof. Risk of injury, particularly

to children.
Keep a close eye on the movable

parts when operating them.

Ensure that nothing becomes

trapped in them as they move.

Switch on ignition to operate the

sunroof.

Open or close

Press switch 1 or switch 2 gently to

the first detent: sunroof is opened or

closed as long as the switch is

operated.
Press switch 1 or switch 2 firmly to the

second detent and then release: the

sunroof is opened or closed

automatically with safety function

enabled. To stop movement, operate

the switch once more.

Raise or close

Press switch 3 or switch 4: sunroof is

raised or closed automatically with

safety function enabled.
If the sunroof is raised, it can be

opened in one step by pressing

switch 1.

Sunblind

The sunblind is operated manually.
Close or open the sunblind by sliding.
When the sunroof is open, the

sunblind is always open.

Dirt and debris may collect on the

sunroof seal or in the track that could

cause an issue with sunroof

operation, noise or plug the water

drainage system. Periodically open

the sunroof and remove any

obstacles or loose debris. Wipe the

sunroof seal and roof sealing area

using a clean cloth, mild soap, and

water. Do not remove grease from the

sunroof.

General hints

Safety function

If the sunroof encounters resistance

during automatic closing, it is

immediately stopped and opened

again.

Override safety function

In the event of closing difficulties due

to frost or the like, press and hold

switch 2. The sunroof closes without

safety function enabled. To stop

movement, release the switch.

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Initialising after a power failure

After a power failure, it may only be

possible to operate the sunroof to a

limited extent. Have the system

initialised by your workshop.

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Seats, restraints

Head restraints ............................ 35
Front seats ................................... 36

Seat position .............................. 36

Seat adjustment ........................ 37

Heating ...................................... 39

Seat belts ..................................... 40

Three-point seat belt ................. 41

Airbag system .............................. 43

Front airbag system ................... 46

Side airbag system .................... 46

Curtain airbag system ............... 47

Airbag deactivation .................... 48

Child restraints ............................. 49

Child restraint systems .............. 49

Child restraint installation

locations ................................... 50

ISOFIX child restraint systems . . 53

Top-tether fastening eyes .......... 54

Head restraints

Position

9 Warning

Only drive with the head restraint

set to the proper position.

The upper edge of the head restraint

should be at upper head level. If this

is not possible for extremely tall

people, set to highest position, and

set to lowest position for small people.

Adjustment

Head restraints on front seats

Height adjustment

Pull the head restraint upwards.
To move down, press the catch (1)

and push the head restraint

downwards.

Removing

Raise head restraint to its full height.
Press the catches (1) and (2) at the

same time.
Pull up the head restraint.

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Seats, restraints

Horizontal adjustment

To adjust horizontally, pull the head

restraint forwards. It engages in three

positions.
To return to its rearmost position, pull

fully forwards and release.

Head restraints on rear seats

Height adjustment

Pull the head restraint upwards.
To move down, press the catch (1)

and push the head restraint

downwards.

Removal

Raise head restraint to its full height.
Press the catches (1) and (2) at the

same time.
Pull up the head restraint.

Front seats

Seat position

9 Warning

Only drive with the seat correctly

adjusted.

9 Danger

Do not sit nearer than 25 cm from

the steering wheel, to permit safe

airbag deployment.

9 Warning

Never adjust seats while driving as

they could move uncontrollably.

9 Warning

Never store any objects under the

seats.

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● Sit with buttocks as far back

against the backrest as possible.

Adjust the distance between the

seat and the pedals so that legs

are slightly angled when fully

pressing the pedals. Slide the

front passenger seat as far back

as possible.

● Set seat height high enough to

have a clear field of vision on all

sides and of all display

instruments. There should be at

least one hand of clearance

between head and the

headlining. Your thighs should

rest lightly on the seat without

pressing into it.

● Sit with shoulders as far back

against the backrest as possible.

Set the backrest rake so that it is

possible to easily reach the

steering wheel with arms slightly

bent. Maintain contact between

shoulders and the backrest when

turning the steering wheel. Do

not tilt the backrest too far back.

We recommend a maximum rake

of approx. 25°.

● Adjust seat and steering wheel in

a way that the wrist rests on top

of the steering wheel while the

arm is fully extended and

shoulders on the backrest.

● Adjust the steering wheel 3 72.
● Adjust the head restraint 3 35.
● Adjust the height of the seat belt

3

 41.

● Adjust the thigh support so that

there is a space approx. two

fingers wide between the edge of

the seat and the hollow of the

knee.

● Adjust the lumbar support so that

it supports the natural shape of

the spine.

Seat adjustment

Drive only with engaged seats and

backrests.

Longitudinal adjustment

Pull handle, slide seat, release

handle. Try to move the seat back and

forth to ensure that the seat is locked

in place.

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