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[Lighting] (where fitted):
[Unlocking] (where fitted):
NOTE
There are 2 items under the Lighting menu.
Select this sub-menu to enable/disable the items
Be sure the distance to service indicator is reset
described below to ON or OFF.
after servicing. Otherwise, the service indicator
[Int. Lamp Timer]
will continue to be displayed.
Select this item to enable/disable the interior
[I-Key Door Lock]
lamp timer feature.
Select this item to activate/deactivate the re-
[Filter] (where fitted):
quest switch on the door. See, “Doors” in the
Select this item to set or reset the distance for re-
The interior lights will be ON if any door is un-
“3. Pre-driving checks and adjustments” section.
placing the oil filter.
locked when the interior lamp timer is enabled.
[Wipers]:
The distance can be set from [ — — — ] (off) to 30.000
[Auto Lights]
Select this sub-menu to enable/disable the items
km in 500 km increments.
The automatic lighting system can be set to illu-
described below to ON or OFF.
minate earlier or later based on the brightness
[Tyre]:
outside the vehicle. See, “Headlight and turn sig-
[Speed Dependent]
Select this item to set or reset the distance for re-
nal switch” in the “2. Instruments and controls”
Select this item to activate/deactivate the speed
placing the tyres.
section.
dependent wiper speed feature. See, “Wiper and
The distance can be set from [ — — — ] (off) to 30.000
-
[On Earliest]
washer switch” in the
“2. Instruments and
km in 500 km increments.
controls” section.
[On Earlier]
[Other]:
[Standard]
[Maintenance]
Select this item to set or reset a reminder for replac-
The following sub-menus are available under the
ing something other than service, the oil filter, or
[On Later]
[Maintenance] menu.
tyres.
[Turn Indicator]:
[Service]
The distance can be set from [ — — — ] (off) to 30.000
Select this sub-menu to enable/disable the items
km in 500 km increments.
described below to ON or OFF.
[Filter]
[Alert]
[3 Flash On]
[Tyre]
The following items are available under the [Alert]
Select this sub-menu to enable/disable the [3
[Other]
menu.
Flash On] lane change signal feature. See, “Turn
[Service] (where fitted):
signal switch” in the
“2. Instruments and
[Timer]
Select this item to show the remaining distance un-
controls” section.
til servicing is required.
[Navigation] (where fitted)
To reset the service indicator, push <ENTER> and
[Phone] (where fitted)
select [Yes].
[Mail] (where fitted)
The distance to service interval cannot be adjusted
manually. The interval is set automatically.
Instruments and controls
2-15
[Timer]:
[Temperature]:
3. Select [Yes] to return all settings back to default
Select this sub-menu to specify when the [Time for
The temperature that displays in the vehicle infor-
by pressing the <ENTER> button.
a driver break?] message activates.
mation display can be changed from:
To cancel the reset operation select [No] or press
The time can be set from [ — — — ] (off) to 6 hours in
°C (Celsius)
the BACK button located on the left side of the
increments of 30 minutes.
steering wheel.
°F (Fahrenheit)
[Navigation] (where fitted):
[Language]
Select this item to enable/disable the navigation
The language of the vehicle information display can
system information in the vehicle information dis-
be changed to:
play.
English
[Phone] (where fitted):
Select this item to enable/disable incoming call in-
French
formation in the vehicle information display.
German
[Mail] (where fitted):
Italian
Select this item to enable/disable incoming mail in-
Portuguese
formation in the vehicle information display.
Dutch
[Units]
Spanish
The following items are available under the [Units]
Turkish
menu.
Russian
[Distance/Fuel]
Use the or and the <ENTER> buttons to select
[Temperature]
and change the language of the vehicle informa-
[Distance/Fuel]:
tion display.
The unit for the distance and fuel consumption that
[Factory Reset]
displays in the vehicle information display can be
The settings in the vehicle information display can
changed to:
be reset back to the factory default. To reset the
[km, l/100km]
vehicle information display:
[km, km/l]
1. Use the
or buttons to select [Settings], and
press the <ENTER> button.
[miles, MPG]
2. Select [Factory Reset] using the or buttons
and press the <ENTER> button.
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Instruments and controls
TRIP COMPUTER
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Type A
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Type B
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Instruments and controls
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2. [Speed] and [Average]
3. [Trip]
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Left Hand Drive (LHD) model
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Switches for the trip computer (where fitted) are
located on the instrument panel on either the left
The (digital) speed
A shows the current speed at
Trip [Distance]
A:
or right side of the steering column. To operate
which the vehicle is travelling.
The trip odometer mode shows the total distance
the trip computer, push the switches as shown
The average speed
B shows the average vehicle
the vehicle has been driven since the last reset.
above.
speed since the last reset. Shortly press the
Shortly press the
<ENTER> switch to switch
Each time the or switch
B is pushed, the dis-
<ENTER> switch to switch between trip 1 and 2.
between trip 1 and 2. Pressing the <ENTER> switch
play will change as follows:
Pressing the <ENTER> switch for longer than 1 sec-
for longer than 1 second enters the Reset menu.
ond enters the Reset menu.
(The elapsed time is also reset at the same time.)
Car view (Home) ! Average speed ! Elapsed time
and trip odometer ! Current and average fuel con-
The display is updated every 30 seconds. The first
Elapsed [Time]
B:
sumption ! Navigation (where fitted) ! Compass
30 seconds after a reset, the display shows [——].
The elapsed time mode shows the time since the
(where fitted) ! Audio (where fitted) ! Driving aids
last reset. Shortly press the <ENTER> switch to
(where fitted) ! Warning check ! Settings ! Car
switch between trip 1 and 2. Pressing the <ENTER>
view (Home)
switch for longer than 1 second enters the Reset
When the <ENTER> switch
B is pushed and held for
menu. (The trip odometer is also reset at the same
more than 3 seconds, the average speed, the
time.)
elapsed time, the trip odometer, the current and av-
erage fuel consumption can be reset.
1. Car view [Home]
The Car view [Home] screen can be selected when
the driver does not want see any information on
the trip computer screen.
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Instruments and controls
4. [Fuel Economy]
6. Compass (where fitted)
The audio mode shows the status of audio infor-
mation.
For more details, see “FM AM radio with compact
disc (CD) player (Type A)” in the “4. Display screen,
heater and air conditioner, and audio system” sec-
tion or the separately provided Touchscreen Navi-
gation Owner's manual.
8. [Driving Aids] (where fitted)
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[Average] fuel consumption
A:
This display indicates the heading direction of the
The average fuel consumption mode shows the av-
vehicle
A as well as a compass rose
B around the
erage fuel consumption since the last reset. Push
vehicle representation.
the <ENTER> switch for longer than 1 second to
7. [Audio] (where fitted)
enter the Reset menu.
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The display is updated every 30 seconds. For about
the first 500 m (1/3 mile) after a reset, the display
shows [——].
The driving aids mode shows the operating condi-
Push <ENTER> briefly to show the second Fuel
tion for the driving aids.
Economy page.
Active Emergency Braking
The unit of measurement (l/100km, km/l, or MPG)
Push <ENTER> to access the [Driving Aids] setting
can be set in the settings menu. See, “[Units]” in the
menu.
“2. Instruments and controls” section.
For more details, see “Active Emergency Braking
Current fuel consumption
B:
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system (where fitted)” in the “5. Starting and driving”
The scale shows the current fuel consumption.
section.
5. [Navigation] (where fitted)
A
Current source
9. Warnings
When the route guidance is set in the navigation
B
Current frequency
The present warnings are displayed. If no warnings
system, this item shows the navigation route infor-
are present, [No Warnings] is displayed.
C
Current radio station name
mation.
Instruments and controls
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10. [Settings]
The distance to empty (dte) feature
A provides you
with an estimation of the distance that can be
driven before refuelling. The dte is constantly being
calculated based on the amount of fuel in the fuel
tank and the actual fuel consumption.
The display is updated every 30 seconds.
The dte feature includes a low range warning fea-
ture. If the fuel level is low, a warning is displayed on
the screen.
When the fuel level drops even lower, the dte display
will change to [----].
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If the amount of fuel added is small, the display
just before the ignition switch is placed in the
Push <ENTER> to access the settings menu.
OFF position may continue to be displayed.
For more details, see “Settings” earlier in this sec-
When driving uphill or rounding curves, the fuel
tion.
in the tank shifts, which may momentarily
Distance to empty (dte — km or mile)
change the display.
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Instruments and controls
INDICATORS FOR OPERATION
1. Engine start operation indicator
(where fitted for Automatic
Transmission (AT) models)
This indicator appears when the shift lever is in the
P (Park) position.
This indicator means that the engine will start by
pushing the ignition switch with the brake pedal
depressed. You can start the engine directly in any
position of the ignition switch.
2. Engine start operation indicator
(where fitted for Manual Transmission
(MT) models)
This indicator means that the engine will start by
pushing the ignition switch with the clutch pedal
depressed. You can start the engine directly in any
position of the ignition switch.
You can also start the engine by pushing the igni-
tion switch with the brake pedal depressed when
the shift lever is in the N (Neutral) position.
3. Steering lock release malfunction
indicator (where fitted)
This indicator appears when the steering wheel
cannot be released from the LOCK position.
If this indicator appears, turn or push the ignition
switch while lightly turning the steering wheel right
and left.
See “Remote Control Key battery discharge” in the
“5. Starting and driving” section “Remote controller
battery replacement” in the “5. Maintenance and
do-it-yourself” section.
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Instruments and controls
2-21
4. No Key Detected warning
To push the ignition switch to the OFF position, per-
You cannot start the engine with an unregistered
(where fitted)
form the following procedure:
key. Use the registered Remote Control Key.
This warning appears when the door is closed with
Shift to Park warning ! (Move the shift lever to P)
See “Remote Control Key system (where fitted)” in
the Remote Control Key left outside the vehicle and
! PUSH warning ! (Push the ignition switch !
the “3. Pre-driving checks and adjustments” section.
the ignition switch in the ON position. Make sure
ignition switch position is turned to ON) ! PUSH
11. Release Parking Brake warning
that the Remote Control Key is inside the vehicle.
warning ! (Push the ignition switch ! ignition
switch position is turned to OFF)
This warning appears when the vehicle speed is
See “Remote Control Key system (where fitted)” in
above 7 km/h (4 MPH) and the parking brake is ap-
the “3. Pre-driving checks and adjustments” section
8. Key Battery low warning
plied. Stop the vehicle and release the parking brake.
for more details.
(where fitted)
12. Low fuel warning
5. Key reminder warning (where fitted)
This warning appears when the Remote Control Key
battery is running out of power.
This warning appears when the fuel level in the tank
This warning appears if the driver's side door is
is getting low. Refuel as soon as it is convenient,
opened while the key is left in the ignition switch
If this warning appears, replace the battery with a
preferably before the fuel gauge reaches the empty
and ignition switch is in the ACC, OFF or LOCK posi-
new one.
(See
“Remote Control Key battery
(0) position.
tion. Remove the key and take it with you when leav-
replacement” in the
“8. Maintenance and
ing the vehicle.
do-it-yourself” section.)
There will be a small reserve of fuel remaining in
the tank when the fuel gauge reaches the empty
6. Shift to Park warning (where fitted
9. Engine start operation for Remote
(0) position.
for AT models)
Control Key system indicator (where
13. Door open warning
fitted)
This warning appears when the ignition switch is
This warning appears if any of the doors are open
pushed to stop the engine with the shift lever in any
This indicator appears when the Remote Control
or not closed securely. The vehicle icon indicates
position except the P (Park) position.
Key battery is running out of power and when the
which door is open on the display. Make sure that all
Remote Control Key system and vehicle are not
If this warning appears, move the shift lever to the
of the doors are closed.
communicating normally.
P (Park) position or push the ignition switch to the
ON position.
If this indicator appears, touch the ignition switch
14. Second row seat belt warning
with the Remote Control Key while depressing the
(where fitted)
An inside warning chime will also sound. (See
brake pedal. (See
“Remote Control Key battery
“Shifting” in the “5. Starting and driving” section.)
This second row seat belt warning appears after
discharge” in the “5. Starting and driving” section.)
the ignition switch is placed in the ON position. If
7. Push ignition to OFF warning (where
any of the second row seat passenger seat belts is
10. Key ID Incorrect warning
fitted for AT models)
not fastened, a chime will sound and the seat icon
(where fitted)
This warning appears when the shift lever is moved
illuminates in red to show which seat belt is not fas-
to the P (Park) position with the ignition switch in
This warning appears when the ignition switch is
tened. The seat icon illuminates in red until the cor-
the ACC position after the Shift to Park warning ap-
changed from the LOCK position and the Remote
responding second row seat passenger’s seat belt
pears.
Control Key cannot be recognised by the system.
is fastened. The warning will automatically turn off
after approximately 35 seconds.
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Instruments and controls
For more details and precautions on seat belt us-
CAUTION
qualified workshop. See “Four-Wheel Drive (4WD)
age, see “Seat belts” in the “1. Safety — seats, seat
(where fitted)” in the “5. Starting and driving” sec-
The oil level should be checked regularly using
belts and supplemental restraint system” section.
tion.
the engine oil dipstick. Operating with an insuffi-
15. 4WD mode indicator (where fitted)
cient amount of oil can damage the engine and
22. Shipping Mode On Push Storage
such damage is not covered by the warranty.
This indicator shows the drive mode of the 4WD sys-
Fuse warning (where fitted)
tem.
19. Oil level sensor warning
This warning may appear if the extended storage
See “Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) (where fitted)” in the
(where fitted)
fuse switch is not pushed in (switched on). When
“5. Starting and driving” section for details.
If the oil level sensor warning is displayed, the en-
this warning appears, push in (switch on) the ex-
tended storage fuse switch to turn off the warning.
gine oil level sensor may be malfunctioning. Con-
16. Low washer fluid warning
For more information, see “Fuses” in the “8. Mainte-
tact an approved dealer or qualified workshop im-
(where fitted)
nance and do-it-yourself” section.
mediately.
This warning appears when the washer tank fluid is
23. Headlight System Error warning
20. Low Oil Pressure Stop vehicle
at a low level. Add washer fluid as necessary. (See
(where fitted)
“Window washer fluid” in the “8. Maintenance and
warning (where fitted)
do-it-yourself” section.)
This warning appears if low engine oil pressure is
This warning appears if the LED headlights are mal-
functioning. Have the system checked by an ap-
detected. If the warning appears during normal
17. Key System Error warning
proved dealer or qualified workshop.
driving, pull off the road in a safe area, stop the en-
(where fitted)
gine immediately and call an approved dealer or
24. Reminder Turn OFF Headlights
This warning appears if there is a malfunction in the
qualified workshop.
warning
Remote Control Key system.
The low oil pressure warning is not designed to in-
This warning appears when the driver side door is
If this warning appears while the engine is stopped,
dicate a low oil level. Use the dipstick to check the
opened with the headlight switch is left ON and the
the engine cannot be started. If this warning ap-
oil level.
(See “Checking engine oil level” in the
ignition switch is placed in the OFF, ACC or LOCK
pears while the engine is running, the vehicle can be
“8. Maintenance and do-it-yourself” section.)
position. Place the headlight switch in the <OFF> or
driven. However, contact an approved dealer or
CAUTION
<AUTO> (where fitted) position. For additional infor-
qualified workshop for repair as soon as possible.
mation, see “Headlight and turn signal switch” in the
Running the engine with the engine oil pressure
18. Oil Level Low indicator (where fitted)
“2. Instruments and controls” section.
warning displayed could cause serious damage
If the low level indicator is displayed, the engine oil
to the engine.
25. Time for a driver break? indicator
level is low. If the low level indicator is displayed,
21. 4WD Error warning (where fitted)
This indicator appears when the set [Timer] alarm
check the level using the engine oil dipstick. (See
activates. You can set the time for up to 6 hours.
“Checking engine oil level” in the “8. Maintenance
This warning appears when the four wheel drive
(See “Settings” earlier in this section.)
and do-it-yourself” section.)
(4WD) system is not functioning properly while the
engine is running. Reduce vehicle speed and have
your vehicle checked by an approved dealer or
Instruments and controls
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26. Cruise control indicator
For 4WD model: If the ATP warning appears with
OIL CONTROL SYSTEM
(where fitted)
the shift lever in the P (Park) position, shift the
(where fitted)
Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) mode switch to the
This indicator shows the cruise control system sta-
<2WD>, <4H> or <4LO> position again with the
tus. The status is shown by the colour.
shift lever in the N (Neutral) position. (See “Four-
See “Cruise control (where fitted)” in the “5. Starting
Wheel Drive (4WD) (where fitted)” in the “5. Starting
and driving” section for details.
and driving” section.)
27. Automatic Transmission (AT)
WARNING
position indicator (AT models)
If the
4WD mode indicator (see “4WD mode
This indicator shows the automatic shift position.
indicator” in the “5. Starting and driving” section)
In the manual shift mode, when the transmission
is OFF or the ATP warning light is ON, this indi-
does not shift to the selected gear due to a trans-
cates that the automatic transmission P (Park)
mission protection mode, the AT position indicator
position will not function and could result in the
will blink and a chime will sound.
vehicle moving unexpectedly, causing serious
For further details, see
“Driving with Automatic
personal injury or property damage. Always set
Transmission (AT)” in the “5. Starting and driving”
the parking brake.
section.
30. Parking Sensor Error warning
28. Automatic Transmission (AT) Error
(where fitted)
warning (AT models)
This warning appears when the parking sensor (so-
If the Automatic Transmission (AT) Error warning
nar) system is not functioning properly. If the warn-
appears while the engine is running, or while driv-
ing appears, have the system checked by an ap-
ing, it may indicate that the AT is not functioning
proved dealer or qualified workshop.
properly and may need servicing. Have the system
31. Low fuel level warning
checked, and if necessary repaired, by an approved
dealer or qualified workshop promptly.
The low fuel level warning appears on the vehicle
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information display when the fuel level in the tank is
29. Automatic Transmission (AT) park
getting low. Refuel as soon as it is convenient, pref-
warning (AT models)
erably before the gauge reads the empty position.
When the ignition switch is in the ON position, en-
This warning indicates that the Automatic Trans-
For further details, see “Fuel gauge” earlier in this
gine oil information is displayed.
mission (AT) parking function is not engaged. If the
section.
Engine oil information informs the distance to oil
transfer control is not secured in any driving posi-
change, oil level indication and malfunction of oil
tion while the AT shift lever is in the P (Park) position,
level sensor.
the transmission will disengage and the wheels will
not lock.
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Instruments and controls
1. Distance to oil change
The engine oil should be changed before the
CLOCK AND OUTSIDE AIR
distance to oil change reaches 0 km (0 miles).
The distance to oil change is displayed if the dis-
TEMPERATURE (where fitted)
Continued driving after the distance to oil
tance to oil change is less than 1,500 km (930 miles).
change reaches 0 km (0 miles) may result in
2. Oil replacement indicator
reduced engine performance.
When the set mileage approaches, the engine oil
The Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) may also be-
replacement indicator will appear on the display. Af-
come saturated because regeneration is re-
ter the oil is changed, reset the distance to oil
stricted once the distance to oil change
change. The oil replacement indicator will not be
reaches 0 km (0 miles).
reset automatically. To reset this indicator, see
Have the vehicle inspected by an approved
“Settings” earlier in this section.
dealer or qualified workshop if the above con-
The distance to oil change interval cannot be ad-
dition occurs.
justed manually. The distance to oil change interval
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The oil change interval will reduce faster with
is set automatically.
certain types of driving, especially at low
CAUTION
speeds in urban conditions.
The clock and outside air temperature are dis-
If the oil replacement indicator is displayed,
3. Low level reminder
played on the upper side of the vehicle information
change the engine oil as soon as possible. Op-
display.
If the low level indicator is displayed, the engine oil
erating your vehicle with deteriorated oil can
level is low. If the low level reminder is displayed,
[Clock]
damage the engine.
check the level using the engine oil dipstick. (See
For details of how to set the clock, see “Settings”
Never perform reset if the engine oil was not
“Checking engine oil level” in the “8. Maintenance
earlier in this section or the separately provided
changed. Always visit an approved dealer or
and do-it-yourself” section.)
Touchscreen Navigation Owner's manual.
qualified workshop to perform the engine oil
CAUTION
change including an oil filter change and the
[Outside Temp.] (°C or °F)
reset.
The oil level should be checked regularly using
The outside air temperature is displayed in °C or °F
the engine oil dipstick. Operating with an insuffi-
NOTE
in the range of −40 to 60°C (−40 to 140°F).
cient amount of oil can damage the engine and
such damage is not covered by the warranty.
The outside air temperature mode includes a low
It is not possible to undo the reset.
temperature warning feature. If the outside air tem-
Resetting the oil change distance is only pos-
4. Oil level sensor warning
perature is below 3°C (37°F), the warning is dis-
sible when:
If the oil sensor warning is displayed, the engine oil
played on the screen (where fitted).
- The distance to oil change is displayed in
level sensor may be malfunctioning. Contact an ap-
the vehicle information display.
proved dealer or qualified workshop immediately.
- The oil replacement indicator is displayed
in the vehicle information display.
Instruments and controls
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HEADLIGHT AND TURN SIGNAL
SWITCH
The outside temperature sensor is located in front
HEADLIGHT SWITCH
m position
of the radiator. The sensor may be affected by road
or engine heat, wind directions and other driving
The
position turns on the front clearance, in-
conditions. The display may differ from the actual
strument panel, tail and number plate lights.
outside temperature or the temperature displayed
m position
on various signs or billboards.
The
position turns on the headlights in addi-
tion to the other lights.
Headlight beam
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RENAULT recommends that you consult the local
regulations concerning the use of lights.
AUTO position
When the ignition switch is in the ON position and
the headlight switch is in the <AUTO> position, the
headlights, front clearance lights, instrument panel
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lights, rear combination lights and other lights turn
on automatically depending on the brightness of
the surroundings.
To turn on the high beam, push the lever towards
The headlights will turn on automatically at twilight
the front position.
or in rainy weather (when the windscreen wiper is
To turn off the high beam, return the lever to the
operated continuously).
neutral position.
When the ignition switch is placed in the OFF posi-
To flash the headlights, pull the lever towards the
tion, the lights will turn off automatically.
rearmost position. The headlights can be flashed
even when the headlights are not on.
CAUTION
Do not place any objects on top of the brightness
Friendly lighting (where fitted):
sensor. The sensor senses the brightness level
When the lever is pulled towards the rearmost posi-
and controls the autolight function. If the sensor
tion after the ignition switch is placed in the OFF
is covered, it reacts as if it is dark, and the head-
or LOCK position, the headlights will turn on and
lights will illuminate.
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Instruments and controls
stay on for 30 seconds. Each time the lever is pulled
When driving with no heavy load/luggage or driving
TURN SIGNAL SWITCH
towards the rearmost position 30 seconds are
on a flat road, select the normal position <0>.
added to the timer.
If the number of occupants and load/luggage in the
The lever can be pulled up to 4 times for 2 minutes
vehicle changes, the headlight axis may become
of illumination.
higher than normal.
Daytime running light system
If the vehicle is travelling on a hilly road, the head-
lights may directly shine on the rearview and out-
(where fitted)
side mirrors of a vehicle ahead or the windscreen of
Even if the headlight switch is in the OFF position,
an oncoming vehicle, which may obscure another
the daytime running lights will come on after start-
drivers' vision.
ing the engine.
To adjust to the proper aiming height, turn the
When the light switch is turned to the
or
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switch accordingly. The higher the number, desig-
position, the daytime running light will turn off.
nated on the switch, the lower the headlight axis.
CAUTION
HEADLIGHT AIMING CONTROL
Automatic type
(where fitted)
The turn signal switch will not be cancelled auto-
For vehicles fitted with an automatic levelling sys-
matically if the steering wheel turning angle does
Manual type
tem, the headlight axis is controlled automatically.
not exceed the preset amount. After the turn or
BATTERY SAVER SYSTEM
lane change, make sure that the turn signal
switch is returned to its original position.
(where fitted)
The light reminder chime will sound if the headlight
Turn signal
switch is in either the
or
position and
To turn on the turn signals, move the lever up or
when the driver's door is opened with the ignition
down to the point where the lever latches. When
switch in the ACC, OFF or LOCK position.
the turn is completed, the turn signal cancels auto-
If the ignition switch is placed in the OFF or LOCK
matically.
position while the headlight switch is in the
or
Lane change signal
position, the battery saver function will turn
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off the lights after a period of time to prevent the
To turn on the lane change signals, move the lever
battery from being discharged.
up or down to the point where the light begins
to flash.
The headlight aiming control operates when the ig-
CAUTION
If the lever is moved back to its original position
nition switch is in the ON and the headlight switch
Do not leave the lights on when the engine is not
right after moving up or down, the light will flash 3
is in the
position to allow the headlight axis to
running for extended periods of time to prevent
times.
be adjusted according to the driving condition.
the battery from being discharged.
Instruments and controls
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FOG LIGHT SWITCH
(where fitted)
To cancel the flashing, move the lever to the oppo-
FRONT FOG LIGHTS (where fitted)
REAR FOG LIGHT (where fitted)
site direction.
The rear fog light should only be used when visibil-
See “Settings” earlier in this section to enable/dis-
ity is seriously reduced - generally, to less than 100
able the lane change signal.
m (328 ft).
To turn the rear fog light on, turn the headlight
switch to the
or
position and turn the
fog light switch to the
position. The rear fog
light and indicator light will come on. The fog light
switch will return to the
position. For additional
information, see “Warning lights, indicator lights and
audible reminders” earlier in this section.
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If the front fog lights (where fitted) are already
turned on with the headlight switch in the
po-
The front fog lights should only be used when vis-
sition, you can turn on the rear fog light without first
ibility is seriously reduced - generally, to less than
turning the headlight switch to the
or <AUTO>
100 m (328 ft).
position.
To turn the front fog lights on, turn the headlight
To turn the rear fog light off, turn the fog light switch
switch to the <AUTO>,
or
position and
to the
position again.
turn the fog light switch to the
position. The
front fog lights and indicator light will come on. For
NOTE
additional information, see “Warning lights, indica-
If the headlight switch is turned to the <AUTO>
tor lights and audible reminders” earlier in this sec-
position, the rear fog light will switch off auto-
tion.
matically.
To turn the front fog lights off, turn the fog light
switch to the <AUTO> position. The front fog lights
and indicator light will turn off.
NOTE
If the headlight switch is turned to the <AUTO>
position (and the front fog lights are turned on),
the front fog lights will switch on/off automati-
cally together with the headlights.
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WIPER AND WASHER SWITCH
DEFOGGER SWITCH
(where fitted)
The windscreen wiper and washer operate when
WARNING
the ignition switch is in the ON position.
In freezing temperatures, the washer fluid may
Wiper operation
freeze on the windscreen and obscure your vi-
sion. Warm the windscreen with the defogger be-
The lever position operates the wiper intermit-
fore you wash the windscreen.
tently.
CAUTION
The intermittent operation can be adjusted by turn-
ing the adjustment control knob, (shorter)
A or
Do not operate the washer continuously for
(longer)
B.
longer than 30 seconds.
The lever position operates the wiper at low
Do not operate the washer if the window
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speed.
washer fluid reservoir is empty.
Type A
The lever position > operates the wiper at high
If the wiper operation is interrupted by snow
speed.
or ice, the wiper may stop moving to protect
its motor. If this occurs, turn the wiper switch
To stop the wiper operation, move the lever up to
to the OFF position and remove the snow or
the <OFF> position.
ice on and around the wiper arms. In approxi-
Push the lever up for a single sweep of the wiper.
mately 1 minute, turn the switch on again to
The lever automatically returns to its original posi-
operate the wiper.
tion.
WINDSCREEN WIPER AND WASHER
Washer operation
SWITCH
Pull the lever towards you to operate the washer.
For every fifth operation of the wiper and washer,
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the headlight washing system (where fitted) will be
Type B
activated to clean the headlights. The headlight
washing system is only activated while the head-
light switch is in the
position. See “Headlight
cleaner (where fitted)” later in this section.
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HEADLIGHT CLEANER
(where fitted)
To turn the rear window defogger off manually, push
To clean the headlights, pull the windscreen washer
the defogger switch again.
switch towards you while the headlight switch is in
the
position and the ignition switch is in the ON
CAUTION
position.
When operating the defogger continuously, be
sure to start the engine. Otherwise, it may
NOTE
cause the battery to discharge.
The headlight cleaner will automatically operate
When cleaning the inner side of the window,
every fifth operation of the wiper and washer
be careful not to scratch or damage the elec-
switch.
trical conductors on the surface of the win-
HEADLIGHT CLEANER SWITCH
dow.
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(where fitted)
Type C - LHD
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Headlight cleaner switch (where fitted)
Type C - RHD
The headlight cleaner operates when the headlight
The rear window defogger switch operates when
and turn signal switch is in the
position and
the ignition switch is in the ON position.
the ignition switch is in the ON position.
The defogger is used to reduce the moisture, fog or
To operate the headlight cleaner push the head-
frost on the rear window and outside rearview mir-
light cleaner switch located on the driver's side,
ror (where fitted) surfaces to improve the rear view.
lower left side of the instrument panel.
When the defogger switch is pushed, the indicator
light
A illuminates and the rear window defogger
operates for approximately 15 minutes. After the
preset time has passed, the defogger will turn off
automatically.
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HORN
WINDOWS
CAUTION
MANUAL WINDOWS (where fitted)
Do not operate the cleaner continuously for
more than 15 seconds.
Do not operate the cleaner if the washer fluid
reservoir is empty or frozen.
See “Window washer fluid” in the “8. Maintenance
and do-it-yourself” section for details on refilling the
reservoir tank.
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The horn switch operates regardless of the ignition
switch position except when the battery is
The side windows can be opened or closed by
discharged.
turning the hand crank on each door.
When the horn switch is pushed and held, the horn
POWER WINDOWS (where fitted)
will sound. Releasing the horn switch will cease the
horn sound.
WARNING
Make sure that all passengers have their
hands, etc. inside the vehicle before operating
the power windows.
To help avoid risk of injury or death through
unintended operation of the vehicle and/or its
systems, do not leave children, people who re-
quire the assistance of others, or pets unat-
tended in your vehicle. Additionally, the tem-
perature inside a closed vehicle on a warm day
can quickly become high enough to cause a
significant risk of injury or death to people and
pets.
The power windows operate when the ignition
switch is in the “ON” position.
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To open a window, push down the power window
Passenger’s window switch
The automatic function enables a window to fully
switch.
open or close without holding the switch down or
up.
To close a window, pull up the power window switch.
To fully open the window, push the power window
Driver’s main window switch
switch down to the second detent and release the
switch. To fully close the window, pull the power
window switch up to the second detent and release
the switch. The switch does not have to be held
during window operation.
To stop the window open/close operation during
the automatic function, push down or pull up the
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switch in opposite directions.
Auto-reverse function:
The passenger's switch can control its correspond-
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ing window.
WARNING
When the passenger's windows lock button on the
There is a small distance just before the closed
driver's switch is pushed in, the passenger's switch
The driver’s switch, which is the main switch, can
position which cannot be detected. Make sure
cannot be operated.
control all of the windows.
that all passengers have their hands, etc. inside
Automatic function
the vehicle before closing the windows.
Locking passenger's windows:
The auto-reverse function enables a window to au-
When the lock button is pushed in, the passen-
tomatically reverse when something is caught in
ger's windows cannot be operated.
the window as it is closing by the automatic func-
To cancel the passenger's windows lock, push the
tion. When the control unit detects an obstacle, the
lock button again.
window will be lowered immediately.
Depending on the environment or driving condi-
tions, the auto-reverse function may activate if an
impact or load similar to something being caught in
the window occurs.
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The automatic function is available for the switch
that has an
mark on its surface.
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POWER OUTLETS
If the window does not close
The power outlet is used to power electrical acces-
automatically
sories.
If the power window automatic function (closing
only) does not operate properly, perform the follow-
ing procedure to initialise the power window sys-
tem.
1. With the engine running.
2. Close the door.
3. Open the window completely by operating the
power window switch.
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Console box (where fitted)
4. Pull the power window switch and hold it to close
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the window, and then hold the switch more than
Use the cutout
A between the lid and the console
Instrument panel (upper)
3 seconds after the window is closed completely.
box to route a connected power cable with the con-
sole box lid closed.
5. Release the power window switch. Operate the
window by the automatic function to confirm the
initialisation is complete.
WARNING
If the power window automatic function does not
Do not place any objects on the instrument panel.
operate properly after performing the procedure
Such objects may become dangerous projectiles
above, have your vehicle checked by an approved
and cause injury if a supplemental air bag inflates
dealer or qualified workshop.
(where fitted).
CAUTION
Do not leave a power cable on the instrument
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panel in direct sunlight. The surface of the in-
Instrument panel (lower)
strument panel may become very hot result-
ing in damage to the power cable.
Do not put a liquid container near the power
outlet. Spilled contents may get into the power
outlet and can result in a malfunction.
The outlet and plug may be hot during or im-
mediately after use.
This power outlet is not designed for use with
a cigarette lighter unit.
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STORAGE
Do not use accessories that exceed a com-
CONSOLE BOX
bined power draw of 12 volt, 120W (10A)
WARNING
Do not use double adapters or more than one
The storage compartments should not be
electrical accessory.
used while driving so that the full attention
may be given to vehicle operation.
Use this power outlet with the engine running
to avoid discharging the vehicle battery.
Keep the storage lids closed while driving to
help prevent injury in an accident or a sudden
Avoid using when the air conditioner, head-
stop.
lights or rear window defogger is on (where
fitted).
GLOVE BOX
Push the plug in as far as it will go. If good con-
tact is not made, the plug may overheat or the
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internal temperature fuse may blow.
Before inserting or disconnecting a plug, be
To open the console box lid, push up the knob
A
sure that the electrical accessory being used
and pull up the lid.
is turned OFF.
To close, push the lid down until the lock latches.
When not in use, be sure to close the cap. Do
not allow water or any liquid to contact the
SUNGLASSES HOLDER
outlet.
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To open the glove box, pull the handle.
To close, push the lid in until the lock latches.
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WARNING
Keep the sunglasses holder closed while driving
to avoid obstructing the driver's view and to help
prevent an accident.
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CAUTION
CAUTION
The front and rear (where fitted) soft bottle holders
are located on the doors.
Do not use for anything other than sunglasses.
Avoid abrupt starting and braking especially
when the cup holder is being used to prevent
CAUTION
Do not leave sunglasses in the sunglasses
spilling the contents. If the contents are hot,
holder while parking in direct sunlight. The
Do not use bottle holder for any other objects
they could scald you or your passengers.
heat may damage the sunglasses.
that could be thrown about in the vehicle and
To open the sunglasses holder, push and release.
Use only soft cups in the cup holder. Hard ob-
possibly injure people during sudden braking
jects can injure you in an accident.
or an accident.
Only store one pair of sunglasses in the holder.
Centre console (front separate seat
Do not use bottle holder for open liquid con-
CONSOLE SIDE POCKETS
tainers.
models)
ROOF RAILS (where fitted)
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To open the console box lid, push up the knob
A
and pull up the lid.
Soft bottle holder
Do not apply any load directly to the roof side rails.
To close, push the lid down until the lock latches.
Cross bars must be installed before applying load/
CUP HOLDERS (where fitted)
cargo/luggage to the roof of the vehicle.
The service load capacity for the roof side rails is
WARNING
100 kg (221 lb) evenly distributed, however do not
The driver must not remove or insert cups into
exceed the accessory cross bars load capacity.
the cup holder while driving so that full attention
may be given to vehicle operation.
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Example
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