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CAUTION
WARNING
Do not scratch the lens when cleaning dirt or
The 360° Camera is intended for day time use.
snow from the front of the camera.
Do not use the system in bad light conditions.
NOTE
The 360° Camera is a convenience feature. It is
not a substitute for proper vehicle operation
The colour of the view on the 360° Camera dis-
because it has areas where objects cannot be
play is different from the actual view because the
viewed. The four corners of the vehicle in par-
system uses infrared cameras.
ticular, are blind spots where objects do not
appear in the bird's-eye, front or rear views.
Always look out the windows and check to be
sure that it is safe to move. The driver is al-
ways responsible for safety during parking
and other manoeuvres.
Do not use the 360° Camera with the outside
mirror in the stored position, and make sure
that the tailgate is securely closed when oper-
ating the vehicle using the 360° Camera.
The distance between objects viewed on the
360° Camera differs from the actual distance.
The cameras are installed on the front grille,
the outside mirrors and above the rear num-
ber plate. Do not put anything on the cameras.
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When washing the vehicle with high-pressure
water, be sure not to spray it around the cam-
eras. Otherwise, water may enter the camera
There are some areas where the system will not
unit causing water condensation on the lens,
show objects. When in the front or the rear view dis-
a malfunction, fire or an electric shock.
play, an object below the bumper or on the ground
may not be viewed. When in the bird's-eye view,
Do not strike the cameras. They are precision
a tall object near the seam of the camera viewing
instruments. Doing so could cause a malfunc-
areas will not appear in the monitor.
tion or cause damage resulting in a fire or an
electric shock.
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Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
OPERATION
The 360° Camera display consists of the front, left,
right and rear screens. You can see a combination
of different views on the screens as illustrated.
A :Audioornavigationscreenbeforethe360°Cam-
era is operated.
: Front view and bird's-eye view
: Rear view and bird's-eye view
: Front view and front side view
: Rear view and front side view
: Shift lever into R (Reverse)
: Shift lever out of R (Reverse)
: Push the <CAMERA> button
There are two ways to start using the 360° Camera:
- Select R (Reverse) gear
- Push the <CAMERA> button
Starting with the shift lever operation
When the shift lever is shifted into the R (Re-
verse) position the
360° Camera starts
automatically and the rear view and bird's-eye
view are displayed.
When the shift lever is shifted out of the R (Re-
verse) position
A ,themonitorchangesfromthe
360° Camera screen to the audio or navigation
screen.
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Example for Left-Hand Drive (LHD) models, for the Right-Hand Drive (RHD) models, the screen layout will be opposite.
Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
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In R (Reverse) gear, the rear view and bird's-eye
GUIDE LINES
view are shown. The passenger’s side view on
the monitor changes to the front side view
WARNING
when the <CAMERA> button is pushed.
The distance guide line and the vehicle width
Push the <CAMERA> button again change to
line should be used as a reference only when
Rear View. When the shift lever is shifted out
the vehicle is on a paved, level surface. The dis-
of the R (Reverse), the screen changes to before
tance viewed on the monitor is for reference
reversing screen.
only and may be different than the actual dis-
Push the <CAMERA> button from to change
tance between the vehicle and displayed ob-
back to rear view and bird's-eye view.
jects.
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Starting with the CAMERA button
Use the displayed lines and the bird's-eye view
Front view
operation
as a reference. The lines and the bird's-eye
view are greatly affected by the number of oc-
When the <CAMERA> button is pushed, the 360°
cupants, fuel level, vehicle position, road con-
Camera operates and the front view and bird's-
dition and road grade.
eye view are displayed.
If the tyres are replaced with different sized
The front view and bird's-eye view are displayed
tyres, the predictive course line and the bird's-
. When the <CAMERA> button is pushed again
eye view may be displayed incorrectly.
, the view on the screen on the passenger’s
side changes to the front-side view. Pushing the
When driving the vehicle up a hill, objects
<CAMERA> button again turns the 360° Camera
viewed in the monitor are further than they
off.
appear. When driving the vehicle down a hill,
objects viewed in the monitor are closer than
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To change the driver's side screen between front
they appear. Use the mirrors or actually look
view and rear view use the shift lever.
Rear view
to properly judge distances to other objects.
When the shift lever is not in the R (Reverse) po-
Front and rear view
The vehicle width and predictive course lines are
sition and the vehicle speed increases above ap-
wider than the actual width and course.
Guiding lines, which indicate the vehicle width and
proximately
10
km/h (6 MPH), the monitor
distances to objects with reference to the vehicle
changes from 360° Camera screen to the audio
body line
A , are displayed on the monitor.
or navigation screen.
Distance guide lines:
Indicate distances from the vehicle body.
Red line: approx. 0.5 m (1.5 ft)
Yellow line: approx. 1 m (3 ft)
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Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
Green line: approx. 2 m (7 ft)
NOTE
Green line: approx. 3 m (10 ft)
When the monitor displays the front view and the
steering wheel turns about 90 degrees or less
Vehicle width guide lines and static predictive
from the neutral position, both the right and left
course lines:
predictive course linesare displayed. When the
Indicate the vehicle width when reversing.
steering wheel turns about 90 degrees or more, a
Dynamic predictive course lines:
line is displayed only on the opposite side of the
turn.
The dynamic predictive course lines will be
displayed on the monitor when the steering wheel
Bird's-eye view
is turned. The course lines will move depending on
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how much the steering wheel is turned and will not
WARNING
be displayed while the steering wheel is in the neu-
tral position.
Objects in the bird's-eye view will appear fur-
The bird's-eye view shows the overhead view of the
ther than the actual distance because the
The front view will not be displayed when the ve-
vehicle, which helps confirm the vehicle position
bird's-eye view is a pseudo view that is pro-
hicle speed is above 10 km/h (6 MPH).
and the predicted course to a parking space.
cessed by combining the views from the cam-
eras on the outside mirrors, the front and the
The vehicle icon shows the position of the ve-
WARNING
hicle.
rear of the vehicle.
The distance between objects viewed in the
Tall objects, such as a kerb or a vehicle, may be
NOTE
rear view differs from actual distance because
misaligned or not displayed at the seam of the
The size of the vehicle icon on the bird's-eye view
a wide-angle lens is used. Objects in the rear
views.
may differ somewhat from the actual vehicle.
view will appear visually opposite than when
Objects that are above the camera cannot be
viewed in the rear view and outside mirrors.
At first operation, the blind spot corner lines on
displayed.
all four corners of the vehicle icon are blinking yel-
On a snow-covered or slippery road, there may
The view for the bird's-eye view may be mis-
low for about 3 seconds. The four corners of the
be a difference between the predictive course
aligned when the camera position alters.
vehicle are displayed in red.
line and the actual course line.
A line on the ground may be misaligned and is
NOTE
The displayed lines on the rear view will ap-
not seen as being straight at the seam of the
pear slightly off to the right because the rear
The areas that the cameras cannot cover are
views. The misalignment will increase as the
view camera is not installed in the rear centre
indicated in black.
line proceeds away from the vehicle.
of the vehicle.
Blind spot corner lines blink (yellow) on all
four corners of the vehicle icon as a reminder
to be cautious. This is not a malfunction.
Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
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The front-of-vehicle line shows the front part of
Reversing on a steep uphill
the vehicle.
The side-of-vehicle line shows the vehicle width
including the outside mirror.
The extensions of both the front and side
lines are shown with a green dotted line.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PREDICTIVE
AND ACTUAL DISTANCES
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WARNING
Front-side view, Left-Hand Drive (LHD) models*
The distance guide line and the vehicle width
guide line on the front and the rear view should
be used as a reference only when the vehicle is on
a level, paved surface. The distance viewed on the
monitor is for reference only and may be differ-
ent than the actual distance between the vehicle
and displayed objects.
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Front-side view, Left-Hand Drive (LHD) models*
Front-side view
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*: For the Right-Hand Drive (RHD) models, the screen
layout will be shown opposite.
When moving the vehicle up a hill, the distance guide
lines and the vehicle width guide lines are shown
Guiding lines:
closer than the actual distance. For example, the
CAUTION
display shows 1 m (3 ft) to the place
A , but the ac-
The actual distance to objects may differ from the
tual 1 m (3 ft) distance on the hill is the place
B .Note
distance shown.
that any object on the hill is viewed in the monitor
Guiding lines that indicate the width and the front
further than it appears.
end of the vehicle are displayed on the monitor.
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Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
Reversing on a steep downhill
Reversing near a projecting object
The dynamic predictive course lines
A may show
that the vehicle is not touching the object. However,
the vehicle may hit the object if it projects over the
actual moving course.
WARNING
The distance viewed on the monitor is for refer-
ence only and may be different than the actual
distance between the vehicle and displayed ob-
jects.
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The predictive course lines
A do not touch the ob-
When moving the vehicle down a hill, the distance
ject in the display. However, the vehicle may hit the
guide lines and the vehicle width guide lines are
object if it projects over the actual moving course.
shown further than the actual distance. For
example, the display shows 1 m (3 ft) to the place
A , but the actual 1 m (3 ft) distance on the hill is the
place
B .Note that any object on the hill is viewed in
the monitor closer than it appears.
Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
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HOW TO ADJUST THE SCREEN VIEW
To adjust the display brightness of the 360° Cam-
era, use the settings described in the separately
provided Touchscreen Navigation owner's manual.
Do not adjust the settings while the vehicle is mov-
ing. Make sure the handbrake is firmly applied.
OPERATING TIPS
The screen displayed on the 360° Camera will
automatically return to the previous screen 3
minutes after the <CAMERA> button has been
pushed while the shift lever is in a position other
than the R (Reverse) position.
When the view is switched, the display images
on the screen may be displayed with some de-
lay.
When the temperature is extremely high or low,
the screen may not display objects clearly. This
is not a malfunction.
When strong light shines directly on to the cam-
era, objects may not be displayed clearly. This is
not a malfunction.
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The screen may flicker under fluorescent light.
This is not a malfunction.
The colours of objects on the 360° Camera dis-
There may be a small visible distance between the
Moving closer to a projecting object
play may differ somewhat from the actual colour
vehicle and the object in the bird’s-eye view
B on
The position
C is shown further than the position
of objects. This is not a malfunction.
the monitor.
B in the display. However, the position
C is actually
Objects on the monitor may not be clear and
at the same distance as the position
A .The vehicle
the colour of the object may differ in a dark envi-
may hit the object when moving toward the posi-
ronment. This is not a malfunction.
tion
A if the object projects over the actual moving
course.
There may be differences in sharpness between
each camera view of the bird's-eye view.
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Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
VENTS
If dirt, rain or snow accumulates on the camera,
CENTRE VENTS
SIDE VENTS
the 360° Camera may not display objects clearly.
Clean the camera.
Do not use alcohol, benzine or thinner to clean
the camera. This will cause discoloration. To
clean the camera, wipe with a cloth that has
been dampened with a diluted mild cleaning
agent and then wipe with a dry cloth.
Do not damage the camera because the moni-
tor screen may be adversely affected.
Do not use wax on the camera lens. Wipe off any
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wax with a clean cloth that has been dampened
with a mild detergent diluted with water.
Adjust the air flow direction of the vents by moving
Adjust the air flow direction of the vents by opening,
the centre knob (up/down, left/right) until the de-
closing or rotating.
sired position is achieved.
The side vents can be used for the side defogger.
This symbol indicates that the vents
m:
are closed. Moving the control to this
direction will close the vents.
This symbol indicates that the vents
m:
are open. Moving the control to this
direction will open the vents.
Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
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HEATER AND AIR CONDITIONER
REAR VENTS (where fitted)
Odours from inside and outside the vehicle
WARNING
can build up in the air conditioner unit. Odour
The heater and air conditioner operate only
can enter the passenger compartment
when the engine is running.
through the vents.
Never leave children or adults who would nor-
When parking, set the heater and air condi-
mally require the support of others alone in
tioner controls to turn off air recirculation to
the vehicle. Pets should not be left alone ei-
allow fresh air into the passenger compart-
ther. They could unknowingly activate
ment. This should help reduce odours inside
switches or controls, or move the vehicle, and
the vehicle.
inadvertently become involved in a serious ac-
cident and injure themselves. On hot, sunny
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days, temperatures in a closed vehicle could
quickly become high enough to cause severe
or possibly fatal injuries to people or animals.
Open/close the vents by moving the control to ei-
ther direction.
Do not use the recirculation mode for long pe-
riods as it may cause the interior air to become
This symbol indicates that the vents
stale and the windows to fog up.
m:
are closed. Moving the control to this
direction will close the vents.
Do not adjust the heating and air conditioning
This symbol indicates that the vents
controls while driving so that full attention
are open. Moving the control to this
may be given to vehicle operation.
m:
direction will open the vents.
The heater and air conditioner operate when the
engine is running. The air blower will operate even if
Adjust the air flow direction of the vents by moving
the engine is turned off and the ignition switch is
the centre knob (up/down, left/right) until the de-
placed in the ON position.
sired position is achieved.
NOTE
Condensation forms inside the air condition-
ing unit when the air conditioner (where fit-
ted) is running, and is safely discharged un-
derneath your vehicle.
Traces of water on the ground are therefore
normal.
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Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
OPERATING TIPS (models with
The sensors
A and
B , located on the instrument
panel, help maintain a constant temperature. Do
automatic air conditioner)
not put anything on or around the sensors.
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When the engine coolant temperature and outside
air temperature are low, the air flow from the foot
outlets may not operate. However, this is not a mal-
function. After the coolant temperature warms up,
the air flow from the foot outlets will operate nor-
mally.
Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
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Air flow control:
This dial allows you to select the air flow outlets.
Air flows from centre and side vents.
m
Air flows from centre and side vents
m
and foot outlets.
Air flows mainly from the foot outlets.
m
Air flows from the defogger and foot
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m
outlets.
Air flows mainly from the defogger
Fan speed control:
m
outlets.
MANUAL AIR CONDITIONER AND
HEATER (Type A)
Turn the fan speed control
dial clockwise to
Outside air circulation:
increase the fan speed.
1.
Air recirculation
button
Push the air recirculation
button. (The indica-
Turn the fan speed control
dial anticlockwise
2.
Rear defogger
button (See “Defogger
tor light will turn off.) The air flow is drawn from out-
to decrease the fan speed.
switch (where fitted)” in the “2. Instruments
side the vehicle.
and controls” section.) (where fitted)
Temperature control:
Select the outside air circulation mode for normal
Turn the temperature control dial to set the desired
heating or air conditioning operation.
3.
Temperature control dial
temperature. Turn the dial between the middle and
4.
A/C (air conditioner) button
Air recirculation:
the right position to select the hot temperature.
Push the air recirculation
button. (The indica-
5.
Fan speed control
dial
Turn the dial between the middle and the left posi-
tor light will illuminate.)
tion to select the cool temperature.
6.
Air flow control dial
The air flow is recirculated inside the vehicle.
Controls
A/C (Air Conditioner) operation:
Turning system on/off:
Push the A/C button to turn on or off the air condi-
To turn on the system, turn the fan speed control
tioner. When the air conditioner is on, the A/C indi-
dial out of the <0> position. Turn the dial
cator light on the button illuminates.
counter clockwise to the <0> position to turn off
the system.
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Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
Heater operation
4. Turn the temperature control dial to the desired
Air conditioner operation
position between the middle and the hot (right)
Heating:
The air conditioner system should be operated for
position.
approximately 10 minutes at least once a month.
This mode is used to direct heated air from the foot
To remove frost from the windscreen quickly,
This helps prevent damage to the air conditioner
outlets.
turn the temperature control dial to the maxi-
system due to the lack of lubrication.
1. Push the air recirculation
button for normal
mum position and the fan speed control
heating. (The indicator light will turn off.)
Cooling:
dial to the maximum position.
This mode is used to cool and dehumidify the air.
2. Turn the air flow control dial to the
position.
If it is difficult to defog the windscreen, turn the
1. Push the air recirculation
button. (The indi-
3. Turn the fan speed control
dial to the de-
A/C button on.
cator light will turn off.)
sired position.
Bi-level heating:
2. Turn the air flow control dial to the
position.
4. Turn the temperature control dial to the desired
This mode directs cool air from the side and centre
position between the middle and the hot (right)
vents and warm air from the foot outlets. When the
3. Turn the fan speed control dial to the desired po-
position.
temperature control dial is turned to the maximum
sition.
Ventilation:
hot or cool position, the air between the vents and
4. Push the A/C button on. (The A/C indicator light
the foot outlets is the same temperature.
will illuminate.)
This mode directs outside air from the side and
centre vents.
1. Push the air recirculation
button. (The indi-
5. Turn the temperature control dial to the desired
cator light will turn off.)
position between the middle and the cool (left)
1. Push the air recirculation
button. (The indi-
cator light will turn off.)
2. Turn the air flow control dial to the
position.
position.
2. Turn the air flow control dial to the
position.
3. Turn the fan speed control
dial to the de-
A visible mist may be seen coming from the vents in
sired position.
hot, humid conditions as the air is cooled rapidly.
3. Turn the fan speed control
dial to the de-
This does not indicate a malfunction.
sired position.
4. Turn the temperature control dial to the desired
position.
For quick cooling when the outside temperature
4. Turn the temperature control dial to the desired
is high, push the air recirculation
button.
position.
Heating and defogging:
(The indicator light will turn on.) Be sure to re-
Defrosting or defogging:
This mode heats the interior and defogs the win-
turn the air recirculation
button to turn off
dows.
for normal cooling.
This mode directs the air to the defogger outlets to
defrost/defog the windows.
1. Push the air recirculation
button. (The indi-
cator light will turn off.)
1. Turn the air flow control dial to the
position.
2. Turn the air flow control dial to the
position.
2. Push the air recirculation
button. (The indi-
cator light will turn off.)
3. Turn the fan speed control dial to the desired po-
sition.
3. Turn the fan speed control
dial to the de-
sired position.
4. Turn the temperature control dial to the maxi-
mum hot (right) position.
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Dehumidified heating:
This mode is used to heat and dehumidify the air.
1. Push the air recirculation
button. (The indi-
cator light will turn off.)
2. Turn the air flow control dial to the
position.
3. Turn the fan speed control
dial to the de-
sired position.
4. Push the A/C button on. (The A/C indicator light
will illuminate.)
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5. Turn the temperature control dial to the desired
position between the middle and the hot (right)
position.
MANUAL AIR CONDITIONER AND
Fan speed control:
Turn the fan speed control
dial clockwise to
Dehumidified defogging:
HEATER (Type B)
increase the fan speed.
This mode is used to defog the windows and dehu-
1.
A/C button/Fan speed control
dial
midify the air.
Turn the fan speed control
dial anticlockwise
2.
Air flow control buttons
to decrease the fan speed.
1. Push the air recirculation
button. (The indi-
3.
Temperature control dial
cator light will turn off.)
Ventilation:
4.
Front defogger
button
2. Turn the air flow control dial to the
position.
This mode directs outside air from the side and
5.
Rear defogger
button (See “Defogger
centre vents.
3. Turn the fan speed control
dial to the de-
switch (where fitted)” in the “2. Instruments
sired position.
1. Push the air recirculation
button. (The indi-
and controls” section.) (where fitted)
cator light will turn off.)
4. Push the A/C button on. (The A/C indicator light
6.
Air recirculation
button
will illuminate.)
2. Push the
button. (The indicator light will
Controls
turn on.)
5. Turn the temperature control dial to the desired
3. Turn the fan speed control
dial to the de-
position.
Turning system on/off:
sired position.
To turn on the system, turn the fan speed control
dial out of the <OFF> position. Turn the dial
4. Turn the temperature control dial to the desired
anticlockwise to the <OFF> position to turn off the
position.
system.
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Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
Temperature control:
Heater operation
level heating performance, do not select the air
Turn the temperature control dial to set the desired
recirculation mode. For the best defogging per-
Heating:
temperature. Turn the dial between the middle and
formance, do not select the air recirculation
This mode is used to direct heated air from the foot
mode.
the right position to select the hot temperature.
outlets.
Turn the dial between the middle and the left posi-
Bi-level heating:
tion to select the cool temperature.
1. Push the air recirculation
button for normal
This mode directs cool air from the side/centre
heating. (The indicator light will turn off.)
Air flow control:
vents and warm air from the foot outlets. (When the
2. Push the
button. (The indicator light will
Push one of the air flow control buttons to select
temperature control dial is turned to the maximum
the air flow outlets.
turn on.)
hot (right) or cool (left) position, the temperatures
3. Turn the fan speed control
dial to the de-
from the side/centre vents and the foot outlets will
Air flows mainly from centre and side
sired position.
be the same.)
m
vents.
4. Turn the temperature control dial to the desired
1. Push the air recirculation
button. (The indi-
Air flows mainly from centre and side
position between the middle and the hot (right)
cator light will turn off.)
m
vents and foot outlets.
position.
2. Push the
button. (The indicator light will
Air flows mainly from the foot outlet
and partly from the defogger.
Defrosting or defogging:
turn on.)
m
Air flows mainly from the defogger
This mode directs the air to the defogger outlets to
3. Turn the fan speed control
dial to the de-
and foot outlets.
defrost/defog the windows.
sired position.
m
1. Turn the fan speed control
dial to the de-
4. Turn the temperature control dial to the desired
Outside air circulation:
sired position.
position.
Push the air recirculation
button. (The indica-
2. Push the front defogger
button. (The indi-
Heating and defogging:
tor light will turn off.) The air flow is drawn from out-
cator lights on the front defogger
button
This mode heats the interior and defogs the win-
side the vehicle.
and the A/C button will turn on.) Then the air
dows.
Select the outside air circulation mode for normal
recirculation indicator light will turn off.
1. Push the air recirculation
button. (The indi-
heating or air conditioning operation.
3. Turn the temperature control dial to the desired
cator light will turn off.)
Air recirculation:
position between the middle and the hot (right)
2. Push the
button. (The indicator light will
Push the air recirculation
button on. (The indi-
position.
turn on.)
cator light will illuminate.)
To remove frost from the windscreen quickly, turn
3. Turn the fan speed control
dial to the de-
The air will recirculate inside the vehicle.
the temperature control dial to the maximum hot
sired position.
(right) position and the fan speed control
A/C (Air Conditioner) operation:
dial to the maximum position. For the best bi-
4. Turn the temperature control dial to the maxi-
Push the A/C button to turn on or off the air condi-
mum hot (right) position.
tioner. When the air conditioner is on, the A/C indi-
cator light on the button illuminates.
Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
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Air conditioner operation
Dehumidified heating:
The air conditioner system should be operated for
This mode is used to heat and dehumidify the air.
approximately 10 minutes at least once a month.
1. Push the air recirculation
button. (The indi-
This helps prevent damage to the air conditioner
cator light will turn off.)
system due to the lack of lubrication.
2. Push the
button. (The indicator light will
Cooling:
turn on.)
This mode is used to cool and dehumidify the air.
3. Turn the fan speed control
dial to the de-
1. Push the air recirculation
button. (The indi-
sired position.
cator light will turn off.)
4. Push the A/C button. (The indicator light will turn
on.)
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2. Push the
button. (The indicator light will
Left hand drive
turn on.)
5. Turn the temperature control dial to the desired
3. Turn the fan speed control
dial to the de-
position between the middle and the hot (right)
sired position.
position.
4. Push the A/C button. (The indicator light will turn
Dehumidified defogging:
on.)
This mode is used to defog the windows and dehu-
midify the air.
5. Turn the temperature control dial to the desired
position between the middle and the cool (left)
1. Push the front defogger
button. (The indi-
position.
cator lights on the front defogger
button
and the A/C button will turn on.) Then the air re-
A visible mist may be seen coming from the vents in
circulation indicator light will turn off.
hot, humid conditions as the air is cooled rapidly.
This does not indicate a malfunction.
2. Turn the fan speed control
dial to the de-
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sired position.
Right hand drive
For quick cooling when the outside temperature
is high, push the air recirculation
button.
3. Turn the temperature control dial to the desired
AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER
(The indicator light will turn on.) Be sure to re-
position.
turn the air recirculation
button to turn off
1.
Temperature control buttons
for normal cooling.
2.
Outside air circulation
button
3.
Air recirculation
button
4.
Display screen
5.
Front defogger
button
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6.
Rear defogger
button (See “Defogger
When the <DUAL> indicator light is not illumi-
and passenger side temperatures with the
switch (where fitted)” in the “2. Instruments
nated, pushing the
<DUAL> button
(the
corresponding temperature control buttons
and controls” section.)
<DUAL> indicator light will illuminate) allows
(
and
).
the user to independently change the driver
7.
Temperature control buttons
To cancel the separate temperature setting,
and passenger side temperatures with the
push the <DUAL> button (the <DUAL> indica-
8.
<DUAL> (zone control ON/OFF) button
corresponding temperature control buttons
tor light will turn off) and the driver's side
9.
A/C (Air Conditioner) button
(
and
).
temperature setting will be applied to both
10. Fan speed control
button
To cancel the separate temperature setting,
the driver and passenger sides.
push the <DUAL> button (the <DUAL> indica-
11.
<MODE> button
Do not set the temperature lower than the out-
tor light will turn off) and the driver's side
side air temperature. Doing so may cause the
12.
<AUTO> button
temperature setting will be applied to both
temperature to not be controlled properly.
13.
<ON·OFF> button
the driver and passenger sides.
If the windows fog up, use dehumidified heating
4. Push either the outside air circulation
but-
Automatic operation (AUTO)
instead of the A/C off heating.
ton or the air recirculation
button (the but-
The <AUTO> mode may be used year-round as the
Dehumidified defrosting/defogging:
ton with an indicator light illuminated) for ap-
system automatically controls the air conditioner
proximately 2 seconds to switch to the auto-
1. Push the front defogger
button (the
to a constant temperature, air flow distribution and
matic air intake control mode (the indicator light
indicator light will illuminate).
fan speed after the desired temperature is set
will blink twice).
manually.
2. Push the temperature control buttons (
and
A visible mist may be seen coming from the vents in
) to set the desired temperature.
To turn the heater and air conditioner on or off, push
hot, humid conditions as the air is cooled rapidly.
the <ON·OFF> button.
To quickly remove frost from the outside surface
This does not indicate a malfunction.
of the windscreen, set the temperature control
Cooling and dehumidified heating:
Heating (A/C off):
and the fan speed to the maximum levels.
1. Push the <AUTO> button (the <AUTO> indicator
1. Push the <AUTO> button (the <AUTO> indicator
After the windscreen is cleared, push the
light will illuminate).
light will illuminate).
<AUTO> button to return to the <AUTO> mode.
2. If the A/C indicator light is not illuminated, push
2. If the A/C indicator light is illuminated, push the
When the front defogger
button is pushed,
the A/C button (the A/C indicator light will illumi-
A/C button (the A/C indicator light will turn off).
the air conditioner will automatically turn on,
nate).
sensing the outside air temperature to defog the
3. Push the temperature control buttons (
and
3. Push the temperature control buttons (
and
windscreen. For the best defogging perfor-
) to set the desired temperature.
) to set the desired temperature.
mance, do not select the air recirculation mode.
When the <DUAL> indicator light is not illumi-
nated, pushing the
<DUAL> button
(the
Do not set the temperature too low when the
front defogger mode is on (the
indicator
<DUAL> indicator light will illuminate) allows
light is illuminated), because doing so may fog
the user to independently change the driver
up the windscreen.
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Manual operation
Outside air circulation:
The air conditioner system in your vehicle is charged
Push the outside air circulation button to draw the
with a refrigerant designed with the environment in
The manual mode can be used to control the heater
air flow from outside the vehicle. (The
indica-
mind.
and air conditioner to your desired settings.
tor light will illuminate.)
Fan speed control:
Air recirculation:
This refrigerant will not harm the earth’s ozone
Push the fan speed control
button ( + side or −
Push the air recirculation
button to circulate
layer. However, it may contribute in a small part to
side) to manually control the fan speed.
the air flow inside the vehicle. (The
indicator
global warming.
Air flow control:
light will illuminate.)
Special charging equipment and lubricant are re-
Push the <MODE> button to select the desired
Automatic air intake control:
quired when servicing your vehicle’s air conditioner.
mode:
Using improper refrigerants or lubricants will cause
Push either the outside air circulation
or the
Air flows from the centre and side
severe damage to the air conditioner system. (See
air recirculation
button (the button with an
m
vents.
“Recommended fluids/lubricants and capacities” in
indicator light illuminated) for approximately 2 sec-
the “9. Technical information” section.)
Air flows from the centre and side
onds. The
or
indicator light will blink
m
vents and foot outlets.
twice, and the air intake will then be controlled au-
An approved dealer or qualified workshop will be
Air flows mainly from the foot outlets
tomatically. When the automatic control is set, the
able to service your environmentally friendly air
system automatically alternates between the out-
conditioner system.
m
side air circulation
and the air recirculation
Air flows from the front defogger
Air conditioner filter
outlets and foot outlets.
modes (the indicator light of the active mode
m
will illuminate).
The air conditioner system is equipped with an air
conditioner filter which collects and neutralises dirt,
Temperature control:
To turn system on/off
pollen, dust, etc. To make sure that the air condi-
Push the temperature control buttons (
and
To turn off the heater and air conditioner, push the
tioner heats, defogs and ventilates efficiently, re-
) to set the desired temperature.
<ON·OFF> button.
place the filter in accordance with the specified
When the <DUAL> indicator light is not illumi-
maintenance intervals listed in the separate main-
SERVICING AIR CONDITIONER
nated, pushing the <DUAL> button (the <DUAL>
tenance booklet. To replace the filter, contact an ap-
indicator light will illuminate) allows the user to
proved dealer or qualified workshop.
independently change the driver and passenger
WARNING
The filter should be replaced if the air flow decreases
side temperatures with the corresponding tem-
The air conditioner system contains refrigerant
significantly or if windows fog up easily when oper-
perature control buttons (
and
).
under high pressure. To avoid personal injury, any
ating the heater or air conditioner.
To cancel the separate temperature setting,
air conditioner service should be done only by an
push the <DUAL> button (the <DUAL> indicator
experienced technician with the proper equip-
light will turn off) and the driver's side tempera-
ment.
ture setting will be applied to both the driver and
passenger sides.
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AUDIO SYSTEM (where fitted)
AUDIO OPERATION PRECAUTIONS
Compact Disc (CD) player
The CD player sometimes may not function
when the passenger compartment temperature
is extremely high. Lower the temperature before
WARNING
use.
Do not adjust the audio system while driving so
Do not expose the CD to direct sunlight.
that full attention may be given to vehicle opera-
tion.
CDs that are of poor quality, or are dirty,
scratched, covered with fingerprints, or that
Radio
have pin holes may not work properly.
Radio reception is affected by station signal
The following CDs may not work properly.
strength, distance from radio transmitter, build-
- Copy control compact discs (CCCD)
ings, bridges, mountains and other external in-
fluences. Intermittent changes in reception
- Recordable compact discs (CD-R)
quality normally are caused by these external
- Rewritable compact discs (CD-RW)
influences.
Do not use the following CDs as they may cause
Using a mobile phone in or near the vehicle may
the CD player to malfunction.
influence radio reception quality.
-
8 cm (3.1 in) discs
– CDs that are not round
- CDs with a paper label
- CDs that are warped, scratched or have un-
usual edges.
This audio system can only play prerecorded
CDs. It has no capabilities to record or burn CDs.
SAA0480
USB (Universal Serial Bus) Connection
Port
During cold weather or rainy days, the player
may malfunction due to the humidity. If this oc-
WARNING
curs, remove the CD from CD player and dehu-
Do not connect, disconnect or operate the USB
midify or ventilate the player completely.
device while driving. Doing so can be a distrac-
The player may skip while driving on rough
tion. If distracted you could lose control of your
roads.
vehicle and cause an accident or serious injury.
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CAUTION
Notes for iPod use:
Before using a Bluetooth® audio system, the ini-
tial registration process for the audio device is
Do not force the USB device into the USB port.
iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the
necessary.
Inserting the USB device tilted or up-side-
U.S. and other countries.
down into the port may damage the port.
Operation of the Bluetooth® audio system may
Improperly plugging in the iPod may cause a
Make sure that the USB device is connected
vary depending on the audio device that is con-
checkmark to be displayed on and off (flicker-
correctly into the USB port.
nected. Confirm the operation procedure before
ing). Always make sure that the iPod is
use.
Do not grab the USB port cover (where fitted)
connected properly.
when pulling the USB device out of the port.
The playback of Bluetooth® audio will be paused
An iPod nano (1st Generation) may remain in fast
This could damage the port and the cover.
under the following conditions. The playback will
forward or rewind mode if it is connected during
be resumed after the following conditions are
Do not leave the USB cable in a place where it
a seek operation. In this case, please manually
completed.
can be pulled unintentionally. Pulling the cable
reset the iPod.
may damage the port.
- while using a hands-free phone
An iPod nano (2nd Generation) will continue to
The vehicle is not equipped with a USB device. USB
fast-forward or rewind if it is disconnected dur-
- while checking a connection with a mobile
devices should be purchased separately as neces-
ing a seek operation.
phone
sary.
An incorrect song title may appear when the
The in-vehicle antenna for Bluetooth® commu-
This system cannot be used to format USB devices.
Play Mode is changed while using an iPod nano
nication is built in the system. Do not place the
To format a USB device, use a personal computer.
(2nd Generation).
Bluetooth® audio device in an area surrounded
by metal, far away from the system or in a nar-
In some areas, the USB device for the front seats
Audiobooks may not play in the same order as
row space where the device closely contacts the
plays only sound without images for regulatory rea-
they appear on an iPod.
body or the seat. Otherwise, sound degradation
sons, even when the vehicle is parked.
Large video files cause slow responses in an
or connection interference may occur.
This system supports various USB memory devices,
iPod. The vehicle centre display may momen-
While a Bluetooth® audio device is connected
USB hard drives and iPod players. Some USB de-
tarily black out, but will soon recover.
through the Bluetooth® wireless connection, the
vices may not be supported by this system.
If an iPod automatically selects large video files
battery power of the device may discharge
Partitioned USB devices may not play correctly.
while in the shuffle mode, the vehicle centre dis-
quicker than usual.
play may momentarily black out, but will soon
Some characters used in other languages (Chi-
This system is compatible with the Bluetooth®
recover.
nese, Japanese, etc.) may not appear properly in
AV profile (A2DP and AVRCP).
the display. Using English language characters
Bluetooth® audio player (where fitted)
Bluetooth® is a trademark
with a USB device is recommended.
Some Bluetooth® audio devices may not be used
owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.,
General notes for USB use:
with this system. For detailed information about
and licensed to Visteon Corpo-
m
ration and Robert Bosch
Refer to your device manufacturer's owner infor-
Bluetooth® audio devices that are available for
mation regarding the proper use and care of the
use with this system, contact an approved
GmbH.
device.
dealer or qualified workshop.
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Compact Disc (CD)/USB device with
Sampling frequency — Sampling frequency is the
MP3/WMA/AAC (where fitted)
rate at which the samples of a signal are con-
verted from analog to digital (A/D conversion)
Terms:
per second.
MP3 — MP3 is short for Moving Pictures Experts
Multisession — Multisession is one of the meth-
Group Audio Layer 3. MP3 is the most well known
ods for writing data to media. Writing data once
compressed digital audio file format. This format
to the media is called a single session, and writ-
allows for near “CD quality” sound, but at a frac-
ing more than once is called a multisession.
tion of the size of normal audio files. MP3 con-
version of an audio track from CD can reduce
ID3/WMA Tag — The ID3/WMA tag is the part of
the file size by approximately 10:1 ratio (Sampling:
the encoded MP3 or WMA file that contains in-
44.1 kHz, Bit rate: 128 kbps) with virtually no per-
formation about the digital music file such as
ceptible loss in quality. MP3
compression
song title, artist, album title, encoding bit rate,
removes the redundant and irrelevant parts of a
track time duration, etc. ID3 tag information is
sound signal that the human ear doesn’t hear.
displayed on the Album/Artist/Track title line on
the display.
WMA — Windows Media Audio (WMA) is a com-
pressed audio format created by Microsoft as
*
Windows® and Windows Media® are registered
an alternative to MP3. The WMA codec offers
trademarks and/or trademarks of Microsoft
greater file compression than the MP3 codec,
Corporation in the United States of America
enabling storage of more digital audio tracks in
and/or other countries.
the same amount of space when compared to
MP3s at the same level of quality.
AAC (where fitted) — Advanced Audio Coding
(AAC) is a compressed audio format. AAC offers
greater file compression than MP3 and enables
music file creation and storage at the same qual-
ity as MP3.
Bit rate — Bit rate denotes the number of bits
per second used by a digital music files. The size
and quality of a compressed digital audio file is
determined by the bit rate used when encoding
the file.
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Playback order:
ANTENNA
Music playback order of the CD with MP3/WMA/AAC
Roof antenna
(where fitted) is as illustrated above.
The folder names of folders not containing MP3/
WMA files are not shown in the display.
If there is a file in the top level of the disc, FOLDER
is displayed.
The playback order is the order in which the files
were written by the writing software, so the files
might not play in the desired order.
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A Root folder
JVH0666X
B Folder
C MP3/WMA
The antenna can be removed if necessary.
Hold the bottom of the antenna and remove by
turning anticlockwise.
To install the antenna, turn the antenna clockwise
and tighten.
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