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Renault Alaskan (2018 year). Manual in english - page 14

 

 

TYRES AND WHEELS
If you have a flat tyre, see “Flat tyre” in the “6. In case
All season tyres
tion capabilities of studded snow tyres on wet or
of emergency” section.
dry surfaces may be poorer than that of non-stud-
RENAULT specifies all season tyres on some models
ded snow tyres.
TYRE INFLATION PRESSURE
to provide good performance all year, including
snowy and icy road conditions. All season tyres are
Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) model
Periodically check the pressure of the tyres, includ-
identified by ALL SEASON and/or M&S on the tyre
ing the spare. An incorrect tyre pressure may ad-
CAUTION
sidewall. Snow tyres have better snow traction than
versely affect tyre life and vehicle handling. The tyre
all season tyres and may be more appropriate in
Always use tyres of the same type, size, brand,
pressure should be checked when tyres are COLD.
construction (bias, bias-belted or radial), and
some areas.
Tyres are considered COLD after the vehicle has
tread pattern on all four wheels. Failure to do
been parked for 3 or more hours, or driven less than
Summer tyres
so may result in a circumference difference
1.6 km (1 mile). COLD tyre pressures are shown on
RENAULT specifies summer tyres on some models
between tyres on the front and rear axles
the tyre placard.
to provide superior performance on dry roads. Sum-
which will cause excessive tyre wear and may
Insufficient pressure can lead to an overheating of
mer tyre performance is substantially reduced in
damage the transmission, transfer case and
the tyre and subsequent internal damage. At high
snow and ice. Summer tyres do not have the tyre
differential gears.
speeds, this could result in tread separation and
traction rating M&S on the tyre sidewall.
ONLY use spare tyres specified for the 4WD
even bursting of the tyre.
If you plan to operate your vehicle in snowy or icy
model.
TYPES OF TYRES
conditions, RENAULT recommends the use of snow
If excessive tyre wear is found, it is recommended
or all season tyres on all four wheels.
that all four tyres be replaced with tyres of the same
CAUTION
size, brand, construction and tread pattern. The tyre
Snow tyres
When changing or replacing tyres, be sure all four
pressure and wheel alignment should also be
tyres are of the same type (that is, summer, all
If snow tyres are needed, it is necessary to select
checked and corrected as necessary. Contact an
season or snow) and construction. An approved
tyres equivalent in size and load rating to the origi-
approved dealer or qualified workshop.
dealer or qualified workshop may be able to help
nal equipment tyres. If you do not, it can adversely
you with information about tyre type, size, speed
affect the safety and handling of your vehicle.
TYRE CHAINS
rating and availability.
Generally, snow tyres have lower speed ratings than
Use of tyre chains may be prohibited according to
Replacement tyres may have a lower speed rating
factory equipped tyres and may not match the po-
location. Check the local laws before installing tyre
than the factory equipped tyres, and they may not
tential maximum vehicle speed. Never exceed the
chains. When installing tyre chains, make sure that
match the potential maximum vehicle speed. Never
maximum speed rating of the tyre. If you install
they are of proper size for the tyres on your vehicle
exceed the maximum speed rating of the tyre.
snow tyres, they must be the same size, brand, con-
and are installed according to the chain manufac-
struction and tread pattern on all four wheels.
turer’s instructions.
For additional traction on icy roads, studded tyres
Use chain tensioners when recommended by the
may be used. However, some states and provinces
tyre chain manufacturer to ensure a tight fit. Loose
prohibit their use. Check local, state and provincial
end links of the tyre chains must be secured or re-
laws before installing studded tyres. Skid and trac-
moved to prevent the possibility of whipping action
damage to the wings or underbody. If possible,
Maintenance and do-it-yourself
8-27
avoid fully loading your vehicle when using tyre
The original tyres have a built-in tread wear indica-
chains. In addition, drive at a reduced speed. Other-
WARNING
tor. When the wear indicator is visible, the tyre
wise, your vehicle may be damaged and/or vehicle
After rotating the tyres, adjust the tyre pres-
should be replaced.
handling and performance may be adversely af-
sure.
Improper service of a spare tyre may result in seri-
fected.
Retighten the wheel nuts when the vehicle has
ous personal injury. If it is necessary to repair the
Tyre chains must be installed only on the rear
been driven for 1,000 km (600 miles) (also in
spare tyre, contact an approved dealer or qualified
wheels and not on the front wheels.
cases of a flat tyre, etc.).
workshop.
Do not drive with tyre chains on paved roads which
Do not include the spare tyre in tyre rotation.
TYRE AGE
are clear of snow. Driving with chains in such condi-
Incorrect tyre selection, fitting, care or main-
Never use a tyre over six years old, regardless of
tions can cause damage to the various mechanisms
tenance can affect vehicle safety with risk of
whether it has been used or not.
of the vehicle due to some overstress.
accident and injury. If in doubt, consult an ap-
Tyres degrade with age as well as with the vehicle
TYRE ROTATION
proved dealer or qualified workshop or the
usage. Have your tyres checked and balanced often
tyre manufacturer.
by a repair shop or, if you prefer, an approved dealer
TYRE WEAR AND DAMAGE
or qualified workshop.
CHANGING TYRES AND WHEELS
WARNING
Do not install a deformed wheel or tyre even if it
has been repaired. Such wheels or tyres could
have structural damage and could fail without
warning.
SDI1662Z
When replacing a tyre, use the same size, speed rat-
ing and load carrying capacity as originally
RENAULT recommends that tyres be rotated every
SDI1663Z
equipped. (See “Tyres and wheels” in the “9. Techni-
5,000 km (3,000 miles) for Four-Wheel Drive (4WD)
cal information” section for recommended types
or every 10,000 km (6,000 miles) for Two-Wheel
and sizes of tyres and wheels.) The use of tyres other
: Wear indicator
Drive (2WD) model. However, the timing for tyre ro-
than those recommended or the mixed use of tyres
tation may vary according to your driving habits and
: Wear indicator location mark
of different brands, construction (bias, bias-belted,
the road surface conditions. (See “Flat tyre” in the
Tyres should be periodically inspected
for wear,
or radial), or tread patterns can adversely affect the
“6. In case of emergency” section for the tyre re-
cracking, bulging or objects caught in the tread. If
ride, braking, handling, ground clearance, body-to-
placement.)
excessive wear, cracks, bulging or deep cuts are
tyre clearance, snow chain clearance, speedometer
found, the tyre should be replaced immediately.
8-28
Maintenance and do-it-yourself
calibration, headlight aim and bumper height. Some
In order to avoid malfunction adhere to the follow-
of these effects may lead to accidents and could
ing:
result in serious personal injury.
Never drive at speeds above 80 km/h (50 MPH).
If the wheels are changed for any reason, always
Drive with special caution when a temporary
replace with wheels which have the same offset di-
spare wheel is mounted.
mension. Wheels of a different offset could cause
early tyre wear, possibly degraded vehicle handling
Never mount more than 1 temporary spare tyre
at a time to the same vehicle.
characteristics and/or interference with the brake
discs/drums. Such interference can lead to
For tyre inflation pressure, apply same pressure
decreased braking efficiency and/or early brake
as specified for the axle the tyre is mounted on,
pad/shoe wear.
unless there is another indication on the tyre
placard. See, “Tyre placard” in the “9. Technical
WHEEL BALANCE
information” section.
Unbalanced wheels may affect vehicle handling and
Disable ESP when a temporary spare wheel is
tyre life. Even with regular use, wheels can get out of
mounted. See, “Electronic Stability Programme
balance. Therefore, they should be balanced as re-
(ESP) system (where fitted)” in the “5. Starting and
quired.
driving” section.
SPARE TYRE
Never tow a trailer when a temporary use only
spare tyre is mounted.
Conventional spare tyre (where fitted)
A standard tyre (the same size as the road wheels)
is supplied with your vehicle.
Temporary spare tyre (where fitted)
The temporary spare tyre is a different size from the
road wheels.
Temporary spare tyres can be distinguished as fol-
lows:
— Tyre and wheel size differs from the four mounted
tyres and wheels.
— There is a label in the wheel with a speed limita-
tion.
Maintenance and do-it-yourself
8-29
9 Technical information
Recommended fluids/lubricants and capacities
9-2
Vehicle identification
9-7
Fuel information
9-2
Vehicle identification label
9-7
Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF)
9-2
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) plate
9-7
Air conditioner system refrigerant and
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
9-7
lubricant
9-2
Engine serial number
9-7
Engine
9-3
Tyre placard
9-8
Tyres and wheels
9-4
Air conditioner specification label
9-8
Dimensions
9-5
Installation of an RF transmitter
9-8
Double Cab
9-5
Radio approval number and information
9-9
King Cab
9-6
Radio frequency approval
9-9
When travelling or registering in another country
9-7
RECOMMENDED FLUIDS/
LUBRICANTS AND CAPACITIES
Refer to the maintenance service booklet for your
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID
propriately recovered and recycled. Contact an ap-
vehicle for details of recommended fluids/
proved dealer or qualified workshop when servic-
(ATF)
lubricants and capacities.
ing the air conditioner system.
Contact an approved dealer or qualified workshop
FUEL INFORMATION
if checking or replacement is required.
Diesel engine*
CAUTION
Compatible Fuels for Diesel Engine
Use only ATF that is recommended in the Main-
tenance Service Booklet. Do not mix with other
The diesel engine is compatible with current and
fluids.
future European standards for bio-fuel.
Diesel conforming to EN16734 and
Using automatic transmission fluid other than
mixed with a bio-fuel conforming to
the ATF that is recommended in the Mainte-
EN14214 (incorporating between 0 and
nance Service Booklet may cause deteriora-
10% Fatty Acid Methyl Esters).
tion in driveability and automatic transmis-
sion durability and may damage the
M9T 2.3DCI engine:
automatic transmission. Such damage is not
Diesel fuel above 50 cetane and with less than 10
covered by the warranty.
ppm of sulphur (EN590) must be used.
AIR CONDITIONER SYSTEM
If two types of diesel fuel are available, use
REFRIGERANT AND LUBRICANT
summer or winter fuel properly according to
the following temperature conditions.
The air conditioner system of your vehicle must be
charged with the refrigerant HFC-134a (R134a) and
Above -7°C (20°F) ... Summer type diesel fuel.
the lubricant specified in the maintenance service
Below -7°C (20°F) ... Winter type diesel fuel.
booklet for your vehicle.
CAUTION
CAUTION
Do not use home heating oil, petrol or other
Use of any other refrigerants or lubricants will
alternate fuels in your diesel engine. The use
cause severe damage, and you may need to re-
of those or adding those to diesel fuel can
place your vehicle’s entire air conditioner system.
cause engine damage.
The release of refrigerants into the atmosphere is
Do not use summer fuel at temperatures be-
prohibited in many countries and regions. The re-
low -7°C (20°F). The cold temperatures will
frigerant HFC-134a (R-134a) in your vehicle will not
cause wax to form in the fuel. As a result, it
harm the Earth’s ozone layer. However, it may con-
may prevent the engine from running
tribute in a small part to the global warming effect.
smoothly.
RENAULT recommends that the refrigerant be ap-
9-2
Technical information
ENGINE
Engine Model
M9T 2.3DCI
Type
Diesel, 4-cycle
Cylinder arrangement
4-cylinder, in-line
Bore × Stroke
mm (in)
85 × 101.3 (3.346 × 3.988)
Displacement
cm3 (cu in)
2,298
(140.22)
Idle speed at the “N” (Neutral) posi-
rpm
750±50
tion
Camshaft operation
Timing chain
Technical information
9-3
TYRES AND WHEELS
205R16C
255/70R16
255/60R18
Conventional
Size
Tyre
110/108 S
111 T/108/104 S
112 T
Spare
Size
Conventional
Conventional
Conventional
255/70R16
Size
16 × 6J
16 × 7J
18 × 7J
Conventional
Offset mm
Road
55
(2.17)
45
(1.77)
45
(1.77)
(in)
wheel
Size
Conventional
Conventional
16 × 7J
Spare
Offset
Conventional
Conventional
45
(1.77)
See the tyre placard on your vehicle for the recom-
mended COLD tyre pressure.
9-4
Technical information
DIMENSIONS
DOUBLE CAB
mm (in)
Body type
Double Cab
Models without bed and rear bumper
5,120
(201.6)
Overall length
Models with bed and without rear bumper
5,300
(208.6)
Models with bed and rear bumper
5,330
(209.8)
Overall width
Wide body models
1,850
(72.8)
1,805
(71.1)*2*3*4
Overall height
Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) models
1,810
(71.3)*2*4
1,840
(72.4)*1
Front tread
1,570
(61.8)
Rear tread
1,570
(61.8)
Wheelbase
3,150
(124.0)
*1: Models with roof rail
*2: Models without roof rail
*3: 255/70R16 tyre equipped models
*4: 255/60R18 tyre equipped models
Technical information
9-5
KING CAB
mm (in)
Body type
King Cab
Models without bed and rear bumper
5,120
(201.6)
Overall length
Models with bed and without rear bumper
5,225
(205.7)
Models with bed and rear bumper
5,255
(206.9)
Narrow body models
1,790
(70.5)
Overall width
Wide body models
1,850
(72.8)
Two-Wheel Drive (2WD) models
1,780
(70.1)*1
Overall height
1,780
(70.1)*1
Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) models
1,785
(70.3)*2
1,790
(70.5)*3
Two-Wheel Drive (2WD) models
1,550
(61.0)*1
Front tread
1,550
(61.0)*1
Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) models
1,570
(61.8)*2*3
Two-Wheel Drive (2WD) models
1,550
(61.0)*1
Rear tread
1,550
(61.0)*1
Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) models
1,570
(61.8)*2*3
Wheelbase
3,150
(124.0)
*1:
205R16C tyre equipped models
*2: 255/70R16 tyre equipped models
*3: 255/60R18 tyre equipped models
9-6
Technical information
WHEN TRAVELLING OR
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
REGISTERING IN ANOTHER
COUNTRY
When planning to travel in another country or re-
It is prohibited to cover, paint, weld, cut, drill, alter or
The vehicle identification number plate is attached
gion, find out whether the fuel required for your
remove Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).
as shown. This number is the identification for your
vehicle is available in that country or region. Using a
vehicle and is used in the vehicle registration.
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION LABEL
low octane/cetane rated fuel may cause engine
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
damage. Therefore, be sure that the required fuel is
available wherever you go. For additional informa-
(VIN)
tion regarding recommended fuel, see earlier in this
section.
When transferring the registration of your vehicle
to another country, state, province or district, con-
tact the appropriate authorities to find out that the
vehicle complies with the local legal requirements.
In some cases, a vehicle cannot meet the legal re-
quirements, and it may be necessary to modify the
JVT0330XZ
vehicle to meet local laws and regulations. In addi-
tion, there may be possibilities that a vehicle cannot
be adapted in certain areas.
The vehicle identification label is affixed as illus-
STI0120AZ
The laws and regulations for motor vehicle emis-
trated.
sion control and safety standards vary according to
The vehicle identification number (chassis number)
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
the country, state, province or district; therefore, the
is stamped on the frame as shown.
(VIN) PLATE
vehicle specification may differ.
ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER
When any vehicles are to be taken into another
country, state, province or district, its modifica-
tion, transportation, registration, and any other
expenses which may result, are the responsibility
of the user. RENAULT is not responsible for any
inconveniences that may result.
JVT0352XZ
JVT0367XZ
M9T 2.3DCI engine
The number is stamped on the engine as shown.
Technical information
9-7
INSTALLATION OF AN RF
TRANSMITTER
TYRE PLACARD
For countries conforming to UN regulation No.10
or equivalent:
The installation of an RF transmitter in your vehicle
could affect electric equipment systems. Be sure to
check with your approved dealer or qualified work-
shop for precautionary measures or special instruc-
tions regarding installation. Upon request, your ap-
proved dealer or qualified workshop will provide the
detailed information (frequency band, power, an-
tenna position, installation guide, etc.) regarding in-
NTI404
stallation.
NTI406
The cold tyre pressures are shown on the tyre plac-
ard affixed to the driver's side rear access door (King
Cab model).
AIR CONDITIONER SPECIFICATION
LABEL
NTI405
The text on the larger label states “[Contains fluori-
nated greenhouse gases]”.
NTI403
The air conditioner specification labels are attached
to the underside of the bonnet as shown.
9-8
Technical information
RADIO APPROVAL NUMBER AND INFORMATION
RADIO FREQUENCY APPROVAL
All radio frequency products fitted to the vehicle range during production conform to the requirements of the Radio Equipment Directive (RED) 2014/53/EU.
The countries covered by this directive, or those which accept it, are: Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Den-
mark, Estonia, Finland, France, French Guyana, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Guadeloupe, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Lux-
embourg, Macedonia, Malta, Martinique, Mayotte, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Reunion, Romania, Saint Pierre & Miquelon, San
Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Tuvalu, United Kingdom.
VEHICLE RADIO FUNCTIONS
Frequency Range
Technology
Power/Magnetic Field
125 kHz (119 - 135 kHz)
Remote Keyless Entry Transponder
≤ 42 dBμA/m at 10 m
Ring
433 MHz (433.05 - 434.79 MHz)
Tyre Pressure Monitoring
≤ 10 mW e.r.p.
433.92 MHz (433.05 MHz - 434.79
Remote Keyless Entry
≤ 10 mW e.r.p.
MHz)
20 kHz (9 - 90 kHz)
Keyless Go system
≤ 72 dBμA/m at 10 m
2.4 GHz (2400 - 2483.5 MHz)
Bluetooth®, Wi-Fi
≤ 100 mW e.i.r.p.
824 - 894 MHz
GSM 850 (2G)
≤ 39 dBm e.i.r.p.
880 - 960 MHz
GSM 900 (2G)
≤ 39 dBm e.i.r.p.
1710 - 1880 MHz
GSM 1800 (2G)
≤ 36 dBm e.i.r.p.
1850 - 1890 MHz
GSM 1900 (2G)
≤ 33 dBm e.i.r.p.
1922 - 2168 MHz
W-CDMA Band I (3G)
≤ 24 dBm e.i.r.p.
24.05 - 24.25 GHz
24 GHz ISM Radar
≤ 100 mW e.i.r.p.
24.25 - 26.65 GHz
24 GHz UWB Radar
≤ -41,3 dBm/MHz e.i.r.p. mean
≤ 0 dBm/50MHz e.i.r.p. peak
76 - 77 GHz
77 GHz Radar
≤ 55 dBm e.i.r.p.
Technical information
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