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Fuses and bulbs

Colour

Amp rating

Red

10

Blue

15

Yellow

20

White or transparent

25

Green

30

Orange

40

CAUTION

Always carefully remove the fuse box

covers and refit them correctly to avoid
problems with your vehicle.

Protect the fuse boxes when open to

avoid the entry of dust or humidity. Dirt and
humidity inside fuse boxes can cause dam-
age to the electrical system.

Fuses in the engine compartment

Fig. 59 

In the engine compartment: fuse box

cover.

To open the engine compartment fuse box

Open the bonnet 

 

››› 

page 315

.

Move the attachment tabs forwards, in the

direction indicated by the arrow to release
the fuse box cover 

››› 

Fig. 59

.

Then lift the cover out.

To 

fit

 the cover, place it on the fuse box.

Push the attachment tabs back, in the oppo-
site direction indicated by the arrow until they
click audibly into place.

In is possible that there are more fuses behind
a cover in the lower left-hand side of the lug-
gage compartment.

Replace a blown fuse

Fig. 60 

Image of a blown fuse.

Fig. 61 

Removing or fitting a fuse

Preparations

Switch off the ignition, lights and all electri-

cal equipment.

Open the corresponding fuse box

››› 

page 58

››› 

page 59

.

»

59

Emergencies

Recognise a blown fuse

A fuse is blown if its metal strip is ruptured

››› 

Fig. 60

.

Point a lamp at the fuse to see if it has

blown.

To replace a fuse

If necessary, remove the plastic pincers

from the fuse box cover.

Small fuses

: fit the pincer in from above

››› 

Fig. 61

 

.

Large fuses

: move the pincer sideways over

the fuse 

››› 

Fig. 61

 

.

Remove the fuse.

Replace the blown fuse by one with an

identical

 amperage rating (same colour and

markings) and 

identical

 size.

Replace the cover again or close the fuse

box lid.

Changing bulbs

Introduction

Changing bulbs requires a certain degree of
practical skill. If you are unsure, SEAT recom-
mends that you consult a technical service or
request assistance from a specialist. In gen-
eral a specialist is needed if, in addition to the

bulbs, other vehicle components require re-
moval.

If you choose to change the engine compart-
ment lamps yourself, remember that it is a
dangerous area 

››› 

 in Working in the en-

gine compartment on page 315

.

Always use identical bulbs with the same
designation. The name can be found on the
base of the bulb holder.

Bulbs (12 V)

Full-LED headlights are designed to last the
lifetime of the car and light bulbs cannot be
replaced. In case of headlight failure, go to an
authorised workshop to have it replaced.

Light source used for each function

Halogen headlights.

Type

Dipped beam headlights

H7 LL

Main beam headlights/day-
time running lights (DRL)

H15 (double element)

Side lights

W5W

Turn signal

PY21W NA LL

AFS bi-xenon main
headlight

Type

Daytime running lights
(DRL)

P21W SLL

Side lights

W5W

AFS bi-xenon main

headlight

Type

Turn signal

PY21W NA LL

Dipped beam / Main beam

Xenon bulb. Visit an

authorised workshop
for replacement.

Front fog light

Type

Fog lights

HB4

LED rear lights

Type

Side/brake light

LED

Turn signal

WY21W

Reverse lights

W16W

WARNING

Take particular care when working on

components in the engine compartment if
the engine is warm. Risk of burns.

Bulbs are highly sensitive to pressure. The

glass can break when you touch the bulb,
causing injury.

When changing bulbs, please take care

not to injure yourself on sharp edges, in
particular on the headlight housing.

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Fuses and bulbs

CAUTION

Remove the ignition key before working

on the electric system. Otherwise, a short
circuit could occur.

Switch off the lights and the parking light

before changing a bulb.

Take good care to avoid damaging any

components.

For the sake of the environment

Please ask your specialist retailer how to
dispose of used bulbs in the proper manner.

Note

Please check at regular intervals that all

lighting (especially the exterior lighting) on
your vehicle is functioning properly. This is
not only in the interest of your own safety,
but also that of all other road users.

Before changing a bulb, make sure you

have the correct new bulb.

Do not touch the glass part of the bulb

with your bare hands, use a cloth or paper
towel instead, since the fingerprints left on
the glass will vaporise as a result of the
heat generated by the bulb, they will be
deposited on the reflector and will impair
its surface.

Depending on the level of equipment fit-

ted in the vehicle, LEDs may be used for
part or all of the interior and/or exterior
lighting. LEDs have an estimated life that

exceeds than that of the car. If an LED light
fails, go to an authorised workshop for its
replacement.

Replacing the halogen headlight
bulbs

Fig. 62 

In the engine compartment: coatings

on the left headlight.

Fig. 63 

Left headlight.

Dipped beam headlights
Daytime running lights
Main beam headlight and side light
Turn signals

There is no need to remove the headlight to
replace bulbs.

Complete operations only in the sequence
given:

Turn signals (small bulb holder)

Open the bonnet 

.

Rotate the bulb holder 

››› 

Fig. 62

 

1

 all the

way to the left and pull it out backwards to-
gether with the bulb.

Depending on the model, the bulb is re-
moved directly from the bulb holder or it
may need to be rotated and then removed.

Replace the faulty bulb with a new identical
bulb.

Place the bulb holder in the headlight and
rotate to the right all the way.

A

 Dipped beam headlights and 

B

 Day-

time running lights

Open the bonnet 

.

Remove the rubber cover on the rear of the
headlight.

»

A

B

C

1

61

Emergencies

Rotate the bulb holder to the left all the
way and pull it out backwards together
with the bulb.

Depending on the model, the bulb is re-
moved directly from the bulb holder or it
may need to be rotated and then removed.

Replace the faulty bulb with a new identical
bulb.

Place the bulb holder in the headlight and
rotate to the right all the way.

Insert the rubber cover.

C

 Main beam headlights

Open the bonnet 

.

Remove the rubber cover on the rear of the
headlight.

Press the wire clip downwards and pull the
bulb holder 

››› 

Fig. 63

 

2

 out together with

the bulb.

Depending on the model, the bulb is re-
moved directly from the bulb holder or it
may need to be rotated and then removed.

Replace the faulty bulb with a new identical
bulb.

Place the bulb holder in the headlight and
pull the wire clip upwards until it clicks into
place.

Insert the rubber cover.

C

 Side light

Open the bonnet 

.

Remove the rubber cover on the rear of the
headlight.

Pull the bulb holder 

››› 

Fig. 63

 

3

 out back-

wards together with the bulb.

Depending on the model, the bulb is re-
moved directly from the bulb holder or it
may need to be rotated and then removed.

Replace the faulty bulb with a new identical
bulb.

Place the bulb holder in the headlight and
insert completely.

Insert the rubber cover.

Note

The images show the left hand headlight
from behind. The structure of the right hand
side headlight is symmetric.

Replacing the xenon headlight
bulbs

Fig. 64 

In the engine compartment: turn signal

cover.

Fig. 65 

Turn signal bulb holder 

1

 and turning

light 

2

.

There is no need to remove the headlight to
replace bulbs.

Complete operations only in the sequence
given:

62

Fuses and bulbs

1

 Turn signal

Open the bonnet 

.

Rotate the cover 

››› 

Fig. 64

 in the direction

of the arrow and remove it.

Rotate the bulb holder 

››› 

Fig. 65

 

1

 all the

way to the left and pull it out backwards to-
gether with the bulb.

Depending on the model, the bulb is re-
moved directly from the bulb holder or it
may need to be rotated and then removed.

Replace the faulty bulb with a new identical
bulb.

Place the bulb holder in the headlight and
rotate to the right all the way.

Rotate the cover 

››› 

Fig. 64

 in the opposite

direction to the arrow as far as it will go.

2

 Cornering light

Open the bonnet 

.

Rotate the cover 

››› 

Fig. 64

 in the direction

of the arrow and remove it.

Press the wire clip downwards and pull the
bulb holder 

2

 

››› 

Fig. 65

 out together with

the bulb.

Depending on the model, the bulb is re-
moved directly from the bulb holder or it
may need to be rotated and then removed.

Replace the faulty bulb with a new identical
bulb.

Place the bulb holder in the headlight and
pull the wire clip upwards until it clicks into
place.

Rotate the cover 

››› 

Fig. 64

 in the opposite

direction to the arrow as far as it will go.

Always seek the help of a specialist when
changing the Xenon dipped beam and main
beam headlamps 

››› 

 in Introduction on

page 60

.

Note

The illustrations show the left hand head-
light. The structure of the right hand side
headlight is symmetric.

Replacing the front bumper bulb

Fig. 66 

On the right side of the front bumper:

disassembling the headlights.

Fig. 67 

Changing the bulbs in the headlights

Complete operations only in the sequence
given:

Pull the cover forwards, in the direction of
the arrow 

››› 

Fig. 66

.

Unscrew the attachment screw 

››› 

Fig. 66

1

 using the screwdriver from the vehicle

tool kit 

››› 

page 41

.

Tilt the headlight slightly forward and ex-
tract it from its lateral attachments

››› 

Fig. 67

 (small arrows).

Release the connector 

››› 

Fig. 67

 

1

 and re-

move it.

Rotate the bulb holder 

››› 

Fig. 67

 

2

 to the

left all the way, in the direction of the arrow,
and pull it out backwards together with the
bulb.

»

63

Emergencies

Replace the faulty bulb with a new identical
bulb.

Place the bulb holder in the headlight and
rotate to the right all the way.

Insert the connector 

››› 

Fig. 67

 

1

 on the

bulb holder 

2

. The connector must audibly

click into place.

Place the headlight into its position

››› 

Fig. 67

 (small arrows) and tilt it back-

wards.

Tighten the attachment screw 

››› 

Fig. 66

 

1

using the screwdriver.

Replace the cover on the bumper

››› 

Fig. 66

.

Replace the rear lid light bulbs

Fig. 68 

On the rear lid: remove the cover.

Fig. 69 

On the rear lid: remove the bulb holder.

Complete operations only in the sequence
given:

Open the rear lid.

Extract the cover carefully using the flat
part of the screwdriver from the vehicle tool
kit as a lever (

››› 

page 41

) on the indent

››› 

Fig. 68

 

1

.

Release the bulb holder connector by pull-
ing on the red connector block.

Press on the attachment tabs in the direc-
tion of the arrow 

››› 

Fig. 69

 and pull out the

bulb holder.

Replace the faulty bulb with a new identical
bulb.

Install the bulb holder. The attachment tabs
should audibly click into place.

Insert the cover. The cover should lock into
place.

Replacing the tail light bulbs in the
bodywork

Fig. 70 

Side of the luggage compartment: 

Removing the left tail light unit. 

 Removing

the right tail light unit.

64

Fuses and bulbs

Fig. 71 

Tail light unit in the bodywork: removing

the bulb holder.

Complete operations only in the sequence
given.

Removing the rear light units

Open the rear lid.

Left tail light:

 open the storage compart-

ment on the left side of the luggage com-
partment 

››› 

page 152

 and then rotate cap

››› 

Fig. 70

 

1

 90 ° in the direction of the ar-

row and remove it.

Right tail light:

 Move the 12 V power socket

support by pressing gently downwards

››› 

Fig. 70

 

 (arrow).

Unscrew the attachment screw 

››› 

Fig. 70

2

 using the screwdriver from the vehicle

tool kit 

››› 

page 41

. The bolt is secured in its

position.

Extract the rear light from the bodywork by
carefully pulling backwards.

Pull the red strip on the connector and ex-
tract the connector.

Disassemble the tail light unit and place it
on a flat, clean surface.

To change the bulb

To release the bulb holder, press on the at-
tachment tabs 

››› 

Fig. 71

 

1

 to 

4

 in the di-

rection of the arrow.

Remove the bulb holder from the rear light
unit.

Replace the faulty bulb with a new identical
bulb.

Place the bulb holder in the tail light unit.
The attachment tabs should audibly click
into place.

Insert the connector and press the red at-
tachment strip in so that the connector is
locked into place.

Assembling the rear light units

Carefully insert the tail light unit into the
opening in the bodywork. To do this, insert
the upper rear light unit guide into the at-
tachment ring.

Tighten the white attachment screw using
the screwdriver from the vehicle tool kit.

Ensure that the tail light unit has been cor-
rectly fitted and is firmly secured.

Left tail light:

 replace the cap 

››› 

Fig. 70

 

1

and turn it through 90º in the opposite di-
rection to the arrow. Close the storage
compartment.

Right tail light:

 Move the 12 V power socket

support upwards gently until it is properly
closed.

Close the rear lid 

››› 

page 107

.

65

Emergencies

Changing the number plate bulbs

Fig. 72 

In the rear bumper: Number plate light.

Fig. 73 

number plate light: remove the bulb

holder.

Follow the steps indicated:

Fixed number plate light

Use the flat part of the screwdriver included
in the vehicle tool kit (

››› 

page 41

) to press

in the direction of the arrow, in the groove of
the number plate light 

››› 

Fig. 72

.

Detach the number plate light.

Turn the connector lock 

››› 

Fig. 73

 in the di-

rection of arrow 

1

 and pull on the connec-

tor.

Rotate the bulb holder in the direction of
the arrow 

››› 

Fig. 73

 

2

 and extract it to-

gether with the bulb.

Replace the faulty bulb with a new identical
bulb.

Insert the bulb holder into the number plate
light and rotate all the way in the opposite
direction to the arrow 

››› 

Fig. 73

 

2

.

Plug the connector into the bulb holder.

Insert the number plate light carefully into
the opening on the bumper. Ensure that the
number plate light is in the correct position.

Insert the number plate light into the bump-
er until it audibly clicks into place.

Bolted number plate light

Unscrew the number plate light screws us-
ing the screwdriver from the vehicle tool kit
(

››› 

page 41

).

Detach the number plate light.

Separate the attachment tabs from the
rear panel of the number plate light by
pressing.

Take the bulb holder out of the number
plate light.

Replace the faulty bulb with a new identical
bulb.

Insert the bulb holder into the number plate
light.

Press on the attachment tabs. The bulb
holder must be firmly attached to the num-
ber plate light.

Insert the number plate light carefully into
the opening on the bumper. Ensure that the
number plate light is in the correct position.

Tighten the attachment screws for the
number plate light using the screwdriver.

Additional brake light

Taking into account that it consists of LED
bulbs, the change should be made at a tech-
nical service centre.

66

Operation

Fig. 74 

Instruments and controls.

68

Controls and displays

Operation

Controls and displays

Interior view

Overview

Interior door handle
Central lock button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

95

Control for the electric adjustment
of the exterior mirrors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

129

Brightness regulation for instrument
panel and controls  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

117

Headlight range control . . . . . . . . . . . . .

117

Light switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

117

Lever for: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

117

Turn signals

Main beam headlights

Instrument panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

71

Steering wheel with horn and

Driver airbag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

22

On-board computer controls . . . . .

85

Controls for radio, telephone,
navigation and speech dialogue
system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

172

Paddle levers for tiptronic gear-
shift (automatic gearbox) . . . . . . . . . 250

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

Control lever for:

Windscreen wipers and washer . . . 125

Wipe and wash system . . . . . . . . . . . .

125

On-board computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

73

Left seat heater control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167
Infotainment system: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

172

Storage compartment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
Hazard warning lights switch  . . . . . . .

122

Depending on the equipment, con-
trols for:

Electronic manual air condition-
ing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

164

Climatronic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

162

Right seat heater control  . . . . . . . . . . . . 167
Depending on the equipment, but-
tons for:

Anti-slip regulation (ASR) . . . . . . . . . . 285

Start-stop operation  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 245

Parking distance warning system
(ParkPilot)  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 294

Park Assist system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 290

Tyre pressure monitor  . . . . . . . . . . . . . 334

Dynamic chassis control
(DCC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 255

The rear lid is opened . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107

Opening and closing of electric
sliding doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

105

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

Locking handle to open glove com-
partment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

152

front passenger front airbag . . . . . . . .

24

Switch for deactivating the front
passenger front airbag . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

26

Passenger front airbag off warning
lamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

24

Gear lever for:

Manual gearbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

247

Automatic gearbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 248

12 volt power socket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

158

Auto Hold switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 286
Electronic parking brake switch  . . . .

285

Start-up push button (Keyless Ac-
cess closing and start-up system)
Ignition lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

241

Pedals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

15

Steering column adjustment lev-
er . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

12

Fuse box cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

58

Lever for:

Cruise control system (CCS) . . . . .

262

Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) . . . 268

Open bonnet lever . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 316
Electric windows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

113

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18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

69

Operation

Note

Some of the equipment listed in this sec-

tion is only fitted on certain models or are
optional extras.

The arrangement of controls on right-

hand drive models may be slightly different
from the layout shown in 

››› 

page 68

. How-

ever, the symbols used to identify the con-
trols are the same.

Instruments and warn-
ing/control lamps

Instrument panel

Introduction

After switching the engine on with a 12-volt
battery that is heavily discharged or newly
changed some system settings (such as the
time, the date, the personalised comfort set-
tings and the programming) might be altered
or deleted. Check and correct these settings
once the battery is sufficiently charged.

WARNING

Any distraction may lead to an accident,
with the risk of injury.

Do not operate the instrument panel con-

trols when driving.

To reduce the risk of accident and injury,

only make adjustments to the instructions
on the screen of the instrument panel and
to the instructions on the screen of the Info-
tainment system when the vehicle is sta-
tionary.

70

Instruments and warning/control lamps

Instrument panel

Fig. 75 

Instrument panel, on dash panel.

Details of the instruments 

››› 

Fig. 75

:

Time set button

 

››› 

page 80

.

Revolutions counter

 (with the engine

running, in thousands of revolutions per
minute) 

››› 

page 80

.

Engine coolant temperature indicator

››› 

page 82

.

Displays on the screen

 

››› 

page 71

.

Fuel reserve display

 

››› 

page 81

.

Speedometer

.

Reset knob

 for trip recorder (

trip

).

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Status display

Possible indications on the instrument
panel display

Different pieces of information can be dis-
played on the screen of the instrument panel,
depending on the features of the vehicle.

Doors, bonnet and rear lid open

Warning and information messages

Odometer

Time 

››› 

page 80

Radio, media and navigation system indi-

cations

Indications of the phone

Outside temperature

Indications of the compass

Selector lever positions

Gear-change recommendation

››› 

page 253

Display of travel data (multifunction dis-

play) and menus for different settings

››› 

page 73

Service interval display 

››› 

page 83

Second speed indication 

››› 

page 72

.

Start-Stop system status display

››› 

page 245

Signs detected by the traffic signal detec-

tion system 

››› 

page 78

Doors, bonnet and rear lid open

When the vehicle is unlocked and while driv-
ing, the instrument panel display shows if any
of the doors, the bonnet or rear lid are

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71

Operation

opened and, in some cases, it is also indica-
ted by an audible warning. The display may
vary according to the type of instrument pan-
el fitted.

Selector lever positions (DSG® dual clutch
gearbox)

The current position of the selector lever is
shown on the side of the lever and on the in-
strument panel display. When the lever is in
the 

D/S

 position or in the Tiptronic position, in

some cases, the gear engaged in each case
is shown on the instrument panel display .

Outside temperature indicator

If the outside temperature is lower than ap-
proximately +4 °C (+39 °F), the “ice crystal
symbol” 

 on the outside temperature dis-

play also lights up. This symbol remains lit un-
til the outside temperature exceeds +6 °C
(+43 °F) 

››› 

.

When the vehicle is stationary, when the aux-
iliary heater is switched on or when driving at
very low speeds, the outside temperature in-
dicated may be higher than the actual tem-
perature due to the heat produced by the en-
gine.

The margin of measurement ranges from
-40 °C (-50 °F) to +50 °C (+122 °F).

Gear-change recommendation

While driving, the instrument panel of certain
vehicles may indicate a gear recommenda-
tion for saving fuel 

››› 

page 253

.

Odometer

The 

odometer

 registers the total distance

travelled by the car.

The 

partial odometer

 (

trip

) shows the dis-

tance travelled since the last time it was reset
to zero.

Press button 



 

››› 

Fig. 75

 

7

 to reset

the trip recorder to 0.

Indications of the compass

With the ignition on and the navigation sys-
tem on, the cardinal point corresponding to
the vehicle's direction of travel is displayed
on the instrument panel 

››› 

page 83

.

Second speed display (mph or km/h)

In addition to the speedometer, the speed
can also be displayed in a different unit of
measurement (in miles or in km per hour).

To change the units, in the 

Settings

 menu,

select the option 

Second speed

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Vehicles without menu display on the instru-
ment panel

Switch on the engine.

Press the 

 button three times. The odom-

eter display flashes on the instrument panel
display.

Press the key once 



. “mph” or “km/h”

is displayed briefly instead of the odometer.

This activates the second speed display. To

switch it off, repeat the procedure.

This option cannot be deactivated in models
destined for countries in which the second
speed must always be visible.

WARNING

Even when the outside temperature is high-
er than freezing temperature, some roads
and bridges could be frozen.

The “ice crystal symbol” indicates that

there may be a risk of freezing.

At outside temperatures above +4 °C

(+39 °F), there may be ice even when the
“ice crystal symbol” is not on.

The outside temperature sensor takes a

guideline measurement.

Note

There are different instrument panels and

therefore the versions and instructions on
the display may vary. In the case of dis-
plays without warning or information texts,
faults are indicated exclusively by the con-
trol warning lamps.

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Instruments and warning/control lamps

Some indications on the instrument panel

screen may be concealed by a sudden
event, e.g. an incoming call.

If there are several warnings at the same

time, the symbols will be displayed one af-
ter the other for a few seconds. The sym-
bols will stay on until you remove the
cause.

Instrument panel menus

The number of menus and information items
available will depend on the vehicle’s elec-
tronics and features.

A specialised workshop can programme or
modify additional functions, according to the
vehicle equipment. SEAT recommends visiting
a SEAT dealership for this.

Some menu options can only be read when
the vehicle is stationary.

Multifunction indicator

 (driving data)

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Assists

 (enable or disable)

Sign Assist 

››› 

page 78

Lane Assist 

››› 

page 274

Exit Assist

Blind spot 

››› 

page 277

Fatigue detection 

››› 

page 77

Front Assist 

››› 

page 265

Audio

Navigation

Telephone

Auxiliary heating

 

››› 

page 168

Vehicle status

 

››› 

page 76

Setup

 

››› 

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Driving data indicator (multifunc-
tion display)

The display of the travel data (multifunction
display) shows different values about the
journey and the consumption.

Change from one display to another

In vehicles without a multifunction steering
wheel:

Press the rocker switch 



 on the wiper

lever .

In vehicles with a multifunction steering
wheel:

Turn the right thumbwheel of the multifunc-

tion steering wheel 

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Driving data memories

The multifunction display has two automatic
memories:

Partial memory:

 The memory collects

journey and consumption data from
when the ignition is turned on until when

1

it is turned off. The memory is automati-
cally deleted if the journey is interrupted
for more than 2 hours. If the journey is
continued in less than 2 hours after the
ignition is switched off, the new data is
added to the data already stored in the
memory.

Total memory:

 The memory records the

values for a specific number of partial
trips, up to a total of 19 hours and 59 mi-
nutes or 99 hours and 59 minutes, or
1,999.9 km (or miles) for 9,999 km (or
miles), depending on the model of in-
strument panel. On reaching either of
these limits, the memory is automatically
erased and starts to count from 0 again.

The selected memory will be shown in the
upper right-hand corner of the display.

Changing memory

With the ignition switched on, and display-

ing memory 

1

 or 

2

, briefly press the 



key on the wiper lever or the 



 on the multi-

function steering wheel to switch from one
memory to the another

Manually erasing memory 1 or 2

Select the memory that you wish to erase.

Hold the 



 button on the wiper lever

or the 



 button on the multi-function steer-

ing wheel down for about 2 seconds.

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Operation

Possible displays

Travelling time:

 This indicates the hours (h)

and minutes (min) since the ignition was
switched on.

Current fuel consumption:

 The current

fuel consumption while driving is displayed in
l/100 km (or miles per gallon, mpg); when the
engine is running but the vehicle is not mov-
ing, in l/h (or gallons per hour).

Average consumption:

 When the ignition

is switched on, the average consumption (in
l/100 km or in mpg) is displayed after the ve-
hicle has moved approximately 100 metres
(328 feet). Otherwise horizontal lines are dis-
played. The value shown is updated approxi-
mately every 5 seconds.

Range:

 Approximate distance in km (or

miles) that can still be travelled with the fuel
remaining in the tank, assuming the same
style of driving is maintained. This is calcula-
ted using the current fuel consumption.

Distance travelled:

 Distance travelled, af-

ter ignition is switched on, in km (or miles).

Average speed:

 After the ignition is switch-

ed on, the average speed will be shown after
a distance of approximately 100 metres (328
feet) has been travelled. Otherwise horizontal
lines are displayed. The value shown is upda-
ted approximately every 5 seconds.

Digital speed display:

 Current speed dis-

played digitally.

Digital oil temperature display:

 Updated

engine oil temperature digital display

Speed warning at --- km/h:

 If the stored

speed is exceeded (between 30 - 250 km/h,
or 18 - 155 mph), an audible warning is given
together with a visual warning.

Storing a speed for the speed warning

Select the display 

Speed warning at

---

 

km/h

.

Press the button 



 on the windscreen

wiper lever or the button 



 on the multifunc-

tion steering wheel to store the current speed
and activate the warning.

Activate:

 adjust to the desired speed within

5 seconds using the rocker switch 



 on the

windscreen wiper lever or by turning the
thumbwheel on the multifunction steering
wheel. Next, press the 



 or 



 key

again or wait for a few seconds. The speed is
stored and the warning activated.

Deactivate:

 press button 



 or button



. The stored speed is deleted.

Personalising the displays

It is possible to select which of the displays in
the multifunction display you wish to see on
the instrument panel in the 

Settings

 menu.

The units of measurement can also be modi-
fied 

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Settings

 menu

The number of menus and information items
available will depend on the vehicle’s elec-
tronics and features.

Assistance systems

Settings for different driver assistance sys-
tems 

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Multifunction display data

Configuration of the multifunction display da-
ta that you wish to see on the instrument pan-
el display 

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Compass

Changing the magnetic region and calibrat-
ing the compass 

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Convenience

Changing vehicle convenience functions

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Lights and visibility

Configuration of vehicle lighting 

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Time

Changing the hours and minutes of the in-
strument panel clock and the navigation sys-
tem. The time can be displayed in 12 or 24
hour format. The 

S

 in the upper part of the

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