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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Overhead Console
CAUTION
Do not drive with the overhead con-
sole lid open, or the articles stowed
inside could fall down during brak-
ing, acceleration or in the event of a
collision. Always close the lid after
putting something into or taking
something out of the console.
If you park your vehicle outdoors in
direct sunlight or in hot weather,
the overhead console can get very
hot since it is close to the roof. So,
(1)
when parking in such conditions:
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- Do not leave eyeglasses in the
The glove box light stays on while the lid is
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overhead console. The heat may
open.
distort plastic lenses or frames.
Use this stowage to keep small articles.
You can open the lid (1) by pressing the
- Do not place flammable items,
raised portion on it.
such as a lighter, in the overhead
console. The heat may cause a
fire.
Do not apply undue force to the lid
when closing it. Doing so could
break the lid and articles inside.
Place glasses in a case when stow-
ing them in the overhead console,
or the lenses may be damaged.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Lidded Instrument Panel Box
Cup Holder and Storage Area
(if equipped)
(1)
(1)
(2)
(2)
(1)
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The cup holder (1) for rear seat passen-
gers is extended ready for use when the
Use this stowage to keep small articles.
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armrest is tilted down and the button (2) is
You can open the lid (1) by pressing the
Cup holders (1) are provided in the center
pressed. Push the cup holder backward to
raised portion on it.
console.
store it.
You can open the lid (2) by pressing the
WARNING
raised portion on it.
Never drive with the lid of the lidded
instrument panel box open. It could
cause injury if an accident occurs.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Bottle holder
You should hold a bottle with a cap in the
WARNING
holder.
Front
Do not use the cup holder or the stor-
WARNING
age bin to hold cups containing hot
liquids or sharp-edged, hard or
Prevent drink from spilling by cap-
breakable objects. Objects in these
ping the bottle as necessary.
bins may be thrown about during a
If a hot drink is spilled, you may be
sudden stop or impact, and could
scalded.
cause personal injury.
If a drink is spilled over the audio
If a drink is spilled over the audio
system
(if equipped) or electric
system
(if equipped) or electric
switches, or if a spilled drink reaches
switches, or if a spilled drink reaches
the under-floor wiring or electric
the under-floor wiring or electric
components, it could cause the sys-
components, it could cause the sys-
tem to malfunction or even a fire, and
(1)
tem to malfunction or even a fire, and
impair normal operation of the SRS
impair normal operation of the SRS
air bag system.
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air bag system.
(1) Bottle holder
Rear
(1)
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(1) Bottle holder
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Front Seat Back Pocket
Footrest
Center Console Box
(if equipped)
Use this stowage for keeping small arti-
cles.
The box consists of upper and lower com-
partments. The upper compartment forms
a tray, which also serves as a lid of the
lower compartment.
Upper compartment
Open the upper compartment by raising
the top lid (2) while keeping the lever (1)
up.
(1)
(1)
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Use the footrest (1) as a support for your
(2)
left foot.
(1) Front seat back pocket
This pocket is provided for holding light
and soft things such as gloves, newspa-
pers or magazines.
WARNING
(1)
Do not put hard or breakable objects
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in the pocket. If an accident occurs,
objects such as bottles, cans, etc.
can injure the occupants in the rear
seat.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Lower compartment
Armrest
The armrest (1) is stowed in the center of
Open the lower compartment by raising
the seatback. Tilt it down forward to use.
Front
the top lid and tray (4) together while keep-
ing the lever (3) up.
WARNING
The seat belt must always be
passed under the armrest. It cannot
provide the intended protection if it
runs over the armrest.
(4)
In an accident or sudden stop, the
rear armrest could fall forward. If
there is a child in a rearfacing child
(1)
restraint in the center seating posi-
tion, the falling armrest could injure
the child. Make sure the armrest is
secured in the stowed
position
when not in use.
(3)
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The lid of the center console box serves as
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the front armrest when it is closed.
NOTE:
• Always close the lid after you put some-
Rear
thing into or take something out of the
(2)
box.
• The upper compartment (tray) and lower
compartment have slots on their edges
(1)
so that the cable of an appliance con-
nected to the accessory socket can be
(1)
led through them. When the top lid or the
top lid and tray combination is raised or
lowered to open or close the upper or
lower compartment, be careful not to
trap a cable under it.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
NOTE:
Floor Mats (if equipped)
There is a lid (1) behind the armrest stow-
WARNING
age in the seatback.
Failure to take the following precau-
• When carrying a long cargo, the lid (1)
tions may result in the driver’s side
can be opened by folding it forward while
(1)
floor mat interfering with the pedals
keeping the lever (2) pressed down.
and causing a loss of vehicle control
• When closing the lid (1), raise and push
or an accident.
it into position.
• Make sure that all fastener knobs
(2)
are in their holes in the floor mats
and correctly locked.
• Never place additional floor mats
on top of the existing floor mats.
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(1) UNLOCK
(2) LOCK
Both driver-side and passenger-side floor
mats are retained with fasteners to prevent
them from sliding forward and possibly
interfering with the pedals. Whenever you
put the mats back after removing them,
correctly position and secure the mats by
passing the fastener knob through each
hole in the mats and turning it to the lock
position as shown in the illustration so that
the mats will neatly fit under your feet and
the passenger’s feet.
When you replace the floor mats in your
vehicle with a different type such as all-
weather floor mats, we highly recommend
using genuine SUZUKI floor mats for
proper fitting.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Luggage Under-box
Net/Rope Hooks
Roof Rack Anchors (if
Use this stowage for carrying small bag-
equipped)
gage or the like.
• To access the stowage, raise the floor-
board by holding the handle (1) on it and
hang the hook (2) on the edge of the
trunk.
(1)
(2)
(2)
(2)
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There are two net hooks (1), one on each
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of the trunk opening sides.
You can use the roof rack anchors to
There are four rope hooks (2) provided on
(1)
attach the optional roof rack which is avail-
the trunk floor.
able at your SUZUKI dealer. If you use a
Pull out these hooks to use as shown in
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roof rack, observe the instructions and pre-
the illustration.
cautions in this section and provided with
An optional rubber net can be hooked to
the roof rack.
these hooks to help keep cargo from mov-
ing around in the luggage compartment
• Make sure the roof rack is securely
during normal driving.
installed.
• To mount various types of cargo (such
CAUTION
as skis, bicycles, etc.) properly, use suit-
able attachments which are available
Use the net and rope hooks only for
from your SUZUKI dealer. Be sure to
holding light objects.
install the attachments properly and
securely according to the instructions
provided. Do not mount cargo directly on
the roof panel. The cargo can damage
the roof panel.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
The gross weight of the roof rack plus
HomeLink® (if equipped)
cargo must not exceed the loading
WARNING
capacity (50 kg (110 lbs)). Also, do not
Abrupt maneuvers or failure to
let the gross vehicle weight (fully loaded
properly secure cargo can allow the
vehicle including driver, passengers,
cargo to fly off the vehicle and hit
cargo, roof load and trailer tongue
others, causing personal injury or
weight) exceed the Gross Vehicle
property damage.
Weight Rating
(GVWR) listed in the
Mount cargo securely and avoid
driver’s door lock pillar.
abrupt maneuvers such as “jack-
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Mount and secure the cargo onto the
rabbit” starts, sharp turns, fast cor-
roof rack properly according to the
HomeLink®: HomeLink® is a registered
nering and sudden braking. Check
instructions provided. Be sure to stow
trademark of Johnson Controls Technology
periodically to make sure that
the heaviest items at the bottom and dis-
Company.
cargo is securely fastened.
tribute the cargo as evenly as possible.
Large, bulky, long, or flat items can
Do not carry items so large that they
affect vehicle aerodynamics or be
hang over the bumpers or the sides of
The HomeLink® Wireless Control System
caught by the wind, and can reduce
the vehicle, or block your view.
provides a convenient way to replace up to
vehicle control resulting in an acci-
Secure the front and rear ends of long
three hand-held radio-frequency
(RF)
dent and personal injury. Drive cau-
items - such as wood panels, surfboards
transmitters used to activate devices such
tiously at a safely reduced speed
and so forth - to both the front and rear
as gate operators, garage door openers,
when carrying this type of cargo.
of the vehicle. You should protect the
entry door locks, security systems, even
painted surfaces of the vehicle from
home lighting. Additional HomeLink® infor-
scuffing caused by tie-down ropes.
mation can be found on the Internet at
Check periodically to make sure the roof
www.homelink.com or by calling
1-800-
rack is securely installed and free from
355-3515.
damage.
Before programming HomeLink® to a
For vehicles with roof rack anchors,
garage door opener or gate operator, make
make sure the anchors are covered with
sure that people and objects are out of the
the caps when not in use.
way of the device to prevent potential harm
or damage. When programming a garage
door opener, it is advised to park outside of
the garage. Do not use HomeLink® with
any garage door opener that lacks safety
stop and reverse features as required by
U.S. federal safety standards (this includes
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
any garage door opener position manufac-
HomeLink® button. Begin with “Program-
NOTE:
tured before April 1, 1982). A garage door
ming HomeLink®” - step 2).
Some gate operators and garage door
that cannot detect an object - signaling the
openers may require you to replace this
door to stop and reverse - does not meet
Programming step
3) with procedures
current U.S. federal safety standards. For
noted in the “Gate Operator / Canadian
more information, contact HomeLink® at
Programming” section.
www.homelink.com or by calling
1-800-
4) After the HomeLink® indicator light
355-3515.
changes from a slow to a rapidly blink-
Retain the original transmitter of the RF
ing light, release both the HomeLink®
device you are programming for use in
and hand-held transmitter buttons.
other vehicles as well as for future
HomeLink® programming. It is also sug-
NOTE:
gested that upon the sale of the vehicle,
If the HomeLink® indicator light does not
the programmed HomeLink® buttons be
change to a rapidly blinking light, contact
erased for security purposes. Refer to
HomeLink® at www.homelink.com or call
“Programming HomeLink®” (step 1) only)
1-800-355-3515 for assistance.
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or, for assistance, contact HomeLink® at
www.homelink.com or by calling
1-800-
1)
Press and hold the two outer
5) Press and hold the just-trained
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HomeLink® buttons (buttons one and
HomeLink® button and observe the
three) - releasing only when the indica-
indicator light.
Programming HomeLink®
tor light begins to flash (after 20 sec-
- If the indicator light stays on con-
NOTE:
onds). Do not hold the buttons for
stantly, programming is complete and
Some vehicles may require the ignition
longer than
30 seconds and do not
your device should activate when the
switch to be turned to the second
(or
repeat step 1) to program a second
HomeLink® button is pressed and
“accessories”) position or the “on” position
and/or third hand-held transmitter to the
released.
remaining two HomeLink® buttons.
for programming and/or operation of
HomeLink®. It is also recommended that a
2)
Position the end of your hand-held
NOTE:
new battery be placed in the hand-held
transmitter 5-14 cm (1-3 inches) away
To program the remaining two HomeLink®
transmitter of the device being pro-
from the HomeLink® button you wish to
buttons,
begin with
“Programming
grammed to HomeLink® for quicker train-
program while keeping the indicator
HomeLink®” - step 2). Do not repeat step
ing and accurate transmission of the
light in view.
1).
3)
Simultaneously press and hold both the
radiofrequency signal. Do not repeat “Pro-
gramming HomeLink®” - step 1) to train
chosen HomeLink® and hand-held
- If the indicator light blinks rapidly for
additional devices to a second or third
transmitter buttons. Do not release the
two seconds and then turns to a con-
buttons until step
4) has been com-
stant light continue with “Programming
pleted.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
HomeLink®” steps 6-8 to complete the
6) At the garage door opener receiver
Gate Operator / Canadian Program-
programming of a rolling code
(motor-head unit) in the garage, locate
ming
equipped device (most
commonly a
the “learn” or “smart” button. This can
Canadian radio-frequency laws require
garage door opener).
usually be found where the hanging
transmitter signals to
“time-out”
(or quit)
antenna wire is attached to the motor-
after several seconds of transmission
-
head unit.
which may not be long enough for
7) Firmly press and release the “learn” or
HomeLink® to pick up the signal during
“smart” button. (The name and color of
programming. Similar to this Canadian law,
the button may vary by manufacturer.)
some U.S. gate operators are designed to
“time-out” in the same manner.
NOTE:
If you live in Canada or you are having diffi-
There are 30 seconds in which to initiate
culties programming a gate operator by
step 8).
using the Programming procedures
(regardless of where you live), replace
8) Return to the vehicle and firmly press,
“Programming HomeLink®” step
3) with
hold for two seconds and release the
the following:
programmed HomeLink® button.
Repeat
the
“press/hold/release”
NOTE:
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sequence a second time, and, depend-
If programming a garage door opener or
ing on the brand of the garage door
gate operator, it is advised to unplug the
opener (or other rolling code equipped
device during the “cycling” process to pre-
device), repeat this sequence a third
vent possible overheating.
time to complete the programming pro-
cess.
3) Continue to press and hold the
HomeLink® should now activate your
HomeLink® button while you press and
rolling code equipped device.
release - every two seconds (“cycle”)
your hand-held transmitter until the fre-
NOTE:
quency signal has successfully been
To program the remaining two HomeLink®
accepted by HomeLink®. (The indicator
buttons,
begin with
“Programming
light will flash slowly and then rapidly.)
HomeLink®” - step 2). Do not repeat step
1).
Proceed with “Programming HomeLink®
step 4) to complete.
For questions or comments, please con-
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tact HomeLink® at www.homelink.com or
1-800-355-3515.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Using HomeLink®
Reprogramming a Single
Frame Hooks
To operate, simply press and release the
HomeLink® Button
Front hook (1)
programmed HomeLink® button. Activation
To program a device to HomeLink® using a
1)
Take out the necessary tools (jack bar,
will now occur for the trained device (i.e.
HomeLink® button previously trained, fol-
wheel nut wrench and tow hook) from
garage door opener, gate operator, secu-
low these steps:
the onboard tool set.
rity system, entry door lock, home/office
1) Press and hold the desired HomeLink®
2)
Use the end of the jack bar (a) wrapped
lighting, etc.). For convenience, the hand-
button. DO NOT release the button.
with a cloth (b) to open the front tow
held transmitter of the device may also be
2) The indicator light will begin to flash
hook cover (c).
used at any time. In the event that there
after 20 seconds. Without releasing the
are still programming difficulties or ques-
HomeLink® button, proceed with “Pro-
tions,
contact
HomeLink®
at
gramming HomeLink®” - step 2).
www.homelink.com or 1-800-355-3515.
For questions or comments, contact
Erasing HomeLink® Buttons
HomeLink® at www.homelink.com or 1-
To erase programming from the three but-
800-355-3515.
tons (individual buttons cannot be erased
(a)
but can be “reprogrammed” as outlined
(c)
below), follow the step noted:
Press and hold the two outer HomeLink®
buttons until the indicator light begins to
(b)
flash-after 20 seconds. Release both but-
tons. Do not hold for longer that 30 sec-
onds. HomeLink® is now in the train (or
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learning) mode and can be programmed at
3)
Insert the tow hook (e) into the tow
any time beginning with
“Programming
hook receptacle (d) and screw the hook
HomeLink®” - step 2).
in as far as it can be turned by hand.
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Rear hook (2)
1) Take out the necessary tools (jack bar,
(d)
wheel nut wrench and tow hook) from
the onboard tool set.
2) Use the end of the jack bar (a) wrapped
with a cloth (b) to open the rear tow
hook cover (c).
(d)
(b)
(e)
(e)
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(a)
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4) Further screw in the tow hook using the
4) Further screw in the tow hook using the
wheel nut wrench (f) as shown in the
wheel nut wrench (f) as shown in the
illustration to firmly tighten the hook.
(c)
illustration to firmly tighten the hook.
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3) Insert the tow hook (e) into the tow
hook receptacle (d) and screw the hook
in as far as it can be turned by hand.
(f)
(f)
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OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT
Side (3)
WARNING
Front
Do not use the frame hooks to tow
another vehicle or to have your vehi-
cle towed on the road or highway.
The hooks (1) and (2) are designed
for use in emergency situations only,
(4)
such as if your vehicle or another
vehicle gets stuck in deep mud or
snow.
The hooks (3) are provided for trailer/
(3)
train shipping purpose.
The hook (4) is provided for transpor-
tation by ship.
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Frame hooks are provided on the front (1),
rear (2) and side (3) of the vehicle. The
CAUTION
Rear
hooks (1) and (2) are used for emergency
Never use the hooks (1) and (2) for
situations. The hooks
(3) are used for
transporting the vehicle by a trailer,
trailer/train shipping purposes.
train or ship, as doing so may dam-
The hook (4) is used for transportation by
age the vehicle.
ship.
To tow your vehicle on the road or highway,
follow the instruction of “Towing” in “EMER-
GENCY SERVICE” section.
(3)
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VEHICLE LOADING AND TOWING
Vehicle Loading
Vehicle Capacity Weight - Maximum per-
missible load weight a vehicle can carry
WARNING
including the weight of all the occupants,
Never overload your vehicle. The
accessories and cargo.
gross vehicle weight
(sum of the
weights of the loaded vehicle, driver
The weight of any accessories already
and passengers) must never exceed
installed on your vehicle at the time of pur-
the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating
chase, or that you or the dealer install after
(GVWR) listed on the Safety Certifica-
purchase, must be subtracted from the
tion Label. In addition, never distrib-
Vehicle Capacity Weight to determine how
ute a load so that the weight on either
much capacity remains available for occu-
the front or rear axle exceeds the
pants and cargo. Contact your dealer for
Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR)
further information.
listed on the Safety Certification
Label.
Actual weight of the loaded vehicle and
actual loads at the front and rear axles can
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only be determined by weighing the vehicle
WARNING
Your vehicle was designed
for
specific
using a vehicle scale. To measure the
weight capacities. The weight capacities of
weight and load, try taking your vehicle to
Always distribute cargo evenly.
your vehicle are indicated by the Gross
a highway weighing station, shipping com-
To avoid personal injury or damage
Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR), the Gross
pany or inspection station for trucks, etc.
to your vehicle, always secure
Axle Weight Rating (GAWR, front and rear)
Compare these weights to the GVWR and
cargo to prevent it from shifting if
and the Vehicle Capacity Weight. The
GAWR (front and rear) listed on the Safety
the vehicle moves suddenly.
GVWR and GAWR (front and rear) are
Certification Label. If the gross vehicle
Place heavier objects on the floor
listed on the Safety Certification Label
weight or the load on either axle exceeds
and as far forward in the trunk or in
which is located below the driver’s side
these ratings, you must remove enough
the cargo area as possible.
door latch striker. The Vehicle Capacity
weight to bring the load down to the rated
Never pile cargo higher than the
Weight is listed on the Tire Information
capacity.
top of the seat backs.
Label which is located below the Safety
Certification Label.
GVWR - Maximum permissible overall
weight of the fully loaded vehicle (including
all the occupants, accessories and cargo).
GAWR - (Front and Rear) Maximum per-
missible weight on an individual axle.
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VEHICLE LOADING AND TOWING
Trailer Towing
Towing Your Vehicle
TOWING INSTRUCTION TABLE
(recreational towing)
DRIVE
TOWING
TRANSAXLE
Your vehicle may be towed behind another
TRAIN
METHOD
vehicle (such as a motorhome), provided
CVT (AUTO)
A
you use the proper towing method speci-
2WD
M/T (MANUAL)
A B
fied for your vehicle. The towing method
you must use depends on the specifica-
i-AWD
tions of your vehicle: whether it is a
2-
includ-
CVT
none
wheel drive (2WD) or intelligent All Wheel
ing 2WD
Drive (i-AWD) vehicle.
mode
Use the towing instruction table to select
the proper towing method for your vehicle,
and carefully follow the corresponding
instructions. Be sure to use proper towing
54G639
equipment designed for recreational tow-
ing and make sure that towing speed does
Do not use your vehicle to tow a trailer. The
not exceed 90 km/h (55 mph).
vehicle is not designed or intended for
such use. Towing a trailer can adversely
WARNING
affect handling, durability and fuel econ-
omy.
Always use a safety chain when tow-
ing your vehicle and be sure to
observe federal, state, and local
requirements for trailer hitches, tow
bars, lights, etc.
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CAUTION
For the CVT of intelligent All Wheel
Drive (i-AWD) models, don’t tow your
vehicle behind another vehicle such
as a motorhome, or the drive train
may be seriously damaged.
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A: 2WD (except 2WD mode of i-AWD)
TOWING METHOD A
VEHICLES WITH MANUAL TRANS-
AXLE or CVT
FROM THE FRONT:
1) Secure the front wheels on a towing
FRONT WHEELS ON A DOLLY
dolly according to the instructions pro-
AND REAR WHEELS ON THE GROUND
vided by the dolly manufacturer.
2) Release the parking brake.
80J2053
CAUTION
Towing the 2WD or i-AWD CVT vehi-
cles with four wheels on the ground
can result in damage to the CVT.
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VEHICLE LOADING AND TOWING
B:
2WD VEHICLES WITH MANUAL
TOWING METHOD B
TRANSAXLE
1) Shift the manual transaxle lever or shift
FROM THE FRONT:
lever into neutral.
FOUR WHEELS ON THE GROUND
2) Press the engine switch to change the
ignition mode to “ACC” to unlock the
steering wheel.
3) Release the parking brake.
CAUTION
OFF
ACC
N
The steering column is not strong
enough to withstand shocks trans-
mitted from the front wheels during
towing. Always unlock the steering
wheel before towing.
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CAUTION
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Towing the 2WD or i-AWD CVT vehi-
cles with four wheels on the ground
can result in damage to the CVT.
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