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What can co-organizers do? Invite your intended co-organizers to follow your group on Peatix. Thanks for following! As follower of the group you will receive email notifications of events in the group. Bigger groups, bigger fun. INT : automatic wiping with rain sensor Turn the adjuster wheel to adjust the Windscreen washer sensitivity: The rain sensor detects the amount of low sensitivity : turn adjuster Washer fluid is sprayed Outside temperature onto the windscreen and the wiper A drop in temperature is indicated wipes a few times.
RDS time synchronisation can take a few minutes. Some transmitters do not send a correct time signal. In such cases, it is recommended to switch off the automatic time synchronisation. Page Power Outlets Instruments and controls Set time and date Power outlets Do not connect any current-delivering accessories, e. Do not damage the outlet by using unsuitable plugs.
Cigarette lighter To adjust the time and date settings, A 12 Volt power outlet is located in the tap on the H and I screen buttons.
Page Ashtrays Instruments and controls Warning lights, gauges Ashtrays Odometer and indicators Caution Instrument cluster To be used only for ash and not for The needles of the instruments briefly combustible rubbish. Speedometer The bottom line displays the recorded distance in km.
Drive in a low engine speed range for 3 Page Fuel Gauge Instruments and controls Fuel gauge During liquid gas operation, the LED off : petrol operation system automatically switches over to : checking conditions for petrol operation when gas tanks are flashes fuel transition to liquid empty 3 Illuminates if conditions Never run the fuel tank dry.
Page Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge Instruments and controls Engine coolant temperature Caution gauge If engine coolant temperature is too high, stop vehicle, switch off engine. Danger to engine.
Check coolant level. Service display The engine oil life system lets you know when to change the engine oil and filter. Page Control Indicators Instruments and controls The remaining engine oil life duration Control indicators is displayed in percent in the Driver The control indicators described are Information Centre.
The description applies to all instrument Reset versions. Page 91 Instruments and controls Control indicators in the instrument cluster Page Seat Belt Reminder Instruments and controls Flashes X in the Driver Information Centre k for front passenger seat illuminates or flashes red in the centre console flashes or illuminates.
A turn signal or the hazard warning when the seat is occupied. Illuminates Illuminates After having started the engine for a Page Airbag Deactivation Instruments and controls Deployment of the belt pretensioners Illuminates when the ignition is 9 Danger or airbags is indicated by continuous switched on and extinguishes shortly illumination of v.
Risk of fatal injury for a child using a child restraint system together Illuminates when the engine is 9 Warning Page Brake And Clutch System Instruments and controls Brake and clutch system On some versions, the operate pedal Power steering message is indicated in the Driver R illuminates red. Information Display 3 The brake and clutch fluid level is too Illuminates with power steering low, when manual parking brake is Antilock brake system disabled Page Ultrasonic Parking Assist Instruments and controls Ultrasonic parking assist Flashes Preheating of diesel engine is activated.
Only activates when r illuminates yellow. The system is actively engaged. Engine output may be reduced and Fault in system the vehicle may be braked Diesel particle filter automatically to a small degree.
Page Tyre Pressure Monitoring System Instruments and controls Tyre pressure monitoring Illuminates when the engine is Check oil level before seeking the assistance of a workshop 3 Low fuel Caution Illuminates Y illuminates or flashes yellow. Engine lubrication may be Tyre pressure loss. Page Autostop Instruments and controls The engine power is limited. Consult Fog light Speed limiter a workshop. Autostop limiter is active. Set speed is indicated alongside L symbol.
Page Instruments and controls Selectable menu pages of Midlevel The menu pages of the Uplevel display are: display are selected by pressing MENU on the turn signal lever.
Information Menu information The information of trip page 1 and 2 page ;. Page Instruments and controls When the tank must be refuelled Fuel level, LPG version Only indicated if no Infotainment immediately, a warning message system is available. Display of the fuel level in percent for appears and remains on the display. Displays the distance in seconds to a Display.
Turn the adjuster wheel to select the preceding moving vehicle 3 The more segments are filled, the higher the fuel consumption. Simultaneously the current consumption value is indicated. Top consumers List of top comfort consumers currently switched on is displayed in descending order.
Select a setting manual by tapping. Page Vehicle Messages Instruments and controls Vehicle messages Vehicle messages on Base- and Midlevel-Display Messages are indicated mainly in the Driver Information Centre, in some cases together with a warning and signal buzzer. Page Instruments and controls No. Vehicle message No. Vehicle message Turn steering wheel, start 28 Right rear turn signal failure 57 Tyre pressure imbalance on engine again rear axle 29 Check trailer brake light 12 Vehicle overloaded 58 Tyres without TPMS sensors 30 Check trailer reversing light detected 13 Compressor overheated Switch off immediately any and the rear end carrier electrical consumers which are extended.
Chime volume: Changes the volume of warning chimes. Time Date Personalization by driver: Refer to ‘Clock’ 3 Activates or deactivates the personalisation function. Radio settings Refer to Infotainment manual for Rear auto wipe in reverse: further information. Page Instruments and controls Activates or deactivates and Auto relock doors: Activates or changes the duration of exit deactivates the automatic relock lighting.
Page Instruments and controls Radio settings Personalization by driver: locking function after switching Activates or deactivates the on ignition. Refer to Infotainment manual for personalisation function.
Unlocked door anti lock out: Auto wipe in reverse gear: Activates or deactivates the door Connection settings Activates or deactivates locking function while a door is Page Instruments and controls Privacy button OnStar services Up to seven devices may be connected.
Press and hold j until an audio OnStar emergency services message is heard to activate or To connect a mobile device with the OnStar emergency provides a service deactivate the transmission of the OnStar Wi-Fi hotspot: with specially trained emergency Page Instruments and controls The following functions are available: Stolen vehicle assistance to directly determine the issue.
When headlights are on, 8 illuminates. Control indicator 8 Daytime running light 3 Page High Beam Lighting High beam Headlight range adjustment Headlights when driving abroad Manual headlight range The asymmetrical headlight beam adjustment extends visibility at the edge of the road at the passenger side.
However, when driving in countries where traffic drives on the opposite side of the road, adjust the headlights to prevent dazzling of oncoming traffic. Page Daytime Running Lights Lighting set to right-hand traffic mode.
Xenon lighting system It switches automatically to low beam Therefore, insert the key in the guide when: Xenon lighting system includes: as shown in the illustration. The green control indicator l illuminates continuously when the assist is activated, the blue one 7 illuminates when high beam is on.
Page Turn And Lane-Change Signals Lighting Turn and lane-change With a trailer connected, turn signal Rear fog light flashes six times and tone frequency signals changes when pressing the lever until resistance is felt and then releasing.
Move the lever to the resistance point and hold for longer indication. Switch the turn signal off manually by moving the lever to its original position.
Page Parking Lights Lighting Interior lighting Parking lights Reversing lights The reversing light comes on when Instrument panel the ignition is on and reverse gear is illumination control selected. Misted light covers The inside of the light housing may mist up briefly in poor, wet and cold weather conditions, in heavy rain or after washing.
Page Interior Lights Lighting Turn thumb wheel A and hold until Operate rocker switch: When exterior lighting has been on previously, courtesy light will turn on the desired brightness is obtained. On vehicles with automatic light position when opening a door. Page Reading Lights Lighting Lighting features Operate rocker switches: Reading lights centre : automatic switching on Entry lighting position when opening a door. Turns off after a delay Welcome lighting press I : permanently on press 0 : permanently off The following lights are switched on for a short time by unlocking the Dome light vehicle with the radio remote control Page Exit Lighting Lighting The following lights will additionally Activating The settings can be saved for the key switch on when the driver’s door is being used 3 Page Lighting Switching off electric lights To prevent discharge of the vehicle battery when the ignition is switched off, some interior lights are switched off automatically after some time.
Page Climate Control Climate control Climate control Climate control systems Temperature red : warm Heating and ventilation blue : cold system Climate control systems Page Air Conditioning System Climate control Demisting and defrosting the Air conditioning system Temperature windows red : warm blue : cold Heating will not be fully effective until the engine has reached normal operating temperature. Fan speed Adjust the air flow by switching the fan to the desired speed.
Page Climate control Cooling n If no cooling or drying is required, 9 Warning switch off the cooling system for fuel saving reasons. The exchange of fresh air is Activated cooling may inhibit reduced in air recirculation mode. In operation without cooling the air Stop-start system 3 Page Electronic Climate Control System Climate control Demisting and defrosting the Note If air distribution mode l is selected windows l while engine is running, an Autostop will be inhibited until another air distribution is selected.
If air distribution mode l is selected while the engine is in an Autostop, the engine will restart automatically. Page Climate control Demisting and defrosting the Note If V is pressed while the engine is windows V running, an Autostop will be inhibited until V is pressed again. If s is pressed with the fan switched on and the engine running, an Autostop will be inhibited until s is pressed again or until the fan is switched off.
Cooling n Turn left rotary knob to decrease or Turn right rotary knob for desired adjustment. Setting is indicated in the increase fan speed. The fan speed is indicated in the Info-Display. Page Climate control If no cooling or drying is required, Air recirculation mode 4 compartment air deteriorates, switch off the cooling system for fuel which may cause the vehicle saving reasons.
When the cooling system is switched off, no engine restart will be In warm and very humid ambient air requested by the climate control Direct the flow of air by tilting and swivelling the slats. Page Air Conditioning Regular Operation Climate control Air conditioning regular operation In order to ensure continuously efficient performance, cooling must be operated for a few minutes once a month, irrespective of the weather and time of year.
Operation with cooling is not possible when the outside temperature is too low. Page Driving Hints Driving and operating Driving hints Starting and operating Use only floor mats, which fit properly and are fixed by the retainers on the driver side. Control of the vehicle New vehicle running-in Driving downhill Do not brake unnecessarily hard for Never coast with engine not the first few journeys.
Page Retained Power Off Driving and operating Steering wheel lock Starting the engine Remove key from ignition switch and turn steering wheel until it engages.
Page Driving and operating On vehicles with manual transmission Deactivate the stop-start system Indication automated, the engine is started manually by pressing eco. The automatically as soon as the brake deactivation is indicated when the pedal is released. LED in the button extinguishes. A vehicle battery sensor ensures that Autostop an Autostop is only performed if the Activate the manual engage. Page Engine Exhaust Driving and operating Engine exhaust Note needs between seven and In the event of an accident with 12 minutes.
Autostop is not available airbag deployment, the engine is and fuel consumption may be higher switched off automatically if the during this period. The emission of 9 Danger vehicle comes to a standstill within a smells and smoke during this process Start cleaning process The automatic transmission permits amount of harmful substances in the immediately to avoid damage to the automatic gearshifting automatic exhaust gases.
Page Selector Lever Driving and operating In automatic mode, the driving P : park position, wheels are locked, Without brake pedal applied, control programme is indicated by D in the engage only when the vehicle is indicator j illuminates. Driver Information Centre.
Panoramic view system is view selection menu. Page Traffic Sign Assistant Driving and operating The panoramic view system may not Always check the surrounding of operate properly when: the vehicle before driving. The shining directly into camera area displayed is limited and lenses If management of the acceleration the interruption takes too long, the or braking. To deactivate the system, press C. Page Driver Alert Driving and operating A warning message may appear Activation or Deactivation has full responsibility to control the when the vehicle is travelling in a long vehicle and is always required to The system can be activated or straight lane on a smooth road keep the hands on the steering deactivated in the vehicle surface even if the driver is holding Page Driving and operating Charging at domestic electrical 2.
Push the charging port flap to 9 Warning release it. Page Driving and operating The start of charging is indicated by Stop charging the green flashing of the status indicator at the charging port and at 9 Warning the control box of the charging cable. Page Programmable Charging Driving and operating 2. Disconnect the vehicle plug from 1. When charging at a DC charging the charging port within 30 station, a cover has to be removed 2.
Select Charge. Page Charging Status Driving and operating 5. Press OK. Plug in the vehicle. Page Driving and operating local electrical outlets. Connect the charging cable workshop. Illuminates green: Charging is electrician. Page Fuel For Diesel Engines Driving and operating Fuel for diesel engines Diesel fuel that meets standard application of the special servicing EN mixed with a biofuel that conditions referred to as “Arduous The Diesel engines are compatible meets standard EN possibly conditions”.
Using this fuel grade in warm types. Page Trailer Hitch Driving and operating Trailer hitch Driving characteristics and Caution towing tips General information Wipe off any overflowing fuel Before attaching a trailer, lubricate immediately. Only use towing equipment that has the coupling ball. However, do not do been approved for your vehicle.
Page Trailer Towing Driving and operating Trailer towing The permissible gross train weight Rear axle load must not be exceeded. This weight is When the trailer is coupled and the Trailer loads specified on the identification plate towing vehicle fully loaded, the 3 The permissible trailer loads are permissible rear axle load see vehicle and engine-dependent Page Vehicle Care Tyre repair kit Furthermore, Diesel fuel system bleeding.. Engage first or ventilated place. Engage first or reverse gear or set selector lever reverse gear or set selector lever When transporting the vehicle on to P.
Page Bonnet Vehicle care components in the vehicle can Do not allow contaminants to 9 Danger only be serviced by technicians contact the fluids, reservoir caps, with special training.
The ignition system uses extremely high voltage. Do not High voltage components are Bonnet touch. It is the owner’s responsibility to maintain the proper level of an Lower the bonnet and let it fall into the appropriate quality oil in the latch from a low height cm. Page Engine Coolant Vehicle care Engine coolant The factory filled coolant provides freeze protection down to approx. Caution Only use approved antifreeze.
Coolant and antifreeze 3 Coolant level Pull out the dipstick, wipe it clean, The engine oil level must not exceed reinsert it fully, pull out and read the the MAX mark on the dipstick. Page Washer Fluid Vehicle care the coolant concentration checked Washer fluid 3 Brakes In the event of minimum thickness of Washer fluid the brake lining, a squealing noise sounds during braking.
Continued driving is possible but have the brake lining replaced as soon as possible. Page Vehicle Battery Vehicle care When the vehicle battery is being replaced, please ensure that there are no open ventilation holes in the vicinity of the positive terminal.
If a ventilation hole is open in this area, it must be closed off with a dummy cap, and the ventilation in the vicinity of the Batteries do not belong in household negative terminal must be opened. Page Diesel Fuel System Bleeding Vehicle care Deactivating power saving mode Diesel fuel system bleeding Within one minute after switching off ignition, operate the wiper lever to Power saving mode is deactivated If the tank has been run dry, the diesel position the wiper blades vertically on automatically when the engine is fuel system must be bled.
Disengage wiper blade as shown in illustration and remove. Attach the wiper blade slightly angled Before replacing a bulb, ensure that to the wiper arm and push until it all exterior and interior lights and the engages. Page Led Headlights Vehicle care 1. Remove the protective cover by 3. Detach the bulb from the bulb pulling. Insert the bulb socket into the reflector housing.
Fit the protective cover on. Front turn lights 1. Page Vehicle care Light assembly in the body 2. Slacken the lamp fixing nut using a box spanner or socket. To avoid losing the nut if it drops into the wing trim, first place a cloth below it. Manually unscrew and remove the lamp fixing nut. Page Number Plate Light Vehicle care 7. Reverse light 3 Interior lights 8. Insert the bulb carrier into the light assembly. Page Electrical System Vehicle care Electrical system Fuse extractor Engine compartment fuse A fuse extractor may be located in the Fuses cover of the left side of the instrument panel.
The extractor has two sides, Data on the replacement fuse must each side is designed for a different match the data on the defective fuse. Page Vehicle care No. Circuit No. Circuit box is located behind a cover in the Cooling fan 26 Motor controller electric motor glovebox. Open the glovebox and and inverter remove the cover. Body control module 27 Body control module Valve climate control 29 Windscreen wiper Page Vehicle care In right-hand drive vehicles, the fuse No.
Circuit box is located behind a cover in the 27 Anti-theft alarm system Fuse box right side of the instrument panel. Disengage cover at the bottom side and remove.
Remove instrument panel 29 Infotainment the bracket. Page Vehicle Tools Vehicle care Vehicle tools Wheels and tyres Vehicles without spare wheel Tools Tyre condition, wheel condition Vehicles with spare wheel Drive over edges slowly and at right angles if possible.
Driving over sharp Open the load compartment. Page Tyre Designations Vehicle care Tyre designations Directional tyres The tyre pressure information label on the right door frame indicates the E. Page Tyre Deflation Detection System Vehicle care The driver is responsible for correct information label and tyre pressure After adjusting tyre pressure initialise adjustment of tyre pressure.
Page Tread Depth Vehicle care 1. Always ensure that all four tyres Tread depth indicators TWI. Their position is have correct tyre pressure indicated by markings on the Check tread depth at regular 3 Apply parking brake. If there is more wear at the front than Tyres should be replaced for safety the rear, swap round front wheels and 3. The use of unsuitable tyres or Temporary spare wheel wheels may lead to accidents and Tyre chains The use of tyre chains is not permitted will invalidate the vehicle Page Vehicle care 4.
Screw the compressor air hose to the connection on the sealant bottle. Fit the sealant bottle into the bracket on the compressor. Set the compressor near the tyre in such a way that the sealant bottle is upright.
Page Vehicle care 9. Connect the compressor plug to All of the sealant is pumped into the power outlet or cigarette the tyre. Then the tyre is being lighter socket 3 To avoid discharging the battery, The prescribed tyre pressure should be obtained within we recommend running the engine. Do not drive faster than the wheel diagonally opposite the 1.
Open the floor cover 3 Take curves slowly. Do not wheel to be changed. Page Vehicle care Ensure that the edge of the body If the vehicle is equipped with fits into the notch of the jack. In this case, the spare wheel is secured by the conical contact of each bolt. Avoid contact of the battery with eyes, skin, fabrics and painted A vehicle with a discharged vehicle surfaces.
The fluid contains battery can be started using jump sulphuric acid which can cause leads and the vehicle battery of injuries and damage in the event another vehicle.
Allow both engines to idle for vehicle battery from the vehicle. Connect the red lead to the connected. Page Towing Vehicle care Towing Caution Towing the vehicle Deactivate the driver assistance systems like active emergency braking 3 , otherwise the vehicle may automatically brake during towing.
Switch the selector lever to neutral. Release the parking brake. Caution Screw in the towing eye as far as it will go until it stops in a horizontal Drive slowly. Page Towing Another Vehicle Vehicle care Towing another vehicle Screw in the towing eye as far as it will go until it stops in a horizontal position. B illuminates yellow. Triple-Info-Display Cruise control Illuminates when the engine is running m illuminates or flashes green.
Fault in system. Illuminates Seek the assistance of a workshop. Illuminates when the system is on Illuminates after ignition is 3 Infotainment system and electronic climate control system are accessed Selecting with the left adjuster wheel via the display.
Page 88 Instruments and controls Function areas System settings Setting date and time Select menu item Time, Date from the For each function area there is a main Press the Settings button on the Settings menu. Page Instruments And Controls Instruments and controls Some transmitters do not send a Setting units of measure correct time signal.
In such cases, we recommend to switch off automatic time synchronisation. The function is activated by highlighting the field in front of Synchron. Page Vehicle Messages Instruments and controls Vehicle messages Adjusting contrast Always day design black or coloured Graphic-Info-Display text on light background. Always night design white or coloured Messages are given via the text on dark background. Check Selection is indicated by a o in front control messages appear on the of the menu item.
Page Brake Light Switch Instruments and controls Brake light switch engine is running, a gear is engaged and the foot brake is not Brake light does not come on during depressed.
Page Trip Computer Instruments and controls Trip computer Range Range is calculated from current fuel tank content and current consumption. The display shows average values. After refuelling, the range is updated automatically after a brief delay. When the fuel level in the tank is low, a message appears on the display. The main page of the trip computer Stop watch provides information on range, Measurement of the time from current consumption and average activation to deactivation.
Page 94 Instruments and controls Absolute consumption Displays fuel consumed. The measurement can be reset at any time. Average consumption Displays average consumption.
Restart trip computer The measurement or calculation of the following trip computer When the fuel level in the tank is low, Distance information can be restarted Page Stop Watch Instruments and controls Stop watch The information of the two trip To reset all information of a trip computers can be reset separately, computer, select menu item All Select menu item Stop Watch from making it possible to evaluate data values.
Stops The time the vehicle is in motion is recorded. The time the vehicle is The vehicle-specific functions P1 to stationary with the ignition switched P7 can be activated and deactivated. The setting selected is automatically stored depending on the vehicle key Travel Time Exterior lighting Interior lighting Page Headlight Range Adjustment Lighting High beam Headlight range Automatic light control function When the automatic light control adjustment function is switched on and the engine is running, the system Manual headlight range switches between daytime running adjustment light and low beam depending on external lighting conditions.
This function engaged, and the turn signal is can be activated or deactivated activated, the cornering light on the depending on the key used 3 Operated with the r button. When parked, the parking lights on one side can be activated: Light switch in position AUTO: Light switch in position AUTO: switching on front fog lights will switch switching on front fog lights will switch 1.
Page Interior Lighting Lighting Interior lighting Reversing lights Interior lights The reversing lights come on when During entry and exit of the vehicle, Instrument panel the ignition is on and reverse gear is the front and centre courtesy lights illumination control selected.
Switch off ignition. Remove ignition key. Centre console lighting 3. Open driver’s door. This function can be activated and Spotlight in interior mirror housing. Page Climate Control Climate control Climate control Climate control systems Heating will not be fully effective until engine has reached normal operating temperature.
Heating and ventilation system Fan speed Climate control systems Page Climate control If no cooling or drying is required, Select the desired setting: Select menu item Automatic blower deactivate AC to save fuel. Page Air Vents Climate control Air vents Auxiliary heater Air heater Adjustable air vents Quickheat is an electric auxiliary air At least one air vent must be open heater which automatically warms up while cooling is on in order to prevent the passenger compartment more the evaporator from icing up due to quickly.
Page Pollen Filter Climate control Maintenance Air conditioning regular operation Air intake In order to ensure continuously efficient performance, cooling must be operated for a few minutes once a month, irrespective of the weather and time of year. Operation with cooling is not possible when outside temperature is too low.
Page Driving And Operating Driving and operating Driving and operating Driving hints Starting and operating Control of the vehicle New vehicle running-in Do not brake unnecessarily hard for Driving hints Starting and operating Page Eco Button Driving and operating Overrun cut-off Deactivation The fuel supply is automatically cut off during overrun, i.
Overrun cut- off is deactivated if catalytic converter temperature is high. Stop-start system The stop-start system helps to save fuel and to reduce the exhaust See needle at the idle speed position in climate control chapter for more the tachometer. Page Catalytic Converter Driving and operating consumption may be higher during this period. The emission of smells and smoke during this process is normal.
The control indicator! Page Automatic Transmission Driving and operating Automatic transmission Selector lever Caution The automatic transmission permits Fuel grades other than those listed automatic gearshifting. Transmission display Unburnt petrol will overheat and damage the catalytic converter.
When position automatically shifts to idling when Rocking the vehicle is only N is selected, press brake pedal or the vehicle is stopped with a permissible if the vehicle is stuck in apply parking brake before starting.
Page Driving and operating Activation If the accelerator pedal is pressed If the battery is not the cause of the past the pressure point, the fault, release selector lever: Press the T button with P, R, N, D or transmission shifts to a lower gear 3 engaged. Page Manual Transmission Driving and operating Manual transmission Caution It is not advisable to drive with the hand resting on the selector lever.
Push the yellow catch forward with a screwdriver and move the selector lever out of P. If P is To engage reverse, with the vehicle engaged again, the selector lever stationary wait 3 seconds after Page Manual Transmission Automated Driving and operating Manual transmission Starting the engine Always move the selector lever in the appropriate direction as far as it will automated Depress the foot brake when starting go.
Upon release, it automatically the engine. If the foot brake is not returns to the centre position. Page Manual Mode Driving and operating If neither the accelerator nor the Rocking the vehicle If engine speed is too high, the brake pedal are depressed, no gear transmission only switches to a higher Rocking the vehicle is only is engaged and A or R flashes for a gear via kickdown. The transmission switches to automatic mode.
Page Driving and operating Kickdown If F appears in the transmission display, continued driving is not possible. Have the cause of the fault remedied by a workshop. Interruption of power supply The clutch is not disengaged if there is an interruption of the power supply when a gear is engaged. Page Brakes Driving and operating Brakes 5. Using a flat-head screwdriver, ABS starts to regulate brake pressure turn the adjusting screw under the as soon as a wheel shows a tendency cap clockwise until clear to lock.
The vehicle remains The brake system comprises two resistance can be felt. Page Parking Brake Driving and operating Parking brake Brake assist Fault If the brake pedal is depressed 9 Warning quickly and forcefully, maximum brake force is automatically applied If there is a fault in the ABS, the full braking.
ESPoff also appears in the service Electronic stability Do not let this special safety display. Page Driver Assistance Systems Driving and operating Driver assistance Vehicle speed can be increased by depressing the accelerator pedal. The cruise control can store and The speed is saved until the ignition maintain speeds of approx. Page Fuel Driving and operating Fuel Important hints for using the vans. Object identification in the parking assist systems upper part of these vehicles Fuel for petrol engines cannot be guaranteed.
Page Driving and operating Pressing the LPG button switches Fill the tank completely at regular Caution between petrol and liquid gas intervals to prevent corrosion in the operation as soon as the required tank. Repairs and adjustments may only parameters coolant temperature, be made by trained specialists in Faults and remedies gas temperature and minimum Page Driving and operating Refuelling 9 Danger Fuel is flammable and explosive. No smoking. No naked flames or sparks. If you can smell fuel in your vehicle, have the cause of this remedied immediately by a workshop.
Caution Turn the thumb wheel clockwise. In case of misfuelling, do not If no further gas odour is perceptible switch on ignition. Page Driving and operating To close, turn the fuel filler cap to the right until it clicks. Close the flap and let engage. Liquid gas refuelling Follow the operating and safety instructions of the filling station when refuelling.
The filling valve for the liquid gas is behind the fuel filler cap. Page Fit protective cap to prevent the required which are available from penetration of foreign bodies into the Opel Distributors and from Opel filler opening and the system. Authorised Repairers. Page The fuel consumption combined of not be taken as a guarantee for the the model Opel Corsa is within a actual fuel consumption of a range of 3.
In recommended. Page Driving and operating Push both bolts inwards and remove Checking the tensioning of the the cover on the bumper. Page Driving and operating Inserting the coupling ball bar Eye for break-away stopping cable Attach breakaway stopping cable to eye.
Page Driving and operating Dismounting the coupling ball Insert the key in the lock and unlock the coupling ball bar. Push the rotary knob onto the coupling ball bar and rotate right while pressed down until it engages. Pull out the ball bar downwards.
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Liquid gas refuelling Follow the operating and safety instructions of the filling station when refuelling. The filling valve for the liquid gas is behind the fuel filler cap. Page Fit protective cap to prevent the required which are available from penetration of foreign bodies into the Opel Distributors and from Opel filler opening and the system.
Authorised Repairers. Page The fuel consumption combined of not be taken as a guarantee for the the model Opel Corsa is within a actual fuel consumption of a range of 3.
In recommended. Page Driving and operating Push both bolts inwards and remove Checking the tensioning of the the cover on the bumper. Page Driving and operating Inserting the coupling ball bar Eye for break-away stopping cable Attach breakaway stopping cable to eye.
Page Driving and operating Dismounting the coupling ball Insert the key in the lock and unlock the coupling ball bar. Push the rotary knob onto the coupling ball bar and rotate right while pressed down until it engages. Pull out the ball bar downwards. Insert sealing plug in opening for coupling ball bar. Only lock the vehicle. Page Vehicle care Pull the release lever and return it to 9 Danger its original position.
The ignition system and Xenon headlights use extremely high voltage. Do not touch. The caps for topping up the engine oil, the coolant, the washer fluid and the oil dipstick handle are yellow, for ease of identification. Ensure that the correct specification of oil is used. Recommended fluids and lubricants 3 Page Washer Fluid Vehicle care Fit the cap on straight and tighten it. Engine coolant The coolant provides freeze Washer fluid protection down to approx. Caution Only use approved antifreeze.
Coolant level If the cooling system is cold, the Caution Page Brake Fluid Vehicle care Battery Caution Vehicles without stop-start system Only washer fluid with a sufficient will be equipped with a lead acid antifreeze concentration provides battery. Vehicles with stop-start protection at low temperatures or system will be equipped with an AGM a sudden drop in temperature.
Page When the battery is being replaced, recommend the use of an original please ensure that there are no open Opel battery. If a ventilation hole is open in this area, it must be closed Page Wiper Blade Replacement Diesel fuel system Wiper blade replacement Note Using an AGM battery different from bleeding the original Opel battery might result Service setting for front in a lower performance of the stop- If the tank has been run dry, the diesel windscreen wipers start system.
Page Bulb Replacement Vehicle care Bulb replacement Wiper blades on the windscreen Wiper blade on the rear window Switch off the ignition and switch off the relevant switch or close the doors.
Only hold a new bulb at the base! Do not touch the bulb glass with bare hands. Press base to the side and side, remove fuse box cover 3 , remove bulb from reflector.
Washer fluid may escape if the reservoir is full to the top. Page Vehicle care High beam 4. Remove bulb from reflector housing. When installing the new bulb, insert lugs in the reflector recesses.
Install spring clip, plug connector onto bulb. Install protective cover. Disengage spring clip from retainer by moving and swivelling 1. Remove bulb from socket, insert new bulb. Disengage wire clip and remove Headlights have separate systems for 3. Insert bulb holder in reflector so protective cover 1.
Page Vehicle care 2. Withdraw bulb holder from reflector. Rotate bulb holder 3 3. Insert bulb holder in reflector so anticlockwise to disengage. Page Vehicle care Cornering light 2. Detach wiring plug from bulb. Front turn signal light 3. Disengage spring clip from 1. Rotate protective cover 2 1. Disengage wire clip and remove retainer by moving and swivelling anticlockwise and remove.
Page Fog Lights Vehicle care Fog lights 2. Rotate bulb holder anticlockwise to disengage. The bulbs are accessible from the Withdraw bulb holder from underside of the vehicle. Disengage the bulb holder from the plug connector by pressing the retaining lug.
Page Tail Lights Vehicle care Tail lights 5-door passenger vehicle 2. Remove plug connector by 4. Detach bulb housing towards the pressing on bulb holder tab. Hold bulb housing from the outside; unscrew two retaining 1.
Open side cover. When replacing bulbs on the right hand side, first remove the tools and the jack or the tyre repair kit, then remove the tool box. Page Vehicle care 5. Gently press the three locking 7. Engage bulb holder in bulb lugs on the outside of the bulb housing, ensuring that it properly holder outwards and remove bulb engages. Insert bulb housing in vehicle body, tighten securing nuts by hand.
Page Vehicle care 3-door passenger vehicle, van 2. Remove tail light assembly. Hold bulb housing from the When replacing bulbs on the right outside; unscrew two retaining hand side, first remove the tools nuts. Engage bulb holder in bulb lugs on the outside of the bulb housing, ensuring that it properly To replace bulb, remove lamp holder outwards and remove bulb engages.
Page Number Plate Light Vehicle care 4. Insert bulb holder and turn clockwise. On left side: insert front end into front wing, slide forward and insert rear end. On right side: insert rear end into front wing, slide rearward and insert front end. Number plate light 2. Rotate bulb holder anti-clockwise to disengage. Remove bulb from holder and 1. Disengage lens, press it renew bulb. Disengage and remove lens at the 6.
Press bulb slightly towards spring clip and remove. Fuses 3. Insert new bulb. Install lamp. Data on the replacement fuse must match the data on the defective fuse. Page Engine Compartment Fuse Vehicle care Engine compartment fuse The fuse box is in the front left of the engine compartment. Disengage the cover, lift it upwards and remove.
Circuit No. Page Vehicle care No. Circuit 10 Electrical power steering 11 Light switch, brake light 12 ABS, brake light 13 Heated steering wheel 14 Park assist, rain sensor, interior mirror Load compartment fuse In right-hand drive vehicles, the fuse No.
Circuit box is located behind a cover in the — Circuit load compartment behind a cover. Tools Rear carrier system, towing equipment — 10 — 11 — 12 — 13 — 14 — Page Vehicle care Vehicles with spare wheel Vehicles with tyre repair kit Variant 2: The jack and the vehicle tools are in the right-hand Variant 1: The jack and the vehicle The vehicle tools are in the right-hand compartment in the load tools are in the load compartment compartment in the load compartment.
Page Tyre Deflation Detection System Vehicle care System initialisation 9 Warning If the pressure is too low, this can result in considerable tyre warm- up and internal damage, leading to tread separation and even to tyre blow-out at high speeds. Tyre deflation detection system The tyre deflation detection system Tyre pressure 3 and on the label continually checks the rotation speed on the inside of the fuel filler flap or on Page Wheel Covers Vehicle care Wheel covers For safety reasons it is recommended Tyres age, even if they are not used.
Do not use for a lengthy period. Page Vehicle care To open the compartment, disengage 3. Position the sealant bottle on the the cover and open it. Make sure that the bottle does not fall. Detach air hose from bracket and screw onto sealant bottle connection. Take the label indicating switch again. Page Vehicle care Alloy wheels: Disengage wheel bolt caps with a suitable screwdriver and remove.
To protect the wheel, place a soft cloth between the screwdriver and the alloy wheel. Ensure the jack is positioned 4.
Set the jack to the necessary correctly with the vehicle jacking height. Page Spare Wheel Vehicle care 5. Unscrew the wheel bolts. The spare wheel can be classified as a temporary spare wheel depending 6. Change the wheel. Screw in the wheel bolts.
Page Jump Starting Vehicle care Jump starting In the Corsa van the spare wheel is Only mount one temporary spare screwed down together with the floor wheel. Do not drive faster than cover. Take curves slowly. Do not Do not start with quick charger. Page Towing Vehicle care Towing 4. Switch on electrical consumers e.
Reverse above sequence exactly when removing leads. Close the cover over the positive pole. Position the leads so that they cannot catch on rotating parts in the engine compartment. Page Towing Another Vehicle Vehicle care Screw in the towing eye as far as it will Vehicles with automatic transmission go until it stops in a horizontal must be towed facing forwards, not position. In all other cases and when Attach a tow rope — Exterior care Drive slowly.
Do not drive jerkily. Excessive tractive force can Locks damage the vehicle. The locks are lubricated at the factory After towing, unscrew the towing eye using a high quality lock cylinder and refit the cover. Page Exterior Lights Vehicle care If using a car wash, comply with the Thoroughly rinse and leather-off the Windows and windscreen wiper car wash manufacturer’s instructions. Rinse leather frequently. Use blades The windscreen wipers and rear separate leathers for painted and Use a soft lint-free cloth or chamois window wiper must be switched off.
FC Pages Carb Fuel tank Dimensions and Gauges Motors Crash Book. Front Underbody. Center Underbody. Rear Underbody. Front Sheetmetal. Side Sheetmetal. Rear Sheetmetal. Pickup Ramp. Pickup Tail Gate. Side detail. Side lock. Side Striker, Arm. Side Window.
Headlight Assembly. License Plate Lamp. Windshield Washer. Windshield Wiper. Greenbrier front. Greenbrier rear. Access Panel – early. Access Panel – late. Air Cleaner. Engine Mount, front. Engine Mount, rear. PG Oil Color. Shifter Linkage Fuel Pump and lines.
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