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    Owner’s Manual...

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    MSR Engine braking torque adjustment See the “Sales and Service Organisation” Therefore some information may vary ECU Electronic Control Unit manual for the locations of the Ferrari depending on the gearbox installed. Formula 1 - Electronically- Dealers and Authorised Service Centres.

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    Ferrari. of levers on the steering wheel. The Ferrari warranty is voided if Original Even though the system can be used Ferrari Spare Parts are not used for in "Automatic" mode, it should not repairs.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Introduction 1 - General information 2 - About your vehicle 3 - Driving your vehicle 4 - In an emergency 5 - Maintenance 6 - Technical information 7 - Table of contents...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    1 - General information Identification and homologation data _____ 8 Instruction plates ______________________ 9 Main engine specifications _____________ 10 Transmission ratios____________________ 10 Performance _________________________ 10 Consumption and CO emissions ________ 11 Dimensions and weights _______________ 11 Rims and tyres _______________________ 12 Electric system _______________________ 13 Recommended lubricants and fluids _____ 14...

  • Page 8: Identification And Homologation Data

    Identification and Punched engine type and number. Punched gearbox type and number.   homologation data � � Identification data: Punched chassis number.  � Assembly number plate. Vehicle identification.   � � Summary plate with chassis type and ...

  • Page 9: General Information, Instruction Plates

    1 - General information Instruction plates Fuel plate. Homologation plates:  ECE homologation.  Paint code plate.  � � � Antifreeze plate.  High beam homologation.  Lubricants plate. plate.  � � �...

  • Page 10: Main Engine Specifications, Transmission Ratios, Performance

    Tyre pressure plate. Main engine specifications  Type F 136 E � Number of cylinders 8 - V 90° 92 (3.622 in.) Cylinder bore Piston stroke 81 (3.189 in.) Total displacement 4308 (262.788 Compression ratio 11,3 (*) Max power: (2002/80B/CE) 360,3 (490 HP) Corresponding r.p.m.

  • Page 11: Consumption And Co 2 Emissions, Dimensions And Weights

    1 - General information Consumption and CO2 emissions Dir. 1999/100 EEC g/km l/100 km • Urban cycle 26,9 • Extra-urban cycle 13,3 • Combined cycle 18,3 Dimensions and weights Wheel base 2600 mm (102.36 in.) Max. length 4512 mm (177.63 in.) Max.

  • Page 12: Rims And Tyres

    Rims and tyres Wheel rims Front Rear Spare wheel 7,5” J x 19” 10” J x 19” 3,5” J x 19” Tyres tested by F (all tyres without air chamber) Inflation pressure (cold) ERRARI Front Rear Front Rear Pirelli P Zero Rosso 225/35 ZR19”...

  • Page 13: Electric System

    1 - General information Electric system “Run flat” tyres (optional) The vehicle can be fitted with “Run Flat” Power supply voltage • Exterior rear view mirror adjustment tyres. This type of tyre has reinforced 12 V • Shock absorber calibration control sidewalls which permit the vehicle to system Battery...

  • Page 14: Recommended Lubricants And Fluids

    Recommended lubricants and fluids Parts to be refilled Quantity Fill with: Ref. Page Engine Total system capacity 10 l (2.2 Imp.Gall.) HELIX ULTRA SAE 5W-40 99-110 Oil quantity between MIN and MAX 1,5 l (0.33 Imp.Gall.) Oil consumption (depending on driving conditions) 1,0 ÷ 2,0 l / 1.000 km Gearbox and differential (including lines) 3,5 l (0.77 Imp.Gall.)

  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    2 - About your vehicle Keys _______________________________ 16 Alarm system ________________________ 16 Steering wheel controls _______________ 21 Instrument panel _____________________ 29 Warning lights _______________________ 32 Multi-function display _________________ 34 Dashboard controls ___________________ 36 Controls on the tunnel ________________ 43 Doors_______________________________ 46 Seat controls _________________________ 47 Interior rearview mirror ________________ 49 Safety ______________________________ 50...

  • Page 16: Keys, Alarm System

    - the mechanical code for the keys, to be booklet. CODE), which is automatically activated given to the Ferrari Service Network when the ignition key is removed. A duplicate of the keys can be requested in the case that you request duplicates of...

  • Page 17: About Your Vehicle

    If the warning light stays ���� ���� Emergency starting on, repeat the procedure described If the Ferrari CODE fails to disable the previously leaving the key at 0 for engine immobilizer, the CODE warning more that 30 seconds.

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    The engine immobilizer function is accelerator pedal. activated and the doors are locked. guaranteed by the Ferrari CODE system, 6) Proceed in the same manner for the After about 25 seconds, the system is active which is automatically activated when the...

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    - the CODE CARD for the Ferrari CODE Ministerial homologation surveillance. system and the red CODE CARD for the The electronic alarm system has been Check that the doors and lids are properly alarm system;...

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    If you accidentally activate the alarm during Replacing the radio control batteries � � engine starting, the engine starts normally If the corresponding function is not and the alarm siren will be activated after activated when the key button is pressed, 30 seconds.

  • Page 21: Steering Wheel Controls

    2 - About your vehicle Steering wheel controls Key switch  Start button  Driving mode switch  Horn control  UP gearshift lever (*)  DOWN gearshift lever (*)  Exterior lights and direction indicator  control lever Windscreen and headlight wiper/ ...

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    To facilitate steering wheel release, turn the nevertheless. In these cases, contact the steering wheel slightly in both directions Ferrari Service Network. while turning the ignition key. Position - Start When turning the key to this position, the system checks the signals coming from the systems installed on the vehicle.

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    2 - About your vehicle ( )“ICE” mode )“Low-grip” mode SPORT mode This mode can be used when the road It can also be activated to enhance driving This is the ideal vehicle use condition. conditions are particularly slippery (snow, comfort even when driving in racing style, Select SPORT...

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    When the CST system is active and the amber warning light comes on, it means that there is a fault in one of the system parts. Contact the Ferrari Service Network. Every time the ignition is switched on further to this operation, the CST system will reactivate.

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    2 - About your vehicle 4 - Horn control 6 - DOWN gearshift lever (vehicles 7 - Exterior lights and direction with F1 gearbox) indicator control lever The horn is activated by pressing by the Pull the left-hand lever towards the The exterior lights and the direction sides of the upper spokes on either side DOWN...

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    Operate the lever to activate: Position (lever turned by two clicks): - headlight flashing: with the high beams, it is activated by Low beams on. - the exterior lights: pulling the lever towards the steering Position 0: Position (lever pushed forward): wheel.

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    2 - About your vehicle Position (lever up): - direction indicators The direction indicators work only when the Right-hand side indicators. ignition key is in position II. � The instant the lever is moved, the relevant warning light on the instrument panel also comes on.

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    - to adjust the intermittent speed: - windscreen washer: 9 - Steering wheel adjustment lever In position , turn the lever to change the Pull the lever towards the steering wheel The steering wheel can be adjusted in intermittent speed: to simultaneously activate the windscreen height and depth.

  • Page 29: Instrument Panel

    2 - About your vehicle Instrument panel Electronic speedometer  Rev. Counter  Oil pressure gauge  Oil temperature gauge  Water temperature gauge  Fuel level gauge  Gear display (*)  Warning lights display  Multi-function display  (*) for versions with F1 gearbox only.

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    In this case, turn the engine off immediately and carry out the necessary � checks. If the problem persists, contact the Ferrari 2 - Rev. Counter Service Network. Indicates the engine rpm. Avoid engine speeds in the red sector.

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    This light comes on when the temperature the temperature remains high, turn off the exceeds 125°C (257 °F). In this case, reduce engine and contact the Ferrari Service the engine speed rate immediately. If the Network. temperature remains high, turn off the engine and contact the Ferrari Service Network.

  • Page 32: Warning Lights

    If the failure permits, pull off the road and the CST. contact the Ferrari Service Network. In the latter case, contact the Ferrari Service Flashing: low pressure in the system. Network.

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    The vehicle is equipped with an not drive any further and immediately When the hazard warning lights are turned electronic engine immobilizer contact the Ferrari Service Network. system (Ferrari CODE), which The car may still be driven at low speed Position lights/low beams is activated automatically when (max.

  • Page 34: Multi-function Display

    Amber = When one of the available systems system. has been activated Clock Contact the Ferrari Service Network. Multi-function display signals Displays the time in standard The multi-function display shows symbols Instrument panel lighting mode. It can be disabled with the...

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    ICE mode setting Contact the Ferrari Service Network. Luggage compartment lid open When the ICE driving mode is Driving mode switch failure Indicates that the luggage...

  • Page 36: Dashboard Controls

    Dashboard controls Fuel filler cap flap opening button  Rear fog lights button  Heated rear window and exterior rear  view mirror defrost button Luggage compartment lid opening  button Multi-function buttons (MODE, SET)  Power window control  Car stereo system ...

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    2 - About your vehicle 1 – Fuel filler cap flap opening button � � � Closing • Screw the cap back on and close the Opening compartment by pressing on the flap. With the key in position 0, push the release Make sure that the cord does not hang button to unlock the access flap to the fuel...

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    2 – Rear fog lights button 3 – Heated rear window and exterior 4 – Luggage compartment lid opening rear view mirror defroster button button The lid can also be opened with the ignition key off. When the button is pressed, the rear fog The defroster is activated by pressing the lights are turned on only if the high beams button on the dashboard.

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    2 - About your vehicle The lid is held open by two gas struts. Emergency opening 5 – Multi-function buttons If the opening button malfunctions, pull the The luggage compartment is illuminated by The multi-function buttons work only when lever located under the dashboard, on the a courtesy light.

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    same button. whereas pressing the right-hand button for a longer time resets the trip odometer (see Four options are available: page 30). - adjusting the instrument panel brightness Outside temperature display - switching the clock ON/OFF Briefly press the left-hand button MODE - setting the hours to display the outside temperature on the - setting the minutes.

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    2 - About your vehicle be shown simultaneously on the multi- operation; hold the button down for a function display: time and deactivated longer time (more than 0.3 seconds) to symbol, low fuel symbol or RACE driving activate automatic operation so that the mode.

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    7 – Car stereo system For use consult the Instruction Handbook contained in the bag on board the vehicle. The system is made up of the following components: • Car stereo with removable front panel. • Aerial incorporated in the windscreen. •...

  • Page 43: Controls On The Tunnel

    2 - About your vehicle Controls on the tunnel Hazard lights switch  Parking lights switch  External rear view mirror controls  Parking brake lever  Mechanical gearbox lever  12V power socket  Reverse gear engagement button (*) ...

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    1 – Hazard lights switch 2 – Parking lights switch Press the switch to turn on the hazard Press the switch to turn on the parking lights. lights. lights. To turn them off, press the switch again. All the position lights will be turned on. All the direction indicators will start to blink intermittently at the same time, This operation is independent of the...

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    2 - About your vehicle Fully lower the lever keeping the button 3 – External rear view mirror controls 4 – Parking brake lever pressed. The rear view mirrors can be electrically To engage the parking brake, pull the lever adjusted.

  • Page 46: Doors

    Doors 5 – Mechanical gearbox lever 6 –12V power socket For use of the gearshift lever see “Starting This socket can be used to power small When the doors are opened or closed, the and driving the vehicle (Mechanical electrical devices such as: cell phone, lights, windows will automatically move down gearbox)”...

  • Page 47: Seat Controls

    2 - About your vehicle is not opened after 15 seconds, the window Seat controls will move back up until it meets the upper Proper seat adjustment is essential to obtain ledge. the best driving comfort and maximum Therefore, to open the door release the effectiveness of the passive safety systems.

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    Lumbar support Electrically adjustable seat Backward/forward and height adjustment Turn the knob until the desired arching Operating the control you can A: The seats can only be adjusted with the of the lumbar area has been reached. ignition key in position II. With the door •...

  • Page 49: Interior Rearview Mirror

    2 - About your vehicle Interior rearview mirror Heating System (optional) � The heating is activated by turning control This can be adjusted manually. F. Two heating pads are used to heat the � To set the mirror in the anti-dazzle position, seat.

  • Page 50: Safety

    Active safety In the event of more severe head-on The active safety system has been designed Ferrari has designed and constructed collisions (up to 30° angle): in addition to to prevent collisions. a vehicle that offers the best possible...

  • Page 51: Seat Belts

    Particular attention must be paid to: and other toxic gases. fixed parts of the passenger compartment. • Overheated components: high Ferrari recommends you use the • The fuel is highly flammable and emits temperatures develop in the engine seat belts correctly fastened and vapours which may be noxious if inhaled.

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    and stops after 90 seconds. This acoustic Fastening the seat belts Adjusting the seat belt in height signal is emitted only once, even if the After properly adjusting the seat and • Press button to release the adjustment vehicle speed goes above and below the headrest: device and move it to the desired above mentioned limits.

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    Please • The pretensioner must be replaced at contact the Ferrari Service Network to the intervals specified in the “Warranty have it replaced. Booklet and Service Time Schedule”.

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    seatbelts must be fitted. prohibited to fit a rearward-facing child Extraordinary maintenance work involving strong impact, vibrations or heating up of the seat on the passenger seat. For installation and use of the child pretensioner area may activate it; vibrations restraint systems, follow the instructions caused by road bumps will not have this effect.

  • Page 55: Airbag

    Never remove the steering wheel; if necessary, position II, the relevant warning light The airbags deflate immediately afterwards. have this done at the Ferrari Service on the instrument panel comes on and, if no The driver and passenger are both Network.

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    When this transport children on the passenger seat. expiry date draws near, contact the Ferrari - OFF: passenger airbag deactivated and Service Network in order to have the LED on the roof’s ceiling light on;...

  • Page 57: Passenger Compartment Accessories

    2 - About your vehicle The LED remains on until the passenger Passenger compartment On the inside of the lid, there is a accessories airbag is reactivated. compartment containing the vehicle documents folder, and a torch for When the passenger door is open, the Document compartment emergency use.

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    Do not use the cigarette lighter Ashtray/Cigarette lighter Courtesy mirror To gain access to the ashtray or to the seat as a power socket for electrical On the back of the passenger-side visor cigarette lighter, lift the cover backwards. devices, but use the dedicated socket only there is a courtesy mirror.

  • Page 59: Internal Lights, Hands-free Microphone (optional)

    2 - About your vehicle The pocket-change compartment on the Internal lights Hands-free microphone (optional) front of the tunnel is only present on You can select when the ceiling light should vehicles with F1 gearbox. come on with the switch on the roof: The hands-free microphone is positioned on the roof, next to the ceiling light.

  • Page 60: Engine Compartment Lid

    Engine compartment lid Closing • Lower the lid until it is about 20 Opening centimetres from closing, then let it drop. • Pull the release lever located on the door • Always check that it is properly closed. pillar, on the driver’s side. Emergency opening If the opening lever malfunctions, pull the cable situated in the fuel filler cap...

  • Page 61: Air Conditioning And Heating System

    2 - About your vehicle Air conditioning and heating system Fixed air vents for windscreen.  Fixed air vents for side windows.  Adjustable central and side vents.  Air vents for foot area.  Sun radiation sensor.  Outside temperature sensor. ...

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    Operating modes Air conditioning control switch Temperature selection control Used to set the desired Automatic Released temperature in the passenger This mode automatically adjusts humidity The air conditioner is on. compartment. and ventilation according to the selected The air is cooled and/or only temperature.

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    2 - About your vehicle Air recirculation switch Adjusting the air vents Air flow direction adjustment Released The air flow comes from the Air flow rate. outside. Turned anti-clockwise: open. When outside temperatures exceed 25°C, Turned clockwise: closed. the air recirculation function remains on with a 1-minute pause every twenty �...

  • Page 65: Driving Your Vehicle

    3 - Driving your vehicle Running-in __________________________ 66 Before a trip _________________________ 66 While driving ________________________ 66 Starting and driving the vehicle (F1 gearbox) _______________________ 67 Starting and driving the vehicle (Mechanical gearbox) ________________ 71 Parking _____________________________ 72 Safe driving _________________________ 73 Respecting the environment ____________ 76 Parking manoeuvre ___________________ 77...

  • Page 66: While Driving, Before A Trip

    Running-in Before a trip While driving State-of-the-art production methods allow Always drive carefully and never exceed the Preliminary checks high precision in the construction and maximum engine speed indicated by the Check the following at regular intervals and coupling of components. Nonetheless, red area on the revolution counter.

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    II. Contact the Ferrari Service Network to have the malfunction identified and repaired. R: press button on the central tunnel.

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    • Press the ENGINE START button and immediate. Release the UP and DOWN levers and the release it as soon as the engine starts. button R soon after the gear engaged is shown If the engine does not start after turning on the display;...

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    3 - Driving your vehicle by pulling the UP lever towards the steering The buzzer may also sound to warn An upshift request is not accepted when wheel. the driver that the clutch is starting engagement of the requested gear will force to overheat.

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    • Wait until one gearshift has been Do not start the vehicle before the Other system functions completed before requesting the next display has switched off. “Automatic gearshift” mode one, thereby avoiding multiple requests Never leave the vehicle with the gearshift This mode is activated by pressing the in rapid succession.

  • Page 71: Starting And Driving

    3 - Driving your vehicle Starting and driving “Launch Control” strategy for performance Push start the vehicle (Mechanical starting In the event that the ignition system With the aim of optimising standing gearbox) malfunctions, you can “push start” the starts, in performance conditions, the F1 vehicle as follows: Starting the engine gearbox system F1 is equipped with a...

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    Parking Driving the vehicle When the engine has started: Engage the handbrake, put the gearshift lever • Fully depress the clutch pedal and put into 1st whether parking uphill or downhill, the gearshift lever into 1st gear. steer the wheels and switch off the engine Use the 1st gear for parking and for (valid for all versions, both with mechanical hill starts.

  • Page 73: Safe Driving

    3 - Driving your vehicle Safe driving forwards in the event of sudden braking, place them in the luggage compartment. For safe travelling, it is essential that - Your reflexes are quicker if you eat lightly the driver be aware of the best driving before driving: avoid heavy meals before techniques suited to various circumstances.

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    death in the event of a collision. Always Driving at night Driving in the rain fasten the seat belts, including those of the When you are travelling at night, follow Rain and wet roads can cause hazardous child seat. these fundamental rules: situations.

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    3 - Driving your vehicle - During the winter season, even Driving in fog Driving on mountain roads - Whenever possible, avoid setting off if - Position the selector on the steering apparently dry roads can have icy the fog is thick. If you have to drive in wheel on “Low Grip”...

  • Page 76: Respecting The Environment

    Also the CST is shifted to a different level Ferrari has designed and constructed a which is essential for driving on roadways (Level 2), giving the driver greater freedom vehicle using technologies, materials and with very low grip (snow or ice).

  • Page 77: Parking Manoeuvre

    3 - Driving your vehicle Parking manoeuvre During parking manoeuvres, the sensors The front sensors can be activated by press- provide the driver with information on the ing the button on the panel to the left of the To assist the driver during parking manoeu- distance between the vehicle and obstacles steering wheel;...

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    The sensors must be washed with clean working and the malfunction is stored water, possibly with car shampoo added. so that it can be checked by the Ferrari In car-washes which use steam jet or high Service Network during a subsequent pressure cleaning machines, keep the noz- inspection.

  • Page 79: In An Emergency

    4 - In an emergency Toolkit _____________________________ 80 Replacing the wheels _________________ 82 Replacing a bulb______________________ 84 Bulbs _______________________________ 88 Replacing a fuse ______________________ 88 Emergency ignition ___________________ 94 Towing the vehicle ____________________ 95 Fuel cut-off inertia switch ______________ 96...

  • Page 80

    In these cases, always have the sensor replaced by an authorised Ferrari � � Service Centre.

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    4 - In an emergency • Unscrew the valve cap of the punctured • Stop the compressor when the pressure • Insert the new cartridge into the base tyre and screw the union for the indicated on the pressure gauge and push it until hearing its fitting click transparent tube onto the valve.

  • Page 82: Replacing The Wheels

    Replacing the wheels Spare wheel (optional) Warning On request, the vehicle can be equipped • Always keep the spare wheel in perfect If one or more wheels need to be with a kit containing: working order, periodically checking that replaced, proceed as follows: the inflation pressure is 4.2 bar (62 psi).

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    4 - In an emergency • Completely unscrew the five stud bolts Replacing a wheel • Position the vehicle on a flat surface, and remove the wheel. engage the 1st gear and lock the rear • Fit the spare wheel and screw the five wheels by engaging the parking brake.

  • Page 84: Replacing A Bulb

    101. Low beams/high beams The low/high beams have high-voltage bi- xenon lamps. Avoid any operation with the ignition key in position II. � For replacement, contact the Ferrari Service Network. For headlamp beam aiming, contact the Ferrari Service Network.

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    4 - In an emergency • Remove the bulb by pushing and Replacing the side direction indicator bulb simultaneously turning it anticlockwise. simultaneously turning it anticlockwise. • First remove the indicator transparent cover and then the bulb holder B, being careful not to damage the bodywork.

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     Auxiliary stop light  Reflector  � � Replacing the auxiliary stop light bulbs For replacement, contact the Ferrari Service Network. • Remove the bulb from the bulb holder � and replace it. � � Replacing other light bulbs Replacing the ceiling light bulb •...

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    4 - In an emergency Replacing the glove box light bulb Replacing the "door open" light bulbs Replacing the luggage compartment light • Using a screwdriver, gently prise at the bulb point indicated by the arrow and remove • Using a screwdriver, gently prise at the the bulb holder.

  • Page 88: Replacing A Fuse

    Door open lights incandescent Luggage compartment light incandescent 5W (W5W) If the fault is repeated, contact the Ferrari Service Network. When replacing a fuse, always use fuses of the same amperage (same colour). Spare fuses are found in the toolkit.

  • Page 89

    4 - In an emergency Use the pliers found in the toolkit to Location of the fuse and relay boxes Symbol legend remove the fuses. + permanent battery Power fuses. + key operated Luggage compartment fuses. Fuses in passenger compartment, RH side (behind RH seat).

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    � maxi 6 60A +30 ABS/ASR/ESP maxi 7 30A RH seat maxi 8 30A LH seat If a power fuse has blown, contact the Ferrari Service Network to have the system checked. � � - lower the battery protection panel - remove the fuse box cover.

  • Page 91

    4 - In an emergency 15A Taillights Relays: C - Right-hand side passenger compartment fuses and relays 7,5A LH high beam AR1 30A LH Fan To access them, remove the protection 15A LH low beam AR2 30A RH Fan panel and box covers . +30 Instrument panel, AR3 30A Lid opening actuator Bluetooth control unit...

  • Page 92

    PDF16 15A RH ignition coils, RH Fuses (MINI): Relays: injectors PDF1 10A +15 RH Motronic, Pin 86 on PDR1 bosch PDR8 and PDR9 relays PDF17 15A Windscreen washer/ wiper Immobilizer (spec. BOSCH switch) PDF2 7,5A Rear fog lights PDF18 15A +30 key PDR2 30A Key-operated devices PDF3 7,5A External rear view mirror PDF19 —...

  • Page 93

    4 - In an emergency PSF5 7.5A +15 shock absorber damping diagnostic pump, anti- D - Left-hand side passenger compartment fuses and relays (Skyhook), +15 alternator, evaporation valve To access them, remove the protection +15 electric differential PSF13 10A +15 Air Conditioning system, panel and box covers .

  • Page 94: Emergency Ignition

    PSF23 30A LH Motronic. (main) Emergency ignition E - Megafuse Located behind the battery, on the PSF24 15A Power socket Flat battery connection cable between the alternator PSF25 15A +30 fuel pump relay 1 (PSR8) Consult the section “Battery” in Chapter 5 and the battery positive terminal.

  • Page 95: Towing The Vehicle

    If the engine does not start after a few When towing the vehicle, avoid attaching turn the steering wheel and push the brake attempts, contact the Ferrari Service the tow hook (provided in the toolkit) pedal. Network.

  • Page 96

    Fuel cut-off inertia switch • Check once again that there are no fuel leaks. The fuel system is fitted with an automatic safety switch which is activated in the event of a collision, cutting off the fuel flow and consequently stopping the engine and preventing the fuel from spreading if the pipes have burst.

  • Page 97: Table Of Contents

    5 - Maintenance Warranty booklet _____________________ 98 Maintenance_________________________ 98 Level checks _________________________ 99 Battery ____________________________ 101 Windscreen wiper ___________________ 102 Wheels and tyres ____________________ 103 Headlight adjustment ________________ 104 Cleaning the vehicle__________________ 104 If the vehicle is laid up for long periods __ 105...

  • Page 98: Warranty Booklet

    Authorised safety system must be carried out by the report to our Service Centres any small fault Ferrari Service Centres, in order to record Ferrari Service Network. which may occur during use of the vehicle the periodic service and maintenance carried (e.g.

  • Page 99: Level Checks

    It is recommended to have the oil level check dipstick. carried out at the Ferrari Service Network • MAX - MIN = 1,5 litres (0.33 Imp.Gall.) or by skilled staff. • Top up if necessary with the specified oil up to the level.

  • Page 100

    If frequent top-ups are required after • After topping up, screw the filler cap back short trips, have the system checked by the Ferrari Service Network. ��� • Refit the inspection cover. • Screw the cap back on tightly.

  • Page 101

    5 - Maintenance Battery Have the electrical system of the vehicle Battery master switch checked if the battery tends to discharge easily. The earth wire of the battery can be The battery is positioned in the passenger • To remove the battery from the vehicle, disconnected by means of the specific compartment, behind the passenger disconnect it from the electric system...

  • Page 102: Windscreen Wiper

    If accessories that absorb power other than blades are in vertical position. and away from any flammable materials. those provided by Ferrari are fitted on the In certain cases, batteries can produce vehicle (cell phones, navigators, satellite combustible gases. Do not smoke, use alarm systems etc.), the battery may discharge...

  • Page 103: Wheels And Tyres

    Have the tyres changed at an Authorised the specified values and the tyres should compartment lid. Ferrari Service Centre who have the be checked only when they are cold. In necessary equipment available in order to • Lift the cap and fill the tank with the...

  • Page 104: Cleaning The Vehicle, Headlight Adjustment

    Headlight adjustment compartment floors must always be kept Regularly check the tread (minimum To aim the headlights, contact the Ferrari clean and dry. The drain holes under the acceptable depth 1.7 mm / 0.067 in.). The Service Network.

  • Page 105

    3-4 times a year, will ensure that the original • Protect the vehicle with a breathable quality, natural characteristics and softness fabric cover, avoiding materials that of the leather upholstery in your Ferrari is prevent the damp on the bodywork from maintained unaltered over time. evaporating;...

  • Page 107: Technical Information

    6 - Technical Information Engine ____________________________ 108 Cooling system ______________________ 110 Ignition-Injection System _____________ 111 Fuel system and fuel vapour emission control system _____________________ 112 Exhaust system______________________ 114 Clutch _____________________________ 116 Gearbox ___________________________ 116 Driving and steering _________________ 118 Air conditioning/heating system _______ 119 CST system _________________________ 120 Brake system________________________ 120 Suspensions ________________________ 123...

  • Page 108

    Engine The vehicle has an aspirated 8-cylinder engine with a displacement of 4.3 litres, which produces a power of 490 HP and a torque of 465 Nm. The high performance of the engine is achieved through some technical solutions in part derived from racing vehicles: •...

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    6 - Technical Information Engine lubrication and gas and oil vapour recirculation Blow-by system  Gearbox thermistor  Scavenge and delivery pump  Suction screen  Pressure regulating valve  Oil filter cartridge  Oil pressure transmitter  Water/oil exchanger ...

  • Page 110: Cooling System

    Bleeder pipe  Replacing the engine oil and filter The oil and filter must be replaced at the intervals indicated in the Service Time Schedule at an Authorised Ferrari Service Centre. It is recommended to exclusively use lubricants approved by Ferrari.

  • Page 111: Ignition-injection System

    (electro-injectors, coils, solenoid valves, centrifugal pump (with bypass incorporated intervals indicated in the Service Time etc.) in the thermostatic valve) coupled to the Schedule at an Authorised Ferrari oil pump unit (see page 109) and driven by • peripheral functions connected with Service Centre .

  • Page 112

    of the CST system Fuel system and fuel vapour emission control system • integration with the F1 system in order to Fuel tank Lower tank connection pipe   optimise gearshifting. Electric pump with filter  Upper tank connection pipe ...

  • Page 113

    6 - Technical Information The fuel is aspirated by the two submerged filter through a pipe equipped with a filter electric pumps in the tank, that are that prevents foreign particles from enter- controlled by the ignition-injection ECUs. ing the system. The fuel pressure in the delivery line is The filler neck is suitably- sized in order kept constant by a pressure regulator,...

  • Page 114: Exhaust System

    Exhaust system Exhaust manifold  Front Lambda sensor  Thermocouple  Catalytic converter  Rear Lambda sensor  CO sampling seat cap  Silencer  Terminal  Exhaust bypass pneumatic valve  Exhaust bypass solenoid valve  Vacuum tank  �...

  • Page 115

    If the engine malfunctions with consequent The system is made up of two pre- Ferrari is not liable for any damage to catalytic converters and two main catalytic high temperature in the exhaust system,...

  • Page 116: Electronic Differential (e-diff)

    Clutch Gearbox Engine malfunction alarm devices If the warning light “Engine check system The clutch is of the dry double-plate type, The gearbox has 6 synchronised gears plus failure” flashes or remains on fixed while with elastic hub and diaphragm spring; its reverse gear.

  • Page 117

    Service Time Schedule at differential in proportion to the lateral and clutch pedal. an Authorised Ferrari Service Centre.. acceleration, the speed, the gear engaged Compared with the manually-controlled and the torque delivered by the engine.

  • Page 118: Driving And Steering

    Adjustable steering wheel  required to turn the steering wheel. In this Hydraulic steering pump case, it is advisable to stop the vehicle and  contact an Authorised Ferrari Service Oil tank  Centre. Steering box delivery pipe  Steering box return pipe ...

  • Page 119: Air Conditioning/heating System

    6 - Technical Information Air conditioning/heating • cool outside or inside air The air that comes out of the evaporator system flows to a diffuser which distributes it to the • dehumidify and, if desired, heat outside vents in the passenger compartment. or inside air Compressor ...

  • Page 120

    CST system Level 4: CST deactivated (position CST is Ferrari’s acronym for Traction and Stability Control. The CST is composed of two main systems: Vehicle Dynamics Control, through the braking system; Vehicle Dynamics Control, through the engine torque; as well as the always active secondary systems such as ABS, EBD, etc.

  • Page 121

    In this case it is advisable to contact the nearest workshop of the Driving extremely carefully, immediately Ferrari Service Network who will go to the nearest workshop of the Ferrari...

  • Page 122

    100): if the level is below the minimum level, top up with the specified fluid and immediately contact the Ferrari Service Network to have the system checked. In fact, any fluid leaks from the hydraulic system will jeopardize functioning of both the conventional and the ABS braking systems.

  • Page 123

    6 - Technical Information Suspensions Shock absorbers Vertical acceleration sensor Driving mode switch    Electronic control unit Failure warning light on instrument   panel Wheel acceleration sensor  � � � � � � � � � �...

  • Page 124

    “Skyhook” system. The suspensions use the “Skyhook” system developed by Mannesmann-Sachs and perfected by Ferrari for continuous automatic damping control via acceleration sensors which record the movements of each wheel and the vehicle body.

  • Page 125

    6 - Technical Information Tyre pressure monitoring system Tyre pressure calibration button (optional) To calibrate the system, turn the ignition The vehicle can be equipped with a system key to position II, press the button located that measures the tyre pressure through under the dashboard on the left-hand side, special sensors fitted on the inside of the holding it down for 4-10 seconds: the...

  • Page 126

    (e.g. during the calibration procedure) the ignition key is turned to position Have the system repaired at an Authorised symbols will be shown with instead of Ferrari Service Centre. the value. Follow the instructions in the section System temporarily inactive Tyre pressure check request without “Wheels and tyres”...

  • Page 127: Chassis - Bodywork

    All body repair work must be carried out prone to bending and offer excellent exclusively by expert mechanics certified resistance to corrosion. by the Ferrari Technical Service The overall bodywork structure is based on Department. a space-frame chassis. The body assembly is completed with external sheets (e.g.

  • Page 128: Electronic Control Units

    Electronic Control Units The figure shows the location of all the ECUs installed on the vehicle. Motronic (one per bank)  Instrument panel  Air conditioning/heating system  Shock absorber calibration adjustment  ABS-ASR  Airbag  Alarm system  Power windows ...

  • Page 129

    The ECUs can be connected to the “SD-3 diagnostic system”. This is an instrument made available to the Ferrari Service Network and allows: • finding the origin of an error recorded by the ECU and guiding the workshop technician through solving the problem •...

  • Page 131: Table Of Contents

    7 - Table of contents...

  • Page 132: Table Of Contents

    12V power socket _____________________ 46 Consumption and CO emissions ________ 11 Exhaust system______________________ 114 Abbreviations _________________________ 2 Controls on the tunnel ________________ 43 Exterior lights and direction indicator control lever ________________________ 25 ABS and EBD systems _________________ 121 Cooling system ______________________ 110 External rear view mirror controls ________ 45 Adjusting the air vents ________________ 63 CST system _________________________ 120...

  • Page 133

    7 - Table of contents Location of the fuse and relay boxes _____ 89 Replacing the radio control batteries _____ 19 Toolkit _____________________________ 80 Luggage compartment lid opening button 38 Replacing the wheels _________________ 82 Towing the vehicle ____________________ 95 Main engine specifications _____________ 10 Requesting new keys __________________ 19 Transmission ratios____________________ 10...

  • Page 134

    Information in this publication is therefore not binding in any way. Ferrari reserves the right to make any modifications deemed fit, for whatever reason, to the model described in this publication, without obligation of prior notice.

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  • William Baum May 17, 2017 12:37:
    Why don't you have a section on how to operate the radio