Page of 434
Download Print This PagePrint Bookmark Comment
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 377 378 379 380 381 382 383 384 385 386 387 388 389 390 391 392 393 394 395 396 397 398 399 400 401 402 403 404 405 406 407 408 409 410 411 412 413 414 415 416 417 418 419 420 421 422 423 424 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434

   Also See for Cadillac 2014 Cadillac ATS

   Summary of Contents for Cadillac 2014 Cadillac ATS

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Steering Wheel Side Blind Zone Adjustment ....1-10 Alert (SBZA) ....1-18 Interior Lighting .

  • Page 9

    1. Air Vents on page 8-9. 7. Infotainment on page 7-1. 15. Electric Parking Brake (If Equipped, Automatic 2. Exterior Lamp Controls on 8. Light Sensor. See Automatic Transmission). See Parking page 6-1. Headlamp System on page 6-4. Brake (Electric) on page 9-30 Turn Signal Lever.

  • Page 10

    23. Traction Control/Electronic Press and hold Stability Control on page 9-33. three seconds to sound the panic alarm. Electric Parking Brake (If Equipped, Manual This section provides a brief Press again or start the vehicle Transmission). See Parking overview about some of the to cancel the panic alarm.

  • Page 11: Remote Vehicle Start, Door Locks

    Turn on the hazard warning See Keys on page 2-1 and Remote flashers. Keyless Entry (RKE) System From the outside, press Operation on page 2-3. Turn the vehicle on and then off. the RKE transmitter. See Remote See Remote Vehicle Start on Keyless Entry (RKE) System page 2-8.

  • Page 12: Trunk, Windows

    Press the switch to lower the window. Pull the switch up to raise it. See Power Windows on page 2-22. The power windows only operate To open the trunk, press from with the ignition in ACC/ inside the vehicle or press ACCESSORY or ON/RUN/START, on the Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) or when Retained Accessory Power...

  • Page 13: Seat Adjustment

    Raise or lower the seat by To adjust the lumbar and bolster To adjust the seatback: moving the rear of the control up support: Tilt the top of the control or down. Press and hold the control rearward to recline. If available, raise or lower the forward or rearward to increase Tilt the top of the control forward...

  • Page 14: Heated Seats

    If equipped, the "1," "2," SET, and the off setting. The indicator lights (Exit) buttons on the driver door next to the buttons indicate three for are used to manually save and the highest setting and one for the recall memory settings for the driver lowest.

  • Page 15: Safety Belts, Passenger Sensing System

    The passenger airbag status indicator lights on the overhead console are visible when the vehicle is started. See Passenger Airbag Status Indicator on page 5-15. Refer to the following sections for important information on how to use safety belts properly: Safety Belts on page 3-11.

  • Page 16

    when the vehicle is started. See 4. Pull the lever up to lock the 3. Move the selector switch to Automatic Dimming Rearview Mirror steering wheel in place. deselect the mirror. on page 2-21. Do not adjust the steering wheel The vehicle has manual folding while driving.

  • Page 17

    The lamp comes on when Press the lamp lens to turn the rear the vehicle is shifted out of P (Park) a door is opened. passenger reading lamps on or off. on automatic transmission vehicles, and when the parking brake is Turns the lamp on.

  • Page 18

    With the ignition in ACC/ For a single wipe, briefly move ACCESSORY or ON/RUN/START, the lever down. For several wipes, move the lever to select the wiper hold the lever down. speed. Pull the lever toward you to Use for fast wipes. spray windshield washer fluid and activate the wipers.

  • Page 19

    10. Rear Window Defogger 11. Recirculation For vehicles with one of these systems, it controls the heating, cooling, and ventilation. 1. Driver and Passenger 6. SYNC (Synchronized Temperature Controls Temperature) 2. Fan Control 7. Driver and Passenger Heated Seats (If Equipped) 3.

  • Page 20: Transmission

    Vehicles equipped with DSC allow shifting an automatic transmission similar to a manual transmission. DSC can be enabled through the shift lever, or the tap shift controls on the back of the steering wheel (if equipped). See Manual Mode on page 9-26.

  • Page 21: Radio(s), Satellite Radio

    To display the favorites page, press coast, and in digital-quality sound. the FAV button on the radio A fee is required to receive the faceplate. Continue pressing the SiriusXM service. FAV button to toggle through the For more information refer to: remaining visible favorite pages.

  • Page 22: Bluetooth ®, Steering Wheel Controls

    Press to decline an incoming call, or end a current call. Press to The Bluetooth system allows users mute or unmute the infotainment with a Bluetooth-enabled cell phone system. to make and receive hands-free calls using the vehicle audio system and controls.

  • Page 23: Cruise Control

    Press to select a highlighted Press to turn the system on Press to disengage cruise menu item. and off. A white cruise control control without erasing the set indicator appears in the instrument speed from memory. Press to go to the next or cluster when cruise is turned on.

  • Page 24: System, Warning (ldw), Alert (sbza)

    indicator will change to amber and flash. In addition, beeps will sound, or the driver seat will pulse. If equipped, FCA may help avoid or See Lane Departure Warning (LDW) reduce the harm caused by on page 9-60. front-end crashes. FCA provides a green indicator when a vehicle is detected ahead.

  • Page 25: Power Outlets, System

    On the rear of the center floor See Assistance Systems for Parking console. or Backing on page 9-49. Lift the cover to access the If the vehicle has Adaptive Cruise accessory power outlet. Control (ACC) it also has the Active See Power Outlets on page 5-7.

  • Page 26: Universal Remote System, Sunroof

    Read the instructions completely Press the rear of the before attempting to program the switch (2) and release to express Universal Remote system. Because open the vent. Press the front of the of the steps involved, it may be switch (2) and release to express helpful to have another person close the vent.

  • Page 27: Stability Control, Tire Pressure Monitor, Engine Oil Life System

    To turn off both Traction Control the tires to the recommended and StabiliTrak, press and hold pressure shown on the Tire and until illuminate in the Loading Information label. See instrument cluster. The Vehicle Load Limits on page 9-11. appropriate DIC message The warning light will remain on until displays.

  • Page 28: E85 Or Flexfuel, Economy

    The oil life system should be reset The oil life system can also be reset to 100% only following an oil as follows: change. 1. Turn the ignition on with the Driving habits can affect fuel engine off. mileage. Here are some driving tips 2.

  • Page 29: Roadside Service, Onstar ®

    Emergency, Security, Navigation, maintenance. Connection, and Diagnostic Services. See OnStar Overview on page 14-1. U.S.: 1-800-224-1400 Canada: 1-800-882-1112 TTY Users (U.S. Only): 1-888-889-2438 New Cadillac owners are automatically enrolled in the Roadside Service Program. See Roadside Service on page 13-5.

  • Page 31: Table Of Contents

    Keys, Doors, and Windows Keys, Doors, and Exterior Mirrors Keys and Locks Convex Mirrors ....2-19 Windows Power Mirrors ....2-20 Keys Folding Mirrors .

  • Page 32: Remote Keyless Entry (rke) System

    Keys, Doors, and Windows Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) System See Radio Frequency Statement on page 13-15. If there is a decrease in the RKE operating range: Check the distance. The transmitter may be too far from the vehicle. Check the location. Other vehicles or objects may be To remove the key, press the button blocking the signal.

  • Page 33: Remote Keyless Entry (rke) System Operation

    Keys, Doors, and Windows Remote Keyless Entry indicate locking. See Remote unlocking. Memory seat positions Locking, Unlocking, Starting under may be recalled when unlocking the (RKE) System Operation Vehicle Personalization on vehicle. page 5-43. The RKE transmitter functions may See Remote Locking, Unlocking, work up to 60 m (197 ft) away from Starting under Vehicle If the driver door is open when...

  • Page 34

    Keys, Doors, and Windows turn signal lamps flash for Keyless Unlocking/Locking from Pressing the lock/unlock button will the Driver Door cause all doors to lock if any of the 30 seconds, or until is pressed following occur: again or the vehicle is started. When the doors are locked and the RKE transmitter is within 1 m (3 ft) It has been more than...

  • Page 35

    Keys, Doors, and Windows Passive Locking Keyless Trunk Opening 1. Place the recognized transmitter(s) in the cupholder. If equipped with Keyless Access, Press the touch pad on the trunk this feature will lock the vehicle handle to open the trunk if the RKE 2.

  • Page 36

    Keys, Doors, and Windows 3. Place the new transmitter into Programming without a 2. Wait for 10 minutes until the DIC the transmitter pocket. The Recognized Transmitter displays PRESS ENGINE center console storage area will START BUTTON TO LEARN If there are no currently recognized need to be opened to access the and then press the ENGINE transmitters available, follow this...

  • Page 37

    Keys, Doors, and Windows 6. Remove the transmitter from the transmitter pocket and press on the transmitter. To program additional transmitters, repeat Steps 4 6. When all additional transmitters are programmed, press and hold the ENGINE START/STOP button for approximately 12 seconds to exit programming mode.

  • Page 38: Remote Vehicle Start

    Keys, Doors, and Windows Battery Replacement 1. Press the button near the bottom of the transmitter and pull the key out. Caution When replacing the battery, do not touch any of the circuitry on the transmitter. Static from your body could damage the transmitter.

  • Page 39

    Keys, Doors, and Windows The RKE transmitter range may be The engine will shut off after (Remote Vehicle Start): This less while the vehicle is running. 10 minutes unless a time button will be on the RKE extension is done or the ignition transmitter if the vehicle has remote Other conditions can affect the is put in ON/RUN/START.

  • Page 40: Door Locks

    2-10 Keys, Doors, and Windows The oil pressure is low. Canceling a Remote Start Warning (Continued) Two remote vehicle starts or a To cancel a remote start, do any of start with an extension have the following: Young children who get into already been used.

  • Page 41

    Keys, Doors, and Windows 2-11 Keyless Access Key Cylinder Access To access the key cylinder: 1. Pull the door handle (1) to the To replace the cap: open position. 1. Pull the door handle to the open If equipped, use the Keyless Access 2.

  • Page 42: Delayed Locking, Power Door Locks

    2-12 Keys, Doors, and Windows Inside the Vehicle (Lock): Press to lock the doors. The indicator light in the switch will On the rear doors, push down on illuminate when activated. the door lock knob to lock the door manually. Pull once on the door (Unlock): Press to unlock the handle to unlock the door and again doors.

  • Page 43: Automatic Door Locks, Lockout Protection

    Keys, Doors, and Windows 2-13 For vehicles with a manual This feature can be manually Press on the door lock switch transmission, turn the vehicle off. overridden with the driver door open again, or press on the RKE The power door locks can be by pressing and holding on the transmitter, to override this feature...

  • Page 44: Safety Locks

    2-14 Keys, Doors, and Windows Safety Locks The rear door power windows are Doors also disabled. See Power Windows on page 2-22. Trunk Press again to deactivate the lockout switch. Warning If an inside rear door handle is Exhaust gases can enter the being pulled at the same time the vehicle if it is driven with the safety lock is deactivated, only that...

  • Page 45

    Keys, Doors, and Windows 2-15 Trunk Lock Release If equipped with Keyless Access, Warning (Continued) the trunk may also be opened while the vehicle is locked by pressing the Adjust the climate control touch pad on the rear of the trunk system to a setting that above the license plate while the brings in only outside air and...

  • Page 46: Vehicle Security, Vehicle Alarm System

    2-16 Keys, Doors, and Windows 2. Reach inward through the Vehicle Security Caution opening to locate the emergency This vehicle has theft-deterrent trunk release handle. Do not use the emergency trunk features; however, they do not make 3. Pull the release handle toward release handle as a tie-down or the vehicle impossible to steal.

  • Page 47

    Keys, Doors, and Windows 2-17 On Solid: Vehicle is secured will bypass the 30-second delay Disarming the Alarm System during the delay to arm the system. and immediately arm the alarm To disarm the alarm system or turn system. Fast Flash: Vehicle is unsecured. off the alarm if it has been activated, A door, the hood, or the trunk The vehicle alarm system will not...

  • Page 48: Immobilizer Operation

    2-18 Keys, Doors, and Windows How to Detect a Tamper The inclination sensor can set off the alarm if it senses movement of Condition the vehicle, such as a change in is pressed on the transmitter vehicle orientation. and the horn chirps three times, a previous alarm occurred while the Immobilizer system was armed.

  • Page 49: Exterior Mirrors, Convex Mirrors

    Keys, Doors, and Windows 2-19 If the vehicle will not change ignition It is possible for the immobilizer Exterior Mirrors modes (ACC/ACCESSORY, ON/ system to learn new or replacement RUN/START, OFF), and the RKE RKE transmitters. Up to eight Convex Mirrors transmitter appears to be transmitters can be programmed for undamaged, try another transmitter.

  • Page 50: Power Mirrors, Folding Mirrors, Heated Mirrors, Park Tilt Mirrors

    2-20 Keys, Doors, and Windows Power Mirrors Exterior Automatic Dimming Folding Mirrors Mirror Manual Folding Mirrors If equipped, there is a driver side exterior automatic dimming mirror The mirrors can be folded inward that will automatically adjust for the toward the vehicle to prevent glare of headlamps behind.

  • Page 51: Interior Mirrors, Manual Rearview Mirror, Automatic Dimming Rearview Mirror, Interior Rearview Mirrors

    Keys, Doors, and Windows 2-21 original position when the vehicle is Interior Mirrors Windows shifted out of R (Reverse), the ignition is turned off, or if the vehicle Interior Rearview Mirrors Warning is driven in (R) above a predetermined speed. Adjust the rearview mirror for a clear Never leave a child, a helpless view of the area behind your...

  • Page 52: Power Windows

    2-22 Keys, Doors, and Windows The vehicle aerodynamics are Express-Down/Up Windows designed to improve fuel economy Windows with the express feature performance. This may result in a allow the windows to be raised and pulsing sound when either rear lowered all the way without holding window is down and the front the switch.

  • Page 53

    Keys, Doors, and Windows 2-23 Express Window Anti-Pinch Programming the Power The window is now reprogrammed. Repeat the process for the other Override Windows windows. If the vehicle battery has been Warning Window Lockout recharged or disconnected, or is not working, the front power windows If express override is activated, may need to be reprogrammed for...

  • Page 54: Sun Visors

    2-24 Keys, Doors, and Windows The rear door safety locks are also Roof Open/Close: Press the rear or disabled. See Safety Locks on front of the switch (1) to the first page 2-14. detent and hold to open or close the Sunroof sunroof.

  • Page 55

    Keys, Doors, and Windows 2-25 Dirt and debris may collect on the sunroof seal or in the track. This could cause an issue with sunroof operation or noise. It could also plug the water drainage system. Periodically open the sunroof and remove any obstacles or loose debris.

  • Page 56

    2-26 Keys, Doors, and Windows NOTES...

  • Page 109: Adjustment

    Instruments and Controls Instruments and Safety Belt Reminders ..5-13 Adaptive Forward Lighting Airbag Readiness Light ..5-14 (AFL) Light ....5-24 Controls Passenger Airbag Status Lamps On Reminder .

  • Page 110: Instruments And Controls, Steering Wheel Adjustment

    Instruments and Controls Airbag System Messages ..5-40 Controls Do not adjust the steering wheel Security Messages ..5-40 while driving. Service Vehicle Messages . . . 5-40 Steering Wheel Steering Wheel Controls Starting the Vehicle...

  • Page 111: Infotainment System, Windshield Wiper/washer, Heated Steering Wheel

    Instruments and Controls SEL (Select): Press to select a The steering wheel takes about (End Call): Press to decline an highlighted menu option. three minutes to be fully heated. incoming call, or end a current call. Press to mute or unmute the (Next or Previous Horn infotainment system.

  • Page 112

    Instruments and Controls Clear snow and ice from the wiper Rainsense blades and windshield before using If equipped with Rainsense, a them. If frozen to the windshield, sensor near the top center of the carefully loosen or thaw them. windshield detects the amount of Damaged blades should be water on the windshield and replaced.

  • Page 113: Center (dic), Headlamp Washer

    Instruments and Controls Move the windshield wiper lever released or the maximum wash time Pull the wiper lever toward you and out of the INT position to is reached. When the windshield hold briefly to activate. The deactivate Rainsense. wiper lever is released, additional headlamp washers will spray once, wipes may occur depending on how pause, and spray again.

  • Page 114: Clock (uplevel Radio), Clock (base Radio)

    Instruments and Controls will automatically determine when a Clock (Uplevel Radio) Date GPS signal is restored and provide To set the date: The infotainment system controls a heading again. See Compass are used to access the time and 1. Press the SETTINGS screen Messages on page 5-33 for the date settings through the menu button and press Time and Date.

  • Page 115: Power Outlets

    Instruments and Controls On the rear of the center floor If auto timing is set, the time to be replaced with a standard console. displayed on the clock may not minifuse by the dealer. A minifuse update immediately when driving will not reset and will have to be Lift the cover to access the into a new time zone.

  • Page 116

    Instruments and Controls Always unplug electrical equipment indicator light turns off. To reset the Warning Lights, when not in use and do not plug in circuit, unplug the item and plug it Gauges, and equipment that exceeds the back in or turn the Retained maximum 20 amps rating.

  • Page 117

    Instruments and Controls When one of the warning lights comes on and stays on while driving, or when one of the gauges shows there may be a problem, check the section that explains what to do. Follow this manual's advice. Waiting to do repairs can be costly and even dangerous.

  • Page 118

    5-10 Instruments and Controls Instrument Cluster English Shown, Metric Similar...

  • Page 119

    Instruments and Controls 5-11 Cluster Application Displays Audio Info Pages: Press SEL while Info Pages is highlighted to select the While the Audio application page is The cluster has three interactive items to be displayed in the DIC displayed, press SEL to enter the display zones.

  • Page 120: Trip Odometer, Fuel Gauge

    5-12 Instruments and Controls possible, it is set at zero and a label There is an arrow near the fuel Caution (Continued) is put on the driver door to show the gauge pointing to the side of the old mileage reading. vehicle the fuel door is on.

  • Page 121: Safety Belt Reminders, Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge

    Instruments and Controls 5-13 The gauge takes a few seconds Safety Belt Reminders to stabilize after the ignition is turned on, and goes back to Driver Safety Belt Reminder empty when the ignition is Light turned off. There is a driver safety belt reminder light on the instrument Engine Coolant cluster.

  • Page 122: Airbag Readiness Light

    5-14 Instruments and Controls Passenger Safety Belt The front passenger safety belt The airbag readiness light comes on warning light and chime may turn on for several seconds when the Reminder Light if an object is put on the seat such vehicle is started.

  • Page 123: Charging System Light

    Instruments and Controls 5-15 Passenger Airbag Status as a system check. Then, after Warning several more seconds, the status Indicator indicator will light either ON or OFF, If the airbag readiness light ever or the on or off symbol to let you The vehicle has a passenger comes on and stays on, it means know the status of the front...

  • Page 124: Malfunction Indicator Lamp

    5-16 Instruments and Controls a check to show the light is working. are at acceptable levels, helping to assists the service technician in It should go out when the engine is maintain a clean environment. The correctly diagnosing any started. malfunction indicator lamp comes malfunction.

  • Page 125

    Instruments and Controls 5-17 Avoid hard accelerations. improperly installed. A loose or Caution (Continued) missing fuel cap allows fuel to Avoid steep uphill grades. evaporate into the atmosphere. (TPC) can affect the vehicle's If towing a trailer, reduce the A few driving trips with the cap amount of cargo being hauled as emission controls and can cause properly installed should turn the...

  • Page 126: Brake System Warning Light

    5-18 Instruments and Controls diagnostic tools to fix any The vehicle may not pass system readiness, your dealer mechanical or electrical problems inspection if: can prepare the vehicle for that might have developed. inspection. The malfunction indicator lamp is on with the engine running, or if Emissions Inspection and Brake System Warning the vehicle is placed in Service...

  • Page 127: Parking Brake Light

    Instruments and Controls 5-19 This light comes on briefly when the Parking Brake Light Service Electric Parking vehicle is turned on. If it does not Brake Light come on then, have it fixed so it will be ready to warn if there is a problem.

  • Page 128: Vehicle Ahead Indicator

    5-20 Instruments and Controls message displays in the Driver vehicle needs service. A chime may If equipped, this light briefly comes Information Center (DIC), see Brake also sound when the light comes on on while starting the vehicle. System Messages on page 5-32. steady.

  • Page 129: Traction Off Light

    Instruments and Controls 5-21 This light will display amber when This light and the StabiliTrak OFF If the StabiliTrak and TCS are off, you are following a vehicle ahead light come on when StabiliTrak is the system does not assist in much too closely.

  • Page 130: Tire Pressure Light

    5-22 Instruments and Controls message may display. Check the If it does not, have the vehicle Tire Pressure Light DIC messages to determine which serviced by the dealer. If the system feature(s) is no longer functioning is working normally the indicator and whether the vehicle requires light goes off.

  • Page 131: Security Light, Engine Oil Pressure Light, Low Fuel Warning Light

    Instruments and Controls 5-23 When the Light Flashes First and This light is near the fuel gauge and Then Is On Steady comes on briefly when the ignition is turned on as a check to show it is If the light flashes for about a minute working.

  • Page 132: Lamps On Reminder, Cruise Control Light, High-beam On Light

    5-24 Instruments and Controls If the light stays on and the engine This light comes on when the Lamps On Reminder does not start, there could be a IntelliBeam system is enabled. problem with the theft-deterrent See Exterior Lamp Controls on system.

  • Page 133: Information Displays

    Instruments and Controls 5-25 Adaptive Cruise Control Light Information Displays : Press to move between the interactive display zones in the Driver Information cluster. Press to go back to the previous menu. Center (DIC) SEL (Select): Press to open a The DIC displays are shown in the menu or select a menu item.

  • Page 134

    5-26 Instruments and Controls 4. Press SEL while an item is The average fuel economy shows last time this menu item was reset. highlighted to select or deselect the approximate average liters per The Average Fuel Economy can be that item. When an item is 100 kilometers (L/100 km) or miles reset by pressing and holding SEL selected, a checkmark will...

  • Page 135

    Instruments and Controls 5-27 that has passed since the timer was Oil Life: Shows an estimate of the Warning is displayed. Press last reset. To stop the timer, press oil's remaining useful life. to adjust the value. This feature SEL briefly while this display is If REMAINING OIL LIFE 99% is can be turned off by pressing and active and the timer is running.

  • Page 136: Head-up Display (hud)

    5-28 Instruments and Controls seconds while the Oil Life display is Head-Up Display (HUD) Caution active. See Engine Oil Life System on page 10-12. Warning If you try to use the HUD image Tire Pressure: Shows the as a parking aid, you may If the HUD image is too bright or approximate pressures of all four misjudge the distance and...

  • Page 137

    Instruments and Controls 5-29 Lane Departure (Image Adjustment): Press Low Fuel down or lift up to center the HUD image. The HUD image can only be Some vehicle messages or alerts adjusted up and down, not side displayed in the HUD may be to side.

  • Page 138

    5-30 Instruments and Controls HUD Views information only appears on All HUD views may briefly display vehicles that have these features, audio information when the driver There are four views in the HUD. and when they are active. uses the steering wheel controls to Some vehicle information and adjust the audio settings appearing vehicle messages or alerts may be...

  • Page 139

    Instruments and Controls 5-31 Navigation information. The Care of the HUD If the HUD image is not correct, compass heading is displayed when contact your dealer. Clean the inside of the windshield to navigation routing is not active. The windshield is part of the HUD remove any dirt or film that could Navigation Turn-by-Turn Alerts system.

  • Page 140: Vehicle Messages, Brake System Messages

    5-32 Instruments and Controls Vehicle Messages Battery Voltage and TRANSPORT MODE ON Charging Messages This message is displayed when the Messages displayed on the DIC vehicle is in transport mode. Some indicate the status of the vehicle or BATTERY SAVER ACTIVE features can be disabled while in some action that may be needed to this mode, including Remote...

  • Page 141: Compass Messages, Cruise Control Messages

    Instruments and Controls 5-33 RELEASE PARKING BRAKE Compass Messages This can occur under the following conditions: This message is displayed if the Dashes may be displayed if the The radar is not clean. Keep the Electric Parking Brake is on while vehicle temporarily loses radar sensors free of mud, dirt, the vehicle is in motion.

  • Page 142: Door Ajar Messages

    5-34 Instruments and Controls SERVICE ADAPTIVE CRUISE message may also be displayed if conditioning compressor turns back the vehicle starts to move. Close the on. The vehicle can continue to be CONTROL door completely. driven. This message displays when the If this message continues to appear, HOOD OPEN Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)

  • Page 143: Engine Oil Messages, Fuel System Messages, Engine Power Messages

    Instruments and Controls 5-35 damage. This message clears when before filling to the recommended next time the vehicle is driven. The the engine has cooled to a safe level. If the oil is not low and this vehicle may be driven at a reduced operating temperature.

  • Page 144: Key And Lock Messages, Lamp Messages

    5-36 Instruments and Controls Key and Lock Messages without the remote for five minutes. Lamp Messages Press the brake pedal to restart the NO REMOTE DETECTED AFL (ADAPTIVE FORWARD vehicle. LIGHTING) LAMPS NEED when the transmitter battery may be NUMBER OF KEYS SERVICE weak.

  • Page 145: Object Detection System Messages

    Instruments and Controls 5-37 TURN SIGNAL ON This can occur under the following rearview mirror may correct the conditions: issue. The Lane Departure Warning This message is displayed if the system will not operate. Forward The radar is not clean. Keep the turn signal has been left on.

  • Page 146

    5-38 Instruments and Controls REAR AUTO BRAKE AND SERVICE AUTOMATIC Forward Collision Alert (FCA) features. Take the vehicle to your PARK ASSIST UNAVAILABLE COLLISION PREP dealer. This message displays when If this message displays, take the SERVICE PARK ASSIST attempting to activate the parking vehicle to your dealer to repair the and backing features of the Driver system.

  • Page 147: Ride Control System Messages

    Instruments and Controls 5-39 SERVICE SIDE DETECTION Ride Control System SERVICE ALL WHEEL DRIVE SYSTEM Messages This message displays if a problem occurs with the All-Wheel-Drive If this message remains on after ALL WHEEL DRIVE OFF (AWD) system. The vehicle will run continued driving, the vehicle needs in 2WD.

  • Page 148: Airbag System Messages, Security Messages, Service Vehicle Messages

    5-40 Instruments and Controls SERVICE TRACTION Airbag System Messages SERVICE STEERING CONTROL COLUMN LOCK SERVICE AIRBAG This message displays when there This message displays if there is a This message displays if there is a is a problem with the Traction problem with the steering column problem with the airbag system.

  • Page 149: Tire Messages, Transmission Messages

    Instruments and Controls 5-41 SERVICE KEYLESS START Tire Messages If a tire pressure message appears on the DIC, stop as soon as you SYSTEM SERVICE TIRE MONITOR can. Inflate the tires by adding air This message is displayed if there is SYSTEM until the tire pressure is equal to the a problem with the pushbutton start...

  • Page 150: Washer Fluid Messages, Vehicle Speed Messages

    5-42 Instruments and Controls and engine revolutions per Vehicle Reminder Washer Fluid Messages minute (rpm). See Manual Mode on Messages WASHER FLUID LOW ADD page 9-26. FLUID ICE POSSIBLE DRIVE SHIFT TO PARK WITH CARE This message may display when the This message displays when the washer fluid level is low.

  • Page 151: Vehicle Personalization

    Instruments and Controls 5-43 Radio Vehicle 2. Turn the MENU knob to highlight the desired feature and press Vehicle Personalization the MENU knob. Bluetooth Use the audio system controls to CUE Infotainment System Audio Voice access the personalization menus System Controls for customizing vehicle features.

  • Page 152

    5-44 Instruments and Controls Valet Mode Manage Favorites Bose Audio Pilot This allows favorites to be edited. This feature adjusts the volume This will lock the infotainment Select a displayed Favorite to select based on the noise in the vehicle. system, the infotainment controls, that favorite to edit.

  • Page 153

    Instruments and Controls 5-45 Collision/Detection Systems Select Off or On. Auto Collision Preparation Comfort and Convenience This feature will turn on or off the Collision/Detection Systems Forward Collision Alert feature as Lighting Select the Collision/Detection well as the Automatic Braking Systems menu and the following Power Door Locks capability of the Auto Collision...

  • Page 154

    5-46 Instruments and Controls Rear Cross Traffic Alert Comfort and Convenience Reverse Tilt Mirror This allows the feature to be turned Select and the following may When on, both the driver and on or off. See Assistance Systems display: passenger, driver, or passenger for Parking or Backing on mirrors will tilt downward when the Auto Memory Recall...

  • Page 155

    Instruments and Controls 5-47 Delayed Door Lock Vehicle Locator Lights Remote Lock, Unlock, Start Unlocked Door Anti-Lockout This feature will flash the exterior Select and the following may display: lamps when on the Remote When on, this feature will keep the Keyless Entry (RKE) transmitter is driver door from locking when the Remote Unlock Light Feedback...

  • Page 156

    5-48 Instruments and Controls Remote Door Unlock Select Off, On with Horn or Pairing in Infotainment Chirp, or On. Controls under Bluetooth in the This allows selection of which doors infotainment manual. Remote Left in Vehicle Alert will unlock when pressing on the Device Management RKE transmitter.

  • Page 157

    Instruments and Controls 5-49 Prompt Length Turn Display Off Guidance Lines Audio Feedback Speed Mode Select to turn Off or On. See Assistance Systems for Parking or Confidence Threshold Select to change the display screen Backing on page 9-49. for day or night driving. This feature allows the adjustment Rear Park Assist Symbols of the sensitivity of the speech...

  • Page 158: Universal Remote System

    5-50 Instruments and Controls Restore Radio Settings Universal Remote home automation devices. These instructions refer to a garage door This allows selection to restore System opener, but can be used for other radio settings. devices. See Radio Frequency Statement on Select Cancel or Restore.

  • Page 159

    Instruments and Controls 5-51 To program a garage door opener, hand-held transmitter was button is pressed, then park outside directly in line with and supplied by the manufacturer of programming is complete. facing the garage door opener the garage door opener receiver. There is no need to receiver.

  • Page 160

    5-52 Instruments and Controls does not flash, press and hold enough for the Universal Remote the same button a second time system to pick up the signal during for two seconds, then release it. programming. Again, if the door does not move If the programming did not work, or the garage door lamp does replace Step 2 under Programming...

  • Page 161: Universal Remote System Operation

    Instruments and Controls 5-53 Universal Remote System Reprogramming a Single Universal Remote System Operation Button Using the Universal Remote To reprogram any of the system System buttons: Press and hold the appropriate 1. Press and hold any one of the Universal Remote system button for buttons.

  • Page 162

    5-54 Instruments and Controls NOTES...

  • Page 215: Table Of Contents

    Driving and Operating Driving and Retained Accessory Parking Brake (Manual) ..9-32 Power (RAP) ....9-21 Brake Assist ....9-33 Operating Shifting Into Park (Automatic Hill Start Assist (HSA) .

  • Page 216: Driving And Operating, Driving Information, Distracted Driving

    Driving and Operating Designate a front seat Fuel Driving Information passenger to handle potential Fuel ......9-62 distractions.

  • Page 217: Control Of A Vehicle, Drunk Driving, Defensive Driving

    Driving and Operating Allow enough following distance Control of a Vehicle Warning between you and the driver in Braking, steering, and accelerating front of you. Taking your eyes off the road too are important factors in helping to Focus on the task of driving. long or too often could cause a control a vehicle while driving.

  • Page 218

    Driving and Operating If the engine ever stops while the If the vehicle seems harder to steer Normal use of the power steering vehicle is being driven, brake than normal when parking or driving assist should return when the normally but do not pump the slowly, there may be a problem with system cools down.

  • Page 219: Off-road Recovery, Loss Of Control

    Driving and Operating Holding both sides of the Steering or Cornering The vehicle's right wheels can drop steering wheel allows you to turn Skid too much speed or off the edge of a road onto the 180 degrees without removing steering in a curve causes tires shoulder while driving.

  • Page 220

    Driving and Operating material on the road. Learn to Caution Caution (Continued) recognize warning clues such as enough water, ice, or packed Low oil levels can damage the could be caused to the rear axle snow on the road to make a engine.

  • Page 221: Driving On Wet Roads

    Driving and Operating Additional cooling capacity is For 3.6L Engine Only: For vehicles equipped with front also required for continuous Brembo brake systems: Keep the level at or near 0.5 L competitive driving. (0.5 qt) above the upper mark Performance/racing brake pads that shows the proper operating are required prior to racing or Driving on Wet Roads...

  • Page 222: Hill And Mountain Roads, Highway Hypnosis

    Driving and Operating Keep your eyes moving scan Other Rainy Weather Tips Warning (Continued) the road ahead and to the sides. Besides slowing down, other wet Check the rearview mirror and weather driving tips include: Flowing or rushing water creates vehicle instruments often.

  • Page 223: Winter Driving

    Driving and Operating Pay attention to special road Try not to break the fragile traction. Warning (Continued) signs (falling rocks area, winding If you accelerate too fast, the drive roads, long grades, passing or wheels will spin and polish the could result in a loss of braking.

  • Page 224

    9-10 Driving and Operating Turn off cruise control on slippery Warning (Continued) Warning (Continued) surfaces. Blizzard Conditions vehicle and set the fan speed cannot be seen or smelled. It can to the highest setting. See cause unconsciousness and even Being stuck in snow can be a Climate Control Systems .

  • Page 225: Vehicle Load Limits, If The Vehicle Is Stuck

    Driving and Operating 9-11 If the Vehicle Is Stuck Rocking the Vehicle to Get Vehicle Load Limits it Out Slowly and cautiously spin the It is very important to know how Turn the steering wheel left and wheels to free the vehicle when much weight the vehicle can right to clear the area around the stuck in sand, mud, ice, or snow.

  • Page 226

    9-12 Driving and Operating 2. Maximum Vehicle Capacity There is also important loading Warning (Continued) Weight information on the Certification label. It tells you the Gross 3. Size of the Original Equipment vehicle handles. This could Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) Tires cause loss of control and a and the Gross Axle Weight...

  • Page 227

    Driving and Operating 9-13 The resulting figure equals reduces the available cargo Subtract Occupant Weight @ and luggage load capacity of the available amount of cargo 68 kg (150 lbs) × 2 = 136 kg your vehicle. and luggage load capacity. (300 lbs).

  • Page 228

    9-14 Driving and Operating Available Cargo Weight = Refer to the vehicle's Tire and the vehicle, called the Gross Loading Information label for Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR). 113 kg (250 lbs). specific information about the The GVWR includes the weight vehicle's capacity weight and of the vehicle, all occupants, seating positions.

  • Page 229

    Driving and Operating 9-15 Warning (Continued) Warning Warning (Continued) Things inside the vehicle can This can cause systems to Do not leave an strike and injure people in a break and change the way the unsecured child restraint sudden stop or turn, or in a vehicle handles.

  • Page 230: Starting And Operating, Ignition Positions, New Vehicle Break-in

    9-16 Driving and Operating Do not let the engine labor. Starting and Ignition Positions Never lug the engine in high Operating gear at low speeds. With a manual transmission, shift to the next lower gear. This rule New Vehicle Break-In applies at all times, not just Follow these recommended during the break-in period.

  • Page 231

    Driving and Operating 9-17 to the Keyless Access system. See Manual Transmission If the vehicle must be shut off in an emergency: If the vehicle is stationary, the ignition will turn OFF, and Retained 1. Brake using a firm and steady Accessory Power (RAP) will remain pressure.

  • Page 232: Starting The Engine

    9-18 Driving and Operating The ignition will switch from ACC/ The instruments and audio systems Warning ACCESSORY to OFF after will operate as they do in ON/RUN/ five minutes to prevent battery START, but the vehicle will not be Turning off the vehicle while rundown.

  • Page 233

    Driving and Operating 9-19 The idle speed will go down as starting the engine and protects Caution the engine gets warm. Do not components. If the START race the engine immediately button is pressed, and then If you add electrical parts or after starting it.

  • Page 234: Engine Heater

    9-20 Driving and Operating Operate the engine and 3. Plug it into a normal, grounded Caution (Continued) transmission gently until the oil 110-volt AC outlet. warms up and lubricates all battery. Wait at least 15 seconds moving parts. Warning between each try, to let the cranking motor cool down.

  • Page 235: Shifting Into Park

    Driving and Operating 9-21 Retained Accessory 2. Move the shift lever into P (Park) Warning (Continued) by holding in the button on the Power (RAP) shift lever and pushing the lever Do not leave the vehicle when the all the way toward the front of These accessories can be used engine is running.

  • Page 236: Shifting Out Of Park

    9-22 Driving and Operating Torque Lock (Automatic out of P (Park), unless the ignition is If unable to shift out of P (Park): in ON/RUN/START and the brake Transmission) 1. Fully release the shift lever pedal is applied. button. Torque lock is when the weight of The shift lock release is always the vehicle puts too much force on 2.

  • Page 237: Engine Exhaust, Parking Over Things That Burn

    Driving and Operating 9-23 If parking on a hill, or if the vehicle Engine Exhaust Warning (Continued) is pulling a trailer, see There are holes or openings Warning in the vehicle body from damage or aftermarket Engine exhaust contains carbon Parking over Things modifications that are not monoxide (CO) which cannot be...

  • Page 238: Running The Vehicle While Parked

    9-24 Driving and Operating Running the Vehicle Automatic Warning While Parked Transmission It is dangerous to get out of the It is better not to park with the vehicle if the shift lever is not fully engine running. in P (Park) with the parking brake If the vehicle is left with the engine firmly set.

  • Page 239

    Driving and Operating 9-25 from P (Park) with the ignition in ON/ ice, or sand without damaging the Caution RUN/START. If you cannot shift out transmission. See of P (Park), ease pressure on the Shifting out of P (Park) or shift lever and push the shift lever N (Neutral): In this position, the N (Neutral) with the engine...

  • Page 240: Manual Mode

    9-26 Driving and Operating Downshifting the transmission in The vehicle will exit these features slippery road conditions could result and return to normal operation after in skidding; see Skidding under a short period when no spirited driving is detected. See Caution Manual Mode Spinning the tires or holding the...

  • Page 241

    Driving and Operating 9-27 3. To cancel DSC, move the shift 2. Pull the control toward you to revolutions per minute (rpm). The lever back to D (Drive). shift. Pull the left control to transmission will not automatically ( ) downshift, and the right shift to the next lower or higher gear Tap Shift control to (+) upshift.

  • Page 242: Manual Transmission

    9-28 Driving and Operating Manual Transmission 2 (Second): Press the clutch pedal Warning and let up on the accelerator pedal, If equipped, this is the shift pattern then shift into 2 (Second). Then, If you skip a gear when for the manual transmission. slowly let up on the clutch pedal downshifting, you could lose while accelerating.

  • Page 243: Drive Systems, All-wheel Drive, Antilock Brake System (abs

    Driving and Operating 9-29 Drive Systems Brakes If driving safely on a wet road and it becomes necessary to slam on the brakes and continue braking to All-Wheel Drive Antilock Brake avoid a sudden obstacle, a System (ABS) computer senses that the wheels Vehicles with this feature always are slowing down.

  • Page 244

    9-30 Driving and Operating suddenly slows or stops. Always Parking Brake (Electric) If equipped with an Electric Parking leave enough room up ahead to Brake (EPB), the switch is on the stop, even with ABS. center console for manual transmission vehicles, or on the left Using ABS side of the instrument panel for automatic transmission vehicles.

  • Page 245

    Driving and Operating 9-31 EPB Apply status light remains on. If the amber 3. Push down momentarily on the parking brake warning light is on, EPB switch. To apply the EPB: see your dealer. The EPB is released when the red 1.

  • Page 246: Parking Brake (manual)

    9-32 Driving and Operating Automatic EPB Release Parking Brake (Manual) Caution The EPB will automatically release if the vehicle is running, placed into Driving with the parking brake on gear, and an attempt is made to can overheat the brake system drive away.

  • Page 247: Brake Assist, Ride Control Systems, Hill Start Assist (hsa), System Operation

    Driving and Operating 9-33 Brake Assist Hill Start Assist (HSA) Ride Control Systems This vehicle has a brake assist This vehicle has an HSA feature, Traction Control/ feature designed to assist the driver which may be useful when the in stopping or decreasing vehicle vehicle is stopped on a grade.

  • Page 248

    9-34 Driving and Operating vehicle wheel brakes to assist the comes on and stays on: driver in keeping the vehicle on the 1. Stop the vehicle. intended path. 2. Turn the engine off and wait If cruise control is being used and 15 seconds.

  • Page 249: Driver Mode Control

    Driving and Operating 9-35 Turning the Systems Off To turn off both TCS and StabiliTrak, Caution and On press and hold the button until the Traction Off light Do not repeatedly brake or accelerate heavily when TCS is StabiliTrak OFF Light come on off.

  • Page 250

    9-36 Driving and Operating various sub-systems. Depending on similar on a smooth road. Select a the option package, available new setting whenever driving features, and mode selected, the conditions change. suspension, steering, and Tour Mode powertrain will change calibrations to achieve the desired mode Use for normal city and highway characteristics.

  • Page 251: Cruise Control, Limited-slip Rear Axle

    Driving and Operating 9-37 Snow/Ice Mode Limited-Slip Rear Axle Cruise Control Use when more traction is needed Vehicles with a limited-slip rear axle during slippery conditions. The can give more traction on snow, Warning transmission will use 2 (Second) mud, ice, sand, or gravel. When gear instead of 1 (First) gear when Cruise control can be dangerous traction is low, this feature allows...

  • Page 252

    9-38 Driving and Operating If equipped with a manual (5 mph) mark on the speedometer, transmission, the cruise control will press +RES up to the second remain active when the gears are detent. shifted. The cruise is deactivated if SET (Set/Coast): Press the the clutch is depressed for several control down briefly to set the speed seconds.

  • Page 253

    Driving and Operating 9-39 3. Press and release the SET Increasing Speed While Cruise Reducing Speed While Cruise control on the steering wheel. Control is at a Set Speed Control is at a Set Speed 4. Remove foot from the If the cruise control system is If the cruise control system is already activated:...

  • Page 254: Adaptive Cruise Control

    9-40 Driving and Operating . The increment value to brake or shift to a lower gear to Adaptive Cruise Control used depends on the units keep the vehicle speed down. If the If equipped with Adaptive Cruise displayed. brake is applied, the cruise control Control (ACC), it allows the driver to disengages.

  • Page 255

    Driving and Operating 9-41 . When road Warning conditions allow ACC to be safely used, the ACC can be turned Adaptive Cruise Control will not back on. detect or brake for children, ACC will not engage if the TCS or pedestrians, animals, or other StabiliTrak electronic stability control objects.

  • Page 256

    9-42 Driving and Operating SET (Set/Coast): Press the Select the set speed desired for control down briefly to set the speed cruise. This is the vehicle speed and activate ACC or to decrease when no vehicle is detected in its vehicle speed if ACC is already path slower than the set speed.

  • Page 257

    Driving and Operating 9-43 To increase vehicle speed in Press and hold SET down until Increasing Speed While ACC is at larger increments, press +RES the desired lower speed is a Set Speed up to the second detent. For reached, then release it. If ACC is already activated, do one each press, the vehicle speed To decrease the vehicle speed in...

  • Page 258

    9-44 Driving and Operating vehicle's speed and attempt to or Near) for the Forward Collision Approaching and Following a maintain the follow distance gap Alert (FCA) feature. See Vehicle selected. Press on the steering wheel to Alerting the Driver adjust the following gap. Each press cycles the gap button through three settings: Far, Medium, or Near.

  • Page 259

    Driving and Operating 9-45 lamps will come on. The automatic ACC Automatically Disengages traffic before proceeding. In braking may feel or sound different addition, the left and right sides of ACC may automatically disengage than if the brakes were applied the Safety Alert Seat will pulse three and the driver will need to manually manually.

  • Page 260

    9-46 Driving and Operating A DIC warning message may ACC Override Warning (Continued) display indicating to shift to P (Park) If using the accelerator pedal while before exiting the vehicle. See ACC is active, a DIC warning accelerates up to the set speed, message will indicate that automatic especially when following a braking will not occur.

  • Page 261

    Driving and Operating 9-47 ACC may operate differently in a Other Vehicle Lane Changes sharp curve. It may reduce the vehicle speed if the curve is too sharp. ACC may detect a vehicle that is not in your lane and apply the brakes.

  • Page 262: Driver Assistance Systems

    9-48 Driving and Operating Do not use ACC when driving on Cleaning the Sensing System Driver Assistance steep hills or when towing a trailer. The camera sensor on the back of Systems ACC will not detect a vehicle in the the rearview mirror and the radar lane while driving on steep hills.

  • Page 263: Camera (rvc)

    Driving and Operating 9-49 Audible or Safety Alert Seat Warning System, Rear Cross Traffic Warning (Continued) Alert (RCTA), and/or Front Parking Some driver assistance features Assist. alert the driver of obstacles by Under many conditions, these beeping. To change the volume of When the vehicle is shifted into systems will not: the warning chime, see Comfort...

  • Page 264

    9-50 Driving and Operating RVC screen to warn of traffic Warning (Continued) coming from either direction. This system detects objects coming from vehicle using only the RVC up to 20 m (65 ft) from the left or screen, during longer, higher right side behind the vehicle.

  • Page 265

    Driving and Operating 9-51 vehicle. These detection distances Safety Alert Seat will pulse five may be less during warmer or humid times. Beeps for Front Parking weather. Assist are higher pitched than for Rear Parking Assist. Warning Vehicles with Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) have the Backing The parking assist system does Warning System, which is designed...

  • Page 266

    9-52 Driving and Operating vehicle is backing too fast to avoid a Pressing the brake pedal after the Warning crash with a detected object, it may vehicle comes to a stop will release automatically brake hard to a stop. the Rear Automatic Braking. If the The Backing Warning System brake pedal is not pressed within only operates at speeds greater...

  • Page 267

    Driving and Operating 9-53 Turning the Features On or Off The Rear Vision Camera (RVC), the Emergency Braking System can parking assist symbols, guidance help to avoid a crash or reduce lines, and Rear Cross Traffic Alert crash damage. (RCTA) can be turned on or off Forward Collision Alert through the Settings menu on the infotainment system:...

  • Page 268

    9-54 Driving and Operating Detecting the Vehicle Ahead Warning Warning (Continued) FCA is a warning system and or ice, or if the windshield is does not apply the brakes. When damaged. It may also not detect a approaching a slower-moving or vehicle on winding or hilly roads, stopped vehicle ahead too rapidly, or in conditions that can limit...

  • Page 269

    Driving and Operating 9-55 Tailgating Alert Without Head-Up Display When your vehicle approaches The vehicle-ahead indicator will another detected vehicle too rapidly, display amber when you are the red FCA display will flash on the following a detected vehicle ahead windshield.

  • Page 270

    9-56 Driving and Operating alert will occur. Consider traffic and Active Emergency Warning weather conditions when selecting Braking System the alert timing. The range of IBA may increase vehicle braking selectable alert timing may not be If the vehicle has Adaptive Cruise in situations when it may not be appropriate for all drivers and Control (ACC) it also has the Active...

  • Page 271

    Driving and Operating 9-57 happens, Automatic Braking will Warning Warning (Continued) engage the Electric Parking Brake (EPB) to hold the vehicle at a stop. ACP is an emergency crash Complete attention is always To release the EPB, press the EPB preparation feature and is not required while driving, and you button.

  • Page 272: Side Blind Zone Alert (sbza)

    9-58 Driving and Operating Collision/Detection Systems under SBZA Detection Zones Warning SBZA does not alert the driver to vehicles rapidly approaching Warning outside of the side blind zones, pedestrians, bicyclists, Using the Automatic Collision or animals. It may not provide Preparation System while towing alerts when changing lanes under a trailer could cause you to lose...

  • Page 273

    Driving and Operating 9-59 over that is in the side blind zone. SBZA can be disabled through serviced. The system may light up This indicates it may be unsafe to vehicle personalization. See due to guardrails, signs, trees, change lanes. Before making a lane Collision/Detection Systems under shrubs, and other non-moving change, check the SBZA display,...

  • Page 274: Lane Departure Warning (ldw)

    9-60 Driving and Operating When SBZA is disabled for any Seat pulses will occur on the left or Warning (Continued) reason other than the driver turning right side of the seat, depending on it off, the Side Blind Zone Alert On the lane departure direction.

  • Page 275

    Driving and Operating 9-61 When the System Does Not Warning Seem to Work Properly If the LDW symbol does not appear LDW does not provide a warning when the system is on and the to help avoid a crash, unless it vehicle is traveling at least detects the lane markings.

  • Page 276: Recommended Fuel

    9-62 Driving and Operating Fuel If the vehicle has a yellow fuel cap, knocking noise, commonly referred E85 or FlexFuel can be used in the to as spark knock, might be heard. Use of the recommended fuel is an vehicle. See If the octane is less than 87, a important part of the proper heavy knocking noise might be...

  • Page 277: Gasoline Specifications, Fuels In Foreign Countries

    Driving and Operating 9-63 then they are acceptable to use. Gasoline Specifications vehicle may not pass a smog-check However, E85 (85% ethanol) and test. See At a minimum, gasoline should meet other fuels containing more than . If this occurs, ASTM specification D 4814.

  • Page 278: Fuel Additives, E85 Or Flexfuel

    9-64 Driving and Operating Fuel Additives The use of E85 or FlexFuel is Because E85 or FlexFuel has less encouraged when the vehicle is energy per liter (gallon) than To keep fuel systems clean, TOP designed to use it. E85 or FlexFuel gasoline, the vehicle will need to be TIER Detergent Gasoline is is made from renewable sources.

  • Page 279: Filling The Tank

    Driving and Operating 9-65 Filling the Tank To open the fuel door, push the Warning (Continued) rearward center edge in and release and it will open. Warning Fuel can spray out if the fuel To remove the tethered fuel cap, cap is opened too quickly.

  • Page 280: Filling A Portable Fuel Container

    9-66 Driving and Operating When replacing the fuel cap, turn it Caution (Continued) Warning (Continued) clockwise until it clicks once. Make sure the cap is fully installed. The Remove the container from might cause the malfunction diagnostic system can determine if the vehicle, trunk, or pickup indicator lamp to light, and could the fuel cap has been left off or...

  • Page 281: Trailer Towing

    Driving and Operating 9-67 Do not tow a trailer during the Trailer Towing Warning first 2 414 km (1500 mi) to prevent damage to the engine, General Towing When towing a trailer, exhaust axle, or other parts. gases may collect at the rear of Information Then during the first 800 km the vehicle and enter if the...

  • Page 282

    9-68 Driving and Operating Towing a trailer requires a certain Passing Caution (Continued) amount of experience. The More passing distance is needed combination you are driving is when towing a trailer. The The vehicle could be damaged. longer and not as responsive as the combination will not accelerate as Avoid making very sharp turns vehicle itself.

  • Page 283

    Driving and Operating 9-69 Vehicles can tow in D (Drive). Shift Parking on Hills 4. Reapply the brake pedal. Then the transmission to a lower gear if apply the parking brake and shift the transmission shifts too often into P (Park). Warning under heavy loads and/or hilly 5.

  • Page 284

    9-70 Driving and Operating lubricant, belts, cooling system, and how much the vehicle is used to pull curb weight of the vehicle, any brake system. It is a good idea to a trailer are all important. It can cargo carried in it, and the people inspect these before and during depend on any special equipment who will be riding in the vehicle.

  • Page 285: Towing Equipment

    Driving and Operating 9-71 The trailer tongue (1) should weigh Towing Equipment Safety Chains 10 percent of the total loaded trailer Always attach chains between the Hitches weight (2). vehicle and the trailer. Cross the Use the correct hitch equipment. After loading the trailer, weigh the safety chains under the tongue of See your dealer or a hitch dealer for...

  • Page 286

    9-72 Driving and Operating Conversions and Add-Ons Add-On Electrical Equipment Caution Some electrical equipment can damage the vehicle or cause components to not work and would not be covered by the warranty. Always check with your dealer before adding electrical equipment.

  • Page 287

    Washer Fluid ....10-22 Brakes ..... 10-22 Electrical System Brake Fluid .

  • Page 288

    Tire Inspection ....10-54 Tire Rotation ....10-54 Jump Starting ....10-72 For service and parts needs, visit When It Is Time for New your dealer.

  • Page 289

    cause cancer and birth defects or handling, emissions systems, other reproductive harm. Engine aerodynamics, durability, and exhaust, many parts and systems, electronic systems like antilock many fluids, and some component brakes, traction control, and stability wear by-products contain and/or control. These accessories or emit these chemicals.

  • Page 290

    This vehicle has an airbag system. Before attempting to do your own To open the hood: service work, see Keep a record with all parts receipts and list the mileage and the date of any service work performed. See 2. Go to the front of the vehicle and Even small amounts of move the secondary hood contamination can cause damage...

  • Page 292

    1. Windshield Washer Fluid Reservoir. See 2. Positive (+) Battery Terminal. 3. Engine Coolant Surge Tank and Pressure Cap. See 5. Engine Cooling Fan (Out of View). See 6. Engine Oil Fill Cap. See 7. Engine Oil Dipstick. See 9. Brake/Clutch Fluid Reservoir.

  • Page 294

    1. Windshield Washer Fluid Reservoir. See 2. Positive (+) Battery Terminal. 3. Engine Coolant Surge Tank and Pressure Cap. See 5. Engine Cooling Fan (Out of View). See 6. Engine Oil Fill Cap. See 7. Engine Oil Dipstick. See 9. Brake/Clutch Fluid Reservoir.

  • Page 296

    1. Windshield Washer Fluid Reservoir. See It is a good idea to check the engine To ensure proper engine oil level at each fuel fill. In order to performance and long life, careful 2. Positive (+) Battery Terminal. get an accurate reading, the vehicle attention must be paid to engine oil.

  • Page 297

    2. Pull out the dipstick and clean it with a paper towel or cloth, then Selecting the right engine oil push it back in all the way. depends on both the proper oil operating range, i.e., the engine Remove it again, keeping the tip specification and viscosity grade.

  • Page 298

    temperatures. When selecting an oil properly dispose of clothing or rags of the appropriate viscosity grade, containing used engine oil. See the always select an oil of the correct manufacturer's warnings about the Failure to use the recommended specification. See Specification use and disposal of oil products.

  • Page 299

    the oil life system to work properly, since the last oil change. Be careful not to reset the oil life the system must be reset every time Remember to reset the oil life display accidentally at any time the oil is changed. system whenever the oil is changed.

  • Page 300

    It is not necessary to check the It is not necessary to check the transmission fluid level. manual transmission fluid level. A transmission fluid leak is the only A transmission fluid leak is the only reason for fluid loss. If a leak reason for fluid loss.

  • Page 301

    Do not remove the cap to check the release loose dust and dirt. If the fluid level or to top off the fluid level. filter remains covered with dirt, a for replacement intervals. Remove the cap only when new filter is required. necessary to add the proper fluid To inspect or replace the air cleaner/ until the level reaches the MIN line.

  • Page 302

    The cooling system allows the engine to maintain the correct working temperature. 1. Engine Coolant Surge Tank and 1. Engine Coolant Surge Tank and Pressure Cap Pressure Cap 2. Engine Cooling Fan (Out 2. Engine Cooling Fan (Out of View) of View) 1.

  • Page 303

    Heater and radiator hoses, and vehicle warranty. Always use other engine parts, can be very DEX-COOL (silicate-free) coolant Adding only plain water or some hot. Do not touch them. If you do, in the vehicle. other liquid to the cooling system you can be burned.

  • Page 304

    Gives boiling protection up to Never dispose of engine coolant by If coolant is visible but the coolant 129°C (265°F), engine putting it in the trash, pouring it on level is not at or above the COLD temperature. the ground, or into sewers, streams, FILL line, add a 50/50 mixture of or bodies of water.

  • Page 305

    DEX-COOL coolant at the coolant surge tank, but be sure the cooling system, including the coolant surge You can be burned if you spill The coolant warning system is set tank pressure cap, is cool before coolant on hot engine parts. you do it.

  • Page 306

    surge tank pressure cap and can feel the upper radiator hose If the coolant is not at the proper upper radiator hose, is no getting hot. Watch out for the levels, repeat Steps 1 3 and longer hot. engine cooling fan. reinstall the pressure cap and close the service port.

  • Page 307

    2. Turn the heater on to the highest temperature and to the highest fan speed. Open the windows as Running the engine without If you keep driving when the necessary. coolant may cause damage or a engine is overheated, the liquids 3.

  • Page 308

    This vehicle has disc brakes. Disc Do not use engine coolant brake pads have built-in wear When windshield washer fluid is (antifreeze) in the windshield indicators that make a high-pitched needed, be sure to read the washer. It can damage the warning sound when the brake pads manufacturer's instructions before windshield washer system...

  • Page 309

    Some driving conditions or climates can cause a brake squeal when the The braking system on a vehicle is brakes are first applied or lightly complex. Its many parts have to be applied. This does not mean of top quality and work well together something is wrong with the brakes.

  • Page 310

    since a leak means that sooner Always clean the brake/clutch fluid or later the brakes will not reservoir cap and the area around The brake/clutch fluid can be work well. the cap before removing it. This checked without taking off the cap helps keep dirt from entering the Do not top off the brake/clutch fluid.

  • Page 311

    4. Start and run the engine for at least 30 seconds. be replaced. Do not let Battery posts, terminals, and someone put in the wrong related accessories contain lead kind of fluid. and lead compounds, chemicals known to the State of California to If brake fluid is spilled on the Batteries have acid that can burn cause cancer and reproductive...

  • Page 312

    2. Drain Plug To get an accurate reading, the If the vehicle is equipped with vehicle should be on a level All-Wheel-Drive (AWD), this is an surface. additional system that needs lubrication. If the level is below the bottom of the fill plug hole, on the transfer case, some lubricant will need to be added.

  • Page 313

    1. Before starting this check, be normal effort. If the shift lever sure there is enough room moves out of P (Park), contact around the vehicle. your dealer for service. 2. Apply both the parking brake and the regular brake. Do not use the accelerator pedal, and be ready to turn off When you are doing this...

  • Page 314

    pressure from the regular brake To replace the windshield wiper 4. Remove the wiper blade. pedal. Do this until the vehicle is blade: Allowing the wiper blade arm to held by the parking brake only. 1. Pull the windshield wiper touch the windshield when no To check the P (Park) assembly away from the...

  • Page 315

    Headlamp aim has been preset and For the proper type of replacement should need no further adjustment. bulbs, see If the vehicle is damaged in a crash, the headlamp aim may be affected. For any bulb changing procedure The high intensity discharge If adjustment to the headlamps is not listed in this section, contact lighting system operates at a very...

  • Page 316

    4. Install the new bulb in the bulb socket. 5. Install the bulb socket by turning clockwise. 1. Bulb Socket 1. Back-Up Bulb Socket 2. Bulb 2. Back-Up Lamp Assembly 3. Lamp Assembly To replace one of these bulbs: To replace one of these bulbs: 1.

  • Page 317

    4. Pull the bulb (2) straight out of the bulb socket (1). An electrical overload may cause 5. Push the replacement bulb the lamps to go on and off, or in straight into the bulb socket and some cases to remain off. Have the turn the bulb socket clockwise to headlamp wiring checked right away install it into the lamp assembly.

  • Page 318

    Spilling liquid on any electrical The wiring circuits in the vehicle are The underhood fuse block is on the component on the vehicle may protected from short circuits by a passenger side of the engine damage it. Always keep the combination of fuses and circuit compartment.

  • Page 319

    Not Used Not Used Not Used Body Control Module 6 Not Used Driver Power Seat Not Used Headlamp Washer Relay Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used Passenger Power Seat Body Control Module 5 Passive Entry/ Passive Start...

  • Page 320

    AFS AHL/ Fuel Heater Not Used Pedestrian Headlamp Washer AIR Solenoid Relay Protection Not Used Washer Passenger Window Antilock Brake Rear Washer Relay Switch System Pump Front Washer Relay Body Control Antilock Brake Module 7 Not Used System Valve Sunroof Instrument Panel AIR Pump Front Wiper...

  • Page 321

    Right High Intensity AIR Solenoid Discharge The instrument panel fuse block is Transmission Headlamp in the end of the driver side of the Control Module/ instrument panel. Spare Headlamp High Left/Right Headlamp Low Relay Horn Headlamp high Horn Relay Relay Cooling Fan Starter Aero Shutter...

  • Page 322

    To install the end cover, insert the tabs on the back of the cover into the slots in the instrument panel at the points shown. Align the clips with the slots in the instrument panel, and press the cover into place.

  • Page 323

    Spare Spare Spare Electric Steering Spare Column Lock Spare Spare Data Link Front Heater, Spare Connector Ventilation, and Air Spare Conditioning Blower Heater, Ventilation, Sensing Diagnostic and Air Conditioning Module/Automatic Control Occupant Sensing Tilt and Telescope Retained Accessory Steering Column Radio/DVD/Heater, Power/Accessory Ventilation, and Air...

  • Page 324

    The rear compartment fuse block is behind a cover on the driver side of the rear compartment. The vehicle may not be equipped with all of the fuses, relays, and features shown.

  • Page 325

    Not Used Not Used Electric Parking Brake Left Window Semi-Active Not Used Damping System Body Control Module 8 Trunk Release Transfer Case Control Module A/C Inverter Run Relay Theft Module/ Passive Entry Logistics Relay Universal Garage Passive Start Logistics Fuse Door Opener/Rain Battery 1 Sensor...

  • Page 326

    Memory Seat and a serious crash. See Module Every new GM vehicle has Body Control high-quality tires made by a Module 3 Underinflated tires pose leading tire manufacturer. See Not Used the same danger as the warranty manual for Battery Regulated overloaded tires.

  • Page 327

    traction or performance as winter tires on snow or ice-covered roads. for inflation pressure Worn or old tires can adjustment for high-speed cause a crash. If the tread driving. is badly worn, This vehicle was not originally replace them. equipped with winter tires. Winter Replace any tires that tires are designed for increased This vehicle may come with...

  • Page 328

    Use only radial ply tires of the (50 mi); and a heavy load 45 km same size, load range, and (25 mi). As soon as possible, speed rating as the original contact the nearest authorized GM If the low tire warning light equipment tires.

  • Page 329

    normal driving conditions. See your temperatures or on snow or ice aspect ratio, construction type, dealer for wheel or sensor covered roads is expected. See and service description. See the replacement. Tire Size illustration later in this section for more detail. Useful information about a tire is Using liquid sealants can damage molded into its sidewall.

  • Page 330

    manufactured date. The first two performance factors: treadwear, digits represent the week traction, and temperature The United States version of a (01-52) and the last two digits, resistance. For more information metric tire sizing system. The the year. For example, the third letter P as the first character in week of the year 2010 would the tire size means a passenger...

  • Page 331

    diagonal or bias ply construction; and the letter B combined weight of optional amount of air pressure in a tire, means belted-bias ply accessories. Some examples of measured in kPa (kilopascal) construction. optional accessories are or psi (pounds per square inch) automatic transmission, power before a tire has built up heat Diameter of...

  • Page 332

    identify the tire manufacturer, An assigned production plant, brand, and number ranging from 1 to 279 Designated seating positions. date of production. that corresponds to the load carrying capacity of a tire. Gross Vehicle Weight side of an asymmetrical tire that Rating.

  • Page 333

    Narrow 68 kg (150 lb) plus the rated bands, sometimes called wear cargo load. See bars, that show across the tread of a tire when only 1.6 mm A pneumatic (1/16 in) of tread remains. See tire in which the ply cords that Load on an individual tire extend to the beads are laid at due to curb weight, accessory...

  • Page 334

    The Tire and Loading Information label on the vehicle Use a good quality pocket-type indicates the original equipment Neither tire underinflation nor gauge to check the tire tires and the correct cold tire overinflation is good. pressure. Proper tire inflation inflation pressures.

  • Page 335

    of the tire valve to release air. has ended. See Re-check the tire pressure with the tire gauge. driven at high speeds, make sure the tires are rated for high-speed Return the valve caps on the operation, in excellent condition, valve stems to keep out dirt and and set to the correct cold tire moisture and prevent leaks.

  • Page 336

    As an added safety feature, your Your vehicle has also been alternate tires and wheels allow the vehicle has been equipped with a equipped with a TPMS malfunction TPMS to continue to function tire pressure monitoring system indicator to indicate when the properly.

  • Page 337

    about the DIC operation and displays see The low tire pressure warning light may come on in cool weather when the vehicle is first started, and then Tire sealant materials are not all When a low tire pressure condition turn off as the vehicle is driven. This the same.

  • Page 338

    The TPMS sensor matching Operating electronic devices or process was not done or not being near facilities using radio completed successfully after wave frequencies similar to the The TPMS will not function properly rotating the tires. The TPMS could cause the TPMS if one or more of the TPMS sensors malfunction light and the DIC sensors to malfunction.

  • Page 339

    using a TPMS relearn tool, in the 4. Use the five-way DIC control on 8. Proceed to the passenger side following order: driver side front tire, the right side of the steering front tire, and repeat Step 7. passenger side front tire, passenger wheel to scroll to the Tire 9.

  • Page 340

    The tire has a puncture, cut, rotation, check the wheel or other damage that cannot alignment. See We recommend that the tires, be repaired well because of including the spare tire, if the the size or location of the vehicle has one, be inspected damage.

  • Page 341

    Use this rotation pattern if the Adjust the front and rear tires to vehicle has different size tires the recommended inflation on the front and rear and they pressure on the Tire and off and cause an accident. When are non-directional. Loading Information label after changing a wheel, remove any the tires have been rotated.

  • Page 342

    The rubber in tires ages over time. slow aging. This area should be free This also applies to the spare tire, of grease, gasoline, or other if the vehicle has one, even if it is substances that can deteriorate never used. Multiple factors rubber.

  • Page 343

    GM's exclusive TPC Spec If proper rotation and system considers over a dozen maintenance have been done, critical specifications that impact all four tires should wear out at could cause injury or death. the overall performance of the about the same time. See Only your dealer or authorized vehicle, including brake system tire service center should...

  • Page 344

    The Tire and Loading Information label indicates the original equipment tires on the Using bias-ply tires on the If different sized wheels are used, vehicle. See vehicle may cause the wheel there may not be an acceptable , for the label level of performance and safety if rim flanges to develop cracks location and more information...

  • Page 345

    nominal rim diameters of graded 150 would wear one and 10 to 12 inches (25 to 30 cm), one-half (1½) times as well on or to some limited-production the government course as a tire Quality grades can be found tires. graded 100.

  • Page 346

    straight-ahead braking traction performance on the laboratory surface variations such as troughs or ruts, is normal. If the vehicle is tests, and does not include test wheel than the minimum vibrating when driving on a smooth acceleration, cornering, required by law. Warning: The road, the tires and wheels may need hydroplaning, or peak traction temperature grade for this tire is...

  • Page 347

    Replace wheels, wheel bolts, wheel nuts, or Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS) sensors with new ground clearance, and tire replace them, be sure to get new GM original equipment parts. clearance to the body and GM original equipment chassis. wheel nuts. Using the wrong replacement wheels, wheel bolts, or wheel nuts can be dangerous.

  • Page 348

    fail suddenly and cause a crash. recommends it for the vehicle's chains that are the proper size for When replacing wheels, use a tire size combination and road the tires. Install them on the tires new GM original equipment conditions. Follow that of the rear axle.

  • Page 349

    A rear blowout, particularly on a If this vehicle does not have run-flat curve, acts much like a skid and tires and a tire goes flat, avoid may require the same correction as further tire and wheel damage by Special tools and procedures are used in a skid.

  • Page 350

    underinflated or flat may cause a and compressor kit instructions blowout and a serious crash. and inflate the tire to its Never attempt to re-inflate a tire recommended pressure. Do not Idling a vehicle in an enclosed that has been driven on while exceed the recommended area with poor ventilation is severely underinflated or flat.

  • Page 351

    equipment, and on some vehicles The kit includes: 2. On/Off Button there may not be a place to store 3. Pressure Gauge a tire. 4. Pressure Deflation Button The tire sealant and compressor 5. Tire Sealant Canister can be used to temporarily seal punctures up to 6 mm (0.25 in) in 6.

  • Page 352

    assembly must be replaced. See 3. Pressure Gauge Removal and Installation of the 4. Pressure Deflation Button Sealant Canister following. 5. Tire Sealant Canister 6. Sealant/Air Hose (Clear) 7. Air Only Hose (Black) 8. Power Plug Follow the directions closely for 9.

  • Page 353

    1. Remove the tire sealant and If the vehicle only has a cigarette 10. Inflate the tire to the compressor kit from its storage lighter, use the cigarette lighter. recommended inflation location. See pressure using the pressure Do not pinch the power plug gauge (3).

  • Page 354

    13. Turn the sealant/air hose (6) 18. Immediately drive the vehicle counterclockwise to remove it 8 km (5 mi) to distribute the from the tire valve stem. sealant in the tire. tire. Remove the power plug from 14. Replace the tire valve 19.

  • Page 355

    21. Dispose of the used sealant 3. Pressure Gauge canister (5) and sealant/air 4. Pressure Deflation Button hose (6) assembly at a local 5. Tire Sealant Canister dealer or in accordance with local state codes and practices. 6. Sealant/Air Hose (Clear) 22.

  • Page 356

    3. Place the kit on the ground. 8. Press and turn the selector excess pressure by pressing switch (1) clockwise to the Air the pressure deflation Make sure the tire valve stem is Only position. button (4) until the proper positioned close to the ground pressure reading is reached.

  • Page 357

    15. Place the equipment in the original storage location in the vehicle. To remove the sealant canister: 1. Unwrap the sealant hose. 2. Press the canister release button (9). 3. Pull up and remove the canister. 4. Replace with a new canister which is available from your dealer.

  • Page 358

    4. Discharged Battery Negative Grounding Point For more information about the The jump start positive post (1) and Ignoring these steps could result vehicle battery, see negative post (2) are on the battery in costly damage to the vehicle of the vehicle providing the jump that would not be covered by the If the battery has run down, try to start.

  • Page 359

    2. Position the two vehicles so that 4. Set the ignition to OFF. Turn off they are not touching. all lights and accessories in both vehicles, except the hazard 3. Set the parking brake firmly and your new vehicle. But if a battery warning flashers if needed.

  • Page 360

    5. Connect one end of the red positive (+) cable to the positive (+) terminal on the If the jumper cables are discharged battery. connected or removed in the 6. Connect the other end of the red Incorrectly towing a disabled wrong order, electrical shorting positive (+) cable to the vehicle may cause damage.

  • Page 361

    What is the distance that will be Use the tow eye for towing a traveled? Some vehicles have disabled vehicle or loading it onto a restrictions on how far and how flatbed car carrier. The tow eye long they can tow. should not be used to recover a Recreational vehicle towing means vehicle from an off road situation.

  • Page 362

    If the vehicle is towed with all four wheels on the ground, the drivetrain components could be damaged. The repairs would not be covered by the vehicle warranty. Do not tow the vehicle with all four wheels on the ground. The vehicle was not designed to be towed with all four wheels on the ground.

  • Page 363

    4. Put the vehicle in P (Park). 5. Securely attach the vehicle being towed to the dolly. 6. Clamp the steering wheel in a straight-ahead position with a Locks are lubricated at the factory. clamping device designed for Use a de-icing agent only when towing.

  • Page 364

    washed. This could cause damage calcium chloride and other salts, ice that would not be covered by the melting agents, road oil and tar, tree vehicle warranty. sap, bird droppings, chemicals from products can be obtained from industrial chimneys, etc., can If using an automatic car wash, your dealer.

  • Page 365

    The bright metal moldings on the vehicle are aluminum. To prevent damage always follow these may damage it. Use only cleaning instructions: non-abrasive waxes and polishes Use only lukewarm or cold water, a Be sure the molding is cool to that are made for a basecoat/ soft cloth, and a car washing soap the touch before applying any...

  • Page 366

    Solvents, alcohols, fuels, squeak. Lubricate weatherstrips at or other harsh cleaners. least once a year. Hot, dry climates Clear debris from the air intakes, may require more frequent Ice scrapers or other hard items. between the hood and windshield application. Black marks from when washing the vehicle.

  • Page 367

    Inspect power steering for proper hook-up, binding, leaks, cracks, chafing, etc. Use a soft, clean cloth with mild To avoid surface damage, do not Visually check constant velocity joint soap and water to clean the wheels. use strong soaps, chemicals, boots and axle seals for leaks.

  • Page 368

    dark spots etched into the paint on any switches or controls. surface. See Finish Care Cleaners should be removed If the vehicle is damaged and previously in this section. quickly. Never allow cleaners to requires sheet metal repair or remain on the surface being replacement, make sure the body cleaned for extended periods repair shop applies anti-corrosion...

  • Page 369

    Do not use laundry detergents or dishwashing soaps with Start by vacuuming the surface degreasers. For liquid cleaners, using a soft brush attachment. If a To prevent scratching, never use use approximately 20 drops per rotating brush attachment is being abrasive cleaners on automotive 3.8 L (1 gal) of water.

  • Page 370

    3. Start on the outside edge of the soil and gently rub toward the center. Fold the cleaning cloth to a clean area frequently to For vehicles with high gloss prevent forcing the soil in to the surfaces or vehicle displays, use a fabric.

  • Page 371

    these solvents can permanently Wash with warm water and mild detergent. Do not use chlorine change the appearance and feel If a floor mat is the wrong size or bleach. Rinse with cold water, and of leather or soft trim and are not is not properly installed, it can then dry completely.

  • Page 372

    Use the floor mat with the correct side up. Do not turn it over. Do not place anything on top of the driver side floor mat. Use only a single floor mat on the driver side. Do not place one floor mat on top of another.

  • Page 395

    Reporting Safety Defects to Procedure ....13-1 Cadillac. Normally, any concerns General Motors ... 13-12...

  • Page 396

    You may contact the BBB Auto Line Center at 1-800 458 8006. In Both General Motors and your Program using the toll-free Canada, call the Canadian Cadillac dealer are committed to making telephone number or write them at Customer Care Centre at...

  • Page 397

    Two, General Motors of Canada Centre, 1-888-446-2000 (English), assistance. However, if a customer Limited wants you to be aware of its 1-800-263-7854 (French), wishes to write or e-mail Cadillac, participation in a no-charge or write to: the letter should be addressed to: mediation/arbitration program.

  • Page 398

    1-800-263-7854 (French) active recalls or search by Vehicle experience is a one-stop resource Roadside Service: 1-800-882-1112 Identification Number (VIN). See that allows interaction with Cadillac and keeps important vehicle-specific information in one place. Contact the local General Motors Business Unit.

  • Page 399

    In the U.S., anyone driving the 365 days a year. vehicle is covered. In Canada, a person driving the vehicle without Take a trip to the Cadillac Owner permission from the owner is not Centre: covered. When calling Roadside Service,...

  • Page 400

    OnStar. failure, incidental expenses may Cadillac parts and tools required to For security reasons, the driver be reimbursed during the handle most roadside repairs. must present identification 6 years/110 000 km (70,000 mi) before this service is given.

  • Page 401

    Vehicle registration is required. When the vehicle requires warranty To enhance your ownership Pre-authorization, service, contact your dealer and experience, we and our participating original detailed receipts, and a request an appointment. By dealers are proud to offer Courtesy copy of the repair orders are scheduling a service appointment Transportation, a customer support required.

  • Page 402

    original receipts and can only be up insurance coverage, credit card, etc. to the maximum amount allowed by You are responsible for fuel usage Warranty service can generally be GM for shuttle service. In addition, charges and may also be completed while you wait.

  • Page 403

    vehicles that were total losses in prior crashes. In most cases, the GM also recommends that you If the vehicle is involved in a parts being recycled are from choose a collision repair facility that collision and it is damaged, have the undamaged sections of the vehicle.

  • Page 404

    When purchasing insurance, we Give only the necessary information If the airbag has inflated, see recommend that you ensure that the to police and other parties involved vehicle will be repaired with GM in the crash. original equipment collision parts. For emergency towing see If such insurance coverage is not available from your current...

  • Page 405

    obligated to have the vehicle RETAIL SELL PRICE: repaired with Genuine GM parts, $25.00 (U.S.) plus handling and Service Bulletins give additional even if your insurance coverage shipping fees. technical service information does not pay the full cost. needed to knowledgeably service If another party's insurance General Motors cars and trucks.

  • Page 406

    However, NHTSA cannot become involved in individual problems between you, your dealer, or General Motors. If you live in Canada, and you To contact NHTSA, you may call believe that the vehicle has a safety the Vehicle Safety Hotline defect, notify Transport Canada toll-free at 1-888-327-4236 immediately, and notify General (TTY: 1-800-424-9153);...

  • Page 407

    Cadillac Customer Assistance This vehicle is equipped with an Center event data recorder (EDR). The Cadillac Motor Car Division main purpose of an EDR is to P.O. Box 33169 record, in certain crash or near The vehicle has a number of...

  • Page 408

    These data can help provide a if the vehicle is leased, with the OnStar Terms and Conditions and better understanding of the consent of the lessee; in response Privacy Statement on the OnStar circumstances in which crashes and to an official request by police or website.

  • Page 409

    GM vehicles does not use or record personal information or link with any other GM system containing personal information. This vehicle has systems that operate on a radio frequency that comply with Part 15 of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules and with Industry Canada Standards RSS GEN/210/220/310.

  • Page 411

    Press Make a call, end a call, or answer an incoming call. Give OnStar Hands-Free Calling OnStar Overview ... . 14-1 voice commands. Give OnStar Turn-by-Turn Emergency ....14-2 Navigation voice commands.

  • Page 412

    Press the OnStar Emergency button to get a priority connection to an OnStar navigation requires the Emergency Advisor available Directions and Connections 24/7 to: service plan. With Automatic Crash Response, Get help for an emergency. the built-in system can automatically Press to receive directions or Be a Good Samaritan or...

  • Page 413

    2. Say Repeat. System responds After the call ends, press the Go with the last direction given, then button on the navigation screen to responds with OnStar ready, begin driving directions. then a tone. If directions are downloaded to the 1.

  • Page 414

    Download the OnStar RemoteLink 1. Press . System responds: ® mobile app to select Apple OnStar ready, followed by 1. Press . System responds: ® Android , and BlackBerry devices a tone. OnStar ready. to check vehicle fuel level, oil life, 2.

  • Page 415

    Automatic Crash Response, Press and say Minutes then Emergency Services, Crisis Assist, Verify to check how many minutes Stolen Vehicle Assistance, Vehicle remain and their expiration date. Diagnostics, Remote Door Unlock, Press to request account transfer Roadside Assistance, Turn-by-Turn eligibility information. The Advisor Navigation, and Hands-Free Calling OnStar Vehicle Diagnostics will can assist in canceling or removing...

  • Page 416

    to function properly. These systems vehicle, damage to the vehicle in a system can provide in-vehicle may not operate if the battery is crash, or wireless phone network access to all of the OnStar services, discharged or disconnected. congestion or jamming. except Virtual Advisor and OnStar Turn-by-Turn Navigation.

  • Page 417

    change the OnStar PIN, call OnStar Roadside Assistance and a route or may ask for a call back and provide the Advisor with the locksmith to help gain access to the after the vehicle is driven into an current number. vehicle.

  • Page 418

    FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT OF The OnStar system is integrated THIRD PARTY RIGHTS. IN NO into the electrical architecture of the Certain OnStar components include EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR vehicle. Do not add any electrical libcurl and unzip software. Below COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE equipment.

  • Page 419

    should be available at Info-ZIP or its contributors be held permitted without inclusion of liable for any direct, indirect, this license, as long as the license.html indefinitely. incidental, special or consequential normal SFX banner has not damages arising out of the use of or been removed from the binary or Copyright (c) 1990-2005 Info-ZIP.

  • Page 420

    Zip-Bugs or Info-ZIP e-mail addresses or of the Info-ZIP URL(s). 4. Info-ZIP retains the right to use the names Info-ZIP, Zip, UnZip, UnZipSFX, WiZ, Pocket UnZip, Pocket Zip, and MacZip for its own source and binary releases.

  • Page 421

    Airbag System AM-FM Radio ....7-8 Check ......3-31 Antenna Accessories and How Does an Airbag...

  • Page 422: Exterior Lighting

    Automatic Transmission Braking System Carbon Monoxide Manual Mode ....9-26 Active Emergency ... .1-19 Engine Exhaust ....9-23 Shift Lock Control Break-In, New Vehicle .

  • Page 423: Climate Controls

    Cleaning Coolant Exterior Care ....10-77 Engine ..... . 10-17 Damage Repair, Collision .

  • Page 424

    Driving Electrical System Engine (cont'd) Heater ......9-20 Assistance Systems ..9-53 Engine Compartment Characteristics and Fuse Block .

  • Page 425

    Flat Tire ..... . 10-62 Fuses General Information FlexFuel Engine Compartment Service and Maintenance ..11-1 E85 .

  • Page 426: Instrument Panel Overview, System

    Heated Infotainment System ..13-14 Lamps (cont'd) Exterior Controls ....6-1 Steering Wheel ....5-3 Instrument Cluster .

  • Page 427: Memory Features, Traction Control System

    Lighting Lights (cont'd) Service Electric Parking Adaptive Forward ....6-5 Maintenance Entry ......6-8 Brake .

  • Page 428: Object Detection System, Parking Or Backing

    ® Messages (cont'd) OnStar Navigation ... . 14-2 ® Ride Control System ..5-39 OnStar Overview ... . . 14-1 Navigation ®...

  • Page 429

    Passenger Airbag Status Program Records Indicator ..... 5-15 Courtesy Transportation ..13-7 Maintenance ....11-16 Passenger Compartment Air Proposition 65 Warning, Recreational Vehicle...

  • Page 430: Running The Vehicle While

    Ride Control Systems Safety Defects Reporting Service ......8-10 Limited Slip Rear Axle ..9-37 Canadian Government .

  • Page 431

    Software Updates ....7-7 Symbols ......iv Tires (cont'd) Pressure Light .

  • Page 432

    Track Events and Vehicle (cont'd) Security ..... .2-16 Competitive Driving ... 9-6 Uniform Tire Quality Traction Speed Messages .

  • Page 433

    Wheels Alignment and Tire Balance ....10-60 Different Size ....10-58 Replacement .

Comments to this Manuals

Symbols: 0
Latest comments: