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  • Page 1 FORD MONDEO Owner's Manual...
  • Page 2 No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, stored in a retrieval system or translated into any language in any form by any means without our written permission. Errors and omissions excepted. © Ford Motor Company 2011 All rights reserved. Part Number: CG3536en 10/2011 20110816142247...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Introduction Alarm About This Manual...........7 Principle of Operation........45 Symbols Glossary..........7 Arming the alarm...........47 Parts and Accessories........7 Disarming the alarm........47 At a Glance Steering Wheel At a Glance............11 Adjusting the Steering Wheel....48 Audio Control..........48 Child Safety Wipers and Washers Child Seats............22 Booster Seats..........23 Windscreen Wipers........50...
  • Page 4 Table of Contents Exterior Mirrors..........73 Ashtray.............126 Electric exterior mirrors........73 Auxiliary Power Points........126 Auto-Dimming Mirror........75 Cup Holders.............127 Blind Spot Monitor.........75 Glove Box............127 Storage compartments......127 Instrument Cluster Map Pockets...........128 Gauges...............78 Memory Function.........128 Warning Lamps and Indicators....80 Glasses Holder..........129 Audible Warnings and Indicators.....82 CD changer.............129 Auxiliary input (AUX IN) socket....130 Information Displays...
  • Page 5 Table of Contents Fuel filler flap..........142 Adaptive cruise control (ACC) Refuelling............144 Refuelling - E85..........144 Principle of Operation........166 Fuel Consumption........144 Using Adaptive Cruise Control....167 Technical Specifications......144 Forward alert function.........171 Transmission Speed Limiter Manual Transmission.........150 Principle of Operation.........172 Automatic Transmission......150 Using the speed limiter.......172 Brakes Driver Alert Principle of Operation.........153...
  • Page 6 Table of Contents Engine Oil Dipstick - 1.6L Duratorq-TDCi Roadside Emergencies (DV) Diesel/2.0L Duratorq-TDCi (DW) First Aid Kit............192 Diesel/2.2L Duratorq-TDCi (DW) Warning Triangle...........192 Diesel............219 Engine Oil Check...........219 Fuses Engine Coolant Check........219 Fuse Box Locations........193 Brake and Clutch Fluid Check....220 Changing a Fuse...........194 Power Steering Fluid Check.....220 Fuse Specification Chart......195 Washer Fluid Check........221...
  • Page 7 Table of Contents Loading the compact disc changer..264 Audio introduction Unloading the compact disc Important audio information....249 changer............265 Compact disc playback......265 Audio unit overview Fast forward/reverse........265 Audio unit overview........250 Shuffle/random...........265 Compact disc track compression..266 Audio system security Compact disc track scanning....266 Security code..........253 Ejecting compact discs......267 Lost security code........253...
  • Page 8 Table of Contents Connectivity General Information........296 Connecting an external device....297 Connecting an external device - Vehicles With: Bluetooth........297 Using a USB device........298 Using an iPod..........300 Navigation introduction Road Safety...........304 Navigation system Getting started..........305 Appendices Type approvals..........307 Type approvals..........307 Type approvals..........307 Type approvals..........308 Electromagnetic compatibility....309...
  • Page 9: Introduction

    All materials used in the manufacture of the interior of this vehicle meet strict requirements of the TÜV TOXPROOF Now you can be sure that your Ford Criteria Catalogue for Vehicle Interiors by parts are Ford parts TÜV Produkt and Umwelt GmbH and are...
  • Page 10 Should the unexpected occur and a major part needs replacing, we recommend that you accept nothing less than Ford Original Parts. The use of Ford Original Parts ensures that your vehicle is repaired to its pre-accident condition and maintains its maximum residual value.
  • Page 11 Introduction Exterior mirror E131724 E131723 Glass Rear window Side glass Windscreen E88507...
  • Page 12 Introduction Lighting Rear lamps Headlamp E131725...
  • Page 13: At A Glance

    At a Glance Instrument panel overview - left-hand drive E87719...
  • Page 14 At a Glance Instrument panel overview - right-hand drive E87720 Lighting controls. See Lighting Control (page 54). Air vents. See Air Vents (page 106). Direction indicators. See Direction Indicators (page 60). Telephone control buttons. See Telephone controls (page 272). Voice control buttons. See Using voice control (page 278).
  • Page 15 At a Glance Stability control (ESP) switch. See Using Stability Control (page 154). Start-stop switch. See Using start-stop (page 138). Parking aid switch. See Using the Parking Aid (page 159). Hazard warning flasher switch. See Hazard Warning Flashers (page 60). Passenger airbag deactivation warning lamp.
  • Page 16: Electric Child Safety Locks

    At a Glance Electric child safety locks Unlocking the vehicle E78278 Pull a door handle to unlock all the doors and the luggage compartment lid and disarm the alarm. E124779 Locking the vehicle See Child Safety Locks (page 27). Keyless entry E87384 E78276 Passive locking and unlocking requires a...
  • Page 17 At a Glance Autowipers See Keyless Entry (page 40). Adjusting the steering wheel WARNING Never adjust the steering wheel when the vehicle is moving. E70315 High sensitivity Low sensitivity Adjust the sensitivity of the rain sensor using the rotary control. See Autowipers (page 50).
  • Page 18 At a Glance Autolamps E85833 E70719 The headlamps will come on and go off automatically depending on the ambient light. See Lighting Control (page 54). Automatic main beam control WARNING E75188 The system does not relieve you of Switch off the ignition and move the wiper your responsibility to drive with due lever to position A within three seconds.
  • Page 19 At a Glance Electric windows Blind spot information system (BLIS) Note: To reduce wind noise or buffeting when just one window is open, open the WARNING opposite window slightly. Do not use the system as a replacement for using the side and See Power Windows (page 71).
  • Page 20 At a Glance Use the arrow buttons to navigate through Recommended settings for heating the menus and press OK to make a selection. See Information Displays (page 84). Manual climate control Cooling the interior quickly E131535 Close the centre air vents and open the side air vents.
  • Page 21 At a Glance Keyless starting Fuel filler flap E85766 Press the start button. Stopping the engine when the vehicle E86613 is moving Press the flap to open it. Open the flap fully until it engages. WARNING Switching off the engine when the vehicle is still moving will result in a loss of brake and steering assistance.
  • Page 22 At a Glance Automatic transmission WARNING We recommend that you remove the Note: Do not press the brake pedal when fuel nozzle slowly to allow any removing the key from the ignition switch. residual fuel to drain into the fuel Selector lever positions tank.
  • Page 23 At a Glance Lane departure warning The camera is a visual aid for use when reversing. WARNING The system does not relieve you of your responsibility to drive with due care and attention. Activate the system using the switches on the indicator stalk.
  • Page 24: Child Safety

    Child Safety CHILD SEATS WARNINGS Do not leave unattended children in your vehicle. If your vehicle has been involved in an accident, have the child restraints checked by properly trained technicians. Note: Mandatory use of child restraints E133140 varies from country to country. Only child restraints certified to ECE-R44.03 (or later) have been tested and approved for use in your vehicle.
  • Page 25: Booster Seats

    Child Safety Child safety seat CAUTION When using a child seat on a rear seat, make sure that the child seat rests tightly against the vehicle seat. It may be necessary to lift or remove the head restraint. See Head Restraints (page 122). Booster seat (Group 2) E68920 Secure children that weigh between 13 and...
  • Page 26: Child Seat Positioning

    If it proves Please consult your Dealer for the difficult to tighten the lap section of the seat latest details relating to Ford belt without slack remaining, adjust the recommended child seats. seatback to the fully upright position and raise the height of the seat.
  • Page 27: Child Safety

    At time of publishing the recommended Group O+ ISOFIX baby safety seat is the Britax Romer Baby Safe. Please consult your Dealer for the latest details relating to Ford recommended child seats. At time of publishing the recommended Group 1 ISOFIX child seat is the Britax Romer Duo.
  • Page 28: Isofix Anchor Points

    Child Safety ISOFIX ANCHOR POINTS WARNING Use an anti-rotation device when using the ISOFIX system. We recommend the use of a top tether or support leg. Your vehicle is fitted with ISOFIX anchor points that accommodate universally approved ISOFIX child restraints. The ISOFIX system comprises two rigid attachment arms on the child restraint that E93616...
  • Page 29: Child Safety Locks

    Child Safety E87591 E87145 Place the child seat on the back seat 5. Push the child seat back firmly to cushion and fold the relevant seatback engage the ISOFIX lower anchor points. forwards. See Rear Seats (page 122). 6. Tighten the tether strap in line with the 2.
  • Page 30 Child Safety E78298 E124779 Left-hand side Turn anti-clockwise to lock and clockwise to unlock. Right-hand side Turn clockwise to lock and anti-clockwise to unlock. Electric child safety locks Note: Pressing the switch will also disable the rear electric window switches.
  • Page 31: Occupant Protection

    Occupant protection Driver and front passenger airbags PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION Airbags WARNINGS Do not modify the front of your vehicle in any way. This could adversely affect deployment of the airbags. Original text according to ECE R94.01: Extreme Hazard! Do not use a rearward facing child restraint on a seat protected by an airbag in front of it! E74302...
  • Page 32: Occupant Protection

    Occupant protection Note: The knee airbag has a lower Curtain airbags are fitted inside the trim deployment threshold than the front panels over the front and rear side airbags. During a minor collision, it is windows. Moulded badges in the B-pillar possible that only the knee airbag deploys.
  • Page 33: Fastening The Seat Belts

    Occupant protection The driver and front passenger seat belt retractors are fitted with a seat belt pretensioner. Seat belt pretensioners have a lower deployment threshold than the airbags. During minor collisions, it is possible that only the seat belt pretensioners will deploy. Status after a collision WARNING Seat belts subjected to strain, as a...
  • Page 34: Seat Belt Reminder

    Occupant protection Position the lap strap comfortably across SEAT BELT REMINDER your hips and low beneath your pregnant abdomen. Position the shoulder strap WARNING between your breasts, above and to the The occupant protection system will side of your pregnant abdomen. only provide optimum protection when you use the seat belt properly.
  • Page 35 Occupant protection If the airbag warning lamp illuminates or flashes when you are driving, this indicates a malfunction. See Warning Lamps and Indicators (page 80). Remove the child restraint and have the system checked immediately. Disabling the passenger airbag E71312 Disabled Enabled Turn the switch to position A.
  • Page 36: Keys And Remote Controls

    Keys and Remote Controls Note: Further remote controls may be GENERAL INFORMATION ON programmed at this stage. RADIO FREQUENCIES 4. Press any button on each additional remote control within 10 seconds of CAUTIONS each other. The radio frequency used by your remote control can also be used by Reprogramming the unlocking other short distance radio...
  • Page 37: Keys And Remote Controls

    Keys and Remote Controls Remote control without a folding Insert a screwdriver in the position key blade shown and gently push the clip. 2. Press the clip down to release the battery cover. E128810 E87964 3. Carefully remove the cover. Press and hold the pushbuttons on the edges to release the cover.
  • Page 38 Keys and Remote Controls E119190 4. Carefully insert the screwdriver in the position shown to open the remote control. E125860 CAUTION Do not touch the battery contacts or the printed circuit board with the screwdriver. 5. Carefully prise out the battery with the screwdriver.
  • Page 39: Locks

    Locks Locking and unlocking LOCKING AND UNLOCKING confirmation CAUTION When you unlock the doors, the direction indicators will flash once. Check your vehicle is locked before leaving it unattended. When you lock the doors, the direction indicators will flash twice. Central locking Locking and unlocking the doors with the key...
  • Page 40 Locks Locking and unlocking the doors Locking and unlocking the doors and the luggage compartment lid from inside with the remote control Driver's door E87379 Unlock Lock Luggage compartment lid unlock (press twice) E71958 Locking the doors and the luggage Lock all doors compartment lid with the remote control...
  • Page 41: Global Opening And Closing

    Locks Luggage compartment lid Estate Opening the luggage compartment lid with the remote control Press button C on the remote control twice within three seconds. Closing the luggage compartment lid 4-door E89133 A recessed grip is incorporated inside the luggage compartment lid to facilitate closing.
  • Page 42: Keyless Entry

    Locks Global opening To close all the windows, press and hold the lock button for at least three seconds. Press any button again to stop the closing function. The anti-trap function is also active during global closing. Vehicles with keyless entry E71955 To open all the windows, press and hold the unlock button for at least three...
  • Page 43: Locking The Vehicle

    Locks Locking the vehicle Note: If the door handles are pulled repeatedly during a short period of time WARNING without the presence of a valid passive key, the system will become inoperable for 30 The vehicle does not lock itself seconds.
  • Page 44: Unlocking The Vehicle

    Locks To activate central locking and arm the alarm: Press a locking button once. To activate double locking, to arm the alarm and the interior sensors: Press a locking button twice within three seconds. Note: Once activated, the vehicle will remain locked for approximately three seconds.
  • Page 45: Disabled Keys

    Locks Disabled keys Any keys left inside the vehicle interior when it is locked will be disabled. A disabled key cannot be used to turn the ignition on or start the engine. In order to use these passive keys again, they have to be enabled.
  • Page 46: Engine Immobiliser

    If you lose a key, you can obtain a replacement from your Ford Dealer. If possible, provide them with the key number from the tag provided with the original keys. You can also obtain additional keys from your Ford Dealer.
  • Page 47: Alarm

    Alarm PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION WARNING The sensors must not be covered up. Alarm system Do not activate the alarm with full guard if any persons, animals or other Your vehicle may be equipped with one of moving objects are inside the vehicle. the following alarm systems: Perimeter alarm.
  • Page 48 Alarm On vehicles with a battery back-up If you select Ask on Exit, the message sounder, if someone disconnects the Reduced guard? appears in the vehicle battery or the battery back-up instrument cluster display each time you sounder itself. switch the ignition off. If the tilt sensors detect a change in the If you wish to arm the alarm with reduced inclination of the vehicle.
  • Page 49: Arming The Alarm

    Alarm Vehicles with keyless entry Press the right arrow button on the steering wheel to enter the main menu. Note: A valid passive key must be located 2. Highlight Setup with the up and down within the detection range of that door for arrow buttons and press the right arrow keyless entry.
  • Page 50: Steering Wheel

    Steering Wheel ADJUSTING THE STEERING WARNING WHEEL Make sure that you fully engage the locking lever when returning it to its original position. WARNING Never adjust the steering wheel AUDIO CONTROL when the vehicle is moving. Note: Make sure that you are sitting in the correct position.
  • Page 51 Steering Wheel Seek Press a seek button to: tune the radio to the next station up or down the frequency band play the next or the previous CD track fast forward or rewind the cassette tape. Press and hold a seek button to: tune the radio up or down the frequency band seek through a CD track.
  • Page 52: Wipers And Washers

    Wipers and Washers WINDSCREEN WIPERS AUTOWIPERS CAUTIONS Do not switch autowipers on in dry weather conditions. The rain sensor is very sensitive and the wipers may operate if dirt, mist or flies hit the windscreen. Replace the wiper blades as soon as they begin to leave bands of water and smears.
  • Page 53: Windscreen Washers

    Wipers and Washers Adjust the sensitivity of the rain sensor REAR WINDOW WIPER AND using the rotary control. With low WASHERS sensitivity, the wipers will operate when the sensor detects a lot of water on the Intermittent wipe windscreen. With high sensitivity, the wipers will operate if the sensor detects a small amount of water on the windscreen.
  • Page 54: Headlamp Washers

    Wipers and Washers HEADLAMP WASHERS CAUTIONS You can use the service position in The headlamp washers will operate with winter to provide easier access to the the windscreen washers when the wiper blades for freeing them from headlamps are on. snow and ice.
  • Page 55 Wipers and Washers Changing the rear window wiper blades - 5-door Lift the wiper arm. E72899 Press the locking button. 2. Remove the wiper blade. E86457 Note: Make sure that the wiper blade locks into place. 2. Press the locking button. 3.
  • Page 56: Lighting

    Lighting One side LIGHTING CONTROL Lighting control positions E75505 Right-hand side Left-hand side Main and dipped beam E70718 Side and tail lamps Headlamps Parking lamps CAUTION E70725 Prolonged use of the parking lamps will discharge the battery. Pull the lever fully towards the steering wheel to switch between main and dipped Switch off the ignition.
  • Page 57: Daytime Running Lamps

    If the lights of oncoming vehicles are hidden by obstacles (for example guard rails) the system may not deactivate the main beam. Always fit Ford Original Parts when replacing headlamp bulbs. Other bulbs may reduce system performance. Check and replace wiper blades...
  • Page 58 Lighting Note: Keep the windscreen free from obstructions such as bird droppings, insects and snow or ice. The system will automatically switch on main beam if it is dark enough and no other traffic is present. If it detects an approaching vehicle’s headlamps or tail lamps, or street lighting ahead the system will switch off main beam before it can...
  • Page 59: Front Fog Lamps

    Lighting Use the main beam lever to switch WARNINGS between main beam and dipped beam. Only use the rear fog lamps when visibility is restricted to less than 50 Note: This is a temporary override and the metres (164 feet). system will return to automatic operation after a short period.
  • Page 60: Adaptive Headlamps

    Lighting Recommended headlamp levelling switch positions Load Load in luggage Switch position compartment Front seats Second row seats 0 (0.5 1 (0.5 3 (0.5 4 (1.5 See Vehicle identification (page 243). Vehicles with active suspension. ADAPTIVE HEADLAMPS E72897...
  • Page 61 Lighting without AFS with AFS A message will appear in the information The AFS adjusts the headlamp dipped display if the system malfunctions. See beam depending on vehicle direction and Information Messages (page 97). The speed. It improves visibility when you are headlamps will move to a fixed central or driving at night and helps to reduce dipped position.
  • Page 62: Hazard Warning Flashers

    Lighting If you set the switch to position B, the HAZARD WARNING FLASHERS courtesy lamp will come on when you unlock or open a door or the luggage compartment lid. If you leave a door open with the ignition switch off, the courtesy E71943 lamp will go off automatically after some For item location: See At a Glance (page...
  • Page 63: Removing A Headlamp

    Lighting LED interior lighting Vanity mirror lamps E72900 E131657 Individual lamp on and off switch If you switch off the ignition, the vanity Master on and off switch mirror lamps will go off automatically after a short time to prevent the vehicle battery You can control all lamps using switch B.
  • Page 64 Lighting E85996 E85995 4. Carefully pull the corner of the grille 2. Remove the screws. and bumper towards the front of the vehicle. 5. Carefully lift the corner of the headlamp and push it as far as possible towards the back of the vehicle. E88843 3.
  • Page 65: Changing A Bulb

    Lighting Note: When fitting the headlamp, make sure that you fully engage the headlamp in the lower outer fixing point. Note: When fitting the headlamp, tighten the front screw first and then the rear screw. CHANGING A BULB WARNINGS Switch the lights and the ignition off. Let the bulb cool down before removing it.
  • Page 66 Lighting E72260 2. Turn the bulb holder anti-clockwise and remove it. E131653 3. Remove the bulb. Side repeater Cornering lamp Remove the headlamp. See Removing a Headlamp (page 61). E72263 Carefully remove the side repeater. E72262 2. Disconnect the electrical connector. 3.
  • Page 67 Lighting Front fog lamps 3. Remove the bulb. Approach lamp Note: Position the mirror glass as far inwards as possible. E72264 Insert a screwdriver into the gap between the mirror housing and the E72267 mirror glass and release the metal retaining clip.
  • Page 68: Rear Lamps

    Lighting Rear lamps Reversing lamp and fog lamp Direction indicator E86006 Remove the trim panel. E86003 Remove the trim panel. E131688 2. Turn the bulb holder anti-clockwise E131687 and remove it. 2. Turn the bulb holder anti-clockwise 3. Gently press the bulb into the bulb and remove it.
  • Page 69 Lighting Number plate lamp Vehicles without interior sensors E72789 Carefully release the spring clip. 2. Remove the lamp. E72788 3. Remove the bulb. Carefully prise out the lens. Interior lamps 2. Remove the lens. 3. Remove the bulb. Vehicles with LED lamps Vehicles with interior sensors Note: These are not serviceable items, please consult your dealer if they fail.
  • Page 70 Lighting Reading lamps Vehicles without interior sensors E73939 3. Remove the bulb. Vanity mirror lamp E72796 Carefully prise out the lens. 2. Remove the lens. 3. Remove the bulb. Vehicles with interior sensors E72785 Carefully prise out the lamp. 2. Remove the bulb. E72786 Carefully prise out the lamp.
  • Page 71: Bulb Specification Chart

    Lighting Luggage compartment lamp Carefully prise out the lamp. 2. Remove the bulb. E72784 BULB SPECIFICATION CHART Lamp Specification Power (watt) Front direction indicator PY21W Headlamp main beam Headlamp dipped beam Cornering lamp Side repeater Approach lamp Front fog lamp Side lamp Rear direction indicator PY21W...
  • Page 72 Lighting Lamp Specification Power (watt) Luggage compartment lamp...
  • Page 73: Windows And Mirrors

    Windows and Mirrors Driver s door switches POWER WINDOWS WARNING Do not operate the electric windows unless they are free from obstruction. Note: If you operate the switches often during a short period of time, the system might become inoperable for a certain time to prevent damage due to overheating.
  • Page 74 Windows and Mirrors Safety switch for rear windows Overriding the anti-trap function CAUTION WARNING While you close the window for the On some vehicles, pressing the third time, the anti-trap function is switch will also lock the rear doors disabled. Make sure there are no from inside.
  • Page 75: Exterior Mirrors

    Windows and Mirrors Safety mode ELECTRIC EXTERIOR MIRRORS WARNING The anti-trap function is not active during this procedure. If the system detects a malfunction, it enters a safety mode. The windows will move for only about 0.5 seconds at a time and then stop again.
  • Page 76 Windows and Mirrors Electric folding mirrors If you press the switch again while the mirrors are moving, they will stop and Automatic folding and unfolding reverse the direction of movement. Note: When the mirrors are operated often Note: If the mirrors have been folded using during a short period of time, the system the manual fold button they can only be may become inoperable for a period of time...
  • Page 77: Auto-dimming Mirror

    Windows and Mirrors AUTO-DIMMING MIRROR E71028 The auto-dimming mirror will adjust automatically when hit by glaring light from behind. It will not work when you have E124788 selected reverse gear. Using the system BLIND SPOT MONITOR The system displays a yellow indicator located in the exterior mirrors.
  • Page 78 Windows and Mirrors System detection and alerts Vehicles passing through the blind zone at high speed. The system will trigger the alert for vehicles Severe weather conditions. that enter the blind spot zone from the rear Several vehicles passing through the or merge from the side.
  • Page 79 Windows and Mirrors If the system senses a fault on either If the vehicle is fitted with a trailer tow sensor, the system warning symbol will module approved by us, the system will illuminate and remain on. The information detect a connected trailer and deactivate. display will confirm the fault and indicate A confirmation message will be shown in whether the left or right side is affected.
  • Page 80: Instrument Cluster

    Instrument Cluster GAUGES Type 1 and 2 E72984 Tachometer Engine coolant temperature gauge Fuel gauge Speedometer...
  • Page 81: Instrument Cluster

    Instrument Cluster Type 3 E130765 Tachometer Speedometer Engine coolant temperature gauge Fuel gauge Message centre. See Information Displays (page 84). CAUTION Engine coolant temperature gauge Do not restart the engine until the Note: On type 3 this gauge is shown within cause of overheating has been the message centre and will not be resolved.
  • Page 82: Warning Lamps And Indicators

    Instrument Cluster Fuel gauge Airbag warning lamp Note: On type 3 this gauge is shown within If it illuminates when you are the message centre. driving, this indicates a malfunction. Have the system The arrow adjacent to the fuel pump checked by a properly trained technician.
  • Page 83 Instrument Cluster Frost warning lamp If it stays on after starting or illuminates when driving, this WARNING indicates a malfunction. Stop your vehicle as soon as it is safe to do so Even if the temperature rises to and switch the engine off. Check the above 4ºC (39.2°F) there is no coolant level.
  • Page 84: Audible Warnings And Indicators

    Instrument Cluster Low fuel level warning lamp Shift indicator If it illuminates, refuel as soon as It will illuminate to inform you possible. that shifting to a higher gear may give better fuel economy and lower CO2 emissions. It will not illuminate Main beam indicator during periods of high acceleration, braking or when the clutch pedal is pressed.
  • Page 85 Instrument Cluster E70499 Press the right arrow button on the steering wheel to enter the main menu. 2. Highlight Setup with the up and down arrow buttons and press the right arrow button. 3. Highlight Chimes and press the right arrow button.
  • Page 86: Information Displays

    Information Displays Press the up and down arrow buttons: GENERAL INFORMATION to scroll through the trip computer WARNING displays to scroll through and highlight the Do not operate the information options within a menu. display controls when the vehicle is moving.
  • Page 87: Information Displays

    Information Displays Function Type 1 Type 2 Type 3 Navigation control CD control CD changer control Radio control Phone control Auxiliary input control Press the up and down arrow buttons on Type 1 the steering wheel to scroll through the trip computer displays.
  • Page 88 Information Displays Menu structure BLIS Gear Shifting ECO MODE Anticipation Speed For more Info Reset trip Trip Odo Avg Fuel Avg Speed All values Information Messages Auto StartStop Clock Set Clock 24 Hour Mode 12 Hour Mode E131626 Press the up and down arrow buttons on Type 2 the steering wheel to scroll through the trip computer displays.
  • Page 89 Information Displays Menu structure BLIS Gear shifting ECO MODE Anticipation Speed For more Info Reset Trip Trip Odo Avg fuel Avg speed Messages Information Auto StartStop Tyre Press. Set Clock Clock 24 Hour Mode 12 Hour Mode Display Help Screen Setup Configure Radio Info...
  • Page 90 Information Displays Low Fuel Chimes General info. General warn. Home light Forw Alert Normal High Hill Launch Auto Manual Check Tyre Pressure Low load High load Full guard Alarm Reduced Ask on exit Time 1 Set Time Aux. Heater Monday Tuesday Wednesday Parkheater...
  • Page 91 Information Displays Type 3 CD changer Radio Phone E88048 Trip computer Use the controls to scroll through the menu displays. Settings Device list The highlighted icon shows the current menu in use. Auxiliary input Navigation...
  • Page 92 Information Displays Menu structure Navigation Home Destinations Destinat. mem. Destinations Destinat. A-Z Destinations Last destinat. Cancel guidan. Folder / Tracks Folder / Tracks CD changer CD 1 CD 2 Folder / Tracks CD 3 Folder / Tracks CD 4 Folder / Tracks CD 5 Folder / Tracks CD 6...
  • Page 93 Information Displays Settings BLIS Gear shifting ECOMODE Anticipation Speed More info Messages Information Driver alert Auto StartStop Tyre Pressure Coolant temperature Set Clock Clock 24-hour mode 12-hour mode Setup Driver alert Display Colour themes Configure Help Screen NAV info Always off On guidance Always on Language...
  • Page 94 Information Displays Low Fuel Chimes General info. General warn. Home light Forw Alert Normal High Lane depart Normal Sensitivity High Intensity High Normal Auto beam Sensitivity High Normal Hill Launch Auto Manual Check Tyre Pressure Low load High load Full guard Alarm Reduced Ask on exit...
  • Page 95: Trip Computer

    Information Displays Set Time Time 1 Park heater Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Set Time Time 2 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Once Active now Auxiliary input E88067 Average fuel consumption TRIP COMPUTER Indicates the average fuel consumption since the function was last reset.
  • Page 96 Information Displays Type 1 and 2 Resetting the trip computer using the main menu To reset a particular display: 10:20 Press the right arrow button on the steering wheel to enter the main menu. 2. Highlight Reset Trip with the up and down arrow buttons and press the right Average Fuel arrow button.
  • Page 97: Personalised Settings

    Information Displays 3. Hold the OK button pressed. 2. Highlight Setup with the up and down arrow buttons and press the right arrow button. PERSONALISED SETTINGS 3. Highlight Display and press the right arrow button. The following information is displayed in the information display if you have 4.
  • Page 98 Information Displays 6. Highlight the desired setting and press 6. Press the left arrow button to exit the the OK button to confirm the setting. menu. Hold the left arrow button pressed to return to the trip computer Press the left arrow button to exit the display.
  • Page 99: Information Messages

    Information Displays Message symbols Type 3 Highlight Settings with the up and See Owner’s handbook. down arrow buttons and press the right arrow button. 2. Highlight Setup with the up and down Have the system checked at the arrow buttons and press the right arrow next service.
  • Page 100 Information Displays Active suspension Message Indicator Action IVDC malfunction amber Have the system checked by a properly trained technician. IVDC comfort See Active suspension (page 158). IVDC normal See Active suspension (page 158). IVDC sport See Active suspension (page 158). Airbag Message Indicator...
  • Page 101 Information Displays Message Indicator Action Lane departure amber The system has malfunctioned. Have this warn. malfunct. checked as soon as possible. Battery and charging system Message Indicator Action Overvoltage: Stop Stop your vehicle as soon as it is safe to do so safely! and switch off the ignition.
  • Page 102 Information Displays Climate control Message Indicator Action Aux. Heater on amber See Auxiliary Heater (page 112). Cruise control and Adaptive cruise control (ACC) Message Indicator Action ACC malfunction amber Have the system checked by a properly trained technician as soon as possible. Clean radar sensor amber See Adaptive cruise control (ACC) (page 166).
  • Page 103 Information Displays Engine immobiliser Message Indicator Action Immobiliser active amber See Engine immobiliser (page 44). Hill start assist Message Indicator Action Hill Launch not amber Have the system checked by a properly trained available technician. Please use park amber See Hill Start Assist (page 155). brake ! Hill Launch Assist See Hill Start Assist (page 155).
  • Page 104 Information Displays Lighting Message Indicator Action Front lights amber Have the system checked by a properly trained malfunction technician as soon as possible. Low beam: Bulb One or both of the headlamp dipped beam bulbs fault have blown. Check the headlamp dipped beam bulbs.
  • Page 105 Information Displays Occupant protection Message Indicator Action Crash mode Have the system checked by a properly trained technician as soon as possible. Parking brake Message Indicator Action Park brake applied See Parking Brake (page 153). Park brake applied amber See Parking Brake (page 153). Power steering Message Indicator...
  • Page 106 Information Displays Start-stop Message Message Action indicator Switch the ignition off before leaving the vehicle Auto StartStop Switch if the system has shut down the engine. See Using ign off start-stop (page 138). Auto StartStop Press The engine needs to be restarted, press the clutch clutch pedal to start.
  • Page 107 Information Displays Message Indicator Action Tyre monitor amber You have installed a temporary spare wheel. malfunction Install a correctly inflated full size wheel with a sensor as soon as possible. When a malfunction occurs, the system may not be able to detect or signal low tyre pressure.
  • Page 108: Climate Control

    Climate Control Warming the interior PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION Direct the air towards your feet. In cold or Outside air humid weather conditions, direct some of the air towards the windscreen and the Keep the air intakes forward of the door windows. windscreen free from obstruction (snow, leaves etc.) to allow the climate control Cooling the interior...
  • Page 109: Manual Climate Control

    Climate Control Blower MANUAL CLIMATE CONTROL Air distribution control E75470 E71379 Note: If you switch the blower off, the windscreen may mist up. Windscreen Footwell and windscreen Recirculated air Footwell Face level and footwell E73059 Face level Press the button to toggle between outside Face level and windscreen air and recirculated air.
  • Page 110: Climate Control

    Climate Control Ventilation Cooling the interior quickly E71381 E71378 Defrosting and demisting the Set the air distribution control, blower and windscreen air vents to suit your requirements. Note: Turn the air conditioning on to assist Air conditioning windscreen and side window demisting. Note: Turn the heater control to maximum Switching the air conditioning on and heat to assist windscreen and side window...
  • Page 111: Automatic Climate Control

    Climate Control Reducing interior air humidity E71383 AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL E91390 Note: Avoid adjusting the settings when The system controls the temperature, the vehicle interior is extremely hot or cold. amount and distribution of the air flow The automatic climate control adjusts to automatically and adjusts them according the current circumstances automatically.
  • Page 112 Climate Control Setting the temperature Note: If you set one of the sides to HI or LO, both sides will be set to HI or LO. To switch mono mode back on To switch mono mode back on, press the MONO button. E91391 E70306 MONO reappears in the display...
  • Page 113: Heated Windows And Mirrors

    Climate Control Windscreen defrosting and Switching off the automatic demisting climate control Press the windscreen defrosting Press the OFF button. and demisting button. Outside E91392 E91394 air will flow into the vehicle. Air conditioning is automatically selected. As When switched off, the heating, ventilation long as the air distribution is set to this and air conditioning system is switched off position, you cannot select recirculated air.
  • Page 114: Parking Heater

    Climate Control Once the parking heater has performed AUXILIARY HEATER one heating cycle, the next programmed heating cycle will only be Parking heater carried out if you have started the vehicle’s engine in between. WARNING After a heating cycle, drive the vehicle The parking heater must not be for at least the period of the heating operated at filling stations, near...
  • Page 115: Programming Functions Program 1/2

    Climate Control Highlight Program 1 and press the right arrow button. Park Heater 2. Highlight the day on which the heater should warm up the vehicle. Program 1 3. Press the OK button to confirm the selection. A cross appears in the box Program 2 next to the day to show that this day is selected.
  • Page 116 Climate Control Programming the function One-Time Starting Highlight One-Time and press the right Hold the transmitter with the antenna arrow button. upwards and press the ON button for at least two seconds. The LED on the 2. Press the OK button and the hours transmitter lights up green to confirm the flash.
  • Page 117 Climate Control The LED on the transmitter flashes green 3. Install a new battery (3.3V type or red for about two seconds. This CR1-3N) with the + facing upwards. indicates the signal was not transmitted 4. Re-assemble the remote control. correctly.
  • Page 118: Electric Sunroof

    Climate Control Diesel auxiliary heater (depending The fuel operated heater aids in warming on country) the engine and the vehicle interior on vehicles with a diesel engine. It is switched The diesel auxiliary heater (PTC electrical on or off automatically depending on the heater) aids in warming the vehicle interior outside air temperature and the coolant on vehicles with a diesel engine.
  • Page 119 Climate Control Opening and closing the sunroof To open or close the sunroof automatically press either side of the switch to the second action point and release it completely. Press again to stop. When the closed position is reached, the sunroof stops automatically.
  • Page 120 Climate Control Sunroof safety mode WARNING The anti-trap function is not active during this procedure. Make sure that there are no obstacles in the way of the closing sunroof. If the system detects a malfunction, it enters a safety mode. The sunroof will move for only about 0.5 seconds at a time and then stop again.
  • Page 121: Seats

    Seats bend your legs slightly so that you can SITTING IN THE CORRECT press the pedals fully. POSITION position the shoulder strap of the seat belt over the centre of your shoulder and position the lap strap tightly across your hips. Make sure that your driving position is comfortable and that you can maintain full control of your vehicle.
  • Page 122: Power Seats

    Seats Adjusting the lumbar support Adjusting the angle of the seatback E70729 E70731 Adjusting the height of the driver s seat POWER SEATS 2-way electric seat E70730 E70733...
  • Page 123 Seats 8-way electric seat E70734...
  • Page 124: Head Restraints

    Seats HEAD RESTRAINTS REAR SEATS Adjusting the head restraint WARNINGS When folding the seatbacks down, WARNINGS take care not to get your fingers Raise the rear head restraint when caught between the seatback and the rear seat is occupied by a seat frame.
  • Page 125: Heated Seats

    Seats CAUTION Lower the head restraints. E70601 E86612 Insert your fingers between the seat cushion and seatback and fold the seat cushion forwards. 2. Press the unlock buttons down and hold them there. 3. Push the seatback forwards. Folding the seatbacks up WARNING E71224 When folding the seatbacks up,...
  • Page 126: Ventilated Seats

    Seats Raising and lowering the Note: The ventilation setting is indicated in temperature manually blue. Note: When no light is illuminated, the Press the relevant button repeatedly. ventilation is switched off. Note: The settings are stored when the VENTILATED SEATS ignition is switched off.
  • Page 127: Convenience Features

    Convenience features SUN SHADES INSTRUMENT LIGHTING DIMMER Pull the blind up and attach it to the hooks (A). Side windows E70723 CLOCK Note: Some navigation systems will E74809 automatically set the date and time on the clock using GPS signals. Rear window Note: See General Information (page 84).
  • Page 128: Ashtray

    Note: You can use the socket to power 12 volt appliances that have a maximum current rating of 15 Amperes. Use only Ford accessory connectors or connectors specified for use with SAE standard sockets. E73705 To remove the ashtray, open it, press it down against the spring and remove it.
  • Page 129: Cup Holders

    Convenience features CUP HOLDERS WARNING Do not place hot drinks in the cup holders when the vehicle is moving. GLOVE BOX Cooled glove box Note: You can cool the glove box using air from the air conditioning system. E73704 E72905 E70885 E72905 STORAGE COMPARTMENTS...
  • Page 130: Map Pockets

    Convenience features MAP POCKETS E86768 Seat adjustment controls See E74686 Power Seats (page 120). Memory pre-set buttons MEMORY FUNCTION Up to four different driver's seat and WARNINGS exterior mirror positions can be stored in the memory. Your preferred setting for the Before activating the seat memory, reverse mirror dipping feature can also be make sure that the area immediately...
  • Page 131: Glasses Holder

    Convenience features 3. Press and hold the desired pre-set 3. Release the seat adjustment control button B until a single chime sounds and immediately press and hold the to confirm. switch in the same direction for at least 3 seconds. Keep it held until the seat Recalling a stored seat position stops at the mechanical end of its travel and a click is heard.
  • Page 132: Auxiliary Input (aux In) Socket

    Convenience features AUXILIARY INPUT (AUX IN) FLOOR MATS SOCKET WARNING When using the floor mats, always make sure the floor mat is properly secured using the appropriate fixings and positioned so that it does not interfere with the operation of the pedals. E71969 See separate audio handbook.
  • Page 133: Starting And Stopping The Engine

    Starting and Stopping the Engine II The ignition is switched on. All electrical GENERAL INFORMATION circuits are operational. Warning lamps and indicators illuminate. This is the key General points on starting position when driving. You must also select If the battery has been disconnected the it when being towed.
  • Page 134 Starting and Stopping the Engine Ignition on Type 1 Press the start button once. All electrical circuits are operational, warning lamps and indicators illuminate. Starting with automatic transmission Note: Releasing the brake pedal during engine start will stop the engine cranking and return to ignition on.
  • Page 135: Steering Wheel Lock

    Starting and Stopping the Engine Press and hold the start button for two seconds, or press three times within three seconds. STEERING WHEEL LOCK WARNING Always check that the steering is unlocked before attempting to move your vehicle. Vehicles without keyless starting E85767 To activate the steering wheel lock;...
  • Page 136: Starting A Petrol Engine - E85

    Starting and Stopping the Engine Cold or hot engine Vehicles with automatic transmission Select park or neutral. All vehicles 2. Fully depress the accelerator pedal and CAUTION hold it there. When the temperature is below -20°C 3. Fully depress the brake pedal. (-4°F), switch the ignition on for at 4.
  • Page 137: Starting A Diesel Engine

    Starting and Stopping the Engine If the temperature is expected to remain STARTING A DIESEL ENGINE below -10°C (14°F), it is recommended that you increase the proportion of petrol Cold or hot engine in the tank by topping up with 95 octane unleaded petrol if the tank is not already All vehicles full.
  • Page 138: Switching Off The Engine

    Starting and Stopping the Engine Regeneration Drive your vehicle at a constant speed, preferably on a main road or motorway, WARNING for up to 20 minutes. Avoid prolonged idling and always Do not park or idle your vehicle over observe speed limits and road dry leaves, dry grass or other conditions.
  • Page 139 Starting and Stopping the Engine E97918 Connect the engine heater for 2 to 3 hours before starting the engine.
  • Page 140: Start-stop

    Start-Stop Note: If you stall the engine, and then PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION depress the clutch pedal within a couple of seconds, the system will automatically CAUTION restart the engine. For vehicles with Start-stop the Note: The Start-stop indicator will battery requirement is different. It illuminate green when the engine shuts must be replaced by one of exactly down.
  • Page 141 Start-Stop Low engine operating temperature. Low brake system vacuum. If a road speed of 5 km/h (3 mph) has not been exceeded. To re-start the engine Note: The gear lever must be in the neutral position. Depress the clutch pedal. The system may automatically restart the engine under certain conditions, for example:...
  • Page 142: Eco Mode

    Eco Mode Anticipation PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION Adjusting your vehicle speed and the The system assists the driver to drive more distance to other vehicles without the need efficiently by constantly monitoring for heavy braking or acceleration will characteristics of gear changing, improve fuel consumption.
  • Page 143: Fuel And Refuelling

    (e.g. manganese-based). Note: The use of additives or other engine They could damage the emission system. treatments not approved by Ford is not Do not use methanol instead of E85. recommended. Note: We do not recommend the prolonged...
  • Page 144: Catalytic Converter

    Fuel and Refuelling Long-term storage WARNINGS Do not use any kind of flames or heat Most diesel fuels contain bio-diesel, it is near the fuel system. The fuel system recommended to fill the tank with purely is under pressure. There is a risk of mineral diesel (where available) or add an injury if the fuel system is leaking.
  • Page 145: Fuel And Refuelling

    Fuel and Refuelling E139203 Incorrect position Correct position 3. Do not lift the nozzle during refilling. This can affect the flow of fuel and shut off of E139202 the fuel nozzle before the fuel tank is full. Note: When you insert the fuel nozzle, a spring loaded inhibitor will open if the correct size nozzle is detected.
  • Page 146: Refuelling

    This could damage the Your Ford dealer can give you advice on engine. Have the system checked by a improving your fuel consumption. properly trained technician immediately.
  • Page 147 Fuel and Refuelling 4-door and 5-door Fuel Consumption Figures CO2 Emis- Urban Extra-Urban Combined sions Variant l/100 km l/100 km l/100 km g/km (mpg) (mpg) (mpg) 1.6L Duratec-16V Ti-VCT (Sigma) Stage IV 10 (28.2) 5.6 (50.4) 7.2 (39.2) (92kW/125PS), 5-speed manual transmission 1.6L Duratec-16V Ti-VCT (Sigma) Stage V...
  • Page 148 Fuel and Refuelling CO2 Emis- Urban Extra-Urban Combined sions Variant l/100 km l/100 km l/100 km g/km (mpg) (mpg) (mpg) 2.3L Duratec-HE (MI4) Stage IV (118kW/161PS), 6- 13.8 (20.5) 6.7 (42.2) 9.3 (30.4) speed automatic transmis- sion 1.6L Duratorq-TDCi (DV) Diesel Stage V (85kW/115PS), 6-speed 6 (47.1)
  • Page 149 Fuel and Refuelling CO2 Emis- Urban Extra-Urban Combined sions Variant l/100 km l/100 km l/100 km g/km (mpg) (mpg) (mpg) 2.0L Duratorq-TDCi (DW) Diesel Stage V, 6-speed 7.2 (39.2) 4.7 (60.1) 5.6 (50.4) automatic transmission 2.2L Duratorq-TDCi (DW) Diesel Stage IV 8.4 (33.6) 4.9 (57.6) 6.2 (45.6)
  • Page 150 Fuel and Refuelling CO2 Emis- Urban Extra-Urban Combined sions Variant l/100 km l/100 km l/100 km g/km (mpg) (mpg) (mpg) 2.0L EcoBoost SCTi (MI4) Stage V (149kW/203PS), 6- 10.4 (27.2) 6 (47.1) 7.6 (37.2) speed manual transmission 2.0L EcoBoost SCTi (MI4) Stage V (176kW/240PS), 6- 10.4 (27.2) 6 (47.1)
  • Page 151 Fuel and Refuelling CO2 Emis- Urban Extra-Urban Combined sions Variant l/100 km l/100 km l/100 km g/km (mpg) (mpg) (mpg) 2.0L Duratorq-TDCi (DW) Diesel Stage V, 6-speed 6.4 (44.1) 4.6 (61.4) 5.3 (53.3) manual transmission 2.0L Duratorq-TDCi (DW) Diesel (85kW/115PS), 6- 6.4 (44.1) 4.6 (61.4) 5.3 (53.3)
  • Page 152: Transmission

    Transmission MANUAL TRANSMISSION Neutral Drive CAUTION Sport mode and manual shifting Do not engage reverse gear when the vehicle is moving. This can cause WARNING damage to the transmission. Apply the brakes before moving the selector lever and keep them applied until you are ready to move off.
  • Page 153 Transmission Drive modes Neutral In this position, power is not transmitted The transmission will select the to the drive wheels but the transmission is appropriate gear for optimum performance not locked. You can start the engine with based on ambient temperature, road the selector lever in this position.
  • Page 154 Transmission E87934 Remove the centre console side panel. E87935 Note: The lever is yellow. Insert a flat-bladed screwdriver into the slot and turn the screwdriver clockwise 90 degrees.
  • Page 155: Principle Of Operation

    Brakes you take corners too fast. PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION the road surface is poor. Note: Depending on applicable laws and regulations in the country for which your PARKING BRAKE vehicle was originally built, the brake lamps may flash if you brake heavily. WARNING Note: Occasional brake noise is normal and Vehicles with an automatic...
  • Page 156: Stability Control

    Stability Control Stability control (ESP) warning lamp PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION While driving, it flashes during activation Electronic stability programme of the system. See Warning Lamps and (ESP) Indicators (page 80). WARNING Emergency brake assist The system does not relieve you of WARNING your responsibility to drive with due care and attention.
  • Page 157: Hill Start Assist

    Hill Start Assist PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION The system makes it easier to pull away when the vehicle is on a slope without the need to use the parking brake. When the system is active, the vehicle will remain stationary on the slope for a short time after you release the brake pedal.
  • Page 158: Hill Start Assist

    Hill Start Assist Note: When the system is in manual 2. If the sensors detect that the vehicle is activation mode, only use the system when on a slope and the right driving pulling away uphill on gradients greater than direction is selected (first gear if the 3%.
  • Page 159 Hill Start Assist Deactivating the system To deactivate the system, perform one of the following: Apply the parking brake. Wait for two to three seconds until the system deactivates automatically. If a forward gear was selected when the system became active, select reverse gear.
  • Page 160: Active Suspension

    Active suspension System malfunction PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION The active suspension system will switch The active suspension provides improved off automatically if it malfunctions. The handling, comfort and stability by suspension will be set to a fail-safe continuously adjusting the damper condition that will enable you to continue properties to the current road and driving driving but you will not be able to change...
  • Page 161: Parking Aids

    Parking Aids Note: The parking aid may emit false tones PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION if it detects a signal using the same frequency as the sensors or if the vehicle is WARNING fully laden. The parking aid does not relieve you Note: The outer sensors may detect the of your responsibility to drive with side walls of a garage.
  • Page 162 Parking Aids You will hear an intermittent tone at a distance of up to approximately 150 centimetres (59 inches) between the obstacle and rear bumper, 80 centimetres (31 inches) between the obstacle and front bumper and 50 centimetres (20 inches) to the side.
  • Page 163: Rear View Camera

    Rear view camera PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION The camera is a visual aid for use when reversing. WARNING The system does not relieve you of your responsibility to drive with due care and attention. CAUTIONS If you use a high pressure spray to wash your vehicle, only spray the camera briefly from a distance not E99105...
  • Page 164: Rear View Camera

    Rear view camera CAUTIONS Marks are for general guidance only, and are calculated for vehicles in maximum load conditions on an even road surface. The lines show a projected vehicle path (based on the current steering wheel angle) and the distance from the exterior mirrors and rear bumper.
  • Page 165 Rear view camera Amber - 2 metres (79 inches) Amber - centre line of the projected vehicle path Note: When reversing with a trailer, the lines on the screen show the vehicle direction and not the trailer. Deactivating the rear view camera Note: Disengage reverse gear.
  • Page 166: Cruise Control

    Cruise Control Press the SET+ switch or the SET- switch PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION to store and maintain your current speed. The cruise control indicator illuminates. Cruise control allows you to control your speed using the switches on the steering Changing the set speed wheel.
  • Page 167: Cruise Control

    Cruise Control Resuming the set speed E70616 Press the RES switch. The cruise control indicator illuminates and the system will attempt to resume the speed that you previously set. Switching cruise control off E70613 Press the OFF switch. The system will not retain the speed that you previously set.
  • Page 168: Adaptive Cruise Control (acc)

    Adaptive cruise control (ACC) Note: When adaptive cruise control is PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION activated, you may hear some unusual sounds during automatic braking. This is WARNINGS normal and caused by the automatic The system is not a collision warning braking system. or avoidance system.
  • Page 169: Using Adaptive Cruise Control

    Adaptive cruise control (ACC) Detection beam issues Automatic braking with ACC WARNINGS You must take immediate action once alerted, as the adaptive cruise control braking will not be sufficient to keep a safe distance to the vehicle in front. In some cases there may be no warning or the warning may be delayed.
  • Page 170: Adaptive Cruise Control (acc)

    Adaptive cruise control (ACC) Vehicles without speed limiter ACC gap increase ACC gap decrease Switching the system on Press switch A. The system is set to standby mode. Setting a speed Note: The system must be in standby mode. E124908 ACC on ACC cancel ACC off...
  • Page 171 Adaptive cruise control (ACC) Note: The gap setting is time dependant and therefore the distance will automatically adjust with your speed. For example on a gap setting of four bars, the time gap is 1.8 seconds. This will mean that at a speed of 100 km/h (62 mph), the distance to the vehicle in front will be maintained at 50 metres (164 feet).
  • Page 172 Adaptive cruise control (ACC) Vehicles with speed limiter Press switch A to turn the system off. Note: When deactivating the system by pressing switch A, the stored speed is not retained. Automatic deactivation E82312 Note: If the engine speed drops too low, a This is a follow mode, and the system will message is displayed in the information accelerate or decelerate as necessary to...
  • Page 173: Forward Alert Function

    Adaptive cruise control (ACC) The system assists you by warning of the FORWARD ALERT FUNCTION risk of a collision with a vehicle in front. WARNINGS The system alerts you by warning chimes and a visual warning in the information Never wait for a collision warning. display.
  • Page 174: Speed Limiter

    Speed Limiter PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION WARNING When you are going downhill, your speed may increase above the set speed. The system will not apply the brakes but a warning will be given. The system allows you to set a speed, to which the vehicle then becomes limited.
  • Page 175: Speed Limiter

    Speed Limiter System warnings If the set limit is accidentally exceeded the information display will show the set speed flashing together with an audible warning chime. If the set limit is intentionally exceeded the information display will show the set speed crossed out.
  • Page 176: Driver Alert

    Driver Alert Note: Keep the windscreen free from PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION obstructions such as bird droppings, insects and snow or ice. WARNINGS Note: The system is intended as a driver aid The system does not relieve you of when driving on fast main roads and your responsibility to drive with due motorways.
  • Page 177: Driver Alert

    Driver Alert System display Resetting the system When active the system will run You can reset the system by either: automatically in the background and only Switching the ignition off and on. issue warnings if required. You can view Stopping the vehicle and then opening the status at any time using the and closing the driver's door.
  • Page 178: Lane Departure Warning

    Lane Departure Warning Note: The system is intended as a driver aid PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION when driving on fast main roads and motorways. WARNINGS Note: The system may not operate during The system does not relieve you of hard braking or acceleration and, when you your responsibility to drive with due are intentionally steering the vehicle.
  • Page 179: Lane Departure Warning

    Lane Departure Warning A column of lane markings is displayed either side of the vehicle graphic. The lane markings are colour coded as follows: Green - The system is ready to warn you of any unintentional lane departure. Red - The vehicle is approaching or is E131360 too close to the detected lane System on...
  • Page 180: Load Carrying

    Load Carrying GENERAL INFORMATION WARNINGS Use load securing straps to an approved standard, e.g. DIN. Make sure that you secure all loose items properly. Place luggage and other loads as low and as far forward as possible within the luggage or loadspace. Do not drive with the tailgate or rear E97377 door open.
  • Page 181: Sliding Loadspace Floor

    Load Carrying 4-door and 5-door E74810 Press the unlocking handle and pull the E86913 loadspace floor rearwards. It will stop and engage at a midway position. SLIDING LOADSPACE FLOOR WARNING Do not slide the loadspace floor rearwards when the vehicle is standing on an incline of 15 degrees or more and facing uphill.
  • Page 182 Load Carrying Storage compartment A storage compartment is located in the floor at the rear of the luggage compartment. To gain access to the storage compartment, lift up the sliding loadspace floor as follows: E74812 E74813 Press the unlocking handle and pull the loadspace floor rearwards a short way.
  • Page 183: Rear Under Floor Storage

    Load Carrying 3. Lower the floor. 4. Press the unlocking handle and pull the loadspace floor rearwards until it drops into position on the rails. REAR UNDER FLOOR STORAGE Vehicles with a sliding loadspace floor Raise the loadspace floor to gain access to the storage compartment.
  • Page 184: Cargo Nets

    Load Carrying CARGO NETS Luggage retention net Installing the net E112588 To remove or install the cover, push either end of the case inwards. Stowing the luggage cover - Estate without full size spare wheel E87052 Push the ends of the upper bar towards each other and insert them into the retainers on the roof.
  • Page 185: Roof Racks And Load Carriers

    Load Carrying ROOF RACKS AND LOAD CARRIERS Roof rack WARNINGS If you use a roof rack, the fuel consumption of your vehicle will be higher and you may experience different driving characteristics. Read and follow the manufacturer’s instructions when you are fitting a roof rack.
  • Page 186 Load Carrying Installing behind the front seats E86848 E87783 Push the ends of the bar on the grille towards each other and insert them 3. Attach the grille to the lower bar with into the retainers on the roof. Push the the handwheels.
  • Page 187: Load Retaining Fixtures

    Load Carrying Push the ends of the bar on the grille LOAD RETAINING FIXTURES towards each other and insert them into the retainers on the roof. Push the WARNING bar forwards into the narrow section Do not exceed the maximum of the retainers.
  • Page 188 Load Carrying Installing the load bracket 4. Slide the captured bolts onto the load retaining fixture. WARNINGS Install the load bracket with the longest section towards the rear of the vehicle. If you install it the wrong way round, it may not hold the box in place in the event of an accident.
  • Page 189: Towing

    Towing Change down a gear before you reach a TOWING A TRAILER steep downhill gradient. WARNINGS TOW BALL Do not exceed 100 km/h (62 mph). WARNINGS The rear tyre pressures must be When not in use, always transport increased by 0.2 bar (3 psi) above the tow ball arm securely fastened specification.
  • Page 190 Towing Unlocking the tow ball arm Inserting the tow ball arm mechanism E71329 Remove the protecting cap (1). Insert the key and turn it clockwise to unlock (2). 2. Hold the tow ball arm. Pull the handwheel out and turn it clockwise until it clicks (3).
  • Page 191 Towing Driving with a trailer Removing the tow ball arm E71331 WARNING If any of the below conditions cannot be met, do not use the tow bar and have it checked by a properly trained technician. Before starting your journey, make sure E71332 that the tow ball arm is properly locked.
  • Page 192 Towing Driving without a trailer E94771 Remove the tow ball arm. 2. Insert the plug into its seat (1). WARNING Never unlock the tow ball arm with the trailer attached. Maintenance WARNING Remove the tow ball arm and protect the seat with the plug before steam cleaning your vehicle.
  • Page 193: Driving Hints

    Driving Hints RUNNING-IN COLD WEATHER PRECAUTIONS Tyres The functional operation of some WARNING components and systems can be affected at temperatures below -30°C (-22°F). New tyres need to be run-in for approximately 500 kilometres (300 miles). During this time, you may DRIVING THROUGH WATER experience different driving characteristics.
  • Page 194: Roadside Emergencies

    Roadside Emergencies Estate FIRST AID KIT Space is provided in the luggage compartment. 4-door E87656 WARNING TRIANGLE 4-door and 5-door E87654 5-door E87657 E87655 Space is provided in the luggage compartment. Estate and vehicles with tyre repair Space is provided under the carpet. See Rear Under Floor Storage (page 181).
  • Page 195: Fuse Box Locations

    Fuses FUSE BOX LOCATIONS Engine compartment fuse box E72590 2. Remove the cover. 3. Turn the knob through 90 degrees and release the fuse box from the retaining bracket. E72588 4. Lower the fuse box cover and pull it Central fuse box towards you.
  • Page 196: Changing A Fuse

    Fuses E87482 E87480 2. Remove the relevant fuse box cover. 3. Remove the relevant fuse box cover. Rear fuse box - Estate CHANGING A FUSE WARNINGS Do not modify the electrical system of your vehicle in any way. Have repairs to the electrical system and the replacement of relays and high current fuses carried out by a properly trained technician.
  • Page 197: Fuse Specification Chart

    Fuses FUSE SPECIFICATION CHART Engine compartment fuse box E75525 Fuse Ampere rating Circuits protected Transmission control module (AWF21) Transmission control module (MPS6) Glow plug monitoring (diesel engines)
  • Page 198 Fuses Fuse Ampere rating Circuits protected Vaporiser glow plug monitoring (2.0L Duratorq-TDCi Stage V and 2.2L Duratorq-TDCi Stage V) Engine cooling fan - twin fan (2.3L Duratec-HE and 2.2L Duratorq-TDCi automatic) Electric hydraulic power steering (EHPAS) (1.6L Duratec-16V Ti-VCT Stage V, 1.6L EcoBoost SCTi and 2.0L Duratorq-TDCi) Glow plugs Engine cooling fan (1.6L Duratorq-TDCi, 2.0L Duratorq-...
  • Page 199 Fuses Fuse Ampere rating Circuits protected Degas valve, TMAF sensor, active grille shutter, bypass valve, relay coil, auxiliary run on, water pump (1.6L EcoBoost SCTi). Engine control module (2.0L Duratorq-TDCi, 1.6L Duratec-16V Ti-VCT Stage V) Auxiliary run on, water pump (1.6L EcoBoost SCTi) PCV Valve, VCV Valve, Water in Fuel Sensor, Sonic Purge Valve, Swirl Control Valve, Variable Intake Valve, EGR Valve, IVVT Oil Control Valve (engine manage-...
  • Page 200 Fuses Fuse Ampere rating Circuits protected Diesel auxiliary heater (PTC) Central fuse box supply A Central fuse box supply B Rear fuse box supply C Rear fuse box supply D VQM/non VQM: Cluster/Audio/AC/FLR Windscreen wiper module Heated rear window Headlamp washer ABS valves ABS pump Fuel fired heater...
  • Page 201: Central Fuse Box

    Fuses Fuse Ampere rating Circuits protected Cluster IP Audio/BVC module Automatic AC / Manual AC FLR (Start Stop) Fit a replacement with the same rating as the one you have removed. Central fuse box E124888...
  • Page 202 Fuses Left-hand drive Right-hand drive Fuse Ampere rating Circuits protected Steering wheel module Spare IP 30 Feed Interior lamps Engine immobiliser Adaptive cruise control (ACC) Rain sensor Cigar lighter Fuel filler flap unlock supply Windscreen washers - rear Windscreen washers - front Luggage compartment release supply Fuel filler flap lock supply Fuel pump...
  • Page 203: Rear Fuse Box

    Fuses Fuse Ampere rating Circuits protected Brake lamp switch Sunroof Spare IP 30 Feed Rear fuse box 4-door and 5-door E87483...
  • Page 204 Fuses Estate E75526 Fuse Ampere rating Circuits protected Door module (left-hand front) (window up/down, central locking, electric folding mirror, heated mirror) Door module (right-hand front) (window up/down, central locking, electric folding mirror, heated mirror) Door module (left-hand rear) (window up/down)
  • Page 205 Fuses Fuse Ampere rating Circuits protected Door module (right-hand rear) (window up/down) Rear locking (without rear door modules) Auxiliary power socket Relay coils Keyless vehicle module Relay coils VQM (Start Stop) FA10 Not used FA11 Accessories, trailer module FA12 Electric driver's seat Not used Suspension module Heated driver's seat...
  • Page 206 Fuses Fuse Ampere rating Circuits protected Seat memory function module Rear seat entertainment/CD Changer Audio amplifier FC10 Sony audio system FC11 – Not used FC12 – Not used...
  • Page 207: Vehicle Recovery

    Vehicle recovery Rear towing eye TOWING POINTS Towing eye location The screw-in towing eye is located in the spare wheel well. The towing eye must always be carried in the vehicle. Installing the towing eye CAUTION The screw-in towing eye has a left-hand thread.
  • Page 208 Vehicle recovery CAUTIONS Select neutral when your vehicle is being towed. Drive off slowly and smoothly without jerking the vehicle that is towing. Vehicles with automatic transmission CAUTIONS If a speed of 20 km/h (12 mph) and a distance of 20 kilometres (12 miles) is to be exceeded the drive wheels must be lifted clear of the ground.
  • Page 209: Maintenance

    Have your vehicle serviced regularly to help (page 219). maintain its roadworthiness and resale Brake fluid level. See Brake and value. There is a large network of Ford Clutch Fluid Check (page 220). Authorised Repairers that are there to help you with their professional servicing Washer fluid level.
  • Page 210 Maintenance E87785 Raise the bonnet slightly and move the E87786 catch towards the left-hand side of the Open the bonnet and support it with the vehicle. strut. Closing the bonnet WARNING Make sure that the bonnet is closed properly. Lower the bonnet and allow it to drop from under its own weight for the last 20 –...
  • Page 211: Under Bonnet Overview - 1.6l

    Maintenance UNDER BONNET OVERVIEW - 1.6L DURATEC-16V TI-VCT (SIGMA) E87714 Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (right-hand drive). See Brake and Clutch Fluid Check (page 220). Engine oil filler cap . See Engine Oil Check (page 219). Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (left-hand drive). See Brake and Clutch Fluid Check (page 220).
  • Page 212: Scti (sigma)

    Maintenance UNDER BONNET OVERVIEW - 1.6L ECOBOOST SCTI (SIGMA) E132430 Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (right-hand drive). See Brake and Clutch Fluid Check (page 220). Engine oil filler cap . See Engine Oil Check (page 219). Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (left-hand drive). See Brake and Clutch Fluid Check (page 220).
  • Page 213: Under Bonnet Overview - 2.0l

    Maintenance Power steering fluid reservoir. See Power Steering Fluid Check (page 220). Engine coolant reservoir. See Engine Coolant Check (page 219). The filler caps and the engine oil dipstick are coloured for easy identification. UNDER BONNET OVERVIEW - 2.0L DURATEC-HE (MI4) E73231 Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (right-hand drive).
  • Page 214: Scti (mi4)

    Maintenance Power steering fluid reservoir. See Power Steering Fluid Check (page 220). Engine coolant reservoir. See Engine Coolant Check (page 219). The filler caps and the engine oil dipstick are coloured for easy identification. UNDER BONNET OVERVIEW - 2.0L ECOBOOST SCTI (MI4) E124921 Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (right-hand drive).
  • Page 215: Under Bonnet Overview - 2.3l

    Maintenance Power steering fluid reservoir. See Power Steering Fluid Check (page 220). Engine coolant reservoir. See Engine Coolant Check (page 219). The filler caps and the engine oil dipstick are coloured for easy identification. UNDER BONNET OVERVIEW - 2.3L DURATEC-HE (MI4) E81313 Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (right-hand drive).
  • Page 216: Under Bonnet Overview - 1.6l

    Maintenance Power steering fluid reservoir. See Power Steering Fluid Check (page 220). Engine coolant reservoir. See Engine Coolant Check (page 219). The filler caps and the engine oil dipstick are coloured for easy identification. UNDER BONNET OVERVIEW - 1.6L DURATORQ-TDCI (DV) DIESEL E135199 Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (right-hand drive).
  • Page 217: Under Bonnet Overview - 2.0l

    Maintenance Engine oil dipstick . See Engine Oil Check (page 219). Power steering fluid reservoir. See Power Steering Fluid Check (page 220). Engine coolant reservoir. See Engine Coolant Check (page 219). The filler caps and the engine oil dipstick are coloured for easy identification. UNDER BONNET OVERVIEW - 2.0L DURATORQ-TDCI (DW) DIESEL E73234...
  • Page 218 Maintenance E124913 Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (right-hand drive). See Brake and Clutch Fluid Check (page 220). Engine oil filler cap . See Engine Oil Check (page 219). Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (left-hand drive). See Brake and Clutch Fluid Check (page 220).
  • Page 219: Under Bonnet Overview - 2.2l

    Maintenance UNDER BONNET OVERVIEW - 2.2L DURATORQ-TDCI (DW) DIESEL E87715 Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (right-hand drive): See Brake and Clutch Fluid Check (page 220). Engine oil filler cap : See Engine Oil Check (page 219). Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (left-hand drive): See Brake and Clutch Fluid Check (page 220).
  • Page 220: Engine Oil Dipstick - 1.6l Duratec-16v

    Maintenance ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK - 1.6L ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK - 2.0L DURATEC-16V TI-VCT (SIGMA) DURATEC-HE (MI4)/2.3L DURATEC-HE (MI4) E95540 E92036 ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK - 1.6L ECOBOOST SCTI (SIGMA) ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK - 2.0L ECOBOOST SCTI (MI4) E124917 E134114 E134040...
  • Page 221: Engine Oil Dipstick - 1.6l Duratorq-tdci

    Do not top up further than the MAX mark. CAUTION Do not use oil additives or other Top up with fluid that meets the Ford engine treatments. Under certain specification. See Technical conditions, they could damage the Specifications (page 221).
  • Page 222: Brake And Clutch Fluid Check

    Have the Top up with fluid that meets the Ford system checked by a properly trained specification. See Technical technician as soon as possible.
  • Page 223: Washer Fluid Check

    Brake fluid Fluid Your engine has been designed to be used with Castrol and Ford Engine Oil, which gives a fuel economy benefit whilst maintaining the durability of your engine. Topping up the oil: If you are unable to find an oil that meets the specification defined by WSS-M2C913-C, you must use SAE 5W-30 that meets the specification defined by ACEA A5/B5.
  • Page 224 Maintenance E115472 Capacities Variant Item Capacity in Litres (gallons) Power steering system MAX mark Windscreen and rear 3.8 (0.8) window washer system Fuel tank 70 (15.4) Engine lubrication system - 1.6L Duratec-16V Ti-VCT 4.1 (0.9) including the oil filter Engine lubrication system - 1.6L Duratec-16V Ti-VCT 3.8 (0.8) excluding the oil filter...
  • Page 225 Maintenance Variant Item Capacity in Litres (gallons) Engine lubrication system - 2.3L Duratec-HE 3.9 (0.9) excluding the oil filter 2.3L Duratec-HE Engine cooling system 6.9 (1.5) Engine lubrication system - 1.6L Duratorq-TDCi 3.8 (0.8) including the oil filter Engine lubrication system - 1.6L Duratorq-TDCi 3.5 (0.8) excluding the oil filter...
  • Page 226: Vehicle Care

    Vehicle Care Cleaning the chrome trim CLEANING THE EXTERIOR CAUTION WARNING Do not use abrasives or chemical If you use a car wash with a waxing solvents. Use soapy water. cycle, make sure that you remove the wax from the windscreen. Body paintwork preservation CAUTIONS CAUTIONS...
  • Page 227: Repairing Minor Paint Damage

    You should repair paintwork damage caused by stones from the road or minor scratches as soon as possible. A choice of products is available from your Ford Dealer. Read and follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Page 228: Vehicle Battery

    Vehicle battery To connect the booster cables JUMP-STARTING THE VEHICLE WARNING Do not use fuel lines, engine rocker covers or the intake manifold as grounding points. CAUTIONS Connect batteries with only the same nominal voltage. Always use booster cables with insulated clamps and adequate size cable.
  • Page 229: Changing The Vehicle Battery

    Vehicle battery BATTERY CONNECTION CAUTIONS Do not connect to the negative (–) POINTS terminal of the flat battery. Make sure that the cables are clear of any moving parts and fuel delivery system parts. To start the engine Run the engine of vehicle B at moderately high speed.
  • Page 230: Wheels And Tyres

    Wheels and Tyres GENERAL INFORMATION WARNINGS Do not fit more than one spare wheel on your vehicle at any one time. CAUTIONS Use only approved wheel and tyre Do not use snow chains on this type sizes. Using other sizes could damage of wheel.
  • Page 231 Wheels and Tyres Note: Use a jack with a minimum lifting Your vehicle jack and wheel brace are capacity of 1.5 tonnes and a lifting plate with located in the spare wheel well. a minimum diameter of 80 millimetres (3.1 Jacking and lifting points inches).
  • Page 232 Wheels and Tyres E92658 Emergency use only Maintenance E93184 Indentations in the sills A show the location of the jacking points. E92932...
  • Page 233 Wheels and Tyres Extend the wheel brace. Type two CAUTION The screw-in towing eye has a left-hand thread. Turn it anti-clockwise to install it. Make sure that the towing eye is fully tightened. The screw-in towing eye is located in the spare wheel well.
  • Page 234 Wheels and Tyres Type two WARNINGS Secure the diagonally opposite wheel with an appropriate block or wheel chock. Make sure that the arrows on directional tyres point in the direction of rotation when the vehicle is moving forwards. If you have to fit a spare wheel with the arrows pointing in the opposite direction, have the tyre refitted in the correct direction by a properly...
  • Page 235: Tyre Repair Kit

    Wheels and Tyres 2. Slacken the wheel nuts. 3. Jack up the vehicle until the tyre is clear of the ground. 4. Remove the wheel nuts and the wheel. Installing a road wheel WARNINGS Use only approved wheel and tyre sizes.
  • Page 236 Wheels and Tyres General information Using the tyre repair kit WARNINGS WARNINGS Depending on the type and extent of Compressed air can act as an tyre damage, some tyres can only be explosive or propellant. partially sealed or not sealed at all. Never leave the tyre repair kit Loss of tyre pressure can affect vehicle unattended while in use.
  • Page 237 Wheels and Tyres Inflating the tyre WARNINGS Check the sidewall of the tyre prior to inflation. If there are any cracks, bumps or similar damage, do not attempt to inflate the tyre. Do not stand directly beside the tyre while the compressor is pumping. Watch the sidewall of the tyre.
  • Page 238 Wheels and Tyres Open the lid of the tyre repair kit. Make sure the kit, the bottle lid and the orange cap are stored safely, but 2. Peel off the label I showing the still easily accessible in the vehicle. maximum permissible speed of The kit will be required again when 80 km/h (50 mph) from the casing and...
  • Page 239: Tyre Care

    Wheels and Tyres 6. Once you have inflated the tyre to its TYRE CARE correct tyre pressure, move the compressor switch H to position 0, remove the power plug G from the socket, unscrew the hose C, fasten the valve cap and replace the protective cap A.
  • Page 240: Using Snow Chains

    Wheels and Tyres USING SNOW CHAINS WARNINGS The system may take longer to detect low pressure in the tyres if you WARNINGS have fitted snow chains. Do not exceed 50 km/h (30 mph). Do not drive on significantly under-inflated tyres. This may cause Do not use snow chains on snow-free the tyres to overheat and fail.
  • Page 241: Technical Specifications

    Wheels and Tyres Note: Type 3 instrument clusters have a Correct tyre pressure settings depend on slightly different menu structure. Select vehicle load. See Technical Settings first to access Information. Specifications (page 239). The system can only detect low pressure if you have Press the right arrow button on the entered the current vehicle load.
  • Page 242 Wheels and Tyres Tyre pressures (cold tyres) Up to 80 km/h (50 mph) Normal load Full load Front Rear Front Rear Variant Tyre size bar (lbf/ bar (lbf/ bar (lbf/ bar (lbf/ in²) in²) in²) in²) T125/90 R 16 4.2 (61) 4.2 (61) 4.2 (61) 4.2 (61)
  • Page 243 Wheels and Tyres Normal load Full load Front Rear Front Rear Variant Tyre size bar (lbf/ bar (lbf/ bar (lbf/ bar (lbf/ in²) in²) in²) in²) 1.6L EcoBoost SCTi (Sigma), 2.0L EcoBoost SCTi (MI4), 1.6L Duratorq-TDCi (DV) 235/40 R 18 2.4 (35) 2.2 (32) 2.6 (38)
  • Page 244 Wheels and Tyres Continuous speed in excess of 160 km/h (100 mph) Normal load Full load Front Rear Front Rear Variant Tyre size bar (lbf/ bar (lbf/ bar (lbf/ bar (lbf/ in²) in²) in²) in²) 1.6L Duratec-16V Ti- 205/55 R 16 2.2 (32) 2.2 (32) 2.5 (36)
  • Page 245: Vehicle Identification Vehicle Identification Plate

    Vehicle identification Note: The vehicle identification plate VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION design may vary to that shown. PLATE Note: The information shown on the vehicle identification plate is dependant upon market requirements. E135662 Model Variant Engine designation Emission level Vehicle identification number Gross vehicle weight Gross train weight Maximum front axle weight...
  • Page 246: Vehicle Identification Number

    Vehicle identification VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER E87496 The vehicle identification number is stamped into the floor panel on the right-hand side, beside the front seat. It is also shown on the left-hand side of the instrument panel.
  • Page 247: Technical Specifications

    Capacities and Specifications TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Vehicle dimensions 4-door Dimension description Dimension in mm (inches) Maximum length - without bumper styling kit 4850 (190.9) Maximum length - with bumper styling kit 4866 (191.6) Overall width including exterior mirrors 2092 (82.4) Overall height - EC kerb weight 1460 - 1500 (57.5 - 59.1) Wheelbase 2850 (112.2)
  • Page 248: Capacities And Specifications

    Capacities and Specifications Dimension description Dimension in mm (inches) Overall height - EC kerb weight without roof bars 1472 - 1512 (58 - 59.5) Overall height - EC kerb weight including roof bars 1508 - 1548 (59.4 - 61) Wheelbase 2850 (112.2) Front track 1579 - 1589 (62.2 - 62.6)
  • Page 249 Capacities and Specifications Item Dimension description Dimension in mm (inches) Attachment point – centre of tow ball 1 (0.04) Wheel centre – centre of tow ball 1150 (45.3) Centre of tow ball – side member 438 (17.2) Inner side of side member 876 (34.5) Centre of tow ball –...
  • Page 250 Capacities and Specifications Item Dimension description Dimension in mm (inches) Bumper – end of tow ball (without bumper 113 (4.4) styling kit, with self levelling suspension) Bumper – end of tow ball (with bumper 108 (4.3) styling kit, with self levelling suspension) Attachment point –...
  • Page 251: Audio Introduction

    Audio introduction IMPORTANT AUDIO INFORMATION WARNINGS Due to technical incompatibility, E66257 recordable (CD-R) and rewritable Disc labels (CD-RW) discs may not function correctly. Audio CD These units will play compact discs that conform to the International Red Book standard audio specification.
  • Page 252: Audio Unit Overview

    Audio unit overview 6000CD E138368 CD aperture. See Loading compact discs (page 264). On, off and volume control. See On/off control (page 255). CD eject. See Ejecting compact discs (page 267). Clock. See Setting the clock and date on the audio unit (page 254). Balance and fade control.
  • Page 253 Audio unit overview Sony CD and Sony CD DAB E138370 Scan. See Station tuning control (page 259). See Compact disc track scanning (page 266). Information. See Audio unit operation (page 255). See Audio unit menus (page 261). See Compact disc player (page 264). See Audio troubleshooting (page 270).
  • Page 254 Audio unit overview Tone. See Bass/treble control (page 255). Phone menu. See Telephone (page 271). Radio and waveband select. See Waveband button (page 257). Auxiliary and CD select. See Auxiliary input (AUX IN) socket (page 269). See Compact disc player (page 264). CD eject.
  • Page 255: Audio System Security

    Audio system security The number of attempts will be shown in SECURITY CODE the display. Each unit incorporates a unique code that If the display reverts to CODE another must be entered before the unit will entry attempt may be made immediately. operate.
  • Page 256: Audio Unit Clock And Date Displays

    Audio unit clock and date displays Sony and Sony DAB SETTING THE CLOCK AND DATE ON THE AUDIO UNIT Changing the date and time Press the CLOCK button. 6000CD 2. Press the left or right navigation button Changing the date and time until the date or time value that you wish to change flashes in the display.
  • Page 257: Audio Unit Operation

    Audio unit operation ON/OFF CONTROL BALANCE/FADE CONTROL Press the on/off control. This will also The balance function is used to adjust the operate the unit for up to one hour with the sound distribution between the left and ignition turned off. right speakers.
  • Page 258 Audio unit operation 6000CD Menu functions First level Second level During radio recep- During tape playback During CD playback During all functions tion Manual tuning 12/24 hour Scan Traffic local or distant Scan tuning Shuffle 12/24 hour ADV menu Repeat Comp News ADV menu...
  • Page 259: Station Preset Buttons

    Audio unit operation Menu functions During radio reception During CD playback volume volume Traffic local or distant Traffic local or distant Regional ON/OFF Shuffle Repeat Comp ON/OFF Note: The sequence in which functions appear may vary for different audio units and vehicles.
  • Page 260: Autostore Control

    Audio unit operation TP will be shown within a box in the display AUTOSTORE CONTROL when you are tuned to a station providing traffic information from a linked RDS (radio Note: This function will overwrite the data system) or EON (enhanced other previously stored autostore preset stations.
  • Page 261: Station Tuning Control

    Audio unit operation Ending traffic announcements 3. Press the seek up or seek down button to select either local (TA LOCAL) or The audio unit will return to normal distant (TA DIST) traffic operation at the end of each traffic announcements.
  • Page 262 Audio unit operation Sony CD Sony and Sony DAB Select a waveband and briefly press the Press the SCAN button. SCAN flashes up or down navigation button. The unit will or SCANNING is shown in the display. stop at the first station it finds in the 2.
  • Page 263: Audio Unit Menus

    Audio unit menus Changing the DSP settings AUTOMATIC VOLUME CONTROL Press the DSP button once for occupancy and twice for equaliser. For When available, automatic volume control item location: See Audio unit (AVC) adjusts the volume level to overview (page 250). compensate for engine noise and road 2.
  • Page 264: Alternative Frequencies

    Audio unit menus 3. Using the seek up or seek down button ALTERNATIVE FREQUENCIES select the required setting. Many programmes broadcast on the FM 4. Press the MENU button or allow the waveband have a programme system to time out to confirm your identification (PI) code, which can be selection.
  • Page 265: News Broadcasts

    Audio unit menus 3. Using the seek up or seek down button 3. Press the button between the turn the function on or off. navigation buttons to make your selection. 4. Press the MENU button or allow the system to time out to confirm your 4.
  • Page 266: Compact Disc Player

    Compact disc player LOADING COMPACT DISCS LOADING THE COMPACT DISC CHANGER 6000CD, Sony and Sony DAB CAUTIONS Always check that the CD aperture is empty before inserting a CD. Do not insert more than one disc into each slot. Insert a CD, label side up, into the audio unit.
  • Page 267: Compact Disc Playback

    Compact disc player Compact disc changer playback UNLOADING THE COMPACT DISC CHANGER 6000CD Press the CD button twice to start CD CAUTION playback. Keep the door closed when the Note: If the CD button is pressed when no magazine is installed. discs are loaded, NO CDS will be shown in the display.
  • Page 268: Compact Disc Track Compression

    Compact disc player Sony and Sony DAB Press the MENU button repeatedly until SHUF is shown in the display. Press the MENU button. 2. Using the seek up or seek down button 2. Using the up or down navigation button scroll through the display until SHUF scroll through the display until COMP ALL or SHUFF CD is shown in the...
  • Page 269: Ejecting Compact Discs

    Compact disc player Sony and Sony DAB Press the SCAN button once to scan each track on an audio CD, or the first Press the MENU button. 10 seconds of each track on each folder of a MP3 CD. 2. using the up or down navigation buttons scroll through the display until 2.
  • Page 270: Mp3 Display Options

    Compact disc player When the playback of a file is finished the ENDING COMPACT DISC playback of the other files in the same PLAYBACK directory continues. Directory change takes place automatically when all files in the All except Sony and Sony DAB current directory have been played back.
  • Page 271: Auxiliary Input (aux In) Socket

    Auxiliary input (AUX IN) socket Note: For optimum performance when using any auxiliary device set the volume on the device high. This will reduce audio interference when charging the device via the vehicle power supply socket. When fitted the Auxiliary input (AUX IN) socket permits an auxiliary device, such as an MP3 player, to be linked into the vehicle audio system.
  • Page 272: Audio Troubleshooting

    Audio troubleshooting Audio unit display Rectification General error message for CD fault conditions, for example cannot read the CD, data-CD inserted. May CD ERROR also indicate a audio unit malfunction. Make sure that PLEASE CHECK CD the disc is correctly loaded, clean and re- load the CD CDC ERROR or replace the CD with a known music CD.
  • Page 273: Telephone

    To avoid this Office situation, only recommended phones should be used. E87993 Please visit the website www.ford- mobile-connectivity.com for full details. E87994 TELEPHONE SETUP Making a phone an active phone When using the system for the first time, Phonebook no phone is connected to the system.
  • Page 274: Bluetooth Setup

    Note: In some cases the Bluetooth 2. In the Bluetooth menu on your phone, connection must also be confirmed on the search for Ford Audio and select it. phone. 3. Enter the code number shown on the Bond another Bluetooth phone vehicle display using the phone keypad.
  • Page 275: Using The Telephone - Vehicles Without

    Telephone On vehicles with an accept and reject Note: Press and hold the seek button to button, phone calls can be accepted and skip to the next letter in the alphabet. rejected by pressing the appropriate 5. Press the PHONE or the call accept button.
  • Page 276 Telephone Receiving an incoming call Audio units without a telephone keypad can also end a call by pressing either Accepting an incoming call PHONE, CD, AM/FM or ON/OFF, or by pressing the MODE button on the remote Incoming calls can be accepted by pressing control either the call accept button, the PHONE button or the MODE button on the remote...
  • Page 277: Using The Telephone - Vehicles With

    Telephone Audio units with green call accept Press the PHONE or call accept button button. 2. Press the MENU button on the audio Press the call accept button. Press the unit. button once again to turn this function off. 3. Select the DEBOND option on the Audio units without green call accept audio unit.
  • Page 278 Telephone Making a call Accepting a second incoming call Second incoming calls can be accepted Dialling a number by pressing either the call accept button, Phone numbers can be dialled using voice the MODE button on the remote control, control. See Voice control (page 278). the PHONE button on the unit or by using the ACCEPT option in the menu.
  • Page 279 Telephone Debonding a bonded phone A bonded phone can be deleted from the system at any time, unless a phone call is in progress. Press the PHONE button on the unit. 2. Select the BT SETTINGS option in the menu. 3.
  • Page 280: Voice Control

    Voice control Do not try to give any commands until the PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION beep tone has been heard. The voice control system will repeat each spoken CAUTION command back to you. Using the system with the engine off If you are not sure how to continue say will drain the battery.
  • Page 281: Audio Unit Commands

    Voice control Name tag automatic climate control: "TEMPERATURE", "AUTO MODE", The name tag functionality can support "DEFROSTING/DEMISTING ON" and the phone, audio and navigation features "DEFROSTING/DEMISTING OFF" by using the "STORE NAME" function. You radio: "TUNE NAME" can assign name tags to items such as external device (USB): "TRACK"...
  • Page 282: Voice Control

    Voice control "CD PLAYER" "REPEAT OFF" * Can be used as a shortcut. ** Only available if the CD contains audio data files like MP3 or WMA. Track You can choose a track on your CD directly. Steps User says System answer "CD PLAYER"...
  • Page 283 Voice control "CD CHANGER" "PLAY" "DISC" "TRACK" "SHUFFLE ALL" "SHUFFLE CD" "SHUFFLE FOLDER" "SHUFFLE OFF" "REPEAT CD" "REPEAT FOLDER" "REPEAT TRACK" "REPEAT OFF" * Can be used as a shortcut. ** Only available if the CD contains audio data files like MP3 or WMA. Disc If you have a CD changer you can choose the disc number.
  • Page 284 Voice control Steps User says System answer "CD CHANGER" "CD CHANGER" "TRACK NUMBER PLEASE" "TRACK" "TRACK <number>" "<a number between 1 and 99>" * Can be used as a shortcut. ** Additionally, numbers can be spoken as up to four single digits (for example "2", "4", "5"...
  • Page 285 Voice control "RADIO" "PLAY" * Can be used as a shortcut. Tune frequency This function allows you to tune your radio by voice commands. Steps User says System answer "RADIO" "RADIO" "AM" "AM FREQUENCY PLEASE" "FM" "FM FREQUENCY PLEASE" "TUNE <frequency>" "<frequency>"...
  • Page 286 Voice control Tune name This function allows you to call up a stored radio station. Steps User says System answer "RADIO" "RADIO" "NAME PLEASE" "TUNE NAME" "<name>" "TUNE <name>" * Can be used as a shortcut. Delete name This function allows you to delete a stored radio station.
  • Page 287 Voice control Steps User says System answer "RADIO" "RADIO" "DELETE DIRECTORY" "DELETE DIRECTORY" "CONFIRM YES OR NO" "YES" "RADIO DIRECTORY DELETED" "NO" "COMMAND CANCELLED" Play This function switches the audio source to the radio mode. Steps User says System answer "RADIO"...
  • Page 288 Voice control "EXTERNAL DEVICE", "USB" "PLAY" "TRACK" "PLAYLIST" "FOLDER" "SHUFFLE ALL" "SHUFFLE FOLDER" "SHUFFLE PLAYLIST" "SHUFFLE OFF" "REPEAT TRACK" "REPEAT FOLDER" "REPEAT OFF" * Can be used as a shortcut. ** Playlists and folders activated by voice control must be assigned special filenames. See General Information (page 296).
  • Page 289 Voice control Steps User says System answer "EXTERNAL DEVICE" "EXTERNAL DEVICE" "USB" "USB" "TRACK" "TRACK NUMBER PLEASE" "TRACK <number>" "<a number between 1 and 99>" * Additionally, numbers can be spoken as up to four single digits (for example "2", "4", "5"...
  • Page 290: Telephone Commands

    Voice control iPod Track You can choose a track off the all titles list of your iPod directly. Steps User says System answer "EXTERNAL DEVICE" "EXTERNAL DEVICE" "IPOD" "IPOD" "TRACK NUMBER PLEASE" "TRACK" "TRACK <number>" "<a number between 1 and 99>" * Can be used as a shortcut.
  • Page 291 Voice control "PHONE" "HELP" "MOBILE NAME" "DIAL NUMBER" "DIAL NAME" "DELETE NAME" "DELETE DIRECTORY" "PLAY DIRECTORY" "STORE NAME" "REDIAL" "ACCEPT CALLS" "REJECT CALLS" * Can be used as a shortcut. Phone functions Dial number Phone numbers can be dialled after giving the name tag voice command.
  • Page 292 Voice control Dial name Phone numbers can be dialled after giving the name tag voice command. Steps User says System answer "PHONE" "PHONE" "NAME PLEASE" "DIAL NAME" "<name>" "DIAL <name>" "CONFIRM YES OR NO" "YES" "DIALLING" "NO" "COMMAND CANCELLED" * Can be used as a shortcut. Redial This function allows you to redial the last dialled phone number.
  • Page 293 Voice control DTMF (Tone dialling) Note: DTMF can only be used during an ongoing call. Operate the VOICE button and This function transfers spoken numbers wait for the system prompt. into DTMF tones. For example, to make a Can only be used with vehicles installed with remote enquiry to your home answering a dedicated VOICE button.
  • Page 294 Voice control Steps User says System answer "PHONE" "PHONE" "DELETE NAME" "NAME PLEASE" "<name>" "DELETE <name>" "CONFIRM YES OR NO" "YES" "<name> DELETED" "NO" "COMMAND CANCELLED" Play directory Use this function to let the system tell you all stored entries. Steps User says System answer...
  • Page 295: Navigation System Commands

    Voice control Steps User says System answer "PHONE" "PHONE" "REJECT CALLS" "REJECT CALLS" "ACCEPT CALLS" "ACCEPT CALLS" * use this command to turn the reject mode off Overview NAVIGATION SYSTEM The overview below shows the available COMMANDS voice commands. The following lists will give further information about the Please refer to your separate Navigation complete command menu in selected...
  • Page 296 Voice control This function allows you to adjust the fan speed. Steps User says System answer "CLIMATE" "CLIMATE" "FAN SPEED PLEASE" "‘FAN" "MINIMUM" "FAN MINIMUM" "<a number between 1 and 7>" "FAN <number>" "MAXIMUM" "FAN MAXIMUM" * Can be used as a shortcut. On vehicles fitted with an English language module the "FAN" shortcut is not available.
  • Page 297 Voice control Steps User says System answer "MAXIMUM" "TEMPERATURE MAXIMUM" * Can be used as a shortcut. Auto mode Steps User says System answer "CLIMATE" "CLIMATE" "AUTO MODE" "AUTO MODE" * Can be used as a shortcut. Can be deactivated by selecting a different temperature or fan speed.
  • Page 298: Connectivity

    Cover the socket connection when not in use. iPod media players (refer to Only use USB Mass-Storage device www.ford-mobile compliant devices. -connectivity.com for latest compatibility list). Always switch your audio unit to a different source (for example the The system is USB 2.0 full speed...
  • Page 299: Connecting An External Device

    Plug in the device, and if necessary secure below: it to prevent movement within the vehicle. Create folders named with the structure "Ford<*>" where <*> is a Connecting an iPod number 1-10. For example "Ford3" For optimum convenience and audio without an extension.
  • Page 300: Using A Usb Device

    Connectivity Bonding the device Information not available Note: Some audio and navigation units E100028 have a separate Bluetooth audio menu. Use this to access setup and control. Sony radio To connect the device to the system follow Operation the same procedure as for Bluetooth hands free phones.
  • Page 301 Connectivity Audio control The display will show the track information, together with other important Press the left and right arrow keys to skip information described below: backwards and forwards through tracks. A vertical scroll bar on the right side of Press and hold the left/right arrow keys to the display shows the current position enable fast rewind/fast forward through...
  • Page 302: Using An Ipod

    Connectivity Press the INFO button to display the "<" to the left hand side of the display following: indicates that a further level up is readable. filename Icons to the left of track/folder text title indicate the type of file/folder. Refer artist to the list for an explanation of these album...
  • Page 303 Connectivity iPod is the active source The display will show the track information, together with other important information described below: E100030 iPod playlist A vertical scroll bar on the right side of the display shows the current position E100031 of the list view. iPod artist ">"...
  • Page 304 Connectivity Press the INFO button to display the To navigate the iPod contents, use the following: rotary scroll/select button to browse through lists. Push the button to expand title the contents within the highlighted playlist, artist album, artist, genre or to commence track number and playing time.
  • Page 305 Connectivity The iPod menu list for browsing contents Press the SCAN button to scan the will be available through the display. currently selected tracks. Navigation of the contents follows the Press the INFO button to display the same principles as for iPod standalone use following: (for example search by artist, title, etc.).
  • Page 306: Navigation Introduction

    Read and follow all stated safety precautions. Failure to do so may increase your risk of collision and personal injury. Ford Motor Company shall not be liable for any damages of any type arising from failure to follow these guidelines.
  • Page 307: Navigation System

    GPS receiver. system performance. To avoid this situation, only recommended phones Note: The Ford Mobile Navigation must be should be used. installed and activated on your mobile phone. Please visit the website Note: It is possible to activate up to a www.ford-mobile-connectivity.com for...
  • Page 308 Navigation system E114213 2. Switch your mobile phone on and start the "Ford Mobile Navigation". 3. Choose "Select Destination". 4. Choose "Enter Address". 5. Change route options if necessary and start the route guidance. 6. The vehicle display will show the turn information.
  • Page 309: Appendices

    The Bluetooth word mark and logos are FCC/INDUSTRY CANADA NOTICE owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Ford Motor Company This device complies with Part 15 of the is under license. Other trademarks and FCC Rules.
  • Page 310: Type Approvals

    Appendices E114220 Certificate for United Arab Emirates TYPE APPROVALS EU Declaration Hereby, Valeo declares that this short range device is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. E125209...
  • Page 311: Electromagnetic Compatibility

    Appendices ELECTROMAGNETIC WARNINGS The RF (radio frequency) transmitter COMPATIBILITY equipment (e.g. cellular telephones, amateur radio transmitters etc.) may WARNINGS only be fitted to your vehicle if they comply Your vehicle has been tested and with the parameters shown in the table certified to legislations relating to below.
  • Page 312 Appendices Frequency Band Maximum output power Watt (Peak Antenna Positions RMS) 142 – 176 50 W 1, 2, 3 380 – 512 50 W 1, 2, 3 806 – 940 10 W 1, 2, 3 1200 – 1400 10 W 1, 2, 3 1710 –...
  • Page 313 Index At a Glance............11 Adjusting the steering wheel......15 Autolamps...............16 Automatic climate control........18 See: Climate Control.........106 Automatic main beam control......16 About This Manual...........7 Automatic transmission........20 Autowipers...............15 See: Brakes............153 Blind spot information system (BLIS)...17 ABS driving hints Changing the wiper blades .......15 See: Hints on Driving With Anti-Lock Diesel particulate filter (DPF)......19 Brakes..............153...
  • Page 314 Index Audio unit commands.......279 Auxiliary Heater..........112 Auxiliary input.............285 Changing the remote control battery..115 CD Changer............280 Diesel auxiliary heater (depending on CD Player...............279 country)..............116 External devices - iPod........287 Feedback during starting and switching External devices - USB........285 off.................114 Radio..............282 Fuel operated heater (depending on Audio unit menus.........261 country)..............115 Audio unit operation........255...
  • Page 315 Index Child Safety Locks..........27 Electric child safety locks........28 Manual child safety locks........27 Capacities and Specifications....245 Child Seat Positioning........24 Technical Specifications.........245 Child Seats............22 Cargo Nets............182 Child restraints for different mass Luggage retention net........182 groups..............22 Car Wash Cigar Lighter............125 See: Cleaning the Exterior......224 Cleaning the Exterior........224 Catalytic Converter........142 Body paintwork preservation......224...
  • Page 316 Index Cruise control Electric sunroof..........116 See: Using Cruise Control........164 Opening and closing the sunroof....117 Cup Holders.............127 Opening and closing the sunroof automatically............117 Sunroof anti-trap protection......117 Sunroof relearning..........118 Daytime Running Lamps......55 Sunroof safety mode.........118 Diesel Particulate Filter......135 Tilting the sunroof..........117 Electromagnetic compatibility....309 Regeneration............136 Digital signal processing (DSP)....261 Ending compact disc playback....268...
  • Page 317 Index Fog Lamps - Rear Global Opening and Closing......39 See: Rear Fog Lamps..........57 Global closing............40 Forward alert function.........171 Global opening.............40 Glove Box............127 Adjusting the warning sensitivity....171 Switching the system on and off....171 Cooled glove box..........127 Front Fog Lamps..........57 Fuel and Refuelling........141 Technical Specifications........144 Fuel Burning Heater Handbrake...
  • Page 318 Index Important audio information....249 iPod Audio unit labels..........249 See: Using an iPod..........300 ISOFIX Anchor Points........26 Disc labels............249 Incorrect security code......253 Attaching a child seat with top Information Displays........84 tethers..............26 General Information...........84 Top tether anchor points........26 Information Messages........97 Active suspension..........98 Airbag...............98 Jump starting Alarm................98 Automatic main beam control, Lane...
  • Page 319 Index Load Carriers Manual Seats..........119 See: Roof Racks and Load Carriers.....183 Adjusting the angle of the seatback...120 Load Carrying..........178 Adjusting the height of the driver’s General Information...........178 seat..............120 Loading compact discs......264 Adjusting the lumbar support.......120 6000CD, Sony and Sony DAB......264 Moving the seats backwards and Loading the compact disc forwards.............119...
  • Page 320 Principle of Operation........161 Look for the Ford logo on the following Rear Window Wiper and Washers....51 parts ...............8 Intermittent wipe...........51 Now you can be sure that your Ford parts Reverse gear wipe..........51 are Ford parts............7 Washer..............51 Personalised Settings........95 Refuelling - E85..........144 Help screen, radio, navigation and phone Refuelling............144...
  • Page 321 Index Setting the clock and date on the audio Switching Off the Engine......136 unit..............254 Vehicles with a turbocharger......136 Symbols Glossary..........7 6000CD..............254 Sony and Sony DAB..........254 Symbols in this handbook........7 Shuffle/random...........265 Symbols on your vehicle........7 6000CD..............265 Sony CD and Sony CD DAB......266 Sitting in the Correct Position....119 Sliding Loadspace Floor......179 Technical Specifications...
  • Page 322 Index Track selection..........264 Under Bonnet Overview - 2.0L Duratorq-TDCi (DW) Diesel....215 All except Sony and Sony DAB....264 Under Bonnet Overview - 2.0L EcoBoost Sony and Sony DAB..........264 Traffic information control.......258 SCTi (MI4)............212 Under Bonnet Overview - 2.2L Activating traffic announcements....258 Duratorq-TDCi (DW) Diesel....217 Ending traffic announcements.....259 Under Bonnet Overview - 2.3L...
  • Page 323 Index Using hill start assist........155 Using the telephone - Vehicles Without: Navigation System........273 Activating the system........156 Deactivating the system........157 Changing the active phone......275 Using lane departure warning....176 Debonding a bonded phone......275 Setting the steering wheel vibration Debonding a bonded phone - Sony level..............177 radio..............275 Setting the system sensitivity......177...
  • Page 324 Index Warning Lamps and Indicators....80 ABS warning lamp..........80 Airbag warning lamp..........80 Blind spot monitor indicator......80 Brake system lamp..........80 Coolant temperature warning lamp....80 Direction indicators..........81 Engine warning lamp...........81 Forward alert indicator........81 Front fog lamp indicator........81 Frost warning lamp..........81 Glow plug indicator..........81 Headlamp indicator..........81 Ignition warning lamp..........81 Lane departure warning indicator....81...
  • Page 326 CG3536en...

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