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  • Page 1 FORD ECOSPORT 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 2013 All rights reserved. Part Number: CG3590en 08/2013 20130821212701...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Remote Control..........32 Introduction Replacing a Lost Key or Remote About This Manual...........5 Control............34 Symbols Glossary..........5 Data Recording..........7 Locks Replacement Parts Locking and Unlocking.........35 Recommendation........8 Keyless Entry............36 Mobile Communications Equipment............8 Tailgate..............38 At a Glance Security Front Exterior Overview........10 Passive Anti-Theft System......40 Vehicle Interior Overview.......11 Anti-Theft Alarm...........40...
  • Page 4 Table of Contents Interior Mirror...........54 Steering Wheel Lock........85 Starting a Gasoline Engine......85 Instrument Cluster Starting a Diesel Engine......86 Gauges...............55 Diesel Particulate Filter........87 Warning Lamps and Indicators....56 Switching Off the Engine......88 Audible Warnings and Indicators.....59 Fuel and Refueling Information Displays Safety Precautions........89 General Information........61 Fuel Quality - Gasoline........89 Trip Computer..........62...
  • Page 5 Table of Contents Stability Control Fuses Principle of Operation........104 Fuse Box Locations........117 Using Stability Control.......104 Fuse Specification Chart......118 Changing a Fuse...........126 Parking Aids Maintenance Principle of Operation........105 Parking Aid............105 General Information........127 Opening and Closing the Hood....127 Cruise Control Under Hood Overview - 1.0L EcoBoost ..........129 Principle of Operation.........107...
  • Page 6 Table of Contents Repairing Minor Paint Damage....148 Cleaning the Alloy Wheels......148 Wheels and Tires General Information........149 Tire Care............149 Using Winter Tires........149 Using Snow Chains........149 Tire Pressure Monitoring System...150 Changing a Road Wheel......153 Technical Specifications......157 Capacities and Specific- ations Vehicle Identification Plate.......159 Vehicle Identification Number....160 Technical Specifications......160 Audio System...
  • Page 7: Introduction

    Introduction ABOUT THIS MANUAL Thank you for choosing Ford. We recommend that you take some time to get to know your vehicle by reading this manual. The more that you know about it, the greater the safety and pleasure you will get from driving it.
  • Page 8 Introduction Battery acid Explosive gas Brake fluid - non petroleum Fan warning based Fasten safety belt Brake system Front airbag Cabin air filter Front fog lamps Check fuel cap Fuel pump reset Child safety door lock or unlock Fuse compartment Child seat lower anchor Hazard warning flashers Child seat tether anchor...
  • Page 9: Data Recording

    Introduction Maintain correct fluid level DATA RECORDING A large number of electronic components of your vehicle contain data storage Note operating instructions modules temporarily or permanently storing technical data about the condition of the vehicle, events and errors. Panic alarm In general, this technical information documents the condition of parts, modules, systems or the environment:...
  • Page 10: Replacement Parts Recommendation

    Ford Warranty. Damage from the vehicle. caused to your vehicle as a result of the failure of non-Ford parts may not be covered by the Ford Warranty. For REPLACEMENT PARTS additional information, refer to the terms RECOMMENDATION and conditions of the Ford Warranty.
  • Page 11 Introduction WARNING Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control, crash and injury. We strongly recommend that you use extreme caution when using any device that may take your focus off the road. Your primary responsibility is the safe operation of your vehicle.
  • Page 12: At A Glance

    At a Glance FRONT EXTERIOR OVERVIEW See Locking and Unlocking (page 35). See Interior Mirror (page 54). See Changing the Wiper Blades (page 140). See Maintenance (page 127). See Towing Points (page 111). See Changing a Bulb (page 136). Tire pressures. See Technical Specifications (page 157). See Changing a Road Wheel (page 153).
  • Page 13: Vehicle Interior Overview

    At a Glance VEHICLE INTERIOR OVERVIEW See Manual Transmission (page 96). See Automatic Transmission (page 96). See Power Windows (page 52). See Exterior Mirrors (page 53). See Head Restraints (page 75). See Fastening the Safety Belts (page 25). See Rear Seats (page 77). See Manual Seats (page 76).
  • Page 14: Instrument Panel Overview - Vehicles With: Lhd

    At a Glance INSTRUMENT PANEL OVERVIEW - VEHICLES WITH: LHD Air vents. See Air Vents (page 69). Direction indicators. See Direction Indicators (page 50). Instrument cluster. See Gauges (page 55). See Warning Lamps and Indicators (page 56). Wiper lever. See Wipers and Washers (page 45). Information and entertainment display.
  • Page 15: Instrument Panel Overview - Vehicles With: Rhd

    At a Glance Cruise control switches. See Using Cruise Control (page 107). Ignition switch. See Ignition Switch (page 83). Horn. Steering wheel adjustment. See Adjusting the Steering Wheel (page 43). Audio control. See Audio Control (page 43). Hood release lever. See Opening and Closing the Hood (page 127). Lighting control.
  • Page 16 At a Glance Information and entertainment display. See Information Displays (page 61). Audio unit. See Audio System (page 161). Door lock button. See Locking and Unlocking (page 35). Hazard warning flasher switch. See Hazard Warning Flashers (page 115). Climate controls. See Climate Control (page 69). Passenger airbag deactivation warning lamp.
  • Page 17: Rear Exterior Overview

    At a Glance REAR EXTERIOR OVERVIEW See Changing a Bulb (page 136). See Changing the Wiper Blades (page 140). See Tailgate (page 38). See Changing a Bulb (page 136). See Warning Triangle (page 115). Spare wheel. See Rear Exterior Overview (page 15).
  • Page 18 At a Glance See Rear Exterior Overview (page 15). See Refueling (page 91). Ecosport (CBW)
  • Page 19: Child Safety

    Child Safety INSTALLING CHILD SEATS WARNINGS Your vehicle has a passenger airbag deactivation switch. See Passenger Airbag (page 29). You must switch the airbag off when using a rearward facing child seat on the front seat. Make sure you switch the airbag back on following removal of the rearward facing child seat.
  • Page 20: Child Safety

    Child Safety Note: Mandatory use of child seats varies Secure children that weigh between 29 from country to country. pounds (13 kilograms) and 40 pounds (18 kilograms) in a child safety seat (Group 1) Child Seats for Different Mass on the rear seat. Groups Booster Seats Use the correct child seat as follows:...
  • Page 21 Child Safety ISOFIX Anchor Points Secure children that weigh more than 33 pounds (15 kilograms) but are less than 59 inches (150 centimeters) tall in a booster seat or a booster cushion. Booster Seat (Group 2) WARNING Use an anti-rotation device when using the ISOFIX system.
  • Page 22: Child Seat Positioning

    Child Safety Attaching a Child Seat With Top Tethers WARNING Do not attach the top tether strap to anything other than the correct top tether strap anchor point. Failure to follow this warning could result in serious personal injury or death. Follow the child seat manufacturer’s instructions for installing a child seat with a top tether.
  • Page 23 Child Safety Note: When using a child seat on a front WARNINGS seat, always adjust the front passenger seat Make sure the child seat rests tightly as far back as possible. If it proves difficult against the vehicle seat. If necessary, to tighten the lap section of the safety belt adjust the seatback to an upright without slack remaining, adjust the seatback...
  • Page 24 You can see the identification letters on ISOFIX child restraints. At the time of going to print, the recommended Group O+ ISOFIX baby safety seat is the Britax Roemer Baby Safe. See an authorized dealer for the latest details relating to Ford recommended child seats.
  • Page 25 Child Safety i-Size Child Seats Front passenger seat Rear outboard seats Rear center seat i-Size Child Restraint Systems i-U Suitable for use with forward and rearward facing i-Size child restraint systems. X Not suitable for use with i-Size child restraint systems. Ecosport (CBW)
  • Page 26: Child Safety Locks

    Child Safety CHILD SAFETY LOCKS WARNING You cannot open the doors from inside if you have put the child safety locks on. Note: On vehicles with keyless entry, use the spare key. See Keyless Entry (page 36). Left-hand side Turn anti-clockwise to lock and clockwise to unlock.
  • Page 27: Safety Belts

    Safety Belts Press the red button on the buckle, then FASTENING THE SAFETY let the belt roll up smoothly and BELTS completely. WARNINGS Insert the tongue into the buckle until you hear a distinct click. You have not fastened the safety belt properly if you do not hear a click.
  • Page 28: Safety Belt Height Adjustment

    Safety Belts Pull the belt out steadily. It may lock if you Adjust the height of the shoulder belt so pull it sharply or if the vehicle is on a slope. the belt rests across the middle of your shoulder. Note: Some models have a rear center lap belt.
  • Page 29: Safety Belts

    Safety Belts Turning the Safety Belt Minder Off See an authorized dealer. Ecosport (CBW)
  • Page 30: Supplementary Restraints System

    Supplementary Restraints System Note: You will hear a loud bang and see a PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION cloud of harmless powdery residue if an airbag deploys. This is normal. WARNINGS Note: Only wipe airbag covers with a damp Extreme Hazard! Never use a cloth.
  • Page 31: Passenger Airbag

    Supplementary Restraints System PASSENGER AIRBAG The airbag will deploy during a significant frontal crash or crashes that are up to 30 degrees from the left or the right. The airbag will inflate within a few thousandths The key switch and the airbag deactivation of a second and deflate on contact with warning lamp are located in the instrument the occupant cushioning forward body...
  • Page 32: Side Airbags

    Supplementary Restraints System Switching the Passenger Airbag DRIVER KNEE AIRBAG WARNING WARNING Do not attempt to open the airbag You must switch the passenger cover. airbag on when you are not using a rearward child seat on the front passenger seat. Failure to adhere to this The airbag will deploy during frontal warning could result in serious personal collisions or collisions that are up to 30...
  • Page 33 Supplementary Restraints System The airbag will deploy during significant lateral collisions. It will also deploy during significant frontal angled collisions. The curtain airbag will not deploy in minor lateral and frontal collisions, rear collisions, or overturns. Ecosport (CBW)
  • Page 34: Keys And Remote Controls

    Keys and Remote Controls Reprogramming the Unlocking GENERAL INFORMATION ON Function RADIO FREQUENCIES Note: When you press the unlock button Note: Changes or modifications not either all the doors are unlocked or only the expressly approved by the party responsible driver s door is unlocked.
  • Page 35: Keys And Remote Controls

    Keys and Remote Controls 4. Carefully remove the battery with the screwdriver. 5. Install a new battery (3V CR 2032) with the + facing downward. 6. Assemble the two halves of the remote control. Install the key blade. Remote Control Without a Folding Key Blade 2.
  • Page 36: Replacing A Lost Key Or Remote Control

    Keys and Remote Controls REPLACING A LOST KEY OR REMOTE CONTROL Replacement keys or remote controls can be purchased from an authorized dealer. Authorized dealers can program remote controls for your vehicle. See Passive Anti-Theft System (page 40). To re-program the passive anti-theft system see an authorized dealer.
  • Page 37: Locks

    Locks Deactivating and Activating Autolock LOCKING AND UNLOCKING Note: Your authorized dealer can perform Note: All doors will be automatically this procedure, or you can do the procedure unlocked when the airbag deploys due to yourself impact and following this the hazard To enable or disable these features, do the warning flashers will flash.
  • Page 38: Keyless Entry

    Locks Reprogramming the Unlocking Unlocking with the key Function Note: If the child safety locks are on and You can reprogram the unlocking function you pull the interior handle, you will only so that all doors will unlock when you press switch off the emergency locking, not the the button once.
  • Page 39: Locking Your Vehicle

    Locks Locking Your Vehicle The system will not function if: • Your vehicle battery has no charge. • The passive key frequencies are jammed. • The passive key battery is flat. Note: If the system does not function, you will need to use the key blade to lock and unlock your vehicle.
  • Page 40: Tailgate

    Locks You must enable all passive keys again in order to use them. To enable all your passive keys, unlock your vehicle using a passive key or the remote control unlocking function. All passive keys will then be enabled if you switch the ignition on or your vehicle is started using a valid key.
  • Page 41 Locks Note: You must unlock your vehicle in order to open the tailgate. Unlock your vehicle. 2. Press the button located on the right-hand tail lamp and open the tailgate. Ecosport (CBW)
  • Page 42: Security

    Security • Perimeter alarm. PASSIVE ANTI-THEFT • Perimeter alarm with interior sensors. SYSTEM • Category one alarm with interior Principle of Operation sensors and battery back-up sounder. The system prevents someone from Perimeter Alarm starting the engine with an incorrectly The perimeter alarm is a deterrent against coded key.
  • Page 43 Security Triggering the Alarm Ask on Exit (If Equipped) You can set the information display to ask Once armed, the alarm is triggered in any you each time which level of guard you of the following ways: wish to set. •...
  • Page 44 Security Category One Alarm Disarm and silence the alarm by unlocking the doors with the key and switching the ignition on with a correctly coded key within 12 seconds or unlocking the doors with the remote control. Vehicles with Keyless Entry Note: A valid passive key must be located within the detection range of that door for keyless entry.
  • Page 45: Steering Wheel

    Steering Wheel ADJUSTING THE STEERING WHEEL WARNING Do not adjust the steering wheel when your vehicle is moving. Note: Make sure that you are sitting in the correct position. See Sitting in the Correct Position (page 75). 3. Lock the steering column. AUDIO CONTROL Select the required source on the audio unit.
  • Page 46: Voice Control

    Steering Wheel VOICE CONTROL Volume down (IF EQUIPPED) Seek down, previous or accept call Type 2 Push the control to switch on or off the voice control. CRUISE CONTROL (IF EQUIPPED) Volume up Seek up or next Volume down Seek down or previous Mode Press M to select the audio source.
  • Page 47: Wipers And Washers

    Wipers and Washers Intermittent Wipe WINDSHIELD WIPERS Note: Fully defrost the windshield before switching on the windshield wipers. Note: Make sure you switch off the windshield wipers before entering a car wash. Note: Install new wiper blades as soon as they begin to leave bands of water and smears on the windshield.
  • Page 48: Windshield Washers

    Wipers and Washers In these conditions, you can do the You can switch this feature on and off following: through the information display. See General Information (page 61). • Lower the sensitivity of the autowipers to reduce the amount of smearing. WINDSHIELD WASHERS •...
  • Page 49: Wipers And Washers

    Wipers and Washers Reverse Gear Wipe (If Equipped) The rear wiper will turn on automatically when selecting reverse gear if: • the rear wiper is not already switched • the wiper lever is in position A, B, C or • the front wiper is operating (when set to position B).
  • Page 50: Lighting

    Lighting GENERAL INFORMATION LIGHTING CONTROL Condensation in Lamp Assemblies Lighting control positions Exterior lamps have vents to accommodate normal changes in air pressure. Condensation can be a natural by-product of this design. When moist air enters the lamp assembly through the vents, there is a possibility that condensation can occur when the temperature is cold.
  • Page 51: Autolamps

    Lighting High and low beam AUTOLAMPS (IF EQUIPPED) Note: If you have switched the autolamps Pull the lever fully towards the steering on, you can only switch the high beam on wheel to switch between high and low when the autolamps has switched the beam.
  • Page 52: Direction Indicators

    Lighting If you set the switch to position B, the DIRECTION INDICATORS 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 lamp will go off automatically after some time to prevent the vehicle battery from discharging.
  • Page 53: Rear Fog Lamps

    Lighting HEADLAMP LEVELING WARNING Only use the front fog lamps when visibility is considerably restricted by fog, snow or rain. REAR FOG LAMPS (IF EQUIPPED) Raised headlamp beams Lowered headlamp beams WARNINGS You can adjust the level of the headlamp Only use the rear fog lamps when beams according to the vehicle load.
  • Page 54: Windows And Mirrors

    Windows and Mirrors Window Lock POWER WINDOWS WARNINGS Do not leave children unattended in your vehicle and do not let them play with the power windows. They may seriously injure themselves. When closing the power windows, you should verify they are free of obstructions and make sure that children and pets are not in the proximity of the window openings.
  • Page 55: Exterior Mirrors

    Windows and Mirrors 2. Close the window a third time to the point of resistance. The bounce-back feature is now disabled and you can close the window manually. The window will go past the point of resistance and you can close it fully. See an authorized dealer as soon as possible if the window does not close after the third attempt.
  • Page 56: Interior Mirror

    Windows and Mirrors Blind spot mirrors have the outboard The image of the approaching vehicle is section of the mirror that curves aspheric. small and near the inboard edge of the They are designed to increase your visibility main mirror when it is at a distance. The along the side of your vehicle.
  • Page 57: Instrument Cluster

    Instrument Cluster GAUGES Tachometer Information display and engine coolant temperature gauge Speedometer Fuel gauge Fuel Gauge Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge Switch the ignition on. The fuel gauge will indicate approximately how much fuel is left in the fuel tank. The fuel gauge may vary slightly when your vehicle is moving or on a gradient.
  • Page 58: Warning Lamps And Indicators

    Instrument Cluster Battery Warning Lamp WARNING LAMPS AND INDICATORS If it illuminates when driving, this indicates a malfunction. Switch The following warning lamps and off all unnecessary electrical indicators will alert you to a vehicle equipment. Have the system checked by condition that may become serious.
  • Page 59: Instrument Cluster

    Instrument Cluster If the red lamp stays on or If it illuminates with the engine illuminates after starting the running or when you are driving, engine or while driving, this this indicates a malfunction. indicates an engine coolant malfunction. Stop your vehicle as soon as it is safe to Stop your vehicle as soon as it is safe to do so and switch the engine off.
  • Page 60 Instrument Cluster Front Airbag Warning Lamp Hill Start Assist Indicator (If Equipped) Equipped) If it illuminates when you are driving this indicates a If it illuminates when driving, this malfunction. indicates a malfunction. Have the system checked by an authorized dealer.. Low Fuel Level Indicator If it illuminates when driving, Front Fog Lamps Indicator...
  • Page 61: Audible Warnings And Indicators

    Instrument Cluster Safety Belt Minder Warning Lamp AUDIBLE WARNINGS AND (If Equipped) INDICATORS See Safety Belt Minder (page Anti-theft Alarm (If Equipped) 26). Category One Alarm Shift Indicator Sounds when you unlock and open the driver door using the key in the door lock. It will illuminate to inform you The chime will stop when the ignition is that shifting to a higher gear may...
  • Page 62 Instrument Cluster Message Center Display Vehicle Not in Park (If Equipped) Sounds if the vehicle is out of P park and Sounds every time that the message driver's door is ajar or opened. The chime center displays a warning message. will stop once the vehicle is put in P park Parking Brake or if the driver's door is closed properly.
  • Page 63: Information Displays

    Information Displays Press the MENU button on the radio to GENERAL INFORMATION access some configurable features. Use the control arrow to the following features: WARNING • SYNC-config. Access general SYNC Driving while distracted can result in configurations. See SYNC (page loss of vehicle control, crash and 177).
  • Page 64: Trip Computer

    Information Displays 5. Use the left or right arrows to alternate TRIP COMPUTER between hour or minute adjustment. 6. Press OK when done. Press the # symbol on the radio to access the clock adjustment. 2. Use the up or down arrows to increase or decrease the hour and minutes.
  • Page 65: Information Messages

    Information Displays Average Fuel Consumption INFORMATION MESSAGES Indicates the average fuel Note: Depending on the vehicle options consumption since the function equipped with your vehicle, not all of the was last reset. messages will display or be available. Certain messages may be abbreviated or shortened depending upon which cluster type you have.
  • Page 66: Information Displays

    Information Displays Airbag Message Message Action indicator Have the system checked by a Airbag malfunction service now amber authorized dealer as soon as possible. Alarm Message Message Action indicator Alarm triggered check vehicle amber See Security (page 40). Alarm system malfunction service Have the system checked by a required authorized dealer.
  • Page 67 Information Displays Message Message Action indicator Vehicle is moving. Stop your vehicle Passenger side rear door open as soon as safely possible and close. Vehicle is moving. Stop your vehicle Boot open as soon as safely possible and close. Vehicle is moving. Stop your vehicle as soon as safely possible and Bonnet open close.
  • Page 68 Information Displays Keyless System Message Message Action indicator Key battery low replace battery amber See Remote Control (page 32). Turn ignition off use POWER button amber See Keyless Starting (page 83). Press brake to start See Keyless Starting (page 83). Press clutch to start See Keyless Starting (page 83).
  • Page 69 Information Displays Steering Message Message Action indicator Steering lock malfunction stop Have the system checked by a safely authorized dealer immediately. Full steering will be maintained but you will need to exert greater force Power steering malfunction service amber on the steering wheel. Have the system checked by a authorized dealer as soon as possible.
  • Page 70 Information Displays Message Message Action indicator See Automatic Transmission Door open apply brake (page 96). See Starting and Stopping the Engine (page 83). See Starting a Gasoline Engine Cranking time exceeded (page 85). Hill start assist active See Hill Start Assist (page 99). Hill start assist off See Hill Start Assist (page 99).
  • Page 71: Climate Control

    Climate Control Warming the Interior PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION Direct the air toward your feet. In cold or Outside Air humid weather conditions, direct some of the air toward the windshield and the door Keep the air intakes in front of the windows.
  • Page 72: Automatic Climate Control

    Climate Control Side Air Vents AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL (IF EQUIPPED) Ecosport (CBW)
  • Page 73: Hints On Controlling The Interior Climate

    Climate Control Controls the volume of air circulated in your vehicle. Rotate the control to select the desired fan speed. The setting appears in the display. Adjust to select the desired air distribution. OFF turns off the system. Press the recirculated air button to switch between outside air and recirculated air.
  • Page 74: Climate Control

    Climate Control Heating the Interior Quickly Vehicle with manual climate control Vehicle with automatic climate control Adjust the fan speed to the highest Adjust the fan speed to the highest speed setting. speed setting. Adjust the temperature control to the Adjust the temperature control to the highest setting.
  • Page 75 Climate Control Recommended Settings for Cooling Vehicle with manual climate control Vehicle with automatic climate control Adjust the fan speed to the second Press the AUTO button. speed setting. Adjust the temperature control to the Adjust the temperature control to the midway point of the cold settings.
  • Page 76: Heated Windows

    Climate Control HEATED WINDOWS Use the heated windows to demist the rear window. Note: The heated windows operate only when the engine is running. Heated Rear Window (If Equipped) Ecosport (CBW)
  • Page 77: Seats

    Seats • Adjust the head restraint so that the SITTING IN THE CORRECT top of it is level with the top of your POSITION head and as far forward as possible. Make sure that you remain WARNINGS comfortable. Do not recline the seatback too far •...
  • Page 78: Manual Seats

    Seats Removing the head restraints MANUAL SEATS Front head restraints WARNINGS Do not place any objects behind the seat back before returning it to the original position. Pull on the seat back to make sure that it has fully latched after returning the seat back to its original position.
  • Page 79: Rear Seats

    Seats Adjusting the Lumbar Support Recline Adjustment Equipped) REAR SEATS Adjusting the Height of the Reclining the Seat Back Driver’s Seat (If Equipped) (If Equipped) Your vehicle may have split seat backs that can be folded individually. With the seat occupied, pull the strap up to recline the seat back.
  • Page 80 Seats Attach the tether strap to the front head WARNINGS restraints to hold the folded seats in the Do not attempt to fold the rear seat upright position. This will help to prevent cushion forwards. unintentional rear seat returns. Lower the head restraints. See Head Restraints (page 75).
  • Page 81: Front Seat Armrest

    Seats Note: Ensure that the seat and seat back are latched securely in position. Keep floor area free of objects that would prevent proper seat engagement. WARNINGS When folding the seat backs up, make sure that the belts are visible to an occupant and not caught behind the seat.
  • Page 82: Auxiliary Power Points

    20 amps. • It is strongly recommended that you Note: Use only Ford accessory connectors always disconnect the accessories or connectors specified for use with SAE from the power point (12 volt) when standard sockets.
  • Page 83 Auxiliary Power Points Press the element in to use the cigar lighter. It will pop out automatically. Ecosport (CBW)
  • Page 84: Storage Compartments

    Storage Compartments CENTER CONSOLE WARNING Use only soft cups in the cup holders. Hard objects can injure you in a collision. Your vehicle may be equipped with a variety of console features. These include: • front cup holders • rear cup holders •...
  • Page 85: Starting And Stopping The Engine

    Starting and Stopping the Engine GENERAL INFORMATION IGNITION SWITCH WARNINGS Extended idling at high engine speeds can produce very high temperatures in the engine and exhaust system, creating the risk of fire or other damage. Do not park, idle or drive your vehicle on dry grass or other dry ground cover.
  • Page 86 Starting and Stopping the Engine Switching the Ignition On Diesel Engine (Accessory Mode) Note: Engine cranking will not commence until the engine glow plug cycle has been completed. This may take several seconds in extremely cold conditions. Failure to Start The system does not function if: •...
  • Page 87: Steering Wheel Lock

    Starting and Stopping the Engine Stopping the Engine When Your Vehicles without Keyless Starting Vehicle is Stationary To lock the steering wheel: Note: The ignition, all electrical circuits Remove the key from the ignition warning lamps and indicators will be switch.
  • Page 88: Starting A Diesel Engine

    Starting and Stopping the Engine Cold or Hot Engine 3. Start the engine. Vehicles with Manual Transmission All Vehicles If the engine does not start, repeat the cold Note: Do not touch the accelerator pedal. or hot engine procedure. Note: Releasing the clutch pedal while the engine is starting will stop the engine Engine Idle Speed after Starting cranking and return to ignition on.
  • Page 89: Diesel Particulate Filter

    Starting and Stopping the Engine Regeneration Switch the ignition on and wait until the glow plug indicator goes WARNINGS off. Do not park or idle your vehicle over dry leaves, dry grass or other Vehicles With Manual Transmission combustible materials. The Note: Do not touch the accelerator pedal.
  • Page 90: Switching Off The Engine

    Starting and Stopping the Engine You must carry out occasional trips with the following conditions to assist the regeneration process: • Drive your vehicle in more favorable conditions, which you will find at higher vehicle speeds in normal driving, on a main road or freeway for a minimum of 20 minutes.
  • Page 91: Fuel And Refueling

    Fuel and Refueling • Avoid inhaling fuel vapors. Inhaling too SAFETY PRECAUTIONS much fuel vapor of any kind can lead to eye and respiratory tract irritation. WARNINGS In severe cases, excessive or prolonged Do not overfill the fuel tank. The breathing of fuel vapor can cause pressure in an overfilled tank may serious illness and permanent injury.
  • Page 92: Fuel Quality - Diesel

    Fuel and Refueling Your vehicle is suitable for use with ethanol CATALYTIC CONVERTER blends up to 10% (E5 and E10). WARNING Long-Term Storage Do not park or idle your vehicle over Most gasoline contains ethanol. We dry leaves, dry grass or other recommend that you fill the fuel tank with combustible materials.
  • Page 93: Refueling

    There is a risk of the fuel tank or fuel system if the correct injury if the fuel system is leaking. genuine Ford fuel filler cap is not used. Ecosport (CBW)
  • Page 94: Fuel Consumption

    Fuel and Refueling Results are most accurate when the filling FUEL CONSUMPTION method is consistent. Note: The amount of usable fuel in the Calculating Fuel Economy empty reserve varies and should not be relied upon to increase driving range. When Do not measure fuel economy during the refueling your vehicle after the fuel gauge first 1600 kilometers of driving (this is your...
  • Page 95: Fuel Consumption Figures - 1.5L Duratec-16V Ti-Vct (81Kw/110Ps) - Sigma, Vehicles With: 5-Speed Manual Transmission

    Fuel and Refueling FUEL CONSUMPTION FIGURES - 1.5L DURATEC-16V TI-VCT (81KW/110PS) - SIGMA, VEHICLES WITH: 5-SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION Urban Extra-Urban Combined CO2 Emissions l/100 km (mpg) l/100 km (mpg) l/100 km (mpg) g/km 8.1 (34.9) 5.2 (54.3) 6.3 (44.8) Ecosport (CBW)
  • Page 96: Fuel Consumption Figures - 1.5L Duratec-16V Ti-Vct (81Kw/110Ps) - Sigma, Vehicles With: 6-Speed Automatic Transmission

    Fuel and Refueling FUEL CONSUMPTION FIGURES - 1.5L DURATEC-16V TI-VCT (81KW/110PS) - SIGMA, VEHICLES WITH: 6-SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Urban Extra-Urban Combined CO2 Emissions l/100 km (mpg) l/100 km (mpg) l/100 km (mpg) g/km 7.9 (35.8) 5.3 (53.3) 6.3 (44.8) Ecosport (CBW)
  • Page 97: Fuel Consumption Figures - 1.5L Duratorq-Tdci

    Fuel and Refueling FUEL CONSUMPTION FIGURES - 1.5L DURATORQ-TDCI Urban Extra-Urban Combined CO2 Emissions l/100 km (mpg) l/100 km (mpg) l/100 km (mpg) g/km 4.9 (57.6) 4.4 (64.2) 4.6 (61.4) Ecosport (CBW)
  • Page 98: Transmission

    Transmission Selector Lever Positions MANUAL TRANSMISSION Selecting Reverse Gear Do not engage reverse gear when your vehicle is moving. This can cause damage to the transmission. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION WARNINGS Always set the parking brake fully and make sure you move the transmission selector lever to position P.
  • Page 99 Transmission Select drive to shift automatically through WARNINGS the forward gears. Apply the parking brake and move the transmission selector lever to The transmission will select the park before leaving your vehicle. appropriate gear for optimum performance Make sure that the transmission selector based on ambient temperature, road lever is latched in position.
  • Page 100 Transmission Hints on Driving With an Emergency Park Position Release Automatic Transmission Lever WARNING WARNINGS Do not drive your vehicle until you Do not idle the engine for long verify that the brake lamps are periods of time in drive with the working.
  • Page 101: Hill Start Assist

    Transmission This feature makes it easier to pull away when the vehicle is on a slope without the need to use the parking brake. When this feature is active, the vehicle will remain stationary on the slope for two to three seconds after you release the brake pedal.
  • Page 102: Deactivating Hill Start Assist

    Transmission Deactivating Hill Start Assist Perform one of the following: • To deactivate hill start assist, Drive off uphill without reapplying the brake. • Wait for two to three seconds until the hill start assist system deactivates automatically. • If a forward gear was selected when the system is active on, select reverse gear.
  • Page 103: Brakes

    Brakes The anti-lock braking system will not GENERAL INFORMATION eliminate the risks when: Disc Brakes • you drive too closely to the vehicle in front of you Wet brake discs result in reduced braking • your vehicle is hydroplaning efficiency. Dab the brake pedal when •...
  • Page 104 Brakes 2. Pull the parking brake lever up to its fullest extent. To release the parking brake: Press the brake pedal firmly. 2. Pull the lever up slightly. 3. Press the release button and push the lever down. Ecosport (CBW)
  • Page 105: Traction Control

    Traction Control (If Equipped) System Indicator Lights and PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION Messages The traction control system helps avoid WARNING drive wheel spin and loss of traction. If a failure has been detected within If your vehicle begins to slide, the system the AdvanceTrac system, the applies the brakes to individual wheels stability control light will illuminate...
  • Page 106: Stability Control

    Stability Control (If Equipped) Stability Control Warning Lamp PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION While driving, it flashes when the system Electronic Stability Program is operating. See Warning Lamps and Indicators (page 56). WARNING The system does not relieve you of USING STABILITY CONTROL your responsibility to drive with due care and attention.
  • Page 107: Parking Aids

    Parking Aids (If Equipped) PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION PARKING AID WARNINGS WARNINGS The parking aid does not relieve you To help avoid personal injury, read of your responsibility to drive with and understand the limitations of the due care and attention. system as contained in this section.
  • Page 108: Parking Aids

    Parking Aids (If Equipped) When receiving a detection warning, the The system detects certain objects when radio volume is reduced to a you move the transmission selector lever predetermined level. After the warning to position R (reverse): goes away, the radio volume returns to the •...
  • Page 109: Cruise Control

    Cruise Control (If Equipped) The indicator will display in the PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION instrument cluster. Cruise control lets you maintain a set speed without keeping your foot on the Setting a Speed accelerator pedal. Accelerate to the desired speed. USING CRUISE CONTROL 2.
  • Page 110: Driving Aids

    Driving Aids system. If this should occur, you will neither STEERING lose the ability to steer the vehicle manually nor will it cause permanent Electric Power Steering damage. Typical steering and driving maneuvers will allow the system to cool WARNINGS and steering assist will return to normal.
  • Page 111: Load Carrying

    Load Carrying GENERAL INFORMATION LUGGAGE COVERS WARNINGS WARNING Use load securing straps to an Do not place objects on the luggage approved standard, e.g. DIN. cover. 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.
  • Page 112: Load Carrying

    Your removed from the roof rack, and vehicle may be equipped with periodically while traveling. Make sure that factory-installed crossbars. Ford Genuine the load is secure before traveling. Accessory crossbars, designed specifically for your vehicle, are also recommended for use with your roof rack system.
  • Page 113: Towing

    Towing Steep Gradients TOWING A TRAILER WARNING WARNINGS The anti-lock braking system does Do not exceed 62 mph (100 km/h). not control the overrun brake on the trailer. The rear tire pressures must be increased by 3 psi (0.2 bar) above Change down a gear before you reach a specification.
  • Page 114: Towing The Vehicle On Four Wheels

    Towing Rear Towing Hook Drive off slowly and smoothly without jerking the towed vehicle. Vehicles with Automatic Transmission WARNINGS If a speed of 12 mph (20 km/h) and a distance of 12 miles (20 kilometers) is to be exceeded the drive wheels must be lifted clear of the ground.
  • Page 115: Driving Hints

    Driving Hints Anticipation BREAKING-IN Adjust your vehicle speed and the distance Tires to other vehicles without the need for heavy braking or acceleration. WARNING Efficient Speed New tires need to be run-in for approximately 300 miles (500 Higher speeds use more fuel. Reduce your kilometers).
  • Page 116: Floor Mats

    Driving Hints In an emergency, you can drive your vehicle WARNINGS through water to a maximum depth of 8 Incorrectly fitted floor mats can inches (200 millimeters) and at a cause the accelerator pedal to maximum speed of 6 mph (10 km/h). You become stuck in the open position.
  • Page 117: Roadside Emergencies

    Connect batteries with only the same increase the risk of fire and serious nominal voltage. injury. Ford Motor Company recommends that the fuel system be inspected by an Always use booster cables with authorized dealer after any collision.
  • Page 118 Roadside Emergencies To Connect the Booster Cables 4. Connect the negative (-) terminal of vehicle B to the ground connection of vehicle A (cable D). WARNINGS Do not connect directly to the negative (–) terminal of the battery with low charge. Make sure that the cables are clear Vehicle with low charge battery of any moving parts and fuel delivery...
  • Page 119: Fuses

    Note: Any improper modification to the electrical system can compromise the safety of the vehicle, implying risk of fire or engine damage. For any clarifications or questions, contact a Ford Distributor. This fuse box is located in the engine Battery Fuse Box compartment.
  • Page 120: Fuse Specification Chart

    Fuses FUSE SPECIFICATION CHART Engine Compartment Fuse Box Fuse Fuse rating Circuits protected Engine compartment fuse box supply: 15, 60 A 16, 17, 18, 24, 25, 26 and 27 40 A Anti-lock braking system Engine compartment fuse box supply: 19, 60 A 20, 21, 22 and 23 Powertrain control module relay...
  • Page 121 Fuses Fuse Fuse rating Circuits protected Ignition relay 60 A Passenger compartment fuse box supply: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 34 and 35 30 A Starter motor High-speed cooling fan 60 A Fuse box in the engine compartment: 13 30 A Automatic transmission control module Glow plug...
  • Page 122 Fuses Fuse Fuse rating Circuits protected Headlamp high beam Interior lights Direction indicators Heated windshield 10 A Battery backup sounder and alarm 15 A Horn relay Heated rear window and heated exterior 20 A mirrors 7.5 A Air conditioning relay 10 A Air conditioning relay (1.0L EcoBoost) Anti-lock braking system with electronic...
  • Page 123 Fuses Relay Circuits switched Reversing lamp (automatic transmission only) Headlamp high beam Air conditioning Horn Low-speed cooling fan Starter motor Fuel pump (1.0L EcoBoost and 1.5L Duratec-16V Ti-VCT) Fuel heater (1.5L Duratorq-TDCi) Heater fan and blower Powertrain control module Engine block heater Engine block heater Ecosport (CBW)
  • Page 124: Passenger Compartment Fuse Box

    Fuses Passenger Compartment Fuse Box Fuse Fuse rating Circuits protected Air conditioning clutch 7.5 A Rain sensor Interior mirror 10 A Brake lamps 7.5 A Reversing lamp 7.5 A Headlamp leveling 20 A Windshield wipers 15 A Rear window wiper 15 A Washer pump 15 A...
  • Page 125 Fuses Fuse Fuse rating Circuits protected Ignition switch or keyless ignition relay 15 A Keyless accessory relay Instrument cluster 15 A Data link connector Heating control head (manual A/C) Electronic automatic temperature control Alarm sensor 7.5 A Receiver remote (vehicles with keyless system) Integrated control panel Information and entertainment display Audio...
  • Page 126 Fuses Fuse Fuse rating Circuits protected Anti-lock brake system Ignition (for vehicles without keyless system) Cluster (ignition) Electrical power assist steering (ignition) Washer pump Accelerator pedal, fuel pump 7.5 A Powertrain control module (ignition) Automatic transmission module Not used Not used 20 A Cigar lighter and front power point 20 A...
  • Page 127: Battery Fuse Box

    Fuses Battery Fuse Box Fuse Fuse rating Circuits protected 450 A Starter 60 A Electric power assist steering 200 A Engine junction box 70 A Engine block heater 50 A Engine block heater Battery monitor system Ecosport (CBW)
  • Page 128: Changing A Fuse

    Fuses 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 an authorized dealer. Switch the ignition and all electrical equipment off before attempting to change a fuse.
  • Page 129: Maintenance

    Have your vehicle serviced regularly to help • Tire pressures (when cold). See maintain its roadworthiness and resale Technical Specifications (page 157). value. There is a large network of Ford • Tire condition. See Wheels and Tires authorized repairers that are there to help (page 149).
  • Page 130 Maintenance Open the hood and support it with the hood prop rod. Attach the prop rod to the hood, the correct location is indicated by an arrow. Closing the Hood Note: You must secure the hood prop correctly after use. Note: Make sure that the hood is closed Move the catch to the right.
  • Page 131: Under Hood Overview - 1.0L Ecoboost

    Maintenance UNDER HOOD OVERVIEW - 1.0L ECOBOOST Engine coolant reservoir : See Engine Coolant Check (page 134). Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (right-hand drive) : See Brake and Clutch Fluid Check (page 134). Engine oil filler cap : See Engine Oil Check (page 132). Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (left-hand drive) : See Brake and Clutch Fluid Check (page 134).
  • Page 132: Under Hood Overview - 1.5L Duratec-16V Ti-Vct (81Kw/110Ps) - Sigma

    Maintenance UNDER HOOD OVERVIEW - 1.5L DURATEC-16V TI-VCT (81KW/110PS) - SIGMA Engine coolant reservoir : See Engine Coolant Check (page 134). Engine oil filler cap : See Engine Oil Check (page 132). Battery: See Changing the 12V Battery (page 135). Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (left-hand drive) : See Brake and Clutch Fluid Check (page 134).
  • Page 133: Under Hood Overview - 1.5L Duratorq-Tdci (67Kw/91Ps)

    Maintenance UNDER HOOD OVERVIEW - 1.5L DURATORQ-TDCI (67KW/91PS) Engine coolant reservoir : See Engine Coolant Check (page 134). Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (right-hand drive) : See Brake and Clutch Fluid Check (page 134). Engine oil filler cap : See Engine Oil Check (page 132). Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (left-hand drive) : See Brake and Clutch Fluid Check (page 134).
  • Page 134: Engine Oil Dipstick - 1.0L Ecoboost

    Maintenance ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK - 1.0L ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK - 1.5L ECOBOOST DURATORQ-TDCI (67KW/91PS) Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK - 1.5L DURATEC-16V TI-VCT ENGINE OIL CHECK (81KW/110PS) - SIGMA WARNINGS Do not use oil additives or other engine treatments. Under certain conditions, they could damage the engine and it is not covered under warranty.
  • Page 135: Topping Up

    The oil filter's function is to filter out absorbent cloth immediately. harmful particles without obstructing the flow of oil to vital parts. Use of oil filters Top up with fluid that meets the Ford not meeting Ford specifications could specification. See Technical damage the engine.
  • Page 136: Engine Coolant Check

    Have the system Clean the filler cap before removing. checked by a Ford Dealer as soon as Use only fluid that meets Ford possible. specifications and from a sealed container.
  • Page 137: Washer Fluid Check

    127). service from you authorized dealer immediately. To remove and install the battery: Top up with fluid that meets the Ford Note: Do not loosen the powertrain control specification. See Technical module from the bracket. Specifications (page 160).
  • Page 138: Changing A Bulb

    Maintenance Note: The following instructions describe how to remove the bulbs. Fit replacements in the reverse order unless otherwise stated. Headlamp Note: Disconnect the bulb electrical connectors and remove the covers to gain access to the bulbs. 2. Remove the negative battery cable. 3.
  • Page 139 Maintenance Vanity Lamp Headlamp Main Beam Note: Do not touch the glass of the bulb. Position the visor in the down position. Open the hood. 2. When removing the vanity lamp, be careful not to damage the roof trim. 2. Remove the cover. Using appropriate plastic spatula, 3.
  • Page 140 Maintenance Rear Lamps Direction Indicator, Tail and Brake Lamp Note: . Disconnect the electrical connector. 2. Turn the bulb holder anti-clockwise. 3. Remove the fog lamp bulb and holder assembly. 4. Connect the electrical connector. Remove the trim panel. 5. Install a new fog lamp assembly. 2.
  • Page 141 Central High Mounted Brake Lamp Note: On some vehicles the lamps are LED. They are not serviceable items, please consult a Ford Dealer if they fail. Ecosport (CBW)
  • Page 142: Checking The Wiper Blades

    Maintenance Reading Lamps Carefully remove the lamp. 2. Remove the bulb. CHECKING THE WIPER BLADES Carefully remove the lamp. 2. Turn the bulb holder counterclockwise and remove it. Run the tip of your fingers over the edge of the blade to check for roughness. 3.
  • Page 143 Maintenance Lift the wiper arm up to its service Changing the Rear Window Wiper position (close to a 90 degree angle). Blade 2. Firmly hold the wiper arm tip with one hand and disassemble the old wiper blade with your other hand. 3.
  • Page 144: Removing A Headlamp

    Maintenance 3. Lift the outer side of the headlamp to REMOVING A HEADLAMP disengage it from the lower fixing point. Open the hood. See Opening and 4. Pull the headlamp as far as possible Closing the Hood (page 127). toward the center of your vehicle and remove.
  • Page 145: Changing The Engine Air Filter

    Maintenance Lamp Specification Power (watt) Number plate lamp Luggage compartment lamp Vanity lamp Note: On some vehicles the lamps are LED. Changing the Air Filter Element These are not serviceable items, please consult your dealer if they fail. Remove the four screws that secure the air filter housing cover.
  • Page 146: Technical Specifications - 1.5L Duratec-16V Ti-Vct (81Kw/110Ps) - Sigma

    Component damage which may not be covered by the vehicle Warranty. We recommend that you use Castrol or • Longer engine cranking periods. Ford engine oil. • Increased emission levels. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS - 1.5L DURATEC-16V TI-VCT (81KW/110PS) - SIGMA Capacities...
  • Page 147: Technical Specifications - 1.5L Duratorq-Tdci (67Kw/91Ps)

    • Component damage which may not be covered by the vehicle Warranty. We recommend that you use Castrol or • Longer engine cranking periods. Ford engine oil. • Increased emission levels. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS - 1.5L DURATORQ-TDCI (67KW/91PS) Capacities Item...
  • Page 148 Component damage which may not be covered by the vehicle Warranty. • Longer engine cranking periods. • Increased emission levels. • Reduced engine performance. • Reduced fuel economy. We recommend that you use Castrol or Ford engine oil. Ecosport (CBW)
  • Page 149: Vehicle Care

    Vehicle Care Cleaning the Chrome Trim CLEANING THE EXTERIOR WARNINGS WARNINGS 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 windshield. Do not apply cleaning product to hot surfaces and do not leave cleaning Prior to using a car wash facility...
  • Page 150: Repairing Minor Paint Damage

    Remove particles such as bird droppings, We recommend that you use Ford service tree sap, insect deposits, tar spots, road wheel cleaner. Make sure that you read salt and industrial fallout before repairing and follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Page 151: Wheels And Tires

    Wheels and Tires GENERAL INFORMATION WARNING Do not scrub the sidewalls of the A decal with tire pressure data is located tires when you are parking. in the driver’s door opening. Check and set the tire pressure at the If you have to mount a curb, do so slowly ambient temperature in which you are and approach it with the wheels at intending to drive your vehicle and when...
  • Page 152: Tire Pressure Monitoring System

    Wheels and Tires Only use snow chains on the front wheels. As a driver assistance feature, your vehicle has a tire pressure monitoring system. A Note: The anti-lock braking system will warning lamp will illuminate when one or continue to operate normally. more of the tires are significantly under-inflated.
  • Page 153: Wheels And Tires

    Wheels and Tires Changing Tires With a Tire Understanding the Tire Pressure Pressure Monitoring System Monitoring System The system measures the pressure in the four road tires and sends the tire pressure readings to your vehicle. The low tire pressure warning lamp will illuminate if any of the tire pressures are significantly low.
  • Page 154 Wheels and Tires Low tire pressure Possible cause Action required warning lamp Solid warning lamp Tire(s) under-inflated 1. Make sure tires are at the correct pres- sure. See When Inflating the Tires in this chapter. 2. After inflating the tires to the correct pressure.
  • Page 155: Changing A Road Wheel

    Wheels and Tires The tires need to be periodically rotated 2. If one or more tires are flat, repair as to provide consistent performance and necessary. maximum tire life, the system needs to 3. Check the tire pressures and inflate all know when the tires have been rotated to the tires to the correct pressure.
  • Page 156 Wheels and Tires Scissor Lift Hoist WARNING Use a suitable rubber block while lifting the vehicle on a scissor lift to avoid damage to the fuel tank or vehicle. Vehicle Jack WARNINGS Only use the vehicle jack supplied with your vehicle when changing a Small arrow-shaped marks on wheel in an emergency.
  • Page 157: Removing A Spare Wheel

    Wheels and Tires WARNINGS If your vehicle has a manual transmission, move the transmission selector lever to first or reverse gear. If your vehicle has an automatic transmission, move the transmission selector lever to park (P). Make sure all passengers are out of your vehicle.
  • Page 158 Wheels and Tires Unlock the outer cover and the inner 3. Remove the three nuts. cover together with the lock bracket at 4. Remove the spare wheel. the bottom. 5. Install in the reverse order. Installing a Road Wheel WARNINGS Use only approved wheel and tire sizes.
  • Page 159: Technical Specifications

    Wheels and Tires Note: Make sure that the cones on the lug 2. Install all of the lug nuts and partially nuts are against the wheel. tighten them in the sequence shown. 3. Lower your vehicle and remove the Install the wheel. vehicle jack.
  • Page 160 Wheels and Tires Snow Chain Wheel Normal load Full load Variant Tire size Front Rear Front Rear psi (bar) psi (bar) psi (bar) psi (bar) 30 psi 30 psi 35 psi 39 psi All engines 195/65 R15 (2.1 bar) (2.1 bar) (2.4 bar) (2.7 bar) Ecosport (CBW)
  • Page 161: Capacities And Specifications

    Capacities and Specifications Note: Your vehicle identification plate VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION design may vary to that shown. PLATE Note: The information shown on the vehicle identification plate is dependent upon market requirements. Model Variant Engine designation Engine power and emission level Vehicle identification number Gross vehicle weight Gross train weight...
  • Page 162: Vehicle Identification Number

    Capacities and Specifications The vehicle identification number is VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION stamped into the floor panel on the NUMBER right-hand side, beside the front seat. It is also shown on the left-hand side of the instrument panel. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Vehicle Dimensions Dimension description in (mm) Maximum length...
  • Page 163: Audio System

    MP3 individual tracks and folder compact discs may not function correctly structures work as follows: when used in Ford CD players. • There are two different modes for MP3 disc playback: MP3 track mode Note: Do not insert CDs with homemade...
  • Page 164: Audio Unit - Vehicles With: Am/Fm/Cd

    Audio System • MP3 folder mode represents a folder AUDIO UNIT - VEHICLES WITH: structure consisting of one level of AM/FM/CD folders. The CD player numbers all MP3 tracks on the disc (noted by the .mp3 WARNINGS file extension) and all folders containing MP3 files, from F001 Radio sound levels can go above (folder) T001 (track) to F253 T255.
  • Page 165 Audio System Ejects a CD. Cursor arrows allow you to scroll through on-screen choices. CD slot is where you insert a CD. OK confirms on-screen selections. INFO allows you to access radio, CD, USB and IPod information. TA allows you to turn traffic announcements on or off and cancels announcements during an active announcement.
  • Page 166 Audio System MENU allows you to access different audio system features. SOUND allows you to adjust the sound settings for Treble, Middle, Bass, Fade and Balance. AUX allows you to access the AUX and SYNC features, and cancels menu or list browsing.
  • Page 167 Audio System 3. Press and hold one of the preset When traffic information broadcasts, it buttons. A progress bar and message automatically interrupts normal radio or appear. When the progress bar CD playback and Traffic announcement completes the station has been stored. appears in the display.
  • Page 168 Audio System Press MENU, and then select AUDIO When selected, the unit continually or AUDIO SETTINGS. evaluates signal strength and if a better signal becomes available, the unit switches 2. Select AVC LEVEL or ADAPTIVE VOL. to that alternative. It mutes while it checks 3.
  • Page 169: Audio Unit

    Audio System 3. Scroll to RDS REGIONAL and turn on WARNINGS or off by pressing OK. Driving while distracted can result in 4. Press MENU to return. loss of vehicle control, crash and injury. We strongly recommend that you use extreme caution when using any AUDIO UNIT device that may take your focus off the road.
  • Page 170 Audio System OK confirms the selections shown on the display. INFO let you access information from CD, USB and iPod. TA allows you to turn traffic announcements on or off and cancels announcements during an active announcement. SOUND lets you adjust the sound settings for Treble, Mid, Low, Fade, Balance, Equalizer Settings and DSP.
  • Page 171 Audio System Sound Button Scan Tuning Scan allows you to listen to a few seconds This will allow you to adjust the sound of each station detected. settings (for example bass, middle and treble). To activate, press the function button Press the sound button.
  • Page 172 Audio System • Press and hold the function button 1. A Traffic Announcement Volume progress bar and a message will be Traffic announcements interrupt normal displayed. broadcasts at a preset minimum level that • When the search is complete, sound is is usually louder than normal listening restored and the strongest signals are volumes.
  • Page 173: Compact Disc Player

    Audio System The display will indicate there is an 3. Scroll to ALTERNAT FREQ. or incoming announcement, during news ALTERNATIVE FREQ. and turn on or off broadcasts. When the audio unit interrupts with the OK button. for a news broadcast the preset volume 4.
  • Page 174: Compact Disc Track Scanning

    Audio System Compact Disc Track Scanning After a disc is loaded, playback starts immediately. Press function button 3. Track Selection Note: When an MP3 or WMA CD is playing, you can have the system scan tracks on the • Press the seek down button once to CD or within the current folder.
  • Page 175 Audio System Conventional CDs begin at a CD control • If an MP3 or WMA file is on the disc, the area called the lead-in and end at an area system skips these file and other data. called lead-out. A multi session CD is a CD Audio CD data is not recognized.
  • Page 176: Mp3 And Wma Display Options

    Audio System MP3 and WMA Display Options • When skipping a portion of a tag (at the beginning of the track) there is no When an MP3 or WMA disc is playing, sound output. Skip time changes certain information encoded in each track depending on the tag capacity.
  • Page 177: Auxiliary Input Jack

    Audio System The auxiliary input jack allows you to AUXILIARY INPUT JACK connect and play music from your portable music player through your vehicle speakers. WARNINGS You can use any portable music player Driving while distracted can result in designed for use with headphones. Your loss of vehicle control, accident and audio extension cable must have male injury.
  • Page 178: Usb Port

    Audio System The USB port allows you to plug in media USB PORT (IF EQUIPPED) playing devices, memory sticks and charge devices (if supported). See SYNC (page 177). AUDIO TROUBLESHOOTING Audio unit display Rectification PLEASE CHECK CD General error message for CD fault conditions, such as cannot read the CD, data-CD inserted, etc.
  • Page 179: Sync

    For further support, see an authorized • Use Emergency Assistance dealer. For more information, visit the • Access phonebook contacts and music regional Ford website. using voice commands • Stream music from your connected cell phone • Select pre-defined text messages...
  • Page 180: Using Voice Recognition

    SYNC Safety Information supported media content. The system also records a short development log of WARNING approximately 10 minutes of all recent system activity. The log profile and other Driving while distracted can result in system data may be used to improve the loss of vehicle control, crash and system and help diagnose any problems injury.
  • Page 181 SYNC Before giving a voice command, wait for You can interrupt the system at any time the system announcement to finish while it is speaking by pressing the voice followed by a single beep. Any command button. You can also cancel a voice session spoken before this does not register with at any time by pressing and holding the the system.
  • Page 182 SYNC Confirmation prompts are short questions command phone is correct. the system asks when it is not sure of your Press the voice button to change the request or when there is more than one confirmation prompt setting. Say "Voice possible response to your request.
  • Page 183: Using Sync With Your Phone

    Make sure you switch on the Bluetooth compatibility, refer to your device's manual feature on your cell phone before or visit the regional Ford website. starting the search. Refer to your device's manual if necessary. Pairing a Cell Phone for the First Time 2.
  • Page 184 SYNC The system may prompt you with phone as the primary cell phone, questions such as setting the current cell downloading your phonebook, etc. Cell Phone Voice Commands "Phone" "Go to privacy" "Call <name>" "Hold" "Call <name> at home" "Join" "Call <name>...
  • Page 185 SYNC "Dial" "112" (one-one-two) "700" (seven hundred) "800" (eight hundred) "900" (nine hundred) "Pound", (#) "Number <0-9>" "Asterisk" (*) "Clear" (deletes all entered digits) "Delete" (deletes one digit) "Plus" "Star" Note: To exit dial mode, press and hold the phone button or any button on the audio unit.
  • Page 186 SYNC Making a Call Receiving a Call Press the voice button. When When receiving a call, you can: prompted, say, "call <name>" or "dial" • Answer the call by pressing the accept followed by a number. call button on the steering wheel or by selecting the accept call option in the 2.
  • Page 187 SYNC When you select You can 3. Scroll to the option to join calls and press the OK button. Phonebook Access your phonebook contacts. 1. Select the option for more. 2. Scroll to the option for phonebook and press the OK button.
  • Page 188 SYNC When you select You can 1. Press the OK button to select. 2. Scroll to select incoming calls, outgoing calls or missed calls. Press the OK button to make your selection. 3. Press the OK button or dial button to call the selection. The system attempts to automatically re-download your phonebook and call history each time your cell phone connects to the system.
  • Page 189 SYNC • Press the voice button and say "Read • Delete allows you to delete current text message". text messages from the system (not your cell phone). The audio display • Select the more option and use the indicates when all your text messages arrow buttons to scroll through further have been deleted.
  • Page 190 SYNC When you select You can Set as master If this option is checked, the system will use this cell phone as the master when there is more than one cell phone paired to the system. This option can be changed for all paired cell phones (not only for the active one) using the Bluetooth devices menu.
  • Page 191 SYNC When you select You can When you switch off automatic downloading, the system does not download your phonebook when your cell phone connects to the system. Your phonebook, call history and text messages can only be accessed when your paired cell phone is connected to the system.
  • Page 192 SYNC When you select You can The system attempts to connect with the primary cell phone every time you switch on the ignition. When you select a cell phone as primary, it appears first in the list and marked with an asterisk. Conn.
  • Page 193: Sync Applications And Services

    SYNC When you select You can Select this option and confirm when Install on SYNC appears in the audio display. There must be a valid SYNC application or update available on the USB thumb drive in order to finish an installation successfully. System info Display the system's version numbers as well as its serial number.
  • Page 194 SYNC Emergency Note: Some versions of SYNC may operate Assistance can call the local emergency differently. Press the PHONE button instead services. Visit the regional Ford website for of the MENU button to access the details. Emergency Assistance menu.
  • Page 195 When the line is connected, you must • You are in a European country or region be prepared to provide your name, where the SYNC Emergency Assistance phone number and location cannot place the call. Visit the regional information immediately. Ford website for details. Ecosport (CBW)
  • Page 196 Herzegovina, Macedonia, Netherlands, We recommend you do this at home or Ukraine, Moldova and Russia. outside of your vehicle. Visit the regional Ford website for latest To Access Using the SYNC Menu details. Press the MENU button to access the Emergency Assistance Privacy Notice menu on-screen.
  • Page 197 SYNC The following voice commands are always Data is sent to Ford in the United States available: through the connected device. The information is encrypted and includes your • "Mobile Apps" - the system will prompt VIN, SYNC module number, anonymous...
  • Page 198: Using Sync With Your Media Player

    SYNC When you launch an app using SYNC, the SYNC is capable of hosting nearly any system may ask you to grant certain media player including: iPod, Zune, Plays permissions, for example: from device players, and most USB drives. SYNC also supports audio formats such •...
  • Page 199 SYNC What's Playing? Media Voice Commands At any time during playback, you can press Press the voice button and when the voice button and ask the system what prompted say "USB", and then is playing. The system reads the metadata any of the following: tags (if populated) of the current track.
  • Page 200 SYNC Voice command guide "Search genre" or "Play The system searches all the data from your indexed music genre" and if available, begins to play the chosen type of music. You can only play genres of music that are present in the genre metadata tags that you have on your media player.
  • Page 201 SYNC When you select You can Shuffle playlist and Repeat Choose to shuffle or repeat your music. Once you make track your choice, it remains on until you switch it off. Similar music You can play similar types of music to the current playlist from the USB port.
  • Page 202: Sync Troubleshooting

    Your SYNC system is easy to use. However, You can access these menus using the should questions arise, please refer to the audio display. See Using SYNC With tables below. Your Phone (page 181). To check your cell phone's compatibility, visit the regional Ford website. Ecosport (CBW)
  • Page 203 SYNC Cell phone issues Issue Possible cause Possible solution A lot of back- The audio control ground noise settings on your cell Refer to your device's manual about audio during a phone phone may be affecting adjustments. call. SYNC performance. During a call, I Try switching off your cell phone, resetting can hear the...
  • Page 204 SYNC Cell phone issues Issue Possible cause Possible solution Try deleting your device from SYNC and deleting SYNC from your device, then trying again. Always check the security and auto accept prompt settings relative to the SYNC Bluetooth connection on your cell phone. Update your cell phone's firmware.
  • Page 205 SYNC USB and media issues Issue Possible cause Possible solution Try switching off the device, resetting it or removing the battery, then trying again. Make sure you are using the manufacturer's I am having cable. trouble Possible device malfunc- Make sure correctly insert the USB cable to connecting my tion.
  • Page 206 SYNC Voice command issues Issue Possible cause Possible solution SYNC does not Review the cell phone voice commands understand and the media voice commands at the what I am beginning of their respective sections. You may be using the saying. wrong voice commands.
  • Page 207 SYNC Voice command issues Issue Possible cause Possible solution Make sure you are saying the name exactly as the system saved it. For example, if the contact name is Joe Wilson, say "Call Joe You may not be saying Wilson". the name exactly as the system saved it.
  • Page 208 SYNC Voice command issues Issue Possible cause Possible solution SYNC uses a synthetically generated voice rather than pre-recorded human voice. The system generates voice SYNC offers several new voice control prompts and features for a wide range of languages. SYNC uses text-to- the pronunci- Dialing a contact name directly from the speech voice prompt...
  • Page 209 SYNC General Issue Possible cause Possible solution SYNC only supports four languages in a single module for text display, voice control The language and voice prompts. The country where you selected for the bought your vehicle dictates the four instrument languages based on the most popular cluster and languages spoken.
  • Page 210: Appendices

    Appendices ELECTROMAGNETIC WARNINGS Do not mount any transceiver, COMPATIBILITY microphones, speakers, or any other item in the deployment path of the WARNINGS airbag system. Your vehicle has been tested and Do not fasten antenna cables to certified to legislation relating to original vehicle wiring, fuel pipes and electromagnetic compatibility brake pipes.
  • Page 211: End User License Agreement

    • You have acquired a device ("DEVICE") • with the engine running that includes software licensed by Ford Motor Company and its affiliates • during a road test at various speeds. ("FORD MOTOR COMPANY") from an...
  • Page 212 "online" or electronic FORD MOTOR COMPANY or its third documentation ("FORD SOFTWARE") party software and service providers. are protected by international intellectual property laws and treaties.
  • Page 213 (e.g., in the user • Consent to Use of Data: You agree documentation and in the software). that MS, Microsoft Corporation, FORD Even if you receive multiple EULAs, you MOTOR COMPANY, third party are licensed to use only one (1) copy of software and systems suppliers, their the SOFTWARE.
  • Page 214 SOFTWARE ("Supplemental endorsement of the third party site by Components"). MS, Microsoft Corporation, their affiliates and/or their designated If FORD MOTOR COMPANY or third party agent. software and services suppliers provide or make available to you Supplemental • Obligation to Drive Responsibly:...
  • Page 215 All title and intellectual property rights in you any rights in connection with any and to the SOFTWARE (including but not trademarks or service marks of FORD limited to any images, photographs, MOTOR COMPANY, MS, Microsoft animations, video, audio, music, text and Corporation, third party software or service "applets"...
  • Page 216 This system Ford SYNC contains the wheel. software that is licensed to Manufacturer FORD MOTOR COMPANY by an affiliate of Microsoft Corporation pursuant to a General Operation license agreement. Any removal, Voice Command Control: Functions...
  • Page 217 Appendices Volume Setting: Do not raise the volume Route Safety: Do not follow the route excessively. Keep the volume at a level suggestions if doing so would result in an where you can still hear outside traffic and unsafe or illegal maneuver, if you would be emergency signals while driving.
  • Page 218 Appendices 1. Safe and Lawful Use 3. Software License You acknowledge that devoting attention Subject to your compliance with the terms to the TeleNav Software may pose a risk of this Agreement, TeleNav hereby grants of injury or death to you and others in to you a personal, non-exclusive, situations that otherwise require your non-transferable license (except as...
  • Page 219 Appendices defamatory, vulgar, obscene, libelous, or PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND otherwise objectionable; and (f) lease, rent NON-INFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY out, or otherwise permit unauthorized RIGHTS WITH RESPECT TO THE TELENAV access by third parties to the TeleNav SOFTWARE. Certain jurisdictions do not Software without advanced written permit the disclaimer of certain warranties, permission of TeleNav.
  • Page 220 Appendices 6. Arbitration and Governing Law cease all use of the TeleNav Software. Notwithstanding the foregoing, TeleNav You agree that any dispute, claim or may assign this Agreement to any other controversy arising out of or relating to this party at any time without notice, provided Agreement or the TeleNav Software shall the assignee remains bound by this be settled by independent arbitration...
  • Page 221 Appendices NavTeq End User License Agreement TeleNav's or your failure to require END USER TERMS performance of any provision shall not The content provided ("Data") is licensed, affect that party's right to require not sold. By opening this package, or performance at any time thereafter, nor installing, copying, or otherwise using the shall a waiver of any breach or default of...
  • Page 222 Appendices TERMS AND CONDITIONS real time route guidance, fleet management or similar applications; or (b) License Limitations on Use: You agree with, or in communication with, including that your license to use this Data is limited without limitation, cellular phones, to and conditioned on use for solely palmtop and handheld computers, pagers, personal, noncommercial purposes, and...
  • Page 223 Appendices CAUSE OF THE CLAIM, DEMAND OR Entire Agreement: These terms and ACTION ALLEGING ANY LOSS, INJURY OR conditions constitute the entire agreement DAMAGES, DIRECT OR INDIRECT, WHICH between NT (and its licensors, including MAY RESULT FROM THE USE OR their licensors and suppliers) and you POSSESSION OF THIS DATA;...
  • Page 224 Appendices Gracenote® End User License Agreement NAVTEQ (EULA) CONTRACTOR (MANUFACTURER/SUPPLIER) This device contains software from Gracenote, Inc. of 2000 Powell Street ADDRESS: Emeryville, California 94608 425 West Randolph Street, Chicago, IL ("Gracenote"). 60606. The software from Gracenote (the This Data is a commercial item as defined "Gracenote Software") enables this device in FAR 2.101 to do disc and music file identification and...
  • Page 225 Appendices Data, the Gracenote Software, and UNINTERRUPTED. GRACENOTE IS NOT Gracenote Servers. Gracenote, OBLIGATED TO PROVIDE YOU WITH ANY respectively, reserve all rights in Gracenote ENHANCED OR ADDITIONAL DATA TYPES Data, the Gracenote Software, and the THAT GRACENOTE MAY CHOOSE TO Gracenote Servers and Gracenote Content, PROVIDE IN THE FUTURE AND IS FREE including all ownership rights.
  • Page 226 Appendices The antenna used for this transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. Ecosport (CBW)
  • Page 227 Index Audio Troubleshooting.......176 Audio unit............167 Alternative Frequencies........171 Automatic Volume Control......170 See: Climate Control..........69 Autostore Control..........169 About This Manual...........5 Frequency Band Button........169 Protecting the Environment.......5 News Broadcasts..........170 Regional Mode............171 See: Brakes............101 Sound Button............169 ABS driving hints Station Preset Buttons........169 See: Hints on Driving With Anti-Lock Station Tuning Control........169 Brakes..............101 Traffic Information Control......170...
  • Page 228 Index Breaking-In............113 Cigar Lighter............80 Cleaning the Alloy Wheels......148 Brakes and Clutch..........113 Cleaning the Exterior........147 Engine...............113 Tires................113 Body Paintwork Preservation......147 Bulb Specification Chart......142 Cleaning the Chrome Trim.......147 Cleaning the Headlamps.........147 Cleaning the Rear Window......147 Cleaning the Interior........147 Capacities and Specifications....159 Instrument Cluster Screens, LCD Screens Technical Specifications.........160 and Radio Screens........148 Car Wash...
  • Page 229 Index Driving Through Water.........113 Fog Lamps - Front ..................113 See: Front Fog Lamps........50 Fog Lamps - Rear See: Daytime Running Lamps......49 See: Rear Fog Lamps...........51 Front Exterior Overview........10 Front Fog Lamps..........50 Front Seat Armrest........79 Economical Driving........113 Fuel and Refueling........89 Fuel Consumption Figures - 1.0L Accessories............113 EcoBoost ............92...
  • Page 230 Index Installing Child Seats........17 Attaching a Child Seat With a Support Leg................20 Handbrake Attaching a Child Seat With Top See: Parking Brake..........101 Tethers..............20 Hazard Warning Flashers......115 Booster Seats............18 Headlamp Leveling.........51 Child Seats for Different Mass Groups..18 Recommended headlamp leveling control ISOFIX Anchor Points..........19 positions..............51 Instrument Cluster.........55...
  • Page 231 Index Lighting Control..........48 Oil Check Headlamp flasher..........49 See: Engine Oil Check........132 Opening and Closing the Hood....127 High and low beam..........49 Home safe lighting..........49 Closing the Hood..........128 Lighting control positions.........48 Opening the Hood..........127 Parking lamps............48 Lighting..............48 General Information...........48 Load Carriers Parking Aid............105 See: Roof Racks and Load Carriers.....109 Rear Sensing System........106 Load Carrying..........109...
  • Page 232: Sync Troubleshooting

    Index Refueling............91 Starter Switch Fuel Filler Cap............91 See: Ignition Switch..........83 Remote Control..........32 Starting a Diesel Engine......86 Changing the Remote Control Battery..32 Cold or Hot Engine..........86 Remote Control With a Folding Key Failure to Start............87 Starting a Gasoline Engine......85 Blade..............32 Remote Control Without a Folding Key Cold or Hot Engine..........86 Blade..............33 Engine Idle Speed after Starting....86...
  • Page 233 Index Technical Specifications - 1.5L Under Hood Overview - 1.5L Duratorq-TDCi (67kW/91PS)....145 Duratorq-TDCi (67kW/91PS)....131 USB Port............176 Capacities..............145 Using Cruise Control........107 Specifications............146 Technical Specifications Switching Cruise Control Off......107 See: Capacities and Specifications.....159 Switching Cruise Control On......107 Tire Care............149 Using Snow Chains........149 Tire Pressure Monitoring System...150 Vehicles with Stability Control......150 Using Stability Control.......104...
  • Page 234 Index Vehicle Identification Number....160 Washers Vehicle Identification Plate.......159 See: Cleaning the Exterior........147 Vehicle Interior Overview.......11 See: Wipers and Washers.........45 Ventilation Wheel Nuts See: Climate Control..........69 See: Changing a Road Wheel......153 Vents Wheels and Tires..........149 See: Air Vents............69 General Information..........149 Technical Specifications........157 Windows and Mirrors........52 See: Vehicle Identification Number....160 Voice Control...........44...
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