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07/09/12 09:10:57 32SAA650_001
This owner's manual should be considered a permanent part of the vehicle, and should remain with the vehicle when it
is sold.
This Owner's Manual covers all models of the Jazz. You may find descriptions of equipment and features that are not
on your particular model.
The information and specifications included in this publication were in effect at the time of approval for printing.
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without notice and without incurring any obligation whatsoever.
Although this manual is applicable to both right-hand and left-hand drive models, the illustrations contained in this
manual mainly refer to the left-hand drive models.

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  • Page 1

    This owner’s manual should be considered a permanent part of the vehicle, and should remain with the vehicle when it is sold. This Owner’s Manual covers all models of the Jazz. You may find descriptions of equipment and features that are not on your particular model.

  • Page 2

    07/09/12 09:11:05 32SAA650_002 Introduction Congratulations! Your selection of a Honda Jazz was a wise investment. It As you read this manual, you will will give you years of driving pleasure. find information that is preceded by symbol. This One of the best ways to enhance the enjoyment of your new vehicle is to information is intended to help you read this manual.

  • Page 3

    07/09/12 09:11:16 32SAA650_003 A Few Words About Safety Your safety, and the safety of others, You will find this important safety information in a variety of forms, includ- is very important. And operating this ing: vehicle safely is an important respon- sibility.

  • Page 4

    07/09/12 09:11:29 32SAA650_004 Contents Turn to the beginning of each section for a complete list of subjects. Your Vehicle at a Glance ..Before Driving ....229 Appearance Care ....345 What petrol to use, how to break- Tips on cleaning and protecting Driver and Passenger Safety ..

  • Page 5: Product Interior, Your Vehicle At A Glance

    07/09/12 09:11:35 32SAA650_005 Your Vehicle at a Glance Left-hand drive type HEATING/COOLING CONTROLS INDICATOR LIGHTS DRIVER’S FRONT (P.148) (P.86) AIRBAG(P.12, 73) CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM GAUGES (P.96) (P.157) REMOTE AUDIO PASSENGER’S CONTROLS FRONT AIRBAG (P.226) (P.12, 73) MASTER DOOR LOCK BUTTON (P.115) AUDIO SYSTEM POWER WINDOW...

  • Page 6

    07/09/12 09:11:43 32SAA650_006 Your Vehicle at a Glance Left-hand drive type INSTRUMENT PANEL HAZARD WARNING BUTTON REAR WINDOW DEMISTER HORN PAD BRIGHTNESS (P.106) (P.106) (P.103) HEATED DOOR MIRRORS VEHICLE STABILITY ASSIST (P.138) (VSA) OFF SWITCH (P.265) FOG LIGHTS (P.107/108) HEADLIGHTS/ TURN SIGNALS (P.102/103) MIRROR CONTROLS...

  • Page 7

    07/09/12 09:11:49 32SAA650_007 Your Vehicle at a Glance Right-hand drive type HEATING/COOLING CONTROLS (P.148) INDICATOR LIGHTS (P.86) DRIVER’S FRONT CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM (P.157) AIRBAG GAUGES(P.96) (P.12, 73) REMOTE AUDIO PASSENGER’S CONTROLS FRONT AIRBAG (P.226) (P.12, 73) MASTER DOOR LOCK BUTTON (P.115) POWER WINDOW SWITCHES...

  • Page 8

    07/09/12 09:11:56 32SAA650_008 Your Vehicle at a Glance Right-hand drive type HORN PAD INSTRUMENT PANEL BRIGHTNESS (P.103) HAZARD WARNING BUTTON VEHICLE STABILITY ASSIST (VSA) OFF SWITCH (P.265) (P.106) FOG LIGHTS (P.107/108) WINDSCREEN WIPERS/ WASHERS (P.104/105) HEADLIGHTS/ TURN SIGNALS (P.102, 103) MIRROR CONTROLS REAR WINDOW (P.138)

  • Page 9

    07/09/12 09:11:58 32SAA650_009...

  • Page 10

    07/09/12 09:12:02 32SAA650_010 Driver and Passenger Safety This section gives you important 6. Adjust the Steering Wheel ..20 Protecting Larger Children ..55 information about how to protect 7. Maintain a Proper Sitting Using Child Restraints with yourself and your passengers.

  • Page 11: Important Safety Precautions

    07/09/12 09:12:12 32SAA650_011 Important Safety Precautions You’ll find many safety small for a seat belt must be properly Control Your Speed recommendations throughout this restrained in a child restraint system Excessive speed is a major factor in section, and throughout this manual. (see page crash injuries and deaths.

  • Page 12

    07/09/12 09:12:19 32SAA650_012 Your Vehicle’s Safety Features Your vehicle is equipped with many features that work together to protect you and your passengers during a crash. Some safety features do not require any action on your part. These include a strong steel framework that forms a safety cage around the passenger compartment;...

  • Page 13

    07/09/12 09:12:26 32SAA650_013 Your Vehicle’s Safety Features These safety features are designed Not wearing a seat belt properly Seat Belts to reduce the severity of injuries in a For your safety, and the safety of increases the chance of serious crash.

  • Page 14

    07/09/12 09:12:36 32SAA650_014 Your Vehicle’s Safety Features When properly worn, seat belts: Of course, seat belts cannot WARNING: completely protect you in every Seat belts are designed to bear upon Keep you connected to the vehicle crash. But in most cases, seat belts the bony structure of the body, and so you can take advantage of the can reduce your risk of serious...

  • Page 15

    07/09/12 09:12:45 32SAA650_015 Your Vehicle’s Safety Features The most important things you need Airbags (For some types) to know about your airbags are: Airbags do not replace seat belts. They are designed to supplement the seat belts. Front airbags offer no protection in side impacts, rear impacts, rollovers, or minor frontal collisions.

  • Page 16

    07/09/12 09:12:51 32SAA650_016 Your Vehicle’s Safety Features Move the front Airbags can pose serious hazards. Seats & Seat-Backs What you should do: To do their job, airbags must Your vehicle’s seats are designed to seats as far back as possible, and inflate with tremendous force and keep you in a comfortable, upright keep adjustable seat-backs in an...

  • Page 17

    07/09/12 09:13:01 32SAA650_017 Your Vehicle’s Safety Features Head restraints are properly Head Restraints Pre-Drive Safety Checklist Head restraints can help protect you To make sure you and your adjusted (see page from whiplash and other injuries. For passengers get the maximum maximum protection, the back of protection from your vehicle’s safety All doors and the tailgate are...

  • Page 18: Protecting Adults

    07/09/12 09:13:10 32SAA650_018 Protecting Adults To reduce the chance of injury, wear Introduction Adjust the Front Seats The following pages provide your seat belt properly, sit upright instructions on how to properly with your back against the seat, and protect the driver and other adult move the seat away from the occupants.

  • Page 19

    07/09/12 09:13:17 32SAA650_019 Protecting Adults Adjust the Seat-Backs Adjust the driver’s seat-back to a comfortable, upright position, Sitting too close to a front leaving ample space between your airbag can result in serious injury or death if the front chest and the airbag cover in the centre of the steering wheel.

  • Page 20

    07/09/12 09:13:25 32SAA650_020 Protecting Adults Reclining a seat-back so that the Adjust the Head Restraints shoulder part of the belt no longer rests against the occupant’s chest Improperly positioning head reduces the protective capability of restraints reduces their the belt. It also increases the chance effectiveness and you can be of sliding under the belt in a crash seriously injured in a crash.

  • Page 21

    07/09/12 09:13:33 32SAA650_021 Protecting Adults If necessary, pull up on the belt again Fasten and Position the Seat Belts to remove any slack, then check that the belt rests across the centre of Using a Lap/Shoulder Belt Insert the latch plate into the buckle, your chest and over your shoulder.

  • Page 22

    07/09/12 09:13:41 32SAA650_022 Protecting Adults Never place the shoulder portion of a Using the Lap Belt lap/shoulder belt under your arm or (For some types) This could cause behind your back. very serious injuries in a crash. RELEASE BUTTON If the seat belt touches or crosses your neck, or if it crosses your arm instead of your shoulder, you need to Insert the latch plate into the buckle...

  • Page 23

    07/09/12 09:13:49 32SAA650_023 Protecting Adults If a Seat Belt Doesn’t Work Properly Adjust the Steering Wheel If a seat belt does not seem to work as it should, it may not protect the occupant in a crash. No one should sit in a seat with an inoperative seat Anyone using a seat belt that is belt.

  • Page 24

    07/09/12 09:13:57 32SAA650_024 Protecting Adults Maintain a Proper Sitting On vehicles with a passenger’s front Position airbag and side airbag After all occupants have adjusted In addition, an occupant who is out of Sitting improperly or out of their seats and put on seat belts, it is position in the front seat can be position can result in serious very important that they continue to...

  • Page 25

    07/09/12 09:14:04 32SAA650_025 Protecting Adults Pregnant women should also sit Advice for Pregnant Women Additional Safety Precautions upright and as far back as possible Never let passengers ride in the from the steering wheel or luggage area or on top of a folded- dashboard.

  • Page 26

    07/09/12 09:14:10 32SAA650_026 Protecting Adults Two people should never use the Do not place hard or sharp objects On models with side airbags, do same seat belt. If they do, they between yourself and a front not attach hard objects on or near could be very seriously injured in a Carrying hard or sharp If a side airbag...

  • Page 27: Protecting Children

    07/09/12 09:14:16 32SAA650_027 Protecting Children In most countries, child restraint systems must meet the specifications of the ECE 44 Children who are regulation. unrestrained or improperly restrained can be seriously In many countries, the law requires injured or killed in a crash. children younger than 12 years of Any child too small for a seat age and less than 150 cm (60 in) in...

  • Page 28

    07/09/12 09:14:26 32SAA650_028 Protecting Children All Children Must Be Restrained Additional Precautions to Parents Children Should Sit in the Back Each year, many children are injured Never hold an infant or child on Seat or killed in vehicle crashes because If you are not wearing a According to crash statistics, your lap.

  • Page 29

    07/09/12 09:14:33 32SAA650_029 Protecting Children If the passenger’s front airbag The Passenger’s Front Airbag As required by E.C.E Regulation No. 94; Poses Serious Risks to Children inflates, it can hit the rearward (For some types) facing child restraint system with Front airbags have been designed to great force.

  • Page 30

    07/09/12 09:14:39 32SAA650_030 Protecting Children In all cases observe the legal Small Children Larger Children Placing a front facing child restraint Children who have outgrown child requirements of the countries in which you will drive. system in the front seat of a vehicle restraint systems are also at risk of equipped with a passenger’s front being injured or killed by an inflating...

  • Page 31

    07/09/12 09:14:44 32SAA650_031 Protecting Children To remind you of the passenger’s As required by E.C.E Regulation No. 94; front airbag hazards, and that children must be properly restrained in the back seat, your vehicle has warning labels on the windscreen and on the front passenger’s doorjamb.

  • Page 32

    07/09/12 09:14:50 32SAA650_032 Protecting Children To remind you of the side airbags The Side Airbag Poses Serious Risks to Children hazards, and that children must be (For some types) properly restrained in the back seat, Side airbags have been designed to your vehicle has the safety label on help protect adults in a moderate to each front doorjamb.

  • Page 33

    07/09/12 09:15:01 32SAA650_033 Protecting Children If You Must Drive with Several If a Child Requires Close Additional Safety Precautions Children Attention Use childproof door locks to Your vehicle has three seating Many parents say they prefer to put prevent children from opening the positions in the back seat where an infant or small child in the front Using this feature will...

  • Page 34

    07/09/12 09:15:08 32SAA650_034 Protecting Children Do not leave children alone in your Keep vehicle keys and remote General Guidelines for Using vehicle. Leaving children without transmitters (on some types) out Child Restraint Systems adult supervision is illegal in some Even very The following pages give general of the reach of children.

  • Page 35

    07/09/12 09:15:15 32SAA650_035 Protecting Children The child restraint system should The child restraint system should meet safety standards. In most be of the proper type and size to fit countries, child restraint systems the child. must meet the specifications of the ECE 44 regulation.

  • Page 36

    07/09/12 09:15:23 32SAA650_036 Protecting Children Before purchasing a child restraint The child restraint system should fit the vehicle seating position (or system, we recommend that parents test the child restraint system in the positions) where it will be used. specific vehicle seating position (or Due to variations in the design of positions) where they intend to use child restraint systems, vehicle seats,...

  • Page 37

    07/09/12 09:15:34 32SAA650_037 Protecting Children Placing a Child Restraint System Front Passenger’s Seat This page briefly summarizes Infants: Never in the front seat, due Honda’s recommendations on where to the front airbag hazard. to place rearward and front facing Not recommended, Small children: child restraint systems in your due to the front airbag hazard.

  • Page 38

    07/09/12 09:15:41 32SAA650_038 Protecting Children See pages for instructions Installing a Child Restraint System Properly secure the child restraint After selecting a proper child system to the vehicle. All child on how to secure child restraint restraint system, and a good position restraint systems are designed to systems in this vehicle.

  • Page 39

    07/09/12 09:15:49 32SAA650_039 Protecting Children If the child restraint system is not Make sure the child restraint Storing a Child Restraint System system is firmly secured. After secure, try installing it in a different When you are not using a child installing a child restraint system, seating position, or use a different restraint system, either remove it...

  • Page 40

    07/09/12 09:16:00 32SAA650_040 Protecting Children Child Restraint System for EU Countries Child Restraint Suitability for Various Seat Positions Please use only the particular child restraints as given in this table. Seating position Mass Group Front Passenger Rear Outboard Rear Centre group 0 Up to 10 kg group 0...

  • Page 41

    07/09/12 09:16:05 32SAA650_041 Protecting Children For some types Your vehicle is equipped with lower anchorages at the outer seating The use of any child restraint positions on the rear seat. These system which is not suitable for Honda vehicles would not anchorages are only to be used with a child restraint system designed to properly secure the infant or...

  • Page 42

    07/09/12 09:16:15 32SAA650_042 Protecting Children the rearward facing, reclining mode. Protecting Infants Rearward Facing Child Restraint System Placement For EU countries, an approved rearward facing child restraint Placing a rearward facing system should be placed in any seating position in the back seat (see child restraint system in the page front seat can result in...

  • Page 43

    07/09/12 09:16:22 32SAA650_043 Protecting Children the infant. On vehicles with a passenger’s front As required by E.C.E Regulation No. 94; airbag, never put a rearward facing When properly installed, a rearward child restraint system in the front If the passenger’s front airbag facing child restraint system may seat.

  • Page 44

    07/09/12 09:16:30 32SAA650_044 Protecting Children Rearward Facing Child Restraint For some types System Installation If you have a child restraint system To properly route a lap/shoulder belt designed to be attached to the through a child restraint system, vehicle’s lower anchorages, follow follow the restraint system maker’s the instructions on page instructions.

  • Page 45

    07/09/12 09:16:36 32SAA650_045 Protecting Children Route the belt through the To activate the lockable retractor, Route the shoulder part of the belt restraint according to the restraint slowly pull the shoulder part of the into the clip at the back of the system maker’s instructions, then belt all the way out until it stops.

  • Page 46

    07/09/12 09:16:41 32SAA650_046 Protecting Children After the belt has retracted, tug on it. If the belt is locked, you will not be able to pull it out. If you can pull the belt out, it is not locked and you will need to repeat these steps. After confirming that the belt is Push and pull the child restraint locked, grab the shoulder part of...

  • Page 47

    07/09/12 09:16:46 32SAA650_047 Protecting Children To deactivate the lockable retractor On vehicles without additional lockable and remove a child restraint system, retractor fitted to the seat where the unlatch the buckle, unroute the seat child is positioned belt, and let the belt fully retract. See page for how to secure a rearward facing child restraint...

  • Page 48

    07/09/12 09:16:52 32SAA650_048 Protecting Children Finally, push and pull the restraint Installing a Rearward Facing Child Restraint System with the Lap Belt forward and from side to side to verify that it is secure enough to stay (For some types) To install a rearward facing child upright during normal driving restraint system in the centre back...

  • Page 49

    07/09/12 09:16:58 32SAA650_049 Protecting Children Rearward Facing Child Restraint Additional Precaution for Infants System Installation Tips ‘‘Never let children kneel on seats or stand while the vehicle is in motion. The violent forces created during emergency braking will cause the children to be thrown forward.

  • Page 50

    07/09/12 09:17:07 32SAA650_050 Protecting Children Of the different restraint systems Protecting Small Children Front Facing Child Restraint System available, we recommend those that Placement have a five-point harness system as In this vehicle, the best place to shown. install a front facing child restraint system is in one of the seating We also recommend that a small positions in the outer back seat.

  • Page 51

    07/09/12 09:17:14 32SAA650_051 Protecting Children If it is necessary to put a front facing Front Facing Child Restraint System child restraint system in the front, Installation move the vehicle seat as far to the To properly route a lap/shoulder belt Improperly placing a front rear as possible, be sure the child through a child restraint system,...

  • Page 52

    07/09/12 09:17:22 32SAA650_052 Protecting Children The lap/shoulder belts in the back seating positions have a lockable retractor that must be activated to secure a child restraint system. The following pages provide instructions on how to secure a front facing child restraint system with this type of seat belt.

  • Page 53

    07/09/12 09:17:29 32SAA650_053 Protecting Children After confirming that the belt is Secure the belt in the slit by Push down the tab. Route the shoulder part of the belt into the locked, grab the shoulder part of pushing up the tab. Make sure the slit at the side of the restraint, the belt near the buckle and pull belt is not twisted and it is...

  • Page 54

    07/09/12 09:17:36 32SAA650_054 Protecting Children To deactivate the lockable retractor and remove a child restraint system, unlatch the buckle, unroute the seat belt, and let the belt fully retract. Push and pull the child restraint On vehicles without additional lockable system forward and from side-to- retractor fitted to the seat where the side to verify that it is secure...

  • Page 55

    07/09/12 09:17:43 32SAA650_055 Protecting Children Pull hard on the loose end of the belt For EU countries, refer to page Installing a Front Facing Child Restraint System with the Lap Belt to remove any slack; it may help to for placing a child restraint put weight on the child restraint system.

  • Page 56

    07/09/12 09:17:53 32SAA650_056 Protecting Children To install a locking clip, do the Using a Seat Belt Locking Clip On vehicles without additional lockable following: retractor fitted to the seat where the child is positioned Always use a seat belt locking clip when you secure a child restraint system to your vehicle with a lap/ shoulder belt.

  • Page 57

    07/09/12 09:17:58 32SAA650_057 Protecting Children Insert the latch plate into the Additional Precaution for Small buckle. Push and pull on the child Children restraint system to verify that it is ‘‘Never let children kneel on seats or held firmly in place. If it is not, stand while the vehicle is in motion.

  • Page 58

    07/09/12 09:18:05 32SAA650_058 Protecting Children Protecting Larger Children On vehicles with a passenger’s front On vehicles with side airbags When a child reaches the airbag recommended weight or height limit for a front facing child restraint Leaning over the front door system, the child should sit in the Allowing a larger child to sit can result in serious injury or...

  • Page 59

    07/09/12 09:18:12 32SAA650_059 Protecting Children If the shoulder part of the belt rests Additional Precaution for Larger Checking Seat Belt Fit Children over the child’s collarbone and ‘‘Never let children kneel on seats or against the centre of the chest, and stand while the vehicle is in motion.

  • Page 60

    07/09/12 09:18:20 32SAA650_060 Protecting Children A child should continue using a Do not let a child put the shoulder Using a Booster Seat part of a seat belt behind the back or booster seat until the child exceeds This could cause the booster seat manufacturer’s under the arm.

  • Page 61

    07/09/12 09:18:28 32SAA650_061 Protecting Children Of course, children vary widely. And When Can a Larger Child Sit in Front It is recommended that all children while age may be one indicator of ages 12 and under be properly when a child can safely ride in the restrained in the back seat.

  • Page 62

    07/09/12 09:18:37 32SAA650_062 Protecting Children If you decide that a child can safely Physical Size Maturity Physically, a child must be large To safely ride in front, a child must ride up front, be sure to: enough for the lap/shoulder belt to be able to follow the rules, including properly fit over the hips, chest, and sitting properly and wearing the seat...

  • Page 63

    07/09/12 09:18:44 32SAA650_063 Protecting Children Since a tether can provide additional Using Child Restraints with WASHER Tethers security, we recommend using a (For some types) tether whenever one is required or Your vehicle has two anchor points available. (The owners may check on the ceiling near the tailgate with the child restraint system opening for securing a tether-style...

  • Page 64

    07/09/12 09:18:52 32SAA650_064 Protecting Children To attach the tether to the child ANCHOR restraint system, follow the child FITTING restraint system maker’s instructions. When the child restraint system is WASHER used, follow the instructions that came with the child restraint system. SPACER ANCHOR Child restraint anchorages...

  • Page 65

    07/09/12 09:19:00 32SAA650_065 Protecting Children To install a child restraint system Using the Lower Anchorages LOWER ANCHORAGES (For some types) designed to be attached to the lower Your vehicle is equipped with lower anchorages: anchorages at the outer rear seats. These anchorages are located Move the seat belt buckle or between the seat-back and seat...

  • Page 66

    07/09/12 09:19:07 32SAA650_066 Protecting Children LOWER ANCHORAGE BUCKLE GUIDE-CUP GUIDE-CUP Rigid type To attach the guide-cups to the seat’s Put the child restraint system in (For some types) Install the child restraint system lower anchorages, insert as shown the rear left or right vehicle seat according to the seat manufacturer’s on the illustration.

  • Page 67

    07/09/12 09:19:14 32SAA650_067 Protecting Children Remove the rear head restraints (see page ). The removed WASHER head restraints should be secured so they will not be thrown while you are driving. Make sure to WASHER replace the rear head restraints when the child restraint systems SPACER are not in use.

  • Page 68

    07/09/12 09:19:20 32SAA650_068 Protecting Children To attach the tether to the child WARNING: Child restraint anchorages restraint system, follow the child are designed to withstand only those ANCHOR FITTING restraint system maker’s instructions. loads imposed by correctly fitted child restraints. Under no circumstances are When the child restraint system is they to be used for adult seat belts, used, follow the instructions that...

  • Page 69: Additional Information About Your Seat Belts

    07/09/12 09:19:28 32SAA650_069 Additional Information About Your Seat Belts Seat Belt System Components Seat Belt Reminder (Except EU models) Your seat belt system includes lap/ Indicator The seat belt system also includes an shoulder belts in all five seating (EU models) indicator on the instrument panel to positions.

  • Page 70

    07/09/12 09:19:39 32SAA650_070 Additional Information About Your Seat Belts The lap/shoulder belt goes over See page for instructions on how Lap/Shoulder Belt your shoulder, across your chest and to wear the lap/shoulder belt SHOULDER UPPER SEAT across your hips. properly. PORTION BELT ANCHOR To fasten the belt, insert the latch...

  • Page 71

    07/09/12 09:19:49 32SAA650_071 Additional Information About Your Seat Belts To fasten the belt, extend it from the Lap Belt anchor on the ceiling by pulling the (For some types) metal plate. The lap belt has one manually- adjusted belt that fits across the hips. Line up the triangle marks on the BUCKLE small latch plate and anchor buckle,...

  • Page 72

    07/09/12 09:19:56 32SAA650_072 Additional Information About Your Seat Belts See page for how to lengthen the When the tensioners are activated, Automatic Seat Belt Tensioners lap belt, and how to properly position (For some types) the seat belts will remain tight until the belt.

  • Page 73

    07/09/12 09:20:03 32SAA650_073 Additional Information About Your Seat Belts If a seat belt is worn during a crash, Seat Belt Maintenance WARNING: It is essential to replace For safety, you should check the it must be replaced by the dealer. A the entire assembly after it has been condition of your seat belts regularly.

  • Page 74

    07/09/12 09:20:10 32SAA650_074 Additional Information About Your Seat Belts (Front Seat) Anchorage Points When replacing the seat belts, make certain to use the anchorage points Not checking or maintaining shown in the illustrations. seat belts can result in serious injury or death if the seat belts do not work properly when needed.

  • Page 75

    07/09/12 09:20:16 32SAA650_075 Additional Information About Your Seat Belts (Rear Seat) On the models with three lap/shoulder On the models with a lap belt in the belts in the back seat centre position of the back seat The rear seat has three lap/shoulder On some types, the outside positions belts.

  • Page 76

    07/09/12 09:20:26 32SAA650_076 Additional Information About Your Airbags (For some types) Automatic seat belt tensioners SRS Components How Your Front Airbags Work Your Supplemental Restraint System that tighten the front seat belts (SRS) includes: during a moderate to severe frontal collision (see page Two front airbags (on some types).

  • Page 77

    07/09/12 09:20:32 32SAA650_077 Additional Information About Your Airbags (For some types) During a frontal crash, your seat belt After a crash, you may see what helps restrain your lower body and looks like smoke. This is actually torso, while the tensioner tightens powder from the airbag’s surface.

  • Page 78

    07/09/12 09:20:39 32SAA650_078 Additional Information About Your Airbags (For some types) If you ever have a moderate to If a front passenger leans sideways How Your Side Airbags Work (For some types) severe side impact, the sensors will and his head is in the deployment detect rapid deceleration and signal path of the side airbag, he can be the control unit to instantly inflate...

  • Page 79

    07/09/12 09:20:47 32SAA650_079 Additional Information About Your Airbags (For some types) If the indicator comes on at any If you see any of these indications, How the SRS Indicator Works The SRS indicator alerts other time, or does not come on at all, your front or side airbags may not you to a potential problem you should have the system checked...

  • Page 80

    07/09/12 09:20:54 32SAA650_080 Additional Information About Your Airbags (For some types) Airbag Service The SRS indicator alerts you to a Your front and side airbag systems problem. Take your vehicle to (if equipped) and automatic seat belt your authorized dealer as soon as Ignoring the SRS indicator tensioners are virtually maintenance- possible.

  • Page 81

    07/09/12 09:21:00 32SAA650_081 Additional Information About Your Airbags (For some types) See page for further information Additional Safety Precautions On vehicles with side airbags Do not attempt to deactivate your Do not expose the front seat-backs and precautions relating to your Together, airbags and If rain or spilled water airbags.

  • Page 82: Carbon Monoxide Hazard

    07/09/12 09:21:08 32SAA650_082 Carbon Monoxide Hazard Your vehicle’s exhaust contains With the tailgate open, air flow can carbon monoxide gas. You should pull exhaust gas into your vehicle’s have no problem with carbon interior and create a hazardous Carbon monoxide gas is toxic. monoxide entering the vehicle in condition.

  • Page 83: Safety Labels

    07/09/12 09:21:16 32SAA650_083 Safety Labels These labels are in the locations SRS AIRBAG SRS AIRBAG shown. They warn you of potential CHILD SAFETY (Left-hand drive type) (Right-hand drive type) hazards that could cause serious (Left-hand drive type) injury. Read these labels carefully. If (For some types) CHILD SAFETY a label comes off or becomes hard to...

  • Page 84

    07/09/12 09:21:23 32SAA650_084 Safety Labels On vehicles with side airbags, the On some models, the labels shown label shown below is attached to below are attached to the each front doorjamb. windscreen and each front doorjamb. Side Airbag Safety alert symbol Follow owner’s manual instructions carefully Driver and Passenger Safety...

  • Page 85

    07/09/12 09:21:25 32SAA650_085...

  • Page 86: Instruments And Controls

    07/09/12 09:21:30 32SAA650_086 Instruments and Controls This section gives information about Turn Signals ....... 103 Head Restraints ......125 the controls and displays that Windscreen Wipers ....104 Folding the Rear Seats ....127 contribute to the daily operation of Windscreen Washers ....

  • Page 87: Control Locations

    07/09/12 09:21:36 32SAA650_087 Control Locations Left-hand drive type INDICATOR LIGHTS (P.86) HEATING/COOLING CONTROLS REMOTE GAUGES (P.96) (P.148) AUDIO CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM CONTROLS (P.157) (P.226) MASTER DOOR LOCK BUTTON (P.115) AUDIO SYSTEM POWER WINDOW (P.167) SWITCHES (P.134) BONNET RELEASE HANDLE (P.233) PARKING BRAKE MANUAL TRANSMISSION (P.248) : For some types...

  • Page 88

    07/09/12 09:21:42 32SAA650_088 Control Locations Right-hand drive type INDICATOR LIGHTS (P.86) HEATING/COOLING CONTROLS (P.148) (P.96) GAUGES CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM (P.157) REMOTE AUDIO CONTROLS (P.226) MASTER DOOR LOCK BUTTON (P.115) POWER WINDOW AUDIO SYSTEM SWITCHES (P.167) (P.134) BONNET RELEASE HANDLE (P.233) PARKING BRAKE MANUAL TRANSMISSION (P.248) : For some types...

  • Page 89: Indicator Lights

    07/09/12 09:21:49 32SAA650_089 Indicator Lights Honda CVT 7 Speed Mode model PARKING BRAKE AND BRAKE HIGH BEAM INDICATOR (P.95) SYSTEM INDICATOR (P.94) DOOR/TAILGATE LOW FUEL INDICATOR (P.94) OPEN INDICATOR ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM (ABS) (P.94) (P.93) INDICATOR MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP HIGH TEMPERATURE INDICATOR (P.92, 370) (P.95) ELECTRIC POWER STEERING...

  • Page 90

    07/09/12 09:21:56 32SAA650_090 Indicator Lights Automatic transmission (CVT) model PARKING BRAKE AND BRAKE (P.95) SYSTEM INDICATOR (P.94) HIGH BEAM INDICATOR DOOR/TAILGATE LOW FUEL INDICATOR (P.94) OPEN INDICATOR ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM (ABS) (P.94) INDICATOR (P.93) HIGH TEMPERATURE INDICATOR (P.95) MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP ELECTRIC POWER STEERING (P.92, 370) (EPS) INDICATOR...

  • Page 91

    07/09/12 09:22:03 32SAA650_091 Indicator Lights Automatic transmission (CVT) model LOW TEMPERATURE INDICATOR SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS) INDICATOR (P.95) (P.91) IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM INDICATOR ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM (ABS) (P.92) INDICATOR (P.93) HIGH TEMPERATURE INDICATOR ELECTRIC POWER STEERING (P.95) (EPS) INDICATOR (P.94) REAR FOG LIGHT INDICATOR (P.94) MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP...

  • Page 92

    07/09/12 09:22:11 32SAA650_092 Indicator Lights Manual transmission model VEHICLE STABILITY ASSIST (VSA) SYSTEM INDICATOR (P.93) DOOR/TAILGATE OPEN INDICATOR PARKING BRAKE AND BRAKE LOW FUEL INDICATOR (P.94) (P.95) (P.94) SYSTEM INDICATOR ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM (ABS) INDICATOR (P.93) (P.94) HIGH BEAM INDICATOR HIGH TEMPERATURE VSA ACTIVATION INDICATOR INDICATOR...

  • Page 93

    07/09/12 09:22:18 32SAA650_093 Indicator Lights Manual transmission model LOW TEMPERATURE INDICATOR SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS) INDICATOR (P.95) (P.91) IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM INDICATOR ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM (ABS) (P.92) INDICATOR (P.93) HIGH TEMPERATURE INDICATOR ELECTRIC POWER STEERING (P.95) (EPS) INDICATOR (P.94) REAR FOG LIGHT INDICATOR (P.94) MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP...

  • Page 94

    07/09/12 09:22:27 32SAA650_094 Indicator Lights The instrument panel has many (Except EU models) Supplemental Restraint indicators to give you important This indicator comes on when you System (SRS) Indicator information about your vehicle. turn the ignition switch to the ON This indicator comes on when you (II) position.

  • Page 95

    07/09/12 09:22:39 32SAA650_095 Indicator Lights Malfunction Indicator Immobilizer System Lamp Indicator See page (For some types) Turn Signal and Hazard Warning This indicator comes on for a few Indicators Low Oil Pressure seconds when you turn the ignition The left or right turn signal indicator Indicator switch to the ON (II) position.

  • Page 96

    07/09/12 09:22:53 32SAA650_096 Indicator Lights Vehicle Stability Assist VSA Activation Indicator Lights On Indicator (VSA) System Indicator (For some types) (For some types) (For some types) This indicator has three functions: This indicator reminds you that the This indicator normally comes on for exterior lights are on.

  • Page 97

    07/09/12 09:23:06 32SAA650_097 Indicator Lights Electric Power Steering Low Fuel Indicator Door and Tailgate Open (EPS) Indicator Indicator This indicator normally comes on If the indicator glows, it means you This indicator comes on if any door when you turn the ignition switch to should refuel, because the tank or the tailgate is not closed tightly.

  • Page 98

    07/09/12 09:23:15 32SAA650_098 Indicator Lights Parking Brake and High Temperature Low Temperature Brake System Indicator Indicator Indicator This indicator has two functions: This shows the temperature of the This shows the temperature of the engine’s coolant. This indicator engine’s coolant. There is no This indicator is a reminder to normally comes on when you turn problem when this indicator comes...

  • Page 99

    07/09/12 09:23:23 32SAA650_099 Gauges On some types, the instrument panel SPEEDOMETER SELECT/RESET KNOB TACHOMETER illuminates when you open the driver’s door, and the gauges illuminate when you turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position. Speedometer This shows your speed in kilometers per hour (km/h) and/or miles per hour (mph) depending on the type.

  • Page 100: Odometer/trip Meter/segment Distance And Fuel Mileage

    07/09/12 09:23:33 32SAA650_100 Gauges Odometer/Trip Meter/Segment Odometer Segment Distance and Fuel Mileage Distance and Fuel Mileage/ The odometer shows the total You can use this function to display Outside Temperature distance of kilometers or miles your the distance and average fuel The odometer, the trip meter, the vehicle has been driven.

  • Page 101

    07/09/12 09:23:41 32SAA650_101 Gauges If the outside temperature is When it reaches the desired value, Outside Temperature Indicator (For some types) incorrectly displayed, you can adjust release the Select/Reset knob. You This indicator displays the outside it up to 3°C warmer or cooler. should see the new outside temperature in Centigrade.

  • Page 102

    07/09/12 09:23:48 32SAA650_102 Gauges Fuel Gauge FUEL GAUGE This shows how much fuel you have. It is most accurate when the vehicle is on level ground. It may show slightly more or less than the actual amount when you are driving on curvy or hilly roads.

  • Page 103: Controls Near The Steering Wheel

    07/09/12 09:23:56 32SAA650_103 Controls Near the Steering Wheel Left-hand drive type HORN PAD INSTRUMENT PANEL HAZARD WARNING BUTTON REAR WINDOW DEMISTER (P.106) BRIGHTNESS (P.106) VEHICLE STABILITY ASSIST (P.103) HEATED DOOR MIRRORS (VSA) OFF SWITCH (P.138) (P.265) FOG LIGHTS (P.107/108) HEADLIGHTS/ TURN SIGNALS (P.102/103) MIRROR CONTROLS...

  • Page 104

    07/09/12 09:24:04 32SAA650_104 Controls Near the Steering Wheel Right-hand drive type HAZARD WARNING BUTTON HORN PAD INSTRUMENT PANEL BRIGHTNESS (P.106) (P.103) VEHICLE STABILITY ASSIST (VSA) OFF SWITCH (P.265) 2, 3 WINDSCREEN WIPERS/ FOG LIGHTS WASHERS (P.107/108) (P.104/105) HEADLIGHTS/TURN SIGNALS (P.102/103) READ WINDOW DEMISTER MIRROR CONTROLS...

  • Page 105

    07/09/12 09:24:11 32SAA650_105 Controls Near the Steering Wheel If you leave the lights on with the Headlights key removed from the ignition switch, you will hear a reminder beeper when you open the driver’s door. For some types When the light switch is in either of these positions, the Lights On indicator comes on as a reminder (see page...

  • Page 106

    07/09/12 09:24:19 32SAA650_106 Controls Near the Steering Wheel Instrument Panel Brightness Turn Signals (For some types) TURN SIGNAL LEVER To flash the high beams, pull the Signal a turn or lane change with this turn signal lever back lightly, then The select/reset knob on the lever.

  • Page 107

    07/09/12 09:24:27 32SAA650_107 Controls Near the Steering Wheel To signal a lane change, push lightly Windscreen Wipers on the turn signal lever in the proper direction and hold it. The lever will return to the centre position as soon as you release it. This lever controls the windscreen In intermittent, the wipers operate wipers and washers.

  • Page 108

    07/09/12 09:24:35 32SAA650_108 Controls Near the Steering Wheel Turn and hold the switch one Windscreen Washers Rear Window Wiper and Washer position up from ‘‘ON’’ to activate the washer and wiper; or turn and hold the switch one position down from ‘‘OFF’’ to activate the washer only.

  • Page 109

    07/09/12 09:24:43 32SAA650_109 Controls Near the Steering Wheel The demister wires on the inside of Hazard Warning Rear Window Demister the rear window can be accidentally damaged. When cleaning the glass, always wipe side-to-side. If you use the demister without the engine running, the battery may run out very quickly.

  • Page 110

    07/09/12 09:24:53 32SAA650_110 Controls Near the Steering Wheel To operate the rear fog light, turn Rear Fog Light Front Fog Light (For some types) the switch up from the off (OFF) (For some types) position. The indicator in the instrument panel comes on to indicate that the rear fog light is on.

  • Page 111

    07/09/12 09:25:04 32SAA650_111 Controls Near the Steering Wheel To turn on the rear fog light only, The rear fog light will go off when Front and Rear Fog Lights (For some types) turn the switch down from the off you turn the headlights off. The ( ) position.

  • Page 112

    07/09/12 09:25:13 32SAA650_112 Controls Near the Steering Wheel A driver or a driver and passenger Headlight Adjuster Steering Wheel Adjustment (For some types) in the front seat. See page for important safety Five persons in the front and rear information about how to properly HEADLIGHT ADJUSTER KNOB seats.

  • Page 113

    07/09/12 09:25:21 32SAA650_113 Controls Near the Steering Wheel, Keys and Locks Push the lever up to lock the Keys steering wheel in that position. Two ignition keys come with your vehicle. You should keep one of Make sure you have securely them in a safe place, away from the locked the steering wheel in place vehicle, as a spare.

  • Page 114: Keys And Locks

    07/09/12 09:25:30 32SAA650_114 Keys and Locks (On vehicles with immobilizer IGNITION KEYS KEY NUMBER KEY NUMBER IGNITION KEYS system) WITH REMOTE These keys contain electronic TRANSMITTER circuits that are activated by the Immobilizer System. They will not work to start the engine if the circuits are damaged.

  • Page 115

    07/09/12 09:25:39 32SAA650_115 Keys and Locks recognizes the key code: your vehicle undriveable. Immobilizer System (For some types) The Immobilizer System protects Do not keep other immobilizer If you have lost your key and you your vehicle from theft. A properly- keys on the same key ring.

  • Page 116

    07/09/12 09:25:47 32SAA650_116 Keys and Locks You can insert or Ignition Switch LOCK (0) remove the key only in this position. To switch from the ACCESSORY (I) Removing the key from the to the LOCK (0) position, you must ignition switch while driving push the key in slightly as you turn it.

  • Page 117

    07/09/12 09:25:55 32SAA650_117 Keys and Locks Use this position START (III) Door Locks only to start the engine. The switch returns to the ON (II) position when LOCK TAB you let go of the key. The engine will not start if the Unlock immobilizer system does not recog- nize the key’s coding (see page...

  • Page 118

    07/09/12 09:26:04 32SAA650_118 Keys and Locks Power Door Locks (For some types) (For some types) MASTER DOOR LOCK BUTTON LOCK TAB Unlock Lock The driver’s door has a master door Each door has a lock tab on the top. The front doors can be locked and lock button.

  • Page 119

    07/09/12 09:26:12 32SAA650_119 Keys and Locks The super locking will not set if any Lockout Prevention Super Locking If you forget and leave the key in the (For some types) door or the tailgate is not fully closed. ignition switch, Lockout Prevention It will be set even if the bonnet, any will not allow you to lock the driver’s window or the sunroof is open.

  • Page 120

    07/09/12 09:26:19 32SAA650_120 Keys and Locks On some types, you can set the When you push the UNLOCK button, Remote Transmitter super locking with the remote (For some types) all doors and the tailgate unlock. All transmitter. To set it, push the outside turn signals and both LOCK LOCK button twice within 5 seconds...

  • Page 121

    07/09/12 09:26:28 32SAA650_121 Keys and Locks The ceiling light (if the ceiling light Super Locking switch is in the centre position) will (For some types) come on when you press the The super locking helps to protect If there are persons inside the UNLOCK button.

  • Page 122

    07/09/12 09:26:36 32SAA650_122 Keys and Locks Replacing the Battery When the remote transmitter’s battery begins to get weak, it may take several pushes on the button to lock or unlock the doors and tailgate, BATTERY and the LED will not light. Replace the battery as soon as possible.

  • Page 123

    07/09/12 09:26:45 32SAA650_123 Keys and Locks Remove the old battery from the (EU models) Transmitter Care back of the inner cover, and note EC Directives Avoid dropping or throwing the the polarity. Make sure the This keyless entry system complies transmitter.

  • Page 124

    07/09/12 09:26:54 32SAA650_124 Keys and Locks Childproof Door Locks Tailgate For some types The tailgate will also lock or unlock when you lock or unlock the driver’s door by using the lock tab, the key, or the master door lock switch. On vehicles with remote transmitters, the tailgate will also lock or unlock when you lock or...

  • Page 125

    07/09/12 09:27:02 32SAA650_125 Keys and Locks COVER TAILGATE HANDLE HANDLE To open the tailgate, pull the handle, To close the tailgate, hold the On vehicles with remote transmitter then lift up the tailgate. tailgate handle and lower the tailgate, If the power door lock system cannot then press down on the back edge.

  • Page 126

    07/09/12 09:27:09 32SAA650_126 Keys and Locks Glove Box COVER An open glove box can cause serious injury to your passenger in a crash, even if the passenger is wearing the seat belt. Always keep the glove box closed while driving. GLOVE BOX LEVER Turn the inside lever right to...

  • Page 127

    07/09/12 09:27:16 32SAA650_127 Seats Front Seat Adjustments See pages for important safety information and warnings about how to properly position the seats and seat- backs. Make all seat adjustments before you start driving. LEVER LEVER To adjust the seat forward and On some types, the seat can also be backward, pull up on the lever under adjusted forward and backward...

  • Page 128

    07/09/12 09:27:26 32SAA650_128 Seats Driver’s Seat Height Adjustment Head Restraints See page for important safety DIAL information and a warning about how to properly position the head restraints. Your vehicle has adjustable head restraints on the front seats. The rear seat also has head restraints on the outside positions, but they are not adjustable.

  • Page 129

    07/09/12 09:27:33 32SAA650_129 Seats RELEASE FRONT REAR CENTRE BUTTON RELEASE BUTTON The front head restraints adjust for They are most effective when you On vehicles with rear centre head adjust them so the back of the height. You need both hands to restraint occupant’s head rests against the adjust the restraint.

  • Page 130

    07/09/12 09:27:43 32SAA650_130 Seats To remove the rear centre head Folding the Rear Seats restraint for cleaning or repair, pull it The left and right rear seat cushions up as far as it will go. Push the can be lifted up separately. release button and pull the restraint out of the seat-back.

  • Page 131

    07/09/12 09:27:51 32SAA650_131 Seats Create the Luggage Space For greater luggage capacity, the rear seat can be folded down. Make sure there are no items on the floor before folding down the seats. The left and right halves of the rear seat can be folded up separately.

  • Page 132

    07/09/12 09:27:59 32SAA650_132 Seats (For some types) LEVER LEVER On some types, the seat can also be adjusted forward and backward When folding the rear seat, store the Pull the release lever up to unlatch using the lever on the side of the belt in the pocket in the rear seat- the seat-back.

  • Page 133

    07/09/12 09:28:05 32SAA650_133 Seats FLOOR GUIDE To lock the seat-back upright, lift the To return the seat cushion to its seat-back and the seat bottom up, original position, unfold the legs and push them firmly against the latch. lower it slowly holding the seat Tug on the seat-back to ensure that cushion with your hands.

  • Page 134

    07/09/12 09:28:12 32SAA650_134 Seats Detachable Anchor RETRACTOR SMALL LATCH (For some types) HOUSING SMALL LATCH PLATE The seat belt in the rear centre seat PLATE ANCHOR is equipped with a detachable anchor. BUCKLE This allows the centre seat belt to be unlatched when the right side of the rear seat is folded.

  • Page 135

    07/09/12 09:28:20 32SAA650_135 Tonneau Cover (For some types) MOUNTING ROD SLOT TONNEAU COVER Release the left side of the To use the tonneau cover, place To extend the rear side tonneau tonneau cover by pushing the left the left edge into the holder and cover, pull the cover’s leading edge edge of the unit toward the right push the edge inward and push...

  • Page 136

    07/09/12 09:28:25 32SAA650_136 Tonneau Cover (For some types) To retract the cover, release the rods The tonneau cover may be removed from the slots and guide the cover so to give you more luggage space. it rolls back fully into it’s housing. Reverse the installation procedure to Do not store parcels on the tonneau store the tonneau cover.

  • Page 137

    07/09/12 09:28:31 32SAA650_137 Power Windows (For some types) All four windows (on some types, DRIVER’S WINDOW SWITCH two front windows) are electrically- powered. Turn the ignition switch to Closing a power window on the ON (II) position to raise or lower someone’s hands or fingers any window.

  • Page 138

    07/09/12 09:28:39 32SAA650_138 Power Windows (For some types) The master control panel also con- The MAIN switch controls power to Auto Reverse tains these extra features: the passengers’ windows. When you On vehicles with driver’s window auto push in the MAIN switch, the feature To open and, on some passengers’...

  • Page 139

    07/09/12 09:28:47 32SAA650_139 Power Windows (For some types), Sunroof Any impact due to road conditions If your vehicle’s battery is Sunroof may cause the auto reverse function disconnected or goes dead, or the (For some types) to work unexpectedly on the closing driver’s window fuse is removed, the window.

  • Page 140

    07/09/12 09:28:55 32SAA650_140 Sunroof, Mirrors (For some types) Mirrors If you push and hold the sunroof switch to close the sunroof fully, the Opening or closing the sunroof automatically stops at a sunroof on someone’s hands or fingers can cause serious preset position.

  • Page 141

    07/09/12 09:29:06 32SAA650_141 Mirrors Adjusting the Power Mirrors Heated Door Mirrors (For some types) MIRROR DEMISTER BUTTON SELECTOR SWITCH ADJUSTMENT SWITCH On some types, the outside mirrors Adjust the outside mirrors with the Push the appropriate edge of the are heated to remove fog and frost. adjustment switch on the driver’s adjustment switch to move the Press the demister button to turn on...

  • Page 142

    07/09/12 09:29:14 32SAA650_142 Mirrors, Sun Visor Never drive your vehicle with the Folding Door Mirrors Sun Visor (For some types) outside mirrors folded. FOLDING SWITCH To use the sun visor, pull it down. Door mirrors can be folded by the You can also use the sun visor at the folding switch next to the selector side window.

  • Page 143

    07/09/12 09:29:20 32SAA650_143 Vanity Mirror, Parking Brake Vanity Mirror Parking Brake Driving the vehicle with the parking brake applied can damage the rear brakes and axles. VANITY MIRROR PARKING BRAKE LEVER To use a vanity mirror on the back of To apply the parking brake, pull the the sun visor, pull up the cover.

  • Page 144

    07/09/12 09:29:28 32SAA650_144 Coat Hook, Beverage Holder Coat Hook Beverage Holder (For some types) GRAB RAIL COAT HOOK Be careful when you are using the The beverage holders for the rear The rear seat grab rails can also be beverage holder. A spilled liquid that passengers are located on the upper- used as coat hook.

  • Page 145

    07/09/12 09:29:36 32SAA650_145 Cigarette Lighter, Ashtray Cigarette Lighter Ashtray (For some types) (For some types) Use the ashtray only for cigarettes, cigars, and other smoking materials. To prevent a possible fire and damage to your vehicle, don’t put paper or other things that can burn in the ashtray.

  • Page 146: Accessory Power Socket

    07/09/12 09:29:44 32SAA650_146 Accessory Power Socket It will not power an automotive type If used without the engine running, Accessory Power Socket (For some types) cigarette lighter element. the battery may run out very quickly. It is recommended that only genuine Always put the cover on when not in Honda Accessories are used for this use in order to prevent objects...

  • Page 147

    07/09/12 09:29:53 32SAA650_147 Luggage Hooks, Interior Lights Luggage Hooks Spotlights Individual Map Lights (For some types) (For some types) HOOK The hooks on the floor of the luggage area enable you to tie down The front ceiling light also contains Turn on each individual map light by items stored in the back.

  • Page 148: Interior Lights

    07/09/12 09:30:01 32SAA650_148 Interior Lights Ceiling Light Luggage Area Light Front DOOR ACTIVATED Rear DOOR ACTIVATED Each ceiling light has a three- The front and rear ceiling lights The luggage area light comes on position switch. In the OFF position, (with each switch in the centre when you open the tailgate.

  • Page 149

    07/09/12 09:30:04 32SAA650_149...

  • Page 150

    07/09/12 09:30:08 32SAA650_150 Comfort and Convenience Features The heating and air conditioning Heating and Cooling ..... 148 systems in your vehicle provide a What Each Control Does ..148 comfortable driving environment in How to Use the System ....

  • Page 151: Heating And Cooling

    07/09/12 09:30:18 32SAA650_151 Heating and Cooling Proper use of the heating and FRESH AIR/RECIRCULATION REAR WINDOW AIR CONDITIONING cooling system can make the interior LEVER DEMISTER BUTTON BUTTON dry and comfortable, and keep the windows clear for the best visibility. If your vehicle does not have air conditioning, it can be installed at any time.

  • Page 152

    07/09/12 09:30:30 32SAA650_152 Heating and Cooling Air flows from the centre Fresh Air/Recirculation Lever This lever controls the source of the and corner vents in the dashboard. air going into the system. When you select the side, air is brought Air flow is divided between in from outside the vehicle (Fresh the vents in the dashboard and the...

  • Page 153

    07/09/12 09:30:34 32SAA650_153 Heating and Cooling Comfort and Convenience Features...

  • Page 154

    07/09/12 09:30:41 32SAA650_154 Heating and Cooling Vent Controls CENTRE VENTS DRIVER’S SIDE VENT PASSENGER’S SIDE VENT TABS Close Close Open Open The direction of air flow from the The vents in the corners of the vents in the centre and each side of dashboard can be opened and closed the dashboard is adjustable.

  • Page 155

    07/09/12 09:30:51 32SAA650_155 Heating and Cooling It is best to leave the system in Fresh How to Use the System Ventilation This section covers how to set up the Air mode under almost all conditions. The flow-through ventilation system system controls for ventilation, Keeping the system in Recirculation draws in outside air, circulates it heating, cooling, dehumidifying, and...

  • Page 156

    07/09/12 09:30:58 32SAA650_156 Heating and Cooling If the interior is very warm from REAR WINDOW AIR CONDITIONING BUTTON being parked in the sun, you can cool DEMISTER BUTTON it down more rapidly by setting up the controls this way: FRESH AIR/RECIRCULATION LEVER Start the engine.

  • Page 157

    07/09/12 09:31:08 32SAA650_157 Heating and Cooling Air conditioning places an extra load To Heat and Dehumidify with To Defog and Defrost on the engine. Watch the High Air Conditioning To remove fog from the inside of the Temperature Indicator (see page windows: (For some types) ) when driving in stop-and-go...

  • Page 158

    07/09/12 09:31:14 32SAA650_158 Heating and Cooling To remove exterior frost or ice from REAR WINDOW AIR CONDITIONING BUTTON the windscreen and side windows DEMISTER BUTTON after the vehicle has been sitting out in cold weather: FRESH AIR/RECIRCULATION LEVER Start the engine. Select the Fresh Air mode and Switch the fan and temperature controls to maximum.

  • Page 159

    07/09/12 09:31:20 32SAA650_159 Heating and Cooling These settings direct all the air flow To Turn Everything Off to the demister vents at the base of To shut off the system temporarily, the windscreen and the side window turn the fan speed and temperature demister vents.

  • Page 160: Climate Control System

    07/09/12 09:31:27 32SAA650_160 Climate Control System Only on vehicles with automatic air CENTRE VENTS DRIVER’S SIDE VENT conditioning system The automatic climate control system in your vehicle picks the proper combination of air conditioning, heating, and ventilation to maintain the interior temperature you select.

  • Page 161

    07/09/12 09:31:32 32SAA650_161 Climate Control System The climate control system draws air For the climate control system to PASSENGER’S SIDE VENT through the exterior vents at the provide heating and cooling, the bottom of the windscreen. Keep engine must be running. these vents clear of leaves and other debris.

  • Page 162

    07/09/12 09:31:36 32SAA650_162 Climate Control System Comfort and Convenience Features...

  • Page 163

    07/09/12 09:31:41 32SAA650_163 Climate Control System Fully-automatic Operation To put the Automatic Climate DISPLAY Control in fully-automatic mode, AUTO BUTTON AIR CONDITIONING (A/C) BUTTON press the AUTO button, then set the desired temperature by pressing the OFF BUTTON temperature control switch. You will see ‘‘FULL AUTO’’...

  • Page 164

    07/09/12 09:31:50 32SAA650_164 Climate Control System When you set the temperature to its Semi-automatic Operation Recirculation Button lower limit ‘‘ ’’ or its upper You can manually select various This button controls the source of limit ‘‘ ’’, the system runs at functions of the Climate Control the air going into the system.

  • Page 165

    07/09/12 09:31:56 32SAA650_165 Climate Control System Fan Control Switch You can manually select the fan speed by pressing the fan control MODE BUTTON switch: to increase the fan’s speed, to decrease the fan’s speed. Mode Button Use the MODE button to select the vents the air flows from.

  • Page 166

    07/09/12 09:32:02 32SAA650_166 Climate Control System The main air flow is divided between the floor vents and defroster vents at the base of the windscreen. The main air flow is directed to the floor vents. CONTINUED Comfort and Convenience Features...

  • Page 167

    07/09/12 09:32:08 32SAA650_167 Climate Control System Air flow is divided between the vents in the dashboard and the floor vents. The air flow comes out of the dashboard vents. Comfort and Convenience Features...

  • Page 168

    07/09/12 09:32:15 32SAA650_168 Climate Control System button directs the main air flow to the windscreen for faster defrosting. It also overrides any MODE selection you may have made. When you select , the A/C turns on automatically and the system selects Fresh Air mode. For faster defrosting, manually set the fan speed to high.

  • Page 169

    07/09/12 09:32:20 32SAA650_169 Climate Control System Sunlight Sensor/Temperature Sensor SUNLIGHT SENSOR TEMPERATURE SENSOR To regulate the interior temperature, the system has two sensors. A sun- light sensor is located in the top of the dashboard and a temperature sensor is next to the steering column. Do not cover the sensors or spill any liquid on them.

  • Page 170: Audio System

    07/09/12 09:32:28 32SAA650_170 Audio System The audio system is in principle available as an option. (A Type) Some models may have one of the audio systems described in this section. Read the appropriate pages in this section for operation of the audio systems installed in your vehicle.

  • Page 171

    07/09/12 09:32:32 32SAA650_171 Audio System (C Type) (D Type) Comfort and Convenience Features...

  • Page 172

    07/09/12 09:32:41 32SAA650_172 Audio System (A Type) Your audio system provides clear FM/AM BUTTON SCAN INDICATOR reception on each band while the SOUND SCAN BUTTON preset buttons allow you to easily INDICATOR select your favourite stations. Operating the Radio A.SEL BUTTON The ignition switch must be in the ST INDICATOR ACCESSORY (I) or the ON (II)

  • Page 173

    07/09/12 09:32:50 32SAA650_173 Audio System (A Type) Use the TUNE bar to tune The SCAN function To store a frequency: TUNE SCAN the radio to a desired frequency. samples all the stations with strong Push the TUNE bar to tune to a signals on the selected band.

  • Page 174

    07/09/12 09:32:57 32SAA650_174 Audio System (A Type) If you are AUTO SELECT FM/AM BUTTON A.SEL BUTTON travelling far from home and can no longer receive the stations you preset, you can use the Auto Select feature to find stations in the local area.

  • Page 175

    07/09/12 09:33:05 32SAA650_175 Audio System (A Type) Adjusting the Sound Bass, Treble, Fader, and Balance are DISP BUTTON SOUND H BUTTON INDICATOR each adjustable. You select which of these you want to adjust by pressing the SOUND button. The mode changes from BAS to TRE to FAD to BAL, and then back to the selected audio mode, each time you press the...

  • Page 176

    07/09/12 09:33:14 32SAA650_176 Audio System (A Type) You can use the R (Preset 6) button When operating the Digital Clock DISPLAY The display of your audio system to quickly set the time to the nearest audio system, you can choose to usually shows the time when the hour.

  • Page 177

    07/09/12 09:33:23 32SAA650_177 Audio System (A Type) Operating the CD Player You operate the CD player with the FM/AM BUTTON SCAN/RPT BUTTON same controls used for the radio. With the ignition switch in the ACCESSORY (I) or the ON (II) RDM BUTTON EJECT position, insert the disc into the CD...

  • Page 178

    07/09/12 09:33:30 32SAA650_178 Audio System (A Type) You can switch to the radio while a You can use the TUNE bar or the Each time you push and release the CD is playing by pressing the FM/ SEEK/SKIP bar while a disc is SEEK/SKIP bar , the system skips AM button.

  • Page 179

    07/09/12 09:33:36 32SAA650_179 Audio System (A Type) To activate the Repeat This feature, when REPEAT SCAN Protecting Compact Discs feature, press the SCAN/RPT button activated, samples all the tracks on For information on how to handle for more than 2 seconds. You will the CD in the order they are and protect compact discs, see page see RPT in the display.

  • Page 180

    07/09/12 09:33:42 32SAA650_180 Audio System (A Type) CD Player Error Indications Indication Cause Solution If you see an error indication in the display while operating the CD player, find the cause in the chart to Press the EJECT button and pull out the disc. the right.

  • Page 181

    07/09/12 09:33:51 32SAA650_181 Audio System (A Type) To select a different disc, press the If you eject the in-dash CD while it is Operating the CD Changer (Optional) DISC (Preset 6) or DISC playing, the system will automatically A Compact Disc changer is available (Preset 5) button.

  • Page 182

    07/09/12 09:33:59 32SAA650_182 Audio System (A Type) CD Changer Error Indications Indication Cause Solution If you see an error indication in the display while operating the CD changer, find the cause in the chart Press the magazine eject button and pull out to the right.

  • Page 183

    07/09/12 09:34:07 32SAA650_183 Audio System (B Type) Your audio system provides clear A.SEL INDICATOR A.SEL ST INDICATOR reception on each band while the BUTTON preset buttons allow you to easily select your favourite stations. SCAN SCAN INDICATOR Operating the Radio BUTTON SEEK BAR The ignition switch must be in the...

  • Page 184

    07/09/12 09:34:16 32SAA650_184 Audio System (B Type) Use the TUNE knob to The SCAN function Use the TUNE, SEEK, or SCAN TUNE SCAN tune the radio to a desired frequency. samples all the stations with strong function to tune the radio to a Turn the TUNE knob to the right to signals on the selected band.

  • Page 185

    07/09/12 09:34:22 32SAA650_185 Audio System (B Type) If you are AUTO SELECT A.SEL BUTTON A.SEL INDICATOR travelling far from home and can no longer receive the stations you preset, you can use the Auto Select feature to find stations in the local area.

  • Page 186

    07/09/12 09:34:29 32SAA650_186 Audio System (B Type) Radio Data System (RDS) With your audio system, you can TP INDICATOR utilize many convenient features TA INDICATOR provided by the Radio Data System (RDS). PTY/NEWS BUTTON With the FM band selected, you can keep listening to the same station even if its frequency changes as you TA BUTTON...

  • Page 187

    07/09/12 09:34:38 32SAA650_187 Audio System (B Type) You can turn the RDS function on or Program Service Name Display TA (Traffic Announcement Standby) off. To switch the function on or off, If the station you are listening to is Function press the /VOL knob for more an RDS station, the frequency...

  • Page 188

    07/09/12 09:34:44 32SAA650_188 Audio System (B Type) You can receive traffic information while you are listening to a CD. If the TA INDICATOR system is tuned to a TP or EON TP NEWS INDICATOR station before playing a CD, the TP INDICATOR system will stand by for traffic PTY/NEWS BUTTON...

  • Page 189

    NEWS : Short accounts of facts, events, publicly expressed views, reportage, etc. OTH MUS : Other types of music, such as Jazz, R & B, Folk, Country, Reggae. POP MUS : Commercial music of popular appeal. ROCK MUS : Contemporary modern music.

  • Page 190

    07/09/12 09:34:56 32SAA650_190 Audio System (B Type) After you select the desired program While a PTY is displayed, you can After your desired PTY is displayed, type, the system will search for a use the SEEK bar to find a station of press either side of the SEEK bar station with the same PTY code as the desired PTY.

  • Page 191

    07/09/12 09:35:02 32SAA650_191 Audio System (B Type) Your audio system has other PTY/News Interrupt Function PTY Alarm To activate this function, press the interrupt functions (including TA PTY code ‘‘ALARM’’ is used for PTY/NEWS button for more than 2 function). The interrupt function emergency announcements, such as seconds and select ‘‘NEWS.’’...

  • Page 192

    07/09/12 09:35:10 32SAA650_192 Audio System (B Type) Adjusting the Sound Bass, Treble, Balance, and Fader are H BUTTON R BUTTON each adjustable. You select which of these you want to adjust by pressing the MODE knob. The mode changes from BAS to TRE to FAD to BAL, TA BUTTON and then back to BAS each time you press the button.

  • Page 193

    07/09/12 09:35:17 32SAA650_193 Audio System (B Type) To set the hours, press the H For example: Digital Clock The display of your audio system (Preset 1) button. Press and hold the 1:06 would RESET to 1:00 usually shows the time when the H button until the hour advances to 1:52 would RESET to 2:00 ignition switch is in the...

  • Page 194

    07/09/12 09:35:27 32SAA650_194 Audio System (B Type) Operating the CD Player You operate the CD player with the RDM BUTTON same controls used for the radio. RPT INDICATOR With the ignition switch in the ACCESSORY (I) or the ON (II) position, insert the disc into the CD BUTTON INDICATOR...

  • Page 195

    07/09/12 09:35:35 32SAA650_195 Audio System (B Type) You can switch to the radio while a You can use the SEEK/SKIP bar Each time you press and release the CD is playing by pressing the FM/ while a disc is playing to select side of the SEEK/SKIP bar, AM button.

  • Page 196

    07/09/12 09:35:40 32SAA650_196 Audio System (B Type) To activate the Repeat This feature, REPEAT RANDOM PLAY Protecting Compact Discs feature, press and release the RPT when activated, plays the tracks on For information on how to handle button. You will see RPT in the the CD in random order, rather than and protect compact discs, see page display as a reminder.

  • Page 197

    07/09/12 09:35:47 32SAA650_197 Audio System (B Type) CD Player Error Indications Indication Cause Solution If you see an error indication in the display while operating the CD player, find the cause in the chart to Press the EJECT button and pull out the disc. the right.

  • Page 198

    07/09/12 09:35:56 32SAA650_198 Audio System (B Type) To select a different disc, press the If you eject the in-dash CD while it is Operating the CD Changer (Optional) DISC (Preset 6) or DISC playing, the system will automatically A Compact Disc changer is available (Preset 5) button.

  • Page 199

    07/09/12 09:36:04 32SAA650_199 Audio System (B Type) CD Changer Error Indications Indication Cause Solution If you see an error indication in the display while operating the CD changer, find the cause in the chart Press the magazine eject button and pull out to the right.

  • Page 200: Audio System (c Type)

    07/09/12 09:36:13 32SAA650_200 Audio System (C Type) Your vehicle’s audio system provides SCAN INDICATOR clear reception on each band while FM/AM BUTTON SCAN BUTTON the preset buttons allow you to easily select your favourite stations. Operating the Radio A.SEL BUTTON The ignition switch must be in the A.SEL INDICATOR ACCESSORY (I) or the ON (II)

  • Page 201

    07/09/12 09:36:22 32SAA650_201 Audio System (C Type) Use the TUNE bar to tune The SCAN function To store a frequency: TUNE SCAN the radio to a desired frequency. samples all the stations with strong Push the TUNE bar to tune to a signals on the selected band.

  • Page 202

    07/09/12 09:36:29 32SAA650_202 Audio System (C Type) If you are AUTO SELECT travelling far from home and can no FM/AM BUTTON A.SEL BUTTON longer receive the stations you preset, you can use the Auto Select feature to find stations in the local A.SEL area.

  • Page 203

    07/09/12 09:36:36 32SAA650_203 Audio System (C Type) Radio Data System (RDS) TP INDICATOR With your audio system, you can TA BUTTON utilize many convenient features TA INDICATOR provided by the Radio Data System (RDS). With the FM band selected, you can keep listening to the same station even if its frequency changes as you enter different regions while you are...

  • Page 204

    07/09/12 09:36:48 32SAA650_204 Audio System (C Type) You can turn the RDS functions on AF (Alternative Frequency) TA (Traffic Announcement Standby) or off. To switch the function on or It automatically selects a similar Function off, press the /VOL knob for program as the one in play from When the TA button is pressed and more than 2 seconds with the audio...

  • Page 205

    07/09/12 09:36:54 32SAA650_205 Audio System (C Type) You can receive traffic information while you are listening to a CD. If the system is tuned to a TP or EON TP TP INDICATOR station before playing a CD, the system will stand by for traffic TA BUTTON TA INDICATOR announcements by pressing the TA...

  • Page 206

    NEWS : Short accounts of facts, events, publicly expressed views, reportage, etc. OTH MUS : Other types of music, such as Jazz, R & B, Folk, Country, Reggae. POP MUS : Commercial music of popular appeal. ROCK MUS : Contemporary modern music.

  • Page 207

    07/09/12 09:37:06 32SAA650_207 Audio System (C Type) After you select the desired program While a PTY is displayed, you can After your desired PTY is displayed, type, the system will search for a use the SEEK bar to find a station of press either side of the SEEK bar station with the same PTY code as the desired PTY.

  • Page 208

    07/09/12 09:37:12 32SAA650_208 Audio System (C Type) Your audio system has other PTY/News Interrupt Function PTY Alarm To activate this function, press the interrupt functions (including TA PTY code ‘‘ALARM’’ is used for PTY/NEWS button for more than 2 function). The interrupt function emergency announcements, such as seconds and select ‘‘NEWS.’’...

  • Page 209

    07/09/12 09:37:25 32SAA650_209 Audio System (C Type) Adjusting the Sound H BUTTON Bass, Treble, Fader, and Balance are M BUTTON each adjustable. You select which of these you want to adjust by pressing button. The mode changes from BAS to TRE to FAD to BAL, and then back to BAS each time you press the button.

  • Page 210

    07/09/12 09:37:33 32SAA650_210 Audio System (C Type) To set the hours, press and hold the For example: Digital Clock The display of your audio system H (Preset 4) button until the hour 1:06 would RESET to 1:00 usually shows the time when the advances to the desired time.

  • Page 211

    07/09/12 09:37:43 32SAA650_211 Audio System (C Type) Operating the CD Player SCAN/RPT BUTTON You operate the CD player with the SCAN INDICATOR RDM BUTTON FM/AM BUTTON same controls used for the radio. With the ignition switch in the EJECT ACCESSORY (I) or the ON (II) BUTTON position, insert the disc into the CD slot.

  • Page 212

    07/09/12 09:37:51 32SAA650_212 Audio System (C Type) You can switch to the radio while a You can use the TUNE bar or the Each time you push and release the CD is playing by pressing the FM/ SEEK/SKIP bar while a disc is SEEK/SKIP bar , the system skips AM button.

  • Page 213

    07/09/12 09:37:57 32SAA650_213 Audio System (C Type) To activate the Repeat This feature, when REPEAT SCAN Protecting Compact Discs feature, press the SCAN/RPT button activated, samples all the tracks on For information on how to handle for more than 2 seconds. You will the CD in the order they are and protect compact discs, see page see RPT in the display.

  • Page 214

    07/09/12 09:38:04 32SAA650_214 Audio System (C Type) CD Player Error Indications Indication Cause Solution If you see an error indication in the display while operating the CD player, find the cause in the chart to Press the EJECT button and pull out the disc. the right.

  • Page 215

    07/09/12 09:38:13 32SAA650_215 Audio System (C Type) To select a different disc, press the If you eject the in-dash CD while it is Operating the CD Changer (Optional) DISC (Preset 6) or DISC playing, the system will automatically A Compact Disc changer is available (Preset 5) button.

  • Page 216

    07/09/12 09:38:20 32SAA650_216 Audio System (C Type) CD Changer Error Indications Indication Cause Solution If you see an error indication in the display while operating the CD changer, find the cause in the chart Press the magazine eject button and pull out to the right.

  • Page 217

    07/09/12 09:38:27 32SAA650_217 Audio System (D Type) Your audio system provides clear SCAN BUTTON ST INDICATOR reception on each band while the preset buttons allow you to easily A.SEL BUTTON SCAN INDICATOR select your favourite stations. FM BUTTON A.SEL INDICATOR Operating the Radio The ignition switch must be in the ACCESSORY (I) or the ON (II)

  • Page 218

    07/09/12 09:38:39 32SAA650_218 Audio System (D Type) Use the TUNE/SEEK/ The SCAN function To store a frequency: TUNE SCAN SKIP buttons to tune the radio to a samples all the stations with strong desired frequency. Press the signals on the selected band. To Select the desired band.

  • Page 219

    07/09/12 09:38:46 32SAA650_219 Audio System (D Type) If you are AUTO SELECT travelling far from home and can no A.SEL BUTTON A.SEL INDICATOR longer receive the stations you preset, you can use the Auto Select FM BUTTON feature to find stations in the local area.

  • Page 220

    07/09/12 09:38:54 32SAA650_220 Audio System (D Type) Adjusting the Sound Bass, Treble, Fader, and Balance are each adjustable. You select which of VOL/PWR KNOB these you want to adjust by pressing the SOUND button. The mode changes from BAS to TRE to FAD to BAL, and then back to BAS each time you press the button.

  • Page 221

    07/09/12 09:39:01 32SAA650_221 Audio System (D Type) You can use the R (Preset 6) button If your vehicle’s battery is Digital Clock The display of your audio system to quickly set the time to the nearest disconnected or goes dead, the time usually shows the time when the hour.

  • Page 222

    07/09/12 09:39:10 32SAA650_222 Audio System (D Type) Operating the CD Player SCAN BUTTON You operate the CD player with the same controls used for the radio. EJECT BUTTON FM BUTTON With the ignition switch in the ACCESSORY (I) or the ON (II) position, insert the disc into the CD slot.

  • Page 223

    07/09/12 09:39:19 32SAA650_223 Audio System (D Type) You can switch to the radio while a You can use the TUNE/SEEK/SKIP With a disc playing, you can use the CD is playing by pressing the AM or buttons while a disc is playing to REPEAT, RANDOM and SCAN FM button.

  • Page 224

    07/09/12 09:39:24 32SAA650_224 Audio System (D Type) To activate the Repeat This feature, when REPEAT SCAN Protecting Compact Discs feature, press the RPT (preset 4) activated, samples all the tracks on For information on how to handle button. You will see RPT in the the CD in the order they are and protect compact discs, see page display.

  • Page 225

    07/09/12 09:39:31 32SAA650_225 Audio System (D Type) CD Player Error Indications Indication Cause Solution If you see an error indication in the display while operating the CD player, find the cause in the chart to Press the EJECT button and pull out the disc. the right.

  • Page 226

    07/09/12 09:39:41 32SAA650_226 Audio System Radio Frequencies Radio Reception (Mexico model) (Mexico model) Your vehicle’s radio can receive the How well your vehicle’s radio complete AM and FM bands. receives stations is dependent on Those bands cover these frequen- many factors, such as the distance cies: from the station’s transmitter, nearby large objects, and atmos-...

  • Page 227

    07/09/13 18:21:57 32SAA650_227 Audio System As required by the FCC: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Radio signals, especially on the FM Radio reception can be affected by band, are deflected by large objects atmospheric conditions such as such as buildings and hills.

  • Page 228

    07/09/12 09:39:55 32SAA650_228 Audio System Protecting Compact Discs Handle a CD by its edges; never When a CD is not being played, store A new CD may be rough on the touch either surface. Do not place it in its case to protect it from dust inner and outer edges.

  • Page 229

    07/09/12 09:40:02 32SAA650_229 Audio System The VOL button adjusts the volume If you are playing a CD, the system Remote Audio Controls (For some types) up ( ) or down ( ). Press the top skips to the beginning of the next or bottom of the button and hold it track each time you press the top MODE BUTTON...

  • Page 230

    07/09/12 09:40:07 32SAA650_230 Audio System Auxiliary Input Jack (For some types) AUXILIARY INPUT JACK Auxiliary Input Jack is on the centre console panel. The system will accept auxiliary input from standard audio accessories. When the appropriate audio unit is connected with the auxiliary input jack, press the AUX button to select the unit.

  • Page 231

    07/09/12 09:40:10 32SAA650_231...

  • Page 232: Before Driving

    07/09/12 09:40:14 32SAA650_232 Before Driving Before you begin driving your Break-in Period ......230 vehicle, you should know what petrol Petrol ..........230 to use, and how to check the levels Service Station Procedures ..231 of important fluids. You also need to Filling the Fuel Tank ....

  • Page 233

    07/09/12 09:40:26 32SAA650_233 Break-in Period, Petrol Break-in Period For some types EU models: Help assure your vehicle’s future We also recommend that you should Turkey models: reliability and performance by paying not tow a trailer during the first 800 Israel models: extra attention to how you drive km (500 miles).

  • Page 234

    07/09/12 09:40:35 32SAA650_234 Service Station Procedures Filling the Fuel Tank ATTACHMENT Petrol is highly flammable and explosive. You can be burned or seriously injured FUEL FILL CAP when handling fuel. Stop the engine and keep heat, sparks, and flame away. Handle fuel only outdoors.

  • Page 235

    07/09/12 09:40:41 32SAA650_235 Service Station Procedures Stop filling the tank after the fuel Screw the fuel fill cap back on, Refer to page for high pressure nozzle automatically clicks off. Do tighten it until it clicks at least washing of the vehicle. not try to ‘‘top off’’...

  • Page 236

    07/09/12 09:40:48 32SAA650_236 Service Station Procedures If you can open the bonnet without Opening the Bonnet lifting the bonnet latch handle, or the BONNET RELEASE HANDLE LATCH bonnet latch handle moves stiffly or does not spring back as before, the mechanism should be cleaned and lubricated (see page Shift to Park or neutral and set the...

  • Page 237

    07/09/12 09:40:56 32SAA650_237 Service Station Procedures To close the bonnet, lift it up slightly Oil Check to remove the support rod from the All engines consume oil as part of hole. Put the support rod back into their normal operation, therefore, its holding clip.

  • Page 238

    07/09/12 09:41:03 32SAA650_238 Service Station Procedures DIPSTICK Remove the dipstick (orange loop). Wipe the dipstick with a clean Insert it all the way back in its tube. cloth or paper towel. CONTINUED Before Driving...

  • Page 239

    07/09/12 09:41:11 32SAA650_239 Service Station Procedures Refer to Engine Coolant Check Owner’s Maintenance Checks on page for information RESERVE TANK on checking other items in your vehicle. UPPER MARK LOWER MARK Remove the dipstick again and Look at the coolant level in the check the level.

  • Page 240

    07/09/12 09:41:17 32SAA650_240 Fuel Cutoff System (For some types) There is a fuel cutoff switch behind After the switch has activated, it the dashboard on the passenger’s must be reset by pressing the button FUEL CUTOFF SWITCH door side. before the engine can be restarted. To locate the switch, remove the dashboard cover first, then take off the side kick panel.

  • Page 241: Fuel Economy

    07/09/12 09:41:26 32SAA650_241 Fuel Economy The condition of your vehicle and A cold engine uses more fuel than a Driving Habits your driving habits are the two most You can improve fuel economy by warm engine. It is not necessary to important things that affect the fuel driving moderately.

  • Page 242

    07/09/12 09:41:36 32SAA650_242 Accessories and Modifications Modifying your vehicle, or installing capacity, they can interfere with the some non-Honda accessories, can operation of your vehicle, or even make your vehicle unsafe. Before cause the airbags to deploy. Improper accessories or you make any modifications or add modifications can affect your any accessories, be sure to read the...

  • Page 243: Accessories And Modifications

    07/09/12 09:41:45 32SAA650_243 Accessories and Modifications In addition, any modifications that Modifications On vehicles with side airbags Do not remove any original decrease ground clearance increase Do not attach hard objects on or equipment or modify your vehicle in the chance of undercarriage parts If a side airbag near a front door.

  • Page 244: Carrying Luggage

    07/09/12 09:41:51 32SAA650_244 Carrying Luggage Your vehicle has several convenient storage areas so you can stow luggage safely. LUGGAGE AREA The glove box, and the pockets (on some types) in the seat-backs, are designed for small, lightweight items. The luggage area is intended for larger, heavier items.

  • Page 245

    07/09/12 09:42:00 32SAA650_245 Carrying Luggage Load Limit Carrying Items in the Passenger When you load luggage, the total Compartment weight of the vehicle, all passengers, Store or secure all items that could Overloading or improper luggage and hitch must not exceed be thrown around and hurt loading can affect handling the maximum permissible weight.

  • Page 246

    07/09/12 09:42:08 32SAA650_246 Carrying Luggage If you carry large items that Carrying Luggage in the Luggage Area or on a Roof Rack prevent you from closing the Distribute luggage evenly on the tailgate, exhaust gas can enter the A normal bike rack must not be floor of the luggage area, placing passenger area.

  • Page 247

    07/09/12 09:42:10 32SAA650_247...

  • Page 248

    07/09/12 09:42:14 32SAA650_248 Driving This section gives you tips on Preparing to Drive ......246 Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) starting the engine under various Starting the Engine ......247 System ......... 264 conditions, and how to operate the Starting in Cold Weather Driving in Bad Weather ....

  • Page 249

    07/09/12 09:42:26 32SAA650_249 Preparing to Drive You should do the following checks Check the adjustment of the seat Turn the ignition switch to the ON and adjustments every day before (see page (II) position. Check the indicators you drive your vehicle. in the instrument panel.

  • Page 250: Starting The Engine

    07/09/12 09:42:35 32SAA650_250 Starting the Engine Apply the parking brake. Without touching the accelerator If the engine does not start within pedal, turn the ignition key to the 15 seconds, or starts but stalls In cold weather, turn off all START (III) position.

  • Page 251

    07/09/12 09:42:43 32SAA650_251 Starting the Engine, Manual Transmission Turn off all electrical accessories Starting in Cold Weather at High Manual Transmission Altitude (Above 2,400 metres/ to reduce the drain on the battery. 8,000 feet) An engine is harder to start in cold Push the accelerator pedal half- weather.

  • Page 252: Manual Transmission

    07/09/12 09:42:50 32SAA650_252 Manual Transmission Come to a full stop before you shift Recommended Shift Points into reverse. You can damage the Drive in the highest gear that lets transmission by trying to shift into the engine run and accelerate Rapid slowing or speeding- reverse with the vehicle moving.

  • Page 253

    07/09/12 09:42:56 32SAA650_253 Manual Transmission Maximum Allowable Speeds 1.2 SOHC model (Except KY models) The speeds in this table are the Gear Maximum allowable 1.3 /1.4 SOHC model maximum allowable speeds in each speeds (Except KY, KZ, KN, KM, KX and gear.

  • Page 254

    07/09/12 09:43:03 32SAA650_254 Automatic Transmission (CVT) The ‘‘D’’ indicator comes on for a Continuously Variable Shift Lever Position Indicator Transmission (CVT) few seconds when you turn the (For some types) ignition switch to the ON (II) Honda’s Continuously Variable position. If it flashes while driving (in Transmission’s unique design any shift position), it indicates a provides a smooth, constant flow of...

  • Page 255

    07/09/12 09:43:11 32SAA650_255 Automatic Transmission (CVT) This position mechani- Shift Lever Positions To shift from: Do this: Park (P) P to R Press the brake pedal and cally locks the transmission. Use Park whenever you are turning off or press the release button. SHIFT LEVER starting the engine.

  • Page 256

    07/09/12 09:43:17 32SAA650_256 Automatic Transmission (CVT) To shift from re- Use neutral if you Reverse (R) Neutral (N) verse to Park, see the explanation need to restart a stalled engine, or if under Park. To shift to reverse from it is necessary to stop briefly with neutral, come to a complete stop first.

  • Page 257

    07/09/12 09:43:21 32SAA650_257 Automatic Transmission (CVT) Selecting Sport shifts To shift to Low, press For faster acceleration when in D or Sport (S) Low (L) the transmission into a lower range the release button on the front of the S, the transmission will automatically of ratios for better acceleration and shift lever.

  • Page 258

    07/09/12 09:43:29 32SAA650_258 Automatic Transmission (CVT) Honda CVT 7 Speed Mode 7-Speed Auto Shift Mode (For some types) This CVT is provided with a seven-stage speed mode in the ‘‘D’’ and ‘‘S’’ position. The 7 Speed Mode has two options; the 7-speed auto shift mode and 7-speed manual shift mode.

  • Page 259

    07/09/12 09:43:38 32SAA650_259 Automatic Transmission (CVT) To release the 7-speed auto shift 7-Speed Manual Shift Mode mode and return to the ordinary ‘‘M’’ INDICATOR STEERING SHIFT SWITCHES automatic transmission (CVT), SWITCH) either press the 7 Speed Mode Main Switch or move the shift lever to another position.

  • Page 260

    07/09/12 09:43:49 32SAA650_260 Automatic Transmission (CVT) Execute this operation after If you stop without pressing the shift The 7-speed manual shift mode will confirming that the ‘‘M’’ indicator is switch, the speed will be not function under the following illuminated. automatically shifted down to the conditions.

  • Page 261

    07/09/12 09:43:57 32SAA650_261 Automatic Transmission (CVT) Remove the key from the Shift Shift Lock Release This allows you to move the shift Lock Release slot. Depress the lever out of Park if the normal brake pedal and restart the engine. method of pushing on the brake pedal and pressing the release If you need to use the Shift Lock...

  • Page 262

    07/09/12 09:44:05 32SAA650_262 Parking Always use the parking brake when If the vehicle is facing uphill, turn Parking Tips you park your vehicle. The indicator the front wheels away from the curb. Make sure the sunroof (on some on the instrument panel shows that If you have a manual transmission, types) and the windows are closed.

  • Page 263: The Braking System

    07/09/12 09:44:13 32SAA650_263 The Braking System Your vehicle is equipped with front Constant application of the brakes Brake Wear Indicators disc brakes. The brakes on the rear when going down a long hill builds The front disc brakes on all models wheels may be disc or drum, up heat and reduces their effective- have audible brake wear indicators.

  • Page 264

    07/09/12 09:44:23 32SAA650_264 The Braking System Brake System Design Anti-lock Brakes You should never pump the The hydraulic system that operates (For some types) brake pedal; this defeats the the brakes has two separate circuits. ABS (Anti-lock Brake System) helps purpose of the ABS.

  • Page 265

    07/09/12 09:44:30 32SAA650_265 The Braking System Important Safety Reminders A vehicle with ABS may require a ABS Indicator ABS does not reduce the time or longer distance to stop on loose or ABS INDICATOR distance it takes to stop the uneven surfaces, such as gravel or it only helps with steering snow, than a vehicle without anti-...

  • Page 266

    07/09/12 09:44:36 32SAA650_266 The Braking System If the ABS indicator and the brake For some types system indicator come on together, The VSA indicator will come on and the parking brake is fully along with the ABS indicator. released, the front-to-rear braking distribution system may also shut down.

  • Page 267

    07/09/12 09:44:42 32SAA650_267 Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) System (For some types) The Vehicle Stability Assist system The VSA system cannot enhance the VSA Activation Indicator helps to stabilize the vehicle during vehicle’s driving stability in all cornering if the vehicle turns more situations and does not control your VSA ACTIVATION INDICATOR or less than desired.

  • Page 268

    07/09/12 09:44:50 32SAA650_268 Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) System (For some types) If the VSA system indicator comes VSA System Indicator VSA Off Switch on while driving, pull to the side of In certain unusual conditions when VSA SYSTEM INDICATOR the road when it is safe and turn off your vehicle gets stuck in shallow the engine.

  • Page 269

    07/09/12 09:44:58 32SAA650_269 Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) System (For some types) VSA is turned on every time you VSA and Tyre Sizes start the engine, even if you turned it Driving with varying tyre or wheel off the last time you drove the sizes may cause the VSA to vehicle.

  • Page 270

    07/09/12 09:45:03 32SAA650_270 Driving in Bad Weather Always drive Exercise extra caution when driving Driving Technique slower than you would in dry in rain after a long dry spell. After weather. It takes your vehicle longer months of dry weather, the first to react, even in conditions that may rains bring oil to the surface of the seem just barely damp.

  • Page 271: Driving In Bad Weather

    07/09/12 09:45:11 32SAA650_271 Driving in Bad Weather Being able to see Check your tyres Visibility Traction clearly in all directions and being frequently for wear and proper visible to other drivers are important pressure. Both are important in in all weather conditions. This is preventing ‘‘aquaplaning’’...

  • Page 272

    07/09/12 09:45:17 32SAA650_272 Towing a Trailer (European models) Your vehicle has been designed Load Limits primarily to carry passengers and their luggage. You can use it to tow a trailer if you carefully observe the load limits, use the proper equipment, and follow the guidelines in this section.

  • Page 273

    07/09/12 09:45:25 32SAA650_273 Towing a Trailer (European models) For example, if the trailer and its The maximum towing weight load weigh 225 kg (500 lbs), the must not exceed the specified limit trailer nose load should be 22.5 kg as shown on page Exceeding load limits or (50 lbs).

  • Page 274

    07/09/12 09:45:34 32SAA650_274 Towing a Trailer (European models) Checking Loads Towing Equipment and Towbars The best way to confirm that vehicle Accessories Any towbar used on your vehicle and trailer weights are within limits Towing can require a variety of must be properly bolted to the is to have them checked at a public equipment, depending on the size of...

  • Page 275

    07/09/12 09:45:40 32SAA650_275 Towing a Trailer (European models) Since lighting and wiring vary in Trailer Brakes Trailer Lights If you are thinking of getting a trailer Your vehicle has a connector to trailer type and brand, you should that has brakes, be sure they are install an optional trailer lighting also have a qualified technician electronically actuated.

  • Page 276

    07/09/12 09:45:51 32SAA650_276 Towing a Trailer (European models) The lights and brakes on your Additional Trailer Equipment Pre-Tow Checklist There may be laws requiring special When preparing to tow, and before vehicle and the trailer are working outside mirrors when you are towing driving away, be sure to check the properly.

  • Page 277

    07/09/12 09:45:58 32SAA650_277 Towing a Trailer (European models) Driving Safely With a Trailer Towing Speeds and Gears For some types The added weight, length, and Drive slower than normal in all When driving uphill and downhill, height of a trailer will affect your driving situations, and obey posted use the 7-speed manual shift mode to vehicle’s handling and performance,...

  • Page 278

    07/09/12 09:46:03 32SAA650_278 Towing a Trailer (European models) If you must stop when facing uphill, Making Turns and Braking Driving on Hills Make turns more slowly and wider When climbing hills, closely watch use the foot brake or parking brake. than normal.

  • Page 279

    07/09/12 09:46:14 32SAA650_279 Towing a Trailer (European models) On vehicles with manual transmission Handling Crosswinds and Buffeting Parking When driving down hills, reduce Crosswinds and air turbulence Follow all normal precautions when your speed and shift down to 2nd caused by passing trucks can disrupt parking, including firmly setting the gear (manual).

  • Page 280

    07/09/12 09:46:19 32SAA650_280 Maintenance Regularly maintaining your vehicle is Maintenance Schedule ....278 Battery ..........309 the best way to protect your invest- Required Maintenance Record . 282 Replacing the Battery ....312 ment. You will be rewarded with Owner Maintenance Checks ..

  • Page 281: Maintenance Schedule

    07/09/12 09:46:26 32SAA650_281 Maintenance Schedule The Required Maintenance Schedule The services and time or distance We recommend the use of genuine specifies all maintenance required to intervals shown in the maintenance Honda parts and fluids or their keep your vehicle in peak operating schedule assume you will use your equivalent whenever you have condition.

  • Page 282

    07/09/12 09:46:44 32SAA650_282 Maintenance Schedule (Except EU) This Maintenance Schedule Service at the indicated distance km x 1,000 outlines the required minimum or time whichever comes first. miles x 1,000 12.5 25.0 37.5 50.0 62.5 75.0 87.5 100.0 112.5 125.0 months maintenance that you should Replace engine oil...

  • Page 283

    07/09/12 09:46:57 32SAA650_283 Maintenance Schedule (Except EU) Service at the indicated distance km x 1,000 or time whichever comes first. miles x 1,000 12.5 25.0 37.5 50.0 62.5 75.0 87.5 100.0 112.5 125.0 months Replace transmission fluid Normal Severe Normal Severe Inspect front and rear brakes Every 10,000 km (6,250 miles) or 6 months...

  • Page 284

    07/09/12 09:47:03 32SAA650_284 Maintenance Schedule (Except EU) Severe Driving Conditions If you drive your vehicle under one or more of the following severe conditions, the items described below must be serviced according to the maintenance schedule indicated as Severe. Severe Conditions: Driving less than 8 km (5 miles) per trip, or in freezing temperatures, driving less than 16 km (10 miles) per trip.

  • Page 285

    07/09/12 09:47:10 32SAA650_285 Required Maintenance Record (Except EU) Have your servicing dealer record all Required Maintenance below. Keep receipts for all work done on your vehicle. 20,000 km (Sign or Stamp) Km (Mi.) or Month 120,000 km (Sign or Stamp) Km (Mi.) or Month 12,500 Mi.

  • Page 286

    07/09/12 09:47:22 32SAA650_286 Owner’s Maintenance Checks You should check the following Automatic transmission (CVT) Air conditioning system (on some items at the use or specified intervals. Check the fluid level monthly. See types) Check its operation page weekly. See page Engine oil level Check every time you fill the fuel tank.

  • Page 287: Fluid Locations

    07/09/12 09:47:27 32SAA650_287 Fluid Locations Left-hand drive type CLUTCH FLUID (Manual Transmission only) (Gray cap) ENGINE OIL BRAKE FLUID FILL CAP (Black cap) RADIATOR CAP WASHER FLUID ENGINE COOLANT (Blue cap) RESERVOIR ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION (CVT) FLUID (Orange loop) DIPSTICK (Yellow loop) Maintenance...

  • Page 288

    07/09/12 09:47:31 32SAA650_288 Fluid Locations Right-hand drive type CLUTCH FLUID (Manual Transmission only) BRAKE FLUID (Gray cap) (Black cap) ENGINE OIL FILL CAP RADIATOR CAP WASHER FLUID ENGINE COOLANT (Blue cap) RESERVOIR ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION (CVT) FLUID (Orange loop) DIPSTICK (Yellow loop) Maintenance...

  • Page 289: Engine Oil

    Ambient Temperature the oil level. Do not fill above the gent oil. It is highly recommended upper mark; you could damage the that you use genuine Honda Motor European models engine. Oil in your vehicle for as long as you Except for European models own it.

  • Page 290

    07/09/12 09:47:48 32SAA650_290 Engine Oil Additives Changing the Oil and Filter Your vehicle does not need any oil Always change the oil and filter additives. Purchasing additives for according to the time and distance Repeated, prolonged the engine or transmission will not (kilometers/miles) recommenda- exposure to used motor oil increase your vehicle’s performance...

  • Page 291

    07/09/12 09:47:56 32SAA650_291 Engine Oil Run the engine until it reaches normal operating temperature, then shut it off. The oil, engine components and the exhaust system are hot and can burn you. Use caution and wear protective clothing while WASHER OIL DRAIN BOLT OIL FILTER working in the engine...

  • Page 292

    07/09/12 09:48:03 32SAA650_292 Engine Oil Put a new washer on the drain bolt, Replace the engine oil fill cap. Turn off the engine, let it sit for then reinstall the drain bolt. Start the engine. The oil pressure approximately 3 minutes, then Tighten it to: indicator light should go out within check the oil level.

  • Page 293

    07/09/12 09:48:11 32SAA650_293 Cooling System Always use genuine Honda All Adding Engine Coolant Season Antifreeze/Coolant Type 2. This coolant is pre-mixed with 50% Removing the radiator cap antifreeze and 50% water. It does not while the engine is hot can require any additional mixing.

  • Page 294: Cooling System

    07/09/12 09:48:18 32SAA650_294 Cooling System Pour the coolant slowly and carefully so you do not spill any. Clean up any spills immediately. Spilled coolant could damage components in the engine compartment. Put the radiator cap back on. Tighten it fully. RADIATOR CAP RESERVE TANK The coolant level should be up to...

  • Page 295

    07/09/12 09:48:25 32SAA650_295 Cooling System Turn the ignition switch to the ON Replacing Engine Coolant The cooling system should be (II) position. Turn the temperature completely drained and refilled with control dial to maximum heat. new coolant according to the time Turn the ignition off.

  • Page 296

    07/09/12 09:48:33 32SAA650_296 Cooling System COVER MOUNTING BOLT DRAIN PLUG AIR CLEANER HOSE Loosen the drain plug on the To remove the reserve tank to Remove the reserve tank cap, and bottom of the radiator. The drain the coolant, remove the air remove the mounting bolt with a coolant will drain through the cleaner hose, and remove the...

  • Page 297

    07/09/12 09:48:39 32SAA650_297 Cooling System Put the reserve tank back in place. When the coolant stops draining, FILLER NECK Reinstall and tighten the mounting tighten the drain plug at the bolt securely. bottom of the radiator. Reinstall the air cleaner hose, cover and reserve tank cap.

  • Page 298

    07/09/12 09:48:55 32SAA650_298 Cooling System The cooling system capacity is: Start the engine and let it run until the radiator cooling fan comes on at least twice. Then stop the With 5-speed Manual Transmission: engine. 3.9 (1.03 US gal , 0.86 Imp gal) 3.3 (0.87 US gal , 0.73 Imp gal) (For engine type: L12A1, L12A3, Make sure the engine and radiator...

  • Page 299: Windscreen Washers

    07/09/12 09:49:01 32SAA650_299 Windscreen Washers Check the level in the windscreen When you refill the reservoir, clean LEVEL GAUGE washer reservoir at least monthly the edges of the windscreen wiper during normal use. In bad weather, blades with windscreen washer fluid when you use the washers often, on a clean cloth.

  • Page 300: Transmission Fluid

    07/09/12 09:49:11 32SAA650_300 Transmission Fluid Automatic Transmission (CVT) DIPSTICK DIPSTICK Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) The engine and transmission must be at normal operating temperature before checking the fluid level. UPPER MARK Park the vehicle on level ground. LOWER MARK Start the engine and hold it at 1,500 rpm until the radiator fan comes on and rotate it twice.

  • Page 301

    07/09/12 09:49:19 32SAA650_301 Transmission Fluid If the level is below the lower Pour the fluid slowly and carefully so Insert the dipstick all the way back mark, add fluid into the filler hole you do not spill any. Clean up any into the transmission securely as to bring it to the level between the spills immediately.

  • Page 302

    07/09/12 09:49:29 32SAA650_302 Transmission Fluid, Brake and Clutch Fluid If genuine Honda MTF is not Manual Transmission Brake and Clutch Fluid available, you may use an API Check the fluid level in the reser- FILLER BOLT service SJ or higher grade motor oil voirs monthly.

  • Page 303: Brake And Clutch Fluid

    07/09/12 09:49:36 32SAA650_303 Brake and Clutch Fluid Low fluid level can indicate a leak in Brake System Clutch System (Manual transmission only) the clutch system. Have this system inspected as soon as possible. The fluid level should be between the MIN and MAX marks on the side The fluid level should be between of the reservoir.

  • Page 304: Air Cleaner Element

    07/09/12 09:49:48 32SAA650_304 Air Cleaner Element The air cleaner element should be CLIP replaced according to the time and distance recommendations in the maintenance schedule. Cleaning On vehicles with dry type air cleaner element The air cleaner element should also be cleaned according to the mainte- nance schedule.

  • Page 305

    07/09/12 09:49:55 32SAA650_305 Fuel Filter, Bonnet Latch Fuel Filter Bonnet Latch The fuel filter should be replaced according to the time and distance recommendations in the mainte- nance schedule. PIVOTS It is recommended to replace the fuel filter every 40,000 km (25,000 miles), or 2 years (except EU), if the fuel you are using is suspected to be contaminated with dust, etc.

  • Page 306: Spark Plugs

    07/09/12 09:50:03 32SAA650_306 Spark Plugs The spark plugs in your vehicle Replacement should be replaced according to the (Except 1.5 SOHC VTEC engine time and distance recommendations model) in the maintenance schedule. BOLTS CONNECTOR BOLT LOCK TAB IGNITION COIL Remove the two holding bolts by Use a wrench to remove the bolt using a wrench.

  • Page 307

    07/09/12 09:50:10 32SAA650_307 Spark Plugs Remove the spark plug with a 16 Put the new spark plug into the Torque the spark plug. (If you do mm (5/8 inch) spark plug socket. socket, then screw it into the hole. not have a torque wrench, tighten Screw it in by hand so you do not the spark plug 2/3 of a turn after it crossthread it.

  • Page 308

    07/09/12 09:50:19 32SAA650_308 Spark Plugs Specifications: 1.2 engine model, 1.3 engine Tighten the spark plugs carefully. A model, 1.4 engine model and 1.5 spark plug that is too loose can SOHC engine model IGNITION COILS overheat and damage the engine. NGK: BKR6E-11 Overtightening can cause damage to...

  • Page 309

    07/09/12 09:50:28 32SAA650_309 Spark Plugs Replacement (1.5 SOHC VTEC engine model) BOLT CONNECTOR BOLTS LOCK TAB IGNITION COIL Remove the two holding bolts by Use a wrench to remove the bolt Remove the spark plug with a 16 using a wrench. Remove the cover holding the ignition coil.

  • Page 310

    07/09/12 09:50:36 32SAA650_310 Spark Plugs Tighten the spark plugs carefully. A spark plug that is too loose can overheat and damage the engine. Overtightening can cause damage to the threads in the cylinder head. Push the wire connector onto the ignition coil.

  • Page 311

    07/09/12 09:50:44 32SAA650_311 Spark Plugs Specifications: 1.5 SOHC VTEC engine model NGK: IZFR6K13 IGNITION COILS DENSO: SKJ20DR-M13 Iridium spark plug does not need the gap adjustment. Brazil, Argentina, Chile models NGK: ZFR6J-11 DENSO: KJ20CR-L11 Spark Plug Gap: 1.1 mm (0.04 in) 0.1 mm Repeat this procedure for the other three spark plugs.

  • Page 312

    07/09/12 09:50:52 32SAA650_312 Battery Check the condition of your vehicle’s Emergency Procedures battery monthly. You should check the colour of the test indicator Eyes Flush with water from a cup The battery contains sulfuric window, and for corrosion on the or other container for at least 15 acid (electrolyte) which is terminals.

  • Page 313

    07/09/12 09:50:57 32SAA650_313 Battery Check the battery terminals for TEST INDICATOR WINDOW TEST INDICATOR WINDOW corrosion (a white or yellowish powder). To remove it, cover the terminals with a solution of baking soda and water. It will bubble up and turn brown.

  • Page 314

    07/09/12 09:51:03 32SAA650_314 Battery If you need to connect the battery to a charger, disconnect both cables to prevent damage to the vehicle’s electrical system. On vehicles with driver’s window auto feature If your vehicle’s battery is disconnected or goes dead, the AUTO feature of the driver’s window will be disabled.

  • Page 315

    07/09/13 18:22:09 32SAA650_315 Battery, Replacing the Battery Replacing the Battery Charging the battery with the cables BATTERY NEGATIVE BATTERY On vehicles with automatic transmission BRACKET TERMINAL STAY connected can seriously damage (For some types) your vehicle’s electronic controls. Whenever the battery has been Detach the battery cables before disconnected, wait more than 10 connecting the battery to a charger.

  • Page 316

    07/09/12 09:51:23 32SAA650_316 Replacing the Battery Open the positive battery terminal To install a new battery, reverse this cover. Loosen the bolt on the procedure. positive battery cable, then disconnect the cable from the This symbol on the battery positive ( ) terminal. means that this product must not be treated as household Loosen the nut on each side of the...

  • Page 317: Wiper Blades

    07/09/12 09:51:30 32SAA650_317 Wiper Blades Check the condition of the wiper WIPER ARMS blades at least every six months. Look for signs of cracking in the LOCK TAB rubber, or areas that are getting hard. Replace the blades if you find these signs, or if they leave streaks and unwiped areas when used.

  • Page 318

    07/09/12 09:51:38 32SAA650_318 Wiper Blades Slide the new wiper blade into the BLADE BLADE holder fully. Slide the wiper blade assembly onto the wiper arm. Make sure it locks in place. Lower the wiper arm down against the windscreen. Lower the passenger’s side first, then the driver’s side.

  • Page 319

    07/09/12 09:51:47 32SAA650_319 Wiper Blades BLADE REINFORCEMENT Examine the new wiper blade. If it Insert both ends of the blade into To replace the rear wiper blade: has no plastic or metal rein- the holder. Make sure they are Raise the wiper arm off the forcement along the back edge, secure.

  • Page 320

    07/09/12 09:51:53 32SAA650_320 Air Conditioning System (For some types) Periodically check the engine’s If the air conditioning does not get as AIR CONDITIONING CONDENSER radiator and air conditioning cold as before, have your dealer condenser for leaves, insects, and check the system. Recharge the dirt stuck to the front surface.

  • Page 321

    07/09/12 09:52:02 32SAA650_321 Dust and Pollen Filter (For some types) The dust and pollen filter removes The dust and pollen filter should be Replacement pollen and dust that is brought in replaced at short intervals if you TABS from the outside through the heating drive primarily in urban areas that and cooling system/climate control have high concentrations of soot in...

  • Page 322

    07/09/12 09:52:08 32SAA650_322 Dust and Pollen Filter (For some types) Install the new filter. Reinstall the filter case and tray box. Make sure TABS the arrows of the ‘‘AIR FLOW’’ marks on the filter point to the air flow direction(downward). Close the glove box.

  • Page 323: Drive Belts

    07/09/12 09:52:18 32SAA650_323 Drive Belts On vehicles with Electric Power Drive Belts Steering (EPS), there is no power On vehicles with A/C On vehicles without A/C steering belt. Check the compressor belt only (the alternator belt on vehicles without air conditioning system).

  • Page 324

    07/09/12 09:52:26 32SAA650_324 Tyres To safely operate your vehicle, your Check the pressure in the tyres Inflation tyres must be the proper type and Keeping the tyres properly inflated when they are cold. This means the size, in good condition with adequate provides the best combination of vehicle has been parked for at least 3 tread, and correctly inflated.

  • Page 325

    07/09/12 09:52:35 32SAA650_325 Tyres You should use your own tyre Inspection TREAD WEAR INDICATOR pressure gauge and use it whenever Every time you check inflation, you you check your tyre pressures. This should also examine the tyres for will make it easier for you to tell if a damage, foreign objects, and wear.

  • Page 326

    07/09/12 09:52:44 32SAA650_326 Tyres Make sure the installer balances the Maintenance Tyre Rotation In addition to proper inflation, wheels when you have new tyres correct wheel alignment helps to installed. This increases riding Front decrease tyre wear. If you find a tyre comfort and tyre life.

  • Page 327

    07/09/12 09:52:51 32SAA650_327 Tyres When shopping for replacement Replacing Tyres and Wheels For non-directional tyres and wheels tyres, you may find that some tyres The tyres that came with your Front are ‘‘directional.’’ This means they vehicle were selected to match the are designed to rotate only in one performance capabilities of the direction.

  • Page 328

    07/09/12 09:53:01 32SAA650_328 Tyres It is best to replace all four tyres at Wheels and Tyres the same time. If that is not possible or necessary, then replace the two Wheels: Installing improper tyres on front tyres or the two rear tyres as a your vehicle can affect 14 x 5 1/2 JJ handling and stability.

  • Page 329

    07/09/12 09:53:07 32SAA650_329 Tyres Install the winter tyres according to Winter Tyres Tyre Chains Because of the limited qualification the remarks in the registration paper. Use snow chains only in an for limited use of summer tyres we According to the EEC Directive for emergency or when they are legally recommend the use of winter tyres types, when winter tyres are used, it...

  • Page 330

    07/09/12 09:53:14 32SAA650_330 Tyres When you have installed tyre chains, (EU models) drive at less than 30 km/h (19 mph) Use only the specified chains or their equivalents for your tyres as listed. on roads covered with snow or ice. To minimize tyre and chain wear, Tyre Size Chain Type...

  • Page 331

    07/09/12 09:53:18 32SAA650_331 Lights Check the operation of your vehicle’s exterior lights at least once a month. A burned out bulb can create an POSITION LIGHT unsafe condition by reducing your vehicle’s visibility and the ability to signal your intentions to other SIDE TURN drivers.

  • Page 332

    07/09/12 09:53:25 32SAA650_332 Lights Check the following: 1, 2 HIGH-MOUNT BRAKE LIGHT For some types Headlights (low and high beam) Position lights REAR TURN SIGNAL LIGHT Tail-lights STOP/TAIL-LIGHT Brake lights BACK-UP LIGHT Turn signals Side turn signals Back-up lights Hazard light function Licence plate lights High-mount brake light STOP/TAIL-LIGHT...

  • Page 333

    07/09/12 09:53:33 32SAA650_333 Lights Headlight Aiming Headlights with High Voltage Replacing a Headlight Bulb (For some types) Discharge Tubes Your vehicle has halogen headlight (For some types) bulbs, one on each side. When Except for vehicles with headlight The low beam headlight bulbs are a replacing a bulb, handle it by its steel adjuster The headlights were properly aimed...

  • Page 334

    07/09/12 09:53:43 32SAA650_334 Lights HOLDING CLIP WEATHER SEAL SLOT CONNECTOR BULB HOLD-DOWN WIRE Remove the electrical connector Insert the new bulb into the hole, If you are changing the bulb on the left side, start the engine, turn from the bulb by pulling the making sure the tabs are in their the steering wheel all the way to connector straight back.

  • Page 335

    07/09/12 09:53:53 32SAA650_335 Lights Replacing a Front Turn Signal HOLD-DOWN WIRE Light Bulb (Left side) HOLDING CLIP SLOT BULB Push the electrical connector onto the tabs of the new bulb. Make SOCKET sure the hold-down wire locks in place. Open the bonnet. Remove the socket from the Turn on the headlights to test the The front turn signal light is next...

  • Page 336

    07/09/12 09:54:05 32SAA650_336 Lights Pull the bulb straight out of its (Right side) socket. Push the new bulb straight into the socket until it bottoms. Insert the socket back into the headlight assembly. Turn it clockwise to lock it in place. Turn on the lights and check that the new bulb is working.

  • Page 337

    07/09/12 09:54:15 32SAA650_337 Lights Insert the socket back into the Replacing a Front Position Light/ headlight assembly. Turn it Side Turn Signal Bulb clockwise to lock it in place. SOCKET HOLDING CLIP Turn on the lights and check that the new bulb is working. Put the windscreen washer BULBS reservoir back in place.

  • Page 338

    07/09/12 09:54:24 32SAA650_338 Lights Insert the socket back into the Replacing Rear Bulbs headlight assembly. Turn it BULB clockwise to lock it in place. Test the lights to make sure the new bulb is working. Put the inner fender in place. Install the two holding clips.

  • Page 339

    07/09/12 09:54:34 32SAA650_339 Lights Remove the burned out bulb by Replacing a Side Turn Signal Bulb pulling it straight out of its socket. (For some types) For some types Install the new bulb in the socket. BULB Test the lights to make sure the SOCKET new bulb is working.

  • Page 340

    07/09/12 09:54:45 32SAA650_340 Lights Pull the bulb straight out of its Replacing a Rear Licence Plate socket. Bulb Push the new bulb straight into the socket until it bottoms. Put the socket back into its hole in the lens and turn it clockwise until it locks.

  • Page 341

    07/09/12 09:54:53 32SAA650_341 Lights Replacing a Front Fog Light Bulb For some types (For some types) Your vehicle uses halogen light bulbs. When replacing a bulb, handle it by its plastic case and protect the glass from contact with your skin or hard objects.

  • Page 342

    07/09/12 09:55:04 32SAA650_342 Lights Insert the new bulb into the hole Replacing Bulbs in the Interior BULB and turn it one-quarter turn clock- Lights wise to lock it in place. FRONT CEILING LIGHT (For some types) Push the electrical connector back onto the bulb.

  • Page 343

    07/09/12 09:55:12 32SAA650_343 Lights Replacing the Individual Map Light Bulbs (For some types) REAR CEILING LIGHT LUGGAGE AREA LIGHT BULB BULB Push Remove the bulb by pulling it straight out of its metal tabs. Check which bulb is burned out. Push on the lens of the opposite Push the new bulb into the metal side you are replacing.

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    07/09/12 09:55:24 32SAA650_344 Lights Replacing a High-mount Brake Light Bulb BULBS BULB SOCKET Open the tailgate. Pull the bulb straight out of its Remove the bulb by pulling it Remove the light assembly cover socket. straight out of the bulb holder. by pushing the tabs on both sides Push the new bulb straight into and pulling the cover down.

  • Page 345

    07/09/12 09:55:34 32SAA650_345 Lights, Storing Your Vehicle Put the socket back into the light Leave the parking brake off. Put Storing Your Vehicle assembly and turn it clockwise to If you need to park your vehicle for the transmission in reverse lock it in place.

  • Page 346: Storing Your Vehicle

    07/09/12 09:55:39 32SAA650_346 Storing Your Vehicle To minimize sticking, apply a If you store your vehicle for 1 year or In EU countries, follow the silicone spray lubricant to all door longer, have your dealer perform the Maintenance Schedule in the and tailgate seals.

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  • Page 348: Appearance Care

    07/09/12 09:55:45 32SAA650_348 Appearance Care Regular cleaning and polishing of Exterior Care ........346 your vehicle helps to keep it ‘‘new’’ Washing ........346 looking. This section gives you hints Roof Antenna ......347 on how to clean your vehicle and Waxing ........

  • Page 349: Exterior Care

    07/09/12 09:55:54 32SAA650_349 Exterior Care Check the body for road tar, tree Washing Frequent washing helps preserve sap, etc. Remove these stains with your vehicle’s beauty. Dirt and grit When washing the vehicle with a tar remover or turpentine. Rinse it can scratch the paint, while tree sap high pressure washing system, the off immediately so it does not...

  • Page 350

    07/09/12 09:56:03 32SAA650_350 Exterior Care Polishes Polishes and cleaner/ Antenna Waxing Roof Antenna Always wash and dry the whole waxes can restore the shine to paint vehicle before waxing it. You should that has oxidized and lost some of its wax your vehicle, including the metal shine.

  • Page 351

    07/09/12 09:56:10 32SAA650_351 Exterior Care Chemical solvents or strong cleaners Aluminium Wheels Paint Touch-up (For some types) Your dealer has touch-up paint to may cause discolouration or stain the Clean your vehicle’s aluminium alloy match your vehicle’s colour. The seat or other interior parts. Be wheels as you do the rest of the colour code is printed on a sticker on careful when you use such a...

  • Page 352: Interior Care

    07/09/12 09:56:17 32SAA650_352 Interior Care If you remove the floor mat, make Carpeting Floor Mats Vacuum the carpeting frequently to sure to re-anchor it when you put it remove dirt. Ground-in dirt will make back in your vehicle. the carpet wear out faster. Periodically shampoo the carpet to If you replace it, use a genuine keep it looking new.

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    07/09/12 09:56:26 32SAA650_353 Interior Care Fabric Leather Seat Belts Vacuum dirt and dust out of the (For some types) material frequently. For general Vacuum dirt and dust from the LOOP cleaning, use a solution of mild soap leather frequently. Pay particular and lukewarm water, letting it air dry.

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    07/09/12 09:56:33 32SAA650_354 Interior Care Dirt build-up in the loops of the seat Air Fresheners belt anchors can cause the belts to If you want to use an air freshener/ retract slowly. Wipe the insides of The rear window demister is bonded deodorizer in the interior of your the loops with a clean cloth to the inside of the glass.

  • Page 355: Corrosion Protection

    07/09/12 09:56:41 32SAA650_355 Corrosion Protection Two factors normally contribute to Many corrosion-preventive measures Use a high-pressure spray to clean causing corrosion in your vehicle: are built into your vehicle. You can the underside of your vehicle. This help keep your vehicle from is especially important in areas Moisture trapped in body cavities.

  • Page 356

    07/09/12 09:56:45 32SAA650_356 Taking Care of the Unexpected This section covers the more- Compact Spare Tyre ..... . 354 common problems that motorists Changing a Flat Tyre ....355 experience with their vehicles. It If Your Engine Won’t Start ..

  • Page 357

    07/09/12 09:56:55 32SAA650_357 Compact Spare Tyre (For some types) Your vehicle has a compact spare Do not mount snow chains on the INDICATOR LOCATION MARK tyre that takes up less space. Use compact spare. this spare tyre as a temporary Do not use the compact spare tyre replacement only.

  • Page 358: Changing A Flat Tyre

    07/09/12 09:57:07 32SAA650_358 Changing a Flat Tyre If you have a flat tyre while driving, Park the vehicle on firm, level and stop in a safe place to change it. non-slippery ground, away from Stopping in traffic or on the shoulder Use the jack that came with your traffic.

  • Page 359

    07/09/12 09:57:18 32SAA650_359 Changing a Flat Tyre EXTENSION HOOK STRAP TOOL KIT JACK For some types TOOL KIT JACK WHEEL COVER Open the tailgate. Raise the Take the jack out of the luggage On some types, remove the wheel luggage area floor by lifting up on area.

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    07/09/12 09:57:25 32SAA650_360 Changing a Flat Tyre EXTENSION WHEEL WRENCH WHEEL WRENCH JACKING POINT Loosen the four wheel nuts 1/2 Locate the jacking point nearest Use the extension and wheel turn with the wheel wrench. the tyre you need to change. It is wrench as shown to raise the pointed to by an arrow moulded vehicle until the flat tyre is off the...

  • Page 361

    07/09/12 09:57:32 32SAA650_361 Changing a Flat Tyre BRAKE HUB WHEEL NUTS Remove the wheel nuts. Remove the flat tyre. Temporarily Before mounting the spare tyre, place the flat tyre on the ground wipe any dirt off the mounting with the outside surface of the surface of the wheel and hub with wheel facing up.

  • Page 362

    07/09/12 09:57:38 32SAA650_362 Changing a Flat Tyre Put on the spare tyre. Put the Lower the vehicle to the ground Tighten the wheel nuts securely in wheel nuts back on finger-tight, and remove the jack. the same crisscross pattern. Have then tighten them in a crisscross the wheel nut torque checked at pattern with the wheel wrench...

  • Page 363

    07/09/12 09:57:48 32SAA650_363 Changing a Flat Tyre Store the jack in its holder. Turn For compact spare tyre For normal tyre the jack’s end bracket clockwise to WING BOLT lock it in place. Store the tools. Replace the cover. SPACER CONE Loose items can fly around the interior in a crash and...

  • Page 364

    07/09/12 09:57:58 32SAA650_364 If Your Engine Won’t Start Diagnosing why your engine won’t On some manual transmission Nothing Happens or the Starter start falls into two areas, depending Motor Operates Very Slowly models, the clutch pedal must be on what you hear when you turn the When you turn the ignition switch to pushed all the way to the floor or the key to the START (III) position:...

  • Page 365: If Your Engine Won't Start

    07/09/12 09:58:06 32SAA650_365 If Your Engine Won’t Start If the headlights dim noticeably or There may be an electrical The Starter Operates Normally go out when you try to start the In this case, the starter motor’s problem, such as no power to the engine, either the battery is dis- speed sounds normal, or even faster fuel pump.

  • Page 366: Jump Starting

    07/09/12 09:58:13 32SAA650_366 Jump Starting If your vehicle’s battery has run For some types down, you may be able to start the engine by using a booster battery. Although this seems like a simple procedure, you should take several precautions. A battery can explode if you do not follow the correct procedure, seriously injuring...

  • Page 367

    07/09/12 09:58:21 32SAA650_367 Jump Starting To jump start your vehicle, follow these directions closely: Open the bonnet and check the physical condition of the battery (see page ). In very cold weather, check the condition of the electrolyte. If it seems slushy or like ice, do not try jump starting until it thaws.

  • Page 368

    07/09/12 09:58:29 32SAA650_368 Jump Starting If the booster battery is in another vehicle, have an assistant start that vehicle and run it at a fast idle. Start your vehicle. If the starter motor still operates slowly, check the jumper cable connections to make sure they have good metal- to-metal contact.

  • Page 369: If Your Engine Overheats

    07/09/12 09:58:37 32SAA650_369 If Your Engine Overheats The high temperature indicator If you do not see steam or spray, should not come on under most leave the engine running and conditions. It may begin to blink if watch the high temperature Steam and spray from an you are driving up a long steep hill indicator.

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    07/09/12 09:58:45 32SAA650_370 If Your Engine Overheats Look for any obvious coolant leaks, Start the engine and set the such as a split radiator hose. temperature control dial to Everything is still extremely hot, maximum. Add coolant to the Removing the radiator cap so use caution.

  • Page 371: Low Oil Pressure Indicator

    07/09/12 09:58:53 32SAA650_371 Low Oil Pressure Indicator If necessary, add oil to bring the LOW OIL PRESSURE INDICATOR level back to the full mark on the Running the engine with low oil dipstick (see page pressure can cause serious mechani- cal damage almost immediately.

  • Page 372: Charging System Indicator

    07/09/12 09:58:59 32SAA650_372 Charging System Indicator Immediately turn off all electrical By eliminating as much of the CHARGING SYSTEM INDICATOR accessories: radio, heater, A/C, rear electrical load as possible, you can demister, etc. Try not to use other drive several kilometers (miles) electrically-operated controls such as before the battery is too discharged the power windows.

  • Page 373: Malfunction Indicator Lamp

    07/09/12 09:59:05 32SAA650_373 Malfunction Indicator Lamp If this indicator comes on, safely pull MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP off the road and turn off the engine. Restart the engine and watch the If you keep driving with the indicator. If it stays on, have your malfunction indicator lamp on, you vehicle checked by the dealer as can damage your vehicle’s emissions...

  • Page 374: Brake System Indicator

    07/09/12 09:59:12 32SAA650_374 Brake System Indicator brake fluid reservoir. Press lightly on Slow down by shifting to a lower the brake pedal to see if it feels gear, and pull to the side of the road normal. If it does, check the brake when it is safe.

  • Page 375

    07/09/12 09:59:18 32SAA650_375 Opening the Fuel Fill Door When you are unable to unlock the fuel fill door, as an emergency operation, move the actuator aside from the luggage area and unlock the fuel fill door. SCREWS ACTUATOR UNIT COVER Open the tailgate.

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    07/09/12 09:59:27 32SAA650_376 Closing the Sunroof (For some types) If the electric motor will not close SOCKET ROUND PLUG the sunroof, do the following: Check the fuse for the sunroof motor (see page ). If the fuse is blown, replace it with one of the same or lower rating.

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    07/09/12 09:59:33 32SAA650_377 Fuses All the electrical circuits in your INTERIOR UNDER-BONNET vehicle have fuses to protect them from a short circuit or overload. These fuses are located in two fuse boxes. The interior fuse box is underneath The under-bonnet fuse box is located the steering column.

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    07/09/13 18:22:20 32SAA650_378 Fuses Checking and Replacing Fuses If something electrical in your vehicle stops working, the first thing you should check for is a blown fuse. Determine from the chart on page , or the diagram on the fuse box lid, which fuse or fuses control that component.

  • Page 379

    07/09/12 09:59:50 32SAA650_379 Fuses If you cannot drive the vehicle BLOWN without fixing the problem, and you do not have a spare fuse, take a fuse Replacing a fuse with one that has a of the same rating or a lower rating higher rating greatly increases the from one of the other circuits.

  • Page 380

    07/09/12 09:59:57 32SAA650_380 Fuses On vehicles with driver’s window auto UNDER-BONNET FUSE BOX feature If the driver’s power window fuse is removed, the AUTO feature of the driver’s window will be disabled. You should reset the AUTO feature (see page For some types When the audio system is disabled, the clock setting in the audio system...

  • Page 381

    07/09/12 10:00:04 32SAA650_381 Fuses (For some types) Circuits Protected Blower Relay Main Fuse Battery Fog Light Sunroof Back up Small Light Cooling Fan Condenser Fan Right Headlight Left Headlight Hazard The fuses contained in the under-bonnet fuse box vary ABS (F/S) slightly depending on models.

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    07/09/12 10:00:11 32SAA650_382 Fuses INTERIOR FUSE BOX (For some types) The fuses contained in the interior fuse box vary slightly FUSE BOX LABEL (For some types) depending on models. On some models, the locations of fuses are shown with symbols on the fuse label. Refer to the table in the next page for the fuses on your vehicle.

  • Page 383

    07/09/12 10:00:16 32SAA650_383 Fuses INTERIOR FUSE BOX Circuits Protected Circuits Protected Back Lights Front Passenger’s Power Window Ignition Coil 2 Rear Fog Light Meter Sunroof , Heated Mirrors Turn Signal Lights Not Used Front Fog Lights Front Wiper Not Used Not Used Not Used Not Used...

  • Page 384: Emergency Towing

    07/09/12 10:00:25 32SAA650_384 Emergency Towing If your vehicle needs to be towed, The tow Shift to D position for 5 seconds, Sling-type Equipment call a professional towing service or, truck uses metal cables with hooks then to N. if you belong to one, an organization on the ends.

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    07/09/12 10:00:31 32SAA650_385 Emergency Towing For some types If your vehicle is equipped with a front spoiler, remove it before The steering system can be Trying to lift or tow your vehicle by towing so it is not damaged. damaged if the steering wheel is the bumpers will cause serious locked.

  • Page 386

    07/09/12 10:00:39 32SAA650_386 Emergency Towing If Your Vehicle Gets Stuck FRONT TOWING HOOK COVER If your vehicle gets stuck in sand, mud, or snow, call a towing service to pull it out (see page When towing your vehicle, you can use the detachable front towing hook equipped with your vehicle.

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  • Page 388: Technical Information

    07/09/12 10:00:45 32SAA650_388 Technical Information The diagrams in this section give Identification Numbers ....386 you the dimensions and capacities of Specifications ........ . 388 your vehicle, and the location of Emissions Controls ......394 identification numbers. This section Three Way Catalytic Converter .

  • Page 389: Identification Numbers

    07/09/12 10:00:53 32SAA650_389 Identification Numbers Your vehicle has several identifying numbers located in various places. The Chassis Number is stamped on the radiator support bulkhead. The Engine Number is stamped CHASSIS NUMBER/ENGINE NUMBER/ into the engine block. VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (VIN) The Manual Transmission ENGINE NUMBER Number is on a label on top of the...

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    07/09/12 10:00:57 32SAA650_390 Identification Numbers On some types, the chassis number/ chassis and engine numbers also VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (VIN) appear on the plate attached to the right damper housing. On some other types, a certification plate is attached to the driver’s doorjamb.

  • Page 391: Specifications

    07/09/12 10:01:15 32SAA650_391 Specifications Dimensions The mounting point/rear over Length hang of coupling device Dimensions Normal Bumper 3,845 mm (151.4 in) 484 mm (19.1 in) Sport Bumper 3,855 mm (151.8 in) 450 mm (17.7 in) Width 1,675 mm (65.9 in) 410 mm (16.1 in) Height 1,525 mm (60.0 in)

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    07/09/12 10:01:31 32SAA650_392 Specifications Weights Curb weight 999 1,075 kg (2,202 2,370 lbs) Max. towing weight Manual transmission 995 1,010 kg (2,194 2,227 lbs) (EU) Trailer with brakes 1,010 1,040 kg (2,227 2,293 lbs) 1,000 kg (2,205 lbs) 1,015 1,040 kg (2,238 2,293 lbs) 800 kg (1,764 lbs) 981 1,040 kg (2,163 2,293 lbs) Trailer without...

  • Page 393

    07/09/12 10:01:43 32SAA650_393 Specifications Engine Type Water cooled 4-stroke Compression 10.1 : 1 SOHC (SOHC VTEC ) in line, ratio 10.4 : 1 4-cylinder gasoline engine 10.5 : 1 Bore x Stroke 1.2 engine 73 x 74.4 mm (2.87 x 2.93 in) 10.8 : 1 1.3 engine 73 x 80 mm (2.87 x 3.15 in)

  • Page 394

    07/09/12 10:01:56 32SAA650_394 Specifications Capacities Fuel tank Approx. Including the coolant in the reserve tank and that remaining in the 42 (11.1 US gal , 9.2 Imp gal) engine. Engine coolant Reserve tank capacity: Manual transmission 0.4 (0.11 US gal , 0.09 Imp gal) Change 3.9 (1.03 US gal , 0.86 Imp gal) For engine type: L12A1, L12A3, L13A1, L13A2, L13A4, L13A5...

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    07/09/12 10:02:12 32SAA650_395 Specifications Capacities Tyres Engine oil Change Size/Pressure See tyre information label on Including driver’s doorjamb or ask dealer filter 3.6 (3.8 US qt , 3.2 Imp qt) for information. Without filter 3.4 (3.6 US qt , 3.0 Imp qt) Alignment Total 4.2 (4.4 US qt , 3.7 Imp qt)

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    07/09/12 10:02:35 32SAA650_396 Specifications Battery Lights Capacity 12 V 28 AH/5 HR Headlights 12 V 60/55 W (H4/HB2) 1, 2 12 V 35 AH/20 HR 12 V 35 W Front turn signal lights 12 V 21 W Fuses Front position lights 12 V Interior See page 379 or the fuse label...

  • Page 397: Emissions Controls

    07/09/12 10:02:41 32SAA650_397 Emissions Controls The burning of petrol in your vehicle’s Crankcase Emissions Control Evaporative Emissions Control engine produces several byproducts. System System Some of these are carbon monoxide Your vehicle has a Positive As petrol evaporates in the fuel tank, (CO), oxides of nitrogen (NOx) and Crankcase Ventilation System.

  • Page 398

    07/09/12 10:02:48 32SAA650_398 Emissions Controls Exhaust Emissions Controls PGM-FI System Three Way Catalytic Converter The exhaust emissions controls The PGM-FI System uses sequential The three way catalytic converter is include three or four systems: PGM- multiport fuel injection. in the exhaust system. Through FI, Ignition Timing Control, Exhaust It has three subsystems: Air Intake, chemical reactions, it converts HC,...

  • Page 399

    07/09/12 10:02:55 32SAA650_399 Three Way Catalytic Converter The three way catalytic converter Keep the engine tuned-up. contains precious metals that serve as catalysts, promoting chemical Have your vehicle diagnosed and reactions to convert the exhaust repaired if it is misfiring, back- gasses without affecting the metals.

  • Page 400

    07/09/12 10:03:00 32SAA650_400 Index Aquaplaning ........268 Beverage Holder ......141 Ashtray ..........142 Bonnet Latch ........302 Accessories and Modifications . 239 Audio System ........ . 167 Bonnet, Opening the ..... 233 Accessories ........ .

  • Page 401

    07/09/12 10:03:04 32SAA650_401 Index Bulb Replacement Ceiling Light ........145 Roof Antenna ......347 Back-up Lights ......335 Certification Plate ......387 Seat Belts ........350 Brake Lights ....... 335 Chains ..........326 Vinyl ...........

  • Page 402

    07/09/12 10:03:10 32SAA650_402 Index Dead Battery, What to Do ... . 363 Oil Pressure Indicator ..92, 368 Defog and Defrost ....154, 165 Oil, What Kind to Use ....286 Demister, Rear Window ....106 Economy, Fuel ......

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    07/09/12 10:03:15 32SAA650_403 Index Floor Mats ........349 Head Restraints ......125 Fluids Heating and Cooling ..... . 148 Automatic Transmission ... 289 Gauges ..........96 High Altitude, Starting at ....248 Brake .......... . 300 Fuel ..........

  • Page 404

    07/09/12 10:03:22 32SAA650_404 Index Indicator Lights, Instrument Lubricant Specifications Panel ..........86 Chart ........391, 392 Individual Map Lights ....144 Lane Change, Signaling ....103 Luggage ......... . 241 Infant Restraint ....... . 24 Lap Belt ........

  • Page 405

    07/09/12 10:03:27 32SAA650_405 Index New Vehicle Break-in ....230 Protecting Children ......24 Normal Shift Speeds ..... . 249 Protecting Infants ......39 NOTICE, Explanation of ....Paint Touch-up ....... 348 Protecting Larger Children ..55 Numbers, Identification ....

  • Page 406

    07/09/12 10:03:31 32SAA650_406 Index Replacement Information Head Restraints ......14 Setting the Clock . 173, 190, 207, 218 Air Cleaner Element ....301 Seat Belts ........10 Shift Lever Position Indicator ..251 Dust and Pollen Filter ....

  • Page 407

    07/09/12 10:03:35 32SAA650_407 Index SRS, Additional Information Checking Fluid Level, SRS Components ......73 Manual ........299 SRS Service ........77 Tachometer ........96 Fluid Selection ....298, 299 SRS Indicator ......76, 91 Tailgate ..........

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    07/09/12 10:03:40 32SAA650_408 Index Warning Labels, Location of ..80 Rear Window Wiper and Washers, Windscreen Washer ........105 Underside, Cleaning ..... . 352 Checking the Fluid Level ..296 Worn Tyres ........322 Unexpected, Taking Care Operation ........

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