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06/08/05 21:43:40 32SMG610_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 versions. Therefore, you may find descriptions of equipment and features that are not
on your particular vehicle.
The information and specifications included in this publication were in effect at the time of approval for printing.
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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

    The information and specifications included in this publication were in effect at the time of approval for printing. Honda Motor Co., Ltd. reserves the right, however, to discontinue or change specifications or design at any time without notice and without incurring any obligation whatsoever.

  • Page 2

    06/08/05 21:43:49 32SMG610_002 Introduction Congratulations! Your selection was a wise investment. It will give you years As you read this manual, you will 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

    06/08/05 21:43:59 32SMG610_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, is very important. And operating this including: vehicle safely is an important responsibility. Safety Labels on the vehicle.

  • Page 4

    06/08/05 21:44:12 32SMG610_004 Contents Turn to the beginning of each section for a complete list of subjects. Your Vehicle at a Glance ..Before Driving ....297 Appearance Care ....423 What fuel to use, how to break-in Tips on cleaning and protecting your new vehicle, and how to load your vehicle.

  • Page 5: Your Vehicle At A Glance, Inside View

    06/08/05 21:44:18 32SMG610_005 Your Vehicle at a Glance Left-hand drive type MULTI-INFORMATION DISPLAY CLIMATE CONTROL SUNSHADE SWITCH (P.88) SYSTEM (P.169) (P.187, 193) MIRROR CONTROLS (P.171) CLOCK (P.268) POWER DOOR LOCK MASTER SWITCH (P.149) PASSENGER’S FRONT AIRBAG (P.12, 28) POWER WINDOW SWITCHES (P.167) FUEL FILL DOOR...

  • Page 6

    06/08/05 21:44:26 32SMG610_006 Your Vehicle at a Glance Left-hand drive type WINDSCREEN WIPERS/ REAR WINDOW DEMISTER/ VSA OFF SWITCH (P.342) WASHERS HEATED MIRROR (P.135) (P.143/172) HEADLIGHTS/TURN SIGNALS INSTRUMENT PANEL FRONT FOG LIGHTS /REAR BRIGHTNESS FOG LIGHT (P.138, 139, 140, 141) (P.142) HAZARD WARNING ENGINE START BUTTON...

  • Page 7

    06/08/05 21:44:32 32SMG610_007 Your Vehicle at a Glance Right-hand drive type CLIMATE CONTROL SUNSHADE SWITCH MULTI-INFORMATION DISPLAY SYSTEM (P.169) (P.88) (P.187, 193) MIRROR CONTROLS (P.171) PASSENGER’S FRONT AIRBAG POWER DOOR LOCK (P.12, 28) MASTER SWITCH (P.149) CLOCK (P.268) POWER WINDOW SWITCHES AUDIO SYSTEM (P.167)

  • Page 8

    06/08/05 21:44:42 32SMG610_008 Your Vehicle at a Glance Right-hand drive type REAR WINDOW DEMISTER/ HEADLIGHTS/TURN SIGNALS mph to km/h HEATED MIRROR REAR FOG LIGHT/ CHANGE BUTTON HAZARD WARNING BUTTON (P.143/172) FRONT FOG LIGHTS (P.85) (P.143) (P.136, 137, 139, 138) VSA OFF SWITCH MULTI- HORN (P.342)

  • Page 9

    06/08/05 21:44:44 32SMG610_009...

  • Page 10: Driver And Passenger Safety

    06/08/05 21:44:49 32SMG610_010 Driver and Passenger Safety This section gives you important Additional Information About Your The Side Airbag Poses Serious information about how to protect Seat Belts ........22 Risks ......... . 38 yourself and your passengers. It Seat Belt System Components .

  • Page 11: Important Safety Precautions

    06/08/05 21:44:59 32SMG610_011 Important Safety Precautions You’ll find many safety booster seat (see pages Control Your Speed recommendations throughout this Excessive speed is a major factor in section, and throughout this manual. crash injuries and deaths. Generally, Be Aware of Airbag Hazards The recommendations on this page While airbags can save lives, they the higher the speed, the greater the...

  • Page 12

    06/08/05 21:45:05 32SMG610_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 features do not require any action on your part. These include a strong steel framework that forms a safety cage around the passenger compartment, front and rear crush zones, a collapsible steering column,...

  • Page 13

    06/08/05 21:45:15 32SMG610_013 Your Vehicle’s Safety Features Seat Belts In most European Countries there is When properly worn, seat belts: Your vehicle is equipped with seat a law covering the use of seat belts. belts in all seating positions. Please take time to familiarize Keep you connected to the vehicle yourself with the legal requirements so you can take advantage of the...

  • Page 14

    06/08/05 21:45:22 32SMG610_014 Your Vehicle’s Safety Features Of course, seat belts cannot WARNING: completely protect you in every Seat belts are designed to bear upon crash. But in most cases, seat belts the bony structure of the body, and can reduce your risk of serious should be worn low across the front injury.

  • Page 15

    06/08/05 21:45:29 32SMG610_015 Your Vehicle’s Safety Features Airbags Your vehicle has a supplemental Your vehicle also has side airbags to In addition, your vehicle has side restraint system (SRS) with front help protect the upper torso of the curtain airbags to help protect the airbags to help protect the heads and driver or a front seat passenger heads of the driver, front passenger,...

  • Page 16

    06/08/05 21:45:36 32SMG610_016 Your Vehicle’s Safety Features The most important things you need What you should do: Always wear The rest of this section gives more to know about your airbags are: your seat belt properly, and sit detailed information about how you upright and as far back from the can maximize your safety.

  • Page 17

    06/08/05 21:45:44 32SMG610_017 Protecting Adults and Teens Introduction Close the Doors See page for how the monitor The following pages provide After everyone has entered the display works. instructions on how to properly vehicle, be sure the doors and the protect the driver, adult passengers, tailgate are closed.

  • Page 18

    06/08/05 21:45:51 32SMG610_018 Protecting Adults and Teens Adjust the Front Seats In addition to adjusting the seat, you can adjust the steering wheel up and down, and in and out (see page Sitting too close to a front airbag can result in serious If you cannot get far enough away injury or death if the front from the steering wheel and still...

  • Page 19

    06/08/05 21:46:00 32SMG610_019 Protecting Adults and Teens Adjust the Seat-Backs Adjust the Head Restraints Reclining the seat-back too far can result in serious injury or death in a crash. Adjust the seat-back to an upright position, and sit well back in the seat. Reclining a seat-back so that the shoulder part of the belt no longer rests against the occupant’s chest...

  • Page 20

    06/08/05 21:46:07 32SMG610_020 Protecting Adults and Teens When a passenger is seated in the Properly adjusted head restraints Fasten and Position the Seat rear centre seating position, make will help protect occupants from Belts sure the centre head restraint is whiplash and other crash injuries.

  • Page 21: Protecting Adults And Teens

    06/08/05 21:46:14 32SMG610_021 Protecting Adults and Teens If necessary, pull up on the belt again If the seat belt touches or crosses to remove any slack, then check that your neck, or if it crosses your arm the belt rests across the centre of instead of your shoulder, you need to your chest and over your shoulder.

  • Page 22

    06/08/05 21:46:22 32SMG610_022 Protecting Adults and Teens Never place the shoulder portion of a Maintain a Proper Sitting In a front passenger leans sideways Position and his head is in the deployment lap/shoulder belt under your arm or This could cause After all occupants have adjusted path of the side airbag, an inflating behind your back.

  • Page 23

    06/08/05 21:46:30 32SMG610_023 Protecting Adults and Teens Advice for Pregnant Women When driving, remember to sit Additional Safety Precautions upright and adjust the seat as far Never let passengers ride in the back as possible while allowing full area in front of a folded-up rear control of the vehicle.

  • Page 24

    06/08/05 21:46:35 32SMG610_024 Protecting Adults and Teens Do not put any accessories on seat Do not attach or place objects on Devices intended to improve Objects on belts. the front airbag covers. occupant comfort or reposition the the covers marked ‘‘SRS AIRBAG’’ shoulder part of a seat belt can could interfere with the proper reduce the protective capability of...

  • Page 25

    06/08/05 21:46:46 32SMG610_025 Additional Information About Your Seat Belts Seat Belt System Components come on about 6 seconds after the The seat belt system also monitors Your seat belt system includes lap/ ignition switch is turned to the ON the seat belt use of all three rear shoulder belts in all five seating (II) position.

  • Page 26

    06/08/05 21:46:54 32SMG610_026 Additional Information About Your Seat Belts Have your vehicle checked by a Lap/Shoulder Belt To unlock the belt, press the red dealer if the indicator comes on or PRESS button on the buckle. Guide the beeper sounds when there is no SHOULDER UPPER the belt across your body so that it...

  • Page 27

    06/08/05 21:47:03 32SMG610_027 Additional Information About Your Seat Belts The seat belts in all rear seating Automatic Seat Belt Tensioners If a side or side curtain airbag positions have an additional locking deploys during a side impact, the mechanism that must be activated to tensioner on that side of the vehicle secure a child restraint (see page will also deploy.

  • Page 28: Additional Information About Your Seat Belts

    06/08/05 21:47:11 32SMG610_028 Additional Information About Your Seat Belts Seat Belt Maintenance If a seat belt is worn during a crash, 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 29

    06/08/05 21:47:18 32SMG610_029 Additional Information About Your Seat Belts Anchorage Points (Rear Seat) When replacing the seat belts, make certain to use the anchorage points Not checking or maintaining seat belts can result in shown in the illustrations. serious injury or death if the (Front Seat) seat belts do not work properly when needed.

  • Page 30: Additional Information About Your Airbags

    06/08/05 21:47:28 32SMG610_030 Additional Information About Your Airbags Airbag System Components Automatic front seat belt An indicator on the instrument Your airbag system includes: tensioners (see page panel that alerts you to a possible problem with your airbags, Two SRS (supplemental restraint Sensors that can detect a sensors, or seat belt tensioners system) front airbags.

  • Page 31

    06/08/05 21:47:35 32SMG610_031 Additional Information About Your Airbags How Your Front Airbags Work During a frontal crash, your seat belt restrains your lower body and torso, while the tensioner tightens and locks the seat belt to help keep you in place, and the airbag helps protect your head and chest.

  • Page 32

    06/08/05 21:47:43 32SMG610_032 Additional Information About Your Airbags The total time for inflation and How Your Side Airbags Work Only one airbag will deploy during a deflation is one-tenth of a second, so side impact. If the impact is on the fast that most occupants are not passenger’s side, the passenger’s aware that the airbags deployed until...

  • Page 33

    06/08/05 21:47:53 32SMG610_033 Additional Information About Your Airbags How Your Side Curtain Airbags If the impact is on the passenger’s How the SRS Indicator Works Work side, the passenger’s side curtain The SRS indicator alerts airbag will inflate even if there are no you to a potential problem occupants on that side of the vehicle.

  • Page 34

    06/08/05 21:47:58 32SMG610_034 Additional Information About Your Airbags You will also see the symbol ‘‘ ’’ or the symbol with a ‘‘CHECK SYSTEM’’ message on the Ignoring the SRS indicator multi-information display (see page can result in serious injury or death if the airbag systems or tensioners do not work If you see any of these indications,...

  • Page 35

    06/08/05 21:48:06 32SMG610_035 Additional Information About Your Airbags Airbag Service Handling is allowed by trained Additional Safety Precautions Your airbag systems and automatic personnel only. It is prohibited to Do not attempt to deactivate your seat belt tensioners are virtually remove the airbag unit/belt- Together, airbags and airbags.

  • Page 36

    06/08/05 21:48:09 32SMG610_036 Additional Information About Your Airbags Do not expose the front seat-backs If water or another liquid to liquid. soaks into the seat-back, it can prevent the side airbag system from working properly. Do not cover or replace front seat- back covers without consulting your dealer.

  • Page 37: Protecting Children General Guidelines

    06/08/05 21:48:17 32SMG610_037 Protecting Children General Guidelines All Children Must Be Restrained Each year, many children are injured or killed in vehicle crashes because Children who are they are either unrestrained or not unrestrained or improperly properly restrained. In fact, vehicle restrained can be seriously accidents are the number one cause injured or killed in a crash.

  • Page 38: Protecting Children, General Guidelines

    06/08/05 21:48:25 32SMG610_038 Protecting Children General Guidelines In most countries, child restraint All Children Should Sit in a Back The Passenger’s Front Airbag systems must meet the Seat Poses Serious Risks specifications of the ECE 44 According to crash statistics, Front airbags have been designed to regulation.

  • Page 39

    06/08/05 21:48:33 32SMG610_039 Protecting Children General Guidelines If the passenger’s front airbag Larger Children As required by E.C.E Regulation No. 94; inflates, it can hit the rearward Children who have outgrown child facing child restraint system with restraint systems are also at risk of great force.

  • Page 40

    06/08/05 21:48:38 32SMG610_040 Protecting Children General Guidelines 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 a back seat, your vehicle has warning labels on the windscreen, on the front passenger’s doorjamb and on the front visors.

  • Page 41: Risks

    06/09/12 11:34:54 32SMG610_041 Protecting Children General Guidelines The Side Airbag Poses Serious Risks Side airbags have been designed to help protect adults in a moderate to severe side impact. If any part of a child’s body is in the path of a deploying airbag, an inflating side airbag can strike the child with enough force to kill or very seriously injure a child.

  • Page 42: If A Child Requires Close Attention

    06/08/05 21:48:54 32SMG610_042 Protecting Children General Guidelines If You Must Drive with Several If a Child Requires Close Additional Safety Precautions Children Attention Never hold an infant or child on Your vehicle has a back seat where Many parents say they prefer to put If you are not wearing a your lap.

  • Page 43

    06/08/05 21:49:02 32SMG610_043 Protecting Children General Guidelines Make sure any unused seat belt WARNING: Always take the ignition Keep vehicle keys/remote that a child can reach is buckled, key with you whenever you leave the transmitters out of the reach of Even very young the lockable retractor is activated, vehicle alone (with other occupants).

  • Page 44: Protecting Infants And Small Children

    06/08/05 21:49:12 32SMG610_044 Protecting Infants and Small Children Protecting Infants Only a rearward facing child Rearward Facing Child Restraint restraint system provides proper System Placement support for a baby’s head, neck and A rearward facing child restraint back. system can be placed in any seating position in the back seat, but not in the front.

  • Page 45

    06/08/05 21:49:19 32SMG610_045 Protecting Infants and Small Children When properly installed, a rearward As required by E.C.E Regulation No. 94; facing child restraint system may prevent the driver or a front Placing a rearward facing passenger from moving their seat as child restraint system in the far back as recommended, or from front seat can result in...

  • Page 46

    06/08/05 21:49:28 32SMG610_046 Protecting Infants and Small Children Protecting Small Children We also recommend that a small If it is necessary to put a front facing child uses the child restraint system child restraint system in the front, as long as possible, until the child move the vehicle seat as far to the reaches the weight or height limit rear as possible, and be sure the...

  • Page 47

    06/08/05 21:49:36 32SMG610_047 Selecting a Child Restraint System When buying a child restraint We also recommend selecting a Whatever type of child restraint you system, you need to choose either a lower anchorages system-compatible choose, to provide proper protection, conventional child restraint system, child restraint system with a rigid, a child restraint system should meet or one designed for use with the...

  • Page 48

    06/08/05 21:49:42 32SMG610_048 Selecting a Child Restraint System The child restraint system should Before purchasing a conventional child restraint system, or using a be of the proper type and size to fit previously purchased one, we the child. Rearward facing for infants, front recommend that you test the facing for small children.

  • Page 49

    06/08/05 21:49:50 32SMG610_049 Installing a Child Restraint System After selecting a proper child Make sure the child restraint Secure the child in the child restraint system and a good place to After Make sure the system is firmly secured. restraint system. install the restraint system, there are installing a child restraint system, child is properly strapped in the...

  • Page 50: Child Restraint System For Eu Countries

    A size class is specified for some child restraint systems. Make sure to check the size class as indicated on the manufacturer’s instructions, package, and labels of the child restraint. The particular child restraints in the above table are Honda Genuine Parts. They are available from your dealer. For a correct installation, please refer to the Child Restraint Instruction Manual.

  • Page 51

    06/08/05 21:50:07 32SMG610_051 Installing a Child Restraint System Your vehicle is equipped with lower anchorages at the outer seating positions on the rear seat. These The use of any child restraint system which is not suitable anchorages are only to be used with a child restraint system designed to for your vehicles would not be attached to the lower anchorages.

  • Page 52: With The Lower Anchorages

    06/08/05 21:50:15 32SMG610_052 Installing a Child Restraint System Installing a Child Restraint To install a child restraint system System with the Lower designed to be attached to the lower anchorages: Anchorages Your vehicle is equipped with lower anchorages at the outer rear seats. Move the seat belt buckle or These anchorages are located tongue away from the lower...

  • Page 53

    06/08/05 21:50:23 32SMG610_053 Installing a Child Restraint System LOWER ANCHORAGE Rigid type GUIDE-CUP GUIDE-CUP Attach the guide-cups to the Place the child restraint system on On some child restraint systems You may use optional guide-cups lower anchorages as shown in the vehicle seat, then attach the that came with your child restraint the illustration.

  • Page 54

    06/08/05 21:50:30 32SMG610_054 Installing a Child Restraint System Whatever type you have, follow Flexible type ATTACHING CLIP the child restraint system maker’s instructions for adjusting or tightening the fit. Flexible type child restraint system is available in some countries. In EU countries, this type is not available.

  • Page 55

    06/08/05 21:50:36 32SMG610_055 Installing a Child Restraint System Push and pull the child restraint ATTACHING CLIP system forward and from side-to- side to verify that it is secure. The design and suitability of the child restraint systems must be carefully checked with the child restraint system manufacturer concerned and the seller of those systems.

  • Page 56: With A Lap/shoulder Belt

    06/08/05 21:50:45 32SMG610_056 Installing a Child Restraint System Installing a Child Restraint The procedures in the following System with a Lap/Shoulder Belt pages are described based on a front When not using the lower facing child restraint system anchorages system, all child available in EU countries.

  • Page 57: Installing A Child Restraint System

    06/08/05 21:50:51 32SMG610_057 Installing a Child Restraint System To activate the lockable retractor, Push down the tab. Route the After confirming that the belt is slowly pull the shoulder part of the shoulder part of the belt into the locked, grab the shoulder part of belt all the way out until it stops.

  • Page 58

    06/08/05 21:50:57 32SMG610_058 Installing a Child Restraint System To remove slack, it may help to put weight on the child restraint system, or push on the back of the restraint system while pulling up on the belt. Secure the belt in the slit by Push and pull the child restraint pushing up the tab.

  • Page 59

    06/08/05 21:51:02 32SMG610_059 Installing a Child Restraint System To deactivate the lockable retractor LOCKING CLIP and remove a child restraint system, unlatch the buckle, unroute the seat belt, and let the belt fully retract. Except for European models On vehicles without lockable retractor fitted to the seat where the child is positioned When you secure a child restraint...

  • Page 60

    06/08/05 21:51:13 32SMG610_060 Installing a Child Restraint System Using a Seat Belt Locking Clip To install a locking clip, do the LOCKING CLIP following: Except for European models On vehicles without lockable retractor fitted to the seat where the child is Place the child restraint in the seat with a lap/shoulder belt.

  • Page 61: With A Tether

    06/08/05 21:51:21 32SMG610_061 Installing a Child Restraint System Installing a Child Restraint Since a tether can provide additional Using an Anchor Fitting System with a Tether security to the lap/shoulder belt ATTACHING CLIP Children riding in vehicles should be installation, we recommend using a restrained to minimize the risk of tether whenever one is required or injury in the event of an accident.

  • Page 62

    06/08/05 21:51:29 32SMG610_062 Installing a Child Restraint System Lift the cover, then attach the WARNING: Child restraint ATTACHING CLIP attaching clip to the anchor fitting, anchorages are designed to withstand making sure the strap is not only those loads imposed by correctly twisted.

  • Page 63: Protecting Larger Children

    06/08/05 21:51:34 32SMG610_063 Protecting Larger Children When a child reaches the recommended weight or height limit for a front facing child restraint Allowing a child age 12 or Leaning over the front door system, the child should sit in a back under to sit in front can result can result in serious injury or seat on a booster seat and wear a...

  • Page 64: Using A Booster Seat

    06/08/05 21:51:44 32SMG610_064 Protecting Larger Children Checking Seat Belt Fit Does the shoulder belt cross Using a Booster Seat between the child’s neck and arm? Is the lap part of the belt as low as possible, touching the child’s thighs? Will the child be able to stay seated like this for the whole trip? If you answer yes to all these...

  • Page 65

    06/08/05 21:51:51 32SMG610_065 Protecting Larger Children Booster seats can be high-back or A child may continue using a booster low-back. Whichever style you select, seat until the tops of their ears are make sure the booster seat meets even with the top of the vehicle’s or approved safety standards (see page booster’s seat-back.

  • Page 66

    06/08/05 21:52:03 32SMG610_066 Protecting Larger Children When Can a Larger Child Sit in Of course, children vary widely. And If you decide that a child can safely Front while age may be one indicator of ride up front, be sure to: It is recommended that all children when a child can safely ride in front, age 12 and under be properly...

  • Page 67: Additional Safety Precautions

    06/08/05 21:52:08 32SMG610_067 Protecting Larger Children Additional Safety Precautions Do not put any accessories on a Devices intended to Do not let a child wear a seat belt seat belt. This could result improve a child’s comfort or across the neck. in serious neck injuries during a reposition the shoulder part of a crash.

  • Page 68: Carbon Monoxide Hazard

    06/08/05 21:52:17 32SMG610_068 Carbon Monoxide Hazard Your vehicle’s exhaust contains With the tailgate open, airflow can carbon monoxide gas. Carbon pull exhaust gas into your vehicle’s monoxide should not enter the interior and create a hazardous Carbon monoxide gas is toxic. vehicle in normal driving if you Breathing it can cause condition.

  • Page 69: Safety Labels

    06/08/05 21:52:26 32SMG610_069 Safety Labels These labels are in the locations EXPANSION TANK CAP DANGER LABEL shown. They warn you of potential (Diesel models) hazards that could cause serious injury. Read these labels carefully. CHILD SAFETY/SRS AIRBAG CHILD SAFETY/SRS AIRBAG (Right-hand drive type) (Left-hand drive type) If a label comes off or becomes hard...

  • Page 70

    06/08/05 21:52:33 32SMG610_070 Safety Labels The label shown below is attached to On Diesel models each front doorjamb. Symbols on top of the engine under the engine cover are to remind you to follow the service manual instructions. When replacing the injectors, your authorized dealer should perform this work.

  • Page 71

    06/08/05 21:52:35 32SMG610_071...

  • Page 72: Instruments And Controls

    06/08/05 21:52:39 32SMG610_072 Instruments and Controls This section gives information about Tachometer ........86 Seats ..........159 the controls and displays that Temperature Gauge ....86 Front Seat Adjustments ... . 159 contribute to the daily operation of Fuel Gauge ........

  • Page 73: Control Locations

    06/08/05 21:52:46 32SMG610_073 Control Locations Left-hand drive type SUNSHADE MULTI-INFORMATION CLIMATE CONTROL CLOCK DISPLAY (P.88) SYSTEM (P.185, 191) SWITCH AUDIO SYSTEM (P.268) (P.169) (P.210) MIRROR CONTROLS (P.171) PASSENGER’S POWER DOOR LOCK FRONT AIRBAG MASTER SWITCH (P.12, 28) (P.149) POWER WINDOW SWITCHES (P.167) FUEL FILL DOOR...

  • Page 74

    06/08/05 21:52:53 32SMG610_074 Control Locations Right-hand drive type CLIMATE CONTROL SUNSHADE MULTI-INFORMATION CLOCK SWITCH DISPLAY SYSTEM (P.187, 193) (P.88) (P.268) DRIVER’S FRONT (P.169) AIRBAG (P.12, 28) MIRROR CONTROLS HAZARD WARNING (P.171) BUTTON (P.143) POWER DOOR LOCK MASTER SWITCH (P.149) PASSENGER’S FRONT AIRBAG POWER WINDOW (P.12, 28)

  • Page 75

    06/08/05 21:53:01 32SMG610_075 Instrument Panel (Petrol models) With manual transmission ANTI-LOCK BRAKE CRUISE MAIN INDICATOR HIGH BEAM INDICATOR (P.81) SYSTEM INDICATOR (P.82) (P.77) SYSTEM MESSAGE INDICATOR IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM INDICATOR (P.78) (P.79) FRONT FOG LIGHT INDICATOR (P.80) MALFUNCTION CRUISE CONTROL INDICATOR INDICATOR LAMP (P.81) (P.75, 468)

  • Page 76

    06/08/05 21:53:10 32SMG610_076 Instrument Panel (Petrol models) With i-SHIFT HIGH BEAM INDICATOR GEAR POSITION INDICATOR (P.82) (P.326) IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM INDICATOR INDICATOR (P.78) (P.77) FRONT FOG LIGHT CRUISE MAIN INDICATOR INDICATOR (P.80) (P.81) MALFUNCTION SYSTEM MESSAGE INDICATOR INDICATOR LAMP (P.79) (P.75, 468) CRUISE CONTROL INDICATOR...

  • Page 77

    06/08/05 21:53:18 32SMG610_077 Instrument Panel (Diesel models) HIGH BEAM INDICATOR ANTI-LOCK BRAKE CRUISE MAIN INDICATOR (P.82) SYSTEM INDICATOR (P.81) (P.77) SYSTEM MESSAGE INDICATOR IMMOBILIZER (P.79) SYSTEM INDICATOR (P.78) FRONT FOG LIGHT INDICATOR (P.80) CRUISE CONTROL INDICATOR LIGHTS ON INDICATOR (P.81) (P.82) MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP (P.75, 469)

  • Page 78: Instrument Panel Indicators

    06/08/05 21:53:30 32SMG610_078 Instrument Panel Indicators The instrument panel has many Seat Belt Reminder If either the driver or a front indicators to give you important Indicator passenger does not fasten their seat information about your vehicle. This indicator comes on when you belt while driving, the beeper will turn the ignition switch to the ON sound and the indicator will flash...

  • Page 79

    06/08/05 21:53:40 32SMG610_079 Instrument Panel Indicators Low Oil Pressure Charging System Glow Plugs Indicator Indicator Indicator (Diesel models only) The engine can be severely damaged If this indicator comes on when the This indicator comes on for a few if this indicator flashes or stays on engine is running, the battery is not seconds (several seconds in cold when the engine is running.

  • Page 80

    06/08/05 21:53:50 32SMG610_080 Instrument Panel Indicators Parking Brake and If it remains lit after you fully Anti-lock Brake System Brake System Indicator release the parking brake while (ABS) Indicator This indicator has two functions: the engine is running, or if it This indicator normally comes on for comes on while driving, there a few seconds when you turn the...

  • Page 81

    06/08/05 21:53:58 32SMG610_081 Instrument Panel Indicators Immobilizer System i-SHIFT (Automated This indicator also comes on while Indicator Manual Transmission) driving if the clutch system is This indicator comes on briefly when overheating. It will go off when the System Indicator you turn the ignition switch to the Only on vehicles with i-SHIFT clutch system temperature comes...

  • Page 82

    06/08/05 21:54:06 32SMG610_082 Instrument Panel Indicators System Message Supplemental Restraint Indicator System Indicator This indicator comes on when there This indicator comes on briefly when is a system message in the multi- you turn the ignition switch to the information display. Press the INFO ON (II) position.

  • Page 83

    06/08/05 21:54:15 32SMG610_083 Instrument Panel Indicators Electric Power Steering If you turn the steering wheel to the Rear Fog Light Indicator (EPS) Indicator full left or right position repeatedly This indicator normally comes on while stopping or driving at very low This indicator comes on when you when you turn the ignition switch to speed, you may feel slightly harder...

  • Page 84

    06/08/05 21:54:29 32SMG610_084 Instrument Panel Indicators Cruise Main Indicator Vehicle Stability Assist VSA Activation Indicator (VSA) System Indicator This indicator normally comes on for This indicator has three functions: If equipped This indicator comes on when you a few seconds when you turn the turn on the cruise control system by ignition switch to the ON (II) It comes on as a reminder that you...

  • Page 85

    06/08/05 21:54:39 32SMG610_085 Instrument Panel Indicators High Beam Indicator On vehicles with automatic lighting on feature This indicator comes on with the This indicator also comes on when Turn Signal and Hazard Warning Indicators high beam headlights. For more the light switch is in AUTO and the The left or right turn signal indicator information, see page lights turn on automatically.

  • Page 86

    06/08/05 21:54:48 32SMG610_086 Instrument Panel Indicators Security System Indicator Low Fuel Indicator When the indicator comes on, there (For some types) is about 7.5 of fuel remaining in the tank before the needle reaches 0. There is a small reserve of fuel remaining in the tank when the needle reaches 0.

  • Page 87

    06/08/05 21:54:52 32SMG610_087 Gauges REV INDICATOR SPEEDOMETER ECO INDICATOR TEMPERATURE FUEL GAUGE GAUGE TACHOMETER MULTI-INFORMATION DISPLAY Petrol model with manual transmission is shown. Instruments and Controls...

  • Page 88

    06/08/05 21:54:59 32SMG610_088 Gauges mph to km/h Change Button The mph is set as the default setting when the vehicle leaves the factory. Even if you change this setting to the km/h display, the system returns to the default setting if your vehicle’s battery is disconnected or goes dead.

  • Page 89

    06/08/05 21:55:08 32SMG610_089 Gauges Speedometer Temperature Gauge Fuel Gauge This shows your speed in kilometers This shows the temperature of the This shows how much fuel you have. per hour (km/h) or miles per hour engine’s coolant. During normal It may show slightly more or less (mph) depending on the type.

  • Page 90

    06/08/05 21:55:16 32SMG610_090 Gauges REV Indicator On vehicles with i-SHIFT ECO Indicator When you select the automatic REV INDICATOR driving mode, the REV indictor turns ECO INDICATOR off. For more information, see page This indicator shows you the This indicator shows the current fuel tachometer reading approaching to mileage and the fuel economy while the red zone while driving.

  • Page 91: Multi-information Display

    06/08/05 21:55:24 32SMG610_091 Multi-Information Display The multi-information display in the Normal Display Symbols/ tachometer on the instrument panel Messages displays various information and symbols/messages when the ignition UPPER SEGMENT UPPER SEGMENT switch is in the ON (II) position. Some of the indicators/messages help you operate your vehicle more effectively.

  • Page 92

    06/08/05 21:55:31 32SMG610_092 Multi-Information Display If there is any system warning, system warning symbol(s) will be shown in the multi-information INFO BUTTON display following the current fuel mileage display. The system warning symbol/message that has the highest priority will be displayed first when you turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position.

  • Page 93

    06/08/05 21:55:35 32SMG610_093 Multi-Information Display Left-hand drive type Right-hand drive type mph is selected. Instruments and Controls...

  • Page 94

    06/08/05 21:55:49 32SMG610_094 Multi-Information Display Indicators in the trip computer show: : The time travelled since TRIP METER you last turned the ignition switch to : Your vehicle’s current fuel the ON (II) position. mileage in kilometers per hour and l/100 km.

  • Page 95

    06/08/05 21:56:01 32SMG610_095 Multi-Information Display Odometer ‘‘ ’’ or ‘‘ ’’ will be If the outside temperature is The odometer shows the total displayed when the average fuel incorrectly displayed, you can adjust number of kilometers or miles your mileage is selected in the upper it by up to 3°C warmer or cooler vehicle has been driven.

  • Page 96

    06/08/05 21:56:08 32SMG610_096 Multi-Information Display System Warning Symbols When your vehicle is new, the multi- If there is a problem with your information display shows the vehicle, for example, the engine oil system warning symbols without the level is low or a door is not fully message.

  • Page 97

    06/08/05 21:56:19 32SMG610_097 Multi-Information Display See pages See pages See pages 103, 468 and 80 and 105. 77 and 99. 469. See pages See pages See pages 103 and 465. 104 and 467. 99 and 378. See pages See pages See pages 103 and 471.

  • Page 98

    06/08/05 21:56:29 32SMG610_098 Multi-Information Display See pages See pages See pages 22 and 96. 108 and 383. 101 and 111. See pages See pages See pages 22 and 97. 107 and 497. 101 and 111. Petrol See page See pages models 107 and 498.

  • Page 99

    06/08/05 21:56:37 32SMG610_099 Multi-Information Display Fasten Seat Belt Fasten Passenger Seat Belt For more information of the seat belt reminder indicator, see page In addition to the seat belt reminder The multi-information display also indicator in the instrument panel, the interrupts the current display and current display is interrupted and the shows this symbol ‘‘...

  • Page 100

    06/08/05 21:56:45 32SMG610_100 Multi-Information Display Rear Seat Belt Use Monitor While driving, you can also confirm the rear seat belt use. Press and release the INFO button ( repeatedly to change the display. Seat belts in right and centre positions are used. When you turn the ignition switch to The seat belt system detects any the ON (II) position, the upper...

  • Page 101

    06/08/05 21:56:50 32SMG610_101 Multi-Information Display Door and Tailgate Open Pressing the INFO button on the steering wheel momentarily changes the display, but it will come back after about 5 seconds. If the tailgate or any door(s) is not closed tightly, this monitor display indicates you which door or the tailgate is not closed tightly, and reminds you to close the tailgate or...

  • Page 102

    06/08/05 21:56:57 32SMG610_102 Multi-Information Display Release Parking Brake Ignition Key Brake Fluid Low If you start driving without releasing If you leave the key in the ignition If the brake fluid level is at or below the parking brake, the current switch in the LOCK (0) or the MIN mark on the side of the display is interrupted and the multi-...

  • Page 103

    06/08/05 21:57:04 32SMG610_103 Multi-Information Display Fuel Low Diesel Fuel Low Headlights On On petrol models On diesel models If you turn the ignition switch to the If the level of the fuel in the tank If the level of the fuel in the tank ACCESSORY (I) or LOCK (0) gets low, you will see this symbol, or gets low, you will see this symbol, or...

  • Page 104

    06/08/05 21:57:11 32SMG610_104 Multi-Information Display Speed Alarm Low Outside Temperature Alarm at vehicle speed 80 km/h is set. If you set the speed alarm function in If the outside temperature is very the custom settings, you will see this low (near freezing) and there is a indicator and hear a beep when the risk that the road surface is iced over, vehicle speed reaches the set speed.

  • Page 105

    06/08/05 21:57:17 32SMG610_105 Multi-Information Display System Warnings Check Engine Oil Level The following symbols/messages indicate various problems in your If you ignore the oil level symbol/ vehicle’s systems. message and keep driving with this symbol/message on, you can You will also hear a beep when the seriously damage the engine.

  • Page 106

    06/08/05 21:57:25 32SMG610_106 Multi-Information Display Oil Pressure Low Check System (Engine) Check System (Brake) If the engine oil is very low or has If you see this symbol or this symbol If there is a problem with the brake lost pressure, you will see this with a ‘‘CHECK SYSTEM’’...

  • Page 107

    06/08/05 21:57:33 32SMG610_107 Multi-Information Display Check System (Charging System) Check System (Airbag System) Check System (ABS System) If you see this symbol or this symbol If there is a problem with your front If there is a problem with the anti- with a ‘‘CHECK SYSTEM’’...

  • Page 108

    06/08/05 21:57:40 32SMG610_108 Multi-Information Display Check System (i-SHIFT) driving at high speed, and have the Check System (EPS) vehicle checked by your dealer as soon as possible. For more information, see page This symbol/message and the i-SHIFT system indicator also come on while driving if the clutch system is overheating.

  • Page 109

    06/08/05 21:57:48 32SMG610_109 Multi-Information Display Check System (VSA) Check System (Engine Oil Level Check System (PGM-FI) Sensor) If there is a problem with the vehicle If there is a problem with the engine stability assist (VSA) system, you If there is a problem with the engine control system, you will see this will see this symbol or this symbol oil level sensor system, you will see...

  • Page 110

    (PM) and it accumulated particulate matter (PM). should be checked, then repaired or For more information on the DPF replace. Take your vehicle to a system, see page Honda dealer as soon as possible. Instruments and Controls...

  • Page 111

    06/08/05 21:58:01 32SMG610_111 Multi-Information Display Water In Fuel Filter Check System (Automatic Headlights On) Diesel models only If this symbol or this symbol with a On vehicles with automatic lighting ‘‘WATER IN FUEL FILTER’’ shows feature. in the multi-information display, If you see this symbol or this symbol water stays in the fuel system which with a ‘‘CHECK SYSTEM’’...

  • Page 112

    06/08/05 21:58:10 32SMG610_112 Multi-Information Display Customized Settings You can customize some of the vehicle control settings to suit your needs. The table shows the settings you can customize. Group Setup Menu Item Description Setting Option Page SPEED ALARM SPEED ALARM 1 Sets the speed alarm on and changes the alarm speed ON/OFF (P.111)

  • Page 113

    06/08/07 17:56:06 32SMG610_113 Multi-Information Display To enter the customizing mode, the vehicle must be stopped with the ignition switch in the ON (II) position and the parking brake is set. (Exceptionally, this condition is not applied on some speed alarm settings.) Press and hold the INFO button on the steering wheel for about 3 seconds while the multi-...

  • Page 114: Speed Alarm

    06/08/05 21:58:25 32SMG610_114 Multi-Information Display If you set the alarm to the specified If you do not select any settings on Speed Alarm vehicle speed while driving, select the display after you press the INFO You can access different alarm ‘‘SPEED ALARM,’’...

  • Page 115

    06/08/07 17:56:16 32SMG610_115 Multi-Information Display To set the speed alarm while the vehicle Speed setting 1: You can set the alarm on or off, and adjust the is stopped: setting speeds above or below 50 km/h (30 mph). Speed setting 1 off is selected. Speed setting 2: You can set the alarm on or off, and adjust the setting speeds above or below...

  • Page 116

    06/08/05 21:58:38 32SMG610_116 Multi-Information Display Alarm off Alarm on Select either of the setting modes (1 To adjust the setting speed, select The displayed number is the current or 2), then select on or off by either of the setting speeds, then speed setting.

  • Page 117

    06/08/05 21:58:44 32SMG610_117 Multi-Information Display Each time you press the SEL/ After your selection, press and RESET button, the setting speed release the INFO button to move to increases or decreases by 5 km/h the exit mode. Press the SEL/ (mph).

  • Page 118

    06/08/05 21:58:51 32SMG610_118 Multi-Information Display To select the alarm speed while driving: changed between the setting speeds After your selection, press and and the exit icon. release the INFO button to move to the exit mode. Press the SEL/ RESET button to enter your setting. If you press the INFO button, the display goes back to the setting mode.

  • Page 119

    06/08/05 21:58:55 32SMG610_119 Multi-Information Display Alarm on After pressing the SEL/RESET button, the display shows your setting for a few seconds, then goes back to the normal display. If you do not press any button, the display returns to the normal display after about 10 seconds.

  • Page 120

    06/08/07 17:56:27 32SMG610_120 Multi-Information Display Change Setting You can customize some of the vehicle control settings to suit your needs. The following items are the settings you can customize. WARNING MESSAGE: The warning message is displayed with the symbol or not (see page ADJUST OUTSIDE TEMP.

  • Page 121

    06/08/07 17:56:36 32SMG610_121 Multi-Information Display Press and hold the INFO button to Warning Message enter the customizing mode, then press and release the INFO button repeatedly to select ‘‘CHG SETTING.’’ While the multi-information display is showing ‘‘CHG SETTING,’’ press the SEL/RESET button. The display changes to the setting mode.

  • Page 122

    06/08/07 17:56:47 32SMG610_122 Multi-Information Display display returns to the setting mode. Repeat the setup. You can select ‘‘ON’’ or ‘‘OFF’’. Each When your selection is successfully time you press the INFO button, the completed, the display shows To exit the customizing mode, select selected mode switches between on ‘‘SETUP ON’’...

  • Page 123

    06/08/07 17:56:54 32SMG610_123 Multi-Information Display Outside Temperature Display Adjustment If you find that the temperature reading is always a few degrees below or above the actual temperature, adjust it as described on the following columns. While the multi-information display The highlighted number is the is showing ‘‘ADJUST OUTSIDE current adjustment above or below TEMP.

  • Page 124

    06/08/07 17:57:04 32SMG610_124 Multi-Information Display If you fail to enter your selection, Trip A Reset With Refuel you will see ‘‘INCOMPLETE’’ on the display for a few seconds. The display returns to the setting mode. Repeat the setup. To exit the customizing mode, select the exit mode by pressing the INFO button repeatedly, then press the SEL/RESET button.

  • Page 125

    06/08/07 17:57:11 32SMG610_125 Multi-Information Display If you fail to enter your selection, you will see ‘‘INCOMPLETE’’ on the display for a few seconds. The display returns to the setting mode. Repeat the setup. To exit the customizing mode, select the exit mode by pressing the INFO button repeatedly, then press the SEL/RESET button.

  • Page 126

    06/08/07 17:57:22 32SMG610_126 Multi-Information Display Elapsed Time Reset IGN OFF: The elapsed time is reset when you turn the ignition switch to the LOCK (0) position. TRIP A: The elapsed time is reset when you reset the trip meter A. TRIP B: The elapsed time is reset when you reset the trip meter B.

  • Page 127

    06/08/07 17:57:31 32SMG610_127 Multi-Information Display If you fail to enter your selection, Display Unit you will see ‘‘INCOMPLETE’’ on the display for a few seconds. The display returns to the setting mode. Repeat the setup. To exit the customizing mode, select the exit mode by pressing the INFO button repeatedly, then press the SEL/RESET button.

  • Page 128

    06/08/07 17:57:42 32SMG610_128 Multi-Information Display AUTO: The displayed measurements of the trip computer in the multi- information display correspond with the speedometer display setting. The display switches between ‘‘km’’ and ‘‘miles.’’ KM: The displayed measurements of the trip computer in the multi- information display do not correspond to the speedometer display switching.

  • Page 129

    06/08/07 17:57:50 32SMG610_129 Multi-Information Display If you fail to enter your selection, Rev Indicator you will see ‘‘INCOMPLETE’’ on the display for a few seconds. The display returns to the setting mode. Repeat the setup. To exit the customizing mode, select the exit mode by pressing the INFO button repeatedly, then press the SEL/RESET button.

  • Page 130

    06/08/07 17:57:59 32SMG610_130 Multi-Information Display If you fail to enter your selection, ECO Indicator you will see ‘‘INCOMPLETE’’ on the display for a few seconds. The display returns to the setting mode. Repeat the setup. To exit the customizing mode, select the exit mode by pressing the INFO button repeatedly, then press the SEL/RESET button.

  • Page 131

    06/08/07 17:58:07 32SMG610_131 Multi-Information Display If you fail to enter your selection, you will see ‘‘INCOMPLETE’’ on the display for a few seconds. The display returns to the setting mode. Repeat the setup. To exit the customizing mode, select the exit mode by pressing the INFO button repeatedly, then press the SEL/RESET button.

  • Page 132

    06/08/07 17:58:17 32SMG610_132 Multi-Information Display Selecting Language ENGLISH is selected. Press and hold the INFO button to You can select any of the following When the language selection is enter the customizing mode, then languages: English, French, German, successfully completed, the display press and release the INFO button to Spanish, Italian, Portuguese.

  • Page 133

    06/08/07 17:58:25 32SMG610_133 Multi-Information Display Default Settings If you fail to set the language setting, To exit the customizing mode, select If you want to set the customizable you will see ‘‘INCOMPLETE’’ on the the exit mode shown above by vehicle control settings to the default display for a few seconds.

  • Page 134

    06/08/07 17:58:34 32SMG610_134 Multi-Information Display The display shows the selectable To set the default settings, select After the DEFAULT ALL operation items. If you want to cancel ‘‘OK’’ by pressing the INFO button, is completed, you will see the above ‘‘DEFAULT ALL,’’...

  • Page 135

    06/08/07 17:58:46 32SMG610_135 Multi-Information Display The following are the default values Rev indicator is on. for each customizable setting. On vehicles with i-SHIFT The speed alarm function is off. In the automatic driving mode, the REV indicator goes out. The warning message function is off.

  • Page 136: Controls Near The Steering Wheel

    06/08/05 22:01:01 32SMG610_136 Controls Near the Steering Wheel Left-hand drive type VSA OFF SWITCH WINDSCREEN WIPERS/ REAR WINDOW DEMISTER/ (P.342) WASHERS (P.135) HEATED MIRROR (P.143, 172) HEADLIGHTS/TURN SIGNALS INSTRUMENT PANEL FRONT FOG LIGHTS / BRIGHTNESS (P.142) REAR FOG LIGHT (P.138, 139, 140, 141) HAZARD WARNING BUTTON ENGINE START BUTTON...

  • Page 137

    06/08/05 22:01:10 32SMG610_137 Controls Near the Steering Wheel Right-hand drive type REAR WINDOW DEMISTER/ HEADLIGHTS/TURN SIGNALS mph to km/h HEATED MIRROR REAR FOG LIGHT/ CHANGE BUTTON HAZARD WARNING BUTTON (P.143/172) FRONT FOG LIGHTS (P.85) (P.143) (P.138, 139, 140, 141) MULTI-INFORMATION VSA OFF SWITCH BUTTONS (P.342)

  • Page 138

    06/08/05 22:01:22 32SMG610_138 Windscreen Wipers and Washers Windscreen Wipers Push the lever up or down to select a The wipers run at high speed. position. Pull the Windscreen Washers MIST The wipers run at high wiper control lever toward you, speed until you release the lever.

  • Page 139

    06/08/05 22:01:29 32SMG610_139 Windscreen Wipers and Washers Automatic Intermittent Wipers When the system senses rainfall, it turns on the windscreen wipers and On some models varies their speed (intermittent, low speed, or high speed) depending on how hard it is raining. This function is available when the vehicle speed exceeds 10 km/h (6 mph).

  • Page 140

    06/08/05 22:01:33 32SMG610_140 Windscreen Wipers and Washers Do not position the wiper lever in RAINFALL SENSOR AUTO when driving through a car wash. Turn off this system when not in use. The rainfall sensor is located in the windscreen near the rearview mirror. If the sensor is covered with mud, oil, dust, etc., the wipers may not operate properly or may operate...

  • Page 141

    06/08/05 22:01:41 32SMG610_141 Turn Signals and Headlights Turn Signal Push down or up on Headlights On Turning the the lever to signal a turn. To signal a switch to the ‘‘ ’’ position turns lane change, push lightly on the on the position lights, tail-lights, lever in the proper direction and hold instrument panel lights, and rear...

  • Page 142

    06/08/05 22:01:51 32SMG610_142 Headlights High Beams Push the lever On some models Even with the automatic lighting forward until you hear a click to turn AUTO The automatic lighting feature turned on, we recommend on the high beams. The blue high feature turns on the headlights, all that you turn on the lights manually beam indicator will come on (see...

  • Page 143

    06/08/05 22:01:59 32SMG610_143 Headlights, Front and Rear Fog Lights Rear Fog Light To operate the rear fog light, turn LIGHTING SENSOR (For some types) the switch up from the off ( ) position. The indicator in the instrument panel comes on to indicate that the rear fog light is on.

  • Page 144

    06/08/05 22:02:10 32SMG610_144 Front and Rear Fog Lights Front and Rear Fog Lights To turn on the rear fog light only, The front and rear fog lights will go (For some types) turn the switch down from the off off when you turn the light control ( ) position.

  • Page 145: Instrument Panel Brightness

    06/08/05 22:02:17 32SMG610_145 Instrument Panel Brightness To reduce glare at night, the instrument panel illumination dims when you turn the light switch to the position. You can adjust the brightness to the desired level with the headlight switch off, and also with the headlight switch on.

  • Page 146: Button P

    06/08/05 22:02:25 32SMG610_146 Hazard Warning Button, Rear Window Demister Hazard Warning Button Rear Window Demister Make sure the rear window is clear and you have good visibility before starting to drive. The demister and antenna wires on the inside of the rear window can be accidentally damaged.

  • Page 147

    06/08/05 22:02:32 32SMG610_147 Headlight Adjuster A driver or a driver and passenger On vehicles with headlights bulbs of in the front seat. high voltage discharge tube Five persons in the front and rear Your vehicle is equipped with an seats. automatic headlight adjusting Five persons in the front and rear system that senses changes in the...

  • Page 148: Steering Wheel Adjustments

    06/08/05 22:02:39 32SMG610_148 Steering Wheel Adjustments Make any steering wheel Push the lever up to lock the adjustments before you start driving. steering wheel in position. Make sure you have securely locked the steering wheel in place by trying to move it up, down, in, Adjusting the steering wheel position while driving may and out.

  • Page 149

    NUMBER WITH REMOTE have to get a lost key replaced. Use work to start the engine if the TRANSMITTER only Honda-approved key blanks. circuits are damaged. Protect the keys from direct Remote Transmitter Your two ignition keys are also fitted sunlight, high temperature, and with remote transmitters;...

  • Page 150

    06/08/05 22:02:59 32SMG610_150 Immobilizer System, Ignition Switch Immobilizer System If the system repeatedly does not Ignition Switch The immobilizer system protects recognize the coding of your key, your vehicle from theft. If an contact your dealer. improperly-coded key (or other device) is used, the engine’s fuel Do not attempt to alter this system system is disabled.

  • Page 151: Ignition Switch

    06/08/05 22:03:07 32SMG610_151 Ignition Switch If the front wheels are turned, the You will hear a reminder beeper if anti-theft lock may make it difficult you leave the key in the ignition to turn the key. Firmly turn the switch in the LOCK (0) or the steering wheel to the left or right as ACCESSORY (I) position and open you turn the key.

  • Page 152: Door Locks

    06/11/02 10:09:18 32SMG610_152 Door Locks Power Door Locks All doors and tailgate lock or unlock when you use the key to lock or RED INDICATOR unlock the driver’s door. MASTER DOOR LOCK SWITCH On some types Pushing the bottom of the master door lock switch will unlock all doors To unlock and the tailgate.

  • Page 153

    06/11/02 10:09:25 32SMG610_153 Door Locks To lock any passenger’s door when Lockout Prevention getting out of the vehicle, pull the With the driver’s door open and the lock tab rearward and close the door. key in the ignition, the master door To lock the driver’s door, remove the lock switch is disabled.

  • Page 154

    06/08/05 22:03:32 32SMG610_154 Door Locks Super Locking The super locking will not set if any door or the tailgate is not fully closed. (For some types) It will be set even if the bonnet, or If there are persons inside the any window is open.

  • Page 155

    06/08/05 22:03:37 32SMG610_155 Door Locks Childproof Door Locks The childproof door locks are The outside door handle is located designed to prevent children seated next to the rear window. in the rear from accidentally opening the rear doors. Each rear door has a lock lever near the edge.

  • Page 156: Remote Transmitter

    06/11/02 10:09:34 32SMG610_156 Remote Transmitter UNLOCK Press this button to If you do not open any door or the unlock all doors and the tailgate. tailgate within 30 seconds, the doors LOCK When you push the UNLOCK button, and the tailgate automatically relock BUTTON all outside turn signals, and both and the security system (if...

  • Page 157

    06/08/05 22:03:52 32SMG610_157 Remote Transmitter Super Locking Remote Transmitter Care Avoid dropping or throwing the (For some types) You can set the super locking with transmitter. If there are persons inside the the remote transmitter. To set the vehicle with the super super locking, push the LOCK Protect the transmitter from locking set, they cannot...

  • Page 158

    06/08/05 22:04:01 32SMG610_158 Remote Transmitter Replacing the Transmitter Battery If it takes several pushes on the button to lock or unlock the doors and the tailgate, replace the battery BATTERY as soon as possible. Battery type: CR1616 SCREW To replace the battery: Inside the transmitter, separate the inner cover from the keypad Remove the screw at the base of...

  • Page 159

    06/08/05 22:04:07 32SMG610_159 Remote Transmitter Remove the old battery from the (EU models) back of the inner cover, and insert EC Directives a new battery into the back of the This keyless entry system complies cover with the side facing down. with the R &...

  • Page 160

    06/08/05 22:04:13 32SMG610_160 Tailgate The tailgate will lock or unlock when you lock or unlock the driver’s door RELEASE HANDLE with the key, the remote transmitter, the master door lock switch, or the lock tab on the driver’s door. To open the tailgate, push the Keep the tailgate closed at all times release, then lift up.

  • Page 161

    06/08/05 22:04:20 32SMG610_161 Tailgate Opening the Tailgate Manually Lock Unlock (Open) If the power door lock system cannot Push the release lever to the lower unlock the tailgate, unlock it right as shown. manually. In this case, you cannot open the tailgate with the release. If you need to open the tailgate manually, it means there is a To open the tailgate, access the...

  • Page 162

    06/11/10 16:19:59 32SMG610_162 Seats Front Seat Adjustments SEAT-BACK ANGLE See pages for important safety ADJUSTMENT information and warnings about how to LEVER properly position the seats and seat- backs. Make all seat adjustments before you start driving. Driver’s seat is shown. To adjust the seat forward or To change the seat-back angle, pull backward, pull up on the bar under...

  • Page 163

    06/08/05 22:04:35 32SMG610_163 Seats Driver’s Seat Height Adjustment Head Restraints Front Position See page for important safety information and a warning about how to properly position the head restraints. Your vehicle is equipped with head restraints in all seating positions to help protect you and your passengers from whiplash and other injuries.

  • Page 164

    06/08/05 22:04:43 32SMG610_164 Seats To remove a head restraint for Armrests Rear Centre Position folding down the rear seat, cleaning Front Seat Armrest or repair, pull it up as far as it will go. Push the release button and pull the restraint out of the seat-back.

  • Page 165

    06/08/05 22:04:54 32SMG610_165 Seats Rear Seat Armrest Folding the Rear Seats Folding Down the Seat-back The left and right rear seat-backs (For some types) can be folded down separately to make more luggage space. You can also lift up each of the rear seat cushions separately to make room for luggage (see page With only half the seat-back folded...

  • Page 166

    06/08/05 22:05:03 32SMG610_166 Seats Make sure the seat-backs are latched securely before driving. If the rear head restraints get caught on the front seat backs and you INDICATOR cannot fold down the rear seat-back fully, you can remove the head restraints (see page Pull up on the release lever on the Reverse this procedure to return the...

  • Page 167

    06/08/05 22:05:11 32SMG610_167 Seats Lifting Up the Seat Cushion Make sure all items in the luggage area are secured. Loose items can fly forward and cause injury if you have to brake hard (See Carrying Luggage on page SEAT LEG Push the armrest back in place.

  • Page 168

    06/08/05 22:05:18 32SMG610_168 Seat Heaters (For some types) Push the front of the switch, HI, to Follow these precautions whenever rapidly heat up the seat. After the you use the seat heaters: seat reaches a comfortable temperature, select LO by pushing Use the HI setting only to heat the the back of the switch.

  • Page 169

    06/08/05 22:05:25 32SMG610_169 Luggage Area Cover (For some types) To install the cover, set the mount- MOUNTING ROD HOOK ing rods to the recesses and slide the cover towards the front until it clips into place. Make sure it is securely latched so it will not come loose while you are driving.

  • Page 170: Power Windows

    06/08/05 22:05:33 32SMG610_170 Power Windows the driver’s window. Opening either Release the switch when the window MAIN SWITCH front door cancels this function. gets to the position you want. AUTO To open the driver’s or the front passenger’s window fully, push Closing a power window on the window switch firmly down, then someone’s hands or fingers...

  • Page 171

    06/08/05 22:05:41 32SMG610_171 Power Windows To open or close the driver’s or the AUTO REVERSE If either of the If your vehicle’s battery is front passenger’s window partially, front windows runs into any obstacle disconnected or goes dead, or either push down or pull back on the while it is closing automatically, it of the front windows’...

  • Page 172

    06/08/05 22:05:48 32SMG610_172 Sunshades (For some types) Opening or closing the sunshade on someone’s hands or fingers may cause injury. Make sure all hands and fingers are clear of the sunshade before opening or closing it. Both of the front and rear sunshades To open the sunshades, push on the WARNING: Always take the ignition...

  • Page 173

    06/08/05 22:05:54 32SMG610_173 Sunshades (For some types) AUTO To open the sunshades AUTO REVERSE If either of the The sunshades have a key-off delay. fully, push on the rear of the switch front and rear sunshades runs into You can still open and close the firmly, then release it.

  • Page 174

    06/08/05 22:06:03 32SMG610_174 Mirrors Adjusting the Power Mirrors Push the appropriate edge of the adjustment switch to move the mirror right, left, up, or down. SELECTOR SWITCH When you finish, move the selector switch to the centre (off) position. This turns off the adjustment switch to keep your settings.

  • Page 175

    06/08/05 22:06:10 32SMG610_175 Mirrors Power Mirror Heaters Folding Door Mirrors Never drive your vehicle with the (For some types) outside mirrors folded. REAR WINDOW DEMISTER/ HEATED MIRROR BUTTON The outside mirrors are heated to remove fog and frost. With the Door mirrors can be folded by the ignition switch in the ON (II) folding switch next to the main...

  • Page 176: Parking Brake

    06/08/05 22:06:15 32SMG610_176 Parking Brake PARKING BRAKE LEVER Driving the vehicle with the parking brake applied can damage the rear brakes and axles. A beeper will sound if the vehicle is driven with the parking brake on. You will also see the symbol ‘‘ ,’’...

  • Page 177: Interior Convenience Items

    06/08/05 22:06:20 32SMG610_177 Interior Convenience Items BEVERAGE HOLDER VANITY MIRROR SUN VISOR COAT HOOK CENTRE POCKET GLOVE BOX CIGARETTE LIGHTER BEVERAGE ASHTRAY HOLDER UNDER-FLOOR BEVERAGE HOLDERS LUGGAGE AREA REAR ACCESSORY POWER SOCKET CENTRE CONSOLE : For some types Instruments and Controls...

  • Page 178

    06/08/05 22:06:29 32SMG610_178 Interior Convenience Items Glove Box Cool Box (For some types) 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 Close closed while driving.

  • Page 179

    06/08/05 22:06:37 32SMG610_179 Interior Convenience Items The cool air is diverted from the air Centre Console Console Compartments conditioning system into the glove box through the air vent. Use only resealable containers or keep unopened cans in the glove box. Spilled liquids can damage the upholstery and electrical components in the glove box and...

  • Page 180

    06/08/05 22:06:46 32SMG610_180 Interior Convenience Items Beverage Holders doors. Use only resealable containers in the door pockets. Spilled liquids can damage the upholstery, carpeting, and electrical components in the interior. There is a partition in the The front beverage holder is in the compartment.

  • Page 181

    (II) position. It will not power an automotive type cigarette lighter element. It is recommended that this accessory socket is used for genuine Honda accessories. Make sure to put the socket cover back in place to prevent any small foreign objects getting into the socket.

  • Page 182

    06/08/05 22:07:03 32SMG610_182 Interior Convenience Items Coat Hook Sun Visor Vanity Mirror COAT HOOK SUN VISOR To use a coat hook, slide it out To use the sun visor, pull it down. Pull up the vanity mirror cover to use slightly, then pull it down.

  • Page 183

    06/08/05 22:07:10 32SMG610_183 Interior Convenience Items Under-floor Storage Area To lower the lid: Pull out the lid. On vehicles with adjustable luggage area You can also lower this lid to the bottom of the storage area to extend floor lid There is a storage area under the the luggage space.

  • Page 184

    06/08/05 22:07:16 32SMG610_184 Interior Convenience Items Cigarette Lighter If you push in the cigarette lighter without the ignition switch in the ACCESSORY (I) or the ON (II) position, it will not pop out. To return the cigarette lighter in place, you must turn the ignition switch on.

  • Page 185

    06/08/05 22:07:24 32SMG610_185 Interior Convenience Items, Interior Lights Ashtray Ceiling Lights Front ASHTRAY DOOR POSITION SELECT BUTTON ASHTRAY Open the front ashtray by lifting the The front ceiling light has a two- lid up. To remove the ashtray for position switch. In the DOOR emptying or making the Use the ashtray only for cigarettes, position, the light comes on when...

  • Page 186: Interior Lights

    06/08/05 22:07:31 32SMG610_186 Interior Lights The front ceiling light (with the Open any door. switch in the DOOR position) also Rear comes on when you unlock the door Remove the key from the ignition DOOR ACTIVATED with the key or the remote switch.

  • Page 187

    06/08/05 22:07:36 32SMG610_187 Interior Lights Ignition Switch Light Courtesy Light The ignition switch light comes on when you open the driver’s door, and fades out in about 30 seconds after you close the door. The courtesy light between the sun visors comes on when you turn the position lights on.

  • Page 188: Features

    06/08/05 22:07:41 32SMG610_188 Features The climate control system in your Interface Dial ........186 vehicle provides a comfortable Vents and Heating ......187 driving environment in all weather Climate Control System ....193 conditions. Sunlight and Temperature Sensors ........

  • Page 189: Interface Dial

    06/08/05 22:07:46 32SMG610_189 Interface Dial On vehicles with navigation system This dial consists of an upper part (selector) and a lower part (dial). only Turn the dial left or right to select or scroll through a list or item(s) on the DIAL screen and adjust the level or condition.

  • Page 190

    Your dealer can install a FLAP genuine Honda climate control system that meets Honda’s high The direction of airflow from the The driver’s side vent can be opened quality standards and is designed to...

  • Page 191

    06/08/05 22:07:58 32SMG610_191 Vents and Heating Passenger’s Side DIAL The passenger’s side vent can be opened and closed with the dial underneath it. Features...

  • Page 192

    06/08/05 22:08:07 32SMG610_192 Vents and Heating Airflow Controls Temperature Control Dial Turning the temperature control dial clockwise increases the temperature of the airflow. Fan Control Select the fan speed by pressing the REAR WINDOW DEMISTER/ MIRROR HEATER BUTTON top or bottom of the fan speed control switch ( ).

  • Page 193

    06/08/05 22:08:19 32SMG610_193 Vents and Heating The outside air intakes for the Mode Button Windscreen Demister Button climate control system are at the Use the MODE button to select the This button directs the main airflow base of the windscreen. Keep this vents the air flows from.

  • Page 194

    06/08/05 22:08:28 32SMG610_194 Vents and Heating Rear Window Demister Button Ventilation Using the Auto Heater This button turns the rear window The flow-through ventilation system The heater uses engine coolant to demister on and off (see page draws in outside air, circulates it warm the air.

  • Page 195

    06/08/05 22:08:39 32SMG610_195 Vents and Heating To Defog and Defrost To Remove Exterior Frost or Ice To Turn Everything Off To remove fog from the inside of the From the Windows If you press OFF button, the heating windows: Select and airflow control system shuts off The system automatically completely.

  • Page 196: Climate Control System

    06/08/05 22:08:47 32SMG610_196 Climate Control System On vehicles with air conditioning system To activate the climate control Driver’s Side Vent The automatic climate control system, the engine must be running. system in your vehicle picks the proper combination of air The direction of airflow from the conditioning, heating, and ventilation vents in the centre and each corner...

  • Page 197

    06/08/05 22:08:53 32SMG610_197 Climate Control System Voice Control System Centre Vents Passenger’s Side Vent On vehicles with navigation system In addition to the standard air conditioning controls, the climate control system in your vehicle can be operated using the voice control system.

  • Page 198

    06/08/05 22:08:57 32SMG610_198 Climate Control System CONTINUED Features...

  • Page 199

    06/08/05 22:09:05 32SMG610_199 Climate Control System Without navigation system Without dual temperature control system With dual temperature control system REAR WINDOW WINDSCREEN DEMISTER/ DEMISTER MIRROR HEATER BUTTON CONDITIONING BUTTON BUTTON A/C BUTTON A/C BUTTON AUTO TEMPERATURE BUTTON AUTO BUTTON CONTROL CONTROL DIAL CONTROL OFF BUTTON...

  • Page 200

    06/08/05 22:09:16 32SMG610_200 Climate Control System Automatic Climate Control regulate the interior temperature. To Turn Everything Off To put the automatic climate control If you press the OFF button, the in fully-automatic mode: In cold weather, the fan will not climate control system shuts off come on automatically until the completely.

  • Page 201

    06/08/05 22:09:25 32SMG610_201 Climate Control System Semi-automatic Operation Temperature Control You can manually select various On vehicles without dual temperature functions of the climate control control system system when it is in fully automatic Turning the temperature control dial mode. All other features remain clockwise increases the temperature automatically controlled.

  • Page 202

    06/08/05 22:09:36 32SMG610_202 Climate Control System Recirculation Button The outside air intakes for the Dual Button climate control system are at the On vehicles with dual temperature On vehicles with dual temperature base of the windscreen. Keep this control system control system When the recirculation indicator is area clear of leaves and other debris.

  • Page 203

    06/08/05 22:09:49 32SMG610_203 Climate Control System Mode Button Windscreen Demister Button Rear Window Demister Button Use the MODE button to select the This button directs the main airflow This button turns the rear window vents the air flows from. Some air to the windscreen for faster demister off and on (see page will flow from the dashboard corner...

  • Page 204

    06/08/05 22:09:57 32SMG610_204 Climate Control System With navigation system Without dual temperature control system With dual temperature control system SIDE DISPLAY CLIMATE CONTROL DISPLAY SIDE DISPLAY CLIMATE CONTROL DISPLAY REAR WINDOW DEMISTER/ MIRROR HEATER BUTTON AIR CONDITIONING WINDSCREEN DEMISTER BUTTON BUTTON FAN CONTROL TEMPERATURE...

  • Page 205

    06/08/05 22:10:08 32SMG610_205 Climate Control System Automatic Climate Control When you set the temperature to its To Turn Everything Off To put the automatic climate control lower limit ( ) or its upper limit If you press the OFF button, the in fully-automatic mode: ), the system runs at full climate control system shuts off...

  • Page 206

    06/08/05 22:10:15 32SMG610_206 Climate Control System Semi-automatic Operation You can also manually select the MANUAL SELECTION You can manually select various functions of the climate control functions of the climate control system on the navigation display system when it is in fully automatic with the interface dial.

  • Page 207

    06/08/05 22:10:25 32SMG610_207 Climate Control System When you turn the A/C off, the The outside air intakes for the system cannot regulate the inside climate control system are at the temperature if you set the base of the windscreen. Keep this temperature control dial below the area clear of leaves and other debris.

  • Page 208

    06/08/05 22:10:34 32SMG610_208 Climate Control System interface dial. Dual Button On vehicles with dual temperature control system You can set the temperatures for the driver’s side and the passenger’s side separately when this button is pressed (indicator is on). When the indicator in the DUAL button is off, you can adjust both sides to the same temperature with the driver’s...

  • Page 209

    06/08/05 22:10:44 32SMG610_209 Climate Control System You can also use the MODE button Windscreen Demister Button Rear Window Demister Button on the side panel to select the vents. This button directs the main airflow This button turns the rear window Each time you press the MODE to the windscreen for faster demister off and on (see page...

  • Page 210

    06/08/05 22:10:51 32SMG610_210 Climate Control System Dual Temperature Control The temperatures of the driver’s side and the passenger’s side can be Driver’s Side Passenger’s Side controlled independently when the indicator in the DUAL button is on. To adjust the driver’s side, turn the temperature control dial on the climate control panel.

  • Page 211

    06/08/05 22:10:55 32SMG610_211 Climate Control System To set the driver’s side temperature to a different value than the passenger’s side, press the DUAL button, then turn the temperature control dial on the control panel. To set the passenger’s side to a different value than the driver’s side, press either side ( or ) of the temperature control button on the...

  • Page 212

    06/08/05 22:11:00 32SMG610_212 Climate Control System Sunlight and Temperature Sensors SUNLIGHT SENSOR TEMPERATURE SENSOR The climate control system has two sensors. A sunlight sensor is 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 213

    06/08/05 22:11:08 32SMG610_213 Audio System The audio system is standard equipment on some models. Read Without navigation system the appropriate pages as shown below for the operation of the audio system installed in your vehicle. On vehicles without navigation system, see page On vehicles with navigation system, see page Voice Control System...

  • Page 214

    06/08/05 22:11:13 32SMG610_214 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) Playing the Radio AUTO SELECT BUTTON SCAN BUTTON PRESET BUTTONS POWER/VOLUME KNOB TUNE KNOB SEEK/SKIP BAR Features...

  • Page 215

    06/08/05 22:11:21 32SMG610_215 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) To Play the Radio To Select a Station SCAN The scan function samples The ignition switch must be in the You can use any of five methods to all stations with strong signals on the ACCESSORY (I) or ON (II) position.

  • Page 216

    06/08/05 22:11:30 32SMG610_216 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) Preset Each preset button can AUTO SELECT If you are If you do not like the stations auto store one frequency on AM or LW, travelling far from home and can no select has stored, you can store and two frequencies on FM.

  • Page 217

    06/08/05 22:11:34 32SMG610_217 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) With Radio Data System (RDS) TA/PTY BUTTON PRESET BUTTONS POWER/VOLUME KNOB TUNE KNOB Features...

  • Page 218

    06/08/05 22:11:43 32SMG610_218 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) Radio Data System (RDS) same RDS network area. Preset 1: AF ON/OFF With your audio system, you can Alternative frequency function on or utilize many convenient features You can turn on or off the RDS provided by the radio data system function and select the RDS (RDS).

  • Page 219

    06/08/05 22:11:51 32SMG610_219 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) AF (Alternative Frequency) CLOCK With this function, you This function automatically selects a can switch the clock display between frequency with the same program in 24-hours and 12-hours. the RDS network area. When the signals of the RDS station This become so weak that the system can...

  • Page 220: Program Service Name Display, Traffic Announcement Standby Function

    06/08/05 22:11:59 32SMG610_220 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) Program Service Name Display TA (Traffic Announcement) Standby You can receive traffic information If the station you are listening to is while you are listening to a disc or Function an RDS station, the frequency When you press and release the TA/ tape (if equipped).

  • Page 221: Program Type Display Function

    06/08/05 22:12:07 32SMG610_221 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) To adjust the volume of the traffic Pressing the TA/PTY button will not PTY (Program Type) Display announcement, turn the power/ turn off the TA function while you Function volume knob while the are listening to the traffic When the TA/PTY button is pressed announcement is broadcasting.

  • Page 222

    06/08/05 22:12:25 32SMG610_222 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) INFORMATION: General LIGHT MUSIC: Light classics; RELIGION: Programs concerned information and advice. classical music for non-specialist with religion. SPORT: Programs concerned with appreciation. DOCUMENTARY: Documentary any aspect of sports. CLASSICS: Traditional classics. programs.

  • Page 223

    06/08/05 22:12:34 32SMG610_223 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) When you turn the TUNE knob, the If the selected RDS station does not PTY/News Interrupt Function display will show different PTYs (see transmit PTY data, NO PTY is To activate this function, press the the PTYs list on the previous displayed.

  • Page 224

    06/08/05 22:12:38 32SMG610_224 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) Your audio system has another PTY Alarm interrupt function (including TA PTY code ‘‘ALARM’’ is used for function). The first activated emergency announcements, such as interrupt function has priority over natural disasters.

  • Page 225

    06/08/05 22:12:47 32SMG610_225 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) Adjusting the Sound The system will return to the audio Audio System Lighting Press the SOUND (TUNE) knob display about 5 seconds after you You can use the instrument panel repeatedly to display the BASS, stop adjusting a mode.

  • Page 226

    06/08/05 22:12:53 32SMG610_226 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) Playing a Disc DISC SLOT SCAN BUTTON EJECT BUTTON DISP BUTTON RANDOM BUTTON REPEAT BUTTON CD BUTTON POWER/VOLUME KNOB TUNE KNOB SEEK/SKIP BAR Features...

  • Page 227

    06/08/05 22:13:05 32SMG610_227 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) To Play a Disc This audio system can also play The specifications of the compatible To load or play discs, the ignition CD-Rs and CD-RWs compressed in WMA file are: switch must be in the ACCESSORY MP3 or WMA standard.

  • Page 228

    06/08/05 22:13:14 32SMG610_228 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) To Load a Disc DISP Button If the text data has more than 11 Insert a disc about halfway into the When you press and release the characters, you will see the first 10 disc slot.

  • Page 229

    06/08/05 22:13:24 32SMG610_229 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) You will also see the text data in the To Change or Select Tracks/Files In MP3 or WMA mode following conditions. You can use the SEEK/SKIP bar FOLDER SELECTION while a disc is playing to select select a different folder, turn the When the folder or the file is passages and change tracks (files in...

  • Page 230

    06/08/05 22:13:31 32SMG610_230 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) REPEAT (TRACK/FILE In MP3 or WMA mode RANDOM (Random within a REPEAT) To continuously replay FOLDER-REPEAT This feature, disc) This feature plays the a track (file in MP3 or WMA mode), when activated, replays all the files tracks (all files in each holder in press and release the RPT button.

  • Page 231

    06/08/05 22:13:38 32SMG610_231 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) In MP3 or WMA mode SCAN The SCAN function In MP3 or WMA mode FOLDER-RANDOM This samples all the tracks on the disc in F-SCAN This feature, when feature, when activated, plays the the order they are recorded on the activated, samples all the first files in files within a folder in random order,...

  • Page 232

    06/08/05 22:13:47 32SMG610_232 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) To Stop Playing a Disc If you turn the system off while a Operating the Optional Disc Press the eject button ( ) to disc is playing, either with the Changer remove the disc.

  • Page 233

    06/08/05 22:13:54 32SMG610_233 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) If you select an empty slot in the Operating the Optional MD Protecting Discs magazine, the changer will search Player/Changer For information on how to handle for the next available disc to load and and protect compact discs, see page (For some types) play.

  • Page 234

    06/08/05 22:14:02 32SMG610_234 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) Disc Player Error Messages Error Cause Solution The chart on the right explains the Message error messages you may see in the display while playing a disc. Press the eject button, and pull out the disc. FOCUS Error Check if it is inserted correctly in the disc If you see an error message in the...

  • Page 235

    06/08/05 22:14:10 32SMG610_235 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) Optional Disc Changer Error Error Cause Solution Messages Message The chart on the right explains the error messages you may see in the Press the magazine eject button and pull it out. display while playing a disc.

  • Page 236

    06/08/05 22:14:15 32SMG610_236 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) Playing a Tape (Optional for some types) REPEAT BUTTON PRESET BUTTONS POWER/VOLUME KNOB SEEK/SKIP BAR Features...

  • Page 237

    06/08/05 22:14:24 32SMG610_237 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) To Play a Tape Dolby noise reduction turns on To switch to the radio or disc player (Optional for some types) when you insert a tape. The while a tape is playing, press the The ignition switch must be in the indicator will come on in the AM/FM or CD/AUX button.

  • Page 238

    06/08/05 22:14:32 32SMG610_238 Audio System (on vehicles without navigation system) SKIP Press the side of the Caring for the Tape Player Store tapes in their cases to protect SEEK/SKIP bar to find the The tape player picks up dirt and them from dust and moisture.

  • Page 239

    06/08/05 22:14:40 32SMG610_239 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) Voice Control System Playing the Radio On vehicles with navigation system In addition to the standard audio SIDE DISPLAY AUDIO DISPLAY controls, the audio system in your vehicle can be operated using the voice control system.

  • Page 240

    06/08/05 22:14:49 32SMG610_240 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) To Play the Radio On the audio display of the displayed if the station is The ignition switch must be in the navigation screen, you can scroll the broadcasting in stereo (you will see ACCESSORY (I) or ON (II) position.

  • Page 241

    06/08/05 22:14:55 32SMG610_241 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) SEEK The SEEK function searches up and down from the current frequency to find a station with a strong signal. To activate it, press and release the side of the SEEK bar. With the interface dial, push the selector to the right or to the left.

  • Page 242

    06/08/05 22:15:04 32SMG610_242 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) If you do nothing, the system will To store the frequency on a preset scan for the next strong station and icon, push the AUDIO button to view play it for 10 seconds. When it plays the audio control display, then turn a station that you want to listen to, the interface dial to select a desired...

  • Page 243

    06/08/05 22:15:10 32SMG610_243 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) AUTO SELECT If you are You will see a ‘‘0’’ displayed after travelling far from home and can no pressing a preset button if auto longer receive your preset stations, select cannot find a strong station for you can use the auto select feature to that preset button.

  • Page 244

    06/08/05 22:15:18 32SMG610_244 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) With Radio Data System (RDS) Radio Data System (RDS) With your audio system, you can utilize many convenient features 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 245

    06/08/05 22:15:24 32SMG610_245 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) Then, the system will automatically keep selecting the frequency with RDS SETTING the strongest signal from the frequencies that carry the same programs. This can save you the trouble of retuning to obtain the same station as long as you are in the same RDS network area.

  • Page 246

    06/08/05 22:15:34 32SMG610_246 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) AF ON/OFF: Alternative frequency NEWS (News Program) This function on or off function automatically tunes to the radio station which is broadcasting NEWS ON/OFF: News program on the newscast. or off TA (Traffic Announcement TA ON/OFF: Traffic...

  • Page 247

    06/08/05 22:15:43 32SMG610_247 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) A-TP (Automatic Traffic Program Service Name Display station. Information Program) This If the station you are listening to is function automatically tunes to the an RDS station, the frequency A-TP cross-references other radio station which is broadcasting display will disappear and the station program services that broadcast...

  • Page 248

    06/08/05 22:15:52 32SMG610_248 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) You can also switch to the normal out from the display. You can also audio mode while you are listening to turn the TA function on or off on the the traffic information by pressing audio display on the navigation the TA/PTY button.

  • Page 249

    06/08/05 22:15:59 32SMG610_249 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) LIST MODE GROUP MODE You will see the PTY setting: Group Select the list or group mode, then and List. You can select the desired press the ENT on the interface dial PTY program either of the group or to enter the setting.

  • Page 250

    06/08/05 22:16:17 32SMG610_250 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) The principal PTYs are shown as ROCK MUSIC: Contemporary JAZZ MUSIC: Jazz music. follows. modern music. COUNTRY: Country music. EASY LISTENING: Light music. NATION M: National music. NEWS: Short accounts of facts, LIGHT CLASSICS M: Light classics;...

  • Page 251

    06/08/05 22:16:27 32SMG610_251 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) PTY Group After you select the desired program The PTY setting mode is cancelled if INFORMATION: General type, the system will search for a no further steps are taken within 5 information and advice.

  • Page 252

    06/08/05 22:16:34 32SMG610_252 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) PTY/News Interrupt Function The system will hold the last tuned Your audio system has another To activate this function, press the FM station/network PTY while you interrupt function (including TA AUDIO button on the control panel are listening to the disc.

  • Page 253

    06/08/05 22:16:43 32SMG610_253 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) Adjusting the Sound You can adjust the sound on the navigation screen. To adjust the sound, push the AUDIO button on the control panel, then push down the selector. Turn the interface dial to select the (sound mode), then press the ENT on the dial to...

  • Page 254

    06/08/05 22:16:51 32SMG610_254 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) In balance and fader setting, the audio volume decreases. Audio System Lighting right lower display shows you the You can use the instrument panel current setting of the sound strength To select any of the four settings, brightness control knob to adjust the coming from each speaker.

  • Page 255

    06/08/05 22:16:57 32SMG610_255 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) Playing a Disc SIDE DISPLAY AUDIO DISPLAY To select REPEAT, RANDOM, SCAN, SOUND DISC SLOT CD BUTTON EJECT BUTTON DISP BUTTON REPEAT BUTTON POWER/VOLUME KNOB TUNE BAR SEEK/SKIP BAR SCAN BUTTON AUDIO BUTTON INTERFACE DIAL Features...

  • Page 256

    06/08/05 22:17:08 32SMG610_256 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) To Play a Disc Video CDs and DVD discs will not In a disc compressed in WMA You operate the disc player with the work in this unit. standard, the DRM (digital rights same controls used for the radio.

  • Page 257

    06/08/05 22:17:18 32SMG610_257 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) To Load a Disc You can operate the audio system To Change or Select Tracks/Files Insert a disc about halfway into the with the control buttons on the audio You can use the SEEK/SKIP bar disc slot.

  • Page 258

    06/08/05 22:17:27 32SMG610_258 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) Using a Track List On the track list, a track name will not be displayed if the disc doesn’t have the text data. In this case, only the track number is displayed. To exit the track list, press the AUDIO button.

  • Page 259

    06/08/05 22:17:34 32SMG610_259 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) REPEAT (TRACK/FILE In MP3 or WMA mode REPEAT) To continuously replay FOLDER-REPEAT This feature, a track (file in MP3 or WMA mode), when activated, replays all the files press and release the RPT button. on the selected folder in the order You will see RPT in the side display.

  • Page 260

    06/08/05 22:17:41 32SMG610_260 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) repeatedly also cancels this function. to enter your selection. You will see RANDOM on the display. To turn off this feature, select the track random RANDOM (Random within a disc) This feature plays the as previously described, then press tracks (all files in each holder in...

  • Page 261

    06/08/05 22:17:50 32SMG610_261 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) Selecting a different folder with the To Stop Playing a Disc TUNE bar also deactivates this Press the eject button ( ) to function. remove the disc. If you eject the disc, but do not remove it from the slot, SCAN The SCAN function...

  • Page 262

    06/08/05 22:17:56 32SMG610_262 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) If you turn the system off while a Operating the Optional Disc preset 2 (DISC ) button. To select disc is playing, either with the Changer the previous disc, press the preset 1 power/volume knob or by turning An optional six disc changer is (DISC...

  • Page 263

    06/08/05 22:18:01 32SMG610_263 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) Operating the Optional MD Protecting Discs Player/Changer For information on how to handle and protect compact discs, see page (For some types) An MD player or changer is available for your vehicle as optional equipment.

  • Page 264

    06/08/05 22:18:09 32SMG610_264 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) Disc Player Error Messages Error Cause Solution The chart on the right explains the Message error messages you may see in the display while playing a disc. Press the eject button, and pull out the disc. FOCUS error Check if it is inserted correctly in the disc If you see an error message in the...

  • Page 265

    06/08/05 22:18:17 32SMG610_265 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) Optional Disc Changer Error Error Cause Solution Messages Message The chart on the right explains the error messages you may see in the Press the eject button, and remove the disc(s). display while playing a disc.

  • Page 266

    06/08/05 22:18:22 32SMG610_266 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) Playing a Tape (Optional for some types) The audio display is not available. SIDE DISPLAY PRESET BUTTONS POWER/ VOLUME KNOB CD/AUX BUTTON Features...

  • Page 267

    06/08/05 22:18:31 32SMG610_267 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) To Play a Tape You cannot select the controls on the To Stop Playing a Tape (Optional for some types) audio display of the navigation To remove the tape, press the eject The ignition switch must be in the system.

  • Page 268

    06/08/05 22:18:38 32SMG610_268 Audio System (on vehicles with navigation system) Tape Search Functions REPEAT Press the RPT button Caring for the Tape Player FF/REW To rewind the tape, to continuously play a song or Damaged tapes can jam inside the push the preset 4 ( ) button.

  • Page 269

    06/08/05 22:18:47 32SMG610_269 Protecting Your Discs General Information Protecting Discs When using CD-R or CD-RW discs, When a disc is not being played, use only high quality discs labelled store it in its case to protect it from for audio use. dust and other contamination.

  • Page 270

    06/08/05 22:18:55 32SMG610_270 Remote Audio Controls (For some types) The VOL button adjusts the volume beep. The system searches up or MODE BUTTON CH BUTTON up ( ) or down ( ). Press the top down from the current frequency to or bottom of the button, hold it until find a station with a strong signal.

  • Page 271

    06/08/05 22:19:00 32SMG610_271 Remote Audio Controls, Setting the Clock If you are playing a tape in the Setting the Clock optional tape player, press the top On vehicles with audio system ( ) of the CH button to advance to (without navigation system) the next selection.

  • Page 272

    06/08/05 22:19:08 32SMG610_272 Setting the Clock If your vehicle’s battery is You can quickly set the time to the On vehicles with navigation system disconnected or goes dead, you may nearest hour. If the displayed time is The navigation system receives need to set the clock.

  • Page 273

    06/08/05 22:19:15 32SMG610_273 Setting the Clock On vehicles without audio system numbers advance to the desired time. You can quickly set the time to the nearest hour. If the displayed time is before the half hour, pressing the R button sets the clock back to the previous hour.

  • Page 274

    06/08/05 22:19:21 32SMG610_274 Security System (For some types) The security system helps to protect The security system sets your vehicle and valuables from theft. automatically 15 seconds (25 The horn sounds (the beeping alarm seconds on vehicles equipped with on vehicles with ultrasonic sensor) the ultrasonic sensor activated) after and the turn signal lights flash if you lock the doors, bonnet, and...

  • Page 275

    06/08/05 22:19:28 32SMG610_275 Security System (For some types) When you lock the doors and the Once the security system is set, The security system will not set if tailgate with the key or the remote opening any door or tailgate (without the bonnet, tailgate, or any door is transmitter, all outside turn signals using the key or the remote...

  • Page 276

    06/08/05 22:19:35 32SMG610_276 Security System (For some types) Ultrasonic Sensor Whether the ultrasonic sensor is (For some types) activated or not, the security system If you set the security system with can only be turned off by the remote ULTRASONIC SENSORS the windows open, the ultrasonic transmitter, not the key.

  • Page 277

    06/08/05 22:19:42 32SMG610_277 Cruise Control (For some types) Cruise control allows you to maintain Using Cruise Control Press and release the SET/ a set speed above 40 km/h (25 mph) DECEL button on the steering CRUISE RES/ACCEL BUTTON without keeping your foot on the wheel.

  • Page 278

    06/08/05 22:19:51 32SMG610_278 Cruise Control (For some types) Changing the Set Speed You can decrease the set cruising Even with cruise control turned on, You can increase the set cruising speed in any of these ways: you can still use the accelerator speed in any of these ways: pedal to speed up for passing.

  • Page 279

    06/08/05 22:19:58 32SMG610_279 Cruise Control (For some types) Cancelling Cruise Control Resuming the Set Speed You can cancel cruise control in any When you push the CANCEL button, of these ways: or tap the brake or clutch pedal, the system will remember the Tap the brake or clutch pedal.

  • Page 280

    06/08/05 22:20:07 32SMG610_280 Hands-Free Telephone (HFT) System (For some types) Optional on vehicles with navigation Voice Control To use the HFT system, your phone HFT system recognizes simple voice must have approved Bluetooth system Your vehicle is equipped with the commands, such as phone numbers capability along with the Hands Free Hands-Free Telephone (HFT)

  • Page 281

    06/08/05 22:20:16 32SMG610_281 Hands-Free Telephone (HFT) System (For some types) Phonebook HFT Buttons Here is the function of each HFT The HFT system can store up to 50 button: names and phone numbers in its phonebook. With a linked phone, you HFT Talk: This button is used can then automatically dial any name before you give a command, to...

  • Page 282

    06/08/05 22:20:26 32SMG610_282 Hands-Free Telephone (HFT) System (For some types) Information Display How to Use the HFT System Using Voice Control The HFT system is operated by the Here are some guidelines for using HFT Talk and Back buttons on the voice control: left side of the steering wheel.

  • Page 283

    06/08/05 22:20:36 32SMG610_283 Hands-Free Telephone (HFT) System (For some types) To hear a list of available options the HFT system will time out and Setting Up the System at any time, press the Talk button, stop its voice recognition. The The incoming notification of the wait for the beep, and say, ‘‘Hands next time you press the Talk...

  • Page 284

    06/08/05 22:20:46 32SMG610_284 Hands-Free Telephone (HFT) System (For some types) Press and release the Talk button. have an incoming call.’’ Setting Your Password If you say ‘‘Yes’’ after the beep, the The HFT system will accept a HFT system response is, ‘‘Would The HFT system response numeric, four-digit password that you like the notification to be a...

  • Page 285

    06/08/05 22:20:58 32SMG610_285 Hands-Free Telephone (HFT) System (For some types) Press and release the Talk button. Press and release the Talk button. Pairing Your Phone After the beep, say ‘‘Yes.’’ The After the beep, say your four-digit Your Bluetooth compatible phone HFT system response is ‘‘The password.

  • Page 286

    06/08/05 22:21:08 32SMG610_286 Hands-Free Telephone (HFT) System (For some types) With your phone on and the Press and release the Talk button. Follow the prompts on your phone ignition switch in the After the beep, say the four-digit to get it into its Search mode. The ACCESSORY (I) or ON (II) code you want to use.

  • Page 287

    06/08/05 22:21:17 32SMG610_287 Hands-Free Telephone (HFT) System (For some types) To rename a paired phone, do this: Press and release the Talk button. Press and release the Talk button. Press and release the Talk button. After the beep, say the new name After the beep, say the name of After the beep, say ‘‘Phone setup.’’...

  • Page 288

    06/08/05 22:21:24 32SMG610_288 Hands-Free Telephone (HFT) System (For some types) To list all paired phones, do this: To find out the status of the phone being To change from the currently linked Press and release the Talk button. used, do this: phone to another paired phone, do this: After the beep, say ‘‘Phone setup.’’...

  • Page 289

    06/08/05 22:21:33 32SMG610_289 Hands-Free Telephone (HFT) System (For some types) Making a Call Press and release the Talk button. To make a call using a name in the HFT You can make calls using any phone After the beep, say the number system phonebook, do this: number, or by using a name in the you want to call.

  • Page 290

    06/08/05 22:21:43 32SMG610_290 Hands-Free Telephone (HFT) System (For some types) To end the call, press the Back Sending Numbers or Names Press and release the Talk button. button. During a Call After the beep, say ‘‘Send.’’ The The HFT system allow you to send dial tones will be sent, and the call To redial the last number called by numbers or names during a call.

  • Page 291

    06/08/05 22:21:51 32SMG610_291 Hands-Free Telephone (HFT) System (For some types) Receiving a Call Transferring a Call If you receive a call when you are not During a call, you can transfer it on the phone, the HFT system from the HFT system to your phone, interrupts the audio system (if it is or from your phone to the HFT on), and plays the incoming call...

  • Page 292

    06/08/05 22:22:01 32SMG610_292 Hands-Free Telephone (HFT) System (For some types) Muting a Call Setting up the Phonebook To add a name, do this: During a call, you can mute or The HFT system phonebook can Press and release the Talk button. unmute your voice to the person you store up to 50 names with their After the beep, say ‘‘Phonebook.’’...

  • Page 293

    06/08/05 22:22:11 32SMG610_293 Hands-Free Telephone (HFT) System (For some types) Press and release the Talk button. Press and release the Talk button. Press and release the Talk button. After the beep, say ‘‘Enter.’’ The After the beep, say the new After the beep, say the name you HFT system response is ‘‘Eric has number for Eric.

  • Page 294

    06/08/05 22:22:20 32SMG610_294 Hands-Free Telephone (HFT) System (For some types) Press and release the Talk button. ‘‘Would you like to call Eric?’’ Clearing the System After the beep, say ‘‘List.’’ The This operation clears the HFT HFT system responds by listing Press and release the Talk button.

  • Page 295

    06/08/05 22:22:28 32SMG610_295 Hands-Free Telephone (HFT) System (For some types) Press and release the Talk button. Changing Language Press and release the Talk button. After the beep, say ‘‘Yes.’’ The After the beep, say ‘‘Yes’’ in the To select any of the five languages; HFT system response is selected language (in French in English, French, Italian, German, and...

  • Page 296

    06/08/05 22:22:36 32SMG610_296 Hands-Free Telephone (HFT) System (For some types) The HFT system response in the To change from French to English, do selected language. If there are no selected language is, for example, paired phones without English this: ‘‘What is the French name for name tags, the HFT system Paul’s phone ?’’...

  • Page 297

    06/08/05 22:22:45 32SMG610_297 Hands-Free Telephone (HFT) System (For some types) The HFT system says, for Quick Language Selection HFT System Limitations example, ‘‘What is the English When using voice control, the HFT To select a language quickly, do the name for Paul’s phone ?’’...

  • Page 298

    06/08/05 22:22:49 32SMG610_298 Hands-Free Telephone (HFT) System (For some types) For information of DoC (Declaration of Conformance) EU models Hereby, Johnson Controls Automotive, declares that this Hands-Free Telephone System is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.

  • Page 299

    06/08/05 22:22:51 32SMG610_299...

  • Page 300: Before Driving

    06/08/05 22:22:55 32SMG610_300 Before Driving Before you begin driving your Break-in Period ......298 vehicle, you should know what fuel Fuel Recommendation ....298 to use and how to check the levels of Petrol models ......298 important fluids.

  • Page 301

    06/08/05 22:23:05 32SMG610_301 Break-in Period, Fuel Recommendation Break-in Period Fuel Recommendation Petrol of the recommended Help assure your vehicle’s future Research Octane Number (RON) Petrol models reliability and performance by paying may not be available in some areas. European models extra attention to how you drive Your vehicle is designed to operate In this case, petrol of a lower octane...

  • Page 302

    06/08/05 22:23:15 32SMG610_302 Fuel Recommendation, Service Station Procedures Diesel models Refueling Your vehicle is designed to use only Diesel Fuel (also known as Serious damage may occur if petrol Automotive gas oil and Derv). is used in diesel engines. Your vehicle is not designed to use RME (Rapeseed Methyl Ester).

  • Page 303

    06/08/05 22:23:24 32SMG610_303 Service Station Procedures Stop filling the tank after the fuel nozzle automatically clicks off. Do not try to ‘‘top off’’ the tank. Leave Fuel is highly flammable and HOLDER explosive. You can be burned some room for the fuel to expand with temperature changes.

  • Page 304

    06/08/05 22:23:32 32SMG610_304 Service Station Procedures Opening and Closing the Bonnet BONNET RELEASE HANDLE LATCH GRIP CLIP SUPPORT ROD Park the vehicle, and set the Put your fingers between the front Pull the support rod out of its clip parking brake. Pull the bonnet edge of the bonnet and the front by holding the grip, and insert the release handle under the lower...

  • Page 305

    06/08/05 22:23:40 32SMG610_305 Service Station Procedures To close the bonnet, lift it up slightly Oil Check 1.4 engine model to remove the support rod from the All engines consume oil as part of DIPSTICK hole. Put the support rod back into their normal operation, therefore, its holding clip.

  • Page 306

    06/08/05 22:23:48 32SMG610_306 Service Station Procedures 1.8 engine model 1.4 engine model Diesel models DIPSTICK DIPSTICK UPPER MARK LOWER MARK Remove the dipstick carefully, so Wipe off the dipstick with a clean Remove the dipstick again, and you do not spill the oil. Spilled oil cloth or paper towel.

  • Page 307

    06/08/05 22:23:55 32SMG610_307 Service Station Procedures Engine Coolant Check 1.8 engine model Diesel models 1.4 engine model RESERVE TANK UPPER MARK LOWER MARK UPPER MARK LOWER MARK If it is near or below the lower mark, Adding Engine Oil on page On petrol models on petrol models, on diesel...

  • Page 308

    06/08/05 22:24:02 32SMG610_308 Service Station Procedures Refer to Owner’s Maintenance Checks on page for information 1.8 engine model Diesel models about checking other items on your RESERVE TANK EXPANSION TANK vehicle. MIN LINE MAX LINE On Diesel models The coolant level in the expansion tank should be checked only when the engine and the cooling system are cold.

  • Page 309

    06/08/05 22:24:11 32SMG610_309 Fuel Cutoff Switch (For some types) In a collision or sudden impact, this switch automatically cuts off the fuel supply to the engine. After the switch has activated, it must be reset by pressing the button before the engine can be restarted. Leaking fuel can ignite or SIDE PANEL explode, causing you to be...

  • Page 310

    06/08/05 22:24:18 32SMG610_310 Fuel Economy Improving Fuel Economy Drive moderately. Rapid Always maintain your vehicle acceleration, abrupt cornering, according to the maintenance and hard braking use more fuel. schedule. See Owner’s Maintenance Checks (see page Always drive in the highest gear possible.

  • Page 311

    Accessories Be sure electronic accessories do hurt or killed. Your dealer has genuine Honda not overload electrical circuits accessories that allow you to (see page ) or interfere with Follow all instructions in this personalize your vehicle.

  • Page 312

    Some examples are: safety features can make the Lowering your vehicle with a systems ineffective. non-Honda suspension kit that significantly reduces ground clearance can allow the undercarriage to hit speed bumps or other raised objects, which could cause the airbags to deploy.

  • Page 313: Carrying Luggage

    06/08/05 22:24:42 32SMG610_313 Carrying Luggage Your vehicle has several convenient REAR DOOR POCKET CONSOLE COMPARTMENT storage areas: (P.174) Glove box FRONT DOOR POCKET Door and seat-back pockets Luggage area, including the rear GLOVE BOX seats when folded, and under-floor (P.173) luggage area Console compartment Centre pocket...

  • Page 314

    06/08/05 22:24:49 32SMG610_314 Carrying Luggage Load Limits 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 towbar must not exceed loading can affect handling be thrown around and hurt the maximum permissible weight.

  • Page 315

    06/08/05 22:24:59 32SMG610_315 Carrying Luggage Carrying Luggage in the Luggage If you lift up the rear seats, follow exceed the maximum allowable Area or on a Roof Rack the instructions above, and be sure weight. Please contact your dealer Distribute luggage evenly on the to keep luggage height below the for further information.

  • Page 316

    06/08/05 22:25:04 32SMG610_316 Carrying Luggage Luggage Hooks To secure luggage, use the four floor hooks in the luggage area. Make sure all stored items are secured before driving. On vehicles with spare tyre These hooks are also used to install a net for securing a flat tyre (see page Before Driving...

  • Page 317

    06/08/05 22:25:07 32SMG610_317...

  • Page 318

    06/08/05 22:25:10 32SMG610_318 Driving This section gives you tips on Driving Guidelines ......316 starting the engine under various Preparing to Drive ......317 conditions, and how to operate the Starting the Engine manual and i-SHIFT transmissions. It (Petrol models with manual also includes important information transmission)

  • Page 319: Driving Guidelines

    06/08/05 22:25:15 32SMG610_319 Driving Guidelines Your vehicle is designed to give you optimum handling and performance on well-maintained roads. As part of this design, your vehicle has a minimum of ground clearance. Use caution if you ever drive your vehicle on very rough or rutted roads.

  • Page 320

    06/08/05 22:25:26 32SMG610_320 Preparing to Drive You should do the following checks Check the seat adjustment (see and adjustments before you drive page your vehicle. Check the adjustment of the Make sure all windows, mirrors, inside and outside mirrors (see and outside lights are clean and page unobstructed.

  • Page 321

    06/08/05 22:25:35 32SMG610_321 Starting the Engine (Petrol models) Manual Transmission down. If the engine starts, release Apply the parking brake. pressure on the accelerator pedal so the engine does not race. In cold weather, turn off all electrical accessories to reduce If the engine fails to start, press the drain on the battery.

  • Page 322

    06/08/05 22:25:45 32SMG610_322 Starting the Engine (Petrol models) i-SHIFT (Automated Manual Transmission) Apply the parking brake. The immobilizer system protects your vehicle from theft. If an In cold weather, turn off all improperly-coded key (or other device) is used, the engine’s fuel electrical accessories to reduce the drain on the battery.

  • Page 323

    06/08/05 22:25:54 32SMG610_323 Starting the Engine (Diesel models) Apply the parking brake. Cold Climates In very cold climates the battery Turn off all electrical accessories charging and oil pressure indicators to reduce the drain on the battery. may take several seconds to go off. Similarly, engine cranking times will Push the clutch pedal down all the also increase.

  • Page 324

    06/08/05 22:25:59 32SMG610_324 Starting the Engine (Diesel models) The engine must not be run above fast idle speed until the oil pressure warning indicator goes off. This will ensure that the engine and turbocharger bearings are properly lubricated before being run at normal driving speeds. Ignition Switching Off To avoid the possibility of damaging the turbocharger bearings through...

  • Page 325: Manual Transmission

    06/08/05 22:26:05 32SMG610_325 Manual Transmission foot on the clutch pedal. This can cause excessive clutch wear. Rapid slowing or speeding- Come to a full stop before you shift up can cause loss of control into reverse. You can damage the on slippery surfaces.

  • Page 326

    06/08/05 22:26:13 32SMG610_326 Manual Transmission Recommended Shift Points Diesel engine model Drive in the highest gear that lets Do not rest your hand on the shift the engine run and accelerate Shift up Normal acceleration lever while driving; Pressure smoothly. This will give you good transmitted from your hand may fuel economy and effective 1st to 2nd...

  • Page 327

    06/08/05 22:26:21 32SMG610_327 Manual Transmission Maximum Allowable Speeds 1.4 engine model 2.2 engine model (diesel) The speeds in this table are the maximum allowable speeds in each Gear Maximum allowable Gear Maximum allowable gear. If you exceed these speeds, the speeds speeds engine speed will enter into the...

  • Page 328

    06/08/05 22:26:28 32SMG610_328 Manual Transmission Reverse Lockout If you are still unable to shift to The manual transmission has reverse, apply the parking brake, lockout so you cannot accidentally and turn the ignition switch to the shift from any forward gear to ACCESSORY (I) or the LOCK (0) reverse while the vehicle is moving position.

  • Page 329

    06/08/05 22:26:35 32SMG610_329 i-SHIFT (Automated Manual Transmission) Your vehicle’s i-SHIFT (automated Gear Position Indicator manual transmission) has six forward speeds based on the 6-speed GEAR POSITION INDICATOR manual transmission, and gear selection and clutch operation are electronically controlled for smoother shifting and better fuel economy.

  • Page 330

    06/08/05 22:26:44 32SMG610_330 i-SHIFT (Automated Manual Transmission) Shifting Before starting, make sure the gear Upshift DRIVING POSITION position indicator in the upper display shows you that the transmission is shifted properly. If the gear position indicator blinks, Downshift the transmission cannot be shifted. Return the shift lever to neutral, pause, then move it again while pressing the brake pedal.

  • Page 331

    06/08/05 22:26:52 32SMG610_331 i-SHIFT (Automated Manual Transmission) If it is needed to stop briefly while Push the shift lever forward or driving, keep the transmission in any backward from the driving position gear, press firmly on the brake pedal, to select the manual mode. Moving When you are not shifting, do not and keep your foot off the the shift lever to the A/M position...

  • Page 332

    06/08/05 22:27:00 32SMG610_332 i-SHIFT (Automated Manual Transmission) Make sure the gear position Neutral (N) Use Neutral and If you move the shift lever from indicator in the upper display press on the brake pedal whenever neutral to the driving position or shows you the appropriate gear you start the engine.

  • Page 333

    06/08/05 22:27:09 32SMG610_333 i-SHIFT (Automated Manual Transmission) If you cannot shift into any gear from Reverse (R) Come to a full stop Driving in Automatic Mode neutral, the gear position indicator before you shift into reverse. You The i-SHIFT automatically selects a will blink in the upper display.

  • Page 334

    06/08/05 22:27:17 32SMG610_334 i-SHIFT (Automated Manual Transmission) To switch the driving mode between When the control system releases Engine Speed Limiter the manual and automatic modes, the clutch to change a gear, you may If you exceed the maximum speed push the shift lever to the left side feel deceleration depending on the for the gear you are in, the engine...

  • Page 335

    06/08/05 22:27:25 32SMG610_335 i-SHIFT (Automated Manual Transmission) Driving in Manual Mode Each time you push or pull the shift automatically and selects the suitable You can shift up or down manually lever, or pull either paddle shifter, gear to prevent the engine from with the shift lever or the paddle the transmission shifts one gear up stalling.

  • Page 336

    06/08/05 22:27:33 32SMG610_336 i-SHIFT (Automated Manual Transmission) When you accelerate from a stop, The transmission downshifts to the Maximum Allowable Speeds the transmission starts in the first first gear when the vehicle comes to The speeds in this table are the gear, and you must manually upshift a complete stop.

  • Page 337

    06/08/05 22:27:41 32SMG610_337 i-SHIFT (Automated Manual Transmission) 1.4 engine model Starting in Second Gear Driving on Hills To start the vehicle in second gear, Make sure to set the parking brake Gear Maximum allowable start the engine, then push the shift when starting off on an incline.

  • Page 338

    06/08/05 22:27:50 32SMG610_338 i-SHIFT (Automated Manual Transmission) Braking or Stopping Parking When the system receives the signal To stop briefly with the engine idling, Come to a complete stop and always from ABS sensors that your vehicle keep the transmission in any gear, set the parking brake when you park is making a turn, the transmission press firmly on the brake pedal, and...

  • Page 339

    06/08/05 22:27:59 32SMG610_339 i-SHIFT (Automated Manual Transmission) i-SHIFT (Automated If this indicator comes on while If the gear position indicator does driving due to the clutch system not show the appropriate gear Manual Transmission) overheating, it goes off when the position, you cannot continue driving.

  • Page 340

    06/08/05 22:28:09 32SMG610_340 Parking Always use the parking brake when Parking Tips If the vehicle is facing uphill, turn you park your vehicle. Make sure Make sure the windows are closed. the front wheels away from the the parking brake is set firmly, or curb, and put the transmission in your vehicle may roll if it is parked Turn off the lights.

  • Page 341: Braking System

    06/08/05 22:28:17 32SMG610_341 Braking System Your vehicle is equipped with front Check the brakes after driving Brake Wear Indicators disc brakes. The brakes on the rear through deep water. Apply the All four disc brakes have audible wheels may be disc or drum, brakes moderately to see if they feel brake pad wear indicators.

  • Page 342: Anti-lock Brakes (abs)

    06/08/05 22:28:25 32SMG610_342 Anti-lock Brakes (ABS) The anti-lock brake system (ABS) You will feel a pulsation in the brake ABS Indicator helps prevent the wheels from pedal when the ABS activates, and locking up, and helps you retain you may hear some noise. This is If the ABS indicator comes on, the steering control by pumping the normal: it is the ABS rapidly...

  • Page 343

    06/08/05 22:28:32 32SMG610_343 Anti-lock Brakes (ABS) If the ABS indicator and the brake Important Safety Reminders A vehicle with ABS may require a system indicator come on together, ABS does not reduce the time or longer distance to stop on loose or and the parking brake is fully uneven surfaces, such as gravel or distance it takes to stop the...

  • Page 344

    06/08/05 22:28:43 32SMG610_344 Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) System The vehicle stability assist (VSA) If the VSA system is off and you system inspected by your dealer. system helps to stabilize the vehicle accelerate from a stop, the vehicle during cornering if the vehicle turns may pull, and it may take extra effort If the indicator does not come on more or less than desired.

  • Page 345

    06/11/02 10:09:42 32SMG610_345 Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) System In certain unusual conditions when VSA Off Switch VSA is turned on every time you your vehicle gets stuck in shallow start the engine, even if you turned it mud or fresh snow, it may be easier off the last time you drove the to free it with the VSA temporarily vehicle.

  • Page 346

    06/08/05 22:28:57 32SMG610_346 Driving in Bad Weather Driving Technique Always drive Exercise extra caution when driving 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 347

    06/08/05 22:29:04 32SMG610_347 Driving in Bad Weather Visibility Being able to see Traction Check your tyres 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 348

    06/08/05 22:29:11 32SMG610_348 Towing a Trailer Your vehicle has been designed Load Limits primarily to carry passengers and their luggage. You can also 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 349

    06/08/05 22:29:18 32SMG610_349 Towing a Trailer For example, if the trailer and its The maximum permissible weight Checking Loads load weigh 225 kg (500 lbs), the must not exceed the specified limit The best way to confirm that vehicle trailer nose load should be 22.5 kg as shown on page and trailer weights are within limits (50 lbs).

  • Page 350

    06/08/05 22:29:28 32SMG610_350 Towing a Trailer Towing Equipment and Towbars Trailer Brakes Accessories Any towbar used on your vehicle If you are thinking of getting a trailer Towing can require a variety of must be properly bolted to the that has brakes, be sure they are equipment, depending on the size of underbody.

  • Page 351

    06/08/05 22:29:39 32SMG610_351 Towing a Trailer Trailer Lights Always consult your dealer before Pre-Tow Checklist Trailer lights and equipment must connecting the trailer lights to your When preparing to tow, and before comply with the country’s vehicle’s lighting system. driving away, be sure to check the regulations where you are driving.

  • Page 352

    06/08/05 22:29:48 32SMG610_352 Towing a Trailer The lights and brakes on your Driving Safely With a Trailer Towing Speeds and Gears vehicle and the trailer are working The added weight, length, and Drive slower than normal in all properly. height of a trailer will affect your driving situations, and obey posted vehicle’s handling and performance, speed limits for vehicles with trailers.

  • Page 353

    06/08/05 22:29:57 32SMG610_353 Towing a Trailer Making Turns and Braking Do not ‘‘ride’’ the brakes, and Handling Crosswinds and Buffeting Make turns more slowly and wider remember, it will take longer to slow Crosswinds and air turbulence than normal. The trailer tracks a down and stop when towing a trailer.

  • Page 354

    06/08/05 22:30:03 32SMG610_354 Towing a Trailer Backing Up On Diesel models only Always drive slowly and have You should keep the engine idling someone guide you when backing up. for about 2 minutes before turning Grip the bottom of the steering off the ignition switch.

  • Page 355

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  • Page 356

    06/08/05 22:30:09 32SMG610_356 Maintenance Regularly maintaining your vehicle is Maintenance Safety ...... . 354 Vehicle Storage ......419 the best way to protect your invest- Maintenance Schedule ....355 ment. You will be rewarded with Maintenance Record .....

  • Page 357: Maintenance Safety

    06/08/05 22:30:19 32SMG610_357 Maintenance Safety All service items not detailed in this Injury from moving parts. section should be performed by a not run the engine unless certified technician or other qualified instructed to do so. Improperly maintaining this technician. vehicle or failing to correct a problem before driving can Important Safety Precautions...

  • Page 358: Maintenance Schedule

    The maintenance schedule assumes We recommend the use of genuine specifies all maintenance required to you will use your vehicle as normal Honda parts and fluids or their keep your vehicle in peak operating transportation for passengers and equivalent whenever you have condition.

  • Page 359

    06/08/05 22:30:44 32SMG610_359 Maintenance Schedule Owner’s Maintenance Checks Windscreen wipers Check the Air conditioning system (on some You should check the following wiper condition monthly. If the types) Check its operation items at the use or specified intervals. wipers do not wipe the windscreen weekly.

  • Page 360

    06/08/05 22:31:01 32SMG610_360 Maintenance Schedule for Petrol Models (Except EU) This maintenance schedule Service at the indicated distance km x 1,000 outlines the minimum required 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...

  • Page 361

    06/08/05 22:31:14 32SMG610_361 Maintenance Schedule for Petrol Models (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 i-SHIFT...

  • Page 362

    06/08/05 22:31:22 32SMG610_362 Maintenance Schedule for Petrol Models (Except EU) NOTE: If you drive your vehicle under one or more of the following severe conditions, the following items must be serviced according to the maintenance schedule indicated as Severe. Severe driving conditions: Driving less than 8 km (5 miles) per trip, or in freezing temperatures, driving less than 16 km (10 miles) per trip.

  • Page 363

    06/08/05 22:31:35 32SMG610_363 Maintenance Schedule for Diesel Models (Except EU) This maintenance schedule Service at the indicated distance km x 1,000 outlines the minimum required 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...

  • Page 364

    06/08/05 22:31:49 32SMG610_364 Maintenance Schedule for Diesel Models (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 brake fluid Every 3 years (independent of distance) Check parking brake adjustment Replace dust and pollen filter (if equipped)

  • Page 365

    06/08/05 22:31:57 32SMG610_365 Maintenance Schedule for Diesel Models (Except EU) NOTE: If you drive your vehicle under one or more of the following severe conditions, the following items must be serviced according to the maintenance schedule indicated as Severe. Severe driving conditions: Driving less than 8 km (5 miles) per trip, or in freezing temperatures, driving less than 16 km (10 miles) per trip.

  • Page 366

    06/08/05 22:32:03 32SMG610_366 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 367

    06/08/05 22:32:07 32SMG610_367 Fluid Locations (Petrol models with manual transmission) 1.4 engine model ENGINE OIL FILL CAP BRAKE FLUID (Black cap) CLUTCH FLUID (Black cap) WASHER FLUID (Blue cap) ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK RADIATOR CAP ENGINE COOLANT RESERVOIR (Orange handle) Left-hand drive type is shown. Maintenance...

  • Page 368

    06/08/05 22:32:10 32SMG610_368 Fluid Locations (Petrol models with manual transmission) 1.8 engine model ENGINE OIL FILL CAP BRAKE FLUID (Black cap) CLUTCH FLUID (Black cap) WASHER FLUID (Blue cap) ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK RADIATOR CAP ENGINE COOLANT RESERVOIR (Orange handle) Left-hand drive type is shown. Maintenance...

  • Page 369

    06/08/05 22:32:14 32SMG610_369 Fluid Locations (Petrol models with i-SHIFT) ENGINE OIL FILL CAP CLUTCH FLUID BRAKE FLUID (Black cap) (Black cap) WASHER FLUID (Blue cap) ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK (Orange handle) RADIATOR CAP ENGINE COOLANT RESERVOIR 1.8 engine model with left-hand drive is shown. Maintenance...

  • Page 370

    06/08/05 22:32:17 32SMG610_370 Fluid Locations (Diesel models) BRAKE FLUID (Black cap) CLUTCH FLUID (Black cap) EXPANSION TANK WASHER FLUID (Blue cap) ENGINE OIL FILL CAP ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK (Orange handle) Right-hand drive type is shown. Maintenance...

  • Page 371

    Always use a premium-grade detergent oil. It is highly recommended that you use genuine Honda Motor Oil, ‘‘ACEA A1/B1,’’ ‘‘ACEA A3/B3,’’ or ‘‘ACEA A5/B5’’ in your vehicle for as long as you own it. ENGINE OIL FILL CAP...

  • Page 372

    Always use a premium-grade deter- use less fuel. gent oil. It is highly recommended that you use genuine Honda Motor Engine Oil Additives Oil in your vehicle for as long as you Your vehicle does not require any oil own it.

  • Page 373

    On vehicles without DPF It is highly recommended that you use genuine Honda Motor Oil or 0W-30 synthetic motor oil meeting Unscrew and remove the engine oil the minimum specification: ‘‘ACEA fill cap on the valve cover. Pour in A1/B1,’’...

  • Page 374

    SAE viscosity oil for your vehicle It is highly recommended that you Your vehicle does not require any oil according to this chart: use genuine Honda Motor Oil or additives. Additives may adversely 0W-30 synthetic motor oil meeting affect your engine’s or transmission’s the minimum specification: ‘‘ACEA...

  • Page 375

    RESERVE TANK RESERVE TANK Removing the radiator cap If the coolant level in the reserve Always use genuine Honda All while the engine is hot can tank is at or below the MIN line, add Season Antifreeze/Coolant Type 2. cause the coolant to spray coolant to bring it up to the MAX line.

  • Page 376

    06/08/05 22:33:05 32SMG610_376 Engine Coolant (Petrol models) 1.4 engine model is shown. 1.4 engine model 1.8 engine model RADIATOR CAP RADIATOR CAP RESERVE TANK Make sure the engine and radiator The coolant level should be up to Pour coolant into the reserve tank. are cool.

  • Page 377

    06/08/05 22:33:12 32SMG610_377 Engine Coolant (Diesel models) Adding Engine Coolant Always use genuine Honda All Season Antifreeze/Coolant Type 2. This coolant is pre-mixed with 50 EXPANSION MAX LINE Removing the expansion TANK percent antifreeze and 50 percent tank cap while the engine is water.

  • Page 378

    06/08/05 22:33:20 32SMG610_378 Engine Coolant (Diesel models) Put the expansion tank cap back on, and tighten it fully. Do not add any rust inhibitors or other additives to your vehicle’s cooling system. They may not be compatible with the coolant or engine components.

  • Page 379: Windscreen Washers

    06/08/05 22:33:29 32SMG610_379 Windscreen Washers When you refill the reservoir, clean Petrol models Diesel models the edges of the windscreen wiper blades with windscreen washer fluid on a clean cloth. This will help to condition them. Do not use engine antifreeze or a vinegar/water solution in the windscreen washer reservoir.

  • Page 380: Manual Transmission Fluid

    Always use genuine Honda MTF-3 Always use genuine Honda Manual (Manual Transmission Fluid-3). If it Transmission Fluid (MTF). If it is is not available, you may use an API...

  • Page 381

    The brake fluid reservoir consists of the MIN and MAX marks on the side the two parts: primary and secondary Always use genuine Honda Brake of the reservoir. If the level is at or reservoirs. The secondary reservoir Fluid or an equivalent from a sealed below the MIN mark, your brake is behind the primary reservoir.

  • Page 382: Brake And Clutch Fluid

    06/08/05 22:33:52 32SMG610_382 Brake and Clutch Fluid Clutch System Diesel models Petrol models with i-Shift Petrol models with manual transmission transmission The fluid level should be between A low fluid level can indicate a leak the MIN and MAX marks on the side in the clutch system.

  • Page 383

    06/08/05 22:34:02 32SMG610_383 Air Cleaner Element (Petrol models) The air cleaner element should be Replacement replaced according to the time and distance recommendations in the CLIPS CLIPS maintenance schedule. Cleaning On vehicles with dry type air cleaner element The air cleaner element should also be cleaned according to the maintenance schedule.

  • Page 384

    06/08/05 22:34:11 32SMG610_384 Air Cleaner Element (Petrol models) AIR CLEANER ELEMENT AIR CLEANER ELEMENT 1.4 engine model 1.8 engine model 1.8 engine model is shown. Remove the old air cleaner Place the new air cleaner element Make sure to connect the air element.

  • Page 385

    06/08/05 22:34:21 32SMG610_385 Air Cleaner Element (Diesel models) The air cleaner element should be Replacement replaced according to the time and distance recommendations in the CLIPS maintenance schedule. Follow the replacement procedure for removal and reinstallation. AIR CLEANER ELEMENT The air cleaner element is inside the Carefully clean the inside of the air cleaner housing in the engine air cleaner housing with a damp...

  • Page 386: Fuel Filter

    06/08/05 22:34:29 32SMG610_386 Fuel Filter The fuel filter should be replaced Draining Water After the vehicle has been stored for according to the time and distance (Diesel models only) an extended period, the engine may recommendations in the mainte- You will see the symbol ‘‘ ,’’...

  • Page 387

    06/08/05 22:34:33 32SMG610_387 Lights Check the operation of your vehicle’s exterior lights at least once a month. A burned out bulb can make the HIGH BEAM HEADLIGHT condition of your vehicle unsafe reducing your vehicle’s visibility and the ability to signal your intentions to other drivers.

  • Page 388

    06/08/05 22:34:46 32SMG610_388 Lights Check the following: HIGH-MOUNT BRAKE LIGHT Headlights (low and high beam) STOP/TAIL-LIGHT REAR FOG LIGHT Position lights Tail-lights Brake lights Turn signals Side turn signals Back-up lights Hazard light function Licence plate lights High-mount brake light Front fog lights (for some models) Rear fog light If you find any bulbs are burned out,...

  • Page 389

    06/08/05 22:34:55 32SMG610_389 Lights Headlight Aiming Headlights with High Voltage Replacing a Headlight Bulb The headlights were properly aimed Discharge Tubes Your vehicle has halogen headlight when your vehicle was new. If you bulbs. When replacing a bulb, handle (For some types) regularly carry heavy items in the The low beam headlight bulbs are a it by its base, and protect the glass...

  • Page 390

    06/08/05 22:35:04 32SMG610_390 Lights High Beam Headlights (Petrol models) Open the bonnet. BULB COVER Remove the cover on the back of Remove the electrical connector SECONDARY AIR DUCT the headlight assembly by turning from the bulb by pulling the it anticlockwise. connector straight back.

  • Page 391

    06/08/05 22:35:14 32SMG610_391 Lights Insert the new bulb into the hole, Low Beam Headlights making sure the tabs are in their (Petrol models) slots. Pivot the hold-down wire back in place, and clip the end into Front the slot. Push the electrical connector onto the new bulb.

  • Page 392

    06/08/05 22:35:25 32SMG610_392 Lights Insert the new bulb into the hole, High Beam Headlights making sure the tabs are in their (Diesel models) slots. Pivot the hold-down wire back in place, and clip the end into WASHER FLUID RESERVOIR CAP the slot.

  • Page 393

    06/08/05 22:35:32 32SMG610_393 Lights EXPANSION COVER TANK BULB Remove the coolant tubes from Remove the cover on the back of Remove the electrical connector the two clips and the over flow the headlight assembly by turning from the bulb by pulling the tube from the expansion tank, it anticlockwise.

  • Page 394

    06/08/05 22:35:42 32SMG610_394 Lights Insert the new bulb into the hole, Turn on the headlights to test the Low Beam Headlights making sure the tabs are in their new bulb. (Diesel models) slots. Pivot the hold-down wire back in place, and clip the end into On the left side the slot.

  • Page 395

    06/08/05 22:35:51 32SMG610_395 Lights Insert the new bulb into the hole, making sure the tabs are in their slots. Pivot the hold-down wire Front back in place, and clip the end into the slot. Push the electrical connector onto the new bulb. Make sure it is connected securely.

  • Page 396

    06/08/05 22:36:00 32SMG610_396 Lights Replacing a Front Position Light Bulb A front position light bulb is located underneath the high beam headlight bulb under the cover. Open the bonnet. On Diesel models To change a left side bulb, obtain working space by moving the battery toward the windscreen COVER (see page...

  • Page 397

    06/08/05 22:36:10 32SMG610_397 Lights Insert the new bulb into the Replacing a Front Turn Signal headlight assembly. Make sure it Light Bulb is on all the way. Reinstall the cover over the back of the headlight assembly and turn it clockwise to lock in place. Make sure it is right side up;...

  • Page 398

    06/08/05 22:36:19 32SMG610_398 Lights Remove the bulb from the socket Replacing Rear Bulbs by pushing it in and turning the (In Fenders) bulb anticlockwise until it unlocks. Insert the socket back into the headlight assembly. Turn it clockwise to lock it in place. Turn on the lights to make sure the new bulb is working.

  • Page 399

    06/08/05 22:36:28 32SMG610_399 Lights Remove the socket for that bulb Replacing Rear Bulbs by turning it one-quarter turn (in Tailgate) anticlockwise. Pull the bulb straight out of its socket. Push the new bulb straight into the socket until it bottoms. Reinstall the socket into the light assembly by turning it clockwise until it locks.

  • Page 400

    06/08/05 22:36:36 32SMG610_400 Lights Pull the bulb straight out of its socket. Push the new bulb straight into the socket until it bottoms. Reinstall the socket into the light assembly by turning it clockwise until it locks. Turn on the lights to make sure the new bulb is working.

  • Page 401

    06/08/05 22:36:45 32SMG610_401 Lights Replacing a Front Fog Light Bulb (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. If you touch the glass, clean it with denatured alcohol and a clean cloth.

  • Page 402

    06/08/05 22:36:53 32SMG610_402 Lights Insert the new bulb into the hole Replacing Bulbs in the Interior FRONT CEILING LIGHT and turn it one-quarter turn Lights clockwise to lock it in place. The ceiling lights and vanity mirror lights come apart the same way, but Push the electrical connector back they do not use the same type of onto the bulb.

  • Page 403

    06/08/05 22:37:02 32SMG610_403 Lights REAR CEILING LIGHT VANITY MIRROR LIGHT Front ceiling light: Remove the bulb by pulling it Pry on the edge of the front housing. straight out of its holder. Rear ceiling light: Push the new bulb into the holder. Pry on the side edge of the lens in Snap the lens or the housing back the middle.

  • Page 404

    06/08/05 22:37:10 32SMG610_404 Lights Replacing the Luggage Area Light Bulb PLASTIC COVER BULB CONNECTOR Open the tailgate. Remove the electrical connector Remove the plastic cover by from the light assembly by pulling pivoting it upward. Put a cloth on the front edge of it out.

  • Page 405

    06/08/05 22:37:19 32SMG610_405 Lights Put the cover back in place and Replacing a Glove Box Light Bulb install the electrical connector securely. Put the light assembly back into the hole, rear side first. Push on the front side until it snaps into place.

  • Page 406

    06/08/05 22:37:26 32SMG610_406 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 407

    06/08/05 22:37:34 32SMG610_407 Dust and Pollen Filter (For some types) This filter removes the dust and Replacement pollen that is brought in from the The dust and pollen filter is under outside through the climate control the dashboard on the passenger’s system.

  • Page 408

    06/08/05 22:37:42 32SMG610_408 Dust and Pollen Filter (For some types) Install a new filter in the housing. Make sure the arrows of the ‘‘Air DUST AND POLLEN FILTER Flow’’ marks on the filter point to the airflow direction (inside the vehicle).

  • Page 409: Wiper Blades

    06/08/05 22:37:49 32SMG610_409 Wiper Blades Check the condition of the wiper WIPER ARMS blades at least every 6 months. Replace them if you find signs of cracking in the rubber, and areas that are getting hard or if they leave streaks and unwiped areas when used.

  • Page 410

    06/08/05 22:37:58 32SMG610_410 Wiper Blades BLADE ASSEMBLY COVER NOTCH WIPER BLADE If you cannot remove the cap, Disconnect the blade assembly Remove the blade from the blade release the lock with a small flat- from the wiper arm: assembly: tipped screwdriver. Put a cloth on Find the side of the blade the notch, insert a screwdriver and Press and hold the lock tab.

  • Page 411

    06/08/05 22:38:07 32SMG610_411 Wiper Blades Do not pull up the end of the Install the new blade onto the BLADE holder forcibly and bend the blade assembly: holder excessively while removing the blade. This could damage the Pull back either end of the blade holder.

  • Page 412

    06/08/05 22:38:16 32SMG610_412 Tyres To safely operate your vehicle, your Inflation Guidelines Remember to check the spare tyre at tyres must be the proper type and Keeping the tyres properly inflated the same time. size, in good condition with adequate provides the best combination of tread, and correctly inflated.

  • Page 413

    06/08/05 22:38:25 32SMG610_413 Tyres You should get your own tyre Tyre Inspection INDICATOR LOCATION MARKS 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 414

    Improper wheel weights can damage equipped with a compact spare tyre your vehicle’s aluminium wheels. or when the normal spare tyre is not Use only genuine Honda wheel included in the tyre rotation. weights for balancing. CONTINUED Maintenance...

  • Page 415

    06/08/05 22:38:43 32SMG610_415 Tyres Replacing Tyres and Wheels It is best to replace all four tyres at For non-directional tyres and wheels Replace your tyres with radial tyres the same time. If that is not possible Front of the same size, load range, speed or necessary, replace the two front rating, and maximum cold tyre tyres or two rear tyres as a pair.

  • Page 416

    06/08/05 22:38:51 32SMG610_416 Tyres Wheels and Tyres Tyres: Wheels: 1.4 engine model Installing improper tyres on 1.4 engine model 205/55R16 91V your vehicle can affect 16 x 6 1/2J 205/55R16 91H handling and stability. This can cause a crash in which 1.8 engine model and diesel engine 1.8 engine model and diesel engine you can be seriously hurt or...

  • Page 417

    06/08/05 22:38:57 32SMG610_417 Tyres The sizes of wheels and tyres Winter Tyres Install the winter tyres according to installed on your vehicle vary Because of the limited winter the remarks in the registration paper. depending on models. qualification of summer tyres for According to the EEC Directive for winter use we recommend the use of tyres, when winter tyres are used, it...

  • Page 418

    06/08/05 22:39:02 32SMG610_418 Tyres Tyre Chains When you have installed tyre chains, On vehicles equipped with 225/45R17 Use snow chains only in an drive at less than 30 km/h (19 mph) size tyres emergency or when they are legally on roads covered with snow or ice. You cannot install any type of tyre required for driving through a To minimize tyre and chain wear,...

  • Page 419

    06/08/05 22:39:08 32SMG610_419 Tyres For EU models Use only the specified chains or their equivalents for your tyres as listed. Original Tyre Size Chain Type 205/55R16 RUD-matic classic 48482 or equivalents 225/45R17 Not Available Original tyre is mentioned on the tyre information label on the driver’s doorjamb.

  • Page 420

    06/08/05 22:39:16 32SMG610_420 Checking the Battery TEST INDICATOR WINDOW TEST INDICATOR WINDOW TEST INDICATOR WINDOW 1.4 engine model 1.8 engine model 2.2 engine model (diesel) Check the condition of the battery Check the terminals for corrosion (a If additional battery maintenance is monthly by looking at the test white or yellowish powder).

  • Page 421

    06/08/05 22:39:21 32SMG610_421 Checking the Battery Emergency Procedures Flush with water from a cup The battery gives off The battery contains sulfuric Eyes explosive hydrogen gas acid (electrolyte) which is or other container for at least 15 minutes. (Water under pressure can during normal operation.

  • Page 422

    06/08/05 22:39:34 32SMG610_422 Checking the Battery, Vehicle Storage If your vehicle’s battery is Vehicle Storage Block the rear wheels. disconnected or goes dead, the If you need to park your vehicle for AUTO feature of the front windows an extended period (more than 1 If the vehicle is to be stored for a will be disabled.

  • Page 423

    06/08/05 22:39:40 32SMG610_423 Vehicle Storage Cover the vehicle with a On Diesel models only If you store your vehicle for 1 year or ‘‘breathable’’ cover, one made After you parked the vehicle for longer, have your dealer perform the from a porous material such as an extended period, water stays in maintenance inspections called for in cotton.

  • Page 424

    06/08/05 22:39:50 32SMG610_424 Vehicle Storage Priming the Fuel System FUEL HAND PRIMER (Diesel models only) If your vehicle runs out of fuel, the Do not press the engine cover malfunction indicator lamp will come forcibly. This may damage the on, or the symbol ‘‘ ’’...

  • Page 425

    06/08/05 22:39:58 32SMG610_425 Vehicle Storage Start the engine (see page ). If The engine runs normally, but the the engine does not start right malfunction indicator lamp or the away, do not hold the ENGINE PGM-FI warning remains on. START button for more than 10 seconds at a time.

  • Page 426

    06/08/05 22:40:02 32SMG610_426 Appearance Care Regular cleaning and polishing of Exterior Care ........424 your vehicle helps to keep it ‘‘new’’ Washing ........424 looking. This section gives you Waxing ........425 information on how to clean your Aluminium Wheels ....

  • Page 427: Exterior Care

    06/08/05 22:40:11 32SMG610_427 Exterior Care Washing Rinse the vehicle thoroughly with When you have washed and rinsed Frequent washing helps preserve cool water to remove loose dirt. the whole exterior, dry it with a your vehicle’s beauty. Dirt and grit chamois or soft towel.

  • Page 428

    06/08/05 22:40:19 32SMG610_428 Exterior Care Waxing Polishes Polishes and cleaner/ Aluminium Wheels Always wash and dry the whole waxes can restore the shine to paint (For some types) vehicle before waxing it. You should that has oxidized and lost some of its Clean your vehicle’s aluminium alloy wax your vehicle, including the metal shine.

  • Page 429

    06/08/05 22:40:23 32SMG610_429 Exterior Care Paint Touch-up Your dealer has touch-up paint to match your vehicle’s colour. The colour code is printed on a plate on the front doorjamb on the left side. Take this code to your dealer so you are sure to get the correct colour.

  • Page 430: Interior Care

    06/08/05 22:40:30 32SMG610_430 Interior Care Carpeting Floor Mats If you use non-Honda floor mats, Vacuum the carpeting frequently to (Optional) make sure they fit properly and that remove dirt. Ground-in dirt will make they can be used with the floor mat the carpet wear out faster.

  • Page 431

    06/08/05 22:40:38 32SMG610_431 Interior Care Fabric Leather Windows Vacuum dirt and dust out of the (For some types) Clean the windows, inside and out, material frequently. For general Vacuum dirt and dust from the with a commercially-available glass cleaning, use a solution of mild soap leather frequently.

  • Page 432

    06/08/05 22:40:45 32SMG610_432 Interior Care Seat Belts Dirt build-up on the openings of the Air Fresheners seat belt anchors can cause the belts If you want to use an air freshener/ OPENING to retract slowly. Wipe the openings deodorizer in the interior of your with a clean cloth dampened in mild vehicle, it is best to use a solid type.

  • Page 433: Corrosion Protection

    06/08/05 22:40:52 32SMG610_433 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 434

    ..... . 432 common problems that motorists Changing a Flat Tyre ....433 experience with their vehicles. It Honda TRK ........441 gives you information about how to If the Engine Won’t Start ....456 safely evaluate the problem and what Jump Starting ........

  • Page 435

    06/08/05 22:41:04 32SMG610_435 Compact Spare Tyre (For some types) Use the compact spare tyre as a Follow these precautions: Do not use the compact spare tyre temporary replacement only. Get if you are towing a trailer. your regular tyre repaired or Never exceed 80 km/h (50 mph).

  • Page 436

    Apply the and design tyre, mounted on the parking brake. On vehicles with Honda TRK same wheel. The spare tyre is not Your vehicle is equipped with the designed to be mounted on a regular...

  • Page 437

    06/08/05 22:41:21 32SMG610_437 Changing a Flat Tyre Turn on the hazard warning Open the tailgate. Raise the indicators, and turn the ignition luggage area floor by lifting up on switch to the LOCK (0) position. the strap. Have all the passengers get out of the vehicle while you change the tyre.

  • Page 438: Changing A Flat Tyre

    06/08/05 22:41:31 32SMG610_438 Changing a Flat Tyre UNDER-FLOOR BOX WHEEL NUTS VINYL BAG, TYRE NET WHEEL NUT WRENCH Turn the jack’s end bracket Remove the under-floor box and Loosen each wheel nut 1/2 turn anticlockwise to loosen it, then take out the vinyl bag and the tyre with the wheel nut wrench.

  • Page 439

    06/08/05 22:41:39 32SMG610_439 Changing a Flat Tyre WHEEL NUT EXTENSION JACKING POINT WHEEL NUT WRENCH WHEEL COVER Place the jack under the jacking Use the extension and the wheel On some models point nearest the tyre you need to nut wrench as shown to raise the Before removing the wheel nuts, change.

  • Page 440

    06/08/05 22:41:45 32SMG610_440 Changing a Flat Tyre To install a wheel cover, see page BRAKE HUB Before mounting the spare tyre, Put on the spare tyre. Put the wipe any dirt off the mounting wheel nuts back on finger-tight, surface of the wheel and hub with then tighten them in a crisscross a clean cloth.

  • Page 441

    06/08/05 22:41:54 32SMG610_441 Changing a Flat Tyre CENTRE CAP Tighten the wheel nuts securely in On some types, remove the centre Put the flat tyre in the supplied the same crisscross pattern. Have cap before storing the flat tyre in vinyl bag.

  • Page 442

    06/08/05 22:42:02 32SMG610_442 Changing a Flat Tyre Loose items can fly around the interior in a crash and could seriously injure the occupants. Store the wheel, jack, and tools securely before driving. Close the tailgate. Place the supplied tyre net on the Wrap the flat tyre with the net, luggage area, then attach the two then attach the other two hooks to...

  • Page 443

    06/08/05 22:42:09 32SMG610_443 Changing a Flat Tyre Installing a wheel cover (For some types) VALVE MARK TYRE VALVE CLIPS CLIPS WIRE SUPPORT RING Make sure the wire support ring is Align the valve mark on the wheel Make sure the wire support ring is hooked into the clips around the cover to the tyre valve on the on the outer side of the tyre valve...

  • Page 444

    Instead, your vehicle has handling manual is included in the the tyre sealant kit (Honda TRK: kit. Symbols on the Cuts or piercing in the tyre tread temporary repair kit of TERRA-S ).

  • Page 445

    06/08/05 22:42:29 32SMG610_445 Honda TRK (For some types) Instructions for Use TOOL KIT If you drive a vehicle after repair without extracting a nail or a screw, it may cause air leakage again or damage the inside and burst a tyre. If...

  • Page 446

    06/08/05 22:42:35 32SMG610_446 Honda TRK (For some types) Contains ethylene glycol. Harmful if swallowed. Swallow plenty of water Aluminium and seek medical advice Sealed immediately. Irritating to eyes. Rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice. Take out the temporary repair kit Keep locked up and out of and shake the bottle (A).

  • Page 447

    Read the instructions carefully. Symbols on the label are to remind you to read the Honda TRK section for using the tyre sealant kit. If you have any questions about the tyre sealant kit, please contact your dealer.

  • Page 448

    06/08/05 22:42:49 32SMG610_448 Honda TRK (For some types) A valve insert can jump out, if PLUG air remains in tyre. Be careful in removing valve insert. FILLER HOSE Unscrew the valve insert (F) using Pull the plug from the filler hose the valve remover (E).

  • Page 449

    06/08/05 22:42:56 32SMG610_449 Honda TRK (For some types) Hold the filling bottle with the filler Pull off the filler hose and firmly Affix a sticker of ‘‘Tyre Sealant in hose downwards and compress. screw the valve insert (F) into the the tyre’’...

  • Page 450

    06/08/05 22:43:03 32SMG610_450 Honda TRK (For some types) Screw the inflation hose (J) to the tyre valve (C). Fit the plug to socket (K) of the cigarette lighter. Do not affix a sticker on the steering wheel. The SRS air bag may not function.

  • Page 451

    06/08/05 22:43:09 32SMG610_451 Honda TRK (For some types) AIR PRESSURE GAUGE Operate electric inflation pump for not longer than 15 minutes. It can cause overheating. POWER PLUG AIR COMPRESSOR SWITCH (L) (C) Turn the ignition switch to the ACCESSORY (I) position. Turn on the air compressor (L).

  • Page 452

    06/08/05 22:43:15 32SMG610_452 Honda TRK (For some types) After 10 minutes or 5 km (3 miles) running, check the tyre pressure with the air compressor pressure gauge. Note that air pressure must be checked with air compressor turned off. If the tyre pressure is kept, the tyre puncture is sealed.

  • Page 453

    Honda dealer. To repair detected, the tyre repair shop cannot the sealed tyre, consult your repair the sealed tyre. When you Inform a Honda dealer or a continue running, check tyre Roadside Assistance Service. dealer. pressure often and if tyre pressure...

  • Page 454

    Instructions for Labels on the Air Symbols on the label are to remind you to read the section of Compressor Honda TRK for using the tyre Do not touch the air sealant kit. compressor with hands without protective clothing. Because it may be extremely hot while operating.

  • Page 455

    06/08/05 22:43:36 32SMG610_455 Honda TRK (For some types) NOTE: Directions The power supply of the air Before using the air compressor, compressor is limited to the 12 volt drive your vehicle to the road Turn off the switch on the air DC accessories of the vehicle.

  • Page 456

    06/08/05 22:43:44 32SMG610_456 Honda TRK (For some types) Sealant Extraction (For a Honda dealer) Be careful not to spill sealant from a Be careful not to cut a hand tyre. or a finger. Be careful not to damage the tyre or the wheel.

  • Page 457

    06/08/05 22:43:51 32SMG610_457 Honda TRK (For some types) Recycling sealant is important for protecting environmental resources. Please cooperate in collecting used sealant. Insert the hose through the valve Bend the hose and tie it with the hole into the tyre.

  • Page 458

    06/08/05 22:43:57 32SMG610_458 Honda TRK (For some types) Sealant Label The sealant contains SEAL ethylene glycol. Swallowing the sealant can cause fatal poisoning. Drink with large quantities of water. Call a physician immediately. Getting the sealant in your eyes or on your skin can cause serious injury.

  • Page 459

    06/08/05 22:44:06 32SMG610_459 If the Engine Won’t Start Diagnosing why your engine won’t Nothing Happens or the Starter problem (see Emergency Towing start falls into two areas, depending Motor Operates Very Slowly on page on what you hear when you press When you press the ENGINE the ENGINE START button: START button, you do not hear the...

  • Page 460

    06/08/05 22:44:17 32SMG610_460 If the Engine Won’t Start If the indicator is blinking, move Do you have fuel? Check the fuel After you parked the vehicle for the shift lever out from neutral, gauge; the low fuel indicator may an extended period or when the then return it again while pressing not be working.

  • Page 461

    06/08/05 22:44:25 32SMG610_461 Jump Starting Although this seems like a simple To jump start your vehicle: 1.4 engine model procedure, you should take several Open the bonnet, and check the precautions. physical condition of the battery. In very cold weather, check the condition of the electrolyte.

  • Page 462: Jump Starting

    06/08/05 22:44:33 32SMG610_462 Jump Starting 1.4 engine model 1.8 engine model 1.8 engine model is shown. Connect one jumper cable to the Connect the second jumper cable positive ( ) terminal on your to the negative ( ) terminal on 2.2 engine model (Diesel) battery.

  • Page 463

    06/08/05 22:44:42 32SMG610_463 Jump Starting On diesel models Once the vehicle is running, 1.8 engine model Connect the second jumper cable to disconnect the negative cable from the negative ( ) terminal on the your vehicle, then from the booster battery. Connect the other booster battery.

  • Page 464

    06/08/05 22:44:51 32SMG610_464 If the Engine Overheats (Petrol models) The pointer of the vehicle’s If you do not see steam or spray, temperature gauge should stay in leave the engine running, and the midrange. If it climbs to the red watch the temperature gauge.

  • Page 465

    06/08/05 22:44:59 32SMG610_465 If the Engine Overheats (Petrol models) If you don’t find an obvious leak, Start the engine, and set the check the coolant level in the temperature control dial to radiator reserve tank (see page maximum heat (climate control to Removing the radiator cap while the engine is hot can AUTO at ‘‘...

  • Page 466

    06/08/05 22:45:08 32SMG610_466 If the Engine Overheats (Diesel models) The pointer of your vehicle’s If you do not see steam or spray, temperature gauge should stay in leave the engine running and the midrange under most conditions. watch the temperature gauge. If Steam and spray from an It may go higher if you are driving up overheated engine can...

  • Page 467

    06/08/05 22:45:17 32SMG610_467 If the Engine Overheats (Diesel models) 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 heat (climate control to Removing the expansion so use caution.

  • Page 468

    06/08/05 22:45:26 32SMG610_468 Low Oil Pressure Indicator Low Oil Pressure Start the engine, and watch the oil Indicator pressure indicator. If it does not go This indicator should come on when Running the engine with low oil out within 10 seconds, turn off the the ignition switch is in the ON (II) pressure can cause serious engine.

  • Page 469

    06/08/05 22:45:33 32SMG610_469 Oil Level Indicator page The oil level symbol/a message OIL LEVEL INDICATOR display can be reset each time you If this symbol comes on, safely pull turn off the engine. When you start off the road, park the vehicle on level your trip again, the system begins to ground, turn off the engine and let monitor the engine oil level.

  • Page 470

    06/08/05 22:45:41 32SMG610_470 Oil Level Indicator, Charging System Indicator Oil Level Sensor Failure Charging System Indicator If you ignore the oil level indicator This indicator should come on when and keep driving with this indicator the ignition switch is in the ON (II) on, you can seriously damage the position, and go out after the engine engine.

  • Page 471

    06/08/05 22:45:48 32SMG610_471 Malfunction Indicator Lamp (Petrol models) This indicator comes on for acceleration and driving at high On European models, if you a few seconds when you speed. turn the ignition switch to the turn the ignition switch to the ON ON (II) position, without (II) position .

  • Page 472

    06/08/05 22:45:56 32SMG610_472 Malfunction Indicator Lamp (Diesel models) This indicator comes on, dealer as soon as possible. Drive This indicator will also come on and then goes out when you moderately until the dealer has you cannot restart the engine after turn the ignition switch to the ON inspected the problem.

  • Page 473

    06/08/05 22:46:03 32SMG610_473 PGM-FI Warning approximately 30 seconds, then On diesel models watch the multi-information display. This symbol or the symbol with a If it appears again, have your vehicle message will also appear on the checked by your dealer as soon as multi-information display and you possible.

  • Page 474: Brake System Indicator

    06/08/05 22:46:12 32SMG610_474 Brake System Indicator The brake system indicator However, if the brake pedal does not If you must drive the vehicle a short normally comes on when feel normal, you should take distance in this condition, drive you turn the ignition switch to the immediate action.

  • Page 475

    06/08/05 22:46:18 32SMG610_475 Fuses INTERIOR Petrol models Diesel models UNDER-BONNET FUSE BOX UNDER-BONNET FUSE BOX The vehicle’s fuses are located in The under-bonnet fuse box is located two fuse boxes. in the back of the engine compartment on the left side. To The interior fuse box is on the open it, push the tabs as shown.

  • Page 476

    06/08/05 22:46:27 32SMG610_476 Fuses Checking and Replacing Fuses FUSE FUSE BLOWN If something electrical in your vehicle stops working, the first thing you should check for is a blown fuse. Determine from the chart on pages on petrol models, and pages on diesel models, or the diagram on the fuse box lid,...

  • Page 477

    06/08/05 22:46:33 32SMG610_477 Fuses If you cannot drive the vehicle without fixing the problem, and you do not have a spare fuse, take a fuse of the same rating or a lower rating from one of the other circuits. Make sure you can do without that circuit temporarily (such as the cigarette lighter or radio).

  • Page 478

    06/08/05 22:46:39 32SMG610_478 Fuses If the power window fuse is removed, FUSE the AUTO function of the front Replacing a fuse with one that has a windows will be disabled. To reset higher rating greatly increases the the AUTO function, see page chances of damaging the electrical system.

  • Page 479

    06/08/05 22:46:46 32SMG610_479 Fuse Locations (Petrol models) UNDER-BONNET FUSE BOX The fuses contained in the under-bonnet fuse box vary slightly depending on models. The locations of fuses are shown with symbols on the fuse label. Refer to the table below for the fuses on your vehicle. Circuits Protected Circuits Protected Main Fuse Battery...

  • Page 480

    06/08/05 22:46:54 32SMG610_480 Fuse Locations (Petrol models) INTERIOR FUSE BOX The fuses contained in the interior fuse box vary slightly depending on models. The locations of fuses are shown with symbols on the fuse label. Refer to the table below for the fuses on your vehicle.

  • Page 481

    06/08/05 22:47:00 32SMG610_481 Fuse Locations (Diesel models) UNDER-BONNET FUSE BOX The fuses contained in the under-bonnet fuse box vary slightly depending on models. The locations of fuses are shown with symbols on the fuse label. Refer to the table below for the fuses on your vehicle. Circuits Protected Circuits Protected Main Fuse Battery...

  • Page 482

    06/08/05 22:47:07 32SMG610_482 Fuse Locations (Diesel models) INTERIOR FUSE BOX The fuses contained in the interior fuse box vary slightly depending on models. The locations of fuses are shown with symbols on the fuse label. Refer to the table below for the fuses on your vehicle.

  • Page 483

    06/08/05 22:47:19 32SMG610_483 Emergency Towing If your vehicle needs to be towed, the cables lift that end of the vehicle call a professional towing service or off the ground. Your vehicle’s organization. Never tow your vehicle suspension and body can be Improper towing preparation will with just a rope or chain.

  • Page 484

    06/08/05 22:47:25 32SMG610_484 Emergency Towing With the front wheels on the ground, If you decide to tow your vehicle it is best to tow the vehicle no farther with all four wheels on the ground, than 80 km (50 miles), and keep the make sure you use a properly- Trying to lift or tow your vehicle by speed below 55 km/h (35 mph).

  • Page 485

    06/08/05 22:47:32 32SMG610_485 Emergency Towing If Your Vehicle Gets Stuck If your vehicle gets stuck in sand, mud, or snow, call a towing service to pull it out (see the previous page). For very short distances, such as freeing the vehicle, you can use the detachable front towing hook equipped with your vehicle.

  • Page 486

    06/08/05 22:47:37 32SMG610_486 Emergency Towing Trying to lift or tow your vehicle by WHEEL NUT WRENCH the bumpers will cause serious damage. The bumpers are not designed to support the vehicle’s weight. If you slip the clutch for a long time while trying to get unstuck, you may overheat and damage the transmission.

  • Page 487

    06/08/05 22:47:40 32SMG610_487...

  • Page 488: Technical Information

    06/08/05 22:47:44 32SMG610_488 Technical Information The diagrams in this section give Identification Numbers ....486 you the dimensions and capacities of Specifications ........ . 489 your vehicle, and the locations of the Catalytic Converter identification numbers. (Petrol models) ......

  • Page 489: Identification Numbers

    06/08/05 22:47:51 32SMG610_489 Identification Numbers Your vehicle has several identifying numbers in various places. 1.4 engine model ENGINE NUMBER The chassis number is stamped on MANUAL TRANSMISSION NUMBER the fire wall. i-SHIFT (AUTOMATED MANUAL TRANSMISSION) NUMBER The engine number is stamped into the engine block.

  • Page 490

    06/08/05 22:47:57 32SMG610_490 Identification Numbers The chassis and engine numbers 2.2 engine model (Diesel) also appear on the plate attached to the front doorjamb on the left side. ENGINE NUMBER On some types, a certification plate is attached to the driver’s doorjamb. The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)/chassis number also appears on a plate fastened to the top of the...

  • Page 491

    06/08/05 22:48:01 32SMG610_491 Identification Numbers The vehicle identification number (VIN)/chassis number is molded on VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (VIN) the fire wall in the engine compartment. To access this number, remove the lid on the back of the engine compartment. Make sure to reinstall the lid before closing the bonnet.

  • Page 492: Specifications

    06/11/02 10:10:11 32SMG610_492 Specifications Dimensions The mounting point/rear over Length 4,248 mm (167.2 in) hang of coupling device Dimensions Width 1,765 mm (69.5 in) 655 mm (25.8 in) Height 1,460 mm (57.5 in) 621 mm (24.4 in) Wheelbase 2,635 mm (103.7 in) 538 mm (21.2 in) Track Front...

  • Page 493

    06/08/05 22:48:26 32SMG610_493 Specifications Weights Curb weight 1.4 engine Max. towing weight 1,170 1,243 kg (2,579 2,740 lbs) (EU) Trailer with 1,200 kg (2,646 lbs) i-SHIFT 1,170 1,246 kg (2,579 2,747 lbs) brakes 1,400 kg (3,086 lbs) 1.8 engine 1,500 kg (3,307 lbs) 1,195 1,348 kg (2,634 2,972 lbs) Trailer without 500 kg (1,102 lbs)

  • Page 494

    06/08/05 22:48:36 32SMG610_494 Specifications Engine (Petrol models) Engine (Diesel models) Type 1.4 engine Water cooled 4-stroke SOHC Type Water cooled 4-stroke in line, 4-cylinder gasoline engine DOHC intercooler turbo Water cooled 4-stroke diesel engine 1.8 engine SOHC VTEC in line, Bore x Stroke 85 x 97.1 mm (3.35 x 3.82 in) 4-cylinder gasoline engine...

  • Page 495

    06/08/05 22:48:52 32SMG610_495 Specifications Capacities Capacities Fuel tank Approx. Manual transmission fluid 50 (13.2 US gal , 11.0 Imp gal) (including i-SHIFT) Engine coolant Change 1.4 (1.5 US qt , 1.2 Imp qt) Change 4.0 (1.06 US gal , 0.88 Imp gal) Total 1.6 (1.7 US qt , 1.4 Imp qt) 5.3 (1.40 US gal , 1.17 Imp gal)

  • Page 496

    06/08/05 22:49:05 32SMG610_496 Specifications Tyres Suspension Size/Pressure See tyre information label on Type Front Strut driver’s doorjamb or ask dealer Rear Torsion beam for information. Steering Alignment Type Rack and pinion, with electrical Toe-in Front 0.0 mm (0.00 in) power assistance Rear 4.0 mm (0.16 in) Camber...

  • Page 497

    06/11/02 10:10:38 32SMG610_497 Specifications Battery Lights Capacity 12 V 28 AH/5 HR Headlights High beam 12 V 55 W (H1) 12 V 35 AH/20 HR Low beam 12 V 55 W (H7) 12 V 36 AH/5 HR 12 V 35 W (D2R) 12 V 45 AH/20 HR...

  • Page 498

    The catalytic converter is referred to as a three-way catalyst, since it acts on HC, CO, and NOx. A replacement unit must be an original Honda part or its equivalent. The three way catalytic converter must operate at a high temperature...

  • Page 499

    The catalytic converter is equipped with your vehicle to reduce HC, CO, NOx and PM. A replacement unit must be an original Honda part or its equivalent. OXIDATION CATALYTIC CONVERTER Always use only diesel fuel recommended in this owner’s...

  • Page 500

    06/11/02 10:09:50 32SMG610_500 Catalytic Converters (Diesel models) The PM will be burnt out and DPF (Regeneration Required) removed from the DPF at a periodically high temperature of the catalytic converter while driving. While the PM is burnt, you may notice some changes on the instrument panel and the exhaust gas.

  • Page 501

    If you see this symbol or this symbol this happens, take your vehicle to a with a ‘‘CHECK SYSTEM’’ message Honda dealer as soon as possible to on the multi-information display have the DPF system checked. while the engine is running, it means...

  • Page 502

    06/08/05 22:50:04 32SMG610_502 Index Automatic Heating ......191 Wear Indicators ......338 Automatic Lighting Feature Braking System ......338 Accessories and Modifications . 308 Operation ........139 Break-in, New Vehicle ....298 ACCESSORY (Ignition Key System Warning .......

  • Page 503

    06/08/05 22:50:08 32SMG610_503 Index Child Restraint Systems ....44 Clock ..........268 Lower Anchorages ..... . 49 Clutch Fluid ......378, 379 Capacities Chart ......492 Tether Anchor Points ....58 Coat Hook ........179 Carbon Monoxide Hazard .....

  • Page 504

    Starting (Petrol models with Disc Player ......223, 253 Hazard Warning Flashers ..143 M/T) ........318 Doors Honda TRK ....... . 441 Starting (Petrol models with Locking and Unlocking .... . 149 i-SHIFT System Indicator ..336 i-SHIFT) .........

  • Page 505

    High-Low Beam Switch ....138 Heaters ........165 High-mount Brake Light ....385 Fuel ......... . 298, 299 Honda TRK ........441 Cutoff System ......306 Halogen Headlight Bulbs ....386 Horn ..........3, 133...

  • Page 506

    06/08/05 22:50:24 32SMG610_506 Index Hydraulic Clutch ......379 Oil Level ......102, 466 ..........79 System Message ......79 Jacking up the Vehicle ....436 Turn Signal and Hazard Jack, Tyre ........435 Identification Number, Warning ........

  • Page 507

    06/08/05 22:50:30 32SMG610_507 Index Locks Schedule ........355 Odometer, Trip ....... . 92 Anti-theft Steering Column ..148 Malfunction Indicator Fuel Fill Door ......299 Lamp ........468, 469 Change, When to ...... . 355 Glove Box ........

  • Page 508

    06/08/05 22:50:34 32SMG610_508 Index Parking Over Things That Using Child Restraint Systems Light Bulbs ........ . 384 Burn ..........337 with Tethers ......58 Schedule ........355 Petrol ..........298 Using Lower Anchorages ... 49 Spark Plugs ........

  • Page 509

    06/08/05 22:50:39 32SMG610_509 Index Seat Belts ........10, 22 Spare Tyre ........432 Steam Coming from Additional Information ....22 Compact ........432 Engine ........ . 461, 463 Automatic Seat Belt Inflating ........432 Steering Wheel Tensioners .......

  • Page 510

    06/08/05 22:50:44 32SMG610_510 Index Taking Care of the Unexpected . 431 Tyre, How to Change a Flat ..433 Vehicle Capacity Load ....311 Tape Player ......233, 263 Tyres ..........409 Vehicle Dimensions ...... . 489 Technical Descriptions Air Pressure ......

  • Page 511

    06/08/05 22:50:47 32SMG610_511 Index Wheels Adjusting the Steering ....145 Alignment and Balance .... . 411 Cleaning Aluminium Alloys ..425 Compact Spare ......432 Nut Wrench ....... . 435 Windows Auto Reverse ......168 Cleaning ........

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  • Terry Mar 14, 2016 02:14:
    This is worthless, all it talks about is seat belts, I'm LOOKING for a owners manual.