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  • Page 2 We are sure that these instruments will help you easily attune to and appreciate both your new car and the LANCIA team that will be on hand to provide you with any help you may require. Best regards and have a great trip.
  • Page 3 MUST BE READ! REFUELLING Petrol engines: only refuel with unleaded petrol with octane rating (RON) no less than 95. Diesel engines: only refuel with diesel fuel conforming to the European specification EN590. ENGINE START-UP Make sure the handbrake is pulled up; put the gear lever into neutral; press the clutch pedal down to the floor without touching the accelerator;...
  • Page 4 If, after buying the car, you decide to add electrical accessories (that will gradually drain the battery), visit a Lancia Dealership. They can calculate the overall electrical requirement and check that the car's electric system can support the required load.
  • Page 5 This concept has meant that the Lybra has been able to face and pass the strictest safety tests. So much so that, from this point of view, the car is the best in its class and has probably already incorpo- rated features that belong to the future.
  • Page 6 SAFEGUARDING THE ENVIRONMENT Safeguarding the environment has directed the design and manufacturing of the Lybra right from the start. The result is the use of materials and the perfection of devices that can reduce or sweep- ingly reduce harmful influences on the environment.
  • Page 7 DEVICES FOR REDUCING PETROL ENGINE EMISSIONS Three-way catalytic converter (catalytic exhaust pipe) Carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides and unburned hydrocarbons are the main harmful components in exhaust gasses. The catalytic converter is a “miniature laboratory” where a very high percentage of these compo- nents are converted into harmless substances.
  • Page 8 DEVICES FOR REDUCING DIESEL ENGINE EMISSIONS Oxidising catalytic converter This device converts the pollution substances in the exhaust gas (carbon monoxide, unburned hydrocarbons and particulate) into harmless substances, thus reducing the smokiness and smell associated with diesel engine exhaust fumes. The catalytic converter consists of a stainless steel case containing a honeycomb ceramic core in which there is precious metal which carries out the catalysing action.
  • Page 9 THE SIGNS TO HELP YOU DRIVE CORRECTLY The signs you see on this page are very important. They highlight those parts of the handbook where, more than elsewhere, you should stop for a minute and read carefully. As you can see, each sign has a different symbol to make it immediately clear and easy to identify the subjects in the different areas: Personal safety.
  • Page 10 A list of the symbols to be found on your Lybra is given below with the Battery Belts and pulleys name of the component to which it re- Explosion.
  • Page 11 PROHIBITION SYMBOLS WARNING SYMBOLS Battery Catalytic converter Windscreen wiper Keep away from naked Do not park over inflam- Only use fluid of the type flames. mable materials. See Chap- specified in the section “Ca- ter: “Protecting the emis- pacities”. sion control devices”. Battery Power steering Engine...
  • Page 12 OBLIGATION SYMBOLS Diesel engines Battery Use diesel fuel only. Protect your eyes. DIESEL Expansion tank Battery Only use fluid of the type Jack specified in the section “Ca- See the Owner handbook. pacities”.
  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS GETTING TO KNOW YOUR CAR DRIVING YOUR CAR IN AN EMERGENCY CAR MAINTENANCE LYBRA STATION WAGON TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ACCESSORY INSTALLATION INDEX...
  • Page 15: Getting To Know Your Car

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR CAR CHECK CONTROL......... ou are recommended to read this chapter LANCIA ICS WITH MULTIFUNCTIONAL sitting comfortably in your new Lybra. In this DISPLAY ............way you will be able to identify the parts SOUND SYSTEM ..........
  • Page 16: Dashboard

    DASHBOARD The presence and the position of the instruments and warning lights may vary according to the version. fig. 1 P4T0806 1) Side window vents - 2) Side vents - 3) Headlight slant adjuster - 4) Instrument panel - 5) Instrument panel dimmer - 6) ICS multifunc- tional display: sound system, clock, trip computer and check control - 7) Central vents - 8) Windscreen vent - 9) Passenger’s airbag (where fitted) - 10) Passenger’s airbag deactivation switch - 11) Glove compartment - 12) Cup/can holder - 13) Hazard light switch - 14) Auto- matic climate control and heated rear window switch - 15) Ashtray and cigar lighter - 16) Front and rear fog light switch - 17) Card pocket -...
  • Page 17: Ignition Switch

    If the ignition switch has been tampered with (e.g. someone has tried to steal Never remove the ignition your car), get a Lancia Dealership key while the car is mov- to make sure it is still functioning ing. The steering wheel...
  • Page 18: The Lancia Code System

    B - The mechanical key code to be immobilising system (Lancia CODE) given to the Lancia Dealership – 1 key with incorporate remote con- which is automatically activated when trol plus 1 mechanical type key if the when ordering duplicate keys.
  • Page 19 All the keys and the CODE – button D, to operate the central IMPORTANT Anomalous glass op- card must be handed over door locking system, boot/tailgate eration (glasses sliding up or down the new owner when selling locking, to switch the electronic alarm jerkily) may indicate a loss of cali- the car.
  • Page 20 – the glove compartment lock moved from position STOP, or key to STOP and then back to MAR. (where fitted). PARK, the Lancia CODE system will If the engine remains immobilised, try deactivate the engine electronic con- To remove the metal insert from the with the other keys provided.
  • Page 21 Lancia Dealership to have the key used to start the engine. islation or take them to a Lancia codes stored. Dealership, which will deal with their disposal.
  • Page 22: The Electronic Alarm

    Replace the batteries as follows: ELECTRONIC ALARM (where fitted) – press button B (fig. 7) and bring The electronic alarm system fitted in – illicit opening of doors, bonnet and the metal insert A to the open posi- the car complies with EC directive boot (perimetral surveillance);...
  • Page 23 IMPORTANT The engine immobil- IMPORTANT Change the remote A self-test is run when the alarm is ising system is governed by the Lan- control batteries as soon as possible if switched on. The test is signaled by LED F flashes briefly only once when LED L which flashes as follows: cia CODE system and is automatically button D is pressed.
  • Page 24 To restore the volumetric surveil- STOP; system self-test function has found a lance function, take the key to MAR fault. Contact a Lancia Dealership. – opening and closing of the last and hold it there for longer than 30 door.
  • Page 25 SWITCHING THE ALARM OFF 1 flash: front right-hand door VOLUMETRIC PROTECTION 2 flashes: front left-hand door To switch the alarm off, press re- Do not leave passengers or pets in the mote control button C (fig. 8). Then, parked car and completely close the 3 flashes: rear right-hand door the system performs the following ac- windows and the sunroof (where fitted)
  • Page 26 According to the markets, the alarm To replace the battery, follow the in- can operate the siren (for up to three structions shown in chapter “Lancia 26 second cycles) and the direction CODE System”. indicators (for approximately four or...
  • Page 27 IMPORTANT If the car is to be REPLACING THE BATTERIES Replace the batteries as follows: stored for a long period of time (over Replace the batteries with equivalent – press button B (fig. 11) and bring three weeks) and safety conditions batteries which can be purchased at the metal insert A to the open posi- permitting, it is recommended that...
  • Page 28 The receiver will acknowledge up to tainers, as specified by current leg- radio-frequency devices, please note 8 remote controls. islation or take them to a Lancia that: Dealership, which will deal with If extra remote controls are ordered, their disposal.
  • Page 29: Individual Settings

    INDIVIDUAL Height adjustment ELECTRICALLY ADJUSTABLE SEATS Lift or lower lever B repeatedly to SETTINGS (where fitted) (fig. 15) raise or lower the seat. Only adjust the driver’s Only make adjustments of the dri- Adjusting the reclining seat back seat when the car is sta- ver’s seat when the car is stationary.
  • Page 30 to adjust the height of the front The LEDs on the dashboard will same time until two confirmation light up (A-fig. 16 = driver’s seat, B = beeps are heard. and rear part of the driver’s seat and the rear part only of the passen- passenger’s seat).
  • Page 31 HEAD RESTRAINTS (fig. 19) Front seats (fig. 20) Rear central seat To improve passenger safety, the To adjust the front head restraint Versions with single seat (fig. 22): height of the front and rear side head height, move it upwards to the re- To improve passenger safety the restraints can be adjusted so that the quired position.
  • Page 32 To raise it easily, grip the head re- FRONT ARMREST (fig. 24) REAR ARMREST (fig. 25) straint from the back. The armrest can be adjusted up or Lower the armrest to the position To bring it back to the original po- down.
  • Page 33 On versions with single seat the rear STEERING WHEEL (fig. 27) INTERNAL REARVIEW MIRROR armrest is equipped with glass-tin The steering wheel height and axial holder (fig. 26). Manually adjustable (fig. 28) position can be adjusted. This mirror can be adjusted in four 1) Move lever A to position 1.
  • Page 34 The mirrors can be folded manually The mirrors are automatically demi- EXTERNAL REARVIEW or electrically (where fitted) to reduce sted/ defrosted when the heated rear MIRRORS (fig. 30-31-32) side clearance. window is operated. These mirrors can only be adjusted Turn switch A (fig. 31) to position 3 IMPORTANT The curve of the mir- when the ignition key is at MAR.
  • Page 35: Seat Belts

    SEAT BELTS The reel mechanism prevents the ADJUSTING THE HEIGHT OF webbing coming out when it is jerked THE SEAT BELTS (fig. 34) or if the car brakes sharply, is in a HOW TO USE Always adjust the height of the front collision or when cornering at high THE SEAT BELTS seat belt to fit the person wearing it.
  • Page 36 To raise the belt FRONT SEAT BELT LOAD USE OF THE REAR SEAT LIMITING DEVICE BELTS Lift loop A to the required position. In order to increase passive safety, The rear seat belts must be the front seat belt reels have a built- worn as shown (fig.
  • Page 37 Remember that in the Make sure the seat back GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR case of a violent collision, is correctly hooked on THE USE OF THE SEAT BELTS back seat passengers not both sides to prevent seat The driver is responsible for re- wearing seat belts also represent a back being thrown forwards and specting and enforcing the local rules...
  • Page 38: Transporting Children In Safety

    The webbing must not be Seat belts must also be worn by ex- Never travel with a child twisted. The upper section pectant mothers: the risk of injury in sitting on the passenger’s must pass across the case of accident is much greater lap with a single belt to shoulder and chest diagonally.
  • Page 39 CARRYING passenger’s air bag, which during For optimal protection in the event inflation could cause serious in- of a crash, all passengers must be CHILDREN jury, even mortal, regardless of the seated and wearing adequate restraint seriousness of the crash that trig- systems.
  • Page 40 The results of research on the best Lineaccessori Lancia offers seats for The figure is only an ex- child restraint systems are contained each weight group, which are the rec- ample for mounting. Attain in the European Standard ECE-R44. ommended choice, as they have been...
  • Page 41 The figure is indicative correctly in relation to the belts, so GROUP 3 for assembly only. The seat that the diagonal part adheres to the For children from 22 kg up to 36 kg should be installed follow- chest and not to the neck and that the the size of the child’s chest no longer ing the instructions that must ac- horizontal part clings to the child’s...
  • Page 42 Passenger seat compliance with regulations on child’s seat use Lancia Lybra complies with the new Directive 2000/3/EC regulating child’s seat assembling on the different car seats ac- cording to the following tables: SEAT Group Range of weight Front Side Central...
  • Page 43: Pretensioners

    Below is a summary of the rules 5) Always check the seat belt is well PRETENSIONERS fastened by pulling the webbing. of safety to be followed for carrying children: Your car is fitted with pretensioners 6) Only one child is to be strapped on the front side seats to improve pro- to each retaining system.
  • Page 44: Front And Side Airbags

    (fig. 45/a) and pas- qualified and authorised person- senger (fig. 46), and with side airbags, The pretensioner will give maximum nel. Always contact a Lancia Dealer- side bags (fig. 47) and window bags protection when the seat belt adheres ship.
  • Page 45 FRONT AIRBAGS The front Air bag consists of an in- The front airbag (driver and pas- stantly inflatable bag housed in a spe- senger) is a device which protects the Description and operation cial compartment located: occupants of the car during a head-on The front airbag (driver and pas- collision of a medium-high degree by –...
  • Page 46 4 seconds, of warning light . In ¬ this event, warning light could be not up to indicate restraint sys- tem failures, if any. Stop the car and contact Lancia Dealership to have the system checked.
  • Page 47 ¬ – airbag warning light off; senger front airbag is reactivated. – passenger front airbag deacti- vated warning light flashing (past the normal four seconds). Stop the car and contact Lancia Dealership to have the system checked. fig. 49...
  • Page 48 SIDE AIRBAGS In the event of a side collision the IMPORTANT The front and/or side electronic control unit processes the airbags can be triggered if the car is (SIDE BAG – WINDOW BAG) signals coming from a deceleration involved in hard impacts or collisions Purpose of the side airbags is to in- sensor and, if required, fires the bags.
  • Page 49 Lancia Dealership to have the en- a crash. The warning light should more system components does not in- go out immediately afterwards.
  • Page 50 Do not apply stickers or It is important to remem- Do not cover back rest of other objects to the steer- ber that the airbag can be front seats with trims or ing wheel, to the passen- fired even when the car is covers there are not set for ger’s airbag cover or to the side stationary if it is hit by another ve-...
  • Page 51: Instrument Panel

    INSTRUMENT PANEL PETROL VERSIONS fig. 50 P4T0733 DIESEL VERSIONS fig. 51 P4T0635 A Engine coolant temperature gauge with overheating warning light - B Speedometer - C Kilometre counter (and trip me- ter) - D Engine rev counter - E Fuel gauge and reserve warning light - F Warning lights - G Trip meter reset button.
  • Page 52: Instruments

    INSTRUMENTS IMPORTANT The speedometer control compressor or fans, etc. In may present different full scale values particular, a gradual variation in en- according to the versions. gine revolution speed safeguards bat- IMPORTANT After stopping the tery charge. engine (turning the key to STOP), the REV COUNTER (fig.
  • Page 53 WARNING LIGHT (fig. 56) is too hot. In this case, stop the engine OVERHEATING WARNING The fuel reserve warning light will immediately and contact a Lancia LIGHT (fig. 55) come on to indicate that there are ap- Dealership. proximately eight litres of fuel in the This instrument indicates the engine tank.
  • Page 54: Warning Lights

    KILOMETRE COUNTER Press button B (fig. 58) for at least WARNING LIGHTS one second seconds to reset the trip (AND TRIP METER) (fig. 57-58) meter. The warning lights come on in the The following information is shown following circumstances: on display (fig. 57): IMPORTANT The trip meter read- ing will be deleted if the battery is dis- –...
  • Page 55 RECHARGING mately 30 seconds, you can run the and contact a Lancia Dealership. PROPERLY (red) engine but you should contact a Lan- cia Dealership as soon as possible to When there is a fault in the current have the problem solved.
  • Page 56 Con- placed. key is turned to MAR and should go tact a Lancia Dealership as soon as out after approximately four seconds. possible. The warning light will come on per-...
  • Page 57 ABS assistance but you should sible leakage in the system or when have the car seen to at a Lancia the handbrake is engaged. Dealership as soon as possible. The presence of water in...
  • Page 58 If the warning lamp does not go out not recognised. Carry out the emer- or stays on when the vehicle is run- gency start-up procedure to start the ning, contact your Lancia Dealer- engine (see “In an emergency”). ship. Warning light F indi- 3.
  • Page 59 If the warning lamp does not go out particular adhesion conditions or stays on when the vehicle is run- and/or driving manoeuvres; verify ning, contact your Lancia Dealership. that the lamp goes out when the ordinary wheel is fitted. When the undersized spare wheel is fitted to...
  • Page 60: Check Control

    The display will light up if the check ing light lights and messages on the ICS dis- control (only versions with Lancia 3 - Left-hand brake light bulb fail- play. I.C.S. system with navigator - where...
  • Page 61 4 - Right-hand brake light bulb ail- 16 - Engine oil level gauge (diesel WARNING MESSAGES ure warning light versions only). When the engine is started and a fault 5 - Brake light bulb failure warning The check control function can dis- is found, the following messages will light play two warning lights at the same...
  • Page 62 Green LED B: this LED is used for WARNING LIGHT AND GAUGE lighting the Lancia ICS controls at (8-16) (jtd versions only) Icon 16 will flash for approximately night. It will light up when the key is...
  • Page 63: Lancia Ics With Multifunctional Display

    LANCIA ICS WITH MULTIFUNCTIONAL DISPLAY (version without NAVIGATION SYSTEM) – Analogue/digital clock – Trip computer – Check control function (*) (*) Refer to the specific paragraphs for description and operation. CONTROLS 1) Sound system/tape player/CD player (where fitted) buttons 2) - ICS and sound system on/off...
  • Page 64 SWITCHING THE ICS ADJUSTING THE DISPLAY MULTIFUNCTIONAL DISPLAY ON AND OFF BRIGHTNESS The display will show the LANCIA trademark for approximately four The ICS is switched on automati- The display may employ several seconds when it is switched on. This cally when the engine is started (i.e.
  • Page 65 D – Car icon with open door/boot/ between instrument panel and ICS tailgate warning lights, trip computer The date, the digital clock (when the occurs. In this case, go to a Lancia functions, SETUP functions, sound analogue clock is not displayed to make Dealership.
  • Page 66 MAR. A screen with – ITALIANO SET DATE, ALARM, TYRE PRES- the following functions will appear af- SURE (these values cannot be edited), – ENGLISH ter the LANCIA trademark screen: LANGUAGE 1-2-3-4-5, SUMMER – FRANCAIS SAVING TIME ON-OFF. – SPEED LIMIT – DEUTSCH Press the TRIP button 6.
  • Page 67 Setting the clock Select field B (minutes) by turning Setting the date 3 and pressing it to confirm. Select the SET TIME function (fig. 64) Select the SET DATE function (fig. 64) by turning knob 3 (fig. 61) and press Then turn knob 3 clockwise to in- by turning knob 3 (fig.
  • Page 68 Select field A (day) by turning knob Switch the alarm function on Select field A (hours) by turning 3 and pressing it to confirm. knob 3 and pressing it to confirm. and off Then turn knob 3 clockwise to in- Then turn knob 3 clockwise to in- Select the ALARM function (fig.
  • Page 69 Select ON or OFF by turning the Speed limit Then turn knob 3 clockwise to in- knob 3 to switch the function on and crease the speed and anticlockwise to The SPEED LIMIT functions in- off. decrease it. Press knob 3 when the re- forms the driver with a visual and/or quired speed is shown to confirm.
  • Page 70 Press the TRIP button 6 (fig. 61) with the key at MAR. A screen with the following functions will appear af- ter the LANCIA trademark screen: – RANGE – AVG CONSUMPTION (TRIP MODE) – FLASH CONSUMPTION (KEY MODE) –...
  • Page 71 IMPORTANT When the engine is Select RETURN after adjusting the Select RETURN by turning knob 3 started (i.e. the key is turned to MAR) settings by turning knob 3 (fig. 61) and (fig. 61) and pressing to confirm. the trip computer processes the data pressing to confirm.
  • Page 72 DISTANCE (distance driven) Average speed (fig. 73) Time elapsed (trip time) (fig. 74) (fig. 72) Select the AVERAGE SPEED func- Select the TIME ELAPSED function Select the DISTANZA (DISTANCE tion by turning knob 3 (fig. 61) and by turning knob 3 (fig. 61) and press TRAV) function by turning knob 3 press the knob to confirm.
  • Page 73 Trip computer operation With the TRIP function on ( ✓ ), the Resetting the trip computer data must be manually reset by modalities The trip computer data can be reset means of the TRIP RESET function by selecting the TRIP RESET func- The KEY and TRIP functions (fig.
  • Page 74: Sound System

    SOUND SYSTEM (built into the Lancia I.C.S. - version without NAVIGATION system) The sound system is fitted with au- tomatic functions for volume ad- justment; should it be required to change their parameters see para- graph: EXPERT FUNCTIONS (CUS- TOMISING OPERATING PARAME- TERS) - EXP (14).
  • Page 75: Steering Wheel (fig

    CONTROLS 10 - LOUDNESS function button 19 - Dolby/Mono function selection (automatic in HI-FI systems) button 1 - Radio station, PTY programme pre-set button and CD one track for- 11 - Traffic Programme and Alter- 20 - Maximum reception sensitivity ward button native Frequency function buttons function button...
  • Page 76 17 and 18 E - Sound system function button on the Lancia ICS (Mute function). (radio, tape player, CD player - where (fig. 76) on the Lancia ICS (described in detail in the following paragraphs). fitted) Radio, Tape, CD selection...
  • Page 77 Get in touch with a Clean dirty CDs with a soft cloth Lancia Dealership if anything goes If you drive with the vol- from the centre outwards. wrong. ume too high you put both...
  • Page 78 Button Radio Tape CD changer Phone-in Press Press for Press for longer Press Press for longer Press Press for longer Press Press for longer briefly 2 to 4 seconds than 4 seconds briefly than 2 seconds briefly than 2 seconds briefly than 2 seconds Select pre-set...
  • Page 79 Button Radio Tape CD changer Phone-in Press Press for Press for longer Press Press for longer Press Press for longer Press Press for longer briefly 2 to 4 seconds than 4 seconds briefly than 2 seconds briefly than 2 seconds briefly than 2 seconds TAPE, CD,...
  • Page 80 Button Radio Tape CD changer Phone-in Press Press for Press for longer Press Press for longer Press Press for longer Press Press for longer briefly 2 to 4 seconds than 4 seconds briefly than 2 seconds briefly than 2 seconds briefly than 2 seconds ©...
  • Page 81 For instruction on setting the clock on the sound system papers. justed. and adjusting the device brightness, see “Lancia ICS with multifunctional The serial number is identical to The switching on and off modality display”. that printed on the device chassis.
  • Page 82 Volume the EXP 14 button). pear after the LANCIA trademark Turn knob 9 (fig. 76) to adjust the screen. The settings are: volume. Turn the knob clockwise to Setting the volume according to –...
  • Page 83 MAR. A screen (fig. 78) – FM3 bol in the left-hand part of the dis- showing the settings will appear after play. Turn knob 9 (fig. 76) to adjust the LANCIA trademark screen. The set- – LW the settings: tings are: – MW.
  • Page 84 IMPORTANT The various AUDIO You should use this function when – TAPE settings are stored for the different you are tuned to a very poor station – CD (where fitted) functions (TAPE - RADIO - CD - to reduce the background noise. The PHONE).
  • Page 85 Last Station Memory Switching TP function on and off IMPORTANT Traffic announce- ments are played at pre-set volume. After the selection, you can listen to Press the TP/AF 11 (fig. 76) button The volume can be changed by means the last programme/station tuned to briefly.
  • Page 86 IMPORTANT In poor reception ar- Tuning to RDS stations IMPORTANT Always wait for the eas, the attempts to switch to alterna- automatic Intelligent Search (IS) to (IS LEARN function) tive frequencies may lead to frequent end. If no station can be received, the Up to 30 programmes can be stored interruptions of sound.
  • Page 87 In this case, the search will follow Pre-set station buttons Recalling stored RDS the station code order. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 stations/programmes Press either button 17 or 18 briefly Select the waveband (FM1, FM2, Select the waveband (FM1, FM2, to recall the stored stations in the re- FM3, MW or LW) by means of the FM3, MW or LW) by means of the...
  • Page 88 Automatic search in the FM wave- 3) To store the tuned station under If the RDS station/programme tuned bands works according to two levels a pre-set station button, follow the to in the selected waveband (e.g. of sensitivity. During the first scan in procedure described in the previous “FM”) is stored at one of the pre-set the reception band, the system seeks...
  • Page 89 Automatic station storing The PTY function can act a search LIGHT M Light classical music filter to tune only to stations broad- (AUTOSTORE) CLASSICS Classical music casting programmes with the pre-set To automatically store the strongest PTY code (e.g. “POP”). OTHER M Musical programmes stations in local reception mode in the...
  • Page 90 COUNTRY Country music PTY function The PTY automatic search will au- tomatically stop at the following sta- NATIONAL National programmes tion offering the selected programme 1) Starting the PTY function OLDIES Golden Oldies type. The programme type (e.g. Press the TP/AF 11 button for ap- “POP”) and the message “PTY”...
  • Page 91 LANCIA trademark screen. RDS station frequency local stations regardless of the other Press the EXP 14 button again to radio functions.
  • Page 92 Possible EXPERT setting list – PHONE SETTING (PHONE ON/ Selecting and adjusting the OFF) - To mute the sound for incom- (fig. 76) settings ing or outgoing phone calls with con- Select the setting to be checked or – RDS CLOCK SYNC (SYNC ON/ nected free-hands kit.
  • Page 93 Switching synchronisation of Setting the minimum volume for lected station until it is basically il- legible. clock to RDS station signals traffic announcements on and off Select the TA VOLUME ADJUST With “LRN ON” the sound system (TAVOL) setting (value from 4 to 31) tunes to a new station as soon as the Select the RDS CLOCK SYNC (fig.
  • Page 94 Switching automatic regional Setting the maximum switch-on Setting the booster switch-on programme tuning function on volume delay (where fitted) and off Select the RADIO-ON MAXIMUM Select the BDLY ON/OFF setting VOLUME (ON VOL) setting (value (fig. 85): If an RDS programme consists of from -- to 31) (fig.
  • Page 95 (where This setting is to be made by the fitted). Select the PHONE SETTING (PHO- Lancia Dealership when the free- NE ON/OFF) setting and use buttons If the sound system is off, telephone hands kit is fitted.
  • Page 96 9 (fig. 76). trical power is disconnected. It can only be used again by entering the code. LANCIA fig. 88 fig. 89 fig. 90...
  • Page 97 Is the code on? 3) Enter the code with buttons from To quit the EXPERT function: press 2 to 5 (fig. 76). the EXP 14 button for approximately Select the EXPERT function and three seconds. press either button 17 or 18 until ei- Button 2 is used to enter the first ther the message “SAFE”...
  • Page 98 (see “Stand-by times”). Reconnect the electrical power and After the sixth attempt, we recom- proceed as follows: mend you contact a Lancia Dealer- Stand-by times ship either to have the secret code en- 1) Switch the sound system on. The tered or deactivated.
  • Page 99 Switching the tape player on (on the display) (approximate) This function skips or repeats a Insert a tape cassette in the Lancia track. ICS panel deck. The message “TAPE A” or “TAPE B” will appear on the The MSS function works with over 21 seconds display.
  • Page 100 “<< WIND” or “WIND >>” end the current function if the tape The Lineaccessori Lancia CD player will appear on the display. fast forward/rewind function is on. is equipped with a magazine (chan- ger) which can hold up to six CDs.
  • Page 101 Filling the magazine Inserting the magazine – Insert the magazine C (fig. 95) in the CD player with the labelled side in the CD player The magazine contains six trays for (see arrow) facing upwards. one CD each. Proceed as follows: –...
  • Page 102 Removing the CDs from CD PLAYER OPERATION Selecting or repeating a track the magazine Briefly and repeatedly press either Seleting the CD CHANGER button 17 or 18 until the required Remove the CDs in order after re- source track number appears on the display. moving the respective supports from Briefly and repeatedly press SRC 7 the magazine.
  • Page 103 Fast forward/backward Repeating a CD (REPEAT) Ending CD operation (TRACK FAST) To play the current CD repeatedly: Press the SRC 7 button to listen to press button 2. The message “RPT the radio. To fast play a track at low volume: CD”...
  • Page 104: Climate Control System

    CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM fig. 98 P4T0812...
  • Page 105 1 - Windscreen defrosting and demi- The air is let into the passenger Fixed vents C (fig. 100) for defrost- sting vents compartment through a set of vents ing or demisting the front side win- on the dashboard, on the front door dows are located in the front door 2 - Front side windows defrosting panels, on the central unit and on the...
  • Page 106: Automatic Climate Control System

    AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM: HEATING, VENTILATION AND COOLING 1 - Set internal temperature display (driver’s side). 2 - Knob for adjusting internal tem- perature (driver’s side). 3 - Set internal temperature display (passenger’s side). 4 - Knob for adjusting internal tem- perature (passenger’s side).
  • Page 107 12 - Button for manual switching GENERAL The climate control system auto- on/off the air recirculation function. matically controls and adjusts the fol- The car is equipped with a double lowing parameters and functions: 13 - Button for switching on/off the climate control system governed by climate control system compressor an electronic control unit which sep-...
  • Page 108 The functions which cannot be set Have the filter checked at least once manually are always automatic. proper operation, license a year at a Lancia Dealership, ide- tag, parking disc or labels The air let into the passenger com- ally at the beginning of summer.
  • Page 109 HOW TO USE THE CLIMATE – air recirculation function, to With one or more functions manu- switch the function on and off con- ally on, the air temperature let into CONTROL SYSTEM stantly the passenger compartment is auto- The system can be switched on the matically managed by the system un- –...
  • Page 110 CONTROLS (fig. 102) Turn the knobs fully to the right or – LO function (maximum cooling): to the left to the end positions HI and this is automatically switched on by LO to obtain maximum heating or setting a temperature lower than Knob for adjusting air cooling, respectively: 18°C on the display.
  • Page 111 Buttons for adjusting Buttons for adjusting air Air flow shared between the fan speed (6 - fig. 102) distribution (5 - fig. 102) footwell vents and the windscreen and front side window defrosting/demi-sting Press the upper or lower button to Press buttons 5 to manually select vents.
  • Page 112 Press the AUTO button to restore air The LED on the AUTO button will The air let into the passenger com- distribution control after a manual go out and the automatic recircula- partment cannot be cooled when the setting. tion function will be switched off (to compressor is off.
  • Page 113 The separate set temperature func- The air recirculation button LED IMPORTANT The air recirculation tion will be automatically reset when will stay off when the recirculation function will allow, according to the the passenger turns knob 4. function is automatically controlled system operation (i.e.
  • Page 114 IMPORTANT If the engine is not screen, fan speed sufficient for defog- Button for fast windscreen ging and function activation adequately warm, the fan will not im- demisting/defrosting in case of hard fogging. mediately be started at top speed to (10 - fig.
  • Page 115 – air recirculation, ECON and AUTO Press the OFF button again to Button for button LEDs off switch the climate control system demisting/defrosting the heated back on without changing the previ- – central display off, except for the rear window and external ous settings.
  • Page 116: Supplementary Heater

    SUPPLEMENTARY HEATER STEERING COLUMN STALKS (jtd versions only - where fitted) The supplementary heater comple- IMPORTANT The operation of the LEFT-HAND STALK ments engine coolant heating imme- heater according to engine coolant diately after start up and when trav- temperature consequently can be cut This stalk groups the outside light elling to reach the optional engine op- out or reduced according to the bat-...
  • Page 117 Dipped beam headlights (fig. 103) Direction indicators (fig. 105) To flash the lights (fig. 106) These come on when you turn ring Move the stalk as follows: Pull the stalk towards the steering A from 6 to 2. wheel (temporary position). Instru- up - to switch on the right-hand in- ment panel warning light 1 will dicators...
  • Page 118 RIGHT-HAND STALK In versions with rain sensor, turn Windscreen washer ring A to set the sensitivity level: This stalk groups together all the When you pull the lever towards the washer/wiper controls. AUTO = automatic sensitivity set- steering wheel (fig. 108) a jet of liq- ting uid shoots out from the windscreen washer and the windscreen wiper will...
  • Page 119: Controls

    Rain sensor (where fitted) The rain sensor is switched off when CONTROLS the key is turned to STOP. It will not The rain sensor is an electronic de- come on again at the following engine vice combined with the windscreen start-up (key at MAR) if the stalk is HAZARD LIGHTS (fig.
  • Page 120 FRONT FOG LIGHTS (fig. 111) REAR FOG LIGHT (fig. 112) IMPORTANT The rear fog light may annoy the drivers following you This light is switched on by pressing Press button A to switch the fog when visibility is good. Consequently, button A when the dipped beam lights on (only when the outside lights use the light only when required.
  • Page 121 IMPORTANT If this is not the case, take the car to a Lancia Dealership to have the handbrake adjusted. fig. 115 fig. 114...
  • Page 122: Manual Gearbox

    When the handbrake lever is pulled MANUAL GEARBOX To change gear properly up and the ignition key is at MAR the you must push the clutch panel warning light x will come on. pedal fully down. It is To engage the gears, press down the therefore essential that there is clutch and put the gear lever into one To release the handbrake:...
  • Page 123: Cruise Control

    CRUISE CONTROL ing light D will come on when the de- (where fitted)) vice starts governing the engine. Ring B is used to set and maintain the car speed or decrease the set GENERAL The cruise control must speed. only be used when the The electronic cruise control allows Turn ring B to position (+) to set the traffic and road conditions...
  • Page 124 Storing the speed Resetting the stored speed Increasing the stored speed Move switch A to ON and take the To reset the stored speed after The stored speed can be increased in car to the required speed normally. switching the device off, e.g. by press- two ways: Turn ring B to (+) for all least three ing the brake or the clutch pedal:...
  • Page 125 The stored speed can be decreased the gear lever to neutral. A off and contact a Lancia in two ways: You should only switch the cruise Dealership after checking the pro- control on when the traffic and tection fuse.
  • Page 126: Interior Equipment

    INTERIOR The lights will go out when the igni- The lights will go out automatically tion switch is turned to MAR (doors after a few seconds if a door is left EQUIPMENT closed). open. Simply open a door to switch the lights on again.
  • Page 127 Rear ceiling lamps (fig. 121) GLOVE COMPARTMENT Versions without lock: (fig. 122-123) The ceiling lamps light on/off grad- – to open, simply pull handle A. ually when opening/closing a door. According to versions, the glove For both versions, a courtesy light B compartment located in the dash- Manual on/off switching is obtained will come on when the compartment,...
  • Page 128 FRONT ASHTRAY AND CIGAR The cigar lighter gets very REAR ASHTRAY (fig. 126) hot. Be careful how you LIGHTER (fig. 124-125) An ashtray for rear seats is located handle it and make sure it in the rear part of the central unit. The ashtray and cigar lighter are is not used by children: danger of protected by a single flap.
  • Page 129 CARD HOLDER (fig. 127) COIN TRAY (fig. 129) SUN VISORS (fig. 130) The card holder is located in the The tray A is located in the central The sun visors can swing up or centre of the dashboard. dashboard unit. down or be pivoted sideways.
  • Page 130 ODDMENT COMPARTMENTS Rear oddment compartment Door pockets (fig. 134) (fig. 133) Pockets A are located on the front Oddment compartments on the door panels. An oddment compartment A can be dashboard (fig. 131-132) found in the rear part of the central dashboard unit.
  • Page 131: Front Armrest (fig

    PAPER POCKETS (fig. 135) HANDLES (fig. 136) FRONT ARMREST (fig. 137) Paper pockets are located on the A handle is located over the front The armrest can be adjusted up or back of the front seats. passenger side door. down. Two handles A with clothes hook B To use the armrest, lower it as are over the rear doors.
  • Page 132: Sunroof

    POWER SOCKET (fig. 138) SUNROOF OPENING AND CLOSING (where fitted) (where fitted) (fig. 139-140) The sunroof is electrically operated. It is located on the rear part of the Button A on the ceiling light unit It will only work when the ignition central dashboard panel.
  • Page 133 A small spoiler B will be lifted when Regularly check that the SLIDING SUNSHADE (fig. 141) the roof is opened to direct the flow of side holes C for draining A sliding sunshade is fitted to lessen air. water are free. the effect of sun rays in the passenger compartment when the sunroof is closed or partially open.
  • Page 134 SPOILER POSITION (fig. 142) EMERGENCY PROCEDURE Insert the screwdriver in C and turn it. In this way, you can manually open (fig. 143-144) The rear part of the sunroof can only and close the sunroof. be raised when the roof is completely If there is an electrical fault in the closed.
  • Page 135: Doors

    DOORS IMPORTANT The electronic alarm Pull the handle B to open the door. (where fitted) will not be switched on All doors are unlocked when a front by locking the door with the key in door handle is operated. CENTRAL DOOR LOCKING the lock.
  • Page 136 IMPORTANT If one of the doors is IMPORTANT After engaging the PUDDLE LIGHTS (fig. 150) not shut properly or there is a failure lock, check by trying to open a rear The puddle lights are fitted in the in the system, the central door lock- door with the internal handle.
  • Page 137 To prevent system mal- ating conditions, otherwise contact functioning, do not keep a Lancia Dealership as soon as the control buttons pressed possible. when the window has reached the end of its travel.
  • Page 138 Should there be a failure in the anti-crushing safety system, automatic window operation (both closing and open- ing) is excluded. Contact a Lancia Dealership as soon as possible. The door handle on the passenger side has a switch to control that par- ticular window.
  • Page 139: Boot

    BOOT When using the boot, OPENING THE BOOT WITH THE make sure the load you are REMOTE CONTROL carrying does not ex-ceed Lift switch A (fig. 153) on the base The boot can be opened from the out- the maximum allowed weight (see of the driver seat or turn the key in side by pressing the button D (fig.
  • Page 140 EXTENDING THE BOOT To totally extend the boot To extend the boot (fig. 158) This is only possible in versions with 1) Pull handle A (fig. 159) located split rear seats. in the middle of each cushion in the Fold both side of the seat to obtain direction of travel and fold it forwards maximum boot capacity.
  • Page 141 The rings can also be used to fasten normal position the luggage net (optional, can be pur- 1) Move the seat belt sideways and chased at a Lancia Dealership). bring the seat back to an upright po- sition. Check that it has caught prop- erly.
  • Page 142: Bonnet

    Heavy loads which are SKI TUNNEL (fig. 165) BONNET securely anchored The ski tunnel can be used to trans- could seriously injure pas- To open the bonnet: port long objects (e.g. skis). Introduce sengers in the event of an accident. objects into the tunnel from the boot.
  • Page 143 IMPORTANT The bonnet is lifted If repairs need to be car- To close the bonnet: by two gas struts (fig. 168). Do not ried out inside the engine 1) Lower the bonnet until it is about tamper with the struts and follow the compartment when this is 20 cm above the engine compart- bonnet in its movement.
  • Page 144: Fuel Filler Cap

    FUEL FILLER CAP When centrally unlocked, the flap The cap is equipped with a device will be in line with the body. To open A (fig. 172) which fastens it to the the flap, press the front part in point flap so that it cannot be misplaced.
  • Page 145: Cellular Phone Set-up

    This could com- Lancia Dealership only. This will lever. The wire contains the sound promise safety in addition to consti- system connections for the TEL-IN...
  • Page 146: Roof Rack And Ski Rack

    ROOF RACK AND The four anchorage roof rack brack- Never exceed the permit- ets are located on the roof duct (two ted weight (refer to the SKI RACK per side). “Technical specifications” chapter). The brackets are under the duct weather-stripping. Lift the lip of the ANCHORAGE POINTS rubber weather-stripping to reach the (fig.
  • Page 147: Adjusting The Headlights

    A loaded car slopes backwards. This tify the presence of other users on the placed by a Lancia Dealership. means that the headlight beam rises. roadside (pedestrians, cyclists, mo- In this case, a compensation is re- ADJUSTING THE HEADLIGHT torcyclists).
  • Page 148: Eobd System

    Position 1 - five people. ADJUSTING THE FRONT FOG EOBD SYSTEM LIGHT BEAM Position 2 - five people + maximum The EOBD (European On Board allowed load in boot. Turn screw A (fig. 176) from under Diagnosis) system fitted in this car the car to adjust the fog light beam.
  • Page 149: Abs

    EBD system failure. In this case vi- creases the brake system perfor- olent braking may be accompa- mance. nied by early rear wheel locking with the possibility of skidding. Drive the car extremely carefully to the nearest Lancia Dealership to have the system checked.
  • Page 150: Esp System (asr - Hh - Hba)

    It contributes in this case, you should take your to bringing the vehicle back to its cor- car to the nearest Lancia Dealer- rect path by acting on the deflecting ship avoiding sudden braking to Excessive use of engine torque and braking the wheels sepa- have the system checked.
  • Page 151 When the sensors detect any condi- ESP SYSTEM OPERATION The control unit processes the infor- tion that may cause the vehicle to mation received from the sensors and, The ESP system is automatically ac- skid, the ESP system acts both on the therefore, is able to continuously tuated upon starting the vehicle and engine and the brakes, by generating...
  • Page 152 ESP system comes into ac- that you contact your Lancia Deal- tion by reducing the engine power; ership. – if skidding affects only one driving...
  • Page 153 Lancia Dealership as quired for start up is reached, or any- soon as possible, to have the ESP sys- way for a maximum of 2 seconds, so tem checked.
  • Page 154 Failure warnings For correct operation of HBA FUNCTION the ESP system, the tyres Hydraulic Brake Assist In the event of failure, the instru- must absolutely be of the (where provided) HBA ment cluster warning light will same brand and type on all come on together with the message on The function, which cannot be cut wheels, in perfect conditions and,...
  • Page 155: Sound System Devices

    The rear speakers C are housed in the rear door panels (versions with (where fitted) BOSE HI-FI system only). The Lancia ICS system with naviga- tion system and instructions for oper- ating the specific sound system are provided in the supplement attached to this Owner Handbook for cars where this system is fitted.
  • Page 156 CD PLAYER (where fitted) BOSE HI-FI SOUND SYSTEM The HI-FI sound system was specif- ically designed for the Lybra to offer (fig. 181) (where fitted) the best acoustic performance and the The CD player is housed in the spe- The HI-FI sound system consists of:...
  • Page 157: Driving Your Car

    ENVIRONMENT ..........170 other cars as well. Sometimes, however, the tip TOWING A TRAILER ........171 may apply to an exclusive Lybra feature. You SNOW CHAINS ..........172 are therefore strongly recommended to pay the closest attention to this section for helpful hints STORING THE CAR ........
  • Page 158: Starting The Engine

    Never touch the high volt- tionality or reliability. The system de- age cables (spark plug ca- vised for the Lybra was designed to bles) when the engine is limit maintenance interventions. running.
  • Page 159 5) Wait for the instrument panel If you still cannot start the engine, warning light m to go out. The hot- get in touch with a Lancia Dealer- ter the engine is, the quicker this will ship. happen. IMPORTANT Never leave the igni- 6) Press the clutch pedal down to the floor.
  • Page 160 50° to 60°C. EMERGENCY START-UP If the Lancia CODE system fails to recognise that code transmitted by the IMPORTANT After a taxing drive ignition key (instrument panel warn- you should allow the engine to “catch Remember that until the ing light ¢...
  • Page 161: Parking

    PARKING AT THE FILLING STATION Stop the engine, engage the hand- brake and engage a gear (first gear if PETROL VERSIONS Never put even the tiniest the car is faced uphill or reverse if it amount of leaded petrol in The car’s pollution control devices is faced downhill).
  • Page 162 JTD VERSIONS In spring or autumn, however, when ENGINE OIL the maximum and minimum tem- Checking the level: see the “Car perature range is wide (from 0 to maintenance” chapter. Refuel with diesel fuel for + 15°C), the quality of diesel fuel sold motor vehicles complying at fuelling stations may not be ade- The gap between the MIN and MAX...
  • Page 163 SPARK PLUGS BULBS TYPE POWER Main beam headlights LANCIA RC10YCC Dipped beam headlights LANCIA BKR5EZ Gas-discharge main beam and dipped beam headlights Champion RC10YCC Front sidelights NGK BKR5EZ Front direction indicators PY21W LANCIA RC10YCC Side direction indicators PY5W Rear direction indicators...
  • Page 164 TYRE INFLATION PRESSURE COLD TYRE INFLATION PRESSURE (bar) Saloon Tyre Average load Full load Space-saver Front Rear Front Rear spare wheel 195/65 R15 91H 205/60 R15 91V (■) 195/65 R15 91V 205/60 R15 91V (■) 195/65 R15 91V 205/60 R15 91V (■) 205/55 R16 91V (■) 195/65 R15 91H 1.9 jtd...
  • Page 165: Safe Driving

    “Repeated checks and checks In designing the Lybra, LANCIA has before long trips” in this chapter. made every effort to come up with a – Adjust the seat belts to match your car able to provide driver and pas- height (see “Getting to know your car...
  • Page 166 Driving while drunk or – Make sure the air in the car is be- – Make sure the headlight beams are under the influence of ing changed continuously. properly positioned: if they are too drugs or certain medicines low, they reduce visibility and strain –...
  • Page 167 DRIVING IN THE RAIN – Move the ventilation controls to IMPORTANT On stretches of road the position for demisting the win- with good visibility, switch off your Rain and wet road surfaces spell dows (see “Getting to know your rear fog lights; the brightness of these danger.
  • Page 168 DRIVING IN THE MOUNTAINS – Prevalently use the engine brake 2) It makes it possible to brake and and avoid sudden braking. steer at the same time so you can – When driving downhill use the en- avoid unexpected obstacles and direct gine braking effect by engaging a low –...
  • Page 169: Containing Running Costs And Pollution

    CONTAINING RUNNING COSTS Roof rack/ski rack Remove the roof or ski racks from AND POLLUTION the car as soon as they are no longer needed. These accessories reduce the aero- Some suggestions which may help Tyres dynamic penetration of the car and you to keep the running costs of the will increase consumption.
  • Page 170 Spoilers Gear selections Acceleration The use of optional extras which are As soon as the traffic and road con- Accelerating violently increasing the not certified for specific use on the car ditions allow it, shift to a higher gear. revs will greatly effect consumption may reduce the aerodynamic pene- Using a lower gear to liven up accel- and emission: acceleration should be...
  • Page 171: Cheap Running That Respect The Environment

    CONTROL DEVICES are numerous traffic lights. production of the Lybra. It is no acci- Winding roads, mountain roads and The correct use of pollution control dent that its pollution control equip-...
  • Page 172: Towing Atrailer

    For this reason do not and have the car seen to at a Lancia park the car over inflammable IMPORTANT Dealership soon as you can.
  • Page 173: Snow Chains

    Before purchasing or using snow gency. The ABS system will not chains, you should contact a Lancia control the trailer braking Dealership for advice. system. Great care should Check the tautness of the chains af- therefore be taken when driving on ter driving some ten metres.
  • Page 174: Storing The Car

    STORING THE CAR REPEATED CHECKS AND CHECKS BEFORE The following precautions should be – Make sure the handbrake is not taken if the car will not be used for engaged. LONG TRIPS several months: – Clean and protect the painted –...
  • Page 175: Accessories Purchased By The Owner

    ACCESSORIES PURCHASED BY THE OWNER RADIO TRANSMITTERS AND The use of cellular tele- phones, HAM radio sys- CELLULAR TELEPHONES tems or other similar de- Cellular telephones and other radio vices inside the passenger com- transceiver equipment (e.g. HAM ra- partment (without an aerial) pro- dio systems) must not be used inside duces radio-frequency electro- the car unless a separate aerial is...
  • Page 176: In An Emergency

    Owner Handbook, you have also been provided with the Warranty Booklet where you will find details of all the services LANCIA can provide should you find yourself in difficulty. We nevertheless recommend you read these pages.
  • Page 177: Emergency Start-up

    2) Turn the ignition key to MAR. light up for four seconds and then go out; release the accelerator pedal. If the Lancia CODE system cannot 3) Press and hold down the acceler- ator pedal. The injection system deactivate the engine immobilising...
  • Page 178: Jump Starting

    1) Connect positive terminals A (fig. attempts, do not keep turning the key 1) and B of the two batteries with a but have the car seen to at a Lancia jump lead. Dealership. 2) With a second lead, connect the...
  • Page 179: Bump Starting

    BUMP STARTING IF A TYRE IS The space-saver spare wheel is narrower than a PUNCTURED standard wheel and must only be used to reach a service sta- tion where to have the punctured Follow the instructions on this and tyre repaired. Do not exceed 80 the following pages to use the jack km/h with the spare wheel fitted.
  • Page 180 The life span of a space- Do not use the jack to lift CHANGING A WHEEL saver spare wheel (where loads exceeding that indi- Please note: fitted) is approximately cated on the label attached 3000 km, after which it will need to the jack itself.
  • Page 181 Change the wheel as follows: 2) Engage the handbrake. 7) For cars with alloy rims: remove the clipped on wheel hub cap levering 1) Stop the car so that it is not a 3) Engage first gear or reverse. in the specific housing with the flat tip hazard for other road users or your- 4) Open the boot, lift the carpet and screwdriver provided.
  • Page 182 9) Position the jack under the car 10) Turn the handle F on the jack 13) Work the jack with handle L near the wheel to be replaced in the (fig. 9) by hand so to open it partially (fig. 10) until the car is a few cen- points shown on the panelling under and position the jack under the car.
  • Page 183 IMPORTANT Use the hexagonal re- 16) Put the spare wheel on, making 18) Turn the handle to lower the car cess on the upper part of the screw- sure that centring pins M (fig. 12) on and remove the jack (fig. 13). driver grip (provided) to facilitate this the hub coincide with the holes on the 19) Tighten up the wheel bolts in a...
  • Page 184 20) Fit the cup on a regular size Fasten the strap to the carpet as REFITTING THE STANDARD wheel with the inflation valve N shown (fig. 16) before refitting the WHEEL (fig. 15) at the corresponding position carpet on the floor. 1) Follow the procedure described and press on the edge of the cup start- above.
  • Page 185 4) For cars fitted with alloy rims: 7) Tighten up the wheel bolts in a IMPORTANT Failure to fit the cap fasten the pin provided B (fig. 18) criss-cross fashion following the order properly could result in it flying off onto the hub, then fit the wheel and shown (fig.
  • Page 186: If A Bulb Burns Out

    The bulbs of (Xeno) gas- device B (fig. 4). discharge headlights must 5) Reposition the shim (fig. 3). be replaced by a Lancia Dealership. Halogen bulbs contain pressurised gas which, if You should, where possi-...
  • Page 187 The presence of drops inside the headlight shows water seepage, refer to the Lancia Dealership. fig. 22...
  • Page 188 BULB TYPE POWER Main beam headlights Dipped beam headlights Gas-discharge main beam and dipped beam headlights – Front sidelights W5WB Front direction indicators PY21W Side direction indicators PY5W Rear direction indicators PY21W Front fog lights Taillights R10W Brake lights P21W Third brake light (saloon) –...
  • Page 189: If An Exterior Bulb Burns Out

    DIPPED AND MAIN BEAM Dipped beam headlight (fig. 25) discharge headlights must HEADLIGHTS, FRONT SIDE To replace the halogen E, 12V- H7/ be replaced by a Lancia LIGHTS 60W bulb: Dealership. The dipped beam, main beam head- 1) Remove the connector from the lights and the front side lights are bulb.
  • Page 190 Main beam headlight (fig. 26) Front side light (fig. 27) FRONT DIRECTION INDICATORS To replace the bulb: To replace the bulb: To replace the bulb: 1) Remove the connector from the 1) Remove the bulb holder A by bulb. holding the tab and turning it slightly. 1) Turn the bulb holder A (fig.
  • Page 191 FRONT FOG LIGHTS 5) Fasten clip C and insert the con- SIDE DIRECTION INDICATORS nector B in the bulb. (fig. 29-30-31) (fig. 32) 6) Refit the cover A by turning it To replace the bulb: To replace the bulb: clockwise. 1) Remove cap A by turning it anti- 1) Press the lens in direction 1, press clockwise without disconnecting the...
  • Page 192 REAR LIGHT CLUSTER 3) Remove the bulbs, pushing them 4) After replacing the bulbs, refit the slightly and turning them anticlock- bulb holder D and fasten with screw C. wise. Taillights, direction indicators, 5) Lower the cover B and fasten by brake lights, reversing light and E - Taillight bulb.
  • Page 193 NUMBER PLATE LIGHTS ADDITIONAL BRAKE LIGHT 6) Connect the electrical connector C and insert it in its housing on the (fig. 36) (THIRD BRAKE LIGHT) rear window shelf. (fig. 37-38-39) To replace the bulb: 7) Reposition the light cluster by in- To replace a bulb: 1) Loosen the screws A and remove serting tabs G in the housings H on...
  • Page 194: If An Interior Bulb Burns Out

    IF AN INTERIOR BULB BURNS OUT 8) Fasten screws C. 9) Refit cover B by fitting the front part first and then press on the back until it clips back. FRONT CEILING LIGHT 4) Lift cover E (clipped on). To replace a bulb: 5) Release the bulbs F (fig.
  • Page 195 REAR CEILING LIGHT (fig. 44) COURTESY LIGHT (fig. 45) GLOVE COMPARTMENT LIGHT (where fitted) (fig. 46) To replace a bulb: To replace a bulb: To replace a bulb: 1) Remove the ceiling light using a 1) Remove the ceiling light using a screwdriver as a lever in point A.
  • Page 196 BOOT LIGHT (fig. 47) DOOR LIGHTS (fig. 48-49) 4) Close shield B by clipping it into its housing. To replace a bulb: To replace an bulb: 5) Refit the lens by inserting side D 1) Remove the lens by using a 1) Remove the lens by using a first and pressing the other side to en- screwdriver as a lever on clip A.
  • Page 197: If A Fuse Blows

    If the fuse blows again, have the car carry out any repairs. Take inspected at a Lancia Dealership. the car to a Lancia Dealership. To locate the fuse, refer to the table on the following pages. The devices protected by the general fuses are listed in the tables on the fol- lowing pages.
  • Page 198 (where fitted) in vertical position on to reach the relays (fig. 52). Have this IN THE FUSEBOX the right side of the fusebox. The done by a Lancia Dealership. The fuses protecting the main de- spare fuses present various amper- D - Horn relay vices are arranged in a fusebox lo- ages.
  • Page 199 FUSES AND RELAYS ON THE FUSES AND RELAYS IN THE In the fusebox over the battery AUXILIARY BRACKET (fig. 53) ENGINE COMPARTMENT (fig. 55-56) The auxiliary bracket is located over To reach the fuses, open cover A, On the bracket in front the fusebox.
  • Page 200 Behind the battery (fig. 57) In the service area (fig. 58-59) – Climate control compressor relay (20A) To reach the fuses, remove the cov- To reach the fuses and relays, re- ers A by releasing the fastening clips. move cover A (clipped on) by releas- –...
  • Page 201 EXTERIOR LIGHTS FUSE AMPERE LOCATION Right-hand main beam headlight fig. 52 Left-hand main beam headlight fig. 52 Right-hand dipped beam headlight fig. 52 Left-hand dipped beam headlight fig. 52 Right-hand and left-hand dipped beam headlight (relay enable) fig. 53 Front right side lights (on dashboard) fig.
  • Page 202 INTERIOR LIGHTS FUSE AMPERE LOCATION Door controls lighting (electric windows control unit) fig. 53 Control lights on central dashboard unit fig. 53 Icon lights on switches fig. 53 Door handles lighting (electric windows control unit) fig. 53 Dashboard and climate control system lights fig.
  • Page 203 DEVICES AND UTILITIES FUSE AMPERE LOCATION Boot (tailgate opening) fig. 53 Front electric window winders/centralised door locking system control unit fig. 53 Injection electronic control unit. fig. 53 Centralised door locking system fig. 52 Horn fig. 52 Climate control system (control unit) fig.
  • Page 204 DEVICES AND UTILITIES FUSE AMPERE LOCATION MAXI FUSE: engine cooling fan power (1.6 with climate control system - 1.8 with heater versions) fig. 56 MAXI FUSE: engine cooling fan power (1.8 with climate control system versions) fig. 56 MAXI FUSE: engine cooling fan power (2.0 versions) fig.
  • Page 205 Climate control system pollution sensor fig. 53 Windscreen wiper rain sensor fig. 53 Windscreen wiper rain sensor (control unit relay enable) fig. 53 LANCIA ICS (display) fig. 52 Lancia CODE system fig. 53 – fig. 59 Automatically adjustable internal rearview mirror fig.
  • Page 206: If The Battery Is Flat

    IF THE BATTERY the system by turning the emergency JACKING key to “OFF” (see “Electronic alarm” IS FLAT THE CAR in “Getting to know your car”). 2) Connect the charger cables to the JUMP STARTING battery terminals. WITH THE JACK See “Jump starting”...
  • Page 207: Towing The Car

    – No other tool, part from the han- TOWING THE CAR dle shown in this chapter, can be fit- ted to the jack. IMPORTANT Respect the local Carefully clean WITH A SHOP JACK OR AN rules for towing the car. threading before fastening ARM HOIST the tow ring B.
  • Page 208: If An Accident Occurs

    When towing the car, you IF AN ACCIDENT – Remove the ignition keys from the must comply with the spe- vehicles involved. OCCURS cific traffic regulations re- – If you can smell petrol or other garding the tow ring and how to chemicals, do not smoke and make tow on the road.
  • Page 209 IF ANYONE IS INJURED FIRST-AID KIT – Never leave the injured person It is a good idea to keep a fire extin- alone. The obligation to provide as- guisher and blanket in the car in ad- sistance exists even for those not di- dition to the first-aid kit.
  • Page 210: Car Maintenance

    CAR MAINTENANCE SCHEDULED SERVICING ........210 ancia Lybra is brand new throughout, even SERVICE SCHEDULE ........... 211 in its servicing schedule. Its first service sched- ANNUAL INSPECTION SCHEDULE ....213 ule coupon is to be used only at 20,000 km.
  • Page 211: Scheduled Servicing

    20,000 kilometres. Scheduled Servicing is performed at all Lancia Dealership and there is a set time scale for such operations. If it is seen that further replacements or repairs are necessary in addition to...
  • Page 212: Service Schedule

    SERVICE SCHEDULE thousands of kilometres Check tyre conditions and wear; adjust pressure, if required ç ç ç ç ç ç ç ç ç Check light operation (headlights, direction indicators, hazard lights, boot, passenger compartment, oddment compartments, ç ç ç ç ç...
  • Page 213 thousands of kilometres Check fuel evaporation system operation ç ç ç ç ç ç Replace air cleaner cartridge (petrol versions) ç ç ç ç ç ç ç ç ç Replace air cleaner cartridge (jtd versions) Check and top up fluids ç...
  • Page 214: Annual Inspection Schedule

    LANCIA cars (see ment ceiling light, glove compartment – Change engine oil. “Capacities” in “Technical specifica- light, instrument panel lights, etc.).
  • Page 215 Do not carry out servic- the car, contact a Lancia Dealer- used for short trips or if it is fitted ing operations if you have no ex- ship.
  • Page 216: Checking Fluid Levels

    CHECKING FLUID LEVELS Do not smoke while working in the engine compartment: the presence of flammable gas and vapour could cause a fire. Be careful not to mix up fig. 1 - 1.6 version the various types of fluids when you are topping up: they are all mutually incompatible and could damage the car.
  • Page 217 1. Engine oil - 2. Battery - 3. Brake fluid - 4. Windscreen washer fluid - 5. Engine coolant - 6. Power steering fluid. fig. 3 - 2.0 version 1. Engine oil - 2. Battery - 3. Brake fluid - 4. Windscreen washer fluid - 5.
  • Page 218 1. Engine oil - 2. Battery - 3. Brake fluid - 4. Windscreen washer fluid - 5. Engine coolant - 6. Power steering fluid. fig. 5 - 2.4 jtd version...
  • Page 219 ENGINE OIL (fig. 6-7-8-9-10) Be very careful under the In 1.6 version, lift the upper part of bonnet: you risk burning the cap and remove it. Check engine oil with the car on yourself. Remember that level ground and while the engine is During the beginning of the car’s life when the engine is hot, the fan can still warm (approximately five min-...
  • Page 220 Lancia Dealer- Service Schedule. ship. Check coolant level when the engine is cold. The level should be included...
  • Page 221 WASHER FLUID (fig. 12) Check the oil level when the engine tem checked for leakage at a Lancia is cold. It should be included between To top up, remove cap A and filler Dealership.
  • Page 222: Air Cleaner

    Have the operation carried out at a Lancia Dealership. Car safety can be compromised if The symbol π on the the cleaner replacement procedure container indicates syn-...
  • Page 223: Pollen Filter

    See “ In an emergency” for instruc- ment is introduced. misfire. Go to a Lancia Dealership tions on how to recharge the battery. as soon as possible when the c warning light comes on to have the bleeding operation carried out.
  • Page 224 “Service schedule” in doors, boot and bonnet are closed this chapter. Have this operation car- properly. The ceiling lights must be ried out at a Lancia Dealership. off. Should the battery be re- placed, the anti-crushing Do not keep accessories (e.g. sound safety system of the electric system, hazard lights etc.) switched...
  • Page 225 Description phone kit, radio navigator and anti– 50 Ah 30 mA theft system, etc.) visit a Lancia For versions/markets where applic- 60 Ah 36 mA Dealership. They can suggest the able, the battery can be fitted with an...
  • Page 226: Electronic Control Units

    Bright Top up Contact a Lancia Dealership necessary: white colour electrolyte – Never disconnect the battery from the electrical system while the engine is running.
  • Page 227: Spark Plugs

    Therefore, if the engine has Spark plug problems, it is important to have the LANCIA RC10YCC spark plugs checked at a Lancia Dealership. LANCIA BKR5EZ Champion RC10YCC NGK BKR5EZ LANCIA RC10YCC...
  • Page 228: Wheels And Tyres

    Lancia Dealership. It is normal for the pressure to rise Avoid overloading your car: this can when you are driving. If you have to seriously damage wheels and tyres.
  • Page 229: Rubber Tubing

    In any case, if the tyres have been RUBBER TUBING WINDSCREEN fitted for more than six years they WIPERS should be examined by an expert who Follow the Service Schedule to the can judge whether they are still fit for letter as concerns braking, power use.
  • Page 230 – Remove any snow that has settled 2) If the blades are intact, continue 3) Insert the new blade in the wind- on the glass: besides saving the blades by checking the operation. Operate screen wiper arm until the lock spring you will avoid straining the electric the windscreen washer and the clicks.
  • Page 231: Headlight Washers

    Before summer, have the system for this if necessary. screen washer is operated and the checked at a Lancia Dealership. The windscreen washer jets A can be headlights are on. directed by adjusting the inclination of the nozzles.
  • Page 232: Bodywork

    WARRANTY the conditions and the environment For your Lybra, LANCIA has used Your Lybra is covered by warranty the car is driven in. For example, you leading– edge technological solutions against any original structural or body...
  • Page 233 Detergents pollute water. Do not wash the car after it has been Engine compartment For this reason, the car parked in the sun or while the bonnet At the end of each winter season, must be washed in an area is hot: it could take the shine off the carefully clean the engine compart- equipped for the collection and...
  • Page 234: Interiors

    INTERIORS CLEANING ALCANTARA SEATS CLEANING SUHARA SEATS Alcantara upholstery is easy to Follow procedure A or B according From time to time check that water clean. Follow the same instructions to the type of stain to remove (see has not collected under the mats provided for velvet upholstery.
  • Page 235: Lybra Station Wagon

    SOUND SYSTEM ..........236 given in previous sections of this handbook. REAR TRIM AUTOMATIC The Lybra SW is a car that, as well as sharing CONTROL SYSTEM ........237 all the features of safety, driving pleasure and BOOT .............. 238 environmental-friendliness with the Lybra ROOF RACK/SKI RACK .........
  • Page 236: Rear Window Washer/wiper

    REAR WINDOW WASHER/WIPER SPRAY NOZZLES (fig. 3) If there is no jet of liquid, first make sure that there is liquid in the reser- voir (see “Car maintenance”). OPERATION (fig. 1) The rear window wiper will be au- tomatically operated for some seconds The rear window washer jets can be This device only works with the ig- when the windscreen wiper is work-...
  • Page 237: Interior Lights

    The CD player A and the CD-ROM the switch A is in position 0 and the the side boot shelves. drive B for the Lancia ICS with nav- tailgate is opened. igation system are housed in a com- The ceiling light will come on re-...
  • Page 238: Rear Trim Automatic Control System

    To refit, insert the lower part first CONTROL SYSTEM Owner Handbook for instructions on and then clip the flap back. the Lancia ICS with navigation sys- (where fitted) tem and the CD-ROM drive. The car is equipped with a rear sus-...
  • Page 239: Boot

    The self-levelling rear suspensions BOOT OPENING THE TAILGATE automatically keep the rear of the (fig. 10-11) car’s height – and consequently its When using the boot, Lift switch A or insert the key in trim – constant regardless of the load make sure the load you are lock B at turn it to position 1 to open in the boot.
  • Page 240 OPENING THE TAILGATE WITH CLOSING THE TAILGATE CEILING LIGHT (fig. 14) THE REMOTE CONTROL (fig. 13) Ceiling light B on the right-hand The tailgate can be opened from the side of the boot comes on when the Use a handle A to close the tailgate. outside by pressing D (fig.
  • Page 241 C. To reposition the tray, insert the to house the CD player and the CD- side pin in recesses C and turn it for- ROM drive for the Lancia ICS with wards. navigator system (where fitted). The subwoofer for cars with HI-FI...
  • Page 242 To remove the cover, roll it up and PASSENGER COMPARTMENT pears. Lift the right-hand side of the remove the two front pins E. reel first and then the left-hand side. SEPARATION NET Remove the reel from the boot (fig. 20-21-22-23) (where fitted) To refit the cover, insert the front (fig.
  • Page 243 2) Press handle B and lower flap C. the luggage net (optional, can be pur- 3) Remove the cover (where fitted). chased at a Lancia Dealership). Push flap C towards the boot to close it. It will lock automatically. Heavy loads which are...
  • Page 244 EXTENDING THE BOOT To partially extend the boot To totally extend the boot (one third) (fig. 27) (fig. 29) The split rear seat allows to partially or totally extend the boot (one third, Fold the left-hand seat only. You Fold both side of the seat to obtain two thirds, or totally).
  • Page 245 To extend the boot To return the seats to their IMPORTANT If there is a fairly heavy load in the boot and you are normal position: 1) Pull handle A (fig. 30) located in travelling at night, it is a good idea to the middle of each cushion and pull it 1) Move the seat belt sideways and check and adjust the height of the...
  • Page 246: Roof Rack/ski Rack

    To fit the tow ring, remove the An optional set of two roof rack bumper cover A (fig. 35) by using a cross bars is available for the Lybra screwdriver as a lever in the specific SW. These bars can be used to secure After travelling a few recess.
  • Page 247: If A Tyre Is Punctured

    IF A TYRE IS PUNCTURED IMPORTANT For instructions on how to change a wheel correctly and for the warnings and the precautions to be adopted see “In an emergency”. SPARE WHEEL AND TOOLS Remove the shim B (fig. 37). When you have finished, put the re- The car may be equipped with a Release the locking device C (fig.
  • Page 248: If A Bulb Burns Out

    IF A BULB BURNS OUT BOOT LIGHT (fig. 43) To replace a C , 12V-C10W bulb: 1) Remove the lens by using a IMPORTANT Read the warnings 2) Remove the bulb B (fig. 42) by screwdriver as a lever on clip A. and the precautions given in “In an releasing the side contacts and replace emergency”.
  • Page 249 ADDITIONAL BRAKE LIGHTS 6) Insert the bulb holder D (fig. 46) REAR LIGHT CLUSTER and turn it clockwise. (THIRD BRAKE LIGHT) Taillights, direction indicators, 7) Reposition the additional brake The light can be reached from the brake lights, reversing light and light on the tailgate and fasten screws outside with the tailgate open.
  • Page 250 2) Remove the light cluster by loos- F - Reversing light bulb (right-hand 6) Refit the light cluster and fasten ening the nuts C (fig. 48) with end A cluster only): B, 12V-P21W. the nuts C (fig. 48). (fig. 49) of the tool supplied with the Rear fog light bulb (left-hand clus- 7) Refit the utility compartment flap car and pull it outwards without dis-...
  • Page 251: Technical Specifications

    TRANSMISSION ..........258 formulae, measurements and tables begins. In a BRAKES............260 sense, it is the Lybra’s identity card. A document SUSPENSIONS..........261 that introduces the car and explains in technical STEERING............261 jargon all the features that go together to make it WHEEL GEOMETRY ........
  • Page 252: Identification Data

    IDENTIFICATION ENGINE MARKING MODEL PLATE The marking is stamped on the The plate (fig. 2) is fastened to the DATA cylinder block and includes the model front crossmember in the engine com- and the chassis number. partment and bears the following identification information (fig.
  • Page 253 L - Body version code A - Paint manufacturer M - Spare part code B - Colour name N - Smoke opacity index (for diesel C - Lancia colour code engines). D - Re-spray and touch up code. fig. 3 fig. 4...
  • Page 254: Engine Codes - Bodywork Versions

    ENGINE CODES - BODYWORK VERSIONS Engine code Bodywork code Saloon Station Wagon Saloon Station Wagon 182B6000 182B6000 839AXF1A 12C 839BXF1A 13C 839A7000 839A7000 839AXG1A 14D 839BXG1A 15D 185A8000 185A8000 839AXH1A 16C 839BXH1A 17C 1.9 jtd 937A2000 937A2000 839AXN1A 22C 839BXN1A 23C 2.4 jtd 841C000 841C000...
  • Page 255: Engine

    ENGINE GENERAL FEATURES Engine code 182B6000 839A7000 185A8000 Cycle Otto Otto Otto Number and layout of cylinders 4 in line 4 in line 5 in line Number of valves per cylinder Diameter x stroke 20.5 x 78.4 82 x 82.7 82 x 75.65 Total capacity 1596...
  • Page 256 1.9 jtd 2.4 jtd GENERAL FEATURES Engine code 937A2000 841C000 Cycle Diesel Diesel Number and layout of cylinders 4 in line 5 in line Number of valves per cylinder Diameter x stroke 82 x 90.4 82 x 90.4 Total capacity 1910 2387 Compression ratio...
  • Page 257 – Firing order: 1 - 3 - 4 - 2. measured by means of a hot film flow meter. 1.6 version – Spark plugs: LANCIA RC10YCC – “Closed loop” information on con- Integrated electronic injection and LANCIA BKR5EZ sumption for petrol metering provided ignition system.
  • Page 258 – Firing order: 1 - 2 - 4 - 5 - 3. 1.9 jtd - 2.4 jtd versions ignition system. A single control unit – Spark plugs: governs both function and processes LANCIA RC8BYC Modifications or repairs injection time (for fuel metering) and Champion RC8BYC to the fuel feed system that spark advance angle.
  • Page 259: Transmission

    – Variable geometry turbocharger LUBRICATION TRANSMISSION operated by exhaust gas with waste- Forced lubrication by means of gate excess pressure valve. geared pump with built-in pressure CLUTCH – Supercharging pressure: 1 bar. limiting valve. Hydraulically controlled, self-ad- – Electronically controlled cooled Total capacity cartridge filter for oil justing pedal without idle stroke.
  • Page 260 The gearbox ratios are: Saloon 1.9 jtd 2.4 jtd gear 3.909 3.909 3.909 3.800 3.800 gear 2.238 2.238 2.238 2.235 2.235 gear 1.520 1.520 1.520 1.360 1.360 gear 1.156 1.156 1.156 0.971 0.971 gear 0.971 0.971 0.946 0.707 0.763 reverse 3.909 3.909 3.909...
  • Page 261: Brakes

    DIFFERENTIAL Drive transmission to the front BRAKES wheels by means of drive shafts con- Final drive gear and differential as- nected to the differential and to the sembly built into the gearbox. wheels with CV joints. SERVICE AND EMERGENCY BRAKES Front: disc brakes with floating shoes and one cylinder per wheel.
  • Page 262: Suspensions

    Minimum steering circle: REAR special equipment and must therefore – 1.6 - 1.8 - 1.9 jtd versions = 10.5 m be carried out at a Lancia Dealer- Independent wheel, BLG (guided ship. wishbone) multiple wishbone layout. – 2.0 - 2.4 jtd versions = 10.9 m.
  • Page 263: Wheels

    WHEELS The homologated tyres are listed in To ensure safety of the car in move- the log book. ment, it must be fitted with tyres of specified size and of the same make IMPORTANT In the event of dis- RIMS AND TYRES and type on all wheels.
  • Page 264 CORRECT TYRE READING Load index (capacity) Maximum speed index Below, please find the instructions Q = up to 160 km/h. 60 = 250 kg 84 = 500 kg needed to understand the meaning of R = up to 170 km/h 61 = 257 kg 85 = 515 kg the code stamped on the tyre.
  • Page 265 UNDERSTANDING Example: RIM MARKING (fig. 5) 6 1/2 J x 15 H2 The following are the necessary in- dications to understand the meaning 6 1/2 = rim width in inches (1). of the markings on the rim. = rim drop centre outline (side projection where the tyre bead rests (2).
  • Page 266: Electrical System

    ELECTRICAL BATTERY Earthed negative. SYSTEM Batteries with higher electrical specifications are fitted in specific markets. 20 hour discharge Cold cranking Modifications or repairs capacity discarge current (–18°C) to the system that are not 50Ah - 60Ah (*) 250A - 380A (*) carried out properly or do 1.8 - 2.0 50Ah - 60Ah (*)
  • Page 267: Dimensions

    DIMENSIONS Height is intended for an unladen car. Dimensions in mm. Boot volume (as per VDA standards): 420 dm P4T0027 fig. 6...
  • Page 268 Height is intended for an unladen car. Dimensions in mm. Boot volume under luggage cover (as per VDA standards): – normal conditions: 420 dm – extended: 800 dm Overall volume: 1,300 dm P4T0028 fig. 7 ) Height including roof bars: 1578 mm •...
  • Page 269: Performance

    PERFORMANCE Top admitted speed after running-in (in km/h) Saloon 1.9 jtd 2.4 jtd Station Wagon 1.9 jtd 2.4 jtd...
  • Page 270: Weights

    WEIGHTS (kg) Saloon Station Wagon Saloon Station Wagon Saloon Station Wagon Kerb weight (including fuel, spare wheel, tools and accessories): 1,250 1,290 1,300 1,340 1,350 1,390 Payload (*) including driver: Maximum admitted loads (**) – front axle: 1,050 1,050 1,050 1,050 1,050 1,050...
  • Page 271 1.9 jtd 1.9 jtd 2.4 jtd 2.4 jtd Saloon Station Wagon Saloon Station Wagon Kerb weight (including fuel, spare wheel, tools and accessories): 1,310 1,350 1,370 1,410 Payload (*) including driver: Maximum admitted loads – front axle: 1,050 1,050 1,050 1,050 –...
  • Page 272: Capacities

    CAPACITIES Prescribed fuel Recommended products litres litres litres Fuel tank: – Premium unleaded petrol with – – – a RON not lower than 95 including a reserve of: – – – – Mixture of distilled water and Engine cooling system: 6.80 –...
  • Page 273 1.9 jtd 2.4 jtd Prescribed fuel Recommended products litres litres Diesel fuel for motor vehicles Fuel tank: – – (EN590 specifications) including a reserve of: – – Mixture of distilled water and Engine cooling system: 7.27 – – PARAFLU UP at 50%. Engine sump: SELENIA TURBO DIESEL (❍) 3.75...
  • Page 274 NOTES ON FLUID USE Windscreen washer fluid ENGINE OIL CONSUMPTION Use a mixture of water and TUTELA During the beginning of the car’s life PROFESSIONAL SC 35 fluid in the the engine is be tuned in. Engine oil following concentrations: consumption can only be considered Do not add oil with different speci- stabilised after the first 5,000 - 6,000...
  • Page 275: Fluids And Lubricants

    FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS PRODUCTS WHICH MAY BE USED AND THEIR SPECIFICATIONS Fluid and lubricant specifications Recommended Applications for correct vehicle operation fluids and lubricants SAE 10W40 synthetic-based multigrade oil exceeding SELENIA 20K ACEA A3 - 96, CCMC G5 and API SJ specifications Lubricants for petrol engines (❒)
  • Page 276 Fluid and lubricant specifications Recommended Applications for correct vehicle operation fluids and lubricants SAE 75W85 synthetic-based lubricant exceeding API GL-4, TUTELA Mechanical gearbox CAR MATRYX and differential MIL-L-2105 D specifications Drive lubricants and greas CV joints Molybdenum disulphide, lithium soap based grease, water re- TUTELA MRM 2 sistant, NLGI = 2 consistency Synthetic fluid, NTHSA no.
  • Page 277: Fuel Consumption

    FUEL CONSUMPTION IMPORTANT Road and traffic conditions, weather, general con- ditions of the vehicle, driving style, The fuel consumption values shown – an extra-urban cycle: consisting fittings and accessories, use of the in the following table were defined ac- in frequent accelerations, in all gears, climate control system, load, roof cording to the type-approval specifi- simulating normal conditions of use.
  • Page 278: Co 2 Emissions In Exhaust

    EMISSION IN EXHAUST The CO emission in exhaust shown in the following tables refers to the combined consumption. EMISSIONS AS PER DIRECTIVE 1999/100/EC (g/km) 1.9 jtd 2.4 jtd Saloon Station Saloon Station Saloon Station Saloon Station Saloon Station Wagon Wagon Wagon Wagon Wagon...
  • Page 279: Tyre Inflation Pressure

    TYRE INFLATION PRESSURE COLD TYRE INFLATION PRESSURE (bar) Saloon Type Average load Full load Space-saver Front Rear Front Rear spare wheel 195/65 R15 91H 205/60 R15 91V (■) 195/65 R15 91V 205/60 R15 91V (■) 195/65 R15 91V 205/60 R15 91V (■) 205/55 R16 91V 1.9 jtd 195/65 R15 91H...
  • Page 280 Station Wagon Tyre Average load Full load Space-saver Front Rear Front Rear spare wheel 195/65 R15 91H 2.4 (2.7*) 205/60 R15 91V (■) 2.4 (2.7*) 195/65 R15 91V 2.4 (2.7*) 205/60 R15 91V (■) 2.4 (2.7*) 195/65 R15 91V 2.4 (2.7*) 205/60 R15 91V (■) 2.4 (2.7*) 205/55 R16 91V...
  • Page 281: Accessory Installation

    LANCIA has specially trained its Dealership safety under all driving conditions. staff for work on the Lybra. If you wish to give your Lybra a sportier look, LANCIA has designed light alloy rims, leather panels, spoilers and sporty bumpers that are TOW HITCH ..........
  • Page 282: Tow Hitch

    TOW HITCH Use a tow hitch suited for the max- The electrical brake (where relevant) imum towable load of the car version or other device (electrical winch, etc.) on which the tow hitch is to be fitted. must be powered directly from the battery by means of a lead with a Use a unified coupling for the elec- TOW HITCH INSTALLATION...
  • Page 283 INSTALLATION DIAGRAM A-A cross-section Fasten the tow hitch (fig. 1) in the (313) points marked with a Ø symbol using a total of: Rear wheel axlei – six M8x30 screws (of which five hexagonal head screws and one countersunk Allen 496,5 496,5 screw)
  • Page 284: Index

    INDEX – specifications ....265 – service and emergency ..260 Bodywork Bulbs (replacement) ....185 BS ........148 – maintenance ..... 231 – bulb types ..162-186-187 Accessories purchased – versions ......253 – general ......186 by the user ......174 Bonnet ........
  • Page 285 – centralised window – general ......168 – replacing a rear system ......136 Controls ......... 118 bulb (SW) ......248 Chassis number ...... 251 Cooling ........103 – replacing a side bulb ..190 Cheap running that respects Courtesy lights ....... 124 Door lights the environment ....
  • Page 286 – replacing the remote EOBD system ......147 – capacity ....271-272 control batteries ....26 ESP system ......149 Fuses ........196 – switching the alarm off ..25 lashing the headlights Electronic control units ..225 as discharge Engine Fog Sensor ......
  • Page 287 Lubricant specifications .. 274-275 – replacing a rear ceiling Luggage cover (SW) ....240 dentification data ..light bulb ......194 Lybra Station Wagon ... 234 If an accident occurs ....207 Passenger compartment Ignition switch ....... 16 ain beam headlights separation net (SW) ....
  • Page 288 – internal ......32 – driving in the mountains .. 167 adio-frequency remote – storing external – driving in the rain .... 166 control ......mirror position ....33 – driving on snow and ice ..167 Rain sensor Remote control batteries ..21-26 (windscreen wiper) ....
  • Page 289 – replacing a rear bulb – emergency start-up ... 176 echnical (saloon) ......191 – ignition switch ....16 specifications ....250 – replacing a rear bulb – jump starting ....177 Third brake light (SW) ......... 248 – procedure for diesel –...
  • Page 290 – rain sensor ....... 118 arning LEDs and LEDs Windscreen wiper on controls ......61 – blades (replacement) ..228 Warning lights ....... 53 – controls ......117 Weights ......269-270 – nozzles ......230 Wheel geometry ..... 261 Windscreen, rear window, Wheel rims ......
  • Page 291 RADIO-FREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROL: ministerial homologation International motoring code Country Homologation number Austria Belgium Switzerland Germany Denmark Spain France Greece Hungary Italy Luxembourg Netherlands Portugal Bulgaria P-14-540/2001 Croatia SRD 162/01 Czech Republic Jordan TRC/LPD/2001/01 Kuwait Oman OMA/1150/075/01 Poland 211/2001 Qatar QTEL/DR/2001/R-215 Lebanon 6731/OM Romania...
  • Page 294 ® ® Always ask your mechanic for...
  • Page 295 Oil change? The experts reccomend Selenia. The engine of your car is factory filled with Selenia, a range of lubricants which satisfies the most advanced international specifications. Specific tests and high technical characteristicss allow the Selenia range to guarantee the optimum and top quality performance of your engine. The Selenia range includes a number of of technologically advanced products: SELENIA 20K SELENIA TD...
  • Page 296 NOTES...
  • Page 297: Engine Oil Change

    COLD TYRE INFLATION PRESSURE (bar) Saloon Station Wagon Tyre Average load Full load Average load Full load Space-saver Front Rear Front Rear Front Rear Front Rear spare wheel 195/65 R15 91H 2.4 (2.7*) 205/60 R15 91V 2.4 (2.7*) 195/65 R15 91V 2.4 (2.7*) 205/60 R15 91V 2.4 (2.7*)

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