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  • Page 1

    Renegade 2 0 1 5 O W N E R ’ S M A N U A L...

  • Page 2

    This manual illustrates and describes the operation of VEHICLES SOLD IN CANADA With respect to any Vehicles Sold in Canada, the name FCA features and equipment that are either standard or op- US LLC shall be deemed to be deleted and the name FCA tional on this vehicle.

  • Page 3: Introduction 3

    TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION PAGE INTRODUCTION ............. . . 3 CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE .

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    INTRODUCTION CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ......4 VEHICLE MODIFICATIONS/ALTERATIONS ..7 HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL ....5 ROLLOVER WARNING .

  • Page 6: Introduction

    4 INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION particularly those used for braking, steering, transmis- sion, and transfer case shifting. Learn how your vehicle Congratulations on selecting your new FCA US LLC handles on different road surfaces. Your driving skills vehicle. Be assured that it represents precision workman- will improve with experience.

  • Page 7: How To Use This Manual

    When it comes to service, remember that your authorized The detailed index at the back of this Owner’s Manual dealer knows your Jeep® vehicle best, has factory-trained contains a complete listing of all subjects. technicians and genuine MOPAR® parts, and cares about Consult the following table for a description of the your satisfaction.

  • Page 8

    6 INTRODUCTION...

  • Page 9: Warnings And Cautions

    INTRODUCTION 7 WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS ROLLOVER WARNING This Owner’s Manual contains WARNINGS against Utility vehicles have a significantly higher rollover rate operating procedures that could result in a collision or than other types of vehicles. This vehicle has a higher bodily injury.

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    8 INTRODUCTION Failure to use the driver and passenger seat belts pro- vided is a major cause of severe or fatal injury. In fact, the U.S. government notes that the universal use of existing seat belts could cut the highway death toll by 10,000 or more each year and could reduce disabling injuries by two million annually.

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE CONTENTS ▫ Customer Assistance For The Hearing Or Speech SUGGESTIONS FOR OBTAINING SERVICE FOR YOUR VEHICLE ......11 Impaired (TDD/TTY) .

  • Page 12

    10 CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE ▫ Traction Grades......17 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION UNIFORM TIRE QUALITY GRADES ....17 ▫...

  • Page 13: Customer Assistance 9

    CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE 11 SUGGESTIONS FOR OBTAINING SERVICE FOR Be Reasonable With Requests YOUR VEHICLE If you list a number of items and you must have your vehicle by the end of the day, discuss the situation with Prepare For The Appointment the service advisor and list the items in order of priority.

  • Page 14: Fca Us Llc Customer Center

    12 CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE • Authorized dealer name facilities, factory-trained technicians, special tools, and the latest information to ensure the vehicle is fixed • Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) correctly and in a timely manner. • Vehicle delivery date and mileage This is why you should always talk to an authorized FCA US LLC Customer Center dealer service manager first.

  • Page 15: In Mexico Contact

    CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE 13 In Mexico Contact Canadian residents with hearing difficulties that require assistance can use the special needs relay service offered Av. Prolongacion Paseo de la Reforma, 1240 by Bell Canada. For TTY teletypewriter users, dial 711 Sante Fe C.P. 05109 and for Voice callers, dial 1-800-855-0511 to connect with a Bell Relay Service operator.

  • Page 16: Warranty Information

    14 CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE The manufacturer will not stand behind any service WARNING! contract that is not the manufacturer’s service contract. It is not responsible for any service contract other than the Engine exhaust (internal combustion engines only), manufacturer’s service contract. If you purchased a ser- some of its constituents, and certain vehicle compo- vice contract that is not a manufacturer’s service contract, nents contain, or emit, chemicals known to the State...

  • Page 17: Reporting Safety Defects

    CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE 15 REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS You can also obtain other information about motor vehicle safety from http://www.safercar.gov. In The 50 United States And Washington, D.C. In Canada If you believe that your vehicle has a defect that could cause a crash or cause injury or death, you should If you believe that your vehicle has a safety defect, you immediately inform the National Highway Traffic Safety should contact the Customer Service Department imme-...

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    16 CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE NOTE: A street address is required when ordering problems the first time, using step-by-step troubleshoot- manuals (no P.O. Boxes). ing and drivability procedures, proven diagnostic tests and a complete list of all tools and equipment. Service Manuals Owner’s Manuals These comprehensive Service Manuals provide the infor- mation that students and professional technicians need in...

  • Page 19: Tire Quality Grades

    CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE 17 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION UNIFORM significantly from the norm due to variations in driving TIRE QUALITY GRADES habits, service practices, and differences in road charac- teristics and climate. The following tire grading categories were established by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The Traction Grades specific grade rating assigned by the tire’s manufacturer The Traction grades, from highest to lowest, are AA, A, B,...

  • Page 20: Temperature Grades

    18 CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE Temperature Grades WARNING! The temperature grades are A (the highest), B, and C, The temperature grade for this tire is established for representing the tire’s resistance to the generation of heat a tire that is properly inflated and not overloaded. and its ability to dissipate heat, when tested under Excessive speed, under-inflation, or excessive load- controlled conditions on a specified indoor laboratory...

  • Page 21: Table Of Contents

    GRAPHICAL TABLE OF CONTENTS CONTENTS FRONT VIEW ......20 INSTRUMENT PANEL ....24 ▫...

  • Page 22: Front View

    20 GRAPHICAL TABLE OF CONTENTS FRONT VIEW Front View 1 — Headlights 4 — Doors 2 — Engine Compartment 5 — Exterior Mirrors 3 — Windshield 6 — Wheels...

  • Page 23: Front View (trailhawk)

    GRAPHICAL TABLE OF CONTENTS 21 Front View (Trailhawk) Front View (Trailhawk) 1 — Headlights 4 — Doors 2 — Engine Compartment 5 — Exterior Mirrors 3 — Windshield 6 — Wheels...

  • Page 24: Rear View

    22 GRAPHICAL TABLE OF CONTENTS REAR VIEW Rear View 1 — Rear Lights 2 — Rear Windshield Wiper 3 — Liftgate...

  • Page 25: Rear View (trailhawk)

    GRAPHICAL TABLE OF CONTENTS 23 Rear View (Trailhawk) Rear View (Trailhawk) 1 — Rear Lights 2 — Rear Windshield Wiper 3 — Liftgate...

  • Page 26: Instrument Panel

    24 GRAPHICAL TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUMENT PANEL Instrument Panel 1 — Headlight Switch 6 — Air Vents 2 — Air Vents 7 — Hand Grip 3 — Instrument Cluster 8 — Glove Compartment 4 — Multifunction Lever 9 — Steering Wheel 5 —...

  • Page 27

    GRAPHICAL TABLE OF CONTENTS 25 INTERIOR Interior Features 1 — Seats 5 — Climate Controls 2 — Power Window Switches 6 — Switch Panel 3 — Transmission Shift Lever (Automatic/Manual options) 7 — Uconnect® Radio 4 — Selec Terrain™ Mode Knob — If Equipped...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE CONTENTS ▫ To Exit Remote Start Mode And Drive The KEYS ....... .31 Vehicle .

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    28 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE ▫ Disabling ......52 ▫ Rear Head Restraints ....77 DOORS .

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 29 ▫ Blind Spot Monitoring Fault Warnings ..93 INTERIOR LIGHTS ..... .99 ▫...

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    30 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE ▫ Automatic Climate Controls — If Equipped . .119 INTERNAL EQUIPMENT ....160 ▫ Glove Compartment ....160 MYSKY SUN ROOF —...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 31 KEYS Vehicles With Keyless Enter-N-Go™ Your vehicle uses either a key start ignition system or keyless ignition system. The key start ignition system consists of a Key Fob with a Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) transmitter and an Ignition Node Module (IGNM).

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    32 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Key Fob With Remote Control And Integrated Vehicle Key The Key Fob With Remote Control contains the RKE transmitter with an integrated vehicle key. To use the vehicle key, simply push the vehicle key release button. Keyless Enter-N-Go™...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 33 General Information 2. Closeness to a radio transmitter such as a radio station tower, airport transmitter, and some mobile or CB This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules and radios. RSS-210 of Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the following conditions: To Unlock The Doors And Liftgate •...

  • Page 36

    34 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 1st Push Of Key Fob Unlocks If the vehicle is equipped with Passive Entry, refer to “Keyless Enter-N-Go™” in “Getting To Know Your Ve- This feature lets you program the system to unlock either hicle”...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 35 NOTE: Replacing The Battery In The Key Fob With Remote Control • The current setting can be changed within the Elec- The recommended replacement battery is one CR2032 tronic Vehicle Information Center (EVIC) menu or in battery.

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    36 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 2. Remove the battery by turning the back cover over (battery facing downward) and tapping it lightly on a solid surface such as a table or similar surface. Then, replace the battery. When replacing the battery, match the + sign on the battery to the + sign on the inside of the battery clip, located on the back cover.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 37 Separating Keyless Enter-N-Go™ Transmitter Case 1. Remove the emergency key by sliding the mechanical latch on the back of the RKE transmitter sideways with your thumb. Then, pull the key out with your other hand. 2.

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    38 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 3. Remove the battery by turning the back cover over (battery facing downward) and tapping it lightly on a solid surface such as a table or similar surface. Then, replace the battery. When replacing the battery, match the + sign on the battery to the + sign on the inside of the battery clip, located on the back cover.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 39 Programming Additional Transmitters Programming Key Fobs or RKE transmitters may be performed at an authorized dealer. Request For Additional Key Fobs NOTE: Only Key Fobs that are programmed to the vehicle electronics can be used to start and operate the vehicle.

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    40 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE At the time of purchase, the original owner is provided keyless ignition system consists of a Key Fob with with a four-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN). Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) transmitter and a Keyless Keep the PIN in a secure location.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 41 • Some electrical devices (e.g. power locks, alarm, etc.) are still available. 2 — MAR/RUN • Driving position. • Electrical devices are available. 3 — AVV/START • Start the engine. The ignition switch is provided with a safety mechanism. If the engine fails to start, the IGNM will return to the Ignition Node Module (IGNM) STOP/OFF position prior to repeating the starting pro-...

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    42 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Models With Keyless Enter-N-Go™ This feature allows the driver to operate the ignition switch with the push of a button as long as the Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) transmitter is in the passenger compartment. The Keyless Ignition Node (KIN System) has three oper- ating positions.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 43 The KIN can be placed in the following positions: WARNING! STOP • When leaving the vehicle, always remove the Key • The engine is stopped. Fob from the vehicle and lock your vehicle. • Never leave children alone in a vehicle, or with •...

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    44 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE REMOTE STARTING SYSTEM — IF EQUIPPED WARNING! (Continued) • Do not leave children or animals inside parked This system uses the Remote Keyless Entry vehicles in hot weather. Interior heat build-up may (RKE) transmitter to start the engine conve- cause serious injury or death.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 45 Remote Start Cancel Message — If Equipped How To Use Remote Start The following messages will display in the instrument All of the following conditions must be met before the cluster if the vehicle fails to remote start or exits remote engine will remote start: start prematurely: •...

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    46 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE • Ignition in OFF position for Keyless Enter-N-Go™ To Enter Remote Start Mode vehicle • Fuel level meets minimum requirement Push and release the REMOTE START button on the RKE transmitter twice within five sec- onds.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 47 To Exit Remote Start Mode Without Driving The NOTE: For vehicles equipped with the Keyless Enter-N- Vehicle Go™ feature, the message “Remote Start Active — Push Start Button” will display in the Electronic Vehicle Infor- Push and release the REMOTE START button one time or mation Center (EVIC) or the Driver Information Dispay allow the engine to run for the entire 15-minute cycle.

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    48 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Remote Start Windshield Wiper De–Icer operation. Therefore, only Key Fobs that are pro- Activation — If Equipped grammed to the vehicle can be used to start and operate the vehicle. The system will not allow the engine to crank When Remote Start is active and the outside ambient if an invalid Key Fob tries to start the engine.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 49 VEHICLE SECURITY ALARM CAUTION! (Continued) The Vehicle Security Alarm monitors the vehicle doors • The Sentry Key Immobilizer system is not compat- for unauthorized entry and if the ignition switch is cycled ible with some aftermarket remote starting sys- to the ON/RUN position without a valid key.

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    50 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE To Arm The System Follow these steps to arm the Vehicle Security Alarm: 1. Make sure the vehicles ignition is cycled to the STOP/ OFF position (refer to Starting The Engine in Start- ing And Operating for further information). •...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 51 • Push the LOCK button on the exterior Passive Entry • If a second chime is heard after approximately four Door Handle with a valid Key Fob available in the same seconds from arming the alarm, even with the doors exterior zone (for further information, refer to Keyless and liftgate properly closed, a fault may have oc- Enter-N-Go™...

  • Page 54

    52 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE • Cycle the vehicle ignition system out of the STOP/OFF system will give you a false alarm. If one of the previ- position. ously described arming sequences has occurred, the Vehicle Security Alarm will arm regardless of whether –...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 53 DOORS Manual Door Locks To lock each door, rotate the door lock button on each door trim panel forward. To unlock the doors, pull the inside door handle to the first detent or rotate the door lock button until the lock symbol is no longer visible.

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    54 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE WARNING! WARNING! (Continued) leave the ignition of a vehicle equipped with • For personal security and safety in the event of a Keyless Enter-N-Go in the RUN mode. A child collision, lock the vehicle doors before you drive as could operate power windows, other controls, or well as when you park and leave the vehicle.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 55 If you push the power door lock switch while the ignition is in the MAR/RUN position, and any front door is open, the power locks will not operate. This prevents you from accidentally locking the key in the vehicle. Placing the ignition in the STOP/OFF position or closing the door will allow the locks to operate.

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    56 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: • Passive Entry can be enabled or disabled. Refer to “Uconnect® SETTINGS” in “Multimedia” for further information. • If wearing gloves on your hands, or if it has been raining on the Passive Entry door handle, the unlock sensitivity can be affected, resulting in a slower re- sponse time.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 57 To Unlock From The Passenger Side Do NOT grab the door handle when pushing the door handle LOCK button. This could unlock the door(s). With a valid Passive Entry RKE transmitter within 5 ft (1.5 m) of the passenger door handle, grab the front passenger door handle to unlock all four doors and the liftgate automatically.

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    58 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Preventing Inadvertent Locking Of Passive Entry RKE Transmitter In Vehicle (FOBIK-Safe) To minimize the possibility of unintentionally locking a Passive Entry RKE transmitter inside your vehicle, the Passive Entry system is equipped with an automatic door unlock feature which will function if the ignition switch is in the OFF position.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 59 When any of these situations occur, after all ajar doors are To Unlock/Enter The Liftgate shut, the FOBIK-Safe search will be executed. If it finds a The liftgate Passive Entry unlock feature is built into the Passive Entry RKE transmitter inside the car, and it does electronic liftgate release.

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    60 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: If “Unlock All Doors 1st Press” is programmed in EVIC/DID, if equipped, all doors will unlock when you push the Electronic Release. If Unlock Driver Door 1st Press is programmed in Uconnect®, the liftgate will unlock when you push the electronic lock/unlock button on the liftgate.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 61 Emergency Unlocking Driver Door If the Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) transmitter battery is low or dead, the emergency key can be used to unlock the driver side door lock cylinder. To release the emergency key, proceed as follows: 1.

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    62 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE General Information WARNING! Key Fob (Keyless Enter-N-Go) • Never leave children alone in a vehicle, or with This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. access to an unlocked vehicle. Allowing children to Operation is subject to the following two conditions: be in a vehicle unattended is dangerous for a number of reasons.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 63 • This device must accept any interference received, Ignition device (Keyless Enter-N-Go) including interference that may cause undesired op- This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. eration. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: The device is covered by: •...

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    64 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE is engaged, that door can only be opened by using the NOTE: outside door handle even if the inside door lock is in the • When the child lock system is engaged, the door can unlocked position.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 65 WARNING! WARNING! • It is dangerous to ride in a cargo area, inside or Avoid trapping anyone in a vehicle in a collision. Remember that the rear doors can only be opened outside of a vehicle. In a collision, people riding in from the outside when the Child-Protection locks are these areas are more likely to be seriously injured engaged.

  • Page 68

    66 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Manual Front Seats Manual Front Seat Forward/Rearward Adjustment On models equipped with manual seats, the adjusting bar is located at the front of the seats, near the floor. While sitting in the seat, lift up on the bar and move the seat forward or rearward.

  • Page 69

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 67 Recline Adjustment WARNING! (Continued) To adjust the seatback, lift the lever located on the • Do not ride with the seatback reclined so that the outboard side of the seat, lean back to the desired shoulder belt is no longer resting against your position and release the lever.

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    68 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Forward Or Rearward Adjustment The seat can be adjusted both forward and rearward. Push the seat switch forward or rearward, the seat will move in the direction of the switch. Release the switch when the desired position has been reached. Height Adjustment The height of the seats can be adjusted up or down.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 69 • Push the heated seat button Tilt Adjustment a second time to turn the LO setting ON. The angle of the seat cushion can be adjusted up or • Push the heated seat button down.

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    70 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE This feature can be programmed through the Uconnect® Rear Seats system. Refer to “Uconnect® Settings” in “Multimedia” The split rear seat increases the storage of the rear cargo for further information. area. NOTE: WARNING! •...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 71 WARNING! • It is extremely dangerous to ride in a cargo area, inside or outside of a vehicle. In a collision, people riding in these areas are more likely to be seriously injured or killed. •...

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    72 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 4. The rear shelf can be stored in the cargo area, or behind the front seatbacks. Rear Shelf Pin Adjusting The Rear Shelf...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 73 Partial Enlargement Of Cargo Area Enlargement of the left side of the cargo area allows you to carry a single passenger on the right side of the rear seat, while the enlargement of the right side allows you to carry two passengers.

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    74 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Cargo Area Enlargement 2. Lift the seatbacks, pushing them back until they lock on both the latches. Verify the red notches are no Folding both sides of the rear seat provides additional longer visible on the release lever. If the red notches storage in the rear cargo area.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 75 Unfolding The Rear Armrest 40/20/40 The center part of the rear seat can also be used as rear armrest with cupholders. Tilt the head restraint forward and pull the rear armrest tab to release it from the seat and pull forward. Rear Seat Center Armrest —...

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    76 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE WARNING! WARNING! Be certain that the seatback is securely locked into The head restraints for all occupants must be prop- position. If the seatback is not securely locked into erly adjusted prior to operating the vehicle or occu- position the seat will not provide the proper stability pying a seat.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 77 WARNING! The head restraints for all occupants must be prop- erly adjusted prior to operating the vehicle or occu- pying a seat. Head restraints should never be ad- justed while the vehicle is in motion. Driving a vehicle with the head restraints improperly adjusted or removed could cause serious injury or death in the event of a collision.

  • Page 80

    78 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE To raise the head restraint, pull upward on the head NOTE: The head restraints should only be removed by restraint. qualified technicians, for service purposes only. If either of the head restraints require removal, see your autho- To lower the head restraint, push the adjustment button, rized dealer.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 79 To lock the steering column in position, pull the tilt/ telescoping lever upward until fully engaged. WARNING! Do not adjust the steering column while driving. Adjusting the steering column while driving or driv- ing with the steering column unlocked, could cause the driver to lose control of the vehicle.

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    80 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE early or may not turn on when the steering wheel is MIRRORS already warm. The heated steering wheel control Inside Day/Night Mirror button is located on the center of the instrument panel The mirror can be adjusted up, down, left, and right. The below the radio screen.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 81 off by pushing the button at the base of the mirror. A light to the left of the button will illuminate to indicate when the dimming feature is activated. The sensor to the right of the button does not illuminate.

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    82 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Outside Mirrors Power Adjustment Mirrors — If Equipped The power mirror switch is located on the drivers door panel. To adjust the mirror, push the mirror adjustment switch in the four directions indicated by arrows. NOTE: •...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 83 Manual Adjustment Mirrors — If Equipped Folding Mirror To adjust the exterior mirrors, push the corners of the The exterior mirrors are hinged to allow the mirror to mirrors till desired alignment is obtained. pivot forward or rearward to help avoid damage.

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    84 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Heated Mirrors — If Equipped These mirrors are heated to melt frost or ice. This feature can be activated whenever you turn on the Rear Window Defroster. BLIND SPOT MONITORING (BSM) — IF EQUIPPED The Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) system uses two radar- based sensors, located inside the rear bumper fascia, to detect highway licensable vehicles (automobiles, trucks,...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 85 The BSM detection zone covers approximately one lane The area on the rear fascia where the radar sensors are width on both sides of the vehicle, 10 ft (3 m). The zone located must remain free of snow, ice, and dirt/road length starts at the outside mirror and extends approxi- contamination so that the BSM system can function mately 20 ft (6 m) beyond the rear bumper of the vehicle.

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    86 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE The BSM system notifies the driver of objects in the detection zones by illuminating the BSM warning light located in the outside mirrors in addition to sounding an audible (chime) alert and reducing the radio volume. Refer to “Modes Of Operation”...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 87 Entering From The Side Entering From The Rear Vehicles that move into your adjacent lanes from either Vehicles that come up from behind your vehicle on either side of the vehicle. side and enter the rear detection zone with a relative speed of less than 31 mph (50 km/h).

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    88 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Overtaking Traffic If you pass another vehicle slowly with a relative speed less than 15 mph (25 km/h) and the vehicle remains in the blind spot for approximately 1.5 seconds, the warning light will be illuminated. If the difference in speed between the two vehicles is greater than 15 mph (25 km/h), the warning light will not illuminate.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 89 Overtaking/Passing Stationary Objects The BSM system is designed not to issue an alert on stationary objects such as guardrails, posts, walls, foliage, berms, etc. However, occasionally the system may alert on such objects. This is normal operation and your vehicle does not require service.

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    90 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE The BSM system will not alert you of objects that are WARNING! traveling in the opposite direction of the vehicle in adjacent lanes. The Blind Spot Monitoring system is only an aid to help detect objects in the blind spot zones. The BSM system is not designed to detect pedestrians, bicy- clists, or animals.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 91 NOTE: In a parking lot situation, oncoming vehicles can be obscured by vehicles parked on either side. If the sensors are blocked by other structures or vehicles, the system will not be able to alert the driver. When RCP is on and the vehicle is in REVERSE, the driver is alerted using both the visual and audible alarms, including reducing the radio volume.

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    92 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Mode Of Operation alert present on that side of the vehicle, an audible chime will also be sounded. Whenever a turn signal and de- Three selectable modes of operation are available in the tected object are present on the same side at the same Uconnect®...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 93 NOTE: The BSM system will store the current operating System Not Available mode when the vehicle is shut off. Each time the vehicle In the case of the system being temporary unavailable: is started the previously stored mode will be recalled and •...

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    94 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE General Information EXTERIOR LIGHTS This vehicle has systems that operate on radio frequency Headlights that comply with Part 15 of the Federal Communications The headlight switch is located on the left side of the Commission (FCC) rules and with Industry Canada instrument panel.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 95 Automatic Lighting — If Equipped Light Sensor The light sensor is equipped with an infrared LED, located on the windshield. It detects changes in light intensity outside the vehicle, based on the sensitivity of light set by using the Menu on the display or on the Uconnect®...

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    96 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE The timing of the headlights is adjustable between 0, 30, Front Fog Lights — If Equipped 60 and 90 seconds. Refer to “Uconnect® Settings” in The front fog light switch is built into the headlight “Multimedia”...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 97 Parking Lights Headlight Delay Disable Rotate the headlight switch to the first position to turn on The feature is disabled by turning on the headlights, the the parking lights. The parking light indicator in the parking lights or by placing the ignition in the MAR/ cluster will illuminate.

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    98 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE High Beams NOTE: The headlights must be on for the high beams to activate. To turn on the high beam headlights, push the turn signal lever forward (toward the front of the vehicle) and an Turn Signals indicator will illuminate in the cluster.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 99 INTERIOR LIGHTS Front Lights The courtesy light switches is used to turn the courtesy lights On/Off. Courtesy Light Switches 1— Left Switch 2— Right Switch To operate the courtesy lights, push either the drivers or Courtesy Lights passenger light switch.

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    100 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: • Before exiting the vehicle, make sure that the interior lights are turned off. This will prevent the battery from discharging once the doors are closed. • If a light is left on it will automatically be turned off after approximately 15 minutes after the ignition is in the STOP/OFF position.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 101 Vehicles With Retractable Roof For vehicles equipped with a retractable roof, there are two interior lights located above the grab handles of the rear doors. Interior Light Locations The lights come on by opening any of the doors. Rear Interior Light...

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    102 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Dome Light Timing The dome light will turn off under any of the following conditions: The Dome Light will automatically illuminate when the • The dome light is disabled when the ignition is placed doors are unlocked, the doors are opened or after the doors are closed.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 103 • The opening of one of the doors (approximately three minutes). • After closing a door (approximately 10 seconds). The dome light timing is disabled when the doors are locked. Cargo Area Lights Two interior lights are located in the cargo area. These lights automatically turn on/off when the liftgate is opened and closed, regardless of the position of the ignition.

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    104 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Illuminated Vanity Mirrors — If Equipped An illuminated vanity mirror is located on each sun visor. To use the mirror, rotate the sun visor down and swing the mirror cover upward. The lights will turn on auto- matically.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 105 Interior Lights Dimmer Switch Rotate the ambient dimmer control upward or down- ward to increase or decrease the brightness of the ambi- ent light located in the overhead console, door handle lights, lower instrument panel lights, door map pocket lights, and cubby bin lights.

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    106 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE WIPERS AND WASHERS CAUTION! The windshield wiper/washer controls are located on the Always remove any buildup of snow that prevents lever on the right side of the steering column. The front the windshield wiper blades from returning to the wipers are operated by rotating a switch, located on the “park”...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 107 for several wipe cycles after the lever is released, and Mist then resume the intermittent interval previously selected. Use this feature when weather conditions make occa- If the lever is pulled while the wipers are in the off sional usage of the wipers necessary.

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    108 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Rear Wiper Operation NOTE: As a protective measure, the pump will stop if the switch is held for more than 30 seconds. Once the The rear wiper/washer controls are located on the lever lever is released, the pump will resume normal opera- on the right side of the steering column.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 109 Windshield Wiper De-Icer — If Equipped CAUTION! Your vehicle may be equipped with a Windshield Wiper Failure to follow these cautions can cause damage to De-Icer feature that may be activated under the following the heating elements: conditions: •...

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    110 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE WINDOWS Power Windows The power window switch is located on the driver’s door panel. The driver’s power window switch controls the operation of all the windows. Power Window Switches 1 — Opening/Closing Left/Right Front Window 2 —...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 111 The window controls will operate only when the ignition WARNING! (Continued) is in the MAR/RUN or AVV/START position. windows while operating the power window NOTE: For vehicles equipped with Uconnect®, the switches. Such entrapment may result in serious power window switches will remain active for up to injury or death.

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    112 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE • Any impact due to rough road conditions may trigger AUTO-Up Feature With Anti-Pinch Protection — If Equipped the auto-reverse function unexpectedly during auto- closure. If this happens, pull the switch lightly and Lift and hold the window switch for half a second, hold to close the window manually.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 113 Wind Buffeting CLIMATE CONTROLS Wind buffeting can be described as the perception of Air Outlet And Diffuser Locations — Passenger pressure on the ears or a helicopter-type sound in the Compartment ears. Your vehicle may exhibit wind buffeting with the windows down, or the sunroof in certain open or par- tially open positions.

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    114 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Center Air Outlets Right Side Air Outlets 1 — Fixed Air Outlet 3 — Air Vane Adjustment 1 — Fixed Air Outlet 3 — Air Vane Adjustment 2 — Air Flow Outlet Adjustment 4 — Adjustable Air Outlet 2 —...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 115 Manual Climate Controls — If Equipped 1. Blower Control Rotate this control to regulate the amount of air forced through the ventilation system in any mode. The blower speed increases as you move the control clockwise from the “0”...

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    116 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE • Mix 3. Mode Control Air is directed through the floor, defrost, and Rotate this control to change the system between Modes side window demister outlets. This setting (Panel, Bi-Level, Floor, Mix, Defrost). works best in cold or snowy conditions that •...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 117 4. Rear Defrost Button NOTE: • Continuous use of the Recirculation mode may make Push and release the Rear Defrost Control button to turn the inside air stuffy and window fogging may occur. ON the rear window defroster and the heated outside Extended use of this mode is not recommended.

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    118 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Rear Window Defrosting Air Recirculation Push and release the rear window defrost button to turn Push and release the Air Recirculation button so that the the function on/off. LED is on, to enter recirculation mode. It is recommended to turn the internal air recirculation on while standing in Activation of this function is indicated by the rear defrost traffic or in tunnels to prevent the introduction of pol-...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 119 System Maintenance Automatic Climate Controls — If Equipped In Winter, the Climate Control system must be turned on at least once a month for approximately 10 minutes. Have the system inspected at an authorized dealership before the summer.

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    120 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 2. A/C Button OFF). If the MAX Defrost mode is turned OFF, the climate system will return to the previous setting. Push the A/C Control Button to change the current 4. Blower Control Indicator LEDs setting.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 121 7. Passenger Temperature Control 9. SYNC Button Provides the passenger with independent temperature Push the Sync button to toggle the Sync feature ON/OFF. control. Rotate the adjustment knob to set desired tem- The Sync indicator will illuminate when this feature is perature shown in the Temperature Display.

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    122 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 11. Blower Control NOTE: • When in Max Defrost mode, the Recirculation button Blower control is used to regulate the amount of air will change the setting to normal Defrost mode. This forced through the climate system. Adjusting the blower indicates that you can not enter to this mode due to will cause the automatic mode to change to manual fogging risk.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 123 display, respectively. To deactivate these functions, turn The automatically controlled functions are: the temperature knob to the desired temperature. • Air temperature at the driver/front passenger side Description vents. • Blower speed (continuous variation of the air flow). The Automatic Dual Zone Climate Control system regu- lates the air temperatures in the passenger compartment •...

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    124 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE • Heated rear window The amount of air introduced into the passenger com- partment is not affected by car speed; it is regulated by • System deactivation the fan, which is controlled electronically. NOTE: The Climate Control system detects the passenger The air temperature is always automatically controlled compartment temperature using a temperature sensor, according to the temperature set on the display (except...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 125 During automatic operation, you can change the set The set temperatures are shown on the displays. temperatures, air distribution and blower speed at any Push the SYNC button to align the air temperature time by using the relevant buttons or knobs: the system between the two zones.

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    126 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE • Floor and Defrost Modes – Air flow distributed be- Air Distribution Selection tween footwell diffusers and windshield and front side By pushing the Mode Control buttons (Defrost/Panel/ window defrosting diffusers. This distribution setting Floor buttons), it is possible to set one of the seven allows the passenger compartment to be warmed possible air distributions manually by activating one or...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 127 When set manually, the air distribution is indicated by The blower can only be turned off if the A/C compressor the LEDs on the selected buttons turning on. has been turned off by pushing the A/C Control button. In combined function mode, functions are enabled to- NOTE: To restore automatic control of the fan speed after gether with those already set when the relevant button is...

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    128 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE If the AUTO button is pushed when the AUTO LED is on, Turn the Passenger Temperature Control knob to set the the system changes to manual mode; it displays the passenger side temperature and return to separate air current flow and distribution status, which will no longer temperature management.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 129 In automatic operation, recirculation is managed auto- Climate Control System Compressor matically by the system according to outside environ- Push the A/C Control button to activate/deactivate the mental conditions. compressor (activation is indicated by the LED on the button turning on).

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    130 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE MAX A/C The Climate Control system carries out the following operations: MAX A/C sets the system for maximum cooling perfor- • Turns on the air conditioning compressor when envi- mance. ronmental conditions are suitable. Rotate the driver temperature control adjust knob •...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 131 When the Recirculation Control or AUTO buttons are If equipped, push the rear defrost button to activate the pushed, the Climate Control system will deactivate the defrosting of door mirrors and heated rear window. Front Defrost (MAX-DEF) function.

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    132 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: The Climate Control unit stores the temperatures System Maintenance set before the system was turned off and restores them In Winter, the Climate Control system must be turned on when one of the following knobs/buttons is pushed: at least once a month for approximately 10 minutes.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 133 My Sky Retractable Roof (Closed) My Sky Retractable Roof (Open) On some vehicles the front panel can be power operated refer to “Power My Sky” in this section.

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    134 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE CAUTION! The panels are able to withstand the snow. However, it is recommended that you remove excessive layers of snow that have accumulated or damage to the panels may occur. Power My Sky — If Equipped Open/Close The Front Panel The power My Sky switches are located on the overhead console.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 135 From the fully open position, pull the Open/Close switch: the front panel will close completely. Venting The Front Panel To vent the front panel push and release the vent switch. During the vent operation any push on the Open/Close switch will stop the closing of the panel.

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    136 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: With both panels removed the retractable roof 2. From inside of the passenger compartment, insert the cannot be opened or closed. supplied key into the latch key hole. Removing And Installing Panels NOTE: •...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 137 Latch Key Hole Rotating Supplied Key 3. Rotate and keep the key turned to the symbol to release the lock and pull the panel handle down and away from the stowed position, unlocking the panel.

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    138 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 4. Remove the key from the Latch Key Hole. Unlocking Panel Handle Removing Key...

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    6. Place the panel(s) inside of the provided bag for Push Panel Up storage in the cargo area. NOTE: An air deflector is available on the Jeep accessory line. This deflector has to be used if the front panel is removed, to avoid the “tunnel effect” inside the vehicle.

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    140 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Installing Panel 3. Align the colored guide tabs to ensure the panel(s) close properly. Front panel is labeled with yellow 1. From outside the vehicle, place the panel(s) on the guide tabs. Rear panel is labeled with blue guide tabs. slides.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 141 4. From inside the vehicle, pull the handle down and 5. Make sure that the panel has been properly refitted. toward the stowed position, locking it into place. From inside the passenger compartment, push up- ward on the panel from the bottom, in order to verify that it is properly latched to the clamping locks.

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    142 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Bag For Housing Panels — If Equipped After the panels have been removed, store the roof panels inside of the bag located inside the storage compartment. NOTE: It is recommended to do this procedure outside of the car.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 143 For proper housing, proceed as follows: 2. Place the first panel into the bag, fold the panel dividers and place the second panel into the bag. 1. Open the Roof Panel Bag and lift the panel dividers toward the outside.

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    144 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 4. Open the clips provided in the bag. Anchor them firmly at the tie-down hooks located in the cargo area. Second Panel In Storage Bag 3. Close the bag and place it on the inside the cargo area. Tie-Down Hook Locations...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 145 Emergency Open/Close If the Power My Sky switch fails, the retractable roof can be operated manually as follows: 1. Remove the protective cap located on the inner lining. 2. Remove the Allen Key that is supplied in the tool bag in the cargo area.

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    146 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE CAUTION! • When refitting panels, be careful to avoid fingers, scarves, ties and items of clothing from getting caught under the panels themselves. • Do not open the roof in the presence of snow or ice. There is risk of damage.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 147 Hood Release Lever Safety Latch Move to the outside of the vehicle and push the safety 1 — Safety Latch Location latch release lever toward the passenger side of the vehicle. The hood release lever is located behind the center front edge of the hood.

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    148 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Remove the support rod from the locking tab and insert it into the seat located on the underside of the hood. Support Rod And Seat 1 — Support Rod Locking Tab 2 — Support Rod Seat...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 149 Closing WARNING! Hold up the hood with one hand and with the other hand Be sure the hood is fully latched before driving your remove the support rod from its seat and reinsert it into vehicle.

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    150 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE To open the liftgate, squeeze the electronic liftgate release The Liftgate Passive Entry unlock feature is built into the Electronic Liftgate release. With a valid Passive Entry RKE and pull the liftgate open with one fluid motion. transmitter within 3 ft (1.0 m) of the Liftgate, push the Electronic Liftgate release to open with one fluid motion.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 151 Emergency Opening Proceed as follows: 1. Remove the rear shelf (if equipped). 2. Fold the rear seats forward. 3. Using the supplied screwdriver (located under cargo floor in tool kit), remove the yellow tab. Emergency Opening Tab Location A —...

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    152 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 4. Insert the screwdriver into the release tab slot to Closing trigger the release tab of the Liftgate. Grasp the Liftgate closing handle and lower the Liftgate. Emergency Release Tab Slot Location A — Liftgate Closing Handle B —...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 153 NOTE: Before closing the Liftgate, make sure to be in Position 2 (Elevated Position): possession of the key because the Liftgate will be locked When the rear seatbacks and front passenger seat is automatically. folded flat, it will allow for loading objects of long dimensions.

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    154 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE The load floor provides securing of any cargo inside this position, so that the cargo will slide in the case of sudden braking. Table Tilt Load Supports 1 — Loading Floor Support One 2 — Loading Floor Support Two Load Floor...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 155 Access To The Loading Floor 2. Place the desired objects inside the compartment. To access the double load compartment, proceed as follows: 3. Reposition the load floor. 1. Lift up on the Load Floor Handle. Cargo Area Storage Load Floor Handle 1 —...

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    156 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Anchoring Of The Load CAUTION! The cargo tie-downs, located on the cargo area floor, The load floor must be arranged in a central position should be used to safely secure loads when the vehicle is with respect to cargo area.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 157 The side panels maybe equipped with three hooks (one on the left side and two on the right side) for securing loads that are not excessively heavy. Load Hooks Rear Power Outlet The rear cargo power outlet is located on the left side of Load Hook the cargo area.

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    158 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE The outlet only works when the ignition is in the NOTE: The rear cargo power outlet can be changed to MAR/RUN position. “battery” powered all the time by switching the power outlet Integrated Power Module 20A fuse from fuse location F18 to F30.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 159 Rechargeable Flashlight — If Equipped WARNING! Some vehicle may be equipped with a rechargeable To avoid serious injury or death: flashlight located in the cargo area. • Only devices designed for use in this type of outlet should be inserted into any 12 Volt outlet.

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    160 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Cargo Box — If Equipped NOTE: The cargo box is sized for a maximum capacity of distributed weight equal to 242 lbs (110 kg). The cargo area contains a preformed cargo box that can be used for the storage of objects that allows you to INTERNAL EQUIPMENT obtain a uniform level when loading.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 161 NOTE: • Do not insert objects in the glove compartment that will not allow the compartment to fully close. • The glove compartment should be completely closed while the vehicle is in motion. Sun Visors Sun visors are located on both sides of the rearview mirror.

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    162 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Extendible Sun Visor To extend the sun visor, proceed as follows: 1. Place the sun visor against the door glass by detaching it from the hook and turning it toward the side window. 2. Slide the visor. Sun Visor Mirror 1 —...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 163 Sliding Sun Visor Using The Extender Power Outlets 1 — Sun Visor The front power outlet is located under the center stack of 3. Slide out the sun visor extender. the instrument panel. It only operates with the ignition in the MAR/RUN position.

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    164 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE CAUTION! Do not connect devices with power higher than 180 Watts (15 Amps) to the socket. Do not damage the socket by using unsuitable adaptors. If the 180 Watt (15 Amp) power rating is exceeded the fuse protect- ing the system will need to be replaced.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 165 Power Inverter — If Equipped CAUTION! There is a 115 Volt, 150 Watt Power Inverter outlet located • Many accessories that can be plugged in draw on the back of the center console to convert DC current to power from the vehicle’s battery, even when not in AC current.

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    166 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Inverter it will automatically reset. To avoid overloading the circuit, check the power ratings on electrical devices prior to using the Power Inverter. WARNING! To avoid serious injury or death: • Do not insert any objects into the receptacles. •...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 167 The cigar lighter is located on the center console. Push WARNING! lighter inward to heat. When the cigar lighter is in use it becomes very hot. To avoid serious injury, handle the cigar lighter with care.

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    168 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Ashtray — Optional NOTE: Ashtrays can be purchased at an authorized dealer through MOPAR® parts. The ashtray is a plastic container that can be placed into one of the cup holders. Ashtray Location...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 169 Front Armrest The front armrest is located between the front seats. The armrest can be adjusted by moving it in the direction indicated by the arrows. Storage Compartment Front Armrest Handle...

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    170 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Push the storage handle and lift up the armrest to access Cupholders the storage compartment. There are two cupholders for the front seat passengers, located in the center console. WARNING! Do not operate this vehicle with a console compart- ment lid in the open position.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 171 There are two cupholders located in the rear armrest if Handle Grip equipped. The handle grip is located on the passenger side of the instrument panel. The handle can be used to enter or exit the vehicle or when traveling on rough terrain.

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    172 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE ROOF LUGGAGE RACK — IF EQUIPPED The load carried on the roof, when equipped with a luggage rack, must not exceed 150 lbs (68 kg), and it Your vehicle may be equipped with a Roof Luggage Rack should be uniformly distributed over the cargo area.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 173 CAUTION! (Continued) WARNING! • Travel at reduced speeds and turn corners carefully Roof rack cargo must be securely tied down before when carrying large or heavy loads on the roof driving your vehicle. Improperly secured loads may rack.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER CONTENTS ▫ Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge..182 INSTRUMENT CLUSTER ....177 ▫ Instrument Cluster With Multi-Functional WARNING LIGHTS AND MESSAGES .

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    176 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER ▫ Mapping And Reconfigurable Zone Display ▫ EVIC/DID Main Menu ....209 (EVIC) — If Equipped ....203 TRIP COMPUTER .

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 177 INSTRUMENT CLUSTER Instrument Cluster With Multi-Functional Display (EVIC) Electronic Vehicle Information Center (EVIC) Cluster A — Tachometer D — Digital Indicator Fuel Level Indicator With The Reserve (the B — Digital Indicator Engine Coolant Temperature Warning Light triangle symbol pointing toward the right indicates where the With Maximum Temperature fuel filler door is located)

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    178 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER Instrument Cluster With Reconfigurable Multi-Functional Display (DID) Driver Information Display (DID) Cluster A — Tachometer D — Digital Indicator Fuel Level (the triangle symbol pointing B — Digital Indicator Engine Coolant Temperature toward the right indicates where the fuel filler door is located) C —...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 179 Speedometer (EVIC) Indicates the speed of the vehicle in MPH or km/h. Adjusting Instrument Panel Illumination (Light Sensor) Inside the speedometer, a light sensor detects ambient light conditions and adjusts the brightness of the instru- ment cluster.

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    180 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER The instrument works as follows: • In day mode the display is adjustable on 8 levels, the graphics for the instrument cluster and all indexes are fully illuminated and are not adjustable; • In night mode the display, the graphics, and the indexes are adjustable on 8 levels.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 181 The instrument works as follows: as it was before the repair or service. If s/he cannot do so, then the odometer must be set at zero, and a sticker must • In day mode the display is adjustable on 8 levels, the be placed in the door jamb stating what the mileage was graphics for the instrument cluster and all indexes are before the repair or service.

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    182 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge In the case of excessive rises in the temperature of the engine coolant, the engine may shut down. See an The temperature gauge shows engine coolant tempera- authorized dealer. ture.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 183 The main display area will normally display the main WARNING! (Continued) menu or the screens of a selected feature of the main coolant. You may want to call an authorized dealer menu. The main display area also displays pop up for service if your vehicle overheats.

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    184 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER • Unstored Messages Telltales On The EVIC/DID Instrument Cluster This message type is displayed indefinitely or until the Low Brake Fluid condition that activated the message is cleared. Examples • What Does It Mean of this message type are Turn Signal On (if a turn signal The light comes on when the brake fluid is left on) and Lights On (if driver leaves the vehicle).

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 185 Electric Park Brake (EPB) Engaged Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD) Failure • What Does It Mean • What Does It Mean The light comes on with Electric Park Brake The simultaneous firing of BRAKE lights (EPB) engaged.

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    186 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER Air Bag NOTE: • What Does It Mean • If the Air Bag Warning Light does not illuminate By placing the ignition switch in MAR/ when placing the ignition in MAR/RUN, or stays RUN, the indicator light illuminates but on during MAR/RUN (together with the message should go out after a few seconds.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 187 • What To Do Seat Belt Reminder • What Does It Mean In the case of normal gear: stop the car, shut off the engine, and check that the level of coolant inside the The light comes on as a steady light with the tank is not below the minimum (MIN).

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    188 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER Electric Park Brake Failure Anti-Lock Brake (ABS) System Failure • What Does It Mean • What Does It Mean By placing the ignition in the MAR/RUN By placing the ignition in the MAR/RUN position, the light (If Equipped) will illumi- position, the indicator light illuminates but nate but should go out after a few seconds.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 189 TPMS Failure proper pressure. Driving on a significantly under- • What Does It Mean inflated tire causes the tire to overheat and can lead to tire failure. Under-inflation also reduces fuel effi- Each tire, including the spare (if provided), ciency and tire tread life, and may affect the vehicle’s should be checked monthly when cold and handling and stopping ability.

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    190 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER indicator is illuminated, the system may not be able CAUTION! (Continued) to detect or signal low tire pressure as intended. equipped on your vehicle. Undesirable system opera- TPMS malfunctions may occur for a variety of rea- tion or sensor damage may result when using re- sons, including the installation of replacement or placement equipment that is not of the same size,...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 191 ESC System ESC System Disabled • What Does It Mean • What Does It Mean Intervention ESC System: The light will start By placing the ignition in the MAR/RUN to flash as soon as the tires lose traction and position, the indicator light illuminates, but the ESC system becomes active.

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    192 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER Engine Malfunction LaneSense System • What Does It Mean • What Does It Mean The light is an integral part of the diagnostic Electronic Vehicle Information Center system of the vehicle, called OBD II. This (EVIC) —...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 193 Park/Headlight ON Indicator Front Fog Lights • What Does It Mean • What Does It Mean The light comes on by activating the park- The light comes on by activating the fog lights. ing lights or headlights.

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    194 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER Headlights On Do not operate the vehicle until the cause is cor- • What Does It Mean rected. This light does not show how much oil is in the engine. The engine oil level must be checked The indicator light comes on by turning on the Blue under the hood.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 195 • What To Do Door Ajar If the light is either not on during starting, stays on, • What Does It Mean or turns on while driving, have the system inspected This light will illuminate to indicate that at an authorized dealer as soon as possible.

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    196 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER Liftgate Open Warning Light stop and place it into PARK. Cycle the ignition to the • What Does It Mean STOP/OFF position; the light should turn off. This light will illuminate when the liftgate If the light remains lit with the engine running, your is open.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 197 Oil Temperature Warning Light system, the Vehicle Security Light will illuminate. • What Does It Mean This condition will result in the engine being shut off after two seconds. This light indicates engine oil temperature •...

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    198 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER Engine Oil Pressure Sensor Failure Light Sensor Failure • What Does It Mean • What Does It Mean This light indicates engine oil pressure sen- The light illuminates in a the light sensor sor failure.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 199 6. Turn Signals Keyless Enter-N-Go™ System Failure • What Does It Mean 7. Rear Fog light The light illuminates in case of failure of 8. Reverse light the Keyless Enter-N-Go™. 9. Stop lights •...

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    200 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER LaneSense System Failure Loose Fuel Filler Cap/Flapper Message Indicator • What Does It Mean • What Does It Mean The light illuminates if there is dirt on the This light will illuminate when fuel filler cap windshield that could interfere with the is loose.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 201 Transmission Over Temperature Power Steering System Warning • What Does It Mean • What Does It Mean This light indicates that the automatic This light will illuminate to indicate a fail- transmission fluid temperature is running ure in the Electronic Power Steering System hot.

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    202 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER If any of these systems require service, the OBD II system ELECTRONIC VEHICLE INFORMATION CENTER will turn on the “Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL).” It (EVIC) / DRIVER INFORMATION DISPLAY (DID) will also store diagnostic codes and other information to EVIC/DID Description assist your service technician in making repairs.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 203 Mapping And Reconfigurable Zone Display (EVIC) — The display shows the following information, if If Equipped equipped: • Zone (1) – Date (Centered) – Compass (Centered) – Time (Centered) – External Temp. (Centered) •...

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    204 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER • Zone (4) • Zone (5) – Audio Info (Centered) – Trip and Fuel Label (Left) – Title (Centered) – Trip and Fuel Units (Left) – Title Number (Centered) – Trip and Fuel Value (Right) –...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 205 • Zone (1) – Includes 1A and 1B combined Mapping And Reconfigurable Zone Display (DID) — (If Equipped) – TRIP Info (Centered) – Title (Centered) – Audio Info (Centered) • Zone (1A) – Up and down arrow (Left) –...

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    206 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER • Zone (2) • Zone (7) – Double scale (Centered) – Red Telltales (Centered) • Zone (2 & 3) • Zone (8) – Ignition Button Info (Centered) – Amber Telltales (Centered) • Zone (4) •...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 207 • Zone (14) Oil Change Reset – Soft Telltale (Centered) Oil Change Due – Cruise Control ICON (Centered) Your vehicle is equipped with an engine oil change • Zone (15) indicator system. The “Oil Change Due” message will display in the DID for five seconds after a single chime –...

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    208 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 2. Fully depress the accelerator pedal, slowly, three times within 10 seconds. 3. Without pushing the brake pedal, push the ENGINE START/STOP button once to return the ignition to the OFF/LOCK position. NOTE: If the indicator message illuminates when you start the vehicle, the oil change indicator system did not reset.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 209 • UP Arrow Button • OK Button Push and release the UP arrow button to scroll The OK button may be used for the following: upward through main menu Select submenus. Reset (hold) •...

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    210 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER Menu Items Speedometer The Menu has the following options: Push and release the UP or DOWN arrow button until “Speedometer” is highlighted in the EVIC. Push the OK • Speedometer button to change the speedometer scale from MPH •...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 211 • Transmission Temperature • Intensity LaneSense Display the temperature of the automatic transmission (if Using this function, you can select the force applied to equipped). the steering wheel to keep the car in the roadway through the electrical drive system due to LaneSense.

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    212 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER Trip The information displayed is: • “Radio (AM or FM)” This menu item allows you to view information about the Trip Computer. View Radio Station Name (if equipped), frequency, and The information displayed, for Trip A and for Trip B, are: graphical icon •...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 213 The information that can be displayed is the connection Display Setup status of the mobile phone (phone connected or discon- This menu item allows you to change the position of the nected), the active telephone calls/incoming/on hold, information on the display.

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    214 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER • Full PNRD In the central area of the display, you can view all of the information listed above as well as the following: (Default): The right side of the display the letters PNRD, •...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 215 Restore Default Settings Vehicles Equipped With Multifunctional Display Reconfigurable: Menu items Display (you can select Selecting this item, and you can reset and restore the only the items See Phone and See Navigation, Secu- default settings.

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    216 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER • See Navigation: allows you to view, on the instrument Possible options are: cluster display, information relating to the navigation • Set Time: adjust hours/minutes mode. • Set Format: adjust the time format 12h (12 hours) or Units Of Measure 24h (24 hours) By selecting the item Units of measure, you can select...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 217 • Hill Start Assist: • ParkSense Vol.: a selection of the volume of acoustic signals provided by ParkSense Activation/Deactivation of the Hill Start Assist system. • Front Parks. Vol.: selection of the volume of the beeps Safety &...

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    218 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER • Buzzer Volume • Auto. High Beam: activate/deactivate the automatic main beam headlights (If Equipped) • Maintenance Brakes (If Equipped): activation of the • Daytime Lights: activate/deactivate the daytime run- procedure to carry out braking system maintenance ning lights •...

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 219 • Sound Horn With Lock: activate/deactivate the horn Compass when pressing the LOCK button on the RKE. The By selecting the item Compass, you can view and options are Off, First Press,” and Second Press. change the following settings: •...

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    220 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER Variance Compass Variance is the difference between Magnetic North and Geographic North. To compensate for the differences, the variance should be set for the zone where the vehicle is driven, per the zone map. Once properly set, the compass will automatically compensate for the differences and provide the most accurate compass head- ing.

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER 221 TRIP COMPUTER Quantities Displayed The Trip computer is used to display information on car Distance Travelled operation when the key is turned to the MAR/RUN Indicates the distance travelled by the start of the new position.

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    222 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT CLUSTER OK Button Short Push Of The Button: display of various parameters. Long Push Of The Button: reset quantities and begin a new trip. New trip Starts after reset: • Manual by pushing the OK button. •...

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    SAFETY CONTENTS ▫ ESC Activation/Malfunction Indicator Light And BRAKE SYSTEM ..... . .225 ESC OFF Indicator Light ....240 ELECTRONIC BRAKE CONTROL SYSTEM .

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    224 SAFETY ▫ Safety Checks You Should Make Inside The SAFETY TIPS ......299 Vehicle ......301 ▫...

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    SAFETY 225 BRAKE SYSTEM WARNING! • Riding the brakes can lead to brake failure and Your vehicle is equipped with dual hydraulic possibly a collision. Driving with your foot resting brake systems. If either of the two hydraulic or riding on the brake pedal can result in abnor- systems loses normal capability, the remaining mally high brake temperatures, excessive lining system will still function.

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    226 SAFETY • Understeer - when the vehicle is turning less than ELECTRONIC BRAKE CONTROL SYSTEM appropriate for the steering wheel position. This system enhances directional control and stability of the vehicle under various driving conditions. ESC cor- The “ESC Activation/Malfunction Indicator Light” lo- rects for oversteering or understeering of the vehicle by cated in the instrument cluster will start to flash as soon applying the brake of the appropriate wheel to assist in...

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    SAFETY 227 computer to modulate hydraulic pressure, to prevent WARNING! (Continued) wheel lock-up and help avoid skidding on slippery prevailing road conditions. ESC cannot prevent col- surfaces. lisions, including those resulting from excessive All vehicle wheels and tires must be the same size and speed in turns, driving on very slippery surfaces, or type, and tires must be properly inflated, to produce hydroplaning.

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    228 SAFETY The ABS pump motor runs during the self-test at 12 mph WARNING! (Continued) (20 km/h) and during an ABS stop. The pump motor • The ABS cannot prevent collisions, including those makes a low humming noise during operation, which is resulting from excessive speed in turns, following normal.

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    SAFETY 229 • Do not “ride” the brakes by resting your foot on the • After going through deep water or a car wash, brakes pedal. This could overheat the brakes and result in may become wet, resulting in decreased performance unpredictable braking action, longer stopping dis- and unpredictable braking action.

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    230 SAFETY or the “Full Off” mode. Refer to “Electronic Stability WARNING! Control (ESC)” in this section for further information. The Brake Assist System (BAS) cannot prevent the Brake Assist System (BAS) natural laws of physics from acting on the vehicle, The BAS is designed to optimize the vehicle’s braking nor can it increase the traction afforded by prevailing capability during emergency braking maneuvers.

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    SAFETY 231 applies the appropriate brake and may also reduce WARNING! (Continued) engine power to lessen the chance that wheel lift will Mitigation (ERM) cannot prevent all wheel lift or occur. ERM will only intervene during very severe or rollovers, especially those that involve leaving the evasive driving maneuvers.

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    232 SAFETY the vehicle will roll down the hill as normal. The system WARNING! will release brake pressure in proportion to amount of throttle applied. There may be situations where the Hill Start Assist (HSA) will not activate and slight rolling may occur, The following conditions must be met in order for HSA to such as on minor hills or with a loaded vehicle, or activate:...

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    SAFETY 233 Hill Descent Control (HDC) — If Equipped HDC has three states: 1. Off (feature is not enabled and will not activate). 2. Enabled (feature is enabled and ready but activation conditions are not met, or driver is actively overriding with brake or throttle application).

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    234 SAFETY • Vehicle is on a downhill grade of insufficient magni- Activating HDC tude (less than approximately 8%), is on level ground, Once HDC is enabled, it will activate automatically if or is on an uphill grade. driven down a grade of sufficient magnitude (greater •...

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    SAFETY 235 Feedback To The Driver: WARNING! The instrument cluster has an HDC icon and the HDC HDC is only intended to assist the driver in control- switch has an LED which offer feedback to the driver ling vehicle speed when descending hills. The driver about the state HDC is in.

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    236 SAFETY the intended path, ESC applies the brake of the appro- WARNING! priate wheel to assist in counteracting the oversteer or understeer condition. The Electronic Stability Control (ESC) cannot pre- vent the natural laws of physics from acting on the •...

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    SAFETY 237 ESC Operation Modes mode whenever the vehicle is started or the power transfer unit (if equipped) is shifted out of 4WD LOW To disable ESC and other safety systems, follow the range. This mode should be used for most driving instruction below.

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    238 SAFETY NOTE: To improve the vehicle’s traction when driving with snow chains, or when starting off in deep snow, sand, or gravel, it may be desirable to switch to the “Partial Off” mode by momentarily pressing the “ESC Off” button. Once the situation requiring “Partial Off” mode is overcome, turn ESC back on by momentarily pressing the “ESC Off”...

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    SAFETY 239 In this mode, ESC and TCS are turned off (except for the WARNING! (Continued) “limited slip” feature described in the TCS section) until enhanced vehicle stability offered by the ESC sys- the vehicle reaches a speed of 40 mph (64 km/h). At tem is reduced.

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    240 SAFETY NOTE: In SAND and MUD the active safety systems are partially disabled and put in place to ensure maximum • “Full Off” is the only operating mode for ESC in 4WD performance in the specific mode of operation. However, LOW range.

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    SAFETY 241 light remains on after several ignition cycles, and the NOTE: vehicle has been driven several miles/kilometers at • The “ESC Activation/Malfunction Indicator Light” speeds greater than 30 mph (48 km/h), see your autho- and the “ESC OFF Indicator Light” come on momen- rized dealer as soon as possible to have the problem tarily each time the ignition switch is turned ON.

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    242 SAFETY Trailer Sway Control (TSC) WARNING! TSC uses sensors in the vehicle to recognize an exces- If TSC activates while driving, slow the vehicle sively swaying trailer and will take the appropriate down, stop at the nearest safe location, and adjust the actions to attempt to stop the sway.

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    SAFETY 243 OCCUPANT RESTRAINT SYSTEMS 2. If a child from 2 to 12 years old (not in a rear-facing child restraint) must ride in the front passenger seat, Some of the most important safety features in your move the seat as far back as possible and use the vehicle are the restraint systems: proper child restraint.

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    244 SAFETY 6. All occupants should always wear their lap and WARNING! shoulder belts properly. • Never place a rear-facing child restraint in front of 7. The driver and front passenger seats should be moved an air bag. A deploying Passenger Advanced Front back as far as practical to allow the Advanced Front Air Bag can cause death or serious injury to a child Air Bags room to inflate.

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    SAFETY 245 ejection and the risk of injury caused by striking the respective seat belts are buckled. The driver should inside of the vehicle. Everyone in a motor vehicle should instruct all other occupants to buckle their seat belts. If an be belted at all times.

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    246 SAFETY In addition to the BeltAlert warning sequence that begins Lap/Shoulder Belts when the vehicle speed is over 5MPH (8km/h), when the All seating positions in your vehicle are equipped with ignition switch is turned to ON/RUN from OFF position lap/shoulder belts.

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    SAFETY 247 WARNING! (Continued) WARNING! (Continued) • In a collision, you and your passengers can suffer • Wearing your seat belt incorrectly could make your much greater injuries if you are not properly buck- injuries in a collision much worse. You might led up.

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    248 SAFETY WARNING! (Continued) WARNING! (Continued) • A twisted seat belt may not protect you properly. In • A seat belt that is worn under your arm is danger- a collision, it could even cut into you. Be sure the ous.

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    SAFETY 249 WARNING! (Continued) frays, or loose parts. Damaged parts must be re- placed immediately. Do not disassemble or modify the seat belt system. Seat belt assemblies must be replaced after a collision. Lap/Shoulder Belt Operating Instructions 1. Enter the vehicle and close the door. Sit back and adjust the seat.

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    250 SAFETY Inserting Latch Plate Into Buckle Inserting Latch Plate Into Buckle 3. When the seat belt is long enough to fit, insert the latch 4. Position the lap belt so that it is snug and lies low plate into the buckle until you hear a “click.” across your hips, below your abdomen.

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    SAFETY 251 stowed position. If necessary, slide the latch plate down the webbing to allow the seat belt to retract fully. Lap/Shoulder Belt Untwisting Procedure Use the following procedure to untwist a twisted lap/ shoulder belt. 1. Position the latch plate as close as possible to the anchor point.

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    252 SAFETY Second Row Center Belt Operating Instructions The second row center belt features a seat belt with a mini-latch and buckle, which allows the belt to detach from the lower anchor. 1. Remove the mini-latch and regular latch from its stowed position on the seat.

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    SAFETY 253 5. Sit back in seat. Slide the regular latch plate up the webbing as far as necessary to allow the seat belt to go around your lap. 6. When the seat belt is long enough to fit, insert the latch plate into the buckle until you hear a “click.”...

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    254 SAFETY 10. To disengage the mini-latch from the mini-buckle for WARNING! (Continued) storage, insert the regular latch plate into the center • When reattaching the mini-latch plate and mini- red slot on the mini-buckle. The seat belt will auto- buckle, ensure the seat belt webbing is not twisted.

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    SAFETY 255 Adjustable Anchorage Up Adjustable Anchorage Down As a guide, if you are shorter than average, you will prefer the shoulder belt anchorage in a lower position, and if you are taller than average, you will prefer the shoulder belt anchorage in a higher position. After you release the anchorage button, try to move it up or down to make sure that it is locked in position.

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    256 SAFETY NOTE: The adjustable upper shoulder belt anchorage is Seat Belt Pretensioner equipped with an Easy Up feature. This feature allows The front seat belt system is equipped with pretensioning the shoulder belt anchorage to be adjusted in the upward devices that are designed to remove slack from the seat direction without pushing or squeezing the release but- belt in the event of a collision.

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    SAFETY 257 Energy Management Feature This vehicle has a seat belt system with an Energy Management feature in the front seating positions that may help further reduce the risk of injury in the event of a collision. This seat belt system has a retractor assembly that is designed to release webbing in a controlled manner.

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    258 SAFETY sound as the seat belt retracts. Allow the webbing to WARNING! (Continued) retract completely in this case and then carefully pull out 12 years or younger, including a child in a rear- only the amount of webbing necessary to comfortably facing child restraint.

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    SAFETY 259 Mode and activate the vehicle sensitive (emergency) Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) locking mode. Air Bag System Components Your vehicle may be equipped with the following air bag WARNING! system components: • The seat belt assembly must be replaced if the •...

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    260 SAFETY • Seat Belt Pretenioners • Seat Belt Buckle Switch • Seat Track Position Sensors Advanced Front Air Bags This vehicle has Advanced Front Air Bags for both the driver and front passenger as a supplement to the seat belt restraint systems.

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    SAFETY 261 WARNING! (Continued) could cause serious injury, including death. Air bags need room to inflate. Sit back, comfortably extending your arms to reach the steering wheel or instrument panel. • Never place a rear-facing child restraint in front of an air bag.

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    262 SAFETY determined by the Occupant Restraint Controller (ORC), WARNING! which may receive information from the front impact • No objects should be placed over or near the air sensors or other system components. bag on the instrument panel or steering wheel, The first stage inflator is triggered immediately during an because any such objects could cause harm if the impact that requires air bag deployment.

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    SAFETY 263 Because air bag sensors measure vehicle deceleration WARNING! (Continued) over time, vehicle speed and damage by themselves are some collisions, air bags won’t deploy at all. Al- not good indicators of whether or not an air bag should ways wear your seat belts even though you have air have deployed.

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    264 SAFETY Knee Impact Bolsters Supplemental Driver Knee Air Bag The Knee Impact Bolsters help protect the knees of the This vehicle is equipped with a Supplemental Driver driver and front passenger, and position the front occu- Knee Air Bag mounted in the instrument panel below the pants for improved interaction with the Advanced Front steering column.

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    SAFETY 265 deploys through the seat seam into the space between the occupant and the door. The SAB moves at a very high speed and with such a high force that it could injure occupants if they are not seated properly, or if items are positioned in the area where the SAB inflates.

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    266 SAFETY SABICs may help reduce the risk of head or other injuries to front and rear seat outboard occupants in certain side impacts and/or vehicle rollover events, in addition to the injury reduction potential provided by the seat belts and body structure.

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    SAFETY 267 The SABICs and SABs (“Side Air Bags”) are designed to WARNING! activate in certain side impacts and certain rollover • Your vehicle is equipped with left and right events. The Occupant Restraint Controller (“ORC”) de- termines whether the deployment of the Side Air Bags in Supplemental Side Air Bag Inflatable Curtains a particular side impact or rollover event is appropriate, (SABICs).

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    268 SAFETY help keep you in position, away from inflating Side Air WARNING! (Continued) Bags. To get the best protection from the Side Air Bags, properly. In some collisions, Side Air Bags won’t occupants must wear their seat belts properly and sit deploy at all.

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    SAFETY 269 The Side Air Bags will not deploy in all side collisions, Air Bags is appropriate, the rollover sensing system will including some collisions at certain angles, or some side also deploy the seat belt pretensioners on both sides of collisions that do not impact the area of the passenger the vehicle.

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    270 SAFETY normally heal quickly. However, if you haven’t healed WARNING! significantly within a few days, or if you have any blistering, see your doctor immediately. Deployed air bags and seat belt pretensioners cannot protect you in another collision. Have the air bags, •...

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    SAFETY 271 • Unlock the doors automatically. Enhanced Accident Response System • Turn off the Fuel Pump Heater. In the event of an impact, if the communication network remains intact, and the power remains intact, depending • Turn Off the HVAC Blower Motor. on the nature of the event, the ORC will determine •...

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    272 SAFETY Customer Action Customer Will See Customer Action Customer Will See 1. Turn ignition OFF. 6. Turn Left Turn Signal Left Turn Light is ON (Turn Signal Switch Must Switch ON. SOLID. Right Turn Light be placed in Neutral is ON SOLID.

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    SAFETY 273 Air Bag Warning Light the ON/RUN position. After the self-check, the Air Bag Warning Light will turn off. If the ORC detects a mal- The air bags must be ready to inflate for your protection function in any part of the system, it turns on the Air Bag in a collision.

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    274 SAFETY • The Air Bag Warning Light comes on intermittently or Redundant Air Bag Warning Light remains on while driving. If a fault with the Air Bag Warning Light is NOTE: If the speedometer, tachometer, or any engine detected, which could affect the Supplemental related gauges are not working, the Occupant Restraint Restraint System (“SRS”), the Redundant Air Controller (ORC) may also be disabled.

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    SAFETY 275 Maintaining Your Air Bag System WARNING! (Continued) not function properly if modifications are made. WARNING! Take your vehicle to an authorized dealer for any • Modifications to any part of the air bag system air bag system service. If your seat, including your could cause it to fail when you need it.

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    276 SAFETY assist in understanding how a vehicle’s systems per- NOTE: EDR data are recorded by your vehicle only if a formed. The EDR is designed to record data related to non-trivial crash situation occurs; no data are recorded by vehicle dynamics and safety systems for a short period of the EDR under normal driving conditions and no per- time, typically 30 seconds or less.

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    SAFETY 277 Child Restraints WARNING! (Continued) Everyone in your vehicle needs to be buckled up at all great that you could not hold the child, no matter times, including babies and children. how strong you are. The child and others could be badly injured.

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    278 SAFETY • Canadian residents should refer to Transport Cana- NOTE: da’s website for additional information: www.tc.gc.ca/ • For additional information, refer eng/motorvehiclesafety/safedrivers-childsafety- www.seatcheck.org or call 1–866–732–8243. index-53.htm Summary Of Recommendations For Restraining Children In Vehicles Child Size, Height, Weight Or Age Recommended Type Of Child Restraint Infants and Toddlers Children who are two years old or...

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    SAFETY 279 Child Size, Height, Weight Or Age Recommended Type Of Child Restraint Larger Children Children who have out-grown their Belt Positioning Booster Seat and the forward-facing child restraint, but are vehicle seat belt, seated in the rear seat too small to properly fit the vehicle’s of the vehicle seat belt Children Too Large for...

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    280 SAFETY WARNING! WARNING! (Continued) function as it was designed by the car seat manufac- • Never place a rear-facing child restraint in front of turer, and your child may be more severely injured as an air bag. A deploying passenger Advanced Front a result.

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    SAFETY 281 Older Children And Child Restraints seat. The child and belt-positioning booster seat are held in the vehicle by the seat belt. Children who are two years old or who have outgrown their rear-facing convertible child seat can ride forward- WARNING! facing in the vehicle.

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    282 SAFETY 1. Can the child sit all the way back against the back of WARNING! (Continued) the vehicle seat? • When your child restraint is not in use, secure it in 2. Do the child’s knees bend comfortably over the front the vehicle with the seat belt or LATCH anchor- of the vehicle seat –...

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    SAFETY 283 If the answer to any of these questions was “no,” then the WARNING! child still needs to use a booster seat in this vehicle. If the child is using the lap/shoulder belt, check seat belt fit Never allow a child to put the shoulder belt under an periodically and make sure the seat belt buckle is latched.

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    284 SAFETY Recommendations For Attaching Child Restraints Restraint Type Combined Use any attachment method shown with an “X” Below Weight of the LATCH – Seat Belt Only LATCH – Seat Belt + Top Child + Child Lower Anchors Lower Anchors Tether Anchor Restraint Only...

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    SAFETY 285 Lower Anchors And Tethers For Children (LATCH) Your vehicle is equipped with the child restraint anchor- Restraint System age system called LATCH, which stands for Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren. The LATCH system has three vehicle anchor points for installing LATCH- equipped child seats.

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    286 SAFETY LATCH Positions For Installing Child Restraints In This Vehicle • — Lower Anchorage Symbol 2 anchorages per seating position • — Top Tether Anchorage Symbol...

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    SAFETY 287 What is the weight limit (child’s 65 lbs (29.5 kg) Use the LATCH anchorage system weight + weight of the child re- until the combined weight of the straint) for using the LATCH an- child and the child restraint is chorage system to attach the child 65 lbs (29.5 kg).

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    288 SAFETY Can two child restraints be at- Never “share” a LATCH anchorage tached using a common lower with two or more child restraints. LATCH anchorage? If the center position does not have dedicated LATCH lower anchor- ages, use the seat belt to install a child seat in the center position next to a child seat using the LATCH anchorages in an outboard...

  • Page 291

    SAFETY 289 Locating LATCH Anchorages The lower anchorages are round bars that are found at the rear of the seat cushion where it meets the seatback, below the anchorage sym- bols on the seatback. They are just visible when you lean into the rear seat to install the child restraint. You will easily feel them if you run your finger along the gap between the seatback and seat cushion.

  • Page 292

    290 SAFETY Locating Tether Anchorages LATCH-compatible child restraint systems will be equipped with a rigid bar or a flexible strap on each side. Each will have a hook or connector to attach to the lower There are tether strap anchorages behind each anchorage and a way to tighten the connection to the rear seatback, near the floor.

  • Page 293

    SAFETY 291 Center Seat LATCH: To Install A LATCH-Compatible Child Restraint If the selected seating position has a Switchable Auto- WARNING! matic Locking Retractor (ALR) seat belt, stow the seat belt, following the instructions below. See the section • Do not install a child restraint in the center posi- “Installing Child Restraints Using the Vehicle Seat Belt”...

  • Page 294

    292 SAFETY 3. Attach the lower hooks or connectors of the child How To Stow An Unused ALR Seat Belt: restraint to the lower anchorages in the selected seat- When using the LATCH attaching system to install a ing position. child restraint, stow all ALR seat belts that are not being used by other occupants or being used to secure child 4.

  • Page 295

    SAFETY 293 Installing Child Restraints Using The Vehicle Seat WARNING! Belt • Improper installation of a child restraint to the The seat belts in the passenger seating positions are LATCH anchorages can lead to failure of the re- equipped with a Switchable Automatic Locking Retractor straint.

  • Page 296

    294 SAFETY Lap/Shoulder Belt Systems For Installing Child Restraints In This Vehicle • ALR = Switchable Automatic Locking Retractor • = Top Tether Anchorage Symbol...

  • Page 297

    SAFETY 295 What is the weight limit (child’s Weight limit of the Child Restraint Always use the tether anchor when weight + weight of the child re- using the seat belt to install a for- straint) for using the Tether Anchor ward facing child restraint, up to with the seat belt to attach a forward the recommended weight limit of...

  • Page 298

    296 SAFETY Installing A Child Restraint With A Switchable 5. To lock the seat belt, pull down on the shoulder part of Automatic Locking Retractor (ALR) the belt until you have pulled all the seat belt webbing out of the retractor. Then, allow the webbing to retract 1.

  • Page 299

    SAFETY 297 strap. See the section “Installing Child Restraints WARNING! (Continued) Using the Top Tether Anchorage” for directions to tether strap of a rear-facing car seat to the tether attach a tether anchor. anchorage that is approved for that seating position, 9.

  • Page 300

    298 SAFETY 1. Look behind the seating position where you plan to 4. Remove slack in the tether strap according to the child install the child restraint to find the tether anchorage. restraint manufacturer’s instructions. You may need to move the seat forward to provide better access to the tether anchorage.

  • Page 301

    SAFETY 299 SAFETY TIPS WARNING! Transporting Passengers • An incorrectly anchored tether strap could lead to NEVER TRANSPORT PASSENGERS IN THE CARGO increased head motion and possible injury to the AREA. child. Use only the anchorage position directly behind the child seat to secure a child restraint top WARNING! tether strap.

  • Page 302

    300 SAFETY Exhaust Gas WARNING! (Continued) • If it is necessary to sit in a parked vehicle with the WARNING! engine running, adjust your heating or cooling Exhaust gases can injure or kill. They contain carbon controls to force outside air into the vehicle. Set the monoxide (CO), which is colorless and odorless.

  • Page 303

    SAFETY 301 Safety Checks You Should Make Inside The not lit during starting, see your authorized dealer. If the Vehicle light stays on, flickers, or comes on while driving, have the system checked by an authorized dealer. Seat Belts Defroster Inspect the seat belt system periodically, checking for cuts, frays, and loose parts.

  • Page 304

    302 SAFETY WARNING! WARNING! (Continued) • Check mounting of mats on a regular basis. Always Pedals that cannot move freely can cause loss of properly reinstall and secure floor mats that have vehicle control and increase the risk of serious per- been removed for cleaning.

  • Page 305

    SAFETY 303 Periodic Safety Checks You Should Make Outside Door Latches The Vehicle Check for proper closing, latching, and locking. Tires Fluid Leaks Examine tires for excessive tread wear and uneven wear Check area under vehicle after overnight parking for fuel, patterns.

  • Page 307

    STARTING AND OPERATING CONTENTS ▫ Auto Park Brake ..... .319 STARTING THE ENGINE ....309 ▫...

  • Page 308

    ▫ Precautions While Driving With FCW ..352 FOUR WHEEL DRIVE — JEEP ACTIVE DRIVE ▫ General Information ....355 (4WD) AND JEEP ACTIVE DRIVE LOW (4WD LOW) .

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    STARTING AND OPERATING 307 ▫ LaneSense Warning Message....356 ▫ 1.4L Turbo Engine .....384 ▫...

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    308 STARTING AND OPERATING ▫ Trailer Hitch Classification ....404 OFF-ROAD DRIVING TIPS ....395 ▫...

  • Page 311

    STARTING AND OPERATING 309 STARTING THE ENGINE WARNING! (Continued) Before starting your vehicle, adjust your seat, adjust the Keyless Enter-N-Go in the MAR/RUN mode. A inside and outside mirrors, fasten your seat belt, and if child could operate power windows, other controls, present, instruct all other occupants to buckle their seat or move the vehicle.

  • Page 312

    310 STARTING AND OPERATING 4. If the engine does not start, place the ignition in the Tip Start Feature STOP/OFF position and wait 10-15 seconds before Do not press the accelerator. Cycle the ignition switch attempting to restart the engine. briefly to the AVV/START position and release it.

  • Page 313

    STARTING AND OPERATING 311 floor and hold it there. Crank the engine for no more than WARNING! (Continued) 15 seconds. This should clear any excess fuel in case the • Do not attempt to push or tow your vehicle to get it engine is flooded.

  • Page 314

    312 STARTING AND OPERATING Cold Weather Operation Extended Park Starting To ensure reliable starting under extreme cold conditions NOTE: Extended Park condition occurs when the vehicle an externally powered electric block heater (available has not been started or driven for at least 35 days. from your authorized dealer) is required for the 1.4L 1.

  • Page 315

    STARTING AND OPERATING 313 Stopping The Engine CAUTION! Vehicles Equipped With A Mechanical Key Fob: To prevent damage to the starter, do not crank con- To turn off the engine with, proceed as follows: tinuously for more than 10 seconds at a time. Wait 10 to 15 seconds before trying again.

  • Page 316

    314 STARTING AND OPERATING Vehicles Equipped With Electronic Key (Keyless After severe driving, idle the engine to allow the tem- Enter-N-Go™): perature inside the engine compartment to cool before shutting off the engine. To shut off the engine with vehicle speed greater than 5 mph (8 km/h) you must push and hold the ignition or Turbocharger “Cool Down”...

  • Page 317

    STARTING AND OPERATING 315 While cruising, brief full-throttle acceleration within the NOTE: A new engine may consume some oil during its limits of local traffic laws contributes to a good break-in. first few thousand miles (kilometers) of operation. This Wide-open throttle acceleration in low gear can be detri- should be considered a normal part of the break-in and mental and should be avoided.

  • Page 318

    316 STARTING AND OPERATING • Automatically, by enabling the Auto Park Brake fea- parking brake is fully engaged, the BRAKE warning ture in the customer programmable features section of lamp in the instrument cluster and an indicator on the the Uconnect® settings or in “Safe Hold” conditions. switch will illuminate.

  • Page 319

    STARTING AND OPERATING 317 foot is on the brake pedal, you may notice a small amount NOTE: of brake pedal movement while the EPB is engaging. • When parking on a hill, it is important to turn the front The electric park brake will be automatically released if wheels toward the curb on a downhill grade and away the driver’s seat belt is buckled and driver’s intention to from the curb on an uphill grade.

  • Page 320

    318 STARTING AND OPERATING WARNING! (Continued) WARNING! (Continued) • Do not leave the Key Fob in or near the vehicle, or in fully when parked to guard against vehicle move- a location accessible to children, and do not leave a ment and possible injury or damage.

  • Page 321

    STARTING AND OPERATING 319 CAUTION! WARNING! If the Brake System Warning Light remains on with Driving the vehicle with the parking brake engaged, the parking brake released, a brake system malfunc- or repeated use of the parking brake to slow the tion is indicated.

  • Page 322

    320 STARTING AND OPERATING • There is no attempt to depress the brake pedal or switch is in the STOP/OFF position. Auto Park Brake is enabled and disabled by customer selection through the accelerator pedal. Customer Programmable Features section of the •...

  • Page 323

    STARTING AND OPERATING 321 pedal is pressed. Once manually bypassed, SafeHold will your vehicle. This menu based system will guide you be enabled again once the vehicle reaches 12 mph through the steps necessary to retract the EPB actuator in (20 km/h) or the ignition is turned to the STOP/OFF order to perform rear brake service.

  • Page 324

    322 STARTING AND OPERATING When brake service work is complete, the following steps MANUAL TRANSMISSION must be followed to reset the parking brake system to normal operation: WARNING! • Ensure the vehicle is at a standstill. You or others could be injured if you leave the vehicle unattended without having the parking •...

  • Page 325

    STARTING AND OPERATING 323 To shift the gears, press the clutch pedal to the floor and Shifting put the shift lever to the desired position (the diagram for Fully press the clutch pedal before shifting gears. As you the engagement of the gears is displayed on the handle of release the clutch pedal, lightly press the accelerator the lever).

  • Page 326

    324 STARTING AND OPERATING Manual Transmission Shift Speeds in MPH (KM/H) All Engines Gear Selection 2 to 3 3 to 4 4 to 5 5 to 6 Accel. 24 (39) 34 (55) 47 (76) 56 (90) Cruise 19 (31) 27 (43) 37 (60) 41 (66) Downshifting...

  • Page 327

    STARTING AND OPERATING 325 Maximum Recommended Downshift Speeds CAUTION! (Continued) clutch damage, even if the clutch pedal is pressed. CAUTION! If transfer case is in low range the vehicle speeds to Failure to follow the maximum recommended down- cause engine and clutch damage are significantly shifting speeds may cause the engine to overspeed lower.

  • Page 328

    326 STARTING AND OPERATING PARK, or to shift from NEUTRAL into DRIVE or RE- CAUTION! VERSE when the vehicle is stopped or moving at low speeds (refer to Brake/Transmission Shift Interlock Sys- If you skip a gear while downshifting or downshift tem in this section).

  • Page 329

    STARTING AND OPERATING 327 WARNING! (Continued) WARNING! (Continued) • Unintended movement of a vehicle could injure • Never leave children alone in a vehicle, or with those in or near the vehicle. As with all vehicles, access to an unlocked vehicle. Allowing children to you should never exit a vehicle while the engine is be in a vehicle unattended is dangerous for a running.

  • Page 330

    328 STARTING AND OPERATING information). Toggling the shift lever forward (-) or CAUTION! rearward (+) while in the AutoStick position (beside the DRIVE position) will manually select the transmission Damage to the transmission may occur if the follow- gear, and will display the current gear in the instrument ing precautions are not observed: •...

  • Page 331

    STARTING AND OPERATING 329 forward. You must also press the brake pedal to shift the transmission out of PARK, or to shift from NEUTRAL into DRIVE or REVERSE when the vehicle is stopped or moving at low speeds (refer to Brake/Transmission Shift Interlock System in this section for further information).

  • Page 332

    330 STARTING AND OPERATING DO NOT race the engine when shifting from PARK or When parking on a hill, apply the EPB before shifting the NEUTRAL into another gear range. transmission to PARK, otherwise the load on the trans- mission locking mechanism may make it difficult to CAUTION! move the shift lever out of PARK.

  • Page 333

    STARTING AND OPERATING 331 WARNING! (Continued) WARNING! (Continued) • It is dangerous to shift out of PARK or NEUTRAL • When leaving the vehicle, always make sure the if the engine speed is higher than idle speed. If ignition is in the STOP/OFF position, remove the your foot is not firmly pressing the brake pedal, the key fob from the vehicle, and lock the vehicle.

  • Page 334

    332 STARTING AND OPERATING • With the brake pedal released, verify that the shift CAUTION! lever will not move out of PARK. • Before moving the shift lever out of PARK, you Reverse (R) must turn the ignition switch from the STOP/OFF This range is for moving the vehicle backward.

  • Page 335

    STARTING AND OPERATING 333 DRIVE position provides optimum driving characteris- WARNING! (Continued) tics under all normal operating conditions. or road conditions. You might lose control of the When frequent transmission shifting occurs (such as vehicle and have a collision. when operating the vehicle under heavy loading condi- tions, in hilly terrain or traveling into strong head winds), CAUTION! use the AutoStick shift control (refer to “AutoStick”...

  • Page 336

    334 STARTING AND OPERATING If the transmission becomes extremely hot, the “Trans- and improve overall vehicle performance. This system mission Temperature Warning Light” may illuminate and can also provide you with more control during passing, the transmission may operate differently until the trans- city driving, cold slippery conditions, mountain driving, mission cools down.

  • Page 337

    STARTING AND OPERATING 335 • The transmission will automatically downshift as the • Avoid using speed control when AutoStick is engaged vehicle slows (to prevent engine lugging) and will because the transmission will not shift automatically. display the current gear. •...

  • Page 338

    336 STARTING AND OPERATING Transmission Limp Home Mode 4. Wait approximately 10 seconds. Transmission function is electronically monitored for 5. Restart the engine. abnormal conditions. If a condition is detected that could 6. Shift into the desired gear range. If the problem is no result in transmission damage, Transmission Limp Home longer detected, the transmission will return to normal Mode is activated.

  • Page 339

    STARTING AND OPERATING 337 position. Also, the transmission is locked in PARK when- unless the brakes are applied. To shift the transmission ever the ignition is in the STOP/OFF position. out of PARK, the ignition switch must be turned to the MAR/RUN position (engine running or not) and the Vehicles With Mechanical Key: brake pedal must be pressed.

  • Page 340

    338 STARTING AND OPERATING NOTE: • In order to ensure proper operation, the Electronic Speed Control System has been designed to shut down if multiple Speed Control functions are operated at the same time. If this occurs, the Electronic Speed Control System can be reactivated by pushing the Electronic Speed Control ON/OFF button and resetting the de- sired vehicle set speed.

  • Page 341

    STARTING AND OPERATING 339 Indicator Light will turn off. The system should be Deactivation turned off when not in use. A soft tap on the brake pedal, pushing the CANCEL button, or normal brake pressure while slowing the WARNING! vehicle will deactivate the Electronic Speed Control with- out erasing the set speed from memory.

  • Page 342

    340 STARTING AND OPERATING • If the button is continually pushed, the set speed will The drivers preferred units can be selected through the Uconnect® system if equipped. Refer to ”Uconnect® continue to increase until the button is released, then Settings”...

  • Page 343

    STARTING AND OPERATING 341 • If the button is continually pushed, the set speed will FOUR WHEEL DRIVE — JEEP ACTIVE DRIVE continue to decrease until the button is released, then (4WD) AND JEEP ACTIVE DRIVE LOW (4WD the new set speed will be established.

  • Page 344

    342 STARTING AND OPERATING Active Drive Control — If Equipped CAUTION! All wheels must have the same size and type tires. Unequal tire sizes must not be used. Unequal tire size may cause failure of the power transfer unit. Four Wheel Drive (4x4) The four wheel drive (4WD) is fully automatic in normal driving mode.

  • Page 345

    STARTING AND OPERATING 343 • When the 4WD LOCK button is pressed. The 4WD LOW mode helps to improve the off-road performance in all modes. To enable 4WD Low please • When the Selec-Terrain™ switch is rotated from AUTO follow the steps below: to any other off-road modes.

  • Page 346

    344 STARTING AND OPERATING SELEC-TERRAIN™ Selec-Terrain™ combines the capabilities of the vehicle control systems, along with driver input, to provide the best performance for all terrains. Mode Selection Guide Rotate the Selec-Terrain™ knob to select the desired mode. Selec-Terrain™ Switch...

  • Page 347

    STARTING AND OPERATING 345 reduces fuel consumption, since it allows the discon- nect of the drive shaft where conditions permit. • SNOW: This mode allows you to have greater stability under conditions of bad weather. For use on and off road on surfaces with poor traction, such as roads covered with snow.

  • Page 348

    346 STARTING AND OPERATING • ROCK (Trailhawk only): This mode is only available FORWARD COLLISION WARNING (FCW) WITH in 4WD LOW range. The device sets the vehicle to MITIGATION — IF EQUIPPED maximize traction and allow the highest steering ca- Forward Collision Warning (FCW) With Mitigation pacity for off-road surfaces.

  • Page 349

    STARTING AND OPERATING 347 NOTE: Vehicles With A Manual Transmission: After the end of the intervention of automatic braking, the engine could • FCW monitors the information from the forward look- stall, unless the driver can depress the clutch pedal. ing sensors as well as the Electronic Brake Controller Vehicles With Automatic Transmission: After the end of (EBC), to calculate the probability of a forward colli-...

  • Page 350

    348 STARTING AND OPERATING • The maximum speed for FCW activation is 124 mph (200 km/h). • The FCW alerts may be triggered on objects other than vehicles such as guard rails or sign posts based on the course prediction. This is expected and is a part of normal FCW activation and functionality.

  • Page 351

    STARTING AND OPERATING 349 • Changing the FCW status to “Off” deactivates the WARNING! system, so no warning or active braking will be available in case of a possible collision Forward Collision Warning (FCW) is not intended to avoid a collision on its own, nor can FCW detect •...

  • Page 352

    350 STARTING AND OPERATING Changing FCW Sensitivity By changing the option to Near , the system will warn the driver of a possible accident with the vehicle ahead of By changing the settings on the menu of the Uconnect® it when the latter is a reduced distance. This setting offers system, you can change the sensitivity of the system by a reaction time to the driver lower than the settings choosing one of the following three options: Near ,...

  • Page 353

    STARTING AND OPERATING 351 Service FCW Warning The “FCW Front Radar Sensor Temporarily Blocked” message can sometimes be displayed while driving in If the system turns off, and the EVIC/DID displays: highly reflective areas (i.e. tunnels with reflective tiles, or •...

  • Page 354

    352 STARTING AND OPERATING NOTE: Precautions While Driving With FCW • If the “FCW Front Radar Sensor Temporarily Blocked” In certain driving conditions, such as: message occurs frequently (e.g. more than once on • Driving in the vicinity of a curve every trip) without any snow, rain, mud, or other •...

  • Page 355

    STARTING AND OPERATING 353 Driving In The Vicinity Of A Curve Small Vehicles And/Or Not Aligned To The Lane Entering or exiting a large curve, the system could detect The system is not able to detect the presence of vehicles that the presence of a vehicle that is in front of the car, but that are in front of the car but placed outside the field of action of does not preside in the same lane.

  • Page 356

    354 STARTING AND OPERATING Lane Changing Of Other Vehicles Passing Of Vehicles In An Oncoming Intersection Vehicles that suddenly change lane, while standing in the The system could temporarily react to a vehicle that traffic lane of their car and inside the field of action of the crossed the range of the radar sensor, in an oncoming radar sensor may cause the intervention of the system.

  • Page 357

    STARTING AND OPERATING 355 General Information LANESENSE — IF EQUIPPED This vehicle has systems that operate on radio frequency LaneSense Operation that comply with Part 15 of the Federal Communications The LaneSense system is operational at speeds above Commission (FCC) rules and with Industry Canada 37 mph (60 km/h) and below 112 mph (180 km/h).

  • Page 358

    356 STARTING AND OPERATING The driver may manually override the haptic warning by Turning LaneSense ON Or OFF applying torque into the steering wheel at any time. The default status of LaneSense is “OFF”. When only a single lane marking is detected and the The LaneSense button is located on the switch panel driver unintentionally drifts across the lane marking (no below the Uconnect®...

  • Page 359

    STARTING AND OPERATING 357 3.5 EVIC Screen — If Equipped Left Lane Departure — Only Left Lane Detected • When the LaneSense system is ON, the LaneSense When the LaneSense system is ON, the lane lines are gray when both of the lane boundaries have not been detected indicator is solid white when only the left lane mark- and the LaneSense indicator is solid white.

  • Page 360

    358 STARTING AND OPERATING Left Lane Departure — Both Lanes Detected • When the LaneSense system is ON, the lane lines turn from gray to white to indicate that both of the lane markings have been detected. The LaneSense indicator is solid green when both lane markings have been detected and the system is “armed”...

  • Page 361

    STARTING AND OPERATING 359 • For example: If approaching the left side of the lane, the steering wheel will turn to the right. Lanes Sensed (White Lines/Green Indicator) • When the LaneSense system senses a lane drift situa- tion, the left thick lane line and the left thin line turn Lane Sensed (Solid White Thick Line, Solid White Thin solid white.

  • Page 362

    360 STARTING AND OPERATING thin line remains solid white and the LaneSense indi- cator changes from solid yellow to flashing yellow. At this time, torque is applied to the steering wheel in the opposite direction of the lane boundary. • For example: If approaching the left side of the lane, the steering wheel will turn to the right.

  • Page 363

    STARTING AND OPERATING 361 7.0 DID Screen — If Equipped Left Lane Departure — Only Left Lane Detected • When the LaneSense system is ON, the LaneSense When the LaneSense system is ON, the lane lines are gray when both of the lane boundaries have not been detected indicator is solid white when only the left lane mark- and the LaneSense indicator is solid white.

  • Page 364

    362 STARTING AND OPERATING Left Lane Departure — Both Lanes Detected • When the LaneSense system is ON, the lane lines turn from gray to white to indicate that both of the lane markings have been detected. The LaneSense indicator is solid green when both lane markings have been detected and the system is “armed”...

  • Page 365

    STARTING AND OPERATING 363 • For example: If approaching the left side of the lane the steering wheel will turn to the right. Lanes Sensed (White Lines/Green Indicator) • When the LaneSense system senses a lane drift situa- tion, the left thick lane line and left thin line turn solid Lane Sensed (Solid Yellow Thick Line, Solid Yellow yellow.

  • Page 366

    364 STARTING AND OPERATING thin line remains solid yellow. The LaneSense indicator changes from solid yellow to flashing yellow. At this time torque is applied to the steering wheel in the opposite direction of the lane boundary. • For example: If approaching the left side of the lane the steering wheel will turn to the right.

  • Page 367

    STARTING AND OPERATING 365 Changing LaneSense Status REAR PARK ASSIST — IF EQUIPPED The LaneSense system has settings to adjust the intensity The Rear Park Assist system provides visual and audible of the torque warning and the warning zone sensitivity indications of the distance between the rear fascia and a (early/late) that you can configure through the detected obstacle when backing up, e.g.

  • Page 368

    366 STARTING AND OPERATING Rear Park Assist Sensors The four Rear Park Assist sensors, located in the rear fascia/bumper, monitor the area behind the vehicle that is within the sensors’ field of view. The sensors can detect obstacles from approximately 12 in (30 cm) up to 59 in (150 cm) from the rear fascia/bumper in the horizontal direction, depending on the location, type and orienta- tion of the obstacle.

  • Page 369

    STARTING AND OPERATING 367 Chime When the system emits a beeping sound, the volume of the Uconnect® system, if turned on, is automatically By shifting the vehicle in REVERSE and in the case of the lowered by Rear Park Assist. presence of a rear obstacle, an acoustic signal that varies with the distance of the obstacle from the bumper is Detection Distances...

  • Page 370

    368 STARTING AND OPERATING If an obstacle is detected in the left and/or right rear approximately five seconds. Refer to “Electronic Vehicle region, the display will show a single flashing arc in the Information Center (EVIC)” or “Driver Information Dis- left and/or right rear region and will produce a fast play (DID)”...

  • Page 371

    STARTING AND OPERATING 369 REAR SENSORS or PARK ASSIST UNAVAILABLE CAUTION! SERVICE REQUIRED message for as long as the vehicle is in REVERSE. Under this condition, Rear Park Assist After turning off the ignition, the ParkSense® re- will not operate. mains in this setting until the next key cycle, even in the case of changing the setting of starting MAR/ If “PARK ASSIST UNAVAILABLE WIPE REAR SEN-...

  • Page 372

    370 STARTING AND OPERATING • Objects such as bicycle carriers, etc., must not be Park Assist System Usage Precautions placed within 12 inches (30 cm) from the rear fascia/ NOTE: bumper while driving the vehicle. Failure to do so can •...

  • Page 373

    STARTING AND OPERATING 371 WARNING! WARNING! (Continued) when the warning display turns on the single • Drivers must be careful when backing up even flashing arc and sounds the continuous tone. Also, when using the Rear Park Assist system. Always the sensors could detect the ball mount and hitch check carefully behind your vehicle, look behind ball assembly, depending on its size and shape,...

  • Page 374

    372 STARTING AND OPERATING note to “check entire surroundings” across the top of the When the vehicle is shifted out of REVERSE (with camera screen. After five seconds this note will disappear. The delay turned ON), the camera image will continue to be camera is located above the rear license plate.

  • Page 375

    STARTING AND OPERATING 373 The following table shows the approximate distances for each zone: Zone Distance to the rear of the vehicle 0 - 1 ft (0 - 30 cm) Yellow 1 ft - 3 ft (30 cm - 1 m) Green 3 ft or greater (1 m or greater) NOTE: If snow, ice, mud, or any foreign substance builds...

  • Page 376

    374 STARTING AND OPERATING The tire pressure will vary with temperature by approxi- CAUTION! mately 1 psi (7 kPa) for every 12°F (6.5°C). This means • To avoid vehicle damage, Rear Back Up Camera that when the outside temperature decreases, the tire pressure will decrease.

  • Page 377

    STARTING AND OPERATING 375 The TPMS will continue to warn the driver of low tire For example, your vehicle may have a recommended pressure as long as the condition exists, and will not turn cold (parked for more than three hours) placard pressure off until the tire pressure is at or above the recommended of 33 psi (227 kPa).

  • Page 378

    376 STARTING AND OPERATING CAUTION! CAUTION! (Continued) • After inspecting or adjusting the tire pressure al- • The TPMS has been optimized for the original ways reinstall the valve stem cap. This will prevent equipment tires and wheels. TPMS pressures and moisture and dirt from entering the valve stem, warning have been established for the tire size which could damage the TPMS sensor.

  • Page 379

    STARTING AND OPERATING 377 • The TPMS is not a substitute for proper tire mainte- NOTE: It is particularly important for you to check the nance, and it is the driver’s responsibility to maintain tire pressure in all of the tires on your vehicle monthly correct tire pressure using an accurate tire pressure and to maintain the proper pressure.

  • Page 380

    378 STARTING AND OPERATING to the vehicle’s recommended cold placard pressure “Tire Pressure Monitoring Telltale Light” will turn off value as shown in the Inflate to XX message. Once the when the fault condition no longer exists. A system fault system receives the updated tire pressures, the system can occur due to any of the following: will automatically update and the “Tire Pressure Moni-...

  • Page 381

    STARTING AND OPERATING 379 Vehicles With Compact Spare or non-Matching Full 4. For each subsequent ignition cycle, a chime will sound Size Spare and the “TPMS Telltale Light” will flash on and off for 75 seconds and then remain on solid. 1.

  • Page 382

    380 STARTING AND OPERATING NOTE: It is particularly important for you to check the Information Center (EVIC)/Driver information Display tire pressure in all of the tires on your vehicle monthly (DID) will display a Tire Low message for a minimum and to maintain the proper pressure.

  • Page 383

    STARTING AND OPERATING 381 Should this occur, you should stop as soon as possible SERVICE TPMS Warning and inflate the tires with low pressure (those in a When a system fault is detected, the “Tire Pressure Moni- different color in the EVIC/DID graphic) to the vehicle’s toring Telltale Light”...

  • Page 384

    382 STARTING AND OPERATING 2. Installing some form of aftermarket window tinting message, an Inflate to XX message and a graphic that affects radio wave signals. showing the low tire pressure value in a different color. 3. Lots of snow or ice around the wheels or wheel housings.

  • Page 385

    STARTING AND OPERATING 383 Vehicles With Compact Spare or Non-Matching Full SYSTEM” message for five seconds and then display dashes (- -) in place of the pressure value. Size Spare 4. For each subsequent ignition key cycle, a chime will 1.

  • Page 386

    384 STARTING AND OPERATING General Information FUEL REQUIREMENTS This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules and 1.4L Turbo Engine RSS-210 of Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: This engine is designed to meet all emis- (1) This device may not cause harmful interference.

  • Page 387

    STARTING AND OPERATING 385 of 87. The use of premium gasoline is not recommended, Reformulated Gasoline as it will not provide any benefit over regular gasoline in Many areas of the country require the use of cleaner these engines. burning gasoline referred to as “Reformulated Gasoline”. Light spark knock at low engine speeds is not harmful to Reformulated gasoline contain oxygenates and are spe- your engine.

  • Page 388

    386 STARTING AND OPERATING E-85 Usage In Non-Flex Fuel Vehicles CAUTION! Non-Flex Fuel Vehicles (FFV) are compatible with gaso- DO NOT use gasoline containing Methanol or gaso- line containing up to 10% ethanol (E10). Gasoline with line containing more than 10% Ethanol. Use of these higher ethanol content may void the New Vehicle Lim- blends may result in starting and drivability prob- ited Warranty.

  • Page 389

    STARTING AND OPERATING 387 MMT In Gasoline conditions and they would result in additional cost. Therefore, you should not have to add anything to the Methylcyclopentadienyl Manganese Tricarbonyl (MMT) fuel. is a manganese-containing metallic additive that is blended into some gasoline to increase octane. Gasoline Fuel System Cautions blended with MMT provides no performance advantage beyond gasoline of the same octane number without...

  • Page 390

    388 STARTING AND OPERATING Carbon Monoxide Warnings CAUTION! (Continued) or malfunctioning and may require immediate ser- WARNING! vice. Contact your authorized dealer for service Carbon monoxide (CO) in exhaust gases is deadly. assistance. • The use of fuel additives, which are now being Follow the precautions below to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning: sold as octane enhancers, is not recommended.

  • Page 391

    STARTING AND OPERATING 389 Opening The Door WARNING! (Continued) For filling proceed as follows: • Guard against carbon monoxide with proper main- tenance. Have the exhaust system inspected every • Open the door, by pushing and releasing on the time the vehicle is raised. Have any abnormal indentation point indicated by the arrow.

  • Page 392

    390 STARTING AND OPERATING • Insert the fuel nozzle in the filler pipe and proceed Emergency Refueling Procedure with filling the fuel tank. If the vehicle is out of fuel proceed as follows: • Open the liftgate and remove the emergency fuel fill funnel located in the cargo area.

  • Page 393

    STARTING AND OPERATING 391 Emergency Fuel Fill Funnel – If Equipped with Full Size Spare Tire • Open the fuel door. Fueling with Emergency Fuel Fill Funnel • Remove the emergency fuel fill funnel, and close the • Insert the emergency fuel fill funnel in the filler pipe door.

  • Page 394

    392 STARTING AND OPERATING VEHICLE LOADING WARNING! Certification Label • Do not to affix objects/plugs to the end of the filler As required by National Highway Traffic Safety Admin- neck other than is provided on the car. istration regulations, your vehicle has a certification label •...

  • Page 395

    STARTING AND OPERATING 393 rear axle systems (GAWR). Total load must be limited so Tire Size GVWR and front and rear GAWR are not exceeded. The tire size on the Vehicle Certification Label represents the actual tire size on your vehicle. Replacement tires Payload must be equal to the load capacity of this tire size.

  • Page 396

    394 STARTING AND OPERATING determined by weighing your vehicle on a commercial Improper weight distributions can have an adverse effect scale before any occupants or cargo are added. on the way your vehicle steers and handles and the way the brakes operate. Loading The actual total weight and the weight of the front and CAUTION!

  • Page 397

    STARTING AND OPERATING 395 An advantage of the higher ground clearance is a better low speed pulling power is needed. Vehicle speeds in view of the road, allowing you to anticipate problems. excess of 25 mph (40 km/h) should be avoided when in They are not designed for cornering at the same speeds as 4WD LOW range.

  • Page 398

    396 STARTING AND OPERATING drive through water, try to determine the depth and the Standing Water bottom condition (and location of any obstacles) prior to Avoid driving in standing water deeper than 19 inches entering. Proceed with caution and maintain a steady (48 cm), and reduce speed appropriately to minimize controlled speed less than 5 mph (8 km/h) in deep water wave effects.

  • Page 399

    STARTING AND OPERATING 397 Driving In Snow, Mud And Sand Before climbing a steep hill, shift the transmission to a lower gear and shift the 4WD System to 4WD LOW. Use In heavy snow, when pulling a load, or for additional first gear and 4WD LOW for very steep hills.

  • Page 400

    398 STARTING AND OPERATING turning against engine compression drag. This will per- WARNING! (Continued) mit you to control the vehicle speed and direction. down a hill in REVERSE gear carefully. Never back When descending mountains or hills, repeated braking down a hill in NEUTRAL using only the brake. can cause brake fade with loss of braking control.

  • Page 401

    STARTING AND OPERATING 399 • Check threaded fasteners for looseness, particularly on WARNING! the chassis, drivetrain components, steering, and sus- pension. Retighten them, if required, and torque to the Abrasive material in any part of the brakes may cause values specified in the Service Manual. excessive wear or unpredictable braking.

  • Page 402

    400 STARTING AND OPERATING POWER STEERING If the “SERVICE POWER STEERING The electric power steering system will give you good POWER STEERING ASSIST OFF - SERVICE vehicle response and increased ease of maneuverability SYSTEM” message and a steering wheel icon are in tight spaces.

  • Page 403

    STARTING AND OPERATING 401 turns off. Refer to “Electronic Vehicle Information TRAILER TOWING (EVIC)/Driver Information Display (DID)” in “Getting In this section you will find safety tips and information To Know Your Instrument Cluster” for further informa- on limits to the type of towing you can reasonably do tion.

  • Page 404

    402 STARTING AND OPERATING exceed the GVWR. Refer to “Vehicle Loading/Vehicle Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR) Certification Label” in “Starting And Operating” for The GAWR is the maximum capacity of the front and rear further information. axles. Distribute the load over the front and rear axles evenly.

  • Page 405

    STARTING AND OPERATING 403 Tongue Weight (TW) Weight-Carrying Hitch The tongue weight is the downward force exerted on the A weight-carrying hitch supports the trailer tongue hitch ball by the trailer. The recommended tongue weight weight, just as if it were luggage located at a hitch ball or is 10% to 15% of the vehicle’s GTW for a conventional some other connecting point of the vehicle.

  • Page 406

    404 STARTING AND OPERATING safety. The addition of a friction/hydraulic sway control WARNING! (Continued) also dampens sway caused by traffic and crosswinds and • Weight Distributing Systems contributes positively to tow vehicle and trailer stability. compatible with Surge Brake Couplers. Consult Trailer sway control and a weight distributing (load equalizing) hitch are recommended for heavier Tongue with your hitch and trailer manufacturer or a repu-...

  • Page 407

    STARTING AND OPERATING 405 Trailer Hitch Classification Definitions Class Max. Trailer Hitch Industry Standards Class I - Light Duty 2,000 lbs (907 kg) Class II - Medium Duty 3,500 lbs (1 587 kg) Class III - Heavy Duty 5,000 lbs (2 268 kg) Class IV - Extra Heavy Duty 10,000 lbs (4 540 kg) Refer to the “Trailer Towing Weights (Maximum Trailer Weight Ratings)”...

  • Page 408

    406 STARTING AND OPERATING Trailer Towing Weights (Maximum Trailer Weight 1.4L Turbo Engine Ratings) Trailer towing is not recommended. The following chart provides the maximum trailer weight ratings towable for your given drivetrain. Engine Max. GTW (Gross Trailer Wt.) Max. Tongue Wt. (See Note) 2.4L 2,000 lbs (900 kg) 200 lbs (90 kg)

  • Page 409

    STARTING AND OPERATING 407 • The weight of any other type of cargo or equipment put in or on your vehicle. • The weight of the driver and all passengers. NOTE: Remember that everything put into or on the trailer adds to the load on your vehicle. Also, additional factory-installed options or dealer-installed options must be considered as part of the total load on your vehicle.

  • Page 410

    408 STARTING AND OPERATING Towing Requirements WARNING! (Continued) To promote proper break-in of your new vehicle drive- • When hauling cargo, or towing a trailer, do not train components, the following guidelines are recom- overload your vehicle or trailer. Overloading can mended: cause a loss of control, poor performance, or dam- age to brakes, axle, engine, transmission, steering,...

  • Page 411

    STARTING AND OPERATING 409 WARNING! (Continued) CAUTION! (Continued) • Total weight must be distributed between the tow • Then, during the first 500 miles (805 km) that a vehicle and the trailer such that the following four trailer is towed, do not drive over 50 mph (80 km/h) ratings are not exceeded: and do not make starts at full throttle.

  • Page 412

    410 STARTING AND OPERATING • Check for signs of tire wear or visible tire damage • An electronically actuated trailer brake controller is before towing a trailer. Refer to “Tires – General required when towing a trailer with electronically Information” in “Starting And Operating” for the actuated brakes.

  • Page 413

    STARTING AND OPERATING 411 Towing Requirements — Trailer Lights And Wiring WARNING! (Continued) Whenever you pull a trailer, regardless of the trailer size, • Towing any trailer will increase your stopping stoplights and turn signals on the trailer are required for distance.

  • Page 414

    412 STARTING AND OPERATING Four-Pin Connector Seven-Pin Connector 1 — Female Pins 4 — Park 1 — Battery 5 — Ground 2 — Male Pin 5 — Left Stop/Turn 2 — Backup Lamps 6 — Left Stop/Turn 3 — Ground 6 —...

  • Page 415

    STARTING AND OPERATING 413 Towing Tips AutoStick • When using the AutoStick shift control, select the Before setting out on a trip, practice turning, stopping, and backing the trailer in an area located away from highest gear that allows for adequate performance and heavy traffic.

  • Page 416

    414 STARTING AND OPERATING Electronic Speed Control — If Equipped City Driving • Do not use in hilly terrain or with heavy loads. When stopped for short periods of time, shift the trans- mission into NEUTRAL and increase engine idle speed. •...

  • Page 417

    STARTING AND OPERATING 415 RECREATIONAL TOWING Towing This Vehicle Behind Another Vehicle FOUR-WHEEL FRONT WHEEL DRIVE (FWD) DRIVE (4WD) MANUAL/ TOWING WHEELS OFF THE AUTOMATIC MANUAL AUTOMATIC CONDITION GROUND TRANSMISSION TRANSMISSION TRANSMISSION Flat Tow NONE NOT ALLOWED NOT ALLOWED NOT ALLOWED Dolly Tow REAR NOT ALLOWED...

  • Page 418

    416 STARTING AND OPERATING Recreational Towing CAUTION! Models With Front-Wheel Drive (FWD) • DO NOT flat tow this vehicle. Damage to the Recreational towing is allowed ONLY if the front wheels drivetrain will result. If this vehicle requires tow- are OFF the ground. This may be accomplished using a ing, make sure the drive wheels are OFF the tow dolly (front wheels off the ground) or vehicle trailer ground.

  • Page 419

    STARTING AND OPERATING 417 Models With Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) Recreational towing (with all four wheels on the ground, or using a towing dolly) is NOT ALLOWED. This vehicle may be towed on a flatbed or vehicle trailer provided all four wheels are OFF the ground. CAUTION! Towing this vehicle with ANY of its wheels on the ground can cause severe transmission and/or power...

  • Page 421

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CONTENTS ▫ Engine Compartment Fuses/Distribution HAZARD WARNING FLASHERS ...421 Unit .......454 ASSIST AND 9–1–1 —...

  • Page 422

    420 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY ▫ Tire Service Kit — If Equipped ... .478 IGNITION KEY REMOVAL OVERRIDE ..491 JUMP STARTING ..... .482 FREEING A STUCK VEHICLE .

  • Page 423

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 421 HAZARD WARNING FLASHERS ASSIST AND 9–1–1 — IF EQUIPPED The Hazard Warning flasher switch is located on the If equipped, the overhead console contains an ASSIST switch bank below the radio. and a 9-1-1 button. Push the switch to turn on the Hazard Warning Flasher.

  • Page 424

    422 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY • Vehicle Customer Care – Total support for all other NOTE: The ASSIST and 9–1–1 features operate through the Uconnect® Access service. These buttons will only vehicle issues. operate as long as your Uconnect® Access service is 9-1-1 Call active.

  • Page 425

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 423 3. Once a connection between the vehicle and a 9-1-1 NOTE: Once a connection is made between the vehicle’s operator is made, the 9-1-1 Call system may transmit 9-1-1 Call system and the 9-1-1 operator, the 9-1-1 opera- the following important vehicle information to a 9-1-1 tor may be able to open a voice connection with the operator:...

  • Page 426

    424 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY WARNING! WARNING! (Continued) DURING OR AFTER AN ACCIDENT), THE • If anyone in the vehicle could be in danger (e.g., UCONNECT FEATURES, APPS AND SERVICES, fire or smoke is visible, dangerous road conditions AMONG OTHERS, WILL NOT OPERATE. or location), do not wait for voice contact from a •...

  • Page 427

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 425 If the 9-1-1 Call system detects a malfunction, any of the WARNING! (Continued) following may occur at the time the malfunction is • The Occupant Restraint Control module turns on detected, and at the beginning of each ignition cycle: the air bag Warning Light on the instrument panel •...

  • Page 428

    426 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY • The 9-1-1 Call system software and/or hardware are NOTE: Never place anything on or near the vehicle’s damaged during a crash. wireless and GPS antennas. You could prevent wireless and GPS signal reception, which can prevent your vehicle •...

  • Page 429

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 427 • Before replacing a bulb that is not functioning check BULB REPLACEMENT that the fuse is intact. General Information NOTE: Lens fogging can occur under certain atmo- • Before you replace a bulb check the contacts to be sure spheric conditions.

  • Page 430

    428 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Lamps Bulb Number Interior Lights Dome Light (Glove Box) Exterior Bulbs Lamps Bulb Number Low Beam/High Beam Headlamps Front Position/Daytime Running Lights (DRL ) P21/5W Front Direction Indicator Lamps PY21W Front Fog Lamps Side Indicators (Front And Side View Mirror) WY5W Tail/Brake Lights/Turn Indicators P21W...

  • Page 431

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 429 Replacing Exterior Bulbs Headlamps Hi/Lo Beam Light Halogen To replace the bulbs proceed as follows: 1. Open the engine compartment and remove the head- lamp bulb cap. Headlamp Bulb Cap...

  • Page 432

    430 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 2. Rotate the headlamp bulb socket counterclockwise 3. Push on the locking tab on the headlamp bulb connec- then pull outwards. tor and remove the bulb and socket. Headlamp Bulb Socket Headlamp Bulb Connector...

  • Page 433

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 431 WARNING! Carry out the operation of replacing lamps only with the engine off. Also make sure that the engine is cold, to avoid the danger of burns. Position Lights/Daytime Running Lights/Fog Lights To replace the bulbs proceed as follows: 1.

  • Page 434

    432 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Position Light/Daytime Running Light/Fog Light Access Electrical Connectors 4. Rotate in a counterclockwise direction (on the left- 1 — Screws hand socket) or in a clockwise direction (on the 2 — Access Door right-hand socket) and remove the bulb and bulb socket.

  • Page 435

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 433 Position Light/Daytime Running Light Assembly 1 — DRL Bulb Socket Bulb and Socket Assembly 2 — Turn Signal Bulb Socket 1 — Bulb 5. To replace the bulb gently push bulb and rotate 2 — Rotate Bulb counterclockwise.

  • Page 436

    434 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 6. Insert the new bulb by pushing on it and turning it 2. Use a suitable tool to remove the access door. clockwise. Make sure the bulb is correctly locked in place. 7. Install the bulb and sockets and rotate them clockwise (right side) and clockwise (left side), making sure that it is properly locked.

  • Page 437

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 435 3. By pushing the electrical connector tab remove the 4. Rotate the bulb counterclockwise, and then replace the electrical connector. bulb. 5. Insert the new bulb in the socket, making sure the bulb is locked into place. 6.

  • Page 438

    436 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Side Indicators 2. Remove lamp assembly by sliding it toward the out- side. Front Side Indicators To replace the bulb proceed as follows: 1. Operating from inside the engine compartment using a suitable tool release the retaining clip. Lamp Assembly Lamp Retaining Clip...

  • Page 439

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 437 3. Remove the electrical connector by pushing the tab then disconnect the electrical connector. Bulb Socket 5. Remove the bulb from the socket Electrical Connector 4. Rotate counterclockwise to release the bulb socket from the lamp assembly, and remove it.

  • Page 440

    438 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 8. Reconnect the electrical connector. 9. Reinstall the lamp assembly on the car, making sure it is locked into place. Side Indicators on External Rear View Mirrors – (If Equipped) CAUTION! The procedure is described as a guideline. For the replacement of the lamp it is recommended that you contact your authorized dealer.

  • Page 441

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 439 To replace the bulb proceed as follows: 1. Remove the mirror cap on the outside rear view mirror. Removing the mirror cap Mirror Cap 2. Remove the transparent lens assembly as shown.

  • Page 442

    440 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Transparent Lens 3. Remove the bulb socket and bulb from the transparent lens assembly by rotating the socket counterclockwise. Transparent Lens Assembly 4. Remove the bulb from the bulb socket by pulling the bulb straight out.

  • Page 443

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 441 7. Reinstall the cover on the outside rear view mirror, making sure it is locked into place. Rear Tail Lamps Contain the following: • Position lights • Stop lights • Direction indicator • REVERSE lights Bulb And Socket Assembly 1 —...

  • Page 444

    442 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY To replace the bulbs proceed as follows: 4. Disconnect the electrical connector by pushing the release. 1. Open the liftgate. 2. Using a suitable tool remove the door as shown. Rear Lamp Fastener and Electrical Connector 1 —...

  • Page 445

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 443 5. Remove the rear tail lamp, sliding it toward the outside as shown. Rear Lamp Assembly 1 — Mounting Screws 7. Replace the bulb as necessary. Tail Lamp Removal 6. Unscrew the screws and remove the rear tail lamp holder.

  • Page 446

    444 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 9. Reassemble the lamp assembly on the rear tail lamp housing, tightening the screws. 10. Reposition the rear tail lamp on the car. 11. Secure the fastener of the rear tail lamp and reconnect the electrical connector. 12.

  • Page 447

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 445 License Plate Lights To replace the bulbs proceed as follows: 1. Using a suitable tool remove the license plate lens. License Plate Light 2. Remove the bulbs from the individual side contacts. 3. Insert the new bulbs, and ensure that they are properly locked between the contacts.

  • Page 448

    446 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY NOTE: If removal the license plate lens using a screw- driver, be sure to cover the tip of the screwdriver with a cloth so no damage is done to the lenses or the vehicle paint. Replacing Interior Bulbs Front Courtesy Light To replace the bulbs proceed as follows:...

  • Page 449

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 447 2. Release the retainer clips and bulb housing as shown. Front Courtesy Bulb Housing 4. Insert the new bulbs, making sure that they are Front Courtesy Bulb Housing properly locked. 1 — Retaining Clips 2 — Bulb Housing 5.

  • Page 450

    448 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 6. Install the front courtesy light making sure that it is properly locked. Dome Light Vanity Mirror To replace the bulbs proceed as follows: 1. Lift the cover of the mirror and pull out the visor mirror light cover.

  • Page 451

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 449 Dome Light Glove Compartment 3. Insert the new bulb, making sure it is properly locked. To replace the bulb proceed as follows: Rear Dome Light — Without Retractable Roof To replace the bulbs proceed as follows: 1.

  • Page 452

    450 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Dome Light — MY SKY To replace the bulbs proceed as follows: 1. Lower the handle in the direction shown remove the dome light. Rear Dome Light Housing 1 — Bulb 2 — Flap 3. Insert the new bulb, locking it between the contacts. Retractable Roof Light 4.

  • Page 453

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 451 1. Open the luggage compartment and remove the dome light assembly. 2. Open the light cover and replace the bulb. Bulb 3. Insert the new bulb, locking it between the contacts. 4. Reinstall the dome light. Light Cover Interior Cargo Lights 3.

  • Page 454

    452 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY FUSES WARNING! • Before proceeding with the replacement of the WARNING! lamp wait for the exhaust pipes are cool: DANGER • When replacing a blown fuse, always use an ap- OF BURNS! propriate replacement fuse with the same amp •...

  • Page 455

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 453 WARNING! (Continued) • If a general protection fuse for safety systems (air bag system, braking system), power unit systems (engine system, gearbox system) or steering system blows, contact an authorized dealer. General Information The fuses protect electrical systems against excessive current.

  • Page 456

    454 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Fuse Removal Access To The Fuses To replace a fuse use the extractor attached to the fuse The fuses are grouped into four controllers located in the cover (located on the inside of the engine compartment engine compartment, under the instrument panel and on fuse cover.

  • Page 457

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 455 Fuse Panel & Cover Location 1 — Mounting Screw 2 — Fuse Cover Engine Compartment Fuse Cavities...

  • Page 458

    456 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Removing Fuse Cover and Locking Screw Proceed as follows: • Slowly turn the screw counterclockwise. • Slowly release the screw. • Remove the fuse cover by sliding it upward. Mounting Fuse Cover and Locking Screw Proceed as follows: •...

  • Page 459

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 457 Cavity Maxi Fuse Cartridge Fuse Micro Fuse Description 70 Amp Tan – – Module Body Computer 70 Amp Tan – – Module Body Com- puter, Rear Distribution Units – 20 Amp Blue – Controller Power Sup- ply Body Computer –...

  • Page 460

    458 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Cavity Maxi Fuse Cartridge Fuse Micro Fuse Description – 30 Amp Pink – Automatic Transmis- sion, GSM – – 5 Amp Tan Control Module Engine – – 15 Amp Blue Horn – – 10 Amp Red – Supply Secondary 1.4 Engines Loads...

  • Page 461

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 459 Cavity Maxi Fuse Cartridge Fuse Micro Fuse Description – – 5 Amp Tan Engine Control Mod- ule Power, Automatic Transmission – – 10 Amp Red – Supply Primary Loads 1.4 Engines 15 Amp Blue – 2.4 Engines –...

  • Page 462

    460 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Cavity Maxi Fuse Cartridge Fuse Micro Fuse Description – – 30 Amp Green Heated Windshield – If Equipped – – 15 Amp Blue Electronic Unit Supply Automatic Transmission – – 20 Amp Yellow (Cus- 12V Rear Cargo Outlet tomer Installed) Constant Battery Pow- ered...

  • Page 463

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 461 Body Computer Fuse Center The controller is located at the left side of the steering column at the bottom of the instrument panel. For the fuse replacement see your authorized dealer. Body Controller Fuse Cavities...

  • Page 464

    462 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Cavity Mini Fuse Description 7.5 Amp Brown Flashes/Electrical Movement Front Seats/Fan Air Conditioning 20 Amp Yellow Power Window Front (Driver Side) 20 Amp Yellow Power Window Front (Passenger Side) 15 Amp Blue Supply Uconnect® System, Air Condi- tioning, Alarm, Power Folding Outside Mirrors, USB Port 10 Amp Red...

  • Page 465

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 463 Cavity Mini Fuse Description 7.5 Amp Brown Supply ParkSense, Spot Lights Front Dome, Mirror, Electric Motor Retractable Roof, Heated Front Seats, Stabilizer Bat- tery, ESC System, ESL 7.5 Amp Brown Supply Air Bag 7.5 Amp Brown Alarm Power, Front Courtesy Light, Air Conditioning Compressor, Brake Pedal Switch (NC), Plaque Automatic Trans-...

  • Page 466

    464 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Rear Cargo Fuse/Relay Distribution Unit To access the fuses, remove the access door from the left rear panel of the rear cargo area. Rear Cargo Fuse Cavities 1 — Fuse Holder No. 1 2 — Fuse Holder No. 2 Access Door The fuses may be contained in two units.

  • Page 467

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 465 Fuse Holder No. 1 Cavity Mini Fuse Description 30 Amp Blue Power Inverter 20 Amp Yellow HIFI Audio System 20 Amp Yellow MY SKY 7.5 Amp Brown Lumbar Adjustment Front Seat (Driver Side) 30 Amp Green Power Seat (Driver Side) 7.5 Amp Brown Power Seat (Driver Side And Pas-...

  • Page 468

    466 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Fuse Holder No. 2 Cavity Mini Fuse Description 10 Amp Red Controller Exterior Lighting On Trailer 15 Amp Blue Controller Exterior Lighting Lights (Drivers Side) 15 Amp Blue Controller Exterior Lighting Lights (Passenger Side) JACKING AND TIRE CHANGING WARNING! (Continued) vehicle could slip off the jack and fall on you.

  • Page 469

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 467 WARNING! (Continued) • The jack is designed to be used as a tool for changing tires only. The jack should not be used to lift the vehicle for service purposes. The vehicle should be jacked on a firm level surface only. Avoid ice or slippery areas.

  • Page 470

    468 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 1. Open the liftgate. 5. Remove the jack and wheel bolt wrench. 2. Lift the access cover using the load floor pull strap. 6. Remove the spare tire. WARNING! A loose tire or jack thrown forward in a collision or hard stop could endanger the occupants of the ve- hicle.

  • Page 471

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 469 NOTE: Passengers should not remain in the vehicle WARNING! when the vehicle is being jacked. Do not attempt to change a tire on the side of the Jacking Instructions vehicle close to moving traffic, pull far enough off the road to avoid being hit when operating the jack WARNING! or changing the wheel.

  • Page 472

    470 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY WARNING! (Continued) • Never start or run the engine with the vehicle on a jack. • Do not let anyone sit in the vehicle when it is on a jack. • Do not get under the vehicle when it is on a jack. If Jack Warning Label you need to get under a raised vehicle, take it to a CAUTION!

  • Page 473

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 471 3. Before raising the vehicle, use the wheel bolt wrench to loosen, but not remove, the wheel bolts on the wheel with the flat tire. Turn the wheel bolts counter- clockwise one turn while the wheel is still on the ground.

  • Page 474

    472 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Front Jacking Location Front Jacking Engagement Point...

  • Page 475

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 473 Rear Jacking Location Rear Jacking Engagement Point 5. Raise the vehicle just enough to remove the flat tire.

  • Page 476

    474 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY WARNING! Raising the vehicle higher than necessary can make the vehicle less stable. It could slip off the jack and hurt someone near it. Raise the vehicle only enough to remove the tire. 6. Remove the wheel bolts and tire. 7.

  • Page 477

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 475 NOTE: 9. Lower the vehicle to the ground by turning the jack handle counterclockwise. • Your vehicle may be equipped with a compact spare tire or a limited — use spare tire. For further infor- 10.

  • Page 478

    476 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY WARNING! A loose tire or jack thrown forward in a collision or hard stop could endanger the occupants of the ve- hicle. Always stow the jack parts and the spare tire in the places provided. Have the deflated (flat) tire repaired or replaced immediately.

  • Page 479

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 477 5. Lower the jack until it is free. Remove the wheel WARNING! chocks. Stow the jack and tools back in the proper storage location. Release the Electric Park Brake before To avoid the risk of forcing the vehicle off the jack, driving the vehicle.

  • Page 480

    478 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Tire Service Kit — If Equipped If a tire is punctured, you can make a first emergency repair using the Tire Service Kit located in the rear storage compartment inside the storage container. Tire punctures of up to 1/4” (6 mm) can be repaired; the kit can be used in all weather conditions.

  • Page 481

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 479 WARNING! (Continued) WARNING! (Continued) • Do not use Tire Service Kit or drive the vehicle • A loose Tire Service Kit thrown forward in a under the following circumstances: collision or hard stop could endanger the occupants of the vehicle.

  • Page 482

    480 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY turn off and remove the Tire Service Kit, drive the vehicle WARNING! (Continued) 30 feet (10 meters) back and forth, to better distribute the • Tire Service Kit Sealant solution contains latex. In sealant inside the tire. case of an allergic reaction or rash, consult a phy- Attach the clear flexible filling tube of the compressor sician immediately.

  • Page 483

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 481 NOTE: Replace the sealant canister prior to the expira- WARNING! (Continued) tion date at your authorized dealer. Failure to follow this warning can result in injuries that are serious or fatal to you, your passengers, and others around you.

  • Page 484

    482 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY WARNING! CAUTION! Store the sealant canister in its special compartment, Do not use a portable battery booster pack or any away from sources of heat. Failure to follow this other booster source with a system voltage greater WARNING may result in sealant canister rupture than 12 Volts or damage to the battery, starter motor, and serious injury or death.

  • Page 485

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 483 NOTE: The positive battery post is covered with a protective cap. Lift up on the cap to gain access to the positive battery post. WARNING! • Take care to avoid the radiator cooling fan when- ever the hood is raised.

  • Page 486

    484 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Proceed as follows: Jump Starting Procedure 1. Set the Electric Park Brake, shift the automatic trans- WARNING! mission into PARK (manual transmission in NEU- TRAL) and turn the ignition to STOP/OFF. Failure to follow this jump-starting procedure could result in personal injury or property damage due to 2.

  • Page 487

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 485 3. Connect the negative (-) end of the jumper cable to the 5. Start the engine in the vehicle that has the booster negative (-) post of the booster battery. battery, let the engine idle a few minutes, and then start the engine in the vehicle with the discharged 4.

  • Page 488

    486 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 4. Disconnect the opposite end of the positive (+) jumper Enhanced Accident Response System cable from the positive (+) post of the vehicle with the In the event of an impact, if the communication network discharged battery.

  • Page 489

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 487 • Turn off the Fuel Pump Heater. Customer Action Customer Will See • Turn Off the HVAC Blower Motor. 1. Turn ignition OFF. (Turn Signal Switch Must • Close the HVAC Circulation Door. be placed in Neutral System Reset Procedure State).

  • Page 490

    488 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY REFUELING IN EMERGENCY Customer Action Customer Will See The fuel filling procedure in case of emergency is de- 6. Turn Left Turn Signal Left Turn Light is ON scribed in the “Emergency Refueling Procedure”. Refer to Switch ON.

  • Page 491

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 489 supplement to the radiator and aids in removing heat CAUTION! from the engine cooling system. Driving with a hot cooling system could damage WARNING! your vehicle. If the temperature gauge reads “H,” pull over and stop the vehicle. Idle the vehicle with You or others can be badly burned by hot engine the air conditioner turned off until the pointer drops coolant (antifreeze) or steam from your radiator.

  • Page 492

    490 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 3. Carefully separate the shift lever bezel and boot assembly from the center console. Removing Shift Lever Bezel Shift Lever Bezel Location 4. Push and maintain firm pressure on the brake pedal.

  • Page 493

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 491 5. Insert a small screwdriver or similar tool down into 6. Move the shift lever to the NEUTRAL position. the shift lever override access hole (at the right front 7. The vehicle may then be started in NEUTRAL. corner of the shift lever assembly), and push and hold the override release lever down.

  • Page 494

    492 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 3. Pull the steering wheel outward until it is in the end of the travel position, then lock the steering column in position and push the control handle up until fully engaged. 4. Using the special tool supplied (located in the tool bag), remove the screws in the lower steering column trim cover and remove it.

  • Page 495

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 493 Lower Steering Column Cover Release Tab Location 1 — Trim Screws 5. With one hand, pull down on the release tab and with the other, pull out the ignition key.

  • Page 496

    494 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY FREEING A STUCK VEHICLE If your vehicle becomes stuck in mud, sand or snow, it can often be moved using a rocking motion. Turn the steering wheel right and left to clear the area around the front wheels.

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    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 495 more than two seconds, you must push the brake pedal CAUTION! (Continued) to engage DRIVE or REVERSE. It can also damage the tires. Do not spin the wheels above 30 mph (48 km/h) while in gear (no trans- CAUTION! mission shifting occurring).

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    496 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY TOWING THE CAR/TOWING A DISABLED VEHICLE This section describes procedures for towing a disabled vehicle using a commercial towing service. FWD MODELS FOUR WHEEL DRIVE Towing Wheels AUTOMATIC MANUAL TRANSMIS- AUTOMATIC/MANUAL Condition OFF the TRANSMISSION SION TRANSMISSION 4X4 Ground...

  • Page 499

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 497 main structural members of the vehicle, not to bumpers CAUTION! or associated brackets. State and local laws regarding • Do not use sling type equipment when towing. vehicles under tow must be observed. Vehicle damage may occur. NOTE: Vehicles with a discharged battery or total elec- •...

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    498 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CAUTION! CAUTION! (Continued) • Front or rear wheel lifts must not be used. Internal Towing this vehicle in violation of the above require- damage to the transmission or power transfer unit ments can cause severe transmission damage. Dam- will occur if a front or rear wheel lift is used when age from improper towing is not covered under the towing.

  • Page 501

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 499 NOTE: For off-road recovery, it is recommended to use both of the front tow hooks to minimize the risk of damage to the vehicle. Rear Tow Hook Location Vehicles Equipped With RKE Transmitter With An Integrated Vehicle Key Turn the ignition key to the MAR/RUN and then STOP/ Front Tow Hook Locations...

  • Page 502

    500 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Vehicles With Keyless Enter-N-Go™ CAUTION! Place the ignition in the RUN and subsequently on STOP, Tow hooks are for emergency use only, to rescue a without opening the door. During towing remember that vehicle stranded off road. Do not use tow hooks for not having the aid of the power brakes and the electro- tow truck hookup or highway towing.

  • Page 503

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE CONTENTS ▫ Engine Oil ......517 EMISSIONS INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE PROGRAMS .

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    502 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE ▫ Brake System ......535 ▫ Tire Pressures For High Speed Operation ..563 ▫...

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    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 503 EMISSIONS INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Your vehicle has a simple ignition actuated test, which you PROGRAMS can use prior to going to the test station. To check if your vehicle’s OBD II system is ready, you must do the following: In some localities, it may be a legal requirement to pass an inspection of your vehicle’s emissions control system.

  • Page 506

    504 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE • The MIL will not flash at all and will remain fully REPLACEMENT PARTS illuminated until you place the ignition in the off Use of genuine parts for normal/scheduled maintenance position or start the engine. This means that your and repairs is highly recommended to ensure the de- vehicle’s OBD II system is ready and you can proceed signed performance.

  • Page 507

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 505 NOTE: Intentional tampering with emissions control Based on engine operation conditions, the oil change systems may void your warranty and could result in civil indicator message will illuminate in the instrument clus- penalties being assessed against you. ter.

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    506 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE • Check function of all interior and exterior lights. NOTE: Under no circumstances should oil change inter- vals exceed 10,000 miles (16,000 km) or one year, which- Required Maintenance Intervals. ever comes first. At Every Oil Change Interval As Indicated By Oil Severe Duty All Models Change Indicator System:...

  • Page 509

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 507 Maintenance Chart Mileage or time passed (whichever comes first) Years Or Kilometers Check tire condition/wear and adjust pressure, if necessary, • • • • • • • • • • • • • •...

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    508 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE Mileage or time passed (whichever comes first) Years Or Kilometers Check and, if necessary, top up fluid levels (brakes/ • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •...

  • Page 511

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 509 Mileage or time passed (whichever comes first) Years Or Kilometers Check windshield/rear window • • • • • • • • wiper blade position/wear. Check operation of windshield • • • • • •...

  • Page 512

    510 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE Mileage or time passed (whichever comes first) Years Or Kilometers Check the front suspension, • • • • • • • tie rods, CV joints and replace if necessary. Visual inspect the condition of •...

  • Page 513

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 511 Mileage or time passed (whichever comes first) Years Or Kilometers • • • Inspect the PTU fluid level. Inspect the rear differential • • • fluid level. Replace spark plugs • • • •...

  • Page 514

    512 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE Mileage or time passed (whichever comes first) Years Or Kilometers Change the manual transmis- sion fluid if using your vehicle for any of the following: trailer towing, heavy loading, taxi, police, delivery service (com- •...

  • Page 515

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 513 Mileage or time passed (whichever comes first) Years Or Kilometers Replace the timing belt (1.4L • Turbo Engine). Recommend replacement (**) The spark plug change is distance based only, yearly intervals do not apply. The following are essential to •...

  • Page 516

    514 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE • Strictly comply with the spark plug replacement inter- val given in the “Maintenance Schedule” for spark plug replacement. • Contact your authorized dealer if you have any ques- tions. WARNING! • You can be badly injured working on or around a motor vehicle.

  • Page 517

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 515 ENGINE COMPARTMENT — 1.4L TURBO ENGINE 1 — Air Cleaner Filter 4 — Battery 7 — Coolant Pressure Cap 2 — Engine Oil Dipstick 5 — Power Distribution Center (Fuses) 8 — Coolant Pressure Bottle 3 —...

  • Page 518

    516 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE ENGINE COMPARTMENT — 2.4L ENGINE 1 — Engine Air Cleaner Filter 4 — Brake Fluid Reservoir 7 — Washer Fluid Reservoir 2 — Engine Oil Dipstick 5 — Battery 8 — Coolant Pressure Bottle 3 —...

  • Page 519

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 517 MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES CAUTION! (Continued) The pages that follow contain the required maintenance • Your vehicle has been built with improved fluids services determined by the engineers who designed your that protect the performance and durability of your vehicle.

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    518 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE after a fully warmed engine is shut off. Do not check oil CAUTION! (Continued) level before starting the engine after it has sat overnight. temperature. This loss of oil pressure and increased Checking engine oil level when the engine is cold will oil temperature could damage your engine.

  • Page 521

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 519 Engine Oil Selection — 1.4L Turbo Engine Engine Oil Viscosity (SAE Grade) — 1.4L Turbo Engine For best performance and maximum protection for tur- bocharged engines under all types of operating condi- MOPAR® SAE 5W-40 synthetic engine oil or equivalent tions, the manufacturer recommends synthetic engine Pennzoil®...

  • Page 522

    520 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE Lubricants which do not have both the engine oil certi- Engine Oil Filter fication mark and the correct SAE viscosity grade num- The engine oil filter should be replaced with a new filter ber should not be used.

  • Page 523

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 521 Maintenance-Free Battery WARNING! Your vehicle is equipped with a maintenance-free battery. The air induction system (air cleaner, hoses, etc.) can You will never have to add water, nor is periodic main- provide a measure of protection in the case of engine tenance required.

  • Page 524

    522 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE WARNING! (Continued) CAUTION! (Continued) an output greater than 12 Volts. Do not allow cable battery case. Cable clamps should be tight on the clamps to touch each other. terminal posts and free of corrosion. •...

  • Page 525

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 523 WARNING! CAUTION! • Use only refrigerants and compressor lubricants Do not use chemical flushes in your air conditioning approved by the manufacturer for your air condi- system as the chemicals can damage your air condi- tioning system.

  • Page 526

    524 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE Body Lubrication Wiper Blades Locks and all body pivot points, including such items as Clean the rubber edges of the wiper blades and the seat tracks, door hinge pivot points and rollers, liftgate, windshield and rear window periodically with a sponge tailgate, decklid, sliding doors and hood hinges, should or soft cloth and a mild nonabrasive cleaner.

  • Page 527

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 525 NOTE: Life expectancy of wiper blades varies depending At every valid activation of Service Position command, on geographical area and frequency of use. Poor perfor- the wiper blades are activated for 250 ms. mance of blades may be present with chattering, marks, The Service Position command can be repeated several water lines or wet spots.

  • Page 528

    526 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE Front Wiper Blade Removal/Installation 1. Lift the front wiper arm upward to raise the wiper blade off of the windshield. 2. Push the release button on the arm of the wiper blade. 3. Push the wiper blade up the and remove it. 1 —...

  • Page 529

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 527 Rear Wiper Blade Removal/Installation Refer to “Engine Compartment” in this section for fur- ther information. 1. Carefully lift the rear wiper arm upward to raise the wiper blade off of the liftgate glass. WARNING! 2.

  • Page 530

    528 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE have an authorized technician inspect the complete ex- WARNING! (Continued) haust system and adjacent body areas for broken, dam- be grass or leaves coming into contact with your aged, deteriorated, or mispositioned parts. Open seams exhaust system.

  • Page 531

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 529 the vehicle, turn off the engine and allow it to cool. CAUTION! (Continued) Service, including a tune-up to manufacturer’s specifica- performance, have your vehicle serviced promptly. tions, should be obtained immediately. Continued operation of your vehicle with a severe To minimize the possibility of catalytic converter dam- malfunction could cause the converter to overheat, age:...

  • Page 532

    530 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE Cooling System applicable). If the engine coolant (antifreeze) is dirty or rusty in appearance, the system should be drained, flushed and refilled with fresh engine coolant (anti- WARNING! freeze). Check the front of the A/C condenser for any •...

  • Page 533

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 531 Refer to the “Maintenance Schedule” for the proper CAUTION! (Continued) maintenance intervals. coolant (antifreeze) is introduced into the cooling Selection Of Coolant system in an emergency, the cooling system will need to be drained, flushed, and refilled with fresh Refer to “Fluids, Lubricants, And Genuine Parts”...

  • Page 534

    532 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE • Mix a minimum solution of 50% OAT engine coolant Adding Coolant that meets the requirements of FCA Material Standard Your vehicle has been built with an improved engine MS.90032 and distilled water. Use higher concentra- coolant (OAT coolant conforming to MS.90032) that al- tions (not to exceed 70%) if temperatures below −34°...

  • Page 535

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 533 NOTE: The cap should be inspected and cleaned if there is any accumulation of foreign material on the sealing surfaces. • Some vehicles require special tools to add coolant properly. Failure to fill these systems properly could WARNING! lead to severe internal engine damage.

  • Page 536

    534 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE Disposal Of Used Engine Coolant As long as the engine operating temperature is satisfactory, the coolant bottle need only be checked once a month. Used ethylene glycol-based engine coolant (antifreeze) is a regulated substance requiring proper disposal. Check When additional engine coolant (antifreeze) is needed to with your local authorities to determine the disposal maintain the proper level, it should be added to the...

  • Page 537

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 535 • Check the coolant freeze point in the radiator and in ONLY the correct type thermostat. Other designs may the coolant expansion bottle. If engine coolant (anti- result in unsatisfactory engine coolant (antifreeze) freeze) needs to be added, the contents of the coolant performance, poor gas mileage, and increased emis- expansion bottle must also be protected against freez-...

  • Page 538

    536 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE Brake Master Cylinder NOTE: If your vehicle is equipped with a manual transmission, the brake fluid reservoir supplies fluid to The fluid level in the master cylinder should be checked both the brake system and the clutch release system. The when performing under hood services, or immediately if two systems are separated in the reservoir, and a leak in the “Brake Warning Light”...

  • Page 539

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 537 WARNING! WARNING! (Continued) cause it to boil unexpectedly during hard or pro- • Use only manufacturer’s recommended brake longed braking, resulting in sudden brake failure. fluid. Refer to “Fluids, Lubricants, And Genuine This could result in a collision. Parts”...

  • Page 540

    538 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE Fluid Level Check CAUTION! Check the fluid level by removing the fill plug. The fluid Use of improper brake fluids will affect overall level should be between the bottom of the fill hole and a clutch system performance.

  • Page 541

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 539 Automatic Transmission — If Equipped CAUTION! (Continued) Selection Of Lubricant in transmission shift quality and/or torque converter shudder. Refer to “Fluids, Lubricants, And Genuine It is important to use the proper transmission fluid to Parts”...

  • Page 542

    540 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE CAUTION! CAUTION! If a transmission fluid leak occurs, visit your autho- Do not use chemical flushes in your transmission as rized dealer immediately. Severe transmission dam- the chemicals can damage your transmission compo- age may occur.

  • Page 543

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 541 Appearance Care And Protection From Corrosion What Causes Corrosion? Corrosion is the result of deterioration or removal of Protection Of Body And Paint From Corrosion paint and protective coatings from your vehicle. Vehicle body care requirements vary according to geo- graphic locations and usage.

  • Page 544

    542 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE • If insects, tar, or other similar deposits have accumu- CAUTION! (Continued) lated on your vehicle, use MOPAR® Super Kleen Bug • If the engine compartment is washed with an high and Tar Remover to remove. pressure jet, keep it at a distance of at least 8 inches •...

  • Page 545

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 543 have your vehicle repaired as soon as possible. The NOTE: If your vehicle is equipped with Dark Vapor or cost of such repairs is considered the responsibility of Black Satin Chrome wheels DO NOT USE wheel cleaners, the owner.

  • Page 546

    544 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE Stain Repel Fabric Cleaning Procedure — If Interior Care Equipped Use MOPAR® Total Clean to clean fabric upholstery and Stain Repel seats may be cleaned in the following man- carpeting. ner: Use MOPAR® Total Clean to clean vinyl upholstery. •...

  • Page 547

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 545 WARNING! CAUTION! Do not use volatile solvents for cleaning purposes. Do not use Alcohol and Alcohol-based and/or Keton Many are potentially flammable, and if used in based cleaning products to clean leather seats, as closed areas they may cause respiratory harm.

  • Page 548

    546 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE Glass Surfaces Instrument Panel Bezels All glass surfaces should be cleaned on a regular basis CAUTION! with MOPAR® Glass Cleaner, or any commercial household-type glass cleaner. Never use an abrasive type When installing hanging air fresheners in your ve- cleaner.

  • Page 549

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 547 2. Dry with a soft cloth. WARNING! Seat Belt Maintenance A frayed or torn belt could rip apart in a collision and Do not bleach, dye or clean the belts with chemical leave you with no protection. Inspect the belt system solvents or abrasive cleaners.

  • Page 550

    548 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE Lifting Point Locations...

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    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 549 TIRE SAFETY INFORMATION NOTE: • P (Passenger) — Metric tire sizing is based on U.S. Tire Markings design standards. P-Metric tires have the letter “P” molded into the sidewall preceding the size designa- tion.

  • Page 552

    550 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE • Temporary spare tires are designed for temporary • High flotation tire sizing is based on U.S. design emergency use only. Temporary high pressure com- standards and it begins with the tire diameter molded pact spare tires have the letter “T”...

  • Page 553

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 551 EXAMPLE: R = Construction code – R means radial construction, or – D means diagonal or bias construction 15, 16, 18 = Rim diameter in inches (in) Service Description: 95 = Load Index –...

  • Page 554

    552 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE EXAMPLE: Load Identification: Absence of the following load identification symbols on the sidewall of the tire indicates a Standard Load (SL) tire: • XL = Extra load (or reinforced) tire, or • LL = Light load tire or •...

  • Page 555

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 553 EXAMPLE: DOT MA L9 ABCD 0301 DOT = Department of Transportation – This symbol certifies that the tire is in compliance with the U.S. Department of Transportation tire safety standards and is approved for highway use MA = Code representing the tire manufacturing location (two digits) L9 = Code representing the tire size (two digits) ABCD = Code used by the tire manufacturer (one to four digits)

  • Page 556

    554 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE Tire Terminology And Definitions Term Definition B-Pillar The vehicle B-Pillar is the structural member of the body located behind the front door. Cold tire inflation pressure is defined as the tire pressure after Cold Tire Inflation Pressure the vehicle has not been driven for at least three hours, or driven less than 1 mile (1.6 km) after sitting for a minimum of three...

  • Page 557

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 555 Tire Loading And Tire Pressure Tire And Loading Information Placard Location NOTE: The proper cold tire inflation pressure is listed on the driver’s side B-Pillar or the rear edge of the driver’s side door. Example Tire Placard Location (Door)

  • Page 558

    556 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE Tire And Loading Information Placard Example Tire Placard Location (B-Pillar) Tire And Loading Information Placard This placard tells you important information about the: 1. Number of people that can be carried in the vehicle. 2.

  • Page 559

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 557 3. Tire size designed for your vehicle. To determine the maximum loading conditions of your vehicle, locate the statement “The combined weight of 4. Cold tire inflation pressures for the front, rear, and occupants and cargo should never exceed XXX lbs or spare tires.

  • Page 560

    558 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 4. The resulting figure equals the available amount of NOTE: cargo and luggage load capacity. For example, if • If your vehicle will be towing a trailer, load from your “XXX” amount equals 1,400 lbs (635 kg) and there will trailer will be transferred to your vehicle.

  • Page 561

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 559...

  • Page 562

    560 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE • Ride Comfort WARNING! Safety Overloading of your tires is dangerous. Overloading can cause tire failure, affect vehicle handling, and WARNING! increase your stopping distance. Use tires of the • Improperly inflated tires are dangerous and can recommended load capacity for your vehicle.

  • Page 563

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 561 Fuel Economy WARNING! (Continued) Underinflated tires will increase tire rolling resistance • Unequal tire pressures from one side of the vehicle resulting in higher fuel consumption. to the other can cause the vehicle to drift to the right or left.

  • Page 564

    562 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE Tire Inflation Pressures Inflation pressures specified on the placard are always “cold tire inflation pressure”. Cold tire inflation pressure The proper cold tire inflation pressure is listed on the is defined as the tire pressure after the vehicle has not driver’s side B-Pillar or rear edge of the driver’s side been driven for at least three hours, or driven less than 1 door.

  • Page 565

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 563 inflation pressure should be increased by 3 psi (21 kPa), WARNING! which equals 1 psi (7 kPa) for every 12°F (7°C) for this outside temperature condition. High speed driving with your vehicle under maxi- mum load is dangerous.

  • Page 566

    564 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE Tire Repair Tire Types If your tire becomes damaged, it may be repaired if it All Season Tires — If Equipped meets the following criteria: All Season tires provide traction for all seasons (Spring, •...

  • Page 567

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 565 Summer tires do not contain the all season designation or Snow Tires mountain/snowflake symbol on the tire sidewall. Use Some areas of the country require the use of snow tires Summer tires only in sets of four; failure to do so may during the Winter.

  • Page 568

    566 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE While studded tires improve performance on ice, skid See the tire pressure monitoring section for more infor- and traction capability on wet or dry surfaces may be mation. poorer than that of non-studded tires. Some states pro- Spare Tires —...

  • Page 569

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 567 Tire Spinning Tread Wear Indicators When stuck in mud, sand, snow, or ice conditions, do not Tread wear indicators are in the original equipment tires spin your vehicle’s wheels above 30 mph (48 km/h) or to help you in determining when your tires should be for longer than 30 seconds continuously without stop- replaced.

  • Page 570

    568 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE worn to the tread wear indicators, the tire should be replaced. Refer to “Replacement Tires” in this section for further information. Life Of Tire The service life of a tire is dependent upon varying factors including, but not limited to: •...

  • Page 571

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 569 Information placard or the Vehicle Certification Label for WARNING! the size designation of your tire. The Load Index and Speed Symbol for your tire will be found on the original Tires and the spare tire should be replaced after six equipment tire sidewall.

  • Page 572

    570 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE WARNING! WARNING! (Continued) • Failure to equip your vehicle with tires having • Do not use a tire, wheel size or rating other than adequate speed capability can result in sudden tire that specified for your vehicle. Some combinations failure and loss of vehicle control.

  • Page 573

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 571 • Install on front tires only Four Wheel Drive (4WD) Non-Trailhawk Models with a Two-Speed Power Takeoff Unit • Due to limited clearance, the following traction de- • The use of 7mm snow chains is permitted with the use vices are recommended: of 215/60R17 and 225/55R18 tires.

  • Page 574

    572 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE CAUTION! (Continued) CAUTION! tire chains or traction devices are used with origi- To avoid damage to your vehicle or tires, observe the nal equipment size tires. following precautions: • Damage to Four Wheel Drive (4WD) Trailhawk •...

  • Page 575

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 573 These effects can be reduced by timely rotation of tires. CAUTION! (Continued) The benefits of rotation are especially worthwhile with • Observe the traction device manufacturer’s instruc- aggressive tread designs such as those on On/Off Road tions on the method of installation, operating type tires.

  • Page 576

    574 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE Front Wheel Drive (FWD) Tire Rotation Four Wheel Drive (4WD) Tire Rotation The suggested Four Wheel Drive (4WD) Tire rotation CAUTION! method is the “forward-cross” shown in the following diagram. Proper operation of four-wheel drive vehicles de- pends on tires of equal size, type and circumference on each wheel.

  • Page 577

    MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE 575 • If you do not disconnect the battery from the electrical CAUTION! (Continued) system, check the battery charge every thirty days. damage to the power transfer unit. Tire rotation • Clean and protect the painted parts by applying pro- schedule should be followed to balance tire wear.

  • Page 578

    576 MAINTAINING AND CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE • Do not drain the engine cooling system. CAUTION! • Whenever you leave the vehicle is stationary for two Before removal of the positive and negative termi- weeks or more, run the at engine idling and for nals to the battery, wait at least a minute with approximately five minutes, with the air conditioning ignition switch in the OFF position and close the...

  • Page 579

    TECHNICAL DATA CONTENTS VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION ....578 FLUID CAPACITIES ....582 ▫...

  • Page 580

    578 TECHNICAL DATA VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION Chassis Number The chassis number (VIN) is stamped on a plate located on the left front corner of the instrument panel cover, which is visible from outside the car through the wind- shield. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)

  • Page 581

    TECHNICAL DATA 579 This number is also stamped on the floor of the passenger WHEEL AND TIRE TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS compartment, near the right front seat. Proper lug nut/bolt torque is very important to ensure that the wheel is properly mounted to the vehicle. Any time a wheel has been removed and reinstalled on the vehicle the lug nuts/bolts should be torqued using a properly calibrated torque wrench.

  • Page 582

    580 TECHNICAL DATA Torque Specifications Lug Nut/Bolt Torque **Lug Nut/ Lug Nut/ Bolt Size Bolt Socket Size 63 Ft-Lbs (86 N·m) M12 x 1.25 17 mm Steel Wheels Only 89 Ft-Lbs (120 N·m) Aluminum Wheels Only **Use only your Authorized Dealer recommended lug nuts/bolts and clean or remove any dirt or oil before Wheel Mounting Surface tightening.

  • Page 583

    TECHNICAL DATA 581 WARNING! To avoid the risk of forcing the vehicle off the jack, do not tighten the lug nuts fully until the vehicle has been lowered. Failure to follow this warning may result in personal injury. Torque Patterns After 25 miles (40 km) check the lug nut/bolt torque to be sure that all the lug nuts/bolts are properly seated against the wheel.

  • Page 584

    582 TECHNICAL DATA FLUID CAPACITIES Metric Fuel (Approximate) 1.4L Turbo/2.4L Engine 12.7 Gallons 48 Liters Engine Oil With Filter 1.4L Turbo Engine (SAE 5W-40 Synthetic, API Certified) 4.0 Quarts 3.8 Liters 2.4L Engine (SAE 0W-20, API Certified) 5.5 Quarts 5.2 Liters Cooling System * 1.4L Turbo Engine (MOPAR®...

  • Page 585

    TECHNICAL DATA 583 FLUIDS, LUBRICANTS, AND GENUINE PARTS Engine Component Fluid, Lubricant, or Genuine Part Engine Coolant We recommend you use MOPAR® Antifreeze/Coolant 10 Year/150,000 Mile Formula OAT (Organic Additive Technology) or equivalent meeting the requirements of FCA Material Standard MS.90032. Engine Oil –...

  • Page 586

    584 TECHNICAL DATA Chassis Component Fluid, Lubricant, or Genuine Part Manual Transmission – If Equipped We recommend you use MOPAR® C Series Manual & Dual Dry Clutch Transmission Fluid. Automatic Transmission – If Equipped Use only MOPAR® ZF 8&9 Speed ATF™ Automatic Transmission Fluid, or equivalent.

  • Page 587

    MULTIMEDIA CONTENTS ▫ Radio Operation ..... .627 Uconnect® SETTINGS....587 ▫...

  • Page 588

    586 MULTIMEDIA ▫ Media......635 ▫ Mobile App (6.5A/6.5AN) ....641 ▫...

  • Page 589

    MULTIMEDIA 587 Uconnect® SETTINGS The Uconnect® system uses a combination of buttons on the touchscreen and buttons on the faceplate located on the center of the instrument panel that allow you to access and change the customer programmable features. Many features can vary by vehicle. Uconnect®...

  • Page 590

    588 MULTIMEDIA Buttons On The Faceplate Buttons on the faceplate are located below, and beside the Uconnect® system in the center of the instrument panel. In addition, there is a Scroll/Enter control knob located on the right side. Turn the control knob to scroll through menus and change settings (i.e., 30, 60, 90), push the center of the control knob one or more times to select or change a setting (i.e., ON, OFF).

  • Page 591

    MULTIMEDIA 589 Buttons On The Touchscreen When making a selection, press the button on the touch- screen to enter the desired mode. Once in the desired Buttons on the touchscreen are accessible on the mode, press and release the preferred setting and make Uconnect®...

  • Page 592

    590 MULTIMEDIA • Display Mode Nederlands/Polski/Português/Türkçe) for all display no- menclature, including the trip functions and the navigation When in this display you may select the “Auto” or system (if equipped). Press the “Language” button on the “Manual” display settings. To change Mode status, press touchscreen, then press the desired language button on the and release the “Auto”...

  • Page 593

    MULTIMEDIA 591 in the Electronic Vehicle Information System (EVIC) or After the desired setting has been selected, press the back Driver Information Display (DID). The following select- arrow or Done button on the touchscreen to return to the able units of measure are listed below: previous menu.

  • Page 594

    592 MULTIMEDIA touchscreen and select from “Always,” “With Help” or Status setting press the “Show Time Status” button on the “Never.” Press the back arrow button on the touchscreen touchscreen and select from “ON” or “OFF.” Press the to return to the previous menu. back arrow or Done button on the touchscreen to return to the previous menu.

  • Page 595

    MULTIMEDIA 593 • ParkView® Backup Camera Active Guide Lines — If Safety/Assistance Equipped After pressing the “Safety/Assistance” button on the touchscreen the following settings will be available: When this feature is enabled, active (dynamic) grid lines are overlaid on the Rear Backup Camera image to •...

  • Page 596

    594 MULTIMEDIA is the Far setting. This means the system will warn you of For further information, refer to “Forward Collision a possible collision with the vehicle in front of you when Warning-Plus (FCW+) With Mitigation” in “Safety.” you are farther away. This gives you the most reaction •...

  • Page 597

    MULTIMEDIA 595 • LaneSense Warning — If Equipped The chime volume settings include “LOW,” “MEDIUM,” and “HIGH.” The factory default volume setting is When this feature is selected, it sets the distance at which MEDIUM. the steering wheel will provide feedback for potential •...

  • Page 598

    596 MULTIMEDIA • Blind Spot Alert — If Equipped NOTE: If your vehicle has experienced any damage in the area where the sensor is located, even if the fascia is When this feature is selected, the Blind Spot Alert feature not damaged, the sensor may have become misaligned.

  • Page 599

    MULTIMEDIA 597 • Electric Park Brake Service Mode NOTE: The greater the sensitivity set, the less the exter- nal light variation required to turn on the lights (e.g. with This feature provides a means for a technician or vehicle a setting on level 3 at sunset the headlights turn on earlier owner to utilize a vehicle integrated, menu driven system, to than in levels 1 and 2).

  • Page 600

    598 MULTIMEDIA • Greeting Lights press the “Daytime Running Lights” button on the touch- screen, then choose “Yes” or “No.” The button will When this feature is selected, it allows the greeting lights highlight indicating that the setting has been selected. to be turned On or Off.

  • Page 601

    MULTIMEDIA 599 • Auto Unlock On Exit selected with or without the Sound Horn on Lock feature selected. To make your selection, press the “Flash Lights When this feature is selected, all doors will unlock when w/Lock” button on the touchscreen, then choose “On” or the vehicle is stopped and the transmission is in the “Off.”...

  • Page 602

    600 MULTIMEDIA • Horn With Lock • Passive Entry When this feature is selected, the horn will sound when This feature allows you to lock and unlock the vehicle’s the Key Fob Lock button is pressed. To make your door(s) without having to press the Remote Keyless selection, press the “Horn w/Lock”...

  • Page 603

    MULTIMEDIA 601 • Engine Off Power Delay — If Equipped NOTE: If “All” is programmed, all doors will unlock no matter which Passive Entry equipped door handle is When this feature is selected, the power window grasped. If “Driver” is programmed, only the driver’s switches, radio, Uconnect®...

  • Page 604

    602 MULTIMEDIA Delay status press the “+” or “–” button on the touch- Compass Settings — If Equipped screen to select your desired time interval. Press the back After pressing the “Compass Settings” button on the arrow/Done button on the touchscreen to return to the touchscreen the following settings will be available: previous menu.

  • Page 605

    MULTIMEDIA 603 by pressing the “ON” button on the touchscreen and completing one or more 360-degree turns (in an area free from large metal or metallic objects). The compass will now function normally. Audio After pressing the “Audio” button on the touchscreen the following settings will be available: •...

  • Page 606

    604 MULTIMEDIA • Balance/Fade touchscreen, then choose “Yes” or “No.” The button will highlight indicating that the setting has been selected. When in this display you may adjust the Balance and Press the back arrow/Done button on the touchscreen. Fade settings. •...

  • Page 607

    MULTIMEDIA 605 Phone/Bluetooth® touchscreen, select the channels you would like to skip followed by pressing the back arrow button on the After pressing the “Phone/Bluetooth®” button on the touchscreen. touchscreen the following settings will be available: • Subscription Information • Paired Phones New vehicle purchasers or lessees will receive a free This feature shows which phones are paired to the limited time subscription to SiriusXM Satellite Radio...

  • Page 608

    606 MULTIMEDIA Restore Settings Clear Personal Data After pressing the “Restore Settings” button on the After pressing the “Clear Personal Data Settings” button touchscreen the following settings will be available: on the touchscreen the following settings will be avail- able: •...

  • Page 609

    MULTIMEDIA 607 Customer Programmable Features — Uconnect® your selection. Once the setting is complete, either press 6.5A/6.5AN Settings the Back Arrow button on the touchscreen to return to the previous menu, or press the “X” button on the touch- Press the Settings button to display the menu setting screen to close out of the settings screen.

  • Page 610

    608 MULTIMEDIA • Set Language NOTE: When Day or Night is selected for the Display Mode, the usage of the Parade Mode feature will cause When in this display, you may select one of multiple the radio to activate the Display Brightness Day control languages (English/Español/Français) for all display no- even though the headlights are on.

  • Page 611

    MULTIMEDIA 609 Units Voice • Units After pressing the “Voice” button on the touchscreen the following settings will be available: When in this display, you may select to have the Elec- • Voice Response Length tronic Vehicle Information System (EVIC) or Driver In- formation Display (DID), odometer, and navigation sys- When in this display, you may change the Voice Re- tem (if equipped) changed between US and Metric units...

  • Page 612

    610 MULTIMEDIA • Set Day Clock After pressing the “Clock” button on the touchscreen the This feature will allow you to set the day. To make your following settings will be available: selection, press the “–” or “+” buttons on the touchscreen to adjust the day up or down.

  • Page 613

    MULTIMEDIA 611 • Set Hours touchscreen. Press the “12hrs” or “24hrs” button on the touchscreen. Press the back arrow button on the touch- This feature will allow you to adjust the hours. The Sync screen to return to the previous menu. Time with GPS “On”...

  • Page 614

    612 MULTIMEDIA • LaneSense Warning — If Equipped the “Fwd Collision Warning” button and select the “Near” or “Far” button. Press the back arrow/Done When this feature is selected, it sets the distance at which button on the touchscreen to return to the previous the steering wheel will provide feedback for potential menu.

  • Page 615

    MULTIMEDIA 613 can be set at “Low,” “Med” or “High.” To change the previous menu. Refer to “ParkSense®” in “Starting And LaneSense Strength status, Press the “LaneSense Strength” Operating” for system function and operating information. button and select from the “Low,” “Medium” or “High” Refer to “ParkSense®...

  • Page 616

    614 MULTIMEDIA visual alert in the outside mirrors as well as an audible display whenever the shift lever/gear selector is put into alert when the turn signal is on. When Off is selected, the REVERSE. The image will be displayed on the radio Blind Spot Monitor (BSM) system is deactivated.

  • Page 617

    MULTIMEDIA 615 • Auto Park Brake or the ignition is switched to the OFF position. To set the ParkView® Backup Camera Delay press the “MORE” This feature provides a means for a technician or vehicle button on the faceplate, the “settings” button on the owner to enable/disable auto insertion of the Electric touchscreen, then the “Safety &...

  • Page 618

    616 MULTIMEDIA • Greeting Lights NOTE: The greater the sensitivity set, the less the exter- nal light variation required to turn on the lights (e.g. with When this feature is selected, it allows the greeting lights a setting on level 3 at sunset the headlights turn on earlier to be turned On or Off.

  • Page 619

    MULTIMEDIA 617 press the “Daytime Running Lights” button on the touch- selected with or without the Sound Horn on Lock feature screen, then choose “Yes” or “No.” The button will selected. To make your selection, press the “Flash Lights highlight indicating that the setting has been selected. with Lock”...

  • Page 620

    618 MULTIMEDIA • Auto Unlock On Exit your selection, press the “Headlights With Wipers” but- ton on the touchscreen, then choose “On” or “Off.” Press When this feature is selected, all doors will unlock when the back arrow button on the touchscreen to return to the the vehicle is stopped and the transmission is in the previous menu.

  • Page 621

    MULTIMEDIA 619 • Sound Horn With Lock • Remote Door Unlock When this feature is selected, the horn will sound when This feature will allow you to program your remote door the door locks are activated. To make your selection, locks to open “All”...

  • Page 622

    620 MULTIMEDIA touchscreen, then choose “On” or “Off.” The button will Engine Off Options highlight indicating that the setting has been selected. After pressing the “Engine Off Options” button on the Press the back arrow/Done button on the touchscreen to touchscreen the following settings will be available: return to the previous menu.

  • Page 623

    MULTIMEDIA 621 • Engine Off Power Delay — If Equipped • Equalizer When this feature is selected, the power window When in this display you may adjust the Bass, Mid and switches, radio, Uconnect® phone system (if equipped), Treble settings. Adjust the settings with the “+” and “–” DVD video system (if equipped), power sunroof (if buttons on the touchscreen or by selecting any point on equipped), and power outlets will remain active for up to...

  • Page 624

    622 MULTIMEDIA • Surround Sound — If Equipped Phone/Bluetooth® This feature provides simulated surround sound mode. After pressing the “Phone/Bluetooth®” button on the To make your selection, press the “Surround Sound” touchscreen the following settings will be available: button on the touchscreen, select On or Off followed by •...

  • Page 625

    MULTIMEDIA 623 undesirable channels while scanning. To make your selec- Restore Settings Defaults tion, press the “Channel Skip” button on the touchscreen, After pressing the “Restore Settings Defaults” button on select the channels you would like to skip followed by the touchscreen the following settings will be available: pressing the back arrow button on the touchscreen.

  • Page 626

    624 MULTIMEDIA Uconnect® RADIOS For detailed information about your Uconnect® radio, refer to your Uconnect® Supplement Manual. USB/MEDIA PLAYER CONTROL — IF EQUIPPED This feature allows an external device to be plugged into the USB port or AUX Jack. Front USB Port And AUX Jack 1 —...

  • Page 627

    MULTIMEDIA 625 Located below the heating ventilation and air condition- ing controls is the front USB port. Refer to the Uconnect® Radio Supplement for external USB support capability. Center Console USB Port Located in the center console is a second USB port. NOTE: Depending on vehicle configuration, the USB port may be charge only, or media file capable.

  • Page 628

    626 MULTIMEDIA STEERING WHEEL AUDIO CONTROLS The right-hand control is a rocker-type switch with a pushbutton in the center and controls the volume and The remote sound system controls are located at the rear mode of the sound system. Pushing the top of the rocker of the steering wheel.

  • Page 629

    MULTIMEDIA 627 Radio Operation RADIO OPERATION AND MOBILE PHONES Pushing the top of the switch will “Seek” up for the next Under certain conditions, the mobile phone being on in listenable station and pushing the bottom of the switch your vehicle can cause erratic or noisy performance from will “Seek”...

  • Page 630

    628 MULTIMEDIA Nevertheless, the wireless radio will be used in such a 1. This device may not cause harmful interference. manner that the radio is 20 cm or further from the human 2. This device must accept any interference received, body.

  • Page 631

    MULTIMEDIA 629 by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio technician for help.

  • Page 632

    630 MULTIMEDIA Get Started All you need to control your Uconnect® system with your voice are the buttons on your steering wheel. 1. Visit UconnectPhone.com to check mobile device and feature compatibility and to find phone pairing instructions. 2. Reduce background noise. Wind and passenger con- versations are examples of noise that may impact recognition.

  • Page 633

    MULTIMEDIA 631 4. Each time you give a Voice Command, you must first push either the VR or Phone button, wait until after the beep, then say your Voice Command. 5. You can interrupt the help message or system prompts by pushing the VR or Phone button and saying a Voice Command from current category.

  • Page 634

    632 MULTIMEDIA Basic Voice Commands The basic Voice Commands below can be given at any point while using your Uconnect® system. Push the VR button . After the beep, say • Cancel to stop a current voice session. • Help to hear a list of suggested Voice Commands. •...

  • Page 635

    MULTIMEDIA 633 Radio Use your voice to quickly get to the AM, FM or SiriusXM Satellite Radio® stations you would like to hear. (Sub- scription or included SiriusXM Satellite Radio® trial required.) Push the VR button . After the beep, say •...

  • Page 636

    634 MULTIMEDIA TIP: At any time, if you are not sure of what to say or want to learn a Voice Command, press the VR button and say “Help.” The system will provide you with a list of commands. Uconnect® 6.5AN Radio Uconnect®...

  • Page 637

    MULTIMEDIA 635 Media TIP: Press the Browse button on the touchscreen to see all of the music on your iPod® or USB device. Your Voice Uconnect® offers connections via USB Port, Bluetooth® Command must match exactly how the artist, album, and Auxiliary Ports (If Equipped).

  • Page 638

    636 MULTIMEDIA Phone Making and answering hands-free phone calls is easy with Uconnect®. When the Phonebook button is illumi- nated on your touchscreen, your system is ready. Check UconnectPhone.com for mobile phone compatibility and pairing instructions. Push the Phone button .

  • Page 639

    MULTIMEDIA 637 TIP: When providing a Voice Command, push the Phone button and say “Call,” then pronounce the name exactly as it appears in your phone book. When a contact has multiple phone numbers, you can say “Call John Smith work.” Uconnect®...

  • Page 640

    638 MULTIMEDIA 1. Once an incoming text message is read to you, push TIP: Your mobile phone must have the full implementa- the Phone button . After the beep, say: “Reply.” tion of the Message Access Profile (MAP) to take advan- tage of this feature.

  • Page 641

    MULTIMEDIA 639 TIP: To start a POI search, push the VR button . After Uconnect® Access* (6.5A/6.5AN) the beep, say: “ Find nearest coffee shop.” An included trial and/or subscription is required to take advantage of the Uconnect® Access services in the next section of this guide.

  • Page 642

    640 MULTIMEDIA Remote Horn and Lights Register (6.5A/6.5AN) Yelp® Search 1. Push the MORE button below the 6.5-inch touch- screen. Voice Texting 2. If a pop-up message appears, press Register or go to Roadside Assistance Call the Favorite Apps menu and press Uconnect® Regis- Wi-Fi Hotspot*** tration.

  • Page 643

    MULTIMEDIA 641 5. Click on the link inside the email within 72 hours and Mobile App (6.5A/6.5AN) complete the easy online registration process to create Securely link your mobile device to your vehicle with the a personal Mopar® Owner Connect account linked to Uconnect®...

  • Page 644

    642 MULTIMEDIA Download the Uconnect® Access App to a compatible 2. Listen to the prompt. After the beep, dictate the Apple® or Android® mobile devices. All you need to do is: message you would like to send. Wait for Uconnect® to process your message.

  • Page 645

    MULTIMEDIA 643 Yelp® (6.5A/6.5AN) TIP: Once you perform a search, you can reorganize the results by selecting either the Best Match, Rating or Once registered with Uconnect® Access, you can use Distance tab on the top of the touchscreen display. your voice to search for the most popular places or things around you.

  • Page 646

    644 MULTIMEDIA SiriusXM Travel Link™ (6.5A/6.5AN) Need to find a gas station, view local movie listings, check a sports score or the 5 - day weather forecast? SiriusXM Travel Link™ is a suite of services that brings a wealth of information right to your Uconnect® 6.5AN system.

  • Page 647

    MULTIMEDIA 645 • Mon. – Fri., 8:00 am – 8:00 pm, ET Additional Information • Sat., 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, ET © 2015 FCA US LLC. All rights reserved. Mopar and Uconnect are registered trademarks and Mopar Owner • Sun., Closed Connect is a trademark of FCA US LLC.

  • Page 649

    INDEX...

  • Page 650

    648 INDEX About Your Brakes ......225 Transporting Pets ..... . .299 ABS (Anti-Lock Brake System) .

  • Page 651

    INDEX 649 Disposal ......534 Auxiliary Power Outlet .....163 Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) .

  • Page 652

    650 INDEX Camera, Rear ......371 Infants And Child Restraints ....279 Capacities, Fluid .

  • Page 653

    INDEX 651 Coin Holder ......169 Cupholders ......170 Cold Weather Operation .

  • Page 654

    652 INDEX Driver Information Display (DID) Tow Hooks ......498 Instrument Cluster ..... .207 Towing .

  • Page 655

    INDEX 653 Overheating ......488 Flash-To-Pass ......97 Starting .

  • Page 656

    654 INDEX Requirements ......384 Cleaning ......545 Specifications .

  • Page 657

    INDEX 655 Hood Prop ......146 Jacking Instructions ......469 Hood Release .

  • Page 658

    656 INDEX Unlock Liftgate ......618 Brake Assist Warning ....240 Keyless Entry System .

  • Page 659

    INDEX 657 Turn Signal ......98, 303 Fluid Level Check ..... . .538 Vanity Mirror .

  • Page 660

    658 INDEX Oil, Engine ......517, 583 Paint Care ......541 Capacity .

  • Page 661

    INDEX 659 Rear ParkSense System .....365 Remote Starting Rearview Mirrors ......80 Exit Remote Start Mode .

  • Page 662

    660 INDEX Safety, Exhaust Gas ......300 Adjustable Upper Shoulder Anchorage ..254 Safety Information, Tire .

  • Page 663

    INDEX 661 Sentry Key (Immobilizer) ....48 Cold Weather ......312 Sentry Key Replacement .

  • Page 664

    662 INDEX Tilt Steering Column ......78 Replacement ......569 Time Delay, Headlight.

  • Page 665

    INDEX 663 Cooling System Tips .....414 UCI Connector ......624 Hitches .

  • Page 666

    664 INDEX Viscosity, Engine Oil ..... . .519 Wind Buffeting ......113 Windows .

  • Page 667

    INSTALLATION OF RADIO TRANSMITTING EQUIPMENT Special design considerations are incorporated into this The antenna cable should be as short as practical and vehicle’s electronic system to provide immunity to radio routed away from the vehicle wiring when possible. Use frequency signals. Mobile two-way radios and telephone only fully shielded coaxial cable.

  • Page 668

    FCA US LLC 15BU-126-AC 15BU-126-AC Third Edition Rev. 1 Third Edition Printed in U.S.A. Printed in U.S.A.

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