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able T of Contents Introduction 4 Congratulations 4 Safety and environment protection 5 Symbol glossary 8 Instrument Cluster 10 Warning and control lights 10 Gauges 16 Entertainment Systems 19 AM / FM stereo 19 AM / FM stereo cassette 23 AM / FM stereo with CD 30 CD changer 35 Climate Controls 40 Manual heating and air conditioning 40 Electronic automatic temperature control 43 Lights 51 Headlamps 51 Bulb replacement 56 Driver Controls 67 Windshield wiper / washer control 67 Steering wheel adjustment 69 Power windows 70 Mirrors 74 Speed control 76 Locks and Security 87 Keys 87 Locks 87 Anti - theft system 89 1
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able T of Contents Seating and Safety Restraints 103 Seating 103 Safety restraints 108 Air bags 123 Child restraints 130 Driving 140 Starting 140 Brakes 145 Traction control / AdvanceTrac 148 Transmission operation 150 Vehicle loading 156 Trailer towing 158 Recreational towing 161 Roadside Emergencies 162 Getting roadside assistance 162 Hazard flasher switch 163 Fuel pump shut - off switch 163 Fuses and relays 165 Changing tires 170 Jump starting 174 Wrecker towing 180 Customer Assistance 181 The dispute settlement board 184 Utilizing the mediation / arbitration 187 Getting assistance outside the U . S . and Canada 187 Ordering additional owner’s literature 188 Reporting safety defects ( U . S . only ) 190 Cleaning 191 Cleaning your vehicle 191 Underbody preservation 197 2
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able T of Contents Maintenance and Specifications 199 Hood 200 Engine compartment 201 Engine oil 204 Battery 207 Fuel information 214 Part numbers 234 Refill capacities 235 Lubricant specifications 236 Engine data 238 Vehicle dimensions 238 Accessories 242 Index 245 All rights reserved . Reproduction by any means , electronic or mechanicalrieval including photocopying , recording or by any information storage and ret system or translation in whole or part is not permitted without ewrittennts authorization from Ford Motor Company . Ford may change the cont without notice and without incurring obligation . Copyright © 2001 Ford Motor Company 3
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Introduction The following warning may be required by California law : CALIFORNIA Proposition 65 Warning WARNING : Engine exhaust , some of its constituents , and certain vehicle components contain or emit chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm . In addition , certain fluids contained in vehicles and certain products of component wear contain or emit chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm . CONGRATULATIONS Congratulations on acquiring your new Ford Motor Company product . Please take the time to get well acquainted with your vehicle by reading this handbook . The more you know and understand about your vehicle the greater the safety and pleasure you will derive from driving it . For more information on Ford Motor Company and its products visit the following website : In the United States : www . ford . com In Canada : www . ford . ca In Mexico : www . ford . com . mx In Australia : www . ford . com . au Additional owner information is given in separate publications . 4
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Introduction This Owner’s Guide describes every option and model variant available and therefore some of the items covered may not apply to your particular vehicle . Furthermore , due to printing cycles it may describe options before they are generally available . Remember to pass on the Owner’s Guide when reselling the vehicle . It is an integral part of the vehicle . Fuel pump shut - off switch In the event of an accident the safety switch will automatically cut off the fuel supply to the engine . The switch can also be activated through sudden vibration ( e . g . collision when parking ) . To reset the switch , refer to the Fuel pump shut - off switch in the Roadside emergencies chapter . SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION arning W symbols in this guide How can you reduce the risk of personal injury and prevent possible damage to others , your vehicle and its equipment ? In this guide , answers to such questions are contained in comments highlighted by the warning triangle symbol . These comments should be read and observed . arning W symbols on your vehicle When you see this symbol , it is imperative that you consult the relevant section of this guide before touching or attempting adjustment of any kind . 5
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Introduction Protecting the environment We must all play our part in protecting the environment . Correct vehicle usage and the authorized disposal of waste cleaning and lubrication materials are significant steps towards this aim . Information in this respect is highlighted in this guide with the tree symbol . BREAKING - IN YOUR VEHICLE There are no particular guidelines for breaking - in your vehicle . During the first 1 600 km ( 1 000 miles ) of driving , vary speeds frequently . This is recommended to give the moving parts a chance to break in . SPECIAL NOTICES Emission warranty The New Vehicle Limited Warranty includes Bumper - to - Bumper Coverage , Safety Restraint Coverage , Corrosion Coverage , and 7.3L Power Stroke Diesel Engine Coverage . In addition , your vehicle is eligible for Emissions Defect and Emissions Performance Warranties . For a detailed description of what is covered and what is not covered , refer to the Warranty Guide that is provided to you along with your Owner’s Guide . 6
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Introduction Special instructions For your added safety , your vehicle is fitted with sophisticated electronic controls . By operating other electronic equipment ( e . g . mobile telephone without exterior aerial ) electromagnetic fields can occur which can cause malfunctions of the vehicle electronics . Therefore you should observe the instructions of the equipment manufacturers . Please read the section Air bag in the Seating and safety restraints chapter . Failure to follow the specific warnings and instructions could result in personal injury . Rear facing child or baby seats should NEVER be used in front of a passenger side air bag . MIDDLE EAST / NORTH AFRICA VEHICLE SPECIFIC INFORMATION For your particular global region , your vehicle may be equipped with features and options that are different from the ones that are described in this Owner Guide ; therefore , a supplement has been supplied that complements this book . By referring to the pages in the provided supplement , you can properly identify those features , recommendations and specifications that are unique to your vehicle . Refer to this Owner Guide for all other required information and warnings . 7
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Introduction These are some of the symbols you may see on your vehicle . Vehicle Symbol Glossary See Owner’s Guide Safety Alert Fasten Safety Belt Air Bag - Front Air Bag - Side Child Seat Child Seat Installation Child Seat Tether Warning Anchorage Brake System Anti - Lock Brake System Brake Fluid - Traction Control Non - Petroleum Based AdvanceTrac Master Lighting Switch Hazard Warning Flasher Fog Lamps - Front Fuse Compartment Fuel Pump Reset Windshield Windshield Wash / Wipe Defrost / Demist Rear Window Power Windows Defrost / Demist Front / Rear 8
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Introduction Vehicle Symbol Glossary Child Safety Door Power Window Lockout Lock / Unlock Interior Luggage Compartment Release Panic Alarm Symbol Engine Oil Engine Coolant Engine Coolant Do Not Open When Hot Temperature Avoid Smoking , Flames , Battery or Sparks Battery Acid Explosive Gas Fan Warning Power Steering Fluid MAX Maintain Correct Fluid MIN Emission System Level Passenger Compartment Engine Air Filter Air Filter Jack Check fuel cap Low tire warning 9
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Instrument Cluster ARNING W LIGHTS AND CHIMES – + 60 80 3 4 40 0 0 0 0 FUEL DOOR > F H 5 60 140 2 RPMx1000 100 000000 20 6 1 E C 20 180 ! P 0 7 MPH km / h BRAKE 120 OLOWLANT THEFT CRUISE ABS CO P R N D D 1 Warning lights and gauges can alert you to a vehicle condition that may become serious enough to cause expensive repairs . A warning light may illuminate when a problem exists with one of your vehicle’s functions . Many lights will illuminate when you start your vehicle to make sure the bulb works . If any light remains on after starting the vehicle , have the respective system inspected immediately . Service engine soon illuminates briefly to The ensure the system is functional . If it comes on after the engine is started , one of the engine’s emission control systems may be malfunctioning . The light may illuminate without a driveability concern being noted . The vehicle will usually be drivable and will not require towing . Light turns on solid : light to illuminate . Temporary malfunctions may cause your Examples are : 1 . The vehicle has run out of fuel . 2 . Poor fuel quality or water in the fuel . 3 . The fuel cap may not have been properly installed and securely tightened . These temporary malfunctions can be corrected by filling the fuel tank with high quality fuel of the recommended octane and / or properly installing and securely tightening the fuel cap . After three driving cycles without these or any other temporary malfunctions present , the light should turn off . ( A driving cycle consists of a cold engine startup 10
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Instrument Cluster followed by mixed city / highway driving . ) No additional vehicle service is required . If the light remains on , have your vehicle serviced at the first available opportunity . light will illuminate if vehicle refueling is conducted NOTE : The with the engine running . Never refuel vehicle with the engine running . Light is blinking : Engine misfire is occurring which could damage your catalytic converter . You should drive in a moderate fashion ( avoid heavy acceleration and deceleration ) and have your vehicle serviced at the first available opportunity . Under engine misfire conditions , excessive exhaust temperatures could damage the catalytic converter , the fuel system , interior floor coverings or other vehicle components , possibly causing a fire . Check fuel cap Illuminates when the fuel cap is not installed correctly . Check the fuel cap for proper installation . When the fuel filler cap is properly re - installed , the light ( s ) will turn off after a period of normal driving . Continuing to operate the vehicle with the check fuel cap light on , can activate the Service Engine Soon / Check Engine warning light . It may take a long period of time for the system to detect an improperly installed fuel filler cap . For more information , refer to Fuel filler cap in the Maintenance and specifications chapter . 11
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Instrument Cluster Brake system warning To confirm the brake system ! P warning light is functional , it will momentarily illuminate when the BRAKE ignition is turned to the ON position ( alternatively for some vehicles when the ignition is moved from the ON position to START position , the light will momentarily illuminate prior to reaching the START position ) . It also illuminates if the parking brake is engaged . If the brake system warning light does not illuminate as described , seek service immediately . Illumination after the parking brake is released indicates low brake fluid level or a brake system malfunction and the brake system should be serviced immediately by a qualified technician . Refer to Brakes in the Driving chapter for more information . Anti - lock brake system ( ABS ) ( If equipped ) To confirm the anti - lock brake system ( ABS ) warning light is ABS functional it will momentarily illuminate when the ignition is turned to the ON position ( alternatively for some vehicles when the ignition is moved from the ON position to the START position , the light will momentarily illuminate just prior to reaching the START position ) . If the light remains on , continues to flash or fails to illuminate , have the ABS serviced immediately . If the ABS light remains on , it means the anti - lock brake system has malfunctioned and is disabled , however , the normal brake system will still function unless the brake warning light also remains illuminated and parking brake is off . Refer to Brakes in the Driving chapter for more information . Safety belt Illuminates to remind you to fasten your safety belts . For more information , refer to the Seating and safety restraints chapter . 12
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Instrument Cluster Air bag readiness Illuminates to confirm that the air bags ( front or side ) are operational . If the light fails to illuminate , continues to flash or remains on , have the system serviced immediately . Charging system Illuminates when the battery is not charging properly . Engine oil pressure Illuminates when the oil pressure falls below the normal range . Check the oil level and add oil if needed . Refer to Engine oil in the Maintenance and specifications chapter . Low coolant ( if equipped ) Illuminates when the coolant level in LOW the coolant reservoir is low and more needs to be added . For more COOLANT information on adding engine coolant , refer to Engine coolant in the Maintenance and specifications chapter . raction T Control Y active ( if equipped ) Illuminates when the Traction Controly system is active . It will be lit for a minimum of four seconds or for the duration of the Traction Controly event . For more information , refer to the Driving chapter . 13
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Instrument Cluster Low fuel Illuminates when the fuel level in the fuel tank is at , or near , empty ( refer to Fuel gauge in this chapter for more information ) . Speed control ( if equipped ) Illuminates when the speed control CRUISE is activated . Check transaxle Illuminates when a transaxle problem has been detected and shifting may be restricted . If this lamp remains on , have your vehicle serviced immediately . urn T signals Illuminates when the turn signals or the hazard lights are turned on . If the lights stay on continuously or flash faster , check for a burned - out bulb . High beams Illuminates when the high beam headlamps are turned on . Door ajar Illuminates when any door is open ( or not fully closed ) . 14
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Instrument Cluster Anti - theft system ( if equipped ) Refer to Perimeter alarm system ( if equipped ) and SecuriLocky THEFT passive anti - theft system in the Locks and Security chapter . Safety belt warning chime Sounds to remind you to fasten your safety belts . BeltMinder chime Sounds intermittently to remind you to fasten your safety belts . Supplemental restraint system ( SRS ) warning chime Sounds when a malfunction in the supplemental restraint system ( front or side airbags ) has been detected . Have the supplemental restraint system inspected immediately . Headlamps on warning chime Sounds when the headlamps or parking lamps are on , the key is removed from the ignition and the driver’s door is opened . Key - in - ignition warning chime Sounds when the key is left in the ignition and the driver’s door is opened . Park brake warning chime Sounds when the parking brake is set , the engine is running and the transaxle is not in P ( Park ) or N ( Neutral ) . The chime will shut off when the parking brake is disengaged . 15
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Instrument Cluster GAUGES – + 60 80 3 4 40 0 0 0 0 FUEL DOOR > F H 5 60 140 2 RPMx1000 100 000000 20 6 1 E C 20 180 ! P 0 7 MPH km / h BRAKE 120 OLOWLANT THEFT ICRUISESE CRU ABS CO P R N D D 1 Engine coolant temperature gauge Indicates the temperature of the engine coolant . At normal operating temperature , the needle remains H within the normal area ( the area between the “ H ” and “ C ” ) . If it enters the red section , the engine is C overheating . Stop the vehicle as soon as safely possible , switch off the engine immediately and let the engine cool . Refer to Engine coolant in the Maintenance and specifications chapter . Never remove the coolant reservoir cap while the engine is running or hot . Steam and scalding liquid from a hot cooling system can burn you badly . This gauge indicates the temperature of the engine coolant , not the coolant level . If the coolant is not at its proper level the gauge indication will not be accurate . 16
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Instrument Cluster Fuel gauge Displays approximately how much fuel is in the fuel tank . The fuel gauge may vary slightly when the F vehicle is in motion or on a grade . When refueling the vehicle from empty indication , the amount of fuel E that can be added will be less than the advertised capacity due to the reserve fuel . Speedometer Indicates the current vehicle speed . 60 80 40 0 0 0 0 100 60 140 100 000000 20 20 180 MPH km / h 120 P R N D D 1 Odometer Registers the total kilometers 60 ( miles ) of the vehicle . 80 40 0 0 0 0 100 60 140 100 000000 20 20 180 MPH km / h 120 P R N D D 1 17
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Instrument Cluster rip T odometer Registers the kilometers ( miles ) of individual journeys . To reset , 60 depress the control . 80 40 0 0 0 0 60 140 100 000000 20 20 180 MPH km / h 120 P R N D D 1 achometer T Indicates the engine speed in revolutions per minute . 3 4 5 2 Driving with your tachometer RPMx1000 pointer continuously at the top of 6 1 the scale may damage the engine . 0 7 18
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Entertainment Systems AM / FM STEREO olume / power V control Press the control to turn the audio system on or off . Turn control to raise or lower volume . If the volume is set above a certain level and the ignition is turned off , the volume will come back on at a “ nominal ” listening level when the ignition switch is turned back on . If you wish to maintain your preset 19
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Entertainment Systems volume level , turn the audio system off with the power control before switching off the ignition . Bass / treble adjust † The bass adjust control allows you to increase or decrease the audio system’s bass output . † The treble adjust control allows you to increase or decrease the audio system’s treble output . Speaker balance / fade adjust † Speaker sound distribution can be adjusted between the right and left speakers . † Speaker sound can be adjusted between the front and rear speakers . Seek function The seek function control works in radio mode . Seek function in radio mode † Press to find the next listenable station down the frequency band . to find the next listenable station up the frequency band . † Press Scan function The scan function works in radio mode . Scan function in radio mode Press the SCAN control to hear a brief sampling of all listenable stations on the frequency band . Press the control again to stop the scan mode . 20
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Entertainment Systems AM / FM select The AM / FM select control works in radio mode . Press the AM or FM control to enter radio mode . AM / FM select in radio mode This control allows you to select AM or FM frequency bands . Press the control to switch between AM , FM1 or FM2 memory preset stations . Pressing the AM or FM controls when the ignition is turned on will also enable the radio . Radio station memory preset The radio is equipped with six station memory preset controls . These controls can be used to select up to six preset AM stations and twelve FM stations ( six in FM1 and six in FM2 ) . Setting memory preset stations 1 . Select the frequency band with the AM / FM select control . 2 . Select a station . Refer to Tune adjust or Seek function for more information on selecting a station . 3 . Press and hold a memory preset control until the sound returns , indicating the station is held in memory on the control you selected . Setting the clock To set the hour , press and hold the hour ( H ) control . When the desired hour appears , release the control . 21
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Entertainment Systems To set the minute , press and hold the minute ( M ) control . When the desired minute appears , release the control . Your vehicle is equipped with a special feature that allows you to access clock mode when the vehicle is not running . Press the H or M control to engage the clock at this time . une T adjust The tune control works in radio mode . une T adjust in radio mode † Press the to move to the next frequency down the band ( whether or not a listenable station is located there ) . Hold the control to move through the frequencies quickly . † Press the right side of the control to move to the next frequency up the band ( whether or not a listenable station is located there ) . Hold the control to move through the frequencies quickly . 22
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Entertainment Systems MACH T AUDIO SYSTEM WITH AM / FM STEREO / CASSETTE olume / power V control Press the control to turn the audio system on or off . Turn control to raise or lower volume . If the volume is set above a certain level and the ignition is turned off , the volume will come back on at a “ nominal ” listening level when the ignition switch is turned back on . If you wish to maintain your preset 23
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Entertainment Systems volume level , turn the audio system off with the power control before switching off the ignition . Bass / treble adjust † The bass adjust control allows you to increase or decrease the audio system’s bass output . † The treble adjust control allows you to increase or decrease the audio system’s treble output . Speaker balance / fade adjust † Speaker sound distribution can be adjusted between the right and left speakers . † Speaker sound can be adjusted between the front and rear speakers . Seek function The seek function control works in radio , tape or CD mode . Seek function in radio mode † Press to find the next listenable station down the frequency band . to find the next listenable station up the frequency band . † Press Seek function in tape mode † Press to listen to the previous selection on the tape . to listen to the next selection on the tape . † Press Seek function in CD mode † Press to seek to the previous track of the current disc . If a selection has been playing for three seconds or more and you press , the CD changer will replay that selection from the beginning . 24
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Entertainment Systems † Press to seek forward to the next track of the current disc . After the last track has been completed , the first track of the current disc will automatically replay . Scan function The scan function works in radio , tape or CD mode . Scan function in radio mode Press the SCAN control to hear a brief sampling of all listenable stations on the frequency band . Press the control again to stop the scan mode . Scan function in tape mode Press the SCAN control to hear a short sampling of all selections on the tape . ( The tape scans in a forward direction . At the end of the tape’s first side , direction automatically reverses to the opposite side of the tape . ) To stop on a particular selection , press the control again . Scan function in CD mode Press the SCAN control to hear a short sampling of all selections on the CD . ( The CD scans in a forward direction , wrapping back to the first track at the end of the CD . ) To stop on a particular selection , press the control again . AM / FM select The AM / FM select control works in radio , tape and CD modes ( if equipped ) . Press the AM or FM control to enter into radio mode . AM / FM select in radio mode This control allows you to select AM or FM frequency bands . Press the control to switch between AM , FM1 or FM2 memory preset stations . Pressing the AM or FM controls when the ignition is turned on will also engage the radio . AM / FM select in tape mode Press this control to stop tape play and begin radio play . 25
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Entertainment Systems AM / FM select in CD mode Press this control to stop CD play and begin radio play . You can switch from CD play to tape play by simply inserting a tape into the cassette deck . Radio station memory preset The radio is equipped with six station memory preset controls . These controls can be used to select up to six preset AM stations and twelve FM stations ( six in FM1 and six in FM2 ) . Setting memory preset stations 1 . Select the frequency band with the AM / FM select control . 2 . Select a station . Refer to Tune adjust or Seek function for more information on selecting a station . 3 . Press and hold a memory preset control until the sound returns , indicating the station is held in memory on the control you selected . Setting the clock To set the hour , press and hold the hour ( H ) control . When the desired hour appears , release the control . To set the minute , press and hold the minute ( M ) control . When the desired minute appears , release the control . Your vehicle is equipped with a special feature that allows you to access clock mode when the vehicle is not running . Press the H or M control to engage the clock at this time . 26
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Entertainment Systems une T disc adjust The tune control works in radio or CD mode . une T adjust in radio mode † Press to move to the next frequency down the band ( whether or not a listenable station is located there ) . Hold the control to move through the frequencies quickly . to move to the next frequency up the band ( whether or not † Press a listenable station is located there ) . Hold for quick movement . une T adjust for CD mode † Press the to select the previous disc in the CD changer . ( Play will begin on the first track of the disc unless the CD changer is in shuffle mode . Refer to Shuffle feature for more information . Hold the control to continue reversing through the disc . † Press to select the next disc in the CD changer . Hold the control to fast - forward through the remaining discs . Inserting a tape Push only slightly when inserting a cassette tape ( with the open edge to the right ) . A cassette deck loading mechanism pulls the tape in the rest of the way . You can switch from CD to tape play by inserting a tape into the cassette deck . 27
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Entertainment Systems ape / CD T select † Pressing the TAPE or CD control when the ignition is on will engage the system if a tape or CD is present in the audio system . † To begin tape play ( with a tape loaded into the audio system ) while in the radio or CD mode , press the TAPE control . Press the control during rewind or fast forward to stop the rewind or fast forward function . † To begin CD play ( if CDs are loaded in the CD changer ) , press the CD button . The first track of the first disc will begin playing . After that CD play will begin where it stopped last . Rewind The rewind control works in tape and CD modes . † In tape mode , radio play will continue until rewind is stopped ( with the TAPE or REW control ) or the beginning of the tape is reached . † In CD mode , pressing the REW control for less than three seconds results in a slow reverse . Pressing the control for more than three seconds results in fast reverse . Fast forward The fast forward control works in tape and CD modes . † In the tape mode , tape direction will automatically reverse when the end of the tape is reached . † In CD mode , pressing the control for less than three seconds results in slow forward action . Pressing the control for more than three seconds results in fast forward action . † You can cancel the fast forward mode by pressing TAPE , or the FF control . 28
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Entertainment Systems ape T direction select Press SIDE 1 – 2 to play the alternate side of a tape . Dolby T noise reduction Dolbyt noise reduction operates only in tape mode . Dolbyt noise reduction reduces the amount of hiss and static during tape playback . control to activate ( and deactivate ) Dolbyt noise Press the reduction . Dolbyt noise reduction system is manufactured under license from Dolbyt Laboratories Licensing Corporation . “ Dolbyt ” and the double - D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolbyt Laboratories Licensing Corporation . Compression adjust Compression adjust brings soft and loud CD passages together for a more consistent listening level . Press the COMP control to activate and deactivate compression adjust . Shuffle feature The shuffle feature operates in CD mode and plays all tracks on the current disc in random order . If equipped with the CD changer , the shuffle feature continues to the next disc after all tracks are played . Press the SHUFFLE control to start this feature . Random order play will continue until the SHUFFLE control is pressed again . 29
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Entertainment Systems AUDIO SYSTEM WITH AM / FM STEREO / SINGLE CD PLAYER olume / power V control Press the control to turn the audio system on or off . Turn control to raise or lower volume . If the volume is set above a certain level and the ignition is turned off , the volume will come back on at a “ nominal ” listening level when the ignition switch is turned back on . If you wish to maintain your preset 30
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Entertainment Systems volume level , turn the audio system off with the power control before switching off the ignition . Bass / treble adjust † The bass adjust control allows you to increase or decrease the audio system’s bass output . † The treble adjust control allows you to increase or decrease the audio system’s treble output . Speaker balance / fade adjust † Speaker sound distribution can be adjusted between the right and left speakers . † Speaker sound can be adjusted between the front and rear speakers . Seek function The seek function control works in radio or CD mode . Seek function in radio mode † Press to find the next listenable station down the frequency band . to find the next listenable station up the frequency band . † Press Seek function in CD mode † Press to seek to the previous track of the current disc . If a selection has been playing for three seconds or more and you , the CD changer will replay that selection from the press beginning . † Press to seek forward to the next track of the current disc . After the last track has been completed , the first track of the current disc will automatically replay . 31
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Entertainment Systems Scan function The scan function works in radio or CD mode . Scan function in radio mode Press the SCAN control to hear a brief sampling of all listenable stations on the frequency band . Press the control again to stop the scan mode . Scan function in CD mode Press the SCAN control to hear a short sampling of all selections on the CD . ( The CD scans in a forward direction , wrapping back to the first track at the end of the CD . ) To stop on a particular selection , press the control again . AM / FM select The AM / FM select control works in radio , and CD modes ( if equipped ) . Press the AM or FM control to enter into radio mode . AM / FM select in radio mode This control allows you to select AM or FM frequency bands . Press the control to switch between AM , FM1 or FM2 memory preset stations . Pressing the AM or FM controls when the ignition is turned on will also engage the radio . AM / FM select in CD mode Press this control to stop CD play and begin radio play . Radio station memory preset The radio is equipped with six station memory preset controls . These controls can be used to select up to six preset AM stations and twelve FM stations ( six in FM1 and six in FM2 ) . 32
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Entertainment Systems Setting memory preset stations 1 . Select the frequency band with the AM / FM select control . 2 . Select a station . Refer to Tune adjust or Seek function for more information on selecting a station . 3 . Press and hold a memory preset control until the sound returns , indicating the station is held in memory on the control you selected . Setting the clock To set the hour , press and hold the hour ( H ) control . When the desired hour appears , release the control . To set the minute , press and hold the minute ( M ) control . When the desired minute appears , release the control . Your vehicle is equipped with a special feature that allows you to access clock mode when the vehicle is not running . Press the H or M control to engage the clock at this time . une T disc adjust The tune control works in radio or CD mode . une T adjust in radio mode † Press to move to the next frequency down the band ( whether or not a listenable station is located there ) . Hold the control to move through the frequencies quickly . 33
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Entertainment Systems † Press to move to the next frequency up the band ( whether or not a listenable station is located there ) . Hold for quick movement . une T adjust for CD mode † Press the to select the previous disc in the CD changer . ( Play will begin on the first track of the disc unless the CD changer is in shuffle mode . Refer to Shuffle feature for more information . Hold the control to continue reversing through the disc . to select the next disc in the CD changer . Hold the control † Press to fast - forward through the remaining discs . CD select † Pressing the CD control when the ignition is on will engage the system if a CD is present in the audio system . † To begin CD play , press the CD control . The first track of the first disc will begin playing . After that CD play will begin where it stopped last . † Press the CD control again to toggle between single CD mode and CD changer mode ( if available ) . Do not insert any promotional ( odd shaped or sized ) discs , or discs with removable labels into the CD player as jamming may occur . Rewind The rewind control works in tape and CD modes . † Pressing the REW control for less than three seconds results in a slow reverse . Pressing the control for more than three seconds results in fast reverse . 34
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Entertainment Systems Fast forward The fast forward control works in tape and CD modes . † Pressing the control for less than three seconds results in slow forward action . Pressing the control for more than three seconds results in fast forward action . † You can cancel the fast forward mode by pressing TAPE , or the FF control . Compression adjust Compression adjust brings soft and loud CD passages together for a more consistent listening level . Press the COMP control to activate and deactivate compression adjust . Shuffle feature The shuffle feature operates in CD mode and plays all tracks on the current disc in random order . If equipped with the CD changer , the shuffle feature continues to the next disc after all tracks are played . Press the SHUFFLE control to start this feature . Random order play will continue until the SHUFFLE control is pressed again . CD CHANGER ( IF EQUIPPED ) Your CD changer is either located in the trunk , the console or the right side cargo area storage compartment . 1 . Slide the door to access the CD changer magazine . 35
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Entertainment Systems 2 . Press to eject the magazine . 3 . Turn the magazine ( A ) over . B A 4 . Using the disc holder release knob ( C ) , pull the disc holder ( B ) out of the magazine . C A If you pull too hard on the disc holder , the disc holder may come completely out of the magazine . If this happens , reinsert the disc holder back into the magazine while pressing on the lever ( A ) . 36
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Entertainment Systems 5 . Line up the CD with the groove of the disc holder . Ensure that the label on the CD faces downwards . 6 . Press in on the disc holder until it locks securely into the magazine . If the disc holders are not fully locked into the magazine , the unit will not operate . Ensure that the disc holder is evenly inserted and at the same A level as the magazine ( A ) . The unit will not operate if the disc holder is not inserted at the same level ( B ) . B Radio power must be turned on to play the CDs in the changer . The magazine may be stored in the glove box when not being used . The CD magazine may be inserted or ejected with the radio power off . ONLY use the magazine supplied with the CD changer , other types will damage the unit . Keep the CD changer door closed . Coins and foreign objects will damage the CD player and void your audio system warranty . Do not insert any promotional ( odd shaped or sized ) discs , or discs with removable labels into the CD player as jamming may occur . ROUBLESHOOTING T THE CD CHANGER ( IF EQUIPPED ) The laser beam used in the compact disc player is harmful to the eyes . Do not attempt to disassemble the case . If sound skips : † You may be traveling on a rough road , playing badly scratched discs or the disc may be dirty . Skipping will not scratch the discs or damage the player . 37
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Entertainment Systems If your changer does not work , it may be that : † A disc is already loaded where you want to insert a disc . † The disc is inserted with the label surface downward . † The disc is dusty or defective . † The player’s internal temperature is above 60 ° C ( 140 ° F ) . Allow the player to cool down before operating . † A disc with format and dimensions not within industry standards is inserted . CLEANING COMPACT DISCS Inspect all discs for contamination before playing . If necessary , clean discs only with an approved CD cleaner and wipe from the center out to the edge . Do not use circular motion . CD AND CD CHANGER CARE † Handle discs by their edges only . Never touch the playing surface . † Do not expose discs to direct sunlight or heat sources for extended periods of time . † Do not insert more than one disc into each slot of the CD changer magazine . Do not insert any promotional ( odd shaped or sized ) discs , or discs with removable labels into the CD player as jamming may occur . CLEANING CASSETTE PLAYER ( IF EQUIPPED ) Clean the tape player head with a cassette cleaning cartridge after 10 to 12 hours of play in order to maintain the best sound and operation . CASSETTE AND CASSETTE PLAYER CARE † Use only cassettes that are 90 minutes long or less . † Do not expose tapes to direct sunlight , high humidity , extreme heat or extreme cold . Allow tapes that may have been exposed to extreme temperatures to reach a moderate temperature before playing . † Tighten very loose tapes by inserting a finger or pencil into the hole and turning the hub . † Remove loose labels before inserting tapes . 38
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Entertainment Systems † Do not leave tapes in the cassette player for a long time when not being played . RADIO FREQUENCY INFORMATION The Federal Communications Commission ( FCC ) and the Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission ( CRTC ) establish the frequencies AM and FM stations may use for their broadcasts . Allowable frequencies are : AM 530 , 540 – 1600 , 1610 kHz FM 87.7 , 87.9 – 107.7 , 107.9 MHz Not all frequencies are used in a given area . RADIO RECEPTION FACTORS Three factors can affect radio reception : † Distance / strength . The further an FM signal travels , the weaker it is . The listenable range of the average FM station is approximately 40 km ( 24 miles ) . This range can be affected by “ signal modulation . ” Signal modulation is a process radio stations use to increase their strength / volume relative to other stations . † Terrain . Hills , mountains and tall buildings between your vehicle’s antenna and the radio station signal can cause FM reception problems . Static can be caused on AM stations by power lines , electric fences , traffic lights and thunderstorms . Moving away from an interfering structure ( out of its “ shadow ” ) returns your reception to normal . † Station overload . Weak signals are sometimes captured by stronger signals when you pass a broadcast tower . A stronger signal may temporarily overtake a weaker signal and play while the weak station frequency is displayed . The audio system automatically switches to single channel reception if it will improve the reception of a station normally received in stereo . AUDIO SYSTEM WARRANTIES AND SERVICE Refer to the Warranty Guide for audio system warranty information . If service is necessary , see your dealer or a qualified technician . 39
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Climate Controls MANUAL HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM ( IF EQUIPPED ) OFF R A / C / MAX A C Fan speed control Controls the volume of air circulated in the vehicle . emperature T control knob Controls the temperature of the airflow inside the vehicle . Mode Selector Control Controls the direction of the airflow to the inside of the vehicle . A / C 40
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Climate Controls The air conditioning compressor can operate in all modes except and . However , the air conditioning will only function if the outside temperature is about 4 ° C ( 39 ° F ) or higher . Since the air conditioner removes considerable moisture from the air during operation , it is normal if clear water drips on the ground under the air conditioner drain while the system is working and even after you have stopped the vehicle . † MAX A / C – Uses recirculated air to cool the vehicle . MAX A / C is noisier than A / C but more economical and will cool the inside of the vehicle faster . Airflow will be from the instrument panel registers . This mode can also be used to prevent undesirable odors from entering the vehicle . † A / C – Uses outside air to cool the vehicle . It is quieter than MAX A / C but not as economical . Airflow will be from the instrument panel registers . ( Panel ) – Distributes outside air through the instrument panel † registers . However , the air will not be cooled below the outside temperature because the air conditioning does not operate in this mode . † OFF – Outside air is shut out and the fan will not operate . For short periods of time only , use this mode to prevent undesirable odors from entering the vehicle . ( Panel and floor ) – Distributes outside air through the † instrument panel registers and the floor ducts . Heating and air conditioning capabilities are provided in this mode . For added customer comfort , when the temperature control knob is anywhere in between the full hot and full cold positions , the air distributed through the floor ducts will be slightly warmer than the air sent to the instrument panel registers . ( Floor ) – Distributes outside air through the floor ducts . † However , the air will not be cooled below the outside temperature because the air conditioning does not operate in this mode . † ( Floor and defrost ) – Distributes outside air through the windshield defroster ducts and the floor ducts . Heating and air conditioning capabilities are provided in this mode . For added customer comfort , the air distributed through the floor ducts will be slightly warmer than the air sent to the windshield defroster ducts . If the temperature is about 4 ° C ( 39 ° F ) or higher , the air conditioner will automatically dehumidify the air to reduce fogging . 41
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Climate Controls † ( Defrost ) – Distributes outside air through the windshield defroster ducts . It can be used to clear ice or fog from the windshield . If the temperature is about 4 ° C ( 39 ° F ) or higher , the air conditioner will automatically dehumidify the air to reduce fogging . Operating tips † In humid weather conditions , place the climate control system in Defrost mode before driving . This will reduce fogging on your windshield . Once the windshield has been cleared , operate the climate control system as desired . † To reduce humidity buildup inside the vehicle in cold weather conditions , don’t drive with the climate control system in the OFF or MAX A / C position . † To reduce humidity buildup inside the vehicle in warm weather conditions , don’t drive with the climate control system in the OFF position . † Under normal weather conditions , your vehicle’s climate control system should be left in any position other than the MAX A / C or OFF when the vehicle is parked . This allows the vehicle to “ breathe ” through the outside air inlet duct . † Under snowy or dirty weather conditions , your vehicle’s climate control system should be left in the OFF position when the vehicle is parked . This allows the climate control system to be free from contamination of outside pollutants . † If your vehicle has been parked with the windows closed during warm weather conditions , the air conditioner will perform more efficiently in cooling the vehicle if driven for two or three minutes with the windows open . This will force most of the hot , stale air out of the vehicle . Once the vehicle has been “ aired out ” , operate the climate control system as desired . † Do not put objects under the front seat which may interfere with the airflow to the rear seats ( if equipped ) . † Remove any snow , ice or leaves from the air intake area ( at the bottom of the windshield and underneath the hood ) . † Do not place objects over the defroster outlets . These objects can block airflow and reduce visibility through your windshield . Avoid 42
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Climate Controls placing small objects on top of the instrument panel . These objects may fall down into the defroster outlets and block airflow , in addition to , damaging the climate control system . To aid in side window defogging / demisting in cold weather conditions : 1 . Select the position that distributes air through the Panel and Floor . 2 . Set the temperature control to full heat . 3 . Set the fan speed to full fan . 4 . Direct the outer panel vents towards the side windows . 5 . To increase airflow to the outer panel vents , close the central panel vents . Do not place objects on top of the instrument panel as these objects may become projectiles in a collision or sudden stop . ELECTRONIC AUTOMATIC EMPERATURE T CONTROL TC ) ( EA SYSTEM ( IF EQUIPPED ) OUTSIDE TEMP OFF MAX F R A / C AUTO TEMP The EATC system will maintain a selected temperature and automatically control airflow . You can override automatic operation with any of the override controls or the fan speed control . 43
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Climate Controls urning T the TC EA on OUTSIDE TEMP OFF MAX F R A / C AUTO TEMP Press AUTO , any of the override controls or the fan speed control . The EATC will only operate when the vehicle is running . urning T the TC EA system off OUTSIDE Press OFF . The outside temperature TEMP OFF function will continue to operate until the ignition is turned off . MAX A / C AUTO TEMP Automatic operation Press AUTO and select the desired temperature . The selected temperature and the word AUTO will appear in the display window . The EATC system will either heat or cool to achieve the selected temperature . The system will automatically determine fan speed , airflow location and if outside air or recirculated air is required . Fan speed remains automatic unless the fan speed control is pressed or the steering wheel fan speed control ( if equipped ) is pressed . When in AUTO and weather conditions require heat , air will be sent to the floor . However , if the engine is not warm enough to provide heat , the fan will be at a low speed and the air will be directed to the windshield . 1 ⁄ 2 minutes or less , the fan speed will start to increase In approximately 3 and the airflow location will change to the floor area . 44
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Climate Controls If unusual conditions exist ( i . e . - window fogging , etc . ) , the manual override controls allow you to select airflow locations and the fan control allows you to adjust fan speed as necessary . emperature T selection The display window indicates the AUTO selected temperature , function F ( AUTO or one of the override controls ) and manual control of fan speed ( ) if automatic fan speed is not desired . • • • FAN OUTSIDE To control the temperature , select TEMP OFF any temperature between 18 ° C ( 65 ° F ) and 29 ° C ( 85 ° F ) by pressing MAX the temperature control . A / C AUTO TEMP For continuous maximum cooling , push the temperature control until 16 ° C ( 60 ° F ) is shown in the display window . The EATC will continue maximum cooling ( disregarding the displayed temperature ) until a warmer temperature is selected by pressing the temperature control . For continuous maximum heating , push the temperature control until 32 ° C ( 90 ° F ) is shown in the display window . The EATC will continue maximum heating ( disregarding the displayed temperature ) until a cooler temperature is selected by pressing the temperature control . 45
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Climate Controls emperature T conversion OUTSIDE TEMP OFF MAX F R A / C AUTO TEMP Press MAX A / C and F at the same time ( until the display changes ) to switch between Fahrenheit and Celsius . ) Fan speed ( When AUTO is pressed , fan speed is adjusted automatically for existing conditions . You can override fan speed at any time . To control fan speed manually , press the fan control or the steering wheel fan speed control ( if equipped ) to cancel automatic fan speed operation . Press the control up for higher fan speed or down for lower fan speed . Press the steering wheel control ( if equipped ) up for higher fan speed or down for lower fan speed . and a bar The display will show AUTO graph to indicate manual fan F operation and relative speed . • • • FAN To return to automatic fan operation , press AUTO . 46
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Climate Controls Manual override controls OUTSIDE TEMP OFF MAX F R A / C AUTO TEMP The override controls are located at the bottom of the EATC and allow you to determine where airflow is directed . To return to full automatic control , press AUTO . . It The air conditioning compressor can operate in all modes except will also operate only when required when AUTO has been selected . However , the air conditioning will only function if the outside temperature is about 4 ° C ( 39 ° F ) or higher . Since the air conditioner removes considerable moisture from the air during operation , it is normal if clear water drips on the ground under the air conditioner drain while the system is working and even after you have stopped the vehicle . - Distributes outside air through the windshield defroster ducts . † F It can be used to clear ice or fog from the windshield . If the outside air temperature is about 4 ° C ( 39 ° F ) or higher , the air conditioner will automatically dehumidify the air to reduce fogging . R † ( Rear Window Defroster ) — Refer to Rear Window Defroster . ( Floor and defrost ) - Distributes outside air through the † windshield defroster ducts and the floor ducts . Heating and air conditioning capabilities are provided in this mode . The air will be heated or cooled based on the temperature selection . For added customer comfort , the air distributed through the floor ducts will be slightly warmer than the air sent to the windshield defroster ducts . If the temperature is about 4 ° C ( 39 ° F ) or higher , the air conditioner will automatically dehumidify the air to reduce fogging . 47
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Climate Controls † ( Floor ) - Distributes outside air through the floor ducts . Heating and air conditioning capabilities are provided in this mode . The air will be heated or cooled based on temperature selection . † ( Panel and floor ) - Distributes outside air through the instrument panel registers and the floor ducts . Heating and air conditioning capabilities are provided in this mode . The air will be heated or cooled based on the temperature selection . For added customer comfort , the air distributed through the floor ducts will be slightly warmer than the air sent to the instrument panel registers . ( Panel ) - Distributes outside air through the instrument panel † registers . However , the air cannot be cooled below the outside temperature because the air conditioning does not operate in this mode . † MAX A / C - Uses recirculated air to cool the vehicle . The temperature will remain unchanged and air will be cooled based on the selected temperature . To exit , press AUTOMATIC or any other override controls . MAX A / C is noisier than normal A / C but more economical and will cool the inside of the vehicle faster . Airflow is from the instrument panel registers . This mode can also be used to prevent undesirable odors from entering the vehicle . † OFF - Outside air is shut out and the fan will not operate . For short periods of time only , use this mode to reduce undesirable odors from entering the vehicle . Displaying outside temperature OUTSIDE Press OUTSIDE TEMP to display TEMP OFF the outside air temperature . It will be displayed until OUTSIDE TEMP MAX A / C is pressed again or until any other control is pressed . When the EATC system is off and OUTSIDE TEMP is AUTO TEMP pressed , the outside temperature will only be displayed for four seconds . The outside temperature reading is most accurate when the vehicle is moving . Higher readings may be obtained when the vehicle is not moving . The readings that you get may not agree with temperatures given on the radio due to differences in vehicle and station locations . 48
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Climate Controls Operating tips † In humid weather conditions , place the climate control system in F before driving . This will reduce fogging on your windshield . Once the windshield has been cleared , operate the climate control system as desired . † To reduce humidity buildup inside the vehicle in cold weather conditions , don’t drive with the climate control system in the OFF or MAX A / C position . † To reduce humidity buildup inside the vehicle in warm weather conditions , don’t drive with the climate control system in the OFF position . † Under normal weather conditions , your vehicle’s climate control system should be left in any position other than MAX A / C or OFF when the vehicle is parked . This allows the vehicle to “ breathe ” through the outside air inlet duct . † Under snowy or dirty weather conditions , your vehicle’s climate control system should be left in the OFF position when the vehicle is parked . This allows the climate control system to be free from contamination of outside pollutants . † If your vehicle has been parked with the windows closed during warm weather conditions , the air conditioner will perform more efficiently in cooling the vehicle if driven for two or three minutes with the windows open . This will force most of the hot , stale air out of the vehicle . Once the vehicle has been “ aired out ” , operate the climate control system as desired . † Do not place objects under the front seat that will interfere with the airflow to the rear seats . † Remove any snow , ice or leaves from the air intake area at the base of the windshield . † Do not place objects over the defroster outlets . These objects can block airflow and reduce your ability to see through your windshield . Avoid placing small objects on top of the instrument panel . These objects may fall down into the defroster outlets and block airflow , in addition to damaging the climate control system . Do not place objects on top of the instrument panel , as these objects may become projectiles in a collision or sudden stop . 49
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Climate Controls REAR WINDOW DEFROSTER The rear defroster control is located on the instrument panel . Press the rear defroster control to clear the rear window of thin ice R and fog . † A small LED will illuminate when the rear defroster is activated . The ignition must be in the ON position to operate the rear window defroster . The defroster turns off automatically after 10 minutes or when the ignition is turned to the OFF position . To manually turn off the defroster before 10 minutes have passed , push the control again . Activating the rear window defroster will also activate the heated mirrors ( if equipped ) . For more information refer to Heated outside mirrors in the Driver controls chapter . CABIN AIR TER FIL ( IF EQUIPPED ) Your vehicle may be equipped with a cabin air filter . This particulate air filtration system is designed to reduce the concentration of airborne particles such as dust , spores and pollen in the air being supplied to the interior of the vehicle . The particulate filtration system gives the following benefits to customers : † Improves the customer’s driving comfort by reducing particle concentration † Improves the interior compartment cleanliness † Protects the climate control components from particle deposits The filter is located just in front of the windshield under the cowl grille on the passenger side of the vehicle . For more information , or to replace the filter , contact your Ford , Lincoln or Mercury Dealer . 50
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Lights HEADLAMP CONTROL Rotate the headlamp control to the A first position to turn on the parking lamps . Rotate to the second position to turn on the headlamps . Autolamp control ( if equipped ) The autolamp system provides light sensitive automatic on - off control of A the exterior lights normally controlled by the headlamp control . The autolamp system also keeps the lights on for a fixed period of time after the ignition switch is turned to OFF . † To turn autolamps on , rotate the control counterclockwise . † To turn autolamps off , rotate the control clockwise to OFF . Daytime running lamps ( DRL ) ( if equipped ) Turns the headlamps on with a reduced output . To activate : † the ignition must be in the ON position and † the headlamp control is in the OFF or Parking lamps position . Always remember to turn on your headlamps at dusk or during inclement weather . The Daytime Running Lamp ( DRL ) system does not activate with your tail lamps and generally may not provide adequate lighting during these conditions . Failure to activate your headlamps under these conditions may result in a collision . 51
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Lights High beams † Push forward past detent to activate . † Pull toward you past detent to deactivate . Flash to pass Pull toward you slightly to activate and release to deactivate . ANEL P DIMMER CONTROL Use to adjust the brightness of the A instrument panel during headlamp and parklamp operation . † Rotate up to brighten . † Rotate down to dim . † Rotate to full up position ( past detent / dome defeat ) to turn on interior lamps . † Rotate to full down position ( past detent / dome defeat ) to turn off interior lamps . The dome lamp will not illuminate if the control switch is in the OFF position . AIMING THE HEADLAMPS The headlamps on your vehicle are properly aimed at the assembly plant . If your vehicle has been in an accident the alignment of your headlamps should be checked by a qualified service technician . 52
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Lights ertical V aim adjustment 1 . Park the vehicle on a level surface approximately 7.6 meters ( 25 feet ) from a vertical wall or screen directly in front of it . † ( A ) Eight feet † ( B ) Center height of lamp to ground † ( C ) Twenty five feet † ( D ) Horizontal reference line A D B C 2 . Measure the height of the headlamp bulb center from the ground and mark a 2.5 meter ( 8 foot ) horizontal reference line on the vertical wall or screen at this height ( a piece of masking tape works well ) . 3 . Turn on the low beam headlamps to illuminate the wall or screen and open the hood . 4 . On the wall or screen you will observe an area of high intensity light . The top of the high intensity area should touch the horizontal reference line , if not , the beam will need to be adjusted . 53
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Lights To see a clearer light pattern for adjusting , you may want to block the light from one headlamp while adjusting the other . 5 . Locate the vertical adjuster on each headlamp . Using a 4 mm wrench , turn the adjuster either clockwise ( to adjust down ) or counterclockwise ( to adjust up ) . The horizontal edge of the brighter light should touch the horizontal reference line . 6 . HORIZONTAL AIM IS NOT REQUIRED FOR THIS VEHICLE AND IS NON - ADJUSTABLE . 7 . Close the hood and turn off the lamps . TURN SIGNAL CONTROL † Push down to activate the left turn signal . † Push up to activate the right turn signal . INTERIOR LAMPS Dome lamps and map lamps The front dome lamp is located overhead between the driver and passenger seats . If the vehicle is equipped with a moon roof , the dome lamp is located behind the moon roof . 54
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Lights The dome lamp will stay on if the control is moved to the passenger side position . When the control is in the middle position , the lamp will only come on when a door is opened . If the control is moved to the driver’s side position , the lamp will not come on at all . With the control in the middle position , the dome lamp will illuminate whenever a front door is opened . If either front door has been opened from the outside , the lamp will remain on for 25 seconds after the door is shut . If any other door has been opened from the inside , the lamp will shut off immediately after the door is closed . The map lamp controls ( if equipped ) are located on the dome lamp . Press the controls on either side of each lens on each map lamp to activate the lamps . If equipped with a moon roof , the map lamps are located on the moon roof control panel . Press the controls on either side of each map lamp to activate the lamps . 55
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Lights Rear dome lamp ( if equipped ) The dome lamp lights when : † any door is opened with the control in the middle position . † the instrument panel dimmer switch is held up until the courtesy lamps come on . † any of the remote entry controls are pressed and the ignition is OFF . † the lamp control is moved to the passenger side position . With the ignition key in the ACC or ON position , the rear dome lamp can be turned ON or OFF by sliding the control . BULBS Replacing exterior bulbs Check the operation of the following lamps frequently : † Headlamps † Tail lamps † Brakelamps † High - mount brakelamp † Turn signal lamps † Backup lamps † License plate lamp Do not remove lamp bulbs unless they will be replaced immediately . If a bulb is removed for an extended period of time , contaminants may enter the lamp housings and affect performance . Using the right bulbs Replacement bulbs are specified in the chart below . Headlamp bulbs must be marked with an authorized “ D . O . T . ” for North America and an “ E ” for Europe to assure lamp performance , light brightness and pattern and safe visibility . The correct bulbs will not damage the lamp assembly or void the lamp assembly warranty and will provide quality bulb burn time . 56
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Lights Trade n Function Number of bulbs umber 3457 AK Front park / turn lamp 2 ( amber ) 9007 QL Headlamp 2 ( 9007 LL optional ) Tail lamp / brake / turn lamp 2 3057K Tail lamp / brake lamp 2 3057K ( wagon ) Rear turn lamp ( wagon ) 2 3456K Backup lamp 2 921 Backup lamp ( wagon ) 2 3156 License plate lamp 2 168 High - mount brake lamp 2 912 ( wagon ) High - mount brake lamp Must replace the hi - mount brake lamp ( sedan ) assembly Rear side marker lamp 2 194 ( wagon ) Cargo lamp ( wagon ) 1 578 Dome lamp 1 578 Dome / map lamp 3 578 Dome lamp / moon roof 2 578 Visor vanity lamp 2 DE 3021 ( passenger / driver ) Floor console 2 194 Luggage compartment 1 212 – 2 lamp I / P ashtray lamp 1 194 All replacement bulbs are clear in color except where noted . To replace all instrument panel lights - see your dealer . 57
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Lights Replacing headlamp bulbs To remove the headlamp bulb : 1 . Make sure headlamp switch is in OFF position . 2 . Remove the bolt from the headlamp housing . 3 . At the back of the headlamp , pry up and remove the two retainer pins to release the headlamp assembly from the vehicle and pull headlamp forward . 4 . Remove the protective dust shield from the housing by turning the dust shield counterclockwise ( when viewed from the rear ) . 58
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Lights 5 . Disconnect the electrical connector from the bulb by pulling rearward . 6 . Remove the bulb retaining ring by rotating it counterclockwise . 7 . Remove the old bulb from the lamp assembly by pulling it straight out of the lamp assembly . To install the new bulb : Handle a halogen headlamp bulb carefully and keep out of children’s reach . Grasp the bulb only by its plastic base and do not touch the glass . The oil from your hand could cause the bulb to break the next time the headlamps are operated . 1 . Install the new bulb in lamp assembly by pushing straight in with the flat surface of the bulb’s plastic base facing upward . You may need to turn the bulb slightly to align the grooves in the plastic base with the tabs in the lamp assembly . 59
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Lights 2 . Install the bulb retaining ring over the plastic base and lock the ring by rotating clockwise until it snaps into place . 3 . Connect the electrical connector to the bulb . 4 . Install the protective dust shield and lock the shield by rotating it clockwise until it locks into position . 5 . Carefully position the headlamp assembly onto the vehicle . 6 . Hold the headlamp assembly snugly against the vehicle and install the retainer pins straight down to lock the lamp into place . 7 . Before reinstalling the bolt , make sure the retainer pins are fully seated , and install bolt on headlamp housing . 8 . Turn the headlamps on and make sure they work properly . If the headlamp was correctly aligned before you changed the bulb , you should not need to align it again . Replacing front parking lamp / turn signal / cornering lamp bulbs 1 . Make sure the headlamp control is in the OFF position . 2 . Remove the bolt from the headlamp housing . 3 . At the back of the headlamp , pry up and remove the two retainer pins to release the headlamp assembly from the vehicle and pull headlamp forward . 4 . Rotate the bulb socket counterclockwise and remove it from the lamp assembly . 60
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