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able T of Contents able T of Contents Introduction 4 Instrument Cluster 10 Warning and control lights 10 Gauges 13 Entertainment Systems 17 AM / FM stereo cassette with CD 17 CD changer 21 Climate Controls 24 Electronic automatic temperature control 24 Rear window defroster 26 Lights 27 Headlamps 27 Turn signal control 31 Bulb replacement 32 Driver Controls 38 Windshield wiper / washer control 38 Steering wheel adjustment 39 Power windows 48 Mirrors 49 Speed control 50 Locks and Security 60 Keys 60 Locks 60 Anti - theft system 62 1
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able T of Contents Seating and Safety Restraints 74 Seating 74 Safety restraints 77 Air bags 90 Child restraints 98 Driving 10 1 Starting 110 Brakes 114 Traction control / AdvanceTrac 116 Air suspension 118 Transmission operation 119 Vehicle loading 123 Trailer towing 126 Roadside Emergencies 130 Getting roadside assistance 130 Hazard flasher switch 131 Fuel pump shut - off switch 131 Fuses and relays 132 Changing tires 140 Jump starting 145 Wrecker towing 150 Customer Assistance 151 Reporting safety defects ( U . S . only ) 159 Cleaning 160 2
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able T of Contents Maintenance and Specifications 166 Engine compartment 167 Engine oil 168 Battery 172 Fuel information 180 Air filter ( s ) 193 Part numbers 206 Refill capacities 206 Lubricant specifications 208 Accessories 215 Index 217 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 © 2003 Ford Motor Company 3
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Introduction Introduction 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 Mercury . 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 . 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 . 4
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Introduction 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 . 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 Your vehicle does not need an extensive break - in . Try not to drive continuously at the same speed for the first 1,600 km ( 1,000 miles ) of new vehicle operation . Vary your speed to allow parts to adjust themselves to other parts . Drive your new vehicle at least 800 km ( 500 miles ) before towing a trailer . Do not add friction modifier compounds or special break - in oils during the first few thousand kilometers ( miles ) of operation , since these additives may prevent piston ring seating . See Engine oil in the Maintenance and specifications chapter for more information on oil usage . 5
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Introduction SPECIAL NOTICES Emission warranty The New Vehicle Limited Warranty includes Bumper - to - Bumper Coverage , Safety Restraint Coverage , Corrosion Coverage , and 6.0L 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 . Data Recording Computers in your vehicle are capable of recording detailed data potentially including but not limited to information such as : † the use of restraint systems including seat belts by the driver and passengers , † information about the performance of various systems and modules in the vehicle , and † information related to engine , throttle , steering , brake or other system status . Any of this information could potentially include information regarding how the driver operates the vehicle , potentially including but not limited to information regarding vehicle speed , brake or accelerator application , or steering input . This information may be stored during regular operation or in a crash or near crash event . This stored information may be read out and used by : † Ford Motor Company . † service and repair facilities . † law enforcement or government agencies . † others who may assert a right or obtain your consent to know such information . 6
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Introduction Special instructions For your added safety , your vehicle is fitted with sophisticated electronic controls . Please read the section Supplemental Restraint System ( SRS ) in the Seating and safety restraints chapter . Failure to follow the specific warnings and instructions could result in personal injury . Front seat mounted rear facing child or infant seats should NEVER be used in front of a passenger side air bag unless the air bag can be and is turned OFF . 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 Lower Warning Anchor Child Seat Tether Brake System Anchor Brake Fluid - Anti - Lock Brake System Non - Petroleum Based Traction Control AdvanceTracy Master Lighting Switch Hazard Warning Flasher Fog Lamps - Front Fuse Compartment Fuel Pump Reset Windshield Wash / Wipe Windshield Rear Window Defrost / Demist Defrost / Demist 8
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Introduction Vehicle Symbol Glossary Power Windows Power Window Lockout Front / Rear Interior Luggage Child Safety Door Compartment Release Lock / Unlock Symbol Panic Alarm Engine Oil Engine Coolant Engine Coolant Temperature Do Not Open When Hot Battery Avoid Smoking , Flames , Battery Acid or Sparks Explosive Gas Fan Warning MAX Maintain Correct Fluid MIN Power Steering Fluid Level Emission System Engine Air Filter Passenger Compartment Jack Air Filter Check fuel cap Low tire warning 9
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Instrument Cluster Instrument Cluster ARNING W LIGHTS AND CHIMES 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 . Check engine : The Check engine indicator light illuminates when the CHECK ignition is first turned to the ON ENGINE position to check the bulb . Solid illumination after the engine is started indicates the On Board Diagnostics System ( OBD - II ) has detected a malfunction . Refer to On board diagnostics ( OBD - II ) in the Maintenance and Specifications chapter . If the light is blinking , engine misfire is occurring which could damage your catalytic converter . Drive in a moderate fashion ( avoid heavy acceleration and deceleration ) and have your vehicle serviced immediately . 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 . 10
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Instrument Cluster Check fuel cap : Illuminates when CHECK the fuel cap may not be properly FUEL installed . Continued driving with CAP this light on may cause the Service engine soon warning light to come on . Refer to Fuel filler cap in the Maintenance and Specifications chapter . Brake system warning light : To confirm the brake system warning ! light is functional , it will BRAKE momentarily illuminate when the ignition is turned to the ON position when the engine is not running , or in a position between ON and START , or by applying the parking brake when the ignition is turned to the ON position . If the brake system warning light does not illuminate at this time , seek service immediately from your dealership . Illumination after releasing the parking brake indicates low brake fluid level and the brake system should be inspected immediately by your servicing dealership . Driving a vehicle with the brake system warning light on is dangerous . A significant decrease in braking performance may occur . It will take you longer to stop the vehicle . Have the vehicle checked by your dealer immediately . Anti - lock brake system : If the ABS light stays illuminated or ABS continues to flash , a malfunction has been detected , have the system serviced immediately . Normal braking is still functional unless the brake warning light also is illuminated . Air bag readiness : If this light fails AIR to illuminate when ignition is turned BAG to ON , continues to flash or remains on , have the system serviced immediately . A chime will also sound when a malfunction in the supplemental restraint system has been detected . 11
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Instrument Cluster Safety belt : Reminds you to fasten your safety belt . A chime will also sound to remind you to fasten your safety belt , refer to the Seating and Safety Restraints chapter . Charging system : Illuminates when the battery is not charging properly . Engine coolant temperature : Illuminates when the engine coolant temperature is high . Stop the vehicle as soon as possible , switch off the engine and let cool . Refer to Engine coolant in the Maintenance and specifications chapter . Never remove the coolant recovery cap while the engine is running or hot . Traction controly active : Flashes when the Traction controly system is active . If the light remains on , have the system serviced immediately , refer to the Driving chapter for more information . Air suspension : Illuminates when AIR the air suspension is turned OFF or SUSP the air suspension system requires servicing . Low fuel : Illuminates when the fuel level in the fuel tank is at or near LOW empty ( refer to Fuel gauge in this chapter for more information ) . FUEL O / D off : Illuminates when the O / D overdrive function of the OFF transmission has been turned OFF using the transmission control switch ( TCS ) , refer to the Driving chapter . If the light flashes steadily or does not illuminate , have the transmission serviced soon , or damage may occur . 12
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Instrument Cluster Turn signal : Illuminates when the left or right turn signal or the hazard lights are turned on . If the indicators stay on or flash faster , check for a burned out bulb . High beams : Illuminates when the high beam headlamps are turned on . Headlamps on warning chime : Sounds when the headlamps or parking lamps are on , the ignition is off ( the key is not in the ignition ) and the driver’s door is opened . Key - in - ignition warning chime : Sounds when the key is left in the ignition in the OFF / LOCK or ACC position and the driver’s door is opened . GAUGES Speedometer : Indicates the current vehicle speed . 13
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Instrument Cluster Engine coolant temperature gauge : Indicates engine coolant temperature . At normal operating temperature , the needle will be in H the normal range ( between “ H ” and “ C ” ) . If it enters the red section , the engine is overheating . Stop C the vehicle as soon as safely possible , switch off the engine and let the engine cool . Never remove the coolant reservoir cap while the engine is running or hot . Engine oil pressure gauge : Located in the lower center of the instrument panel , indicates engine oil pressure . If the pointer drops below the normal operating range ( 50 – 75 psi ) or the minimum low ( 6 psi ) pressure when the engine is running , stop your vehicle as soon as possible , shut off the engine and check the oil level . Add oil if necessary . Do not continue to operate your engine as long as the pointer is out of the normal operating range . Otherwise , your engine may be severely damaged . If the gauge indicates zero or very low oil pressure ( needle drops below “ 0 ” ) stop the vehicle and engine as soon as safe to do so and check the engine oil level . After running , the engine may be hot . Allow the engine to cool before handling any components . 14
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Instrument Cluster Voltmeter gauge : Located in the lower center of the instrument panel , measures the battery charging voltage . If the meter consistently indicates less than 13.0 volts or more than 15.0 volts under normal vehicle operation , have your vehicle’s electrical system checked . Odometer : Registers the total kilometers ( miles ) of the vehicle . Fuel gauge : Indicates approximately how much fuel is left in the fuel tank ( when the ignition is in the ON position ) . The fuel gauge may vary slightly when the vehicle is in motion or on a grade . Refer to Filling the tank in the Maintenance and Specifications chapter for more information . The FUEL icon and arrow indicates which side of the vehicle the fuel door is located . 15
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Instrument Cluster Trip odometer : Registers the kilometers ( miles ) of individual journeys . To reset , depress the control . . Tachometer : Indicates the engine speed in revolutions per minute . Driving with your tachometer pointer continuously t the top of the scale may damage the engine . 16
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Entertainment Systems Entertainment Systems AUDIOPHILE AM / FM STEREO / CASSETTE / SINGLE CD ( IF EQUIPPED ) 19 1 16 18 17 2 3 15 MUTE 14 D C E P A T M F / M A B E R T BASS E N U T N A C S 4 L A B E D A F P S D S D R L E S 13 E D I S F F W E R P M O C F U H S O T U A K E E S T E S 1 2 3 4 5 6 5 7 6 9 10 12 11 8 17
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Entertainment Systems PREMIUM AM / FM STEREO / CASSETTE / SINGLE CD ( IF EQUIPPED ) 19 1 16 18 17 2 3 15 MUTE 14 D C E P A T M F / M A B E R T BASS E N U T N A C S 4 L A B E D A F S D R L E S 13 E D I S F F W E R P M O C F U H S O T U A K E E S T E S 1 2 3 4 5 6 5 7 6 9 10 12 11 8 1 . Eject : Press to eject a tape . 2 . Eject : Press to eject a CD . 3 . Bass : Allows you to increase or decrease the audio system’s bass output . Press BASS then press SEL or increase the bass levels . to decrease Treble : Allows you to increase or decrease the audio system’s treble output . Press TREB then press SEL or increase the treble levels . to decrease 4 . Balance : Allows you to shift speaker sound between the right and left speakers . Press BAL then or right . press SEL to shift sound to the left 18
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Entertainment Systems Fade : Allows you to shift speaker sound between the front and rear speakers . Press FADE then press SEL to shift the sound to the rear or the front . 5 . COMP ( Compression ) : In CD mode , press to bring soft and loud passages together for a more consistent listening level . SHUF ( Shuffle ) : Press to play CD tracks in random order . 6 . Select : Use to adjust bass , treble , balance and fade levels . 7 . Side 1 – 2 : Press to change sides on the tape . Dolbyt noise Dolby : reduction : Reduces tape noise and hiss ; press to activate / deactivate . 8 . REW ( Rewind ) : Works in tape and CD modes . In tape mode , radio play continues until rewind is stopped ( with the TAPE control ) or the beginning of the tape is reached . In CD mode , REW control reverses the CD within the current track . FF ( fast forward ) : Works in tape and CD modes . In the tape mode , tape direction automatically reverses when the end of the tape is reached . In CD mode , FF advances the CD within the current track . 9 . Digital signal processing : Press to adjust the occupancy modes between the following : . † ALL SEATS † DRIVER SEAT † REAR SEATS 19
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Entertainment Systems RDS : ( Radio Data System ) : Allows you to access FM stations which are RDS - equipped . Press RDS then SEL to select from : Traffic — Allows you to receive traffic announcements and control their volume level . Traffic information is not available in most U . S . markets . Show — Allows you to view the frequency and program type of the chosen radio station . Setting the clock : Press RDS until SELECT HOUR or SELECT MINS is ) or decrease ( ) . displayed . Press SEL to increase ( The Federal Communications Commission ( FCC ) and the Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission ( CRTC ) recommend that FM radio broadcasters use RDS technology to transmit information . FM radio stations are independently operated and individually elect to use RDS technology to transmit station ID and program type as desired . 10 . Autoset : Press to set first six strong stations into AM , FM1 or FM2 memory buttons ; press again to return to normal stations . 11 . Scan : Works in radio , tape and CD modes . Press SCAN for a brief sampling of radio stations , tape selections or CD tracks . 12 . Seek : Works in radio , tape and CD modes . Press to access the or next listenable previous radio station , tape selection or CD track . 13 . Tune : Works in radio mode . Press to manually advance up or down the frequency band . 14 . AM / FM / CD : Press AM / FM to select a radio frequency . Press while in tape or CD mode to return to radio mode . Press CD to enter CD mode and to play a CD already in the system . 15 . Mute mode : Press to mute the playing media . 20
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Entertainment Systems 16 . Power / volume : Press to turn the system on / off . Turn to raise / lower the volume . 17 . Tape : Press to play the tape . 18 . CD door : Insert the disc with the playing side down and printed side up . 19 . Tape door : Insert the tape facing the right . 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 . to eject the magazine . 2 . Press 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 Do not pull too hard on the disc holder as 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 . 21
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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 the disc holder until it locks securely into the magazine . 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 FREQUENCIES AM and FM frequencies are established by the Federal Communications Commission ( FCC ) and the Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission ( CRTC ) . Those frequencies are : AM - 530 , 540 – 1700 , 1710 kHz FM - 87.7 , 87.9 – 107.7 , 107.9 MHz RADIO RECEPTION FACTORS There are three factors that can affect radio reception : † Distance / strength : The further you travel from an FM station , the weaker the signal and the weaker the reception . † Terrain : Hills , mountains , tall buildings , power lines , electric fences , traffic lights and thunderstorms can interfere with your reception . † Station overload : When you pass a broadcast tower , a stronger signal may overtake a weaker one and play while the weak station frequency is displayed . CASSETTE / PLAYER CARE Do : † Use only cassettes that are 90 minutes long or less . 22
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Entertainment Systems † Tighten very loose tapes by inserting a finger or pencil into the hole and turning the hub . † Remove loose labels before inserting tapes . † Allow tapes which have been subjected to extreme heat , humidity or cold to reach a moderate temperature before playing . † Clean the cassette player head with a cassette cleaning cartridge after 10 – 12 hours of play to maintain good sound / operation . Don’t : † Expose tapes to direct sunlight , extreme humidity , heat or cold . † Leave tapes in the cassette player for a long time when not being played . CD / CD PLAYER CARE Do : † Handle discs by their edges only . Never touch the playing surface . † Inspect discs before playing . Clean only with an approved CD cleaner and wipe from the center out . Don’t : † Expose discs to direct sunlight or heat sources for extended periods of time . † Insert more than one disc into each slot of the CD changer magazine . † Clean using a circular motion . CD units are designed to play commercially pressed 12 cm ( 4.75 in ) audio compact discs only . Due to technical incompatibility , certain recordable and re - recordable compact discs may not function correctly when used in Ford CD players . Irregular shaped CDs , CDs with a scratch protection film attached , and CDs with homemade paper ( adhesive ) labels should not be inserted into the CD player . The label may peel and cause the CD to become jammed . It is recommended that homemade CDs be identified with permanent felt tip marker rather than adhesive labels . Ball point pens may damage CDs . Please contact your dealer for further information . AUDIO SYSTEM WARRANTY AND SERVICE Refer to the Warranty Guide for audio system warranty information . If service is necessary , see your dealer or qualified technician . 23
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Climate Controls Climate Controls ELECTRONIC AUTOMATIC EMPERATURE T CONTROL TC ) ( EA SYSTEM ( IF EQUIPPED ) 10 11 1 2 3 HI OFF F AUTO OUTSIDE TEMP AUTOMATIC MAX A / C NORM A / C VENT FLOOR FLR • DEF DEF LO 9 8 7 6 5 4 1 . OFF : Outside air is shut out and the fan will not operate . 2 . AUTOMATIC : Press AUTOMATIC and select the desired temperature using the temperature controls . The system will automatically determine fan speed , airflow location , and outside or recirculated air to heat or cool the vehicle to the selected temperature . The fan speed will remain automatic unless the thumbwheel is turned . 3 . Fan speed : Turn to manually increase or decrease fan speed . Distributes outside air through the windshield defroster 4 . Defrost : vents and the side window demisters . 5 . Floor / defrost : Distributes outside air through the windshield defroster , vents , floor vents and the side window demisters . 6 . Floor : Distributes outside air through the floor vents . 7 . Vent : Distributes outside air through the instrument panel vents . 24
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Climate Controls 8 . Norm A / C : Uses outside air to cool the vehicle . Air flows from the instrument panel vents only . 9 . Max A / C : Uses recirculated air to cool the vehicle . Air flows from the instrument panel vents only . This mode will help prevent unpleasant odors from entering the vehicle . 10 . Outside Temp : Press to display the outside temperature . It will remain in the display until pressed again . The temperature will be most accurate when the vehicle is in motion . 11 . Temperature control : Press this control to select the temperature . The display window indicates the selected temperature . Fahrenheit / Celsius temperature : Press MAX A / C and DEF simultaneously to toggle between Fahrenheit and Celsius temperature . The set point temperatures in Celsius will be displayed in half - degree increments . Operating tips † To reduce fog build up on the windshield during humid weather , place the air flow selector in the position . † To reduce humidity build up inside the vehicle : do not drive with the air flow selector in the OFF or MAX A / C position . † Under normal weather conditions , do not leave the air flow selector in MAX A / C or OFF when the vehicle is parked . This allows the vehicle to “ breathe ” using the outside air inlet vents . † Do not put objects under the front seats that will interfere with the airflow to the back seats . † Remove any snow , ice or leaves from the air intake area at the base of the windshield . To aid in side window defogging / demisting in cold weather : 1 . Select NORM A / C . 2 . Modulate the temperature control to maintain comfort . 3 . Set the fan speed to HI 4 . Direct the outer instrument panel vents towards the side windows To increase airflow to the outer instrument panel vents , close the vents located in the middle of the instrument panel . 25
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Climate Controls Do not place objects on top of the instrument panel as these objects may become projectiles in a collision or sudden stop . REAR WINDOW DEFROSTER The rear defroster control is located on the instrument panel . R Press the rear defroster control to clear the rear window of thin ice 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 a predetermined amount of time or when the ignition is turned to the OFF position . To manually turn off the defroster , press 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 . 26
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Lights Lights HEADLAMP CONTROL Turns the lamps off . Turns on the parking lamps , instrument panel lamps , license plate lamps and tail lamps . Turns the headlamps on . Your vehicle’s headlamp system is equipped with a feature that will not dim the instrument panel lighting when the headlamps are on in the daytime . Even during full daylight , the instrument panel lighting will still be visible with the headlamp operating . Autolamp control The autolamp system provides light sensitive automatic on - off control of the exterior lights normally controlled by the headlamp control . The autolamp system also keeps the lights on for a predetermined period of time after the ignition switch is turned to OFF . † To turn autolamps on , rotate the control counterclockwise to the next position from OFF . † To turn autolamps off , rotate the control clockwise past OFF to the , then back to OFF . parking lamp position The headlamps will turn on under the following conditions : 1 . Headlamp switch is turned to the “ headlamps on position ” 2 . With the ignition in run or start , wipers turned on and the headlamp switch in the autolamp position . 27
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Lights Foglamp control The foglamps can be turned on when the headlamp control is pulled toward you and is in any of the following positions : † Parking lamps † Low beams † Autolamps Daytime running lamps ( DRL ) ( if equipped ) Turns the lowbeam headlamps on with a reduced output . To activate : † the key must be in the ON position , † the parking brake released , 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 Light ( DRL ) System does not activate 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 . High beams Push the lever toward the instrument panel to activate . Pull the lever towards you to deactivate . 28
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Lights Flash to pass Pull toward you slightly to activate and release to deactivate . ANEL P DIMMER CONTROL Use to adjust the brightness of the instrument panel during headlight and parklamp operation . † Rotate the thumbwheel from left to right to brighten the instrument panel . † Rotate the thumbwheel from right to left to dim the instrument panel . Domelamp Control The panel dimmer control also controls the domelamp operation . † Rotate the thumbwheel fully to the right , past detent to activate the domelamp . † In order to turn off the domelamp , rotate the thumbwheel to the left . 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 . 29
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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 . † ( 1 ) Eight feet † ( 2 ) Center height of lamp to ground † ( 3 ) Twenty five feet † ( 4 ) Horizontal reference line 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 . 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 . 30
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Lights 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 . The flash rate of the turn signal will speed up considerably if the left or right turn lamp bulb ( front or rear ) is burned out . Cornering lamps When the turn signal is used and the headlamps are on , the cornering lamps will light either the right or left side depending on the direction of the turn . 31
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Lights MAP / COURTESY LAMPS Without a moon roof With a moon roof To turn on the map lamps , press the map lamp control . BULBS Replacing exterior bulbs Check the operation of all the bulbs frequently . 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 . Function Trade Number Headlamp 9007 Park lamp and turn lamp ( front ) 3157 AK Cornering lamp ( front ) 3156 K Tail , stop and turn ( rear ) 3157 K 32
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Lights Function Trade Number Backup lamp 3156 K License plate lamp 168 High - mount brakelamp 912 Foglamps H1 Luggage compartment lamp 211 - 2 Dome lamp 906 Underhood lamp 211 – 2 Rear reading lamp 211 - 2 Map lamp 168 Illuminated visor mirror 168 Dual floorwell lamp 906 Glove compartment 168 All replacement bulbs are clear in color except where noted . To replace all instrument panel lights - see your dealer . Replacing the interior bulbs Check the operation of all bulbs frequently . Replacing headlamp bulbs To remove the headlamp bulb : 1 . Make sure the headlamp control is in the OFF position , then open the hood 2 . Remove the three pin type retainers and the radiator sight shield . 33
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Lights 3 . Disconnect the electrical connector . 4 . Remove the headlamp retainer bolts and the headlamp assembly . 5 . Remove the headlamp bulb protective cover . 6 . Remove the bulb retaining ring by rotating it counterclockwise to free it from the bulb socket and slide the ring off of the plastic base . Keep the ring to retain the new bulb . 7 . Disconnect the electrical connector from the bulb . 8 . To install , reverse the removal procedure . ( Re - aiming the headlamps may be necessary . For additional information refer to the headlamp aiming section of the owner’s guide . ) 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 . Note : If the bulb is accidentally touched , it should be cleaned with rubbing alcohol before being used . The headlamp bulb should not be removed from the headlamp until just before a replacement bulb is installed . Removing the bulb for an extended period of time may affect headlamp bulb performance . Contaminants may enter the headlamp where they can settle on the lens and reflector . Never turn the headlamps on with the bulb removed . 34
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Lights Replacing front parking lamp / turn signal bulbs The park / turn lamp bulbs can be replaced with out removing the headlamp assembly . 1 . Make sure headlamp switch is in OFF position , then open the hood . 2 . Remove the three pin type retainers and the radiator shield . 3 . Remove the headlamp assembly retaining nuts , the side turn signal lamp retaining nuts and the side turn signal assembly . 4 . Remove the bulb from the side turn lamp assembly . 5 . Disconnect the electrical connector from the bulb and replace the bulb . Note : The parking lamp / turn signal bulbs should not be removed from the lamp until just before a replacement bulb is installed . Removing the bulb for an extended period of time may affect headlamp bulb performance . Contaminants may enter the headlamp where they can settle on the lens and reflector . Never turn the lamps on with the bulb removed . 6 . To install , reverse the order of the removal procedure . Replacing tail lamp / brake / turn lamp bulbs The tail lamp , the brake lamp and the turn signal lamp bulbs are located in the tail lamp assembly . Follow the same steps to replace either bulb . 1 . Make sure headlamp switch is in OFF position , then open the trunk and carefully pull the carpet away to expose the plastic retainer . 2 . Remove plastic retainer to expose the lamp assembly hardware . 3 . Remove three nut and washer assemblies and the lamp assembly from the vehicle . 4 . Remove the bulb socket by rotating it counterclockwise , then pulling it out of the lamp assembly . 35
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Lights 5 . Pull the bulb from the socket and push in the new bulb . 6 . Install the bulb socket into the lamp assembly by rotating it clockwise . 7 . Install the lamp assembly on the vehicle with three nut and washer assemblies ensuring the washers on the nuts are flush with the body to prevent water from entering the trunk . 8 . Install the plastic retainer and carefully push the carpet back in to place . Replacing foglamp bulbs 1 . Remove the bulb socket from the foglamp by turning counterclockwise . 2 . Disconnect the electrical connector from the foglamp bulb . 3 . Connect the new foglamp bulb to the electrical connector . 4 . Install the bulb socket in the foglamp turning clockwise . Replacing license plate lamp bulbs 1 . Make sure headlamp switch is in OFF position , then remove two screws , grommets and the license plate lamp assembly from the trunk lid . 2 . Carefully pull the bulb from the socket and push in the new bulb . 3 . Install the lamp assembly on trunk lid with two grommets , ensuring the grommets are pushed all the way in to the trunk lid and secure with two screws . 36
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Lights Replacing backup lamp bulbs 1 . Make sure headlamp switch is in OFF position , then open trunk and remove bulb socket from the trunk lid by turning counterclockwise . 2 . Pull the bulb straight out of the socket and push in the new bulb . 3 . Install the bulb socket in trunk lid by turning clockwise . Replacing high - mount brakelamp bulbs 1 . Remove two screws from the lamp assembly . 2 . Carefully lift the lamp assembly up for access to the bulbs . 3 . Carefully pull the bulb socket out of the lamp assembly . 4 . Pull the bulb straight out of the socket and push in the new bulb . To install , reverse the removal procedure . 37
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Driver Controls Driver Controls MULTI - FUNCTION LEVER Windshield wiper : Rotate the end of the control away from you to increase the speed of the wipers ; rotate towards you to decrease the speed of the wipers . Windshield washer : Push the end of the stalk : † briefly : causes a single swipe of the wipers without washer fluid . † a quick push and hold : the wipers will swipe three times with washer fluid . † a long push and hold : the wipers and washer fluid will be activated for up to ten seconds . indshield W wiper / washer features The exterior lamps will turn on with the ignition on , Headlamp control in the Autolamp position and the windshield wipers are turned on . Changing the wiper blades To make changing the wiper blades easy , turn the ignition to ACC , then turn the wipers on . When the wipers reach the vertical position , turn the ignition to LOCK . To replace the wiper blades : 1 . Pull the wiper arm away from the windshield and lock into the service position . 2 . Press and hold the tab on the blade and slide the blade off the wiper arm pin . 3 . To attach the new wiper blade , press and hold the tab on the blade and slide the blade on to the wiper arm pin . Then release the tab . 4 . Replace wiper blades every 6 months for optimum performance . 38
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Driver Controls ILT T STEERING WHEEL To adjust the steering wheel : 1 . Pull and hold the steering wheel release control toward you . 2 . Move the steering wheel up or down until you find the desired location . 3 . Release the steering wheel release control . This will lock the steering wheel in position . Never adjust the steering wheel when the vehicle is moving . ILLUMINATED VISOR MIRROR Lift the mirror cover to turn on the visor mirror lamps . OVERHEAD CONSOLE WITHOUT MOON ROOF ( IF EQUIPPED ) The appearance of your vehicle’s overhead console will vary according to your option package . Some of the features in the overhead console include a compass and HomeLinkt . To program the Homelinkt , refer to Homelinkt Wireless Control System it this chapter . Electronic compass display ( if equipped ) Compass : The compass display is contained in the overhead console . The vehicle heading is displayed as one of N , NE , E , SE , S , SW , W and NW . The compass reading may be affected when you drive near large buildings , bridges , power lines and powerful broadcast antenna . Magnetic or metallic objects placed in or on the vehicle may also affect compass accuracy . Adjustments may need to be made to the zone and calibration of the compass . 39
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Driver Controls Compass zone adjustment 1 . Determine which magnetic zone 3 2 1 15 you are in by referring to the zone map . 4 14 2 . Turn the ignition to the ON 13 position . 5 12 6 7 8 11 9 10 3 . Press and hold the MODE control until VAR appears in the display , then release . The display should show the current zone number . 4 . Press the MODE control until the desired zone number appears . The display will flash and then return to normal operation . The zone is now updated . Compass calibration adjustment Perform this adjustment in an open area free from steel structures and high voltage lines : 1 . Press and hold the MODE control until CAL appears in the display ( approximately eight seconds ) and release . 2 . Drive the vehicle slowly ( less than 5 km / h [ 3 mph ] ) in circles until CAL indicator turns off in about 2 – 3 complete circles . 3 . The compass is now calibrated . 40
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Driver Controls OVERHEAD CONSOLE WITH MOON ROOF ( IF EQUIPPED ) The appearance of your vehicle’s overhead console will vary according to your option package . Some of the features in the overhead console include Compass , Homelink , and Moon Roof controls . Compass mode The compass reading may be affected when you drive near large buildings , bridges , power lines and powerful broadcast antenna . Magnetic or metallic objects placed in , on or near the vehicle may also affect compass accuracy . 1 . Turn ignition to the ON position . 2 . Start the engine . 3 . From a blank display press and release the MODE button once . The directional heading will be displayed . Note : If the compass is de - calibrated , CAL will be displayed in the right corner of the display . Refer to “ Calibration mode ” in this section for more details . 4 . The overhead console displays the compass heading in one of eight directions : NORTH , NORTHEAST , EAST , SOUTHEAST , SOUTH , SOUTHWEST , WEST , and NORTHWEST . Zone variation mode Most geographic areas ( zones ) have a magnetic north compass point that varies slightly from the northerly direction on maps . A correct zone setting will eliminate compass heading error . For optimum calibration , turn off all electrical accessories ( heater / air conditioning , wipers , etc . ) and make sure all vehicle doors are shut . To set the compass zone : 1 . Press and release the MODE button until the compass directional heading is displayed . 41
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Driver Controls 2 . Hold down the MODE button for 5 seconds to enter zone mode . The display will read PRESS RESET TO SET ZONE XX where XX is the current zone . 3 . Release the MODE button . 4 . Repeatedly press and release the RESET button to scroll through the zones 1 – 15 until the desired zone is 15 3 2 1 displayed . 4 14 5 . Press the MODE button to save 13 the new zone setting and return to 5 the compass normal mode . 12 Note : The compass exits the zone setting mode and returns to its 6 7 8 11 9 10 previous setting after one minute of no activity . Note : If power is interrupted during the zone setting process , the compass resets to the same zone it was set to before the zone change process was started . Calibration mode To calibrate the compass : 1 . Press and release the MODE button until the compass directional heading is displayed . 2 . Hold down the MODE button for 10 seconds to enter the calibration mode . The display will read PRESS RESET TO DECAL . 3 . Release the MODE button . 42
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Driver Controls 4 . Press the RESET button to de - calibrate the compass . The display will read CIRCLE SLOWLY TO CALIBRATE for a few seconds and then display a direction with CAL displayed on the right side . 5 . Slowly drive the vehicle in a circle ( less than 5 km / h [ 3 mph ] ) . This will take up to three circles to complete calibration . 6 . The correct compass heading will be displayed when the compass is calibrated . Note : If the RESET button is not pressed , the compass will exit calibration mode after three minutes of no activity and the original calibration data will be restored . Note : If power is interrupted during the calibration process , the compass resets to the original calibration data from before the calibration process started . HomeLink T mode rain T mode Note : Do not train the HomeLinkt with the vehicle parked in the garage . To train a HomeLinkt button to control a specific device : 1 . Select the HomeLinkt button to train . 2 . Press and continuously hold the button for 20 seconds . CHANNEL X TRANSMIT will be displayed ( X will be 1 , 2 , or 3 ) during this time . Note : If more than one button is pressed , priority will be given to the lowest numbered channel . 43
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Driver Controls 3 . After 20 seconds , the display will read CHANNEL X TRANING to indicate training has started . Continue to hold the button . Note : If the channel being trained has not been previously trained , the channel will immediately enter the training mode ( no 20 second delay ) . 4 . Point the original garage door opener / transmitter at the overhead console . Hold down the original transmitter’s button so the overhead console can learn the transmitter’s frequency and data stream . 5 . Training will be complete in 100 seconds or less . CHANNEL X TRAINED will be displayed when training is complete . 6 . DID NOT TRAIN will be displayed if the channel did not properly train . 7 . Release the channel X button . Training is complete . Note : Additional training may be required for rolling code equipped devices . Refer to the Rolling code programming in this section . Rolling code programming To train a garage door opener ( or other rolling code equipped devices ) with the rolling code feature , follow these instructions after completing the “ Train mode ” in this section . ( A second person may make the following training procedures quicker & easier ) 1 . Locate the “ learn ” or “ smart ” button on the garage door motor head unit . Exact location and color of the button may vary by product 44
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Driver Controls brand . If there is difficulty locating the “ learn ” or “ smart ” button refer to the device’s owner manual or contact HomeLinkt at 1 – 800 – 355 – 3515 or on the Internet at www . homelink . com . 2 . Press and release the “ learn ” or “ smart ” button on the garage door motor head unit . Note : Following step 2 , there are 30 seconds in which to initiate step 3 . 3 . Press and release the programmed HomeLinkt button . Press and release the HomeLinkt button a second time to complete the training process . ( Some garage door openers may require this procedure to be done a third time to complete the training . ) The rolling code equipped device should now recognize the HomeLinkt signal and activate when the HomeLink button is pressed . The remaining two buttons may now be programmed if this has not previously been done . Refer to the “ Train mode ” in this section . ransmit T mode 1 . Select the button for the desired channel ( for example , for the garage door you wish to open ) . 2 . Press the button . CHANNEL X TRANSMIT is displayed . 3 . The proper signal is transmitted to the device being controlled . 4 . Release the button . Note : If more than one button is pressed , priority will be given to the lowest numbered channel . 45
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Driver Controls Erase mode To erase all three HomeLinkt channel codes : 1 . Simultaneously press and hold buttons 1 and 3 for 20 seconds . 2 . CLEARING CHANNELS will be displayed when the channel codes are being erased . 3 . CHANNELS CLEARED will be displayed when the erase operation is complete . 4 . Release buttons 1 and 3 . HomeLink T default code mode HomeLinkt uses default codes for testing and for optional home lighting accessories . To load the default codes : 1 . Simultaneously press and hold buttons 1 and 3 . CLEARING CHANNELS is displayed . 46
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Driver Controls 2 . After 20 seconds CHANNELS CLEARED is displayed . Continue to hold the buttons . 3 . After 10 more seconds , CHANNELS DEFAULTED is displayed when all the channel default codes have been successfully loaded . Note : If you need to train the garage door opener , refer to “ Train mode ” in this section . AUXILIARY POWER POINT The auxiliary power point is located in the floor console storage bin . Do not plug optional electrical accessories into the cigarette lighter . Use the power point . Do not use the power point for operating the cigarette lighter element . The Maximum power each power point can supply depends on the fuse rating . For example : a 20A fuse should supply a maximum of 240 Watts , a 15A fuse should supply a maximum of 180 Watts and a 10A fuse should supply a maximum of 120 Watts . Exceeding these limits will result in a blown fuse . Always keep the power point caps closed when not being used . Power outlets are designed for accessory plugs only . Do not hang any type of accessory or accessory bracket from the plug . Improper use of the power outlet can cause damage not covered by your warranty . 47
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Driver Controls POWER INDOWS W ( IF EQUIPPED ) When closing the power windows , you should verify they are free of obstructions and ensure that children and / or pets are not in the proximity of the window openings . Press and hold the bottom part of the rocker switch to open the window . Press and hold the top part of the rocker switch to close the window . One touch down Allows the driver’s window to open fully without holding the control down . Press completely down on the bottom part of the rocker switch and release quickly . Press the top part of the rocker switch to stop . indow W lock The window lock feature allows only the driver to operate the power windows . To lock out all the window controls except for the driver’s press the left side of the control . Press the right side to restore the window controls . 48
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Driver Controls POWER SIDE VIEW MIRRORS To adjust your mirrors : 1 . Select to adjust the left to adjust the right mirror or mirror . 2 . Move the control in the direction you wish to tilt the mirror . 3 . Return to the center position to lock mirrors in place . Heated outside mirrors Both mirrors are heated automatically to remove ice , mist and fog when the rear window defrost is activated . Do not remove ice from the mirrors with a scraper or attempt to readjust the mirror glass if it is frozen in place . These actions could cause damage to the glass and mirrors . Fold - away mirrors Pull the side mirrors in carefully when driving through a narrow space , like an automatic car wash . Automatic dimming inside rear view mirror Your vehicle is equipped with an inside rear view mirror which has an auto - dimming function . The electronic day / night mirror will change from the normal state to the non - glare state when bright lights ( glare ) reach the mirror . When the mirror detects bright light from front or behind , it will automatically adjust ( darken ) to minimize glare . 49
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Driver Controls Do not block the sensor on the backside of the mirror since this may impair proper mirror performance . OFF AUTO Press the control to turn the mirror OFF or AUTO . The mirror will automatically return to the normal state whenever the vehicle is placed in R ( Reverse ) ( when the mirror is on ) to ensure a bright clear view when backing up . POWER ADJUSTABLE FOOT PEDALS The accelerator and brake pedal should only be adjusted when the vehicle is stopped and the gearshift lever is in the P ( Park ) position . Press and hold the rocker control to adjust accelerator and brake pedal . † Press the right side of the control to adjust the pedals toward you . † Press the left side of the control to adjust the pedals away from you . The adjustment allows for approximately 65 mm ( 2.5 inches ) of maximum travel . Never adjust the accelerator and brake pedal with feet on the pedals while the vehicle is moving . SPEED CONTROL With speed control set , you can maintain a speed of 48 km / h ( 30 mph ) or more without keeping your foot on the accelerator pedal . Speed control does not work at speeds below 48 km / h ( 30 mph ) . Do not use the speed control in heavy traffic or on roads that are winding , slippery or unpaved . 50
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Driver Controls Setting speed control The controls for using your speed control are located on the steering wheel for your convenience . 1 . Press the ON control and release it . 2 . Accelerate to the desired speed . 3 . Press the SET ACCEL control and release it . 4 . Take your foot off the accelerator pedal . Note : † Vehicle speed may vary momentarily when driving up and down a steep hill . † If the vehicle speed increases above the set speed on a downhill , you may want to apply the brakes to reduce the speed . † If the vehicle speed decreases more than 16 km / h ( 10 mph ) below your set speed on an uphill , your speed control will disengage . Disengaging speed control To disengage the speed control : † Depress the brake pedal Disengaging the speed control will not erase previous set speed . Resuming a set speed Press the RESUME control and release it . This will automatically return the vehicle to the previously set speed . The RESUME control will not work if the vehicle speed is not faster than 48 km / h ( 30 mph ) . 51
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Driver Controls Increasing speed while using speed control There are two ways to set a higher speed : † Press and hold the SET ACCEL control until you get to the desired speed , then release the control . You can also use the SET ACCEL control to operate the Tap - Up function . Press and release this control to increase the vehicle set speed in small amounts by 1.6 km / h ( 1 mph ) . † Use the accelerator pedal to get to the desired speed . When the vehicle reaches that speed press and release the SET ACCEL control . Reducing speed while using speed control There are two ways to reduce a set speed : † Press and hold the COAST control until you get to the desired speed , then release the control . You can also use the COAST control to operate the Tap - Down function . Press and release this control to decrease the vehicle set speed in small amounts by 1.6 km / h ( 1 mph ) . † Depress the brake pedal until the desired vehicle speed is reached , press the SET ACCEL control . 52
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Driver Controls urning T f of speed control There are two ways to turn off the speed control : † Depress the brake pedal . This will not erase your vehicle’s previously set speed . † Press the speed control OFF control . Note : When you turn off the speed control or the ignition , your speed control set speed memory is erased . STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS Radio control features † Press MODE to select AM , FM1 , FM2 , TAPE or CD ( if equipped ) . In Radio mode : NEXT † Press NEXT to select a preset station from memory . In Tape mode : MODE † Press NEXT to listen to the next selection on the tape . In CD mode : † Press NEXT to listen to the next track on the disc . In any mode : † Press VOL up or down to adjust the volume . Climate control features † Press TEMP up or down to adjust temperature . † Press FAN up or down to adjust fan speed . 53
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Driver Controls MOON ROOF ( IF EQUIPPED ) To open the moon roof : † Press and hold the control forward to raise the moon roof to the vent position ( when the glass panel is closed ) . † For one - touch operation , press and release the rear portion of the control ; this will fully open the moon roof . † To stop one - touch operation at the desired position , press and release the forward portion of the control . To close the moon roof : † Press and hold the front portion of the control . † To close from the vent position , press and hold the rear portion of the control . Do not let children play with the moon roof . They may seriously hurt themselves . HOMELINK T IRELESS W CONTROL SYSTEM The HomeLinkt Wireless Control System , located on the driver’s visor , provides a convenient way to replace up to three hand - held transmitters with a single built - in device . This feature will learn the radio frequency codes of most current transmitters to operate garage doors , entry gate operators , security systems , entry door locks , and home or office lighting . When programming your HomeLinkt Wireless Control System to a garage door or gate , be sure that people and objects are out of the way to prevent potential harm or damage . Do not use the HomeLinkt Wireless Control System with any garage door opener that lacks safety stop and reverse features as required by U . S . federal safety standards ( this includes any garage door opener model manufactured before April 1 , 1982 ) . A garage door which cannot detect an object , signaling the door to stop and reverse , does not meet current U . S . federal safety standards . For more information , contact HomeLinkt at : www . homelink . com or 1 – 800 – 355 – 3515 . 54
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Driver Controls Retain the original transmitter for use in other vehicles as well as for future programming procedures ( i . e . new HomeLinkt equipped vehicle purchase ) . It is also suggested that upon the sale of the vehicle , the programmed Homelinkt buttons be erased for security purposes , refer to Programming in this section . Programming Do not program HomeLinkt with the vehicle parked in the garage . Note : Some vehicles may require the ignition switch to be turned to the second ( or “ ACC ” ) position for programming and / or operation of the HomeLinkt . It is also recommended that a new battery be placed in the hand - held transmitter of the device being programmed to HomeLinkt for quicker training and accurate transmission of the radio - frequency signal . 1 . Press and hold the two outside buttons releasing only when the red light begins to flash after 20 seconds . Do not repeat step one to program additional hand - held transmitters to the remaining two HomeLinkt buttons . This will erase previously programmed hand - held transmitter signals into HomeLinkt . 2 . Position the end of your hand - held transmitter 2 – 8 cm ( 1 – 3 inches ) away from the HomeLinkt button you wish to program ( located on your overhead console ) while keeping the red light in view . 3 . Simultaneously press and hold both the HomeLinkt and hand - held transmitter button . Do not release the buttons until step 4 has been completed . Some entry gates and garage door openers may require you to replace step 3 with procedures noted in the “ Gate Operator and Canadian Programming ” section for Canadian residents . 4 . The red light will flash slowly and then rapidly . Release both buttons when the red light flashes rapidly . ( The rapid flashing light indicates acceptance of the hand - held transmitters ’ radio frequency signals . ) 55
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Driver Controls 5 . Press and hold the just - trained HomeLinkt button and observe the red light . If the light is a constant red , programming is complete and your device should activate when the HomeLinkt button is pressed and released . Note : To program the remaining two HomeLinkt buttons , begin with step 2 in the “ Programming ” section — do not repeat step 1 . Note : If the red light blinks rapidly for two seconds and then turns to a continuous red , proceed with steps 6 through 8 to complete programming of a rolling code equipped device . 6 . At the garage door opener receiver ( motor - head unit ) in the garage , locate the “ learn ” or “ smart ” button ( usually near where the hanging antenna wire is attached to the unit ) . 7 . Press and release the “ learn ” or “ smart ” button . ( The name and color of the button may vary by manufacturer . ) Note : There are 30 seconds in which to initiate step eight . 8 . Return to the vehicle and firmly press , hold for two seconds and release the HomeLinkt button . Repeat the press / hold / release sequence again , and , depending on the brand of the garage door opener ( or other rolling code equipped device ) , repeat this sequence a third time to complete the programming . HomeLinkt should now activate your rolling code equipped device . To program additional HomeLinkt buttons begin with step 2 in the “ Programming ” section . For questions or comments , please contact HomeLink at www . homelink . com or 1 – 800 – 355 – 3515 . Operating the HomeLink T ireless W Control System To operate , simply press and release the appropriate HomeLinkt button . Activation will now occur for the trained product ( garage door , gate operator , security system , entry door lock , or home or office lighting etc . ) . For convenience , the hand - held transmitter of the device may also be used at any time . In the event that there are still programming difficulties , contact HomeLinkt at www . homelink . com or 1 – 800 – 355 – 3515 . 56
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Driver Controls Erasing HomeLink T buttons To erase the three programmed buttons ( individual buttons cannot be erased ) : † Press and hold the two outer HomeLinkt buttons until the red indicator light begins to flash - after 20 seconds . Release both buttons . Do not hold for longer that 30 seconds . HomeLinkt is now in the train ( or learning ) mode and can be programmed at any time beginning with step 2 in the “ Programming ” section . Reprogramming a single HomeLink T button To program a device to HomeLinkt using a HomeLinkt button previously trained , follow these steps : 1 . Press and hold the desired HomeLinkt button . Do NOT release the button . 2 . The red indicator light will begin to flash after 20 seconds . Without releasing the HomeLinkt button , follow step 2 in the “ Programming ” section . For questions or comments , contact HomeLinkt at www . homelink . com or 1 – 800 – 355 – 3515 . Gate Operator & Canadian Programming During programming , your hand - held transmitter may automatically stop transmitting — not allowing enough time for HomeLinkt to accept the signal from the hand - held transmitter . After completing steps 1 and 2 outlined in the “ Programming ” section , replace step 3 with the following : Note : If programming a garage door opener or gate operator , it is advised to unplug the device during the “ cycling ” process to prevent overheating . 57
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Driver Controls † Continue to press and hold the HomeLinkt button ( note step 3 in the “ Programming ” section ) while you press and release — every two seconds ( “ cycle ” ) your hand - held transmitter until the frequency signal has been accepted by the HomeLinkt . The red indicator light will flash slowly and then rapidly after HomeLinkt accepts the radio frequency signal . † Proceed with step 4 in the “ Programming ” section . INTERIOR TRUNK CONTROL The remote trunk release control is located on the driver’s door trim panel and can be operated at any time . You can render the switch inoperable by locking the button with your master key . CELL PHONE USE The use of Mobile Communications Equipment has become increasingly important in the conduct of business and personal affairs . However , drivers must not compromise their own or others ’ safety when using such equipment . Mobile Communications can enhance personal safety and security when appropriately used , particularly in emergency situations . Safety must be paramount when using mobile communications equipment to avoid negating these benefits . Mobile Communication Equipment includes , but is not limited to cellular phones , pagers , portable email devices , in vehicle communications systems , telematics devices and portable two - way radios . A driver’s first responsibility is the safe operation of the vehicle . The most important thing you can do to prevent a crash is to avoid distractions and pay attention to the road . Wait until it is safe to operate Mobile Communications Equipment . 58
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Driver Controls CENTER CONSOLE Your vehicle may be equipped with a variety of console features . These include : † Utility compartment † Power point ( inside utility compartment storage bin ) † Cupholders † Air vents to the rear seating positions ( heat only ) † Coin holders ( inside utility compartment storage bin ) † Ash tray cup ( insert in left cup holder only ) Use only soft cups in the cupholder . Hard objects can injure you in a collision . POSITIVE RETENTION FLOOR T MA Position the driver floor mat so that the eyelet is over the pointed end of the retention post and rotate forward to lock in . Make sure that the mat does not interfere with the operation of the accelerator or the brake pedal . To remove the floor mat , reverse the installation procedure . 59
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Locks and Security Locks and Security KEYS The key operates all locks on your vehicle . In case of loss , replacement keys are available from your dealer . You should always carry a second key with you in a safe place in case you require it in an emergency . Refer to SecuriLocky Passive Anti - Theft System for more information . POWER DOOR LOCKS Press control to unlock all vehicle doors . Press control to lock all vehicle doors . Smart locks With the key in any ignition position , and either the driver’s or passenger’s door open , the doors cannot be locked using the power door lock switches . The vehicle may still be locked with the key in the ignition , and performing one of the following actions : † Pressing the manual lock button on the door . † Operating the remote entry transmitter ( if equipped ) . † Operating the keyless entry keypad ( if equipped ) . † Operating the driver’s door with a key . 60
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