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2010 Pontiac G6 Miami



2010 Pontiac G6 color brochure provided by Brickell Motors located in Miami, FL. Find the 2010 Pontiac G6 for sale in Florida; call about our current sales and incentives at (786) 245-4889....

2010 Pontiac G6 color brochure provided by Brickell Motors located in Miami, FL. Find the 2010 Pontiac G6 for sale in Florida; call about our current sales and incentives at (786) 245-4889.
For over 12 years, Brickell Motors has dedicated its business to building long-term relationships with our clients. During that time, we have become one of the most successful dealerships in the Miami area, providing customers with reliable and affordable vehicles.



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  • Brickell Motors 665 SW 8th Street Miami, FL 33130 (786) 245-4889 http://www.brickellpontiac.com/ For over 12 years, Brickell Motors has dedicated its business to building long -term relationships with our clients. During that time, we have become one of the most successful dealerships in the Miami area, providing customers with reliable and affordable vehicles. REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM AUDIO SYSTEM FEATURES Climate Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Remote Keyless Entry . . . . . . . . . .2 Audio System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Exterior Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Remote Vehicle Start System . . .2 Audio Steering Wheel Controls .9 Sunroof . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 RKE Transmitter Battery Bluetooth® System . . . . . . . . . . . .9 60/40 Split Rear Seat . . . . . . . . . .18 Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 XM® Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Retractable Hardtop COMFORT FEATURES INSTRUMENT PANEL FEATURES Convertible . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Adjusting the Power Seat . . . . . .4 Instrument Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Window Indexing . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Adjusting Lumbar Support and Instrument Panel Cluster . . . . . .11 MAINTENANCE FEATURES Seatback Position . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Driver Information Center . . . . .12 Tire Pressure Monitor . . . . . . . . .19 Easy Entry Seat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 CONVENIENCE FEATURES Securing the Fuel Cap . . . . . . . .19 Heated Seat Controls . . . . . . . . . .5 Automatic Transmission Resetting the Oil Life System . .19 Shoulder Belt Height Adjuster . .6 Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 OWNER INFORMATION Tilt/Telescoping Steering Traction Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Roadside Assistance . . . . . . . . .20 Wheel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Automatic Door Locks . . . . . . . .15 Pontiac Owner Center . . . . . . . .20 Power Mirrors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Speed-Sensitive Wipers . . . . . .15 Cruise Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Congratulations on your purchase of a Pontiac G6. Please read this information about your vehicle’s features and your Owner Manual to ensure an outstanding ownership experience. Note that your vehicle may not include all the features described in this booklet. Keep this booklet with your Owner Manual for easy reference.
  • REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM Remote Keyless Entry (Trunk Release): The trunk will unlatch when this button on the transmitter is pressed and held for approximately one second. You can open the trunk with the transmitter when the vehicle is stationary. The trunk may also be opened using the Trunk Release button located on the driver-side door. (Vehicle Locator/Panic Alarm): Press and hold this button for approxi- mately one second to locate your The features of the Remote Keyless vehicle. The horn will sound three times Entry (RKE) transmitter include: and the headlamps and parking lamps (Remote Start) (if equipped): This will flash three times. feature can be used to start the engine. To sound the panic alarm, press and (See Remote Vehicle Start System.) hold the button for three seconds. The (Lock): Press this button to lock all horn will sound and the headlamps and the doors. The interior lamps will turn parking lamps will flash for two min- off after a short delay once all doors are utes. Press the button again to cancel closed. If enabled through the Driver the panic alarm. Information Center (DIC), the parking See Section 2 of your Owner Manual. lamps will flash once and/or the horn will chirp to indicate locking has occurred. Remote Vehicle Start System (Unlock): Press this button to unlock (if equipped) the driver’s door. If the button is pressed This feature allows you to start the again within five seconds, all remaining engine from outside the vehicle by doors will unlock. The interior lamps using the Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) will illuminate and remain on for 10 transmitter. The remote start capability seconds or until the ignition is turned must be turned on using the Driver on. If enabled through the DIC, the park- Information Center. (See the Driver ing lamps will flash twice and the horn Information Center section.) will chirp twice to indicate unlocking has occurred. During a remote start, the manual climate control system will operate at its last setting before the vehicle was turned off. With automatic climate control (if equipped), the system will default to a heating or cooling mode based on outside temperature. 2
  • REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM Remote Keyless Entry System Canceling a Remote Start To turn off the engine instead of driving after a remote start, do any of the following: • Press and hold the (Remote Start) button until the parking lamps Features Comfort turn off. • Press and release the Hazard Warning Flashers button. Press it Starting the Vehicle again to turn off the flashers. 1. Aim the RKE transmitter at the • Turn the key in the ignition switch to Audio System vehicle. (Transmitter range is within the On position and then off. Features approximately 200 feet of the vehicle.) Note: Instructions for the Remote Vehicle Start System are provided on a tag that 2. Press and release the (Lock) can be attached to your vehicle’s key button on the transmitter. chain. 3. Immediately press and hold the Panel Features (Remote Start) button for about four Instrument See Section 2 of your Owner Manual. seconds. When the vehicle starts, the parking lamps will light and remain on while the engine is running. The engine will continue running for 10 minutes. 4. Repeat these steps for a 10-minute Convenience time extension. Only two consecu- Features tive remote starts are allowed. When you enter the vehicle after a remote start, the ignition must be turned to the On position before driving. Note: The Remote Vehicle Start feature Maintenance will not operate if the key is in the ignition, Features the hood is open, or the Check Engine light is illuminated on the instrument panel cluster. Information Owner 3
  • REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM COMFORT FEATURES RKE Transmitter Battery Adjusting the Power Seat Replacement The power seat can be adjusted up or Under normal use, the battery in your down using the power height adjuster Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) transmitter located on the outboard side of the should last about two years. You can driver’s seat. The seat can be manually tell the battery is weak if the transmit- adjusted forward or rearward. ter won’t work at the normal range in any location. If you have to get close to Move the Seat Forward or your vehicle before the transmitter Rearward works, it’s probably time to change the • Lift and hold the bar under the front battery. Your Driver Information Center of the seat to manually slide the will also advise you when the battery is seat. becoming weak. Raise or Lower the Entire Seat Replace the Battery • Press and hold the height adjuster 1. Use a flat, thin object to separate control up or down. the bottom half from the top half of the transmitter. 2. Remove the battery and replace it with a new one. Make sure the positive side of the battery faces up. 3. Put the two halves back together. Make sure they are tightly secured. Note: When replacing the battery, use one Raise or Lower the Front or Rear of 3-volt CR2032 or equivalent battery. Use the Seat Cushion (if equipped) care not to touch any of the transmitter circuitry. Static from your body transferred The 6-way power seat also features to these surfaces may damage the seat cushion adjustment. transmitter. • Press and hold the front or rear of the control up or down. See Section 2 of your Owner Manual. See Section 1 of your Owner Manual. 4
  • COMFORT FEATURES Remote Keyless Entry System Adjusting Lumbar Support To use the easy entry seat, pull back on and Seatback Position the top of the recliner lever and slide the seat forward. After the passenger Adjust the lumbar support using the enters the rear seat area, move the manual lumbar handle (A) located on seat rearward until it locks in place the outboard side of the driver’s seat- and adjust the seat to a comfortable Features Comfort back. Ratchet the handle down to position. Make sure both the seat and increase support and up to decrease seatback are locked. support. You may need to ratchet the See Section 1 of your Owner Manual. handle several times for the desired amount of support. Heated Seat Controls (if equipped) Audio System The heated front seat controls are locat- Features ed on the outboard corner of the driver and front passenger seats. The seats have a high and low heat setting. A B Panel Features Instrument Adjust the seatback position by pulling up the recliner handle (B) and adjusting the seatback forward or rearward. Release the handle to secure the seat- back in place. High Setting See Section 1 of your Owner Manual. • Press the top of the switch ( ) once Convenience Features to turn on the heated seat. It will Easy Entry Seat (if equipped) heat to the high setting (indicator light number 2). Coupe and convertible models feature Low Setting an easy entry front passenger seat that makes it easier to get in and out of the • Press the top of the switch ( ) twice rear seat. to turn on the seat to the low setting Maintenance (indicator light number 1). Features Off • Press the bottom of the switch ( ) to turn the heated seat off. See Section 1 of your Owner Manual. Information Owner 5
  • COMFORT FEATURES Shoulder Belt Height Adjuster Power Mirrors (sedan only) The power outside The shoulder belt can be adjusted to rearview mirrors can the height that is right for you. Push the be adjusted using Release button up or down to move the the controls located height adjuster. Once in a comfortable on the driver’s door. position, try to move the height adjuster Use the bottom to make sure it is locked in place. switch to select See Section 1 of your Owner Manual. the driver-side or passenger-side mirror; and then use the control pad to adjust the selected mirror Tilt/Telescoping Steering Wheel up, down or side to side. The mirror will move only when the control pad is in the 12, 3, 6 or 9 o’clock position. Move the selector switch to the center posi- tion when not adjusting either mirror. See Section 2 of your Owner Manual. Adjusting the Steering Wheel To adjust the position of the steering wheel: 1. Push down the lever located on the left side of the steering column. 2. Move the wheel up to a centered position or higher to telescope it in or out. 3. Tilt the wheel up or down to a comfortable position. 4. Pull the lever all the way up to lock the wheel in place. See Section 3 of your Owner Manual. 6
  • AUDIO SYSTEM FEATURES Remote Keyless Entry System Audio System CD/AUX: Press this button to play a CD instead of the radio. Press again and the system will automatically search for a portable audio device connected to the auxiliary input jack. EQ (Equalization): Press this button to Features Comfort select preset equalization settings. CAT (Category): Press this button to find XM stations within a desired category. Auxiliary Input Jack: A portable audio device (such as an iPod® or Audio System While most of the common features on MP3 player) can be connected to the Features your radio operate in a familiar manner, some of the following are new. Basic auxiliary input jack located on the radio. features include: Press the CD/AUX button to begin playing audio from the portable device (Power/Volume): Press this knob to over the vehicle speakers. To optimize turn the system on or off. Turn the knob speaker volume, fully increase the to adjust the volume. volume level of the portable device. Panel Features Instrument (Tune): Turn this knob to select Using the USB Port (if equipped) radio stations or, when a CD is playing, to select a track or MP3 file. The USB port is located on the front of the radio. A connected USB storage (Information): Press this button to device or an iPod® can be controlled display additional information related to using the radio buttons and knobs. the current FM-RDS or XM station, or The iPod music will appear on the radio MP3 file. Convenience display and begin playing automatically. Features Tone and Speaker Control: Press For more information, please refer to the (Tune) knob to adjust the tone your Owner Manual. control (bass/treble) or speaker control Radio Data System (balance/fade) setting. Turn the knob or press the SEEK, FWD or REV button When you tune to a Radio Data System to adjust the selected setting. (RDS) station, the station name or call letters will appear on the display Maintenance FAV (Favorite): Press this button to go Features instead of the frequency. Depending through up to six pages of any combina- on the RDS station, additional text tion (AM, FM or XM) of preset favorite information may be available by press- radio stations. On each page, up to six ing the (Information) button. stations are available by using the six pushbuttons below the radio display. RDS features are available for use only on FM stations that broadcast RDS BAND: Press this button to switch to information. RDS relies on receiving Information FM, AM or XM. When playing a CD or specific information from these stations Owner portable audio device, press this button and will work only when the informa- to play the radio instead. tion is available. 7
  • AUDIO SYSTEM FEATURES Setting Favorite Stations To store favorite stations: Before setting your favorite stations, 1. Tune in the desired radio station. shift the vehicle into Park. 2. Press the FAV button to display the page where the station is to be Note: Engaging in extended searching for stored. specific audio stations or songs by using buttons and knobs — or giving extended 3. Press and hold one of the six push- attention to entertainment tasks — can buttons until a beep sounds to store lead you to look away from the road the station. frequently or for prolonged periods, which may cause you to miss seeing things on 4. Repeat the steps for each push- the road that you need to see. Avoid button on each page. engaging in extended searching for specific items while driving. Setting the Time To set the time: You can set up to six pages of any 1. Turn on the radio. combination (AM, FM or XM) of favorite 2. Press the (Clock) button. Or, radio stations, with up to six stations if equipped, press the MENU button stored on each page. until the clock option is displayed; To set the number of favorite station and then press the pushbutton pages: located under the clock option label. 1. Press the MENU button to display The HR, MIN, MM, DD, YYYY labels the radio setup menu. will appear on the display. 2. Press the pushbutton below the FAV 3. Press the pushbutton under any of 1–6 label on the radio display. the labels to be changed. 3. Select the desired number of 4. Press the pushbutton again, the favorite station pages. right SEEK arrow or the FWD button to increase the numbers. Press the 4. Press the FAV button. You may now left SEEK arrow or the REV button to begin storing your favorite stations decrease the numbers. Rotating the for the chosen number of pages. (Tune) knob also will increase or decrease the numbers of the select- ed label. 5. Press the Clock or MENU button again to set the currently displayed time and date. See Section 3 of your Owner Manual. 8
  • AUDIO SYSTEM FEATURES Remote Keyless Entry System Audio Steering Wheel Controls Bluetooth® System (if equipped) The following The in-vehicle Bluetooth system allows audio controls users with a Bluetooth-enabled cell are located on phone to make and receive hands-free the steering phone calls using the vehicle’s audio Features Comfort wheel: system, microphone and controls. The Bluetooth-enabled cell phone must be + – paired with the in-vehicle Bluetooth (Volume): system before it can be used in the Press the plus vehicle. Not all phones will support all or minus button functions. to increase or Audio System decrease the Visit www.pontiac.com/bluetooth Features volume. for more information. (Next/Previous/End): Press See Section 3 of your Owner Manual. the up or down arrow to go to the next or previous preset radio station or, when a CD is playing, to the next or XM® Radio (if equipped) previous track. Panel Features XM Radio offers more than 170 Instrument Press and hold the up or down arrow channels of digital-quality sound that for one second to advance to the next goes wherever you go — coast to or previous radio station in the selected coast. After a free three-month trial band or, when a CD is playing, to con- period, activation and service sub- tinue moving to the next or previous scription fees apply. Service is based track on the CD. in the continental U.S. and Canada. Press the (End) button to end or For more information, visit XM online Convenience Features reject an OnStar or Bluetooth call. at www.XMradio.com or call (Mute/Voice Recognition): 1-800-929-2100. Press this button to silence the system. See Section 3 of your Owner Manual. Press it again to turn on the sound. Press and hold the button for two seconds to interact with the OnStar Maintenance or Bluetooth system. Features See Section 3 of your Owner Manual. Information Owner 9
  • INSTRUMENT PANEL FEATURES Instrument Panel A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P The main features of the instrument I. Cruise Control/Driver Information panel include: Center Buttons A. Turn Signal/Multifunction Lever J. Steering Wheel Adjustment Lever B. Instrument Panel Cluster K. Horn C. Windshield Wipers/Washer Lever L. Audio Steering Wheel Controls D. Hazard Warning Flashers Button M. Ignition Switch E. Audio System N. Climate Control System F. Hood Release Lever O. Shift Lever G. Instrument Panel Brightness Control P. Traction Control Button H. Fog Lamps Switch (if equipped) See Section 3 of your Owner Manual. 10
  • INSTRUMENT PANEL FEATURES Remote Keyless Entry System Instrument Panel Cluster A B C D E F Features Comfort Audio System Features G H I J K L M Panel Features Instrument The instrument panel cluster includes J. Safety Belt Reminder Light these key features: K. Odometer/Driver Information Center A. Tachometer L. Check Engine Light B. Airbag Readiness Light M. Tire Pressure Warning Light C. Speedometer Convenience Note: The instrument panel cluster is Features D. Security Light designed to let you know about many E. Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge important aspects of your vehicle’s operation. It is important to read your F. Fuel Gauge Owner Manual and become familiar with the information being relayed to you G. Antilock Brake System Warning by the lights, gauges and indicators, Light as well as what action can be taken to ensure safety and to prevent damage. Maintenance H. Charging System Warning Light Features I. Oil Pressure Warning Light See Section 3 of your Owner Manual. Information Owner 11
  • INSTRUMENT PANEL FEATURES Driver Information Center • Average Speed • Oil Life • Tire Pressures (Reset): Press this button to set or reset DIC information while it is displayed or to acknowledge a warning message. Note: System may require use of at least one tank of fuel to correctly report Average Fuel Economy and Average Speed. The Driver Information Center (DIC) provides vehicle information, vehicle Vehicle Feature Customization feature customization and vehicle warning messages. The DIC messages A variety of your vehicle’s features can are shown on the instrument panel be customized to your preference. To cluster display. customize features: 1. With the vehicle in Park, turn on the ignition. (Access to the cus- tomization features, except for Units, is not available while the vehicle is moving.) 2. Press and hold both the INFO button and the (Reset) button to enter the customization menu. 3. Press the INFO button to scroll through the available customization features. To access DIC features, use the follow- ing two buttons located on the left side 4. With the desired feature displayed, of the steering wheel: press the (Reset) button for one second to scroll through each INFO: Press this button to display the setting. following vehicle information: 5. With the desired setting displayed, • Outside Temperature and Odometer press the INFO button to record your • Trip Odometers choice and move on to the next • Fuel Range feature. • Average Fuel Economy 6. To exit the customization menu, press the INFO button until the end • Instantaneous Fuel Economy of the menu is reached. 12
  • INSTRUMENT PANEL FEATURES Remote Keyless Entry System Customization features may include: Warnings and Messages • Oil Life Reset The DIC provides a variety of vehicle • Units (English/Metric) warning messages (depending on optional equipment) if a problem is • Remote Start (if equipped) sensed in a vehicle system. To acknowl- • Lock Horn (during Remote Keyless edge a message and clear it from the Features Comfort Entry (RKE) locking) display, press the (Reset) button. • Unlock Horn (during RKE unlocking) Some urgent messages cannot be cleared from the DIC display. • Light Flash (during RKE locking or unlocking) If you have a current OnStar subscrip- tion, and a warning message appears, • Delay Lock you can press the OnStar button and Audio System • Auto Unlock speak to an OnStar Advisor. In many Features vehicles, OnStar Advisors can access • Exterior Lights (during RKE unlocking) certain diagnostic information and can • Language (English, French, Spanish tell you how serious the problem is and or German) what you should do about it. Note: Depending on equipment, not all Note: Your vehicle’s warnings and Panel Features customization features may be available messages provide critical information Instrument on your vehicle. that can prevent damage to your vehicle. Review your Owner Manual to become familiar with the information displayed and the action required. See Section 3 of your Owner Manual. Convenience Features Maintenance Features Information Owner 13
  • CONVENIENCE FEATURES Automatic Transmission The Driver Information Center (DIC) in Operation the instrument panel cluster will dis- play the letter M for manual position You can enjoy the sporty driving and a number indicating the selected characteristics provided by a manual gear. transmission with the Driver Shift While using either feature, the trans- Control or TAPshift feature (if equipped). mission will have firmer shifting and To shift gears similar to a manual sportier performance. The transmission transmission: will allow you to shift only into gears appropriate for the vehicle speed and 1. Move the shift lever to Manual (M). engine revolutions per minute (rpm). 2. With the Driver Shift Control, move If the vehicle slows almost to a stop, the shift lever forward to upshift or an automatic downshift will occur. rearward to downshift. See Section 2 of your Owner Manual. With TAPshift, press either of the shift plus (+) paddles (A) located on top of the steering wheel away from Traction Control you to upshift, or press the back of either of the shift paddles (B) behind When one or more of the drive wheels the steering wheel toward you to begin to spin from traction loss, the downshift. Traction Control system will reduce engine power and may apply the front brakes and shift the transmission to A help regain traction. To limit wheelspin and help maintain directional control, you should always leave the system on. However, if your vehicle becomes stuck in snow or mud and rocking the vehicle is required, the system should be turned off. • To turn off the Traction Control sys- tem, press the (Traction Control) button located on the center console in front of the shift lever. When the system is turned off, the Traction Control light will illuminate in the instrument panel cluster. See Section 4 of your Owner Manual. B 14
  • CONVENIENCE FEATURES Remote Keyless Entry System Automatic Door Locks Cruise Control For your safety, your vehicle is pro- The following grammed at the factory to lock all cruise control doors automatically when all doors are buttons are closed, the ignition is on and the shift located on Features Comfort lever is moved out of Park (automatic the left transmission) or above a set speed side of the (manual transmission). steering This feature cannot be disabled; you wheel: can personalize the unlock features by (On/Off): using the Driver Information Center. Press this Audio System See Section 2 of your Owner Manual. button to turn Features the cruise control system on or off. Speed-Sensitive Wipers SET– (Set): Press this button to set a speed. If the system is active, press and release this button to decrease speed 1 mph, or press and hold the button to Panel Features Instrument decrease speed more than 1 mph. When the cruise control is set, the (Cruise Control) symbol will illuminate in the instrument panel cluster. The speed-sensitive wipers lever is RES+ (Resume): Press this button to located to the right of the steering resume a set speed. If the system is Convenience column. The wipers include the active, press and release this button Features following settings: to increase speed 1 mph, or press and hold the button to increase speed (Intermittent): Move the lever up more than 1 mph. to this position to have the wipers adjust with your vehicle speed. Rotate Cancel: To cancel cruise control, step the speed-sensitive wiper control on the lightly on the brake pedal. The set lever to increase or decrease the wiper speed will remain in memory. Maintenance delay. Features See Section 3 of your Owner Manual. (Low): Move the lever up to this position to turn the wipers on Low. (High): Move the lever up to this position to turn the wipers on High. (Mist): Move the lever down to this Information position to turn the wipers on for one Owner wipe. See Section 3 of your Owner Manual. 15
  • CONVENIENCE FEATURES Climate Controls (Outside Air): Press this button to allow outside air to enter the vehicle. Airflow Mode: Turn the airflow mode control knob (C) to change the direction of the airflow to the vent, bi-level, floor, defog or defrost mode. (Defog): Select this mode to direct air to the windshield, side window out- lets and floor outlets. A B C (Defrost): Select this mode to Your vehicle may have a manual climate direct most of the air to the windshield control system or the available auto- and some air to the side window matic climate control system. Both outlets and floor outlets. systems include the following functions: (Rear Window Defogger): Press (Fan): Turn the fan control knob (A) this button to activate the rear window to increase or decrease the fan speed. defogger and the heated outside rearview mirrors (if equipped). The (Off): Turn the fan control knob to defogger and heated mirrors will turn the Off position to turn off the system. off automatically or can be turned off Only the rear defogger will operate by pressing the button again. when the system is off. Automatic Climate Control Temperature Control: Turn the Operation (if equipped) temperature control knob or press the temperature control buttons (B) (if The automatic climate control system equipped) to raise or lower the temper- adjusts the airflow mode, fan speed, ature setting. air conditioning and recirculation func- tions to reach the set temperature as (Air Conditioning): Press this quickly as possible. button to turn the air conditioning system on or off. To set the automatic system: (Recirculation): Press this button 1. Turn the fan control knob (A) and the to recirculate air inside the vehicle. This airflow mode control knob (C) to the mode helps heat or cool the vehicle AUTO position. more quickly and prevents outside air 2. Set the temperature. Allow time for and odors from entering the vehicle. the system to reach the desired The recirculation mode will not operate temperature. when the airflow control knob is in the See Section 3 of your Owner Manual. Defog or Defrost mode. 16
  • CONVENIENCE FEATURES Remote Keyless Entry System Exterior Lamps AUTO: Automatic Headlamp System: Automatically turns on Daytime Running Lamps (DRLs) in the daytime, and headlamps, parking lamps and taillamps at dusk or when necessary. Features Comfort (Off): When operating in the AUTO position, a momentary turn of the lamp control switch to the Off position will turn off the automatic headlamps and all of the exterior lights. The DIC will Automatic Headlamp System display an Automatic Lights Off mes- Audio System sage. To activate the Automatic The Automatic Headlamp System turns Features Headlamp System, turn the switch on the Daytime Running Lamps in the again. The Automatic Headlamp System daytime, and the headlamps and other is always turned on when the vehicle is exterior lamps at night or when neces- started. sary. There is a short delay before the system switches on or off when driving See Section 3 of your Owner Manual. into or out of a garage or tunnel. Panel Features Instrument The headlamps also will turn on if Sunroof (if equipped) the wipers are on for more than 15 seconds. The control switch for the sunroof is The system uses a light sensor, located located on the headliner between the on top of the instrument panel, to sun visors. It will operate only while the determine light conditions. For proper ignition is on. operation, avoid placing any objects on Vent Position Convenience Features or near the sensor, such as with an • Open the sunshade by hand. instrument panel cover. • Press the rear part of the switch and Exterior Lamp Control Switch release it. The exterior lamp control switch is Fully Open Position located on the lever to the left of the steering column. The switch can be • Open the sunshade by hand. Maintenance rotated to each of the following four • Press the rear part of the switch Features positions: twice and release it. The roof will (Headlamps): Turns on the head- express-open all the way. lamps, parking lamps and taillamps. Closed Position (Parking Lamps): Turns on parking • Press the front part of the switch lamps and taillamps only. and hold it until the roof closes. Information • Close the sunshade by hand. Owner See Section 2 of your Owner Manual. 17
  • CONVENIENCE FEATURES 60/40 Split Rear Seat • Make sure any item stowed in the trunk fits beneath the cargo cover. The split-folding rear seatback permits • Make sure nothing is on top or in loading of longer items from the trunk. front of the cargo cover in the trunk. Folding the Seatback If an item cannot be stowed without 1. Open the trunk and locate the gray contacting the cargo cover, do not handles on the upper side of the operate the retractable hardtop or trunk opening. damage may occur. 2. Position your hand over the top of Note: With the hardtop lowered, the trunk one or both of the handles and pull cannot be opened. The trunk release toward you. The left handle opens buttons on the driver’s door and Remote the larger seatback; the right handle Keyless Entry transmitter will be disabled. opens the smaller side. Lower or Raise the Hardtop The switch to operate the retractable hardtop is located on the headliner between the front reading lamps. • Press and hold the switch rearward to lower the hardtop and forward to raise the hardtop. Always fully open or close the hardtop by holding the switch until the cycle is 3. Push the seatback open through the complete and a chime sounds. To auto- trunk or pull it open from inside the matically close the windows, continue vehicle. to hold the switch for two seconds after To return the seatback to an upright the cycle is complete. position, push it up until you hear a See Section 2 of your Owner Manual. click and then pull on the seatback to make sure it is secure. See Section 1 of your Owner Manual. Window Indexing (Coupe/Convertible only) Retractable Hardtop Convertible To provide a tight seal around the doors, the window will automatically lower (if equipped) slightly when the door is opened and Before operating the hardtop: then automatically rise fully when the door is closed. • The vehicle must be in Park, and the engine must be running or the Follow the Owner Manual procedure ignition must be turned on. for initializing the indexing feature if battery power is disconnected. • The trunk cargo cover must be fully closed, and the trunk must be See Section 2 of your Owner Manual. closed. 18
  • MAINTENANCE FEATURES Remote Keyless Entry System Tire Pressure Monitor Securing the Fuel Cap The Tire Pressure Monitor alerts you If the Check Gas Cap message is when a significant reduction in pressure displayed on the Driver Information occurs in one or more of your vehicle’s Center when the ignition is turned to tires by illuminating the (Low Tire Run or Start, check that your fuel cap Features Comfort Pressure) warning light on the instru- is securely fastened. If the cap is not ment panel cluster. The low tire pres- secure, turn it clockwise until a clicking sure warning light will remain on until sound is heard, indicating that it is you correct the tire pressure. A CHECK properly installed. TIRE PRESSURE message will also The Check Gas Cap message will turn appear on the Driver Information off after a few driving trips with the cap Center (DIC). Audio System properly installed. Features • To view the tire pressures on the See Section 3 of your Owner Manual. DIC, press the INFO button until the current tire pressures are displayed; left front (LF), for example, is the Resetting the Oil Life System driver’s side front tire. Correcting the Tire Pressure The Oil Life System calculates engine Panel Features oil life based on vehicle use and Instrument When the low tire pressure warning displays CHANGE OIL SOON in the light illuminates, you must inflate the Driver Information Center (DIC) when it’s tire to the proper tire pressure (just as necessary to change your oil and filter. you must refuel the vehicle when the The Oil Life System should be reset to low fuel warning light illuminates). The 100% only following an oil change. Tire and Loading Information label, located on the center pillar below the To reset the Oil Life System: Convenience driver’s door latch, shows the correct 1. Turn on the ignition, with the engine Features tire pressure for the tires when they’re off. cold. “Cold” means your vehicle has 2. Press and hold both the INFO button been sitting for at least three hours or and the (Reset) button to access driven no more than one mile. the customization menu. During cooler conditions, the low tire 3. OIL LIFE RESET will be displayed. pressure warning light may appear Maintenance 4. Press and hold the (Reset) Features when the vehicle is first started and then turn off as you start to drive. This button for at least one second. An could be an early indicator that your ACKNOWLEDGED message will tire pressures are getting low and the appear when the system is reset. tires need to be inflated to the proper 5. Turn off the ignition. pressure. See Section 5 of your Owner Manual. Information Note: The Tire Pressure Monitor can alert Owner you about low tire pressure, but it doesn’t replace normal monthly tire maintenance. See Section 5 of your Owner Manual. 19
  • OWNER INFORMATION Roadside Assistance For prompt and efficient assistance when calling, please provide the following 1-800-ROADSIDE information to the advisor: (1-800-762-3743) • Location of the vehicle TTY Users: 1-888-889-2438 • Telephone number and your location As the proud owner of a new Pontiac • Vehicle model, year and color vehicle, you are automatically enrolled in • Vehicle mileage the Pontiac Roadside Assistance program. • Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) This value-added service is intended to • Vehicle license plate number provide you with peace of mind as you Pontiac reserves the right to limit services drive in the city or travel the open road. or reimbursement to an owner or driver Pontiac’s Roadside Assistance toll-free when, in Pontiac’s judgment, the claims number is staffed by a team of technical- become excessive in frequency or type of ly trained advisors, who are available 24 occurrence. hours a day, 365 days a year. The advi- Roadside Assistance and OnStar sors can provide minor repair information (if equipped) or make arrangements to tow your vehi- cle to the nearest Pontiac dealer. If you have a current OnStar subscription, press the OnStar button and the vehicle Pontiac will provide the following ser- will send your current GPS location to an vices for 5 years/100,000 miles at no OnStar Advisor who will speak to you, expense to you: assess your problem, contact Roadside • Fuel delivery Assistance and relay your exact location • Lockout service so you will get the help you need. (identification required) • Tow to nearest dealership for Pontiac Owner Center warranty service • Flat tire assistance The Pontiac Owner Center, a compli- mentary service for Pontiac owners, • Jump starts is a one-stop resource to enhance your In many instances, mechanical failures Pontiac ownership experience. Exclusive are covered under Pontiac’s comprehen- member benefits include online service sive warranty. However, when other reminders, vehicle maintenance tips, services are utilized, our advisors will online owner manual, special privileges explain any payment obligations you and more. Sign up today at might incur. www.gmownercenter.com/pontiac. Certain restrictions, precautions and safety procedures apply to your vehicle. Please read your Owner Manual for complete instructions. All information contained herein is based on information available at the time of printing and is subject to change without notice. Copyright 2008 by GM Corp. All rights reserved. 25900701 A !25900701=A! 20