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  • 1. VAUXHALL Zafira Owner’s Manual
  • 2. Data specific to your ve hiclePlease enter your vehicle’s data here to keep it ea sily accessible.This information is available under the section "Technical da ta " as well as on the identification plate.Fuel Desi gnationEngine oil Grad e ViscosityTyre inflation pressure Tyre si ze wi th up to 3 persons wi th full load Sum mer tyres Front R ear Front R ea r Winter tyres Front R ear Front R ea rWeightsPermissible gross vehicle weig ht– EC k erb weight= LoadingLev el control Bump er H eig ht see page 1440
  • 3. Your ZafiraDev eloped to the la test findings of vehic le research, it offers technical sophistication and exceptiona l comfort.Your vehicle represents an ideal synthesis of ad vanced technolog y, outsta nding safety, environm ental compatibility and economy inopera tion.It now lies with you to drive your vehicle safely and to see it performs perfectly.This O wners Manual provides you with all the necessary information to tha t end.The O wners Manual should a lways be kept in the v ehicle: ready to hand in the g lov e com partment.Make use of the Owne rs Manual:z Its “I n brief” section will giv e y ou an initial ov erview.z Its index will help you find what y ou want.z It will familiarize you with the sophisticated technology.z It will increase your pleasure in y our vehicle.z It will help you to handle y our v ehicle ex pertly.The O wners Manual is designed to be clearly laid-out and easily understood.This symb ol:6 signifies: continue reading on next page.3 The asterisk sig nifies equipment op tions not in all vehicles (model variants, engine options, models specific to one country, op tional equipment, Genuine Vauxhall Parts and Accessories). Text highlighted in yellow in p artic ular indica tes possible risk of accident and injury. Disregard of these notes can lead to injuries which may b e fatal. Vehicle passengers must b e informed accordingly.Yellow arrows in the illustrations serve as points of reference or ind icate some action to be performed.Black arrow s in the illustrations indicate a reaction or a second ac tion to be perform ed.We w ish you m any hours of pleasurable drivingYour Va uxhall team 1
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  • 5. Contents Comm itment to custom er satisfaction: In b rief .. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... . 4 Instrum ents ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 32 Our ai m: to k eep you happy with your K eys, doors, b onnet .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 58 vehicle. All Vauxhall Authorised Repairers S eats, Interior ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 71 offer first class service at competitive S afety system s ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 86 prices. Experienced, factory-trained Lighting ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... 143 technicians w ork according to factory Windows, sun roof.. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... 147 instructions.Your Authorised Repairer can Heating and v entilation ... ..... .... ..... .... 152 supply you with GEN UINE VAU XHALL- Air conditioning system . .... ..... .... ..... .... 157 APPRO VED PARTS , which hav e und ergone stringent quality and precision chec ks, and Electronic air conditioning system . .... 166 of course useful and a ttrac tiv e Automatic transm ission .... ..... .... ..... .... 176 VAUXHALL-APPROVED AC CESSO RIES. Driving hints . ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... 182 Our nam e i s your guara ntee! S ave fuel, protec t the env ironment .... 184 For d eta ils of the Fuel consum ption, fuel, refuelling .. .... 186 Va uxhall Authorised Rep airer Netw ork C atalytic converter, exhaust gases .... 188 please r ing this number; 01582 - 427200 Drive control system s ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... 192 Brakes ... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... 196 Wheels, tyres . ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... 200 Roof racks, caravan and tra iler towing .... ..... .... 204 S elf-help .... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... 212 If y ou ha ve a problem .... .... ..... .... ..... .... 242 Maintenance, Inspec tion system ... .... 244 Vehicle care .. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... 256 Technical data . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... 260 Index . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... 276 3
  • 6. In brief Key num be rs Unlock vehicle : press code numbe rs button q or Remove key number from key. turn ke y in driver’s door, lock 6 Door lock s, child restraint system – The key number is specified in the vehic le see page 58, docum ents and in the C ar Pass 3. electronic immobiliser – see page 59, Alloy wheels 3, towing equipment 3 : radio frequency Make a note of the key identifier codes. remote control – see pa ge 60, Elec tronic imm obiliser, Radio 3 : central loc king – see pag e 62, The code num bers are sp ecified in the anti-theft locking system – see page 64, Car Pass and Radio Pass 3 respectively . Vauxhall alarm system 3 – see page 67. Do not keep the Car Pass and Ra dio Pass in the vehicle. 6 Further information – see pa ges 58, 59, vehicle recomm issioning – see page 254.4
  • 7. Unlock luggage compartme nt: Adjust front se ats: Front seat backrest adjustm ent:Turn key clockwis e as far as it will go Pull handle, Turn handwheelIn order to av oid being locked out, the k ey slide seat, Move seat bac krest to suit sea ting position.cannot be removed. release handle Do not lea n on seat when a djusting. Nev er adjust the drivers seat whilst d riv ing.Position of key slot in lock: It could move in an uncontrolled manner 6 Sea ting position – see pag e 71,– horizontal tailgate is when the handle has been pulled. seats in second a nd third rows 3 – locked see page 25. and unlocked 6 Seating position – see p age 71, together with the centra l seats in second and third rows 3 – locking, see p age 25.– vertical tailgate is always locked.6 Ra dio frequency remote control 3 –see page 60, Im porta nt : Do not sit nearer than 10”central lock ing 3 – see p age 62, (25cm ) from the steering wheel, toVauxhall alarm system 3 – see page 64. permit safe airbag dep loy ment.. 5
  • 8. Adjusting height of front Adjusting angle of front Front seat lumbar s upport 3seats 3: seats 3: adjustment:Leve r on outboard side of seats Pull lever, Turn handwheelLever pumping ac tion adjust angle, Adjust lum bar sup port to suit personalUpward = Seat higher release lever requirements.Downward = Seat lower 6 Seating position – see page 71. Do not lea n on seat when a djusting.6 S eating p osition – see page 71. 6 Sea ting position – see pag e 71.6
  • 9. Thigh support 3 adjust position in Adjust head restraint height of frontre lation to front seats : seats and outboard seatsLift and s lide front support padding in second row:Do not adjust the thigh support w hilst Tilt forward to release ,driving. hold and adjus t height, release6 S eating p osition – see page 71. 6 Head restraint position – see page 72, further informa tion, rem oval – see page 72, rear head restraints 3 – see pag e 72. 7
  • 10. Adjusting interior m irror: Adjusting automatic anti-dazzle Adjusting exterior mirrors :Swivel mirror hous ing interior mirror 3 : Four-way s witch on driver’s doorSwiv el lev er on underside of mirror housing swivel mirror housing Toggle sw itc h to left or right:to red uce daz zle a t nig ht. Glare at night is automatically reduced. Four-wa y switch m ov es app ropriate m irror. The mirror does not reduc e da zzle when: The mirror and rear window heaters are switched on together - z The ig nition is sw itched off, see pages 18 and 156. z Reverse gear is engaged or the selector 6 Ad ditional information, lever set to R, aspherical ex terior m irror 3 – see page 142, z The interior lights are on. hea ted exterior m irror 3 – see pag e 156.8
  • 11. Fitting seat belt: Disengaging steering column lock: Steering whee l adjustment 3:Draw se at be lt smoothly from To re lease the lock, Move lever down,inertia ree l, move the s te ering wheel slightly adjust he ight and distance,guide over shoulder and turn the key to position I move lever up,and engage in be lt buckle Positions: engageThe b elt must not be twisted at any point. o = Ignition off Adjust steering wheel only when vehicle isThe lap belt must lie snugly against the I = Steering free, ignition off stationary and steering colum n loc k isbody. The front seat backrests m ust not be II = Ignition on released.tilted back too far (recommended tilting III = Start 6 Airbag sy stems 3 – see page 93.angle approx. 25°). 6 Starting – see page 22,To release belt, press red button on belt electronic im mobiliser – see pag e 59.buckle. remove key and loc k steering w heel – see page 23.6 S eat b elts – see page 87,airbag sy stems 3 – see p age 93,seating position – see page 71. 9
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  • 13. Page Pa ge Page1 Side air v ents ... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 154 10 Windscreen wiper and wash, 18 Accelerator pedal ... .... ..... .... . 182, 183 headlight wash 3 a nd2 Front pa ssenger airbag 3 .... ..... .... . 93 19 Brake pedal .... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 182, 196 rear window w ash 3 .... .... ..... .... ..... . 183 Centre air v ents .... .... ..... .... .... ..... ... 154 check control 3, trip computer 3 . . 48 20 C lutch pedal ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... 1834 Left hea ted sea t 3 ... ..... .... .... ..... ... 156 11 Light switch ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... ... 15, 143 21 Accessory socket or Fan for cigarette lighter . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 81 12 Instrument illumination ... ..... .... ..... 144 rea r passeng ers 3 .... ..... .... .... .163, 173 Fog tail lig ht .... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 143 22 Air circulation sy stem . ..... .... ..... .... 153 Haza rd warning flashers .. .... ..... .... . 16 Fog lights 3 ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 143 Air conditioning 3 .. .... ..... .... ..... .... 159 Cooling for Head lig ht range adjustment 3 .... 144 Heated rear w indow ... ..... .... ... 18, 156 rea r passeng ers 3 .... ..... .... .... 163, 172 Right hea ted sea t 3 . ..... .... .... ..... ... 156 13 Fusebox .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .... 228 23 Ashtray s ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 825 Radio 3, 14 Bonnet release lev er . .... .... ..... .... ..... . 70 24 Heating and v entilation .. .... ..... .... 152 Infotainm ent system 3 . .... .... ..... .... . 56 Electronic air conditioning 15 Ignition switch system 3 ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 1666 Display 3 for tim e, date, with steering column lock outside tem perature, (not visible) . ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... ... 9 25 Glove compartment ... ..... .... ..... .... .. 84 radio 3 , 16 Radio / Infotainment sy stem Infotainm ent system 3, remote control 3 . ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... . 30 check control 3, trip computer 3 .... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... . 40 17 Steering wheel adjustm ent 3 ... ..... ... 97 Horn . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..178 Turn signals, hea dlight fla sh, dipped beam a nd main beam . .... . 15 Cruise control 3 .... .... ..... .... .... ..... ... 1949 Instruments .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .... 32, 37 11 11
  • 14. Control indicators A Engine elect ronics, 1 Automat ic tra nsm ission 3,? Automat ic headlig ht range Autom atic t ransmission 3, sp orty drivi ng progra mme, adjustment 3, Im mobil iser 3, see page 177. fault, Fault: see p ages 32, 144. see pages 33, 59, 190. v Tra ction Control syst em (TC) 3, Electronic Stabi lityv Airbag systems 3, p Alt ernat or, Progra mme (ESP) 3 , bel t tensioners, see page 34. see pages 192, 193. see p ages 88, 98. Z Exhaust emi ssion 3 , u Anti-lock Brak e S ystem,X Sea t belt 3, see pages 34, 190. see page 198. see p age 32. I O il pressur e, Y Fuel level:R Brake system, see page 34. see pages 36, 39. clutch system, see p ages 33, 196. > Fog light s 3, g Trailer turn signa ls 3, see pages 35, 143. see page 36.@ Electronic ally controlled engi ne cooli ng 3, P Mai n beam, y Seat occup ancy recog nition 3, see p age 33. see pages 15, 35. see pages 99, 100.! Preheating system 3, r Fog tai l light, see p age 33. see pages 35, 143. O Turn signals, see pages 16, 35.12
  • 15. Lighting He ating, ve ntilation, Ü Hea ted rear wi ndow, Lig ht switch, air conditioning system 3, see pages 156, 164, 169. lev er positions, electronic air conditioning system 3 see p ages 15, 143. x Air quantity, 4 Air circ ulation syst em , see pages 152, 158, 170. see pages 153, 159.7 Lig ht s off8 Pa rking l ights Air distribut ion, n Air condi tioning system 3 , see pages 153, 158, 170, see page 159.9 Di pped and main b eam V To windscreen and AUTO Automa tic mod e 3,0 Courtesy lig ht, front door wind ow s see page 167. see p age 145. J To windscreen, front ECO Operat ion without cooling 3, door windows and> Fog l ights 3, footwell, see page 169. see p age 143. K To footwell z Rear passenger cooling 3 ,r Fog t ail lig ht, L To hea d area and to footwell see pages 163, 172. see p age 143. M To hea d area ß Hea ted front seats 3,k Instrument illum ination, see pages 156, 164, 169. see p age 144.? Hea dlight range adjustm ent , see p age 144.¨ Haza rd wa rning flashers, see p age 16. 13
  • 16. Tilt / slide sun roof 3, skylight roof 3 Date, time Misce llaneousl Front t ilt / slide sun roof 3, Inform ation d isp lay 3, p Central l ocking system , op ening / low ering, see page 40, loc king: see page 60. see p age 150. Ö O n button for date q Central l ocking system , Front t ilt / slide sun roof 3, and time, unlocking: see page 60. closing / raising, see p age 150. ; Set button for date and time ) Ciga ret te lighter, see page 81. Rea r sk yl ight roof 3 , Radio, Infotainment system 3 ra ise, St eering w heel m ount ed remote j Horn, see p age 151. control 3, see page 17. see page 30.w Rea r sk yl ight roof 3 , / Bonnet, See enc losed operating instructions for lower, see page 70. see p age 151. description. T Wi nter program me,Winds creen wipe r automa tic tr ansm issi on 3, Stalk positions, see page 178. see p age 17, + Fir st- aid k it 3,§ Off see page 216.$ Tim ed interv al wipe ¨ Wa rning tri angle 3,% Slow see pages 216, 217.& Fast14
  • 17. Light switche s: Main and dipped be am switch: Headlight flash:7 = Off Main be am = Pus h stalk forwards P ull stalk towards s tee ring wheel8 = Parking lights Dippe d beam = P ull stalk towards9 = Dipped or m ain beam ste ering w heel By overcoming the stalk resistance thePull 0 = C ourtesy light headlight flash is operated.Push r = Fog tail lightPush > = Tail fog light 36 Additional instructions – see page 143,head lig ht switch-on monitoring –see page 23,head lig ht ra nge adjustment – seepage 144,day tim e running lights – see page 143. 15
  • 18. Operating turn signal lights: Cruise control operation: Hazard w arning lights:Stalk in rest pos ition Pre ss button on stalk On = Press ¨Right turn = Upwards Switch on: Tap button I . Off = Press ¨ againLeft turn = Downwards To aid loc ation of the pushbutton, the red Switch off: Tap b utton § .When the steering wheel is turned back, the surfac e is illuminated w ith the ignitionstalk automatically returns to its origina l Resume at stored speed: Tap button R . switched on. When the button is pressed,position. This will not hap pen when making 6 C ruise c ontrol 3 – see page 194. its control indicator flashes in time with thea m inor steering manoeuvre such as hazard warning fla shers.changing lane.When lane changing , move stalk part way ,to first stop. When released, stalk willspring back.16
  • 19. Horn operation: Windscre en wiper: Automatic wiper with rain s ens or 3 :Press j Move stalk up Move stalk up6 Airbag sy stems 3 – see page 93, § = O ff § = Offrem ote control for ra dio $ = Time d inte rval wipe $ = Autom atic w iperand Infotainment system 3 – see page 30. % = Slow with rain s ens or & = F as t % = Slow (constant) & = Fast (constant) Automatic wiping $: The rain sensor detects the amount of w ater on the windscreen and automatically regulates the wind screen wiper. Push stalk d ow n to switch off. If necessary , the positions % or & can be selected manually. 17
  • 20. Operating windscre en and Operating re ar window wipe r and Heated rear window,headlight w as h s yste ms 3: wash systems 3: heate d exterior mirrors:Pull stalk tow ards steering wheel On = Press ÜThe w ip er will swipe for a few strokes. Wiper on = Push stalk forward Off = Press Ü again Wiper off = Pull stalk towards The rear window a nd ex terior mirrorThe headlight wash sy stem 3 can be steering whe el hea ting is switched off automatically a fteropera ted when the lights are on. Wash = Push stalk forward app rox . 15 minutes.O n vehicles fitted with rain sensors 3, and hold 6 Further inform ation –opera te the wind screen wash system at The rea r window wiper operates in tim ed see pages 156, 164, 169.reg ular intervals, to keep the sensor a rea interval mode. C ontinuous wip ing takesclean. place during washing.6 Further inform ation – 6 Further information –see pages 252, 257. see p ages 252, 257.18
  • 21. To dry miste d or icy w indows: Se tting ele ctronic clim ate control to Info display:Turn rotary s witch for automatic mode: Displays the following information;heater and fan clockwis e, Pre ss AUTO button, – time,air distribution to V , set temperature using rotary knob – outside temperature,Press air conditioning switch n 3 Open all air vents. – radio 3 and date,Close centre air vents; open side air v ents – na vigation 3, 6 Electronic air conditioning system 3and direct them towards the door windows. – telephone 3, – see page 166. – check control 3 ,6 H eating, v entilation – see page 152, – trip computer 3air conditioning sy stem 3 – see page 157,electronic air conditioning 3 – 6 Info display – see pa ge 40.see page 166,cooling for rear pa ssengers 3 –see pages 163, 172. 19
  • 22. Manual transmission: Manual trans miss ion: Automatic transmission 3:o = Neutral R = Re ve rse gear P = Park1 to 5 = 1st to 5th ge ar Reverse gear: With vehicle stationary , pull (with sele ctor lever lock)When shifting up from 4th to 5th gear: the ring up three seconds after declutching R = Re versePush the lever towards the right at the and engag e gear. N = Neutralbeginning of the shift opera tion. Eng ine may be started only in P or N . If the gear does not engage: With lever inWhen shifting from 5th to 4th g ear: neutra l, release clutch pedal and depress To mov e out of P, switch on ignition, pressDo not ex ert any force towards the left. again, then repea t gear selection. foot brake and push button on selector lever. To eng age P or R, push button on selector lever. P: Only with vehicle stationary, first ap ply handbrake R: Only with vehicle stationary 6 Automatic transmission – see pa ge 176.20
  • 23. Exhaust gases are toxic Exhaust g ases contain ca rbon monox ide, which is ex tremely poisonous but has no odour or colour. Therefore never inhale exhaust gases, and nev er run the engine in an enclosed space. Before starting off, check: z For ty re pressure and condition - see pages 200, 270. z Engine oil level a nd fluid levels in engine compartment – see pages 244 to 252. z All windows, mirrors, exterior lig hting and number plates are free from dirt,D = 1st to 4 th gear Lock to prevent snow and ice a nd are operationa l.3 = 1st to 3 rd gear inadverte nt selection of z Do not place any objec ts on the2 = 1st and 2 nd gear positions P , R, 3 or 1: instrument panel, in the area in which the1 = 1st gear Press button on selector lever. airbags inflate or on the lugga gePlus: compartment cover 3.S = Sporty driving programme Do not p ress the button on the selec tor lever when changing from 1 to N or z Seats, seat belts and mirrors areSelect 3, 2 or 1 if certain gea rs are not from R to D. correctly a djusted .desired, e. g. 4-3-4 . . . on winding roads, orin ord er to utilize the eng ine braking effect 6 Autom atic transmission – see page 176. z Brake operation.when d riv ing downhill.Press button on selector lever toenga ge 3 or 1.6 Automatic transmission – see pa ge 176 21
  • 24. Starting, petrol engines: Starting, diesel engine : Release handbrake:Manual transmission: In neutral Manual trans miss ion: In neutral Lift le ver slightly,with clutch de press ed with clutch depressed push release button,Autom atic transmission: In P or N, Automatic trans miss ion: In P or N, drop lever downDo not accelerate Do not accelerate, 6 Brakes – page 196.Turn key to position III Turn key to position II;The initially increased engine speed when indicator light ! goe s off1) ,automatically fa lls as the engine turn key to pos ition IIItem perature rises. Before repea ting the starting proc edure,Before repeating the starting proced ure, turn the key back to o in the ignition switch,turn the key ba ck to o in the ig nition switch, remove it and then reinsert it.rem ov e it and then reinsert it. 6 Electronic immobiliser – see p age 59,6 Electronic imm ob iliser – see page 59, further information – see pag es 182,further information – see pages 182, 183. 183, 212. 1) Prehea ting system only switches o n at low ou tsid e temp era tures.22
  • 25. Advice whe n parking: z Always ap ply handbrake firmly. On slop es apply the handbrake as firmly as possible z With manual transmission, engage first gear or reverse gear and with automatic transm ission 3, pla ce selector lev er in position P z In vehicles with automatic transmission 3 the key can only be removed with selector lever in position P z C lose w indows, tilt / slide sun roof 3 and skylight roof 3 z Remove key , otherwise an alarm willParking the vehicle : sound when the d riv er’s door is opened Service work,Apply handbrake firmly, Mainte nance z Turn steering wheel until lock engagesengine off, (anti-theft protection) We rec om mend that y ou entrust all work tore move key, a Vauxhall Authorised Rep airer, w ho c anlock steering whe el, z Sw itch off exterior lights, otherwise the provide you with reliable service andlock doors hea dlight warning devic e 3 will sound correc tly perform a ll work according to6 Further informa tion – see pages 59, 183, when the driver’s door is opened factory instructions.radio freq uency z Engine cooling fan may run on after the 6 If you have a problem – see page 242.rem ote control 3 – see page 60, eng ine has been switc hed offcentral lock ing sy stem 3 – see page 62, 6 Further informa tion – see pages 253, 254Vauxhall alarm system 3 – see page 67. 23
  • 26. Genuine V auxhall Parts and That was the most important For your s afetyAcces sories inform ation on your C arry out regularly the check s firs t drive in your Zafira.We recommend that you use " Genuine rec om mended in the indiv idual sectionsVauxhall Parts a nd Accessories" and of this Owners Manual.conversion parts released expressly foryour vehicle ty pe. These parts have Ensure that y our v ehicle is serv iced asundergone special tests to establish their specified in the S ervice Booklet. We The othe r pagesreliab ility , safety and specific suitability for rec om mend that you consult a Vauxhall of this chapterVauxhall vehicles. Despite continuous Authorised Repairer. contain a sum mary of themarket monitoring, we cannot assess or Hav e faults remedied without d elay! intere sting functionsguarantee these attributes for other C onsult a workshop. We recommend a in your vehicle .products, ev en if they have been granted Vauxhall Authorised R epairer. Ifapprova l by the relevant authorities or in necessary , interrupt your journey.som e other form. 6 Maintenance – see pages 244 to 253. The res t of the chapters"Genuine Vaux ha ll Pa rts and Ac cessories"and ap prov ed conv ersion p arts are contain important informationava ilab le from a Vaux hall Authorised concerning operation, s afetyRepairer, who can provide ex pert adv ice, and maintenancesuc h as advice on permissible technica l and a full index.modifications, and install prod uctscorrectly .24
  • 27. Seats in se cond row Keep hands out of hinge area when folding sea t backrests in second row up or down, risk of injury. Seat back rests must not be set to vertica l position when transporting p ersons. Moving seats Ad just back rest s of out board seats Push release handle on right or left hand Push release lever down at b ackrest, side of seat bench forward and move seat bac krest angle can be adjusted in two row forwa rd or back. Release handle and places. Release handle and latch back rest allow seat row to lock into p osition. into position. The backrest latches in several positions. N o-one must sit in the seat when the bac krest is in the vertical position. The outboard seat back rests ca n be tilted forward until they are flat in ord er to make it easier to enter and ex it the vehicle. Push release lever down and tilt bac krest forward. To mov e the backrest upright or change the position, push relea se lev er down a nd latch ba ckrest in req uired position. 25
  • 28. Arm rest i n tilted m iddle ba ckrest Push rear handle of tilted bac krest and fold Seats in third rowPush midd le head restraint down as far as armrest out.it will go – see page 72. Keep hands out of hing e area when To move backrest upright, fold a rm rest folding seat backrests in third row up orPull top handle at back of middle back rest, back. Pull front handle a t backrest, move down, risk of injury.fold back rest onto seat cushion and latch backrest upright and latc h into position.into position. Mov e seats upri ght out of v ehic le floor The back rest latches in two positions. No-one must sit in the seat w ith the Removing luggage compa rtm ent cover - backrest in the vertical position. see page 77. Lift cushions of sec ond row of seats - see page 76. Move the seat bench forward by pushing the hand le on the rig ht or left hand side of the seat b ench forward until the m arking on the seat bench is level with the adjacent m arking.26
  • 29. As shown in the illustration, seat b elts must Front luggage compartment, lift seat with Lift cov er in floor between seats and swivelbe routed throug h the fixtures and latch one hand using handle, swivel back and seat belt buck les upward – see page 28,plates inserted in the fixtures. move up rig ht until it is heard to engage, Fig. 14477 T. supporting top of b ackrest with other ha nd Remove latch plate and belt from fixture. – see Fig . 14480 T. For use b y passengers, the belts must not b e routed through the fix ture. S lid e seat b ench in second row to required position, pushing lev er to right or left of seat bench forward – see Fig. 14473 T, pag e 25. 27
  • 30. Fold seats into floor of v ehi cle From lugga ge com partment, press button Push b elt buckles into recess in floor a ndBefore fold ing in the seats, m ov e the seat at top of seat b ackrest and p ush back rest close c ov er.benc h in the second row forward b y forward. Raise seat by handle at rear and S lid e seat b ench in second row to requiredpushing the handle on the right or left hand push bac krest further forwa rd until seat is position, pushing lev er to right or left ofside of the seat bench forwa rd until the low ered into vehicle floor. seat b ench forwa rd – see Fig. 14473 T, seemarking on the sea t b ench is level with the Hold seat by handle during the entire pag e 25.adjacent marking – see page 26, swiv elling proced ure.Fig. 14478 T. Installing luggage compartment cover, see pag e 77.Push down head restraints of seats in thirdrow, releasing spring catches by pressing –see page 72.Guide seat belt through fixture, as shown inillustration, and insert latch pla te intofixture.28
  • 31. Operating the multi-information Usi ng multi func tion butt on Trip computer 3display 3, Push C onfirm / select The trip computer shows vehicle datathe graphical information display 3 Rota te Move within menu which it continua lly records and evaluatesor the colour information dis play 3 6 Further information – see p age 42. electronically.Using but tons on wiper stalk Functions:S Ca ll-up / Reset / Confirm z Instantaneous consumptionR Reset / Confirm z Average consum ption z Effective consum ption z Average speed z Distance z Range z Stop watch 3 6 Further information – see page 50. 29
  • 32. Check control 3 Re mote control for radio and V auxhall F ull-Siz e airbag systemThe c heck control function monitors some Infotainment system 3 The Vauxhall Full-Size airbag systemfluid lev els, the thickness of the front disk Radio, rad io telephone 3 and Infota inm ent comprises sev eral individual system s.brake linings and important exterior lights, sy stem 3 functions ca n be operated using Front airb ag systemincluding c ables and fuses. When towing a the buttons on the steering wheel. The front airbag sy stem is triggered in thecarava n / trailer the trailer lighting is also For further inform ation, see the respectiv e event of a serious accident involving amonitored. op erating instructions. fronta l impact a nd form s safety cushions6 Further inform ation – see page 48. for the d riv er and front passenger. The forward m ov ement of the driver and front passenger is c hecked and the risk of injuries to the upper body and head thereby substantially reduced.30
  • 33. Sid e a irbag system 3 Active head restraints 3 P arking distance s ens ors 3The side airbag system triggers when a In the event of a rear-end impact, the The parking distance sensorsside-on collision occurs and provides a active head restraints automatically tilt automatically switch themselves on w hensafety barrier for the d riv er and/or forwards. The head is more effectively reversing.passenger in the respectiv e front door supported by the head restraint and the If the v ehicle approaches an obstacle whenarea. This reduces the risk of injury to the danger of hyperextension in the neck a reaupper body c onsiderably in case of a sid e reversing, a series of signals can be hea rd is reduced. in the vehicle interior. The interv al b etweenimpac t. Ac tiv e hea d restra ints are identified by the the signals becomes shorter as theCurt ain airb ag system 3 lettering AC TIVE on the head restra int distance is reduced. If the distance is lessThe c urtain airbag sy stem triggers in c ase guid e bushes. than 30 cm, the sig nal will be continuous.of a side-on collision and provides a safety 6 Further information – see page 195.barrier in the head area on the respectiveside of the vehicle. This reduces the risk ofinjury to the head considerably in case of aside-on collision.6 Further inform ation – see page 93. 31
  • 34. Instruments Control indicators v The control indica tors described here are Airb ag system s 3 , not present in all vehic les. The descriptions belt tensioners however, apply to all instrument versions. see pages 88, 98. ? X Fault in autom atic head light ra nge Seat belt 3 adjustm ent 3 C ontrol indicator lights up (accompanied Control indica tor lights up for a few by an acoustic warning) when ignition is second s w hen ignition is switched on. switched on: Fasten y our seat belt – see If it lights up when driving: pag e 90. A fault has occurred . Consult a workshop immed iately. We recommend a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer. Head lig ht range adjustment – see p age 144.32
  • 35. ! Prehea ting 3 for diesel engines C ontrol indicator lights up during preheating. Preheating sy stem only switches on at low outside temperatures. A Engine el ect ronics, transmi ssion electronics 3 , im mobil iser C ontrol indicator lights up for a few seconds when ig nition is switched on. If it lights up when the eng ine is running: Fault in engine electronics system orR @ transmission electronics system . ElectronicsBrak e system , Electronic ally controlled engine cooling 3 switch to limp-home programme, fuelclutc h system 3 Control indica tor lights up when ignition is consum ption may increase and driveabilityControl indicator lights up when ignition is switched on. Goes out shortly after eng ine of the vehicle may be impaired –switched on if handbrake is applied a nd /or starts. see page 190. We rec om mend that youthe fluid level for b rake / clutch hydraulics consult a Vaux ha ll Authorised Repairer. If it lights up when the engine is running:is too low . For further information – A fault has occurred in the engine cooling If it flashes when the ignition is on:see page 250. sy stem or the c ooling circuit of the air Fault in the electronic immobiliser system ; conditioning. Driving m ay be continued. the engine c annot be started – If it lights up when the handbrak e is not Check coolant level – see pa ge 248. We see page 59. applied: Stop the vehicle; interrupt y our recommend that you consult a Va ux ha ll journey immediately . Consult a Authorised Repairer. work shop. We recom mend a Vaux ha ll Authorised Repairer. 33
  • 36. I O il pressure C ontrol indicator lights up when ignition is switched on. Goes out shortly after engine starts. Can light up interm ittently when idling with hot eng ine; must go out when eng ine speed is increased . If it lights up when the eng ine is running: Eng ine lubrication m ay be interrup ted. This ma y result in damage to the eng ine and/or locking of the drive wheels: 1. Depress clutch. 2. Move gearshift lever to neutral, or with autom atic transmission 3 p la ce selectorp lever in N. ZAlternat or 3. Steer as quickly as possible out of the Exhaust em issions 3Control indicator lights up when ignition is stream of traffic, without imped ing other Control indica tor lights up when ignition isswitched on. Goes out shortly after engine vehicles. switched on. Goes out shortly after eng inestarts. starts. 4. Switch the ig nition off (Position I).If it lights up when the engine is running: If it lights up when the engine is running:Stop the vehicle and switch off the engine. When the ignition is off, c onsiderab ly Fault in emission control system . TheThe b attery is not being charged. Engine more force is needed to brak e and steer. permitted em ission limits m ay b ecooling m ay be interrupted in v ehicles with exc eeded. Consult a workshop. We Do not remove key until vehicle hasdiesel engine. Contact a workshop. We recommend a Vauxhall Authorised come to a stand still, otherwise therecom mend a Va ux ha ll Authorised Repairer. steering column lock c ould engageRepairer. If it flashes when the engine is running: unexpectedly . For fa ult that ca n lea d to destruction of the catalytic converter - see page 190. Consult C onsult a workshop . We recommend a a workshop immediately. We recommend Vauxhall Authorised Repairer. that you consult a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer.34
  • 37. 1 Electronically cont rolled d ri ve programmes for automatic transmission 3 C ontrol indicator lights up when sporty driving p rogram me is operative. Further information – see page 177. v Trac tion Control system (TC) 3, Electronic S tabil ity Prog ramm e (ESP) 3 see pages 192, 193. u Anti -lock Bra ke Syst em (ABS ) 3 see page 198.> rFog light s 3 Fog t ail li ghtControl indicator lights up when fog lights Control indica tor lights up when fog tailare sw itched on. lig ht is switched on.P OMai n bea m Turn sig nal lig ht sControl indicator lights up when main Control indica tor flashes when turn signalbeam is on and when headlight flash is lig hts are on. Rapid fla shes: A turn signalopera ted. bulb has fa iled. 35
  • 38. Y g yFuel l ev el Tr ailer turn signal s 3 Seat occupancy recogniti on 3If it lights up when the engine is running: When towing a trailer or caravan, indicator see pages 99, 100.Fuel supply low, fuel gauge in reserve area. lig ht flashes at same speed as turn signa ls. Does not flash if trailer or towing vehicleIf it flashes when the engine is running : turn signal fails.Fuel tank empty. Refuel immediately –see page 187.Never let the tank run dry!Petrol eng ines: Erratic fuel supply cancause ca talytic converter to overheat –see page 188.Diesel engine: The fuel system is difficult tobleed if the tank is run dry. We recommendconsulting a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer– see pa ge 212.36
  • 39. Trip odometer To return to zero, press reset button w ith ignition switched on and trip odometer display activated . Vehicles with time display in od om eter: To return to zero, press and hold d own reset button for ap prox . 2 seconds with ignition switched on and trip odometer display activated . S witc h between trip odometer display and time disp la y 3 by tapping the reset button – see next pa ge.Tachometer 1) Spee dome ter 1)Indicates engine speed. Indicates the vehicle speed .Warning: Maxim um perm itted speed Odome te rexceeded, eng ine at risk. Records the m iles (kilometres) d riv en. When the ignition is off, the num ber of miles (kilometres) driv en can be d isplay ed for a pprox. 15 seconds by b riefly pressing the setting knob (arrowed).1) The instrum ents in yo ur vehicle m ay d iffer from the instrum ents illustra ted here. 37
  • 40. Setting t he t ime With time displayed, press reset button in instrument: Press for approx . 2 seconds: Hours flash Press briefly : Set hours Press for approx . 2 seconds: Minutes flash Press briefly : Set minutes Press for approx . 2 seconds: Clock starts at 0 seconds.Time display in odometer 3 Service interval displayTo sw itc h b etween trip odometer and time If InSP appears in the trip odom eter displaydisplay 3 give reset knob a short press. when the ignition is switched on, the next service interva l is due and should beWhen the vehicle lights are on, the performed w ithin one week or 300 m ilesbrightness of the display ca n be adjusted (500 km). We recomm end that you consultusing the right-hand knurled knob k below a Vauxhall Authorised Rep airer.the light switch – see p age 145. The service interval display takes no acc ount of off-the-roa d periods during which the battery is d isconnected. For this reason the maintenance intervals spec ified in the S ervice Booklet have priority, and should be observed – see page 244.38
  • 41. For physical reasons, the engine temperature gauge show s the coolant temperature only if the coolant level is adeq uate. During operation the system is pressurized. The temp erature ma y therefore rise briefly to ov er 100 °C.Coolant te mperature display1) Fuel gauge1)Pointer in zone Pointer in redat left = Engine operating warning zone temperature not y et or Y lit = Reserve lev el reached Pointer in redPointer between warning zonethe z ones = Normal operating or Y flashing = Fill up – temperature see pag e 187. N ever let the tank run dry!Pointer in redzone at right = Temperature too Diesel engines: The fuel system is d ifficult high: to bleed if the tank has b een allowed to run Stop vehicle empty – see page 212. and switch off O n account of the fuel remaining in the engine. Danger to tank, the am ount filled may be less than engine, check the specified ta nk capacity . coola nt level immediately – see p age 249.1) The instrum ents in yo ur vehicle m ay d iffer from the instrum ents illustra ted here. 39
  • 42. Inform ation display Multi-inform ation d isp lay 3 Mult i-informa tion displa y for ra dioTripl e inform ation d isp lay 3 Display of time ra dio / date, outside telephone 3Display of time, outsid e temp erature, radio temperature, check control, trip c om puter. Display of time radio / date, outsid eand da te. temperature, telephone inform ation, The display operates when the ignition is check control 3, a nd trip computer 3.When the ig nition is on, the time and switched on. Time is continually d isplay edoutside tem perature are d isplay ed. The while the date is displayed when the radio The display opera tes when the ignition isdate is disp la yed when the radio 3 is is off. switched on. Tim e is continua lly displayedswitched off. while the date is disp la yed when the ra dio When the ignition is off, the time, date and is off.When the ignition is off, the time, date and outside temperature can b e m ade tooutside tem perature can be made to appea r for approx. 15 seconds by briefly When the ignition is off, the tim e, date andappear for approx. 15 seconds by briefly pressing one of the two buttons above the outside temperature can be made topressing one of the two buttons ab ov e the display or by operating one of the buttons app ear for app rox . 15 second s b y brieflydisplay. on the wiper stalk . pressing one of the two buttons a bove the display or by operating one of the buttons on the wiper stalk.40
  • 43. I nt err up tion of pow er supp ly After a power supply interrup tion or low battery voltage the electronic rad io disabler 3, da te and tim e m ust be reset. S ee rad io operating instructions for how to disable electronic bloc k. Entering date and time - see page 46. Upon receipt of a tim e signal from an RDS transmitter 1) , date and time are set automatically 3 – see page 46. Fault d isplay --,- ° C, F or S afe in the display ind icates a fault. Ha ve the cause remed ied. We recommend that you consult a VauxhallGrap hi cal inform ation d isp lay 3, The information displayed depends on the Authorised Repa irer.Col our informati on display 3 vehicle equipm ent and the setting s of theDisplay of date, tim e, outside temperature trip computer 3 and Infotainm ent system.and information from check control 3, tripcomputer 3 and I nfotainment system .The graphical information display presentsthe information in m onochrome. The colourinform ation d isplay presents theinform ation in colour. 1) RDS = R a dio Da ta System. 41
  • 44. O peration using the multifunction button: Individ ual menu item s are highlighted by turning the button and are selected by pressing it. Press the BC button on the Infotainment system to open the trip computer.Operating the multi-information Trip computer functions are operateddisplay 3, using the disp la y menu and the buttons onthe graphical information display 3 the wiper sta lk 3 or the Infotainmentor the colour information dis play 3 sy stem 3.These functions are operated using the Operation using the w iper stalk buttons:buttons on the wiper stalk or, on vehicles Individual functions are selected usingwith Infotainm ent systems 3, by using the button S. Certain func tions can be reset bymultifunction button. pressing b utton R.If chec k control issues a warning message,the display is blocked from other func tions.Acknowled ge the message with b utton S orR on the wiper stalk 3 or by pressing themultifunction button 3 . If there are severalfault warnings, ack nowledge them one a t atime.42
  • 45. Making system settings for Lang uage selecti on S elec t the required language from the list.the graphical information display 3 You can select the d isplay language for S elec tions are indic ated b y a 6 in front ofor the colour information display 3 some func tions. the menu item.The figures show execution with the colour In the System Setti ngs menu, select iteminform ation d isplay . Instructions.In the trip computer m enu Setti ng s select The list of available languages will b eSystem Setting s. display ed.The system settings m enu will bedisplayed. 43
  • 46. Setti ng units of measure Adjust contra stYou ca n select w hich units of measure a re In the System Setti ngs menu, select itemto be used. Contrast.In the System Set tings menu, select item The contrast m enu will be displayed.Units. Confirm the required setting.Select from the list of units that opens.Selections are indicated by a 6 in front ofthe m enu item .44
  • 47. Outs ide tempe rature On vehicles with graphical informationA fall in temperature is indica ted display 3 or colour inform ation display 3, aimmediately and a rise in temp erature message is shown in the display as aafter a time delay . warning for icy road surfa ces.To warn the driver that the road surfac e C aution: The road surface ma y alreadymay be icy, when the temperature drops be icy even thoug h the display ind ic atesbelow 3 °C the symbol : appea rs on the a few degrees above 0 °C.display (not in all v ehicles; exceptions aredetailed to the right). When the outsid etem perature increases, the sy mbol : doesnot disappea r from the display until thetem perature reaches 5 °C . 45
  • 48. Setting date and timeIn the Infotainment system 3 , the da te andtime are adjusted automatically a fterreceipt of a GPS satellite signal 1 ). If thedisplayed time does not match the localtime, the tim e ca n be entered manually insteps of 30 m inutes or automa tica lly 2 )corrected 3 by receiv ing an RDS timesigna l.For the radio, tim e and date can be setmanually or corrected a utoma tica lly v ia anRDS tim e signal 3 .The a utomatic setting is indicated by Ö inthe d isplay . Vehicles with trip le informa tion display or Deactivating and a ctiv ating automatic multi-i nfor mati on d isplay 3: setting 3 Manua l setting Hold down Ö for ap prox . 2 sec. , clock Switch off radio. Press Ö and ; a bove the display is now in setting m ode, display as follow s: Press Ö twice (until year flashes), Press Ö for approx. 2 seconds: Press Ö and hold down for approx. Day fla shes 3 seconds until } flashes in display and Press ; : Set day text "RDS TIME" appears (yea rs flash Press Ö : Month flashes during this tim e). Press ; : Set month Press ; Display indic ates: Press Ö : Year flashes RDS TIME 0 = Deactivated Press ; : Set year RDS TIME 1 = Activ ated Press Ö three tim es. Press Ö : Hours flash Press ; : Set hours Press Ö : Minutes flash Press ; : Set minutes1) GPS = G lob al P ositioning System, Press Ö : Clock is started. Sa tellite system for g loba l pos itioning.2) RDS = Ra dio D a ta System.46
  • 49. Vehi cles w ith gra phical informati on The da te and time can also be set using the C orrecting time 3:displ ay 3 or colour informa tion displ ay 3 Infotainment sy stem: To correc t the time, use RDS in theWith the Infotainm ent sy stem on, da te and Tim e / Date m enu to select item In the trip com puter menu Settings selecttime can be set with buttons Ö and ; Auto. Ti me Correcti on . item S ystem S ett ings and then itemabove the display : Ti me / Da te. The field behind Time Correcti onÖ Press and hold down for approx. Autom atic will be tic ked. The menu for time / date will b e displayed. 3 seconds, menu for setting date a nd time appears. Select the menu item s required.Ö Move within the menu. Make the desired settings and confirm.; Change or confirm the setting. To Select menu item O K. activate the settings, select O K. 47
  • 50. Check control 3 Brake PadCheck control monitors fluid lev els, the Front disc brake p ads are worn down to thethickness of the front disk brake linings and minimum thickness. Consult a w ork shop tothe status of important exterior lighting have the brake pads replac ed. Wecomponents, including wires and fuses. recommend a Vauxhall AuthorisedThe lig ht monitoring function only indicates Repairer.a fault if the relev ant power circ uit isswitched on. Brake LightO nce the ignition has been switched on, all Fusecheck control functions a re automatically Fuse defective. A new fuse should only beverified. insta lled after the cause of the troub le hasThe w arning been rectified. Fuses – see pag e 230. Brakelight Brake Light Check Brake light failure.appears on the display. It goes out after Fault warnings:the b ra ke pedal ha s b een depressed onc e. Engine OilFault warnings app ear in the disp lay. O n Lev elvehic les with multi-information display,CH ECK also appears (not on vehicles with Engine oil level too low . Check oil levelradio telephone 3 ). If there are severa l immed iately and top up oil – see page 246.fault warning s, they a re displayed oneafter the other. Cool ant Lev elSome of the fa ult w arnings appear on thedisplay in a n abbrev iated form. Coolant level in expansion tank too low. Top up coolant – see page 249. Have theFigure 9856 T shows the version with cause of the fault remedied imm ediately.multi-information display. We rec om mend that you consult a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer.48
  • 51. Fault warnings (ctd.): Ac know ledge the fault wa rning as I nt err up tion of pow er supp ly indica ted on pa ge 42. After C heck c ontrol automatically checks all Hea dlight acknowledgement, the wa rning will be functions after the battery has been Ta illight cleared from the display . reconnected or c ha rg ed. Stored faultDipped head lig ht or ta il light fa ilure. warnings appear on the display one after The fault warning s the other. Wa sh. Fluid Brak e Lig ht Level FuseFluid level in windscreen wash system too andlow. Top up wash fluid – see page 252. Brak e Lig ht and Headl ight Tail light reappear 15 m inutes after they have been acknowledged. After the ignition has been switched off and switc hed on aga in, the stored fault warnings app ear on the disp la y one after the other. Once the faults ha ve been remedied , the fa ult w arnings are automatically erased. 49
  • 52. Functions: z Instanta neous consum ption z Average consumption z Effective consumption z Average speed z Distanc e z Range z Stop watch (multi-information display only) Check control w arnings alway s hav e priority.Trip computer 3 I nsta ntaneous c onsump tionThe trip computer show s v ehicle data Display c hanges depending on sp eed:which it continually records and evaluates Display in g al/h below 8 m phelectronic ally . (13 km /h),Some of the functions a ppear on the Display in m pg above 8 mphdisplay in a n abbrev iated form. (13 km /h).The figures show the v ersion w ith m ulti-inform ation d isplay .50
  • 53. Averag e c onsum ption Effectiv e consum ption Av era ge sp eedCa lc ulation of average consumption. The Shows the amount of fuel consum ed. The C alcula tion of av erage consump tion. Themeasurement can be restarted at any time measurement c an be restarted at any time measurement can be restarted at any time– see pa ge 42. – see page 42. – see page 42. S topp ages in the journey with the ignition off are not included in the c alcula tions. 51
  • 54. Distance Range abov e 30 miles (50 k m) Ra ng e b el ow 30 m iles (50 km)Shows the number of miles (kilometres) The range is c alcula ted from the current If the fuel in the ta nk will allow less thantravelled. The measurement ca n be contents of the fuel tank and the average 30 miles (50 km) of travel, the warningrestarted at any tim e – see page 42. consumption over the last 12 to 20 miles "Ra ng e" appea rs in the displa y. (20 to 30 km) of the journey. After filling up the vehicle, the range adjusts itself automatically a fter a short tim e. It can also be adjusted ma nually – see p age 42.52
  • 55. Resetting current trip comput er informat ion The follow ing trip computer information can be reset (restart m easurements): z Range (only with vehicle stationary ), z Effective consumption z Average consumption z Average speed z Distanc e z Stop watch (multi-information display only) Vehicles with multi-information display: Press button R – see page 42.Stop wat ch 3 Vehicles with gra phica l informationCa lc ulating trav el time: The stop watch is display 3 or colour information display 3:switched off when the ignition is switched S elec t the desired item from the tripoff and continues running once the engine computer menu.is sw itched on again. The stop watch can Then select menu item Settings.be restarted at any time – see page 42. The Settings menu is displayed. 6 53
  • 56. The range values can only be reset if the Reset ting m ultiple inform ation vehicle is stationary. on the tri p comp uter The following trip com puter inform ation After resetting, " - - -" is d isplay ed with the can b e reset simulta neously (restart trip computer information selected. The measurements): recalculated values are displayed after a brief delay. z Effective consum ption z Average consum ption z Average speed z Distance z Stop watch (m ulti-inform ation d isplay only ) Vehicles with m ulti-inform ation display : Press button R for at lea st 2 seconds – see page 42.In the trip computer S et tings menu, selec titem BC Reset present .The v alue for the selected function will b ereset and reca lculated.54
  • 57. Interruption of p ower supply If the power supply has been interrup ted or if the battery voltage has dropped too low, the values stored in the trip computer will be lost.Vehicles with graphical informationdisplay 3 or colour information display 3:In trip com puter Setti ng s menu, selectmenu item BC Reset a ll.The values are reset and "*** " is displayed.New va lues are only display ed when theengine is running. The avera ge speed iscalculated shortly a fter sta rting to driv e. 55
  • 58. Infotainm ent s yste m 3 The Infotainment sy stem is operated as desc ribed in the operating instructions supplied. DVD video s yste m 3 The system is opera ted as described in the AutoVision 3 opera ting instruc tions.Radio 3 z C hanges in distance from theThe rad io is operated as described in the transm itter,opera ting instruc tions supp lied. z Multi-path reception due to reflection andThe rad io display appears on the z Shadowinginform ation d isplay . may cause static, noise, distortion or loss ofCa r radio reception will differ from reception a ltogether.reception possible with domestic rad ios:As the vehicle a erial is relatively near theground , the broa dcasting com paniescannot guarantee the same quality ofreception as is ob tained with a domesticradio using an overhead aerial.56
  • 59. Mobile telephones and radio O btain advice on predetermined equipm ent (CB) 3 insta lla tion locations for the ex ternal The Vauxhall installation instructions and antenna a nd equipment hold er and ways the opera ting guid elines provided by the of using d evices with transmission power of telep hone ma nufacturer must be ob served more than 10 Watts. We recommend that when fitting and opera ting a mobile y ou consult a Vaux hall Authorised telep hone. Failure to do so could invalidate Repairer, who will have consoles and the v ehicle’ s operating permit (EU Directive va rious insta lla tion kits and w ill install them 95/54/EG). in accordance with regulations. Prerequisites for fault-free operation: Alway s use the hands-free equipment to ma ke telephone calls whilst driving. This z Professionally installed exterior a erial to can a lso be a d istraction when d riv ing. obtain the maximum rang e possib le Plea se observe country -specific laws. z Max imum transm ission power 10 W When used in the vehic le interior, mobile z Installation of the telephone in a suitable telephones a nd radio eq uipm ent (CB)Ele ctronic data acquis ition in toll spot (see note on page 101). with integrated aerial may c ausesystems malfunctions in the vehicle electronics.O n vehicles w ith heat-reflecta ntwindscreens 1) 3, mount the chipcard for Mobile telephones and ra dio equipmentelectronic data ac quisition and billing in (CB) should only be used with an aerialthe b lack shaded zone of the windscreen fitted on the vehicle ex terior.on the left or the right behind the interiormirror, see illustration. If the chipcard ismounted outside this zone, malfunc tionsmay occur in data a cquisition.1) So la r R eflect. 57
  • 60. Keys, doors, Re place ment ke ys The key is a c onstituent of the electronicbonnet immobiliser. Ordering keys from a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer g uarantees problem - free op eration of the electronic immobiliser. Y ou will avoid unnecessary costs, difficulties with insurance comp anies when processing claims and problems asserting wa rranty claims. Locks - see pa ge 259. Door locking and unlocking From outside: Radio frequency rem ote control – see page 60, Central lock ing – see page 62. Child safety locks From inside Use the child safety lock whenever Push down or pull up lock button. To child ren are occupying the rear seats. prevent the driver from being inad vertently Disregard may lea d to injuries or lock ed out, the button on the driver’s door endanger life. Vehicle p assengers should cannot b e depressed when the d oor is be informed accordingly. op en. Lock cylinders Turn rota ry knob at rear door lock from vertical position using key: Door cannot be Designed to free-wheel if they are forcefully rotated without the correct k ey or opened from the inside. if the correct key is not fully inserted. To reset, turn cy linder with the c orrect key until its slot is vertica l, remove key and then re-insert it. If the cylinder still free-wheels, turn the key through 180° and rep eat op eration.58
  • 61. Ele ctronic imm obilise r Control i nd icator for imm obiliser A If the control indicator A lights up afterThe sy stem checks whether the vehicle m ay When the ignition is switched on, the the engine has started: There is a fault inbe sta rted with the key that is being used . control indicator A lights up b riefly. the engine elec tronics or the automaticIf the k ey is recognised a s "a uthorised" the If the control indicator flashes w hen the transmission – see pages 180, 190.vehic le can be sta rted. The checking takes ignition is on: There is a fault in the Not eplace in a transpond er in the key . immobiliser system. The eng ine cannot be The immobiliser does not lock the doors. started:To act ivat e: Therefore, alwa ys lock the vehicle before 1. Move key to p osition o in ignition lockSwitch off eng ine, turn key to position o leaving it unattended and enable anti- and remove,and remove. theft ala rm system 3 – see pag e 67. 2. Reinsert key into ig nition lock,To deacti vate: The Car Pass contains all of the vehicle’sTurn key to position I I (ignition on); the 3. Repeat starting procedure. data and should therefore not be kept inengine can then b e started. the vehicle. If the control indicator A continues toDea ctivation is not possib le in any other flash, try to start the engine using the spare Hav e y our Car Pass on hand whenway , so keep spare key in a safe place! key and consult a workshop. We consulting a Vauxhall Authorised Repa irer. recommend a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer. 59
  • 62. C entra l lock ing system, see page 62. Mechanic al anti -theft locki ng system 3 , see page 64. Vauxhall ala rm system 3, see page 67.Radio fre quency re mote control For your conv enience, we recommend thatThe rad io frequency remote control is the central lock ing sy stem alway s beintegrated in the key . op erated using the remote control unit.Used to op erate: Handle remote control with care, protectz Central locking system , from moisture and high temperatures andz Mechanical anti-theft locking system , avoid unnecessary operation.z Vauxhall ala rm system 3 . Function check by brief illum ination ofThe remote control has a range of ha zard warning flashers.approxim ately 3 metres. The range canchange depending on ex ternal influences.Point remote control at vehicle whenopera ting.60
  • 63. FaultIf the central locking system cannot beopera ted with the remote control, it m ay b edue to the following :z The range of the rem ote control has been ex ceeded.z The battery voltage of the remote control unit is too low. Change the battery, see following columns.z The remote control has been repeatedly op erated from outside the v ehicle’ s recep tion rang e (e.g. too far from vehicle and remote control is not recognised ). Synchronise remote control, see following columns. Changing the rem ote control ba ttery Synchronizing remote contr olz The c entral lock ing system is ov erloaded Replace the battery as soon as the range In the ev ent of malfunctions, synchroniz e as a result of repeated operation a t short of the rem ote control starts to become remote control: intervals. The power sup ply is cut off for reduced. 1. Switch on ignition; sy stem will then approx. 30 seconds. Insert sm all screwdriver into recess in clip remain in synchroniz ing mode forz Interference from higher-power radio and lift. Pull key part from remote c ontrol. 30 seconds. waves from other sources. Ensure that the transponder in the key pa rt 2. Briefly press button p or q on theFor c entral locking sy stem operation using is not dama ged or loosened. Flip open the remote c ontrol unit with the unit inserted remote control. Replace batteries (forkey, see following pages. Have cause of in the ignition.fault remedied. We recommend that you battery type see page 272), pay ing attention to installation position. C lose 3. The central lock ing sy stem locks andconsult a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer. remote control and audibly latch into key unlocks to show that the remote c ontrol part. ha s b een sy nchronized. The battery change must be p erformed within 3 minutes, otherw ise the remote control will hav e to be resynchronized. Make sure that you dispose of old batteries in accordance with environmental protection regulations. 61
  • 64. Not e z To prevent the driv er from being ina dvertently locked out, the b utton on the drivers d oor c annot be depressed when the door is open. z If the drivers door is not closed properly , the central loc king sy stem will unlock again immediately after lock ing. z To loc k the d oors from insid e (e.g. to prevent unw anted entry from outside), push down lock button on driv er’s door. z Locked doors unlock a utoma tica lly if an accident of a certain sev erity occ urs (to permit outside assistance) – To unl oc k: Prerequisite: Ignition m ust not beCentral locking system switched off.For d oors, tailgate and fuel tank filler neck Press button q on remote control unitcover. – or – Turn key in drivers door lock towards frontTo lock : of vehicle, then turn it back to the verticalPress button p on rem ote control unit position and remove. Alternatively , when– or – unlocking from inside, pull up the lockTurn key in drivers door lock towa rd s rear button on drivers d oor.of vehic le, then turn it b ack to the verticalposition and remove. Alternatively, whenlocking from inside, press the lock b uttonon one of the front doors with the doorsclosed.62
  • 65. Cl osing window s, tilt / slid e sun roof and O verloadskylight r oof 3 C are must be taken w hen operating the If the central locking system is overloadedThe electric wind ow s 3 , the tilt / slide electric windows 3, tilt / slide sun roof 3 as a result of repeated operation at shortsunroof and the skylight roof can b e closed and sky lig ht roof 3 . There is a risk of interva ls, the power supply is cut off forfrom the outside: Insert key into driver’ s injury , particularly for children, and a app rox . 30 second s.door lock and hold in locking position until danger that articles could become trapped. The sy stem is protected by a fuse in theall windows, the tilt / slide sunroof and the fusebox – see page 228.skylight roof are closed. Vehicle passeng ers should be inform ed accordingly. K eep a close watch on the windows, tilt / slide sun roof a nd skylight roof when closing them. Ensure that nothing becomes trapped in them as they move. 63
  • 66. Central locking system, Unlocking Malfunction in central locking sys te mmechanical anti-the ft Press button q on remote control unit A = Unlock driv er’s doorlocking system 3 – or – Turn key in drivers door lock tow ardsLocking Turn key in drivers door lock towards front front of vehicle, turning it bey ond itsAll doors must b e closed, the driv er’s door of vehicle, then turn it back to the vertical resistance p oint until it will not movemust have been opened once previously ; position and remove. any further. Turn k ey back to v erticalpress button p on the remote control Unlock ing is not possible in any other wa y, position a nd remove; raise dooragain within 10 second s a fter locking so k eep sp are k ey to ha nd in a safe p la ce! handle. Loc k button remains in– or – depressed p osition.Turn key in drivers door lock towa rd s rear B = Lock driver’s doorof vehic le aga in within 10 seconds after With drivers door closed, turn k eylocking, then turn it b ack to the vertical towards rea r of vehicle until it will notposition and remove. mov e any further. Turn k ey back toLoc k buttons on all d oors are positioned vertical position and remove.suc h that doors cannot be opened. The other doors can be opened and closed Do not use the sy stem if there are p eople by pulling or pushing the interior lock in the vehicle! The doors cannot be button (not p ossible if a nti-theft ala rm unlocked from insid e. system enabled beforeha nd ). Have cause of fault remedied. We rec om mend that y ou consult a Vaux ha ll Authorised Repairer.64
  • 67. K ey slot in lock in vertical p osition: Tailgate rema ins locked even if the vehicle is unlock ed using the remote control or by turning the key in the drivers door lock. This position is to be chosen if the tailgate is to stay lock ed. Turn key anticlockwise as far as it will go. 6Tailgate Use of centra l lock ing system for t ailga teLoc king and unlocking using the remote The central lock ing sy stem and the anti-control or key in the driv er’s door lock theft locking system for the doors cannottogether with central locking of d oors and be sw itched on or off from the tailgate lock.fuel tank cover - see p age 62. Key slot in loc k in horiz ontal p osition:See following columns for restrictions. Ta ilg ate is locked and unlocked using the remote control or by turning the key in theThe lock is released by pressing the button. drivers door lock. If the key is only turned to the horizonta l position after unlocking the central locking sy stem, the tailgate remains locked . Unlock ing – see nex t page. 65
  • 68. Not e z The central lock ing sy stem and the anti- theft locking sy stem for the doors cannot be lock ed or unlocked from the tailgate loc k. z There a re two handles on the inside of the tailgate to assist closing. z Fitting of accessories on the tailgate will increase its weight. If it becomes too heavy , it will not stay open. Do not drive with the tailgate open or ajar, e. g. when transporting bulky item s, since toxic exhaust fumes could enter the vehicle interior. Also, the registrationUnlock ing tailg ate w hen doors are loc ked Once the tailgate has been closed and the plate is only c learly v isible and correctlywi th central loc king syst em key turned bac k to the horizontal or illuminated with the tailg ate c losed .Turn key clockwise from vertical or vertical p osition, the tailga te is lockedhoriz ontal position as far as it will go. To again.guard ag ainst being locked out, the k ey In the horizonta l position the tailga te iscannot then be rem ov ed. only unlocked the next tim e the central lock ing sy stem is unlock ed.66
  • 69. Vauxhall alarm s yste m 3The system monitors;z Doors, tailgate and bonnet,z Passenger compartment,z Vehicle tilt,z Ignition To activ ate: Sw itching on without m onitoring of t he All doors, the tilt / slide sun roof 3 and pa ssenger comp artment a nd the vehicle sky light roof 3 must be closed ; press ti lt button p on rem ote control unit ag ain e.g. if anim als a re to be left in the vehic le. within 10 seconds after locking 1. Close tailgate and b onnet. – or – 2. Press b oth buttons at the same time to Turn key in d riv ers door lock towards rea r operate the front reading lig hts when the of vehicle again within 10 sec onds after ignition is switched off. The LED will fla sh lock ing , then turn it back to the v ertical for max. 10 seconds – see next pag e. position and remove. 3. Close doors. 4. Switch on anti-theft alarm system . LED lights up. After approx. 10 sec onds the sy stem is activated, without monitoring of the p assenger compa rtm ent or v ehicle tilt. LED flashes until system is switched off. 6 67
  • 70. 2. Open tailgate. 3. Close tailgate. 4. To loc k: Turn key back to prev ious position. Passenger com partment monitoring, lugga ge c om partment monitoring and monitoring of vehicle tilt is switched on again after approx. 10 seconds.To deacti vate: Opening a nd closing ta ilgat e w ithPress button q on rem ote control unit anti-theft a larm syst em acti vated– or – 1. To unlock: Turn key clockwise as far as itTurn k ey in drivers door loc k towards front will go. The tailgate is unlocked andof vehic le, then turn it b ack to the vertical monitoring of the passengerposition and remove. compa rtm ent and the vehicle tilt is deactivated.68
  • 71. After the first 10 seconds of anti-theft Ala rm alarm system activation: O nly a certain num ber of a la rm s are allowed to be trigg ered while the anti-theft z LED flashes = System on alarm system is switched on (this number is z LED lights up stipula ted b y law). for approx. The alarm takes the form of 1 second = Switch-off z An acoustic signal (horn, 30 seconds) If a system fa ult occ urs, consult a and work shop. We recom mend a Va ux ha ll z A visua l signal (hazard warning lights, Authorised Repairer. 5 minutes) 1 ). The system’s integ ra ted self-diagnostics Alarm c an be stopped by pressing allow s faults to be quickly remedied. button q (disa ble anti-theft alarm system) or by pressing button p on remote c ontrol.Light-emit ting d iode (LED)During the first 10 seconds of anti-theftalarm system activation:z LED lights up = Test, switch-on delayz LED flashes = Door, tailgate, bonnet open or system fault 1) Varies from coun try to coun try on a ccount of nationa l regu la tion s. 69
  • 72. Bonnet To op en completely , locate safety catch To hold bonnet in the open position, insertTo open the bonnet, p ull the release slightly to the right of centre as viewed the support rod located at right angleslev er / , located on the drivers side below from the front: lift this upwards and op en abov e the radiator grille into the plastic-the instrum ent panel. The bonnet will then bonnet. edged slot in the und ersid e of the bonnet.be unlocked and will pa rtially open. Return Any soiling or snow on the bonnet can slide Before closing bonnet, press sup port rodrelease lever to its original position. down w hen opened and block the air inlet. firmly into its retainer. Low er the bonnet Air inlet – see pag es 153, 159, 174. gradually and then allow it to fall into the lock under its ow n weight. The safety catch in the radiator grille must no longer b e protruding. C heck that the bonnet is locked in position by pulling at its front edge. I f it is not engaged , rep eat the procedure.70
  • 73. Seats, Interior Adjusting the front s eats see p age 7. Adjusting se ats in second row see p age 25. Folding seats in third row see p age 26. Increasing luggage compartment size by folding down the front seats see p age 73. Seating position Adjust drivers seat such that with the driver sitting upright the steering wheel is held in the area of its upper spokes with the drivers a rms slightly b ent. Push p assenger seat as far b ack as possible. The back rests must not be tilted too far back (recommended tilting angle approx. 25°). Imp ortant: Do not sit nearer than 10” (25cm) from the steering wheel, to permit safe airbag d eploym ent. Disregard of these instruc tions can lead to injuries which could be fatal. Vehicle passeng ers should be inform ed accordingly. 71
  • 74. Head restraint position He ad res traints Mid dle sea t in second row a nd sea ts inThe midd le of the head restraint should be Front seats and outboard seat s i n thir d rowat eye lev el. I f this is not possible for second r ow Before folding seats (see page 26), or toextremely tall persons, set to highest To remove head restraints: improve visibility with unoccupied seats,position, and set to lowest position for Release the tw o springs by pressing them push head restraints down as far assmall persons. and deta ch the hea d restraint. possible, pressing spring catches to release. Ad justment - see page 7. Disreg ard can lead to injuries which If seat is oc cup ied, pull head restraint could be fatal. Vehicle p assengers Enlarging luggage compartment: upwards. should be informed accordingly. Push head restra ints of second seat row down as far as possible – see page 73.Adjustment - see page 7.72
  • 75. Luggage compartment extens ion Max imum luggage compa rtm ent space is achieved by removing the lug gage compa rtm ent cover and folding over the seats in the second and third rows a nd the passenger backrest 3, see follow ing desc ription. Keep hands awa y from hinges when folding seats or rows of seats, risk of injury. The b ackrests of the second seat row are only allowed to be in the v ertical position to enlarge the luggage comp artm ent. The seats must not be oc cup ied b yArmrest 3 at driver’s seat Armre st in tilted persons in this position.Pull raised armrest forward against the middle backrestresista nce. Push middle head restraint as far down as it will go – see p age 72.The armrest can be set to various positionsby lifting it. Pull top handle at ba ck of midd le backrest, fold backrest onto seat cushion and latchThere is a storag e comp artment in the into position – see page 75.armrest – see page 84. Push rear handle of tilted bac krest and fold armrest out. Arm rest is held in raised position by magnets, which is why sensitive objects such as credit cards should not be placed on the armrest. To move backrest upright, fold a rm rest back. Pull front handle a t backrest, move backrest upright and latc h into position. 73
  • 76. Lowering seats in third row int o From lugga ge com partment, press button Lower b oth sea ts if required.floor of v ehic le at top of seat b ackrest and p ush back restBefore lowering the seats, move the seat forward. Raise seat by handle at rear andbenc h in the second row forward b y push bac krest further forwa rd until seat ispushing the handle on the right or left hand low ered into vehicle floor.side of the seat bench forwa rd until the Hold seat by handle during the entiremarking on the sea t b ench is level with the swiv elling proced ure.adjacent marking – see page 26,Fig. 14476 T.Push down head restraints of seats in thirdrow, releasing spring catches by pressing –see page 72.Guide seat belt through fixture, as shown inillustration, and insert latch pla te intofixture.74
  • 77. Push belt buckles into recess in floor and Fold ing down b ack rests of outb oard Folding d own mi ddle bac krest in secondclose cover. seat s i n second row seat row Push down head restraints of outboard Push m iddle head restraint down as far asSlide seat bench in second row to required seats in second row. possible, pressing spring catches toposition, pushing lev er to right or left of release.seat b ench forward – see Fig. 14473 T, Plac e sea t belt b uck les in pockets in seatpage 25. bench. Place seat belt buckles in pockets in seat bench – see page 91, Fig. 14504 T.Raising seats in third row - see page 26. Push lock ing lever of one or both bac krests down, raise one or both backrests and Pull top ha nd le on back of midd le b ackrest,Removing luggage compartment cover latch into p osition, mov e ba ckrest to vertic al position and- see page 77. – or – latch into position. – or – Push down release lever on one or both seat back rests and fold backrests down Pull top handle at back of middle ba ckrest, onto sea t bench until they latch. fold bac krest onto seat cushion and latch into position. To move up rig ht, push release lever down and latch back rest in required position. To mov e upright, pull front handle of lowered bac krest, raise back rest and latch into position. 75
  • 78. Pull top handle on back of m iddle backrest, move backrest to v ertical position and latch into p osition. Push down lev er 3 to right or left of seat bench, m ov e sea t bench as far forward as possible and latch into position. To move up rig ht, press lever 3 and slid e seat benc h to required position. Adjust backrest angles and swivel seat cushion down using lever 1. All positions must audibly latch.Lower second row and push forward s Fold pa ssenger sea t 3Place seat belt buckles in seat belt pock ets Push p assenger head restraint down orin seat b ench – see pa ge 91, Fig. 14504 T. remove – see page 72.Raise seat cushion in second row by Fold front p assenger seat forward b ypushing handle 1 on right or left hand side raising release lever and latch into position.of seat bench down and p ushing up seat To mov e upright, raise relea se lev er andbenc h until it locks into position. audibly latch front p assenger seatPush down release lever 2 at both bac krest.outboard back rests, ra ise backrests and Not es on load inglatch into position. see page 80.76
  • 79. Luggage compartment cover Rem oving Fitti ngBefore operating the luggage Open the luggage comp artm ent cover. Disengage c ov ers from side trims and storecompartment cover the rear seat belts them in the glove comp artm ent. Press the knob on the rig ht-hand side of themust be inserted into the fixtures a t the cover, press the right-hand end piece to the Insert the lug gage compa rtm ent cover firstsides (see illustration). left, and lock in. Rem ov e the cover from the in the retainer at the left, then at the right.To close: retainer a t the right, then a t the left. Press the k nob on the right-hand end piecePull the cover towards the rear using the Plac e cov ers in side trim openings. The of the lugg age com partment c ov er. Thehandle and engage it in the retainers at the respective "right" and "left" sides are cover locks into place.sides. identified on the covers by the letters "R"Do not place any heavy or sharp-edged (for right) and " L" (for left).objects on the cover.To open:Disengage the luggag e com partmentcover. It rolls back autom atically. 77
  • 80. Safety net 3 Attac h the straps to the lashing eyes in the Remov ingThe safety net c an be fitted behind the floor behind the second row of seats or Tilt strap length ad justers upwards andsecond row of sea ts or, if the seats in the behind the front seats, and tension them . unhook straps.second row a re folded down, behind thefront seats.Passeng ers must not b e transportedbehind the safety net.FittingThere are tw o installation holes in the roofframe: O pen covers, attach rod of net atone side and lock in p lace, ex tend rod,attach at other side and lock in place.78
  • 81. Floor cover for luggage com partm ent 3 When the third row of seats is not in use and the seats are folded aw ay under the floor, a cov er 3 can be placed over the luggage compa rtm ent floor.Stor age of safet y net Lashing e yes 3Roll up the removed safety net and secure The lashing eyes in the luggageit with Velcro strip. compartment are for fastening lashingRaise sea t bench for second row of seats – straps 3, a luggage net 3 or a safety net 3.see page 76. Slide sa fety net into holderbelow seat bench, fold seat b ench down,enga ge. 79
  • 82. z Secure loose a rticles in lugg age z Do not drive with the tailgate open or compa rtm ent using lugga ge net 3 to ajar, e. g. when transp orting bulky items, prevent sliding – see pa ge 79. since toxic ex haust fumes could enter the vehicle interior. Also, the registration z Always fit safety net 3 when plate is only c learly v isible and correctly transp orting articles in lugga ge illuminated with the tailg ate c losed . compa rtm ent – see p age 78. z Weights, payload and roof loa d z Do not a llow the load to protrude ab ov e – see page 267. the upp er edge of the back rests of the seats in the sec ond row or, if the second z Driv ing with a roof load (see pages 182, row seats ha ve been removed , abov e the 185, 204), increases the sensitiv ity of the upper edg e of the front seat backrests. vehicle to crosswinds and has a detrimenta l effec t on vehicle handling z The warning triangle 3 and first-aid kit 3 owing to the vehicle’s higher centre of must alway s b e freely a ccessib le. gravity. z Do not place any ob jects on the lug gageNotes on loading the vehicle compa rtm ent cover or the instrument Disregard of these instructions ma y leadz Heav y objec ts in the lug gage panel. They are reflected in the g lass, to injuries or endanger life. Vehicle com partment should be placed as far obstruct the drivers v iew and will be passeng ers should be inform ed forward as possible aga inst the engag ed thrown through the vehicle, for instance accordingly. rear seat backrests or, if the rear seat in the event of heavy braking. backrests are folded down, against the z The storage of objects in the a irba g front seat b ackrests. If objects a re to be expansion a rea should be avoided due stacked, the heav ier objects should be to the risk of injury when the airbag placed at the b ottom. Unsecured objec ts inflates. in the luggage compartment would be thrown forward with great force in the event of heavy braking, for exam ple.z Secure heav y objec ts with lashing straps 3 a ttac hed to lashing ey es 3 (see pag e 79). If hea vy loads slip when the vehic le is braked heavily or driv en around a bend, the handling of the vehicle may chang e.80
  • 83. The maximum power c onsumption of electrical ac cessories m ust not ex ceed; z 120 watts at the socket in the c entre console and 50 w atts with the heated seats switched on 3, z 120 Watts a t the accessory socket 3 in the storage compartment (when towing, the max imum power consumption is reduced by the wattage of the accessories in use in the carav an or tra iler). Do not connect any current-delivering acc essories, e.g. electrical charging devices or b atteries.Cigarette lighte r ) 3 Accessory sockets Electrical ac cessories connected to theThe cigarette lighter is located in the centre The soc ket in the centre console and the socket must c om ply with the electro-console, at the front. accessory soc ket 3 in the storage ma gnetic compa tib ility requirem ents laid compartment at the right side of the down in DIN VDE 40 839, otherwise vehiclePush ciga rette lighter in with ignition lugg age compartment c an be used to ma lfunctions m ay occur.switched on. Automatically sw itches off connect electrical accessories. The socketsand pops out when elem ent is glowing. are operational when the ig nition isWithd ra w cigarette lighter. switched on. With the eng ine off the battery will beg in to discharge. To prevent the ba ttery from d ischarging, the accessory socket in the luggage compartment will switch itself off autom atic ally 15 minutes after the ignition ha s b een switched off. Do not d amage the sockets b y using unsuita ble plugs. 81
  • 84. Ashtrays To empty , grip b oth sides of the ashtray Ashtrays, rear 3To be used only for ash and not for insert a nd pull upwards. To open, swivel the cover upwards.combustible rubbish. The rear ashtrays can be rem oved for emptying or for use in the third row by Disreg ard may lead to injuries or mov ing the cover back and forth to endanger life. Vehicle pa ssengers should disengag e it and then lifting out the be informed accordingly. ashtray upwards.Ashtray, front 3Press ashtray cover to op en.82
  • 85. Storage compartments in the The right sid e trim contains a storage Storage compartment 3 beneathluggage compartment compartment with an accessory socket 3 passe nger seatThe vehicle tool k it with the jack and towing – see page 81 and the ty re repair kit 3 Lift tray by grasping recessed ed ge a ndeye, the wa rning triangle ¨ 3 a nd the – see page 224. pull forwards. Max imum load: 1 kg. Totrailer coupling ball bar are stored under a To op en the side trim flaps rotate the close the tray push it in and loc k it in place.flap in the vehicle floor at the rear 3. To fa steners through 90°, and to close themopen the fla p, lift the ca rp et. Rotate and lift turn the fa steners all the wa y bac k again.the m etal ring. When ob jects are stored in theSpa re wheel storage 3 – see p age 218. compartments in the side trim, m ake sureStore first-aid k it in compartment in side the free movement of the seat belts andtrim + 3 – see pa ge 216. their automatic retrac tors is not impaired . 83
  • 86. Glove com partm ent Storage com partm ent in Drink holders 3To open, pull hand le. front armre st 3 These are located at the front underneath To open, press button and open top pa rt of the ashtray and in the front door pockets.O n the inside of the glov e c om partment armrest.cover there is a pen holder. More drink holders can be found in the midd le ba ckrest in the second seat row in the folded-down position – see page 75. Push rear hand le of tilted backrest and fold armrest out. Raise drink hold er and la tc h into position.84
  • 87. Sun visors The sun v isors can be folded down or swiv elled to the side to prevent dazzling.Drink hold ers can also be found in the sidestorag e comp artments adjacent to thethird seat row. 85
  • 88. Safety systems Three-stage re straint system Comprising: The airbag sy stems 3 supplem ent the three-point seat belts and belt z three-point seat belts tensioners. The seat belts must therefore z Belt tensioners at the front seats always be worn. Disregard of these instructions may lea d to injuries or z Airbag system s for driv er, front endanger life. Vehicle p assengers should passenger 3 and outboard rear seats be informed accordingly. The three stag es are a ctivated in sequence Be sure to read the detailed descriptions of depending on the seriousness of the the three-stage restra int system and the accident: child restraint system on the following z The automa tic seat belt locking devices pag es! prevent the belt strap from being pulled out and thus ensure that the v ehicle occupants are retained in their seats. z The front seat b elt buckles are p ulled downwards. As a result, the seat b elts are instantaneously tightened and the occupants are made aware of the deceleration of the vehicle at a v ery ea rly stage. This reduces the stress placed on the body. z The airbag sy stems a re also triggered in the ev ent of serious accidents and form a safety cushion for the occupants.86
  • 89. Seat belts In the event of an accident, persons not wearing sea t belts enda ng er their fellow Alwa ys wea r your seat belt, and that oc cup ants and themselves. means also in urb an traffic and when you are a rear seat passenger. It can Control indica tor X for seat belts – see page 32. save y our life! Pregnant women m ust alwa ys wear a Sea t belts are desig ned to be used by only one person at a time. They a re only seat belt – see page 90. suitable for children up to 12 yea rs of ag e or sma ller than 150 cm if used in conjunction with a child seat. For children up to 12 y ears of age we recommend the Vauxhall child restraint sy stem – see pa ge 103. Three-point seat belts The vehicle is equipped with three-point seat belts with automatic retrac tors and locking d evices, allowing freedom of body mov ement although the spring tensioned belts always ensure a snug fit. S eating position - see p age 71. The belt has a " vehicle sensitive retra ctor" which is designed to lock during hea vy acc eleration or deceleration in any direction. 87
  • 90. Belt tens ionersThe front sea t belt system incorporates belttensioners. In the event of a head -on orrea r-end collision, d epending on theseverity of the accident, the belt bucklesare pulled d ow nwa rd s; the diagonal a ndlap b elts are instantaneously tightened. Actuati on of belt tensioners C ont rol indic ator for b elt tensioners v Indicated by the control indicator v. Belt The belt tensioners are electronically tensioner actua tion ma y also be indicated monitored together with the airbag by y ellow tabs on the belt buck les. systems and the operation thereof is indicated on the instrument panel by the The belt tensioners must be replaced after control ind icators v. When the ignition is activation. We recommend that you switched on, the control ind ic ators consult a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer. illuminate for a pprox. 4 seconds. If they do If the seat belts are unda maged the not illumina te, or they do not go off within op eration thereof is unaffected, even if the 4 seconds, or illum inate whilst driving, there belt tensioners have been triggered. is a fa ult in the belt tensioner system or the airbag sy stems – see pag e 98. The b elt tensioner or the airbag systems ma y not activa te if an a ccident occurs.88
  • 91. Imp or tant z The belt tensioner and airbag sy stem Have the cause of the fault remedied . control electronics can be found in the We recom mend that y ou consult a z Accessories and other objects must not centre console area. In order to av oid be affixed or placed within the action Vauxhall Authorised Rep airer. malfunctions, do not store mag netic zone of the belt tensioners a s this may objects in this a rea.The system ’s integrated self-diagnostics result in injury if the belt tensioners areallows faults to be quickly remed ied. H ave triggered. z We recom mend that you have the frontyour C ar Pass on hand when consulting a seats removed by a Vauxhall Authorised z Do not mak e any modifications to theVauxhall Authorised Repairer. Repairer. components of the belt tensioners, as this will render the vehicle z The belt tensioners only actuate once. un-roa dworthy . Please replace belt tensioners that have been triggered. We recom mend tha t you Imp roper handling (e. g. removal or consult a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer. installation) could cause the belt z Applicable safety directives must always tensioners to be trigg ered. Risk of injury ! be ob served when disposing of the vehicle. For this reason, d isposal should be done by an authorised recy cling company. We recommend that you consult a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer. 89
  • 92. Using the belts Height adjustm ent O n pregnant women in particular, theFitting the b el t O f front and second row seat b elt upper lap belt must be positioned as low asPull the belt out of the retractor and guide anchorage points: possible ac ross the pelv is so as not to putit across the body , making certain that it is too much pressure on the abdomen. 1. Pull b elt out slig htly.not twisted. 2. Press button down or push belt guide up .Insert latch plate into buckle. Backrest Thick layers of clothing prev ent the beltmust not be tilted too far back , sinc e this from fitting snugly. The belt must not rest 3. Set desired height.would affect the opera tion of the seat against hard or frag ile objects in the 4. Allow anchorage to lock aud ibly intobelts; recommended tilting a ng le app rox . pockets of your clothing (e.g . ballpoint position.25°. The lap belt m ust be stra ig ht and lying pen, k ey s, spectacles), since this could cause injury. No ob jects such as handba gs, Do not mak e height adjustments w hilstsnugly against the body . Tighten lap belt mobile p hones etc. m ust be present driving.at frequent intervals whilst driving bytugging diagonal pa rt of belt. between the belt a nd your body.90
  • 93. Adjust height such that the belt p asses Rem oving t he b el t Seat belts in the sec ond rowover the wearers shoulder and rests To remove the belt, d epress the red push When adjusting sec ond seat row to enlargeagainst the shoulder. It must not pass over button on the buckle; the belt will retrac t luggage compa rtm ent, plac e sea t beltthe neck or upper arm. autom atic ally. buckles in pockets in seat bench as shown in figure. The seat belt for the middle seat can only be pulled out of the inertia reel if the bac krest is latched in the rearmost position 91
  • 94. Inspe ction of belts Plea se check all parts of the b elt system occasionally for dama ge a nd correct operation. H ave da maged parts replaced . In ca se of an accident, please replace overstretc hed belts and triggered belt tensioners. We recommend consulting a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer. Do not perform any altera tions on the belts, their anchorages, the automatic retrac tors or the belt buck les. Mak e sure that b elts are not da maged or trapped by sharp-edged objec ts.Seat b el ts in the third r ow When not in use, route the seat beltO pen the cover in the floor between the through the fix ture as shown in theseats and pull up the belt buckles. illustration, and insert the la tch plate in the fix ture.Remove latch plate and belt from fix ture. For use by passengers, the belts must not be routed through the fixture.92
  • 95. Exception: Passenger sea t with seat occupancy recognition system 3 . The seat occupancy recognition system deactiva tes the passenger front and side airbags if the passenger seat is unoccupied or a Vauxhall child restraint system with transponders 3 has been fitted to the passenger seat. S eat occupa ncy recognition – see p age 99. Vauxhall c hild restraint sy stem with transponders 3 – see pag e 104. Examples of events triggering the front airbag sy stem: z Impact against a non-y ielding obstacle:Vauxhall Full-Size airbag s yste m z Seat occupancy recognition 3, The front airbags are trigg ered at lowFront airb ag vehicle speed. z C ontrol indicator for Vaux hall childThe front airbag system is identified by the restraint systems y with transponders 3 z Impact against a yield ing obstacleword AI RBAG on the steering wheel and in the courtesy light (such as another vehicle): The frontabove the glov e c om partment. airbags are only triggered at a hig her The front airb ag system is triggered:The front airbag system comprises: vehicle speed. z Depending on the severity of thez Airbag w ith inflator in the steering wheel accident, and a second one in the instrument panel, z Depending on the ty pe of impact, z Within the range shown in thez Control electronics with impact sensor, illustration,z Airbag sy stems control indicator v in z Independently of the side airbag the instrument panel, system 3 and curtain airbag system 3. 93
  • 96. When trigg ered , the front airbags inflate in The front airbag sy stem will not bemilliseconds and form a safety cushion for The front airbag sy stem provides triggered in the ev ent ofdriver and front passeng er. The forw ard optimum p rotection when the seat, z The ignition being switched off,movement of the driver and front back rest and head restra int are correctly z Minor frontal collisions,passenger is checked and the risk of adjusted: Adjust the drivers seat z Accidents in which the v ehicle ov erturns,injuries to the upper body a nd head according to the occupants height such z Collisions inv olv ing a side or rear impa ct,thereby substantially reduced. that with the driver sitting upright the where it would not be of benefit to the steering wheel is held in the a rea of its occupants.No im pairment of view will occur, because upper sp ok es with the d riv ers armsthe a irb ags inflate and deflate so quickly . slightly bent. The front passeng er seat should b e as far b ack as possible, w ith the backrest upright – see p ages 5, 71. Do not place the head, b od y, hands or feet on the covers of the airbag sy stems. Do not place any objects in the area in which the airb ags inflate. Im portant inform ation – see page 101. The three-point seat belt must be correctly fitted – see page 90.94
  • 97. Seat belts must always be worn. The front a irb ag system serv es to supplement the three-point seat belts. If y ou do not wear your seat belt you risk being seriously injured, or even thrown from the vehic le, in the ev ent of an accident. If an accident occurs the belt helps to maintain the correct seating position that is required for the front airbag system to provide you with effective protection.In addition, the front airbag sy stem will notbe triggered for the front passenger in Side airb ag 3 The side airbag sy stem is triggered;vehicles with seat occupancy recognition 3 if; The side a irb ag system is identified by the z Depending on the severity of thez The front p assenger seat is unoccupied, word AIRBAG on the outb oa rd sides of the accident,z There is a p roperly fitted Va ux ha ll child front seat backrests. z Depending on the type of impa ct, restraint system with transponders 3 . The side a irb ag system c om prises: Seat oc cup ancy recognition z Within the range shown in the illustra tion z Airbag w ith inflator in the b ack of the of the drivers d oor or front passenger – see page 99. drivers a nd front passenger’ s seats door, Vauxhall child restraint system with respectively , transponders 3 – see page 104. z Independently of the front a irba g z C ontrol electronic s, sy stem. z Sid e imp act sensors, Exception: Pa ssenger seat with seat z Airbag sy stems control indicator v in the occupancy recognition system 3. The seat instrument panel, occupancy recognition sy stem dea ctivates the pa ssenger front and sid e airbags if the z Seat occupancy recognition 3, passenger seat is unoccupied or a z C ontrol indicator for Vaux hall child Vauxhall child restraint system with restraint systems y with transponders 3 transponders 3 has been fitted to the in the courtesy light. passenger seat. S eat occupa ncy recognition – see p age 99. Vauxhall child restraint sy stem with transponders 3 – see pag e 104. 95
  • 98. In ad dition, the sid e airbag sy stem will not There must be no objects in the area in be triggered for the front passenger in which the airb ag inflates or in the a rea versions with sea t occupancy recognition 3 between the seat backs and the vehicle if; body . Do not place the hands or arms on z The front passenger seat is unoccupied, the covers of the airba g systems. Imp ortant information – see page 101. z There is a properly fitted Vauxhall child restra int system with transponders 3. The three-p oint seat b elt m ust always b e correctly fitted – see page 90. Seat occupancy recognition – see page 99. Vauxhall child restraint system with transponders 3 – see page 104. The side airba gs will not be triggered in the event of; z The ig nition being switched off, z Frontal c ollisions,When triggered, the sid e airbag inflates in z Accidents in which the vehicle overturns,milliseconds to form a safety cushion for z C ollisions involving a rear imp act,the d riv er or front passenger in the z C ollisions inv olv ing a sid e impact outsiderespective door area. This substantiallyred uces the risk of injury to the upper body the passenger cell.in the event of a sid e-on collision.96
  • 99. Curt ain airb ag 3 The curtain airbag system is trigg ered ; When it is triggered, the curtain airbagThe c urtain airbag sy stem can b e inflates within milliseconds and form s a z Depending on the severity of therecognised by the word AI RBAG on the safety barrier in the head area in the first accident,roof pillar panelling. and second row s of the respec tiv e side of z Depending on the ty pe of impact, the vehicle. If a side-on collision occurs, theThe c urtain airbag sy stem comp rises: z Within the range shown in the illustration risk of head injury is reduced considerably.z Airbag with inflator in the roof frame on of the d riv ers door or front pa ssenger the drivers and front passenger side door, respectively, z Together with the side airbag system,z Control electronics, z Irrespective of seat occupancyz Side impact sensors, rec og nition,z Airbag sy stems control indicator v in z Independently of the front airbag the instrument panel system. 97
  • 100. There m ust be no objects in the area in Have the c ause of the fault rem edied. which the airbag inflates. Do not place We recom mend that you consult a the hands or arms on the covers of the Vauxhall Authorised Repairer. airb ag sy stems. I mportant inform ation – The sy stem’s integrated self-diagnostics see pa ge 101. allows faults to be quickly remedied. Have The three-point seat belt must alway s be y our C ar Pass on hand when consulting a correctly fitted – see page 90. Vauxhall Authorised Repairer.The curtain airbags will not be triggered inthe event ofz The ignition b eing switched off,z Frontal collisions,z Acc idents in which the vehicle overturns,z Collisions inv olv ing a rea r impact, Control i nd icator for airba g systems v The front airb ag system, the side airbagz Collisions involving a side impa ct outside sy stem 3 a nd the curtain airbag system 3 the passenger c ell are electronically m onitored together with the seat occupa ncy recognition system 3 and the belt tensioners, and the opera tion thereof is indicated on the instrument panel by a control indicator v. When the ignition is switched on the c ontrol ind ic ator illuminates for approxim ately 4 seconds. If it d oes not illum ina te, does not go off after 4 seconds or illuminates whilst driving, there is a fa ult in the airbag system s, the seat occupancy recognition system 3 or the belt tensioners – see page 88. The sy stems may not operate if an accident oc curs.98
  • 101. Seat oc cupancy recognition 3The seat occupancy recognition systemdeactivates the front and side passengerairbags if the front passenger seat isunoc cup ied or a Vaux hall child restraintsystem with transponders 3 has b een fittedto the front passenger seat. The curtainairbag sy stem remains activated to protectthe p assengers.The c ontrol indicator for seat occupancyrecognition is loca ted in the c ourtesy lig ht.If this control indicator lights up after theignition is switched on for a pprox. 4seconds, the vehicle is equipped with seatoccupancy recognition – see page 100, Fig.11414 T. In addition, vehicles with seat occupancy Only Vauxhall child restraint systemsThis c ontrol indicator lights up recognition can be identified b y the sticker with transpond ers 3 ca n be fitted on thepermanently after the ignition is switched on the front p assenger seat – see Fig. front passenger seat; the use of system son when a Vaux hall child restraint system 12193 T. without transponders poses a dangerwith transponders 3 is fitted as soon as the Vauxhall c hild restraint system s w ith to life.system has detected the seat. O nly then tra nsponders 3 a re automaticallycan the child restraint sy stem be trans- detected if correctly fitted to the front Vauxhall child restrain systems withported on the front passengers seat. passenger seat. When these child restraint transponders 3 can b e identified by a sy stems are b eing used on the front sticker – see Fig . 11382 A. passenger seat, the front and side a irb ag sy stems for the front p assenger seat are deactiv ated. The curtain airbag system remains activated. Pay attention to the seat occupancy recognition 3 control indica tor – see page 100. 99
  • 102. If a child restraint system is incorrectly If the Va ux ha ll child restraint system with fitted or the transponders are faulty the tra nsponders 3 ha s b een fitted control ind icator will flash. C heck that child correctly, the control ind ic ator for restra int system has been fitted correc tly . Vauxhall restraint systems with Fitting child restraint system w ith tra nsponders must light up in the tra nsponders 3, – see pag e 110. courtesy light once the ignition has been If the control indicator does not illumina te turned on. with a correctly installed child restraint If the control indicator does not sy stem there is a fa ult. Risk of fatal injury to illuminate whilst driv ing , the airb ag the child. Fit child restraint system to rear sy stems ha ve not b een deactiv ated on seat. Ha ve c ause of fault remedied. We the passenger side. Risk of fatal injury . In recommend that you consult a Va ux ha ll this case, fit child restra int system to rear Authorised Repairer. seat. Ha ve cause of fault remedied . We If no Vaux hall child restra int system with recommend that you consult a Vauxhall tra nsponders 3 is installed the control Authorised Repairer.Cont rol indica tors y for Vauxha ll child indica tor m ust neither illuminate nor flash,restraint syst em s with t ransponders 3 since the passenger side airbag sy stemsThe p resence of a Vaux hall child restraint would not actua te. H ave cause of faultsystem w ith transponders 3 is indicated remedied. We recom mend tha t you consultafter the ignition has been switched on by a Vaux hall Authorised Repairer.continuous illumination of the c ontrolindicator y in the courtesy light, as soonas the seat occupancy recognition systemhas detected the child restraint system.If the control indicator is not lit whiledriving, the airbag systems for thefront passenger seat hav e not beendeactivated . C hild’ s life is endangered. Fitthe c hild restra int system on the rear seat.Hav e the cause of the fault remed ied. Werecom mend that y ou consult a VauxhallAuthorised Repairer.100
  • 103. Im portant z O nly protective covers whic h are z Do not modify airbag sy stemz Acc essories and other objects must not approved for y our Zafira with side components, since this would render the be affixed or placed in the a rea in which airbag 3 ma y be fitted on the front vehicle un-roadw orthy. the airbags inflate a s they could cause seats. When fitting the protective covers, injury if the airbags are trig gered. mak e sure that the airbag units on the If handled im properly the airbag outboard sides of the front seat sy stems can be triggered in an explosivez Do not p la ce a ny objects between the back rests a re not covered. manner - risk of injury! airb ag systems and the vehicle occ upa nts; d ang er of injury . z The airb ag systems are triggered z We recom mend ha ving the steering indep endently of each other dependingz Use the hooks in the roof frame only to wheel, the instrument panel, all panelling on the severity of the accident and the hang up light articles of clothing or c oa t parts, the door sea ls, the handles and type of impa ct. The side airbag system hangers. Do not place any objects in the the front seats removed by a Vauxhall and the curtain airbag system are pockets of the hanging items – risk of Authorised Repairer. triggered together. injury. z Applicable safety directives must always z Each airbag can be trig gered only once.z The belt tensioner and airbag sy stem be ob served when disposing of the O nc e triggered, an airbag must be control electronics c an be found in the vehicle. For this reason, d isposal should rep laced without delay. We recomm end centre c onsole area. I n ord er to av oid be done by an authorised recy cling that you consult a Vaux hall Authorised malfunctions, do not store magnetic company. We recommend that you Repairer. ob jects in this area. consult a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer. z The speeds, d irections of m ov ement andz Do not stick a ny thing on the steering deform ation p roperties of the v ehicles, wheel, instrument p anel, front seat and the properties of the obstac le backrests or roof fram e in the vicinity of concerned determine the severity of the the airbags, or on the front pa ssenger accident and triggering of the airbags. seat cushion, or cover any of those areas The degree of da mage to your vehic le with other materials. and the resulting repair costs alone arez Use only a dry cloth or interior cleaner to not indicative tha t the criteria for clean the steering wheel, instrum ent triggering of the airbags were m et. panel, front seat b ackrests, roof fram e and seat cushion of the front passenger seat. Do not use any a ggressiv e cleaning agents. 101
  • 104. z Persons weighing less than 35 kg should Vehicles with front passenger a irba g can only tra vel on the rear seats. This does be identified by the word AI RBAG abov e not ap ply to children who are trav elling the glove com partment a nd the warning in c hild restra int system s w ith sticker on the side of the instrument panel, transponders 3. visible when the passenger door is open.z In v ehicles with seat occupancy recogni- Vehic les with sid e airbag 3: No child tion 3 , do not place any heavy objects restra int system 3 m ay be fitted on the on the front p assenger seat otherwise front passenger seat; da ng er to life. the airbag system s for the front passenger seat m ay be triggered in the A v ehicle with side airbags can b e event of an accident. identified by the word A IRBAG on thez In vehicles with seat occupancy outboard sides of the front seat b ackrests. recognition 3, to prevent m alfunctions S eat occupancy recognition 3 do not use protective covers or sea t – see page 99. cushions on the front passenger seat. Use of chil d restraint syst em s 3 on frontz When using a Vauxhall child restraint passengers seat in vehicles wit h airba g system with tra nsponders 3 on the front systems 3 and without seat oc cupancy passenger seat, in ord er to prevent rec ognition 3 malfunctions, no objects (e. g. plastic sheet, stickers or heated mats) m ay b e Vehicles with front passenger airba g 3 placed under the c hild restra int system . or side airb ags 3: c hild seats fa cing the rea r of the vehicle (child safety cradle Child restraint sy stems and other heavy and child safety seats for weight classes ob jects must not be transported on the 0 and I, see following pa ges) must not b e la ps of v ehicle occupants; risk of fatal fitted to the front passeng er seat, risk of injury. Child restraint sy stems with fatal injury. C hild seats facing in the transponders 3 transported in this way direction of trav el (child safety seats for may p revent the passenger airbag weight classes I, II and I II – see following system s from trigg ering in vehic les with pages) may be fitted to the front seat occupancy recognition 3 . passenger sea t p rov id ed that the seat is moved ba ck as far as possible and the back rest is adjusted such that the lap belt fits snugly.102
  • 105. The seat occupa ncy recognition sy stem Child res traint sys te ms 3 detects Vauxhall child restraint systems The Vauxhall c hild restraint system is with tra nsponders 3 and deactivates the designed specific ally for your Vaux hall and front and side airbags at the passenger thus provides op tim um safety for your child side. The curtain a irb ag system remains in the event of impact. If a different child activated . Seat occupancy recognition – safety seat is used, follow the see p age 99. ma nufacturers instructions for fitting and Vauxhall c hild restraint system s w ith use. tra nsponders 3 can be identified by the sticker on the child restraint system. 6Use of child restrai nt systems 3 onfront p assenger sea t in v ehicl eswi th airba g systems 3 a ndwi th seat occupanc y recognit ion 3 Only Vauxhall child restraint systems with transp onders 3 can be fitted on the front passenger seats. Use of systems without transponders poses a danger to life. 103
  • 106. Vauxha ll safety c radle Va uxhall sa fety crad le with t ransponders Vauxhall Top S afe child safety seatwi thout transponder From b irth up to a weig ht of 10 kg. w ith or wi thout ISO -FIX atta chment,From birth up to a weight of 10 k g. w ith transponders The transponders a re integ ra ted in the From birth up to a w eight of 18 kg. seat cushion. The tra nsponders are integrated in the seat console. C om prising: 1 Child seat, 2 Carrying c ra dle 3 , 3 Floor sup port 3, 4 Seat belt 3, 5 Safety supp ort.104
  • 107. Vauxha ll child sa fet y seat Use of chil d restraint syst em s 3 on front Vehicles with front passenger a irba g canwi thout transponder passengers seat in vehicles wit h airba g be identified by the word AI RBAG abov eFrom body weight of 9 1) kg to 36 kg. systems 3 and without seat oc cupancy the glove com partment a nd the warning rec ognition 3 sticker on the side of the instrument panel,Com prising: visible when the passenger door is open.1 Seat back Vehicles with front passenger airba g 32 Safety support or side airb ags 3: c hild seats fa cing the Vehic les with sid e airbag 3: No child3 Seat cushion rea r of the vehicle (child safety cradle restra int system 3 m ay be fitted on the and child safety seats for weight classes front passenger seat; da ng er to life. 0 and I, see following pa ges) must not b e fitted to the front passeng er seat; risk of A v ehicle with side airbags can b e fatal injury. C hild seats facing in the identified by the word A IRBAG on the direction of trav el (child safety seats for outboard sides of the front seat b ackrests. weight classes I, II and I II – see following S eat occupancy recognition 3 pages) may be fitted to the front – see page 99. passenger sea t p rov id ed that the seat is moved ba ck as far as possible and the back rest is adjusted such that the lap belt fits snugly.1) Use of th e s ys tem is n ot recomm ended fo r children weig hing less tha n 11 kg. 105
  • 108. Use of child restrai nt systems 3 on thesea ts in the third row ISO -FIX child safety seats fa cing the rea r of the v ehicle m ust not be fitted to sea ts in the third seat row – see following pages. Use of chil d restraint syst em s 3 on Vauxhall child restraint systems with front passeng er seat in vehicles transponders 3 can b e identified by the with a irbag system s 3 and sticker on the child restraint sy stem. with seat occ upancy rec ognition 3 O nly Vaux hall child restraint sy stems with tra nsponders 3 can be fitted on the front passenger seats. Use of sy stems without transpond ers poses a d ang er to life. The seat occupa ncy recognition sy stem detects Vauxhall child restraint systems with tra nsponders 3 and sw itc hes off the relev ant airbag systems to protect the child. Sea t occupancy recognition – see page 99.106
  • 109. Note z The cov ers of the safety cradle andz Children under 12 yea rs or under 150 c m safety seat can be wiped clean. ta ll should only travel in an app ropriate z Do not stic k anything on the child child safety seat. restraint sy stems a nd do not cover themz When transporting children, use the child with any other materia ls. restraint systems suitable for the childs z A child restraint system whic h has been weight. sub jected to stress in an a ccident mustz Ensure that the child restraint system is be rep la ced. fitted correctly. z Y ou should a lso observe the instructionsz Only allow the child to enter and ex it on on installation a nd use supplied with the the sid e of the vehicle fa cing away from child restraint system. the road. 6 107
  • 110. Child restraint sys tem , Fastening t he chi lds seat b el t Ad apting to the childs sizeVauxhall child s afety cradle 3 Plac e child in safety cradle. The length and heig ht of the belts on thewithout transponders safety cradle can be adjusted a ccording to Join the two shoulder belts of the sa fetyFor babies ag ed up to 10 months or the child s size: cradle as shown in the illustration andweighing up to 10 k g. To adjust length, p ull b elt strap at rear of engage in belt buckle between the childs safety cradle or loosen it by pressing the legs. In vehicles with front passenger a irba g 3 metal clip. or side airbag 3, the safety cradle must not be fitted on the front pa ssenger seat; The belt must fit snug ly a cross the childs danger to life. In this case, fit the sa fety body w ithout being too tig ht. cradle on one of the outer sea ts in the second row or on one of the seats in the third row.108
  • 111. To adjust height, pull both shoulder belts Securing in the v ehic le O pen clip on rear of safety cradle to side.towards rear through slots. Then guid e Move child safety cradle ca rry ing handle to Route the diag onal part of the vehicle seatbelts through slots in required position. up right position. Alw ays place child safety belt around the bac k of the safety cradle cradle on one of the outboard rear seats bac krest through the open clip. Tighten fa cing away from the direction of trav el vehicle seat belt and close clip. and fasten seat belt. To disengage carrying hand le, press down Move upp er anchorage point of vehicle and swivel in direc tion of v ehicle seat seat belt to lowest position 3 bac krest. – see page 90. Pull v ehicle seat belt out of retractor and route lap belt through the two guide clips on the sid e b olsters of the safety cradle. Fasten b elt buckle. 109
  • 112. Child restraint sys tem : V auxhall Ad apting to the childs size In vehicles with front passenger airbag 3safe ty cradle with transponders 3 The length and heig ht of the belts on the or side airb ag 3 a nd seat occupancyFor babies ag ed up to 10 months or safety cradle can be adjusted a ccording to rec og nition 3, only Va ux ha ll childweighing up to 10 k g. the child s size: restraint systems with transponders 3 To adjust length, p ull b elt strap at rear ofThe Vauxhall safety cradle with may be fitted on the front pa ssenger safety cradle or loosen it by pressing thetransponders 3 can be identified by a seat; using systems without metal clip.stic ker on the safety cradle – see page 106. transp onders p oses a risk of fatal injury. The belt must fit snug ly a cross the childs Do not fit a child restraint sy stem on the Sea t occupancy recognition 3 body w ithout being too tig ht. front passenger seat if the v ehicle is – see page 99. equipped with front passenger airbag 3 Vauxhall c hild restraint system s w ith or side airb ags 3, but d oes not have seat tra nsponders 3 may a lso be fitted on the occ upa ncy rec og nition 3. Otherwise, rear seat. there is a risk of fatal injury. Fastening t he chi lds seat b el t Plac e child in safety cradle. Join the two shoulder belts of the sa fety cradle as shown in the illustration and engage in belt buckle between the childs legs.110
  • 113. To adjust height, pull both shoulder belts Securing in the v ehic le Move upper anchorag e point of vehicletowards rear through slots. Then guid e Raise carrying handle of safety c ra dle. seat belt to lowest position – see pag e 90.belts through slots in required position. Alw ays p la ce the safety cradle on the front Pull vehicle seat belt out of retractor and passenger seat with the belted child fac ing route lap belt through the two guid e clips away from the direction of trav el, as shown on the side bolsters of the safety cradle. in the illustration. Fasten belt buckle. Ad just seat b ackrest as described on page 94. 111
  • 114. O pen clip on rear of safety cradle to side. Child restraint system, z Weight class 0+: from birth to a weight of Top Safe child s afety seat 13 kg . Always install facing away fromRoute the diagonal part of the vehicle seat with ISO-FIX attachment, direction of travel.belt around the back of the safety cradle with transpondersback rest through the op en clip. Tig hten z Weight class I: For weig ht of 9 k g tovehic le seat belt and close clip. Modula r system for va rious weight ranges: 18 kg . Always install facing direction ofTo disengage c arry ing ha ndle, press down z Weight class 0 with carrying crad le 1) : tra vel.and swivel in direction of vehicle sea t From birth to a weight of 6 kg. Alwa ysback rest. install fa cing away from direction of travel. 1) Weight clas s 0 is d efined up to 10 kg , b ut o nly up to 6 kg in co mb in atio n with th e ca rrying cra dle.112
  • 115. Child restraint sys tem , Securing in the v ehic le Pull yellow handle at rear of child safetyTop Safe Engage provided p ush-in sleev es in IS O-FIX seat console until both attachment strutswith ISO -FIX attachm ent, retainers between seat back rest and seat are fully ex tended.Weight class 0 with carrying cradle 31) : cushion as shown in illustration. Place child safety seat on one of outboardfrom birth to 6 kg. seats in second seat row fac ing aw ay fromFit to one of outboard sea ts in second seat direction of trav el.row facing aw ay from direction of trav elusing I SO -FIX fastening.1) Weig ht cla ss 0 is d efined up to 10 kg, bu t only up to 6 kg in com bina tion w ith the carrying crad le. 113
  • 116. Align child safety seat and simulta neously Rota te top fastening brack et of provided Pull bottom locking pin at floor supportslid e b oth extended sec uring struts into floor support by 90°. Push in rear pins of and extend foot to floor of vehicle. Engagepush-in sleev es until they audibly latch into fa stening b ra ckets and insert into seat locking pin.position. Inspection windows at front of console g uides until front pins engage.seat c onsole indicate correct lock ing Only the rear pins must be visible a fter(deta ils in figure). engaging has taken place.Check that seat ha s engaged by pulling.114
  • 117. Fasteni ng the childs sea t belt Guide belt buckle at front of seat console K eeping them straight, guide belts overPlace child in carrying crad le. Fit carrying through openings in child safety seat and child’s shoulders. Push shoulder belt la tc hcradle flaps over child’ s la p using Velc ro carrying cradle. plates tog ether and click into belt bucklestra p. between child’s legs. Guide child safety seat shoulder beltsPlace carrying cradle in child safety seat through bottom guides in b ackrest andfacing awa y from direction of trav el. through slits in hea d area of carrying cradle towa rd the outsid e. 115
  • 118. To ad just seat belt length, push m etal plate Rem oving t he safety sea t Pull yellow handle on seat console andon back of child sa fety sea t backrest a nd Remove child from c hild safety seat. release c hild safety seat from ISO -FIXtighten or slacken free end of belt. brack ets. Push pins of floor sup port fa steningUnbelt t he chi ld brackets and pull support out of guides. Remove child safety seat from vehicle.To slacken seat belt, press red button at Rota te both fastening brackets inw ard bychild safety seat belt buckle and pull 90° to store a way.shoulder belts out of carrying crad leguides.Remove child in carrying cradle from childsafety seat.116
  • 119. Remove push-in sleev es between seat Child restraint system, Securing in the vehiclecushion and b ackrest, since otherw ise the Top Safe Eng age provided push-in sleeves in ISO -FI Xpadd ing could be da maged when the seat with ISO-FIX mounting, mounting s between seat b ackrest a nd seatback rests are tilted forwa rd . We ight class 0+: cushion as shown in illustration. from birth to 13 kg Fit to one of outboard seats in second seat row facing away from direction of travel using IS O-FIX fastening. 117
  • 120. Pull yellow ha ndle at rear of child safety Align c hild safety seat a nd simultaneously Rotate top fastening bracket of providedseat c onsole until both attachment struts slide both ex tended securing struts into floor support by 90° . Push in rear pins ofare fully ex tended . push-in sleeves until they audibly latch into fastening brackets and insert into seat position. Inspection windows at front of console guides until front pins eng age.Place child safety seat on one of outboard seat console indicate correct locking O nly the rear pins must be v isible afterseats in second sea t row facing awa y from (d etails in figure). eng aging has taken p lace.direc tion of travel. Check that seat has enga ged by pulling.118
  • 121. Pull bottom locking pin at floor sup port Fastening t he chi lds seat b el t Guide shoulder belts over child’s shouldersand ex tend foot to floor of vehicle. Engage Plac e child in safety seat. at b oth sides, keeping belts straight. Putlocking pin. shoulder belt latch plates together and Guide front belt b uck le at seat console click into b elt buckle between child’s legs. through opening in child safety seat – see details in Fig . 14077 J. To a djust sea t belt length, push m etal plate at front of child safety seat back rest and Guide shoulder belts of child safety seat tighten or slacken free end of b elt – see through lower or upp er bac krest guides Fig. 13538 J, page 116. depending on size of child. Unbelt the c hild Route seat belt suc h that belt does not exit To slacken belt, press red b utton on child below c hild’ s shoulder level. safety seat belt b uck le and mov e shoulder belts to side. 119
  • 122. Remove push-in sleeves between seat cushion and backrest, since otherwise the pad ding could be damaged when the seat bac krests are tilted forw ard.Remov ing the safety seat Pull y ellow handle at front of seat consoleRemove child from child safety seat. and release child safety seat from IS O-FIX mountings.Push pins of floor support fasteningbrackets and pull sup port out of g uides. Remove child safety seat from v ehicle.Rotate both fa stening b ra ckets inward b y90° to store away.120
  • 123. Child restraint sys tem , Conversion from w ei ght cla ss 0 or 0+ to Guide both shoulder b elts through theTop Safe weight cl ass I bac krest as shown in the illustration, pushwith ISO -FIX m ountings , Remove child safety seat as describ ed on latch plates together a nd insert intoWeight class I: pages 116 and 120. brack et at back of child safety seat.from 9 kg to 18 kg Insert child sa fety sea t belt b uc kle intoFit to one of outboard sea ts in second seat holder on seat console.row facing d irection of travel using IS O-FIXfastening . 121
  • 124. Push both sliders together on cross strut Pull front clip on child safety seat and Push seat backw ard on console and turnbeneath seat a nd tilt front cross strut relea se rear fram e from seat console. by 180°.upwards out of seat console guide rails.122
  • 125. Pull front clip on c hild safety seat, insert Push both front sliders beneath seat Securing in the vehiclerea r fra me into recess in seat console and tog ether and insert and engage cross strut Eng age provided push-in sleeves in ISO -FI Xenga ge in front position. in recesses at front of seat console. reta iners between sea t backrest a nd seat cushion as shown in illustration. 123
  • 126. Pull yellow ha ndle at rear of child safety Align c hild safety seat a nd simultaneously Rotate top fastening bracket of providedseat c onsole until both attachment struts slide both ex tended securing struts into floor support by 90° . Push rear pins ofare fully ex tended . push-in sleeves until they audibly latch into fastening brackets and insert into seat position. Inspection windows at front of console guides until front pins eng age.Place child safety seat on one of outboard seat console indicate correct locking O nly the rear pins must be v isible afterseats in second seat row facing d irection of (d etails in illustration). eng aging has taken p lace.travel. Check that seat has enga ged by pulling.124
  • 127. Pull bottom locking pin at floor sup port Fastening t he chi lds seat b el t Tighten belt by pulling on free end. S afetyand ex tend foot to floor of vehicle. Engage Plac e child in safety seat. table must lie firmly against child sa fetylocking pin. seat. Fit safety table to child sa fety sea t in suitable position. First click provided individual belt into a belt buck le on the child safety seat. Guide belt through belt retainer in safety table, keeping it straight, and click into other belt buckle on c hild safety seat. 125
  • 128. Adj ust child safety seat Rem oving t he safety sea t Pull yellow handle at front of seat c onsolePull loop at front of seat and pull child Remove child from c hild safety seat. and release child safety seat from ISO -FI Xsafety seat on seat console forward at brack ets. Push pins of floor sup port fa steningsame time (sleeping position) or push brackets and pull support out of guides. Remove child safety seat from vehicle.back ward (sitting p osition). Rota te both fastening brackets inw ard by Remove push-in sleeves between seatRelease loop after adjusting. 90° to store a way. cushion and backrest, since otherwise theUnbelt t he chi ld pad ding could be damaged when the seatTo slacken, push red buttons at child sa fety bac krests are tilted forw ard.seat b elt buckles and rem ov e safety table.126
  • 129. Child restraint sys tem , z Weight class 0+: From birth to a w eight Child res traint sys te m,Top Safe child safety s eat of 13 kg. Always install facing away from Top Safewithout ISO-FIX mountings, direction of trav el. without ISO-FIX mountings,with transponders z Weight class I: For weight of 9 kg to weight class 0 with carrying cradle 32) :Modular system for v arious 18 kg. Alwa ys install facing direction of from birth to 6 kgweight rang es: travel. Fit to one of the seats in second seat row orz Weight class 0 with carry ing cradle1 ): front passeng er seat fa cing away from From birth to a weight of 6 kg. Always direction of trav el using vehicle seat b elt. install facing way from direc tion of trav el. Do not fit a child restraint system on the front passenger seat if the vehicle is equipped with front passeng er airbag 3 or side airbags 3 , but does not hav e seat occupancy recognition 3 . Otherwise, there is a risk of fatal injury.1) 2) Weig ht cla ss 0 is d efined up to 10 kg, bu t only Weig ht class 0 is defined up to 10 kg, bu t on ly up to 6 kg in com bina tion w ith the carrying up to 6 kg in com bina tion w ith the carrying crad le. crad le. 127
  • 130. Securing in the vehicle Guide lap belt of v ehicle safety belt Pull shoulder belt of v ehicle safety beltPlace child sa fety seat on one of seats in through both guid es beneath shell of child round back of child sa fety sea t and guidesecond row or front passeng er seat fac ing safety seat and pull tight. throug h outer slit in b ackrest running inaway from direc tion of travel and p ush direction of trav el.right back against backrest. Then g uide shoulder belt beneath beltPull la tc h pla te of vehicle safety belt out of buckle integrated to insid e of child safetyretractor and click into relevant b elt buckle. seat and pull tight.128
  • 131. Fasteni ng the childs sea t belt Guide belt buckle at front of seat console K eeping them straight, guide belts overPlace child in separate carrying crad le 3 . through openings in child safety seat and child’s shoulders. Push shoulder belt la tc hFit carrying cradle flaps over child ’s lap carrying cradle. plates tog ether and click into belt buckleusing Velcro strap. between child’s legs. Guide child safety seat shoulder beltsPlace carrying cradle in child safety seat through bottom guides in b ackrest andfacing awa y from direction of trav el. through slits in hea d area of carrying cradle towa rd the outsid e. 129
  • 132. Unbelt the child Remov ing the safety seat To slack en belt, press red button on child Remove child from child safety seat. safety seat belt buckle and ta ke should er Press red button on vehicle safety belt belts out of carrying cradle guide. buckle, remove belt from guid es at bac k, Remove child in ca rry ing cradle from child side and beneath seat shell of child safety safety seat. seat and allow belt to reel in. Remove child safety seat from vehicle.To ad just seat belt length, push m etal plateon back of child sa fety sea t backrest a ndtighten or slacken free end of belt.130
  • 133. Child restraint sys tem , Securing in the v ehic le Guide lap belt of vehicle safety beltTop Safe Plac e child safety seat on one of seats in throug h b oth guides b eneath shell of childwithout ISO-FIX mountings, second row or front pa ssenger seat facing safety seat and p ull tight.Weight class 0+: away from direction of travel and pushfrom birth to 1 3 kg rig ht b ack ag ainst bac krest.Fit to one of the seats in second seat row or Pull latch plate of vehicle safety b elt out offront passenger seat facing away from retractor a nd click into relev ant belt buck le.direc tion of travel using vehicle seat belt. Do not fit a child restraint sy stem on the front passenger seat if the v ehicle is equipped with front passenger airbag 3 or side airb ags 3, but d oes not have seat occ upa ncy rec og nition 3. Otherwise, there is a risk of fatal injury. 131
  • 134. Pull shoulder belt of vehicle safety belt ov er Fastening t he chi lds seat b el t K eeping them straight, guide shoulderback of child safety seat and lead through Plac e child in child sa fety seat facing away belts ov er child’s shoulders. Push shoulderouter slit in backrest running in direc tion of from direction of travel. belt latch plates together and click into belttravel. buckle between child’s legs. Guide belt buckle from seat consoleThen guide shoulder belt b eneath b elt through opening in child safety seat. To a djust sea t belt length, push m etal platebuckle integrated to inside of child safety at front of child safety seat back rest and Guide shoulder belts of child safety seatseat a nd pull tight. tighten or slacken free end of b elt – see through lower or upp er bac krest guides Fig. 13538 J, page 116. depending on size of child. Unbelt the c hild Route seat belt suc h that belt does not exit To slacken belt, press red b utton on child below c hild’ s shoulder level. safety seat belt b uck le and mov e shoulder belts to side.132
  • 135. Remov ing the safety seatRemove child from child safety seat. In vehicles without seat occupancy detection 3 but with side airbag 3, noPress red b utton on vehic le safety belt child restraint sy stem may be fitted onbuckle, remove belt from g uides at back , the front passeng er seat; risk of fa ta lside a nd beneath seat shell of child safety injury.seat a nd allow belt to reel in.Remove child sa fety sea t from vehicle. Child restraint system, Top Safe without ISO -FIX mountings, We ight class I: from 9 kg to 18 kg In v ehicles without seat occupancy rec og nition 3 b ut w ith p assenger airbag 3, the child restraint sy stem may be fitted to the passeng er seat provided that it is pushed bac k as far as possible. 133
  • 136. Conv ersion from weight c lass 0 or 0+ t o Guide both shoulder belts throug h Push sliders together on cross strutweight class I backrest as shown in illustration and put beneath seat a nd remove front frame fromRemove child sa fety sea t as described on both la tch plates together and insert into seat console g uide rails.pages 130 and 133. retainer a t rear of child safety seat.Insert child safety seat belt buckle intoholder on seat console.134
  • 137. Pull clip at front of child safety seat and Push seat ba ckward on console and turn Pull front c lip on child sa fety sea t, insertrelease frame from seat console a t rear. by 180°. rear frame into recess in seat console and eng age in front position. 6 135
  • 138. Push sliders together beneath seat at front, Fastening t he chi lds seat b el t Place shoulder and lap b elts of vehicleinsert cross strut into recesses at front of Plac e child safety seat on sea t fa cing safety belt into safety table belt guideseat c onsole and engage. direction of travel and push right b ack together, without twisting. against b ackrest. Insert latch p la te of vehicle sea t belt in Plac e child in safety seat. buckle. Fit safety table into recesses in child safety Tighten belt sy stem by pulling on shoulder seat. belt. Move upp er anchorage point of vehicle seat belt to lowest position 3 . Height ad justment – see page 90.136
  • 139. Unbelt the child Remov ing the safety seat Press red button on vehicle sa fety b elt Unbelt child and remove from child sa fety buckle, remove belt from guide and seat. remove safety table. Remove child safety seat from vehicle.Adj ust child safety seatPull loop at front of seat and pull childsafety seat on seat console forward atsame time (sleeping position) or pushback ward (sitting p osition).Release loop after adjusting. 137
  • 140. Child restraint sys tem ,Vauxhall child restraint seat 3without transponderModular system for v ariousweight rang es: z Weight class I: for weight of 9 kg to z Weight class II: for w eight of 15 kg to 18 kg; it is ad visa ble only to use weight 25 kg . Always install facing direction of class I for weights of 11 kg a nd above. tra vel. Always install facing direction of travel. z Weight class III : For weight of 22 kg to 36 kg . Always install facing direction of tra vel.138
  • 141. Child restraint sys tem : Fastening t he chi lds seat b el t Insert diag onal and lap belts of vehicleVauxhall child s afety seat 3 , Alw ays fit child safety seat fa cing direction seat belt into belt guides on safety base.Weight range I: of trav el. When fitting to front passenger Insert latch p la te of vehicle sea t belt in9 kg to 18 kg 1) seat, slide seat as far back as possible. buckle.When fitting to front pa ssenger seat, slide Plac e child in safety seat.seat a s far b ack as possib le. Insert safety base into recesses on seat cushion. On vehicles w ith side airbag s 3 , no child restraint system may be fitted on the Move upp er anchorage point of vehicle front passengers seat; danger to life. seat belt to lowest position 3 . Height ad justment – see page 90.1) Use of th e s ys tem is n ot recomm ended fo r children weig hing less tha n 11 kg. 139
  • 142. Child restraint sys tem : Fastening t he chi lds seat b el t O pen flap on outer height adjuster onVauxhall child s afety seat 3 , Alw ays fit child safety seat fa cing direction safety seat, insert belt and close flap.Weight range II: of trav el. When fitting to front passenger Withdraw pin and a djust belt position by15 kg to 25 kg seat, slide seat as far back as possible mov ing slide upwa rds or downwards. AllowWhen fitting to front pa ssenger seat, slide Plac e child in safety seat. pin to lock into p osition.seat a s far b ack as possib le. Insert latch plate of vehicle seat belt in The seat b elt must pass over the childs On vehicles w ith side airbag s 3 , no child buckle. shoulder, never over the neck or upper restraint system may be fitted on the The lap b elt of the vehicle seat belt must arm. front passengers seat; danger to life. pass through the two guides on the seat cushion. Ad just the upp er anchorage point of the vehicle seat belt 3 so that the belt runs along the shortest route to the height adjuster on child safety seat. Height ad justment – see page 90.140
  • 143. Child restraint sys tem : To change from w eig ht range I or II t o Fastening the child s seat beltVauxhall child s afety seat 3 , weight ra ng e I II Alway s fit sea t cushion facing direc tion ofWeight range III: Remove safety seat b y reversing seq uence travel. When fitting to front passenger22 kg to 36 kg of op erations for fitting weig ht ra nges I seat, slide seat as far back a s p ossible.When fitting to front pa ssenger seat, slide and II . Place child on seat cushion.seat a s far b ack as possib le. Detach both belt ends from the metal clip Insert latch p la te of vehicle sea t belt in at rear of c hild safety seat backrest and On vehicles w ith side airbag s 3 , no child buckle. remove belt. restraint system may be fitted on the The lap belt must pass through the two front passengers seat; danger to life. Use a screw driver to unscrew the outer guides on the seat cushion. screws connecting the sa fety seat backrestThe safety seat for weight range I II is a lso and cushion. Remove stud bolts from sea t The seat b elt must pass over the child’sava ilab le as a separate sy stem. S ee third cushion, working from the inside. Separate shoulder, never over the neck or uppercolumn for details on its use. safety seat backrest from cushion. arm. Adjusting up per anchorage point Keep a ll parts in a safe place. of vehicle seat belt accordingly. Height ad justment – see page 90. 141
  • 144. He ad res traints Safety acce ssorie s 3 Do not mount any ob ject or com ponent on The wide ra nge of Vauxhall accessories the head restraint unless it has been allows you to equip your vehicle in specifically released for y our vehicle for this acc orda nce with your own wishes. In purp ose. They impair the protective add ition to safety accessories, item s for prop erties of the head restraint and c ould improving comfort a nd a complete ra nge be thrown forward throug h the vehicle in of vehicle care p roducts you will find m any the ev ent of heavy b ra king or a n ac cident. articles w hich w ill be of g reat va lue to you when need ed. "Genuine Vaux hall Parts a nd Accessories" guarantee high quality a nd accurate fit. A Vauxhall Authorised Repa irer will be happy to advise you, for ex ample with regard to: z Vauxhall child restra int system s,Exterior mirrors z Tow rope,For the safety of pedestrians, the exterior z Tow rod,mirrors will swing out of their normal z Jump leads,mounting position in the event of a n z Spare bulb kit,accident-lik e im pact. Re-engage the z Spare fuse kit,mirrors in position by applying slight z Halogen fog lights,pressure to the mirror housing. z Mudfla ps, z Magnetic lig ht,Asphe rical exterior mirror 3 z Wa rning triangle,Increa ses the field of v ision. S lig ht z First-aid kit,distortion means that it is somewhat z First-aid kit (cushion).difficult to estimate the distance b etweenthe v ehicle and those behind it.142
  • 145. Lighting Exte rior lights Fog lights > 3 Turn light switch: O n = Press > O ff = Press > ag ain 7 = O ff or switch ignition off 8 = Parking lights 9 = Dipp ed or m ain beam C ontrol indicator > in instrument panel. Dip ped beam , main b eam and head lig ht flash - see pag e 15. Fog tail light r O n = Press r In positions 8 and 9, the tail lights a nd O ff = Press r a gain numb er plate lights are also lit. or switch ignition off Vehicles with daytime running lig hts 3: C ontrol indicator r in instrument panel. With the ignition on and the light switch at position 7 the d ipped beam is switched on Reversing lights without instrument illum ination. C om e on when reverse gear is engaged Driv ing in foreign countries - see pa ge 146. and ig nition is sw itched on. Turn s ignals, haz ard warning flashe rs see p age 16. 143
  • 146. Headlight range adjustm ent ? Automa tic Level Control S yst em 3 Instrument illumination kManual hea dlight range adjustm ent 3 Controls hea dlight ra ng e in vehicles with C om es on with ex terior driving lights.Adjust headlight range to four stages of Xenon headlight systems. If the control Brightness can be adjusted with knurledvehic le load ing with dipped beam switched indica tor ? lights while driving, there is a knob 3.on: Turn k nurled wheel to d esired position. fa ult. Hav e the cause of the fault remedied immed iately. We recommend tha t you Information display illumination 3Correct adjustment of the headlight range consult a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer.red uces dazzle for other road users. Lights up when ignition is switched on. When vehicle lights are on, brightness ca nz Front seats occupied = 0 be adjusted w ith k nurled knob 3.z All seats occ upied = 1z All seats occ upied and load in luggage compartment = 2z Driv ers seat occupied and load in luggage compartment = 3144
  • 147. Courtes y light 0 Front reading lights 3 Courte sy light aboveCom es on w hen a door is op ened. O nce the With ignition switched on: rear s eats 3door has been shut it g oes out On = S witch setting I On = Press buttonimmediately , after a certain delay 3, or O ff = S witch setting 0 Off = Press button aga inwhen the ignition is turned on 3 . Light comes on when a rea r doorTo keep the courtesy light on, pull the light is opened = S witch in centreswitch.Autom atically regulated centreconsole lighting 3Spotlight in internal mirror housing.Daylight-sensitiv e automatic control ofcentre console lig hting when ig nition is on. 145
  • 148. Glove com partm ent lightingGlove c om partment is illuminated when lidis open and ignition on.Cigarette lighte rand as htray illumination 3Lights up w hen ignition is switched on.Luggage compartment lightingCom es on when tailgate is opened.Autom atic s hut-offof electrical consumers 3Some consum ers such as the interiorlighting sw itch off after 30 m inutes if theignition is switched off, to prevent the Xenon headlig ht system 3 3. Move lev er shown in illustration upwards.battery from discharging. To avoid glare, switch both dipped beam 4. Check light / dark limits of dipped beam headlights to sy mmetrica l dipped beam: (e.g. in front of a wall):Headlights when driving abroad 1. O pen bonnet. Horizontal = Sym metricalThe a ssymetrical dipped beam extend s Angled upwards = Asy mmetricalvisibility at the ed ge of the road at the 2. Remove main beam head lig ht protectivepassenger side. cover. 5. Pla ce headlight protective cover in position and close.This causes glare for oncom ing traffic if thevehic le is driven in countries where trafficdrives on the opposite side of the road.Halog en headl ight system 3To avoid glare, place masking strips onboth head lig hts. We recomm end that y ouconsult a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer.146
  • 149. Windows, sun roof C are must be taken w hen operating the electric windows 3, tilt / slide sun roof 3 and sky lig ht roof 3 . There is a risk of injury , particularly for children, and a danger that articles could become trapped. Vehicle passeng ers should be inform ed accordingly. If there are children on the rear seat, switch on the child safety sy stem 3 for the elec tric wind ow s. K eep a close watch on the windows, tilt / slide sun roof a nd skylight roof when closing them. Ensure that nothing becomes trapped in them as they move. Door windows The door wind ow s c an be op erated using Before lea ving the v ehicle, remove the the crank 3. ignition key in order to p revent unauthorized opera tion. 147
  • 150. Ele ctric windows 3O peration with ignition switched off.Two or four rocker switches in handle ondrivers door: Upper switches for frontwindows, lower switches 3 for rearwindows. Additional rocker switches inhandle on front passenger door a nd in reardoors 3.Control ind icators in the switches show theopera tional status. To op erate window in sta ges, tap switch. C hi ld safety system for rear w indows For automatic opening or closing, keep S witc h between the rocker switches in the switch pressed for slightly longer; to stop handle on the drivers d oor wind ow movement, ta p switch again. z To left (red control indicator visible): Rear windows ca nnot be opera ted with Safety func tion the switches in the rear doors, If the window g lass enc ounters resistanc e above the midd le of the window during z To right (green control indica tor v isible): autom atic closing, it is im med ia tely Rear windows ca n be operated with the stopped and the window opened ag ain. switches in the rear doors. If the windows do not mov e easily – on account of frost, for exa mple – rep eatedly tap the switch for the w indow in question until the wind ow has b een closed in stages.148
  • 151. Interrup tion of power suppl y O verloadAutom atic opening and closing of the If the sy stem is overload ed, the powerwindows is not p ossible a fter interruption supply is automatically cut off for a shortof the p ow er supply or a drop in battery time.voltage. Activ ate the window electronics as The sy stem is protected by a fuse in thefollow s: fusebox – see page 228.1. Close doors.2. Switch on ignition.3. Close window and hold down roc ker switch for at least another 5 seconds.4. Repeat for eac h wind ow . Closing w indows from out si de 3 Hold key in drivers door lock in the door lock ing position until wind ow s a re closed. 149
  • 152. To raise: Close the sun roof and press button . To lower: Press button l until the sun roof is closed. Sun sha de The sun shade can be opened and c losed with the sun roof either closed or raised . When the sun roof is opened, the sun shade is a lso opened.Front tilt / slide sun roof 3 C losi ng sun roof from outsideO peration with ignition switched off. Hold key in drivers door lock in the locking position until the sun roof is closed .For buttons l and between the sunvisors, buttons in version with rear sky lightroof, see next page.To open:Press b utton l . The sun roof op ens until itrea ches the c om fort position. With the roofin this p osition, wind noise is reduced.To open beyond the comfort position:Press button l ag ain.To close:Press b utton until the sun roof is closed.150
  • 153. Fault Re ar skylight roof 3 C losi ng skyl ight roof from outsideThe system is protected by a fuse in the Operation with ig nition switched off. Hold key in drivers door lock in the doorfusebox – see page 228. Until fault is locking position until the sun roof is c losed . Buttons and w between the sun visors.rem edied, operate roof as follows. FaultSlide drive cover toward rear. Push in To raise: If the electric drive fails, the system is Press button .spring-load ed centre pa rt of drive shaft protec ted b y a fuse in the fuseboxusing screwdriver and rotate driv e shaft To lower: – see page 228.until sun roof is closed . Press button w until skylight is closed. Until the fault is remedied , operate the sunCa r tools - see pag e 217. Sun sha de roof as follows: The sun shade can be opened and c losed Unclip d riv e cov er using ignition key. Push with the skylight either closed or raised. in spring -load ed middle section of driv e shaft using comm ercially available 4m m Allen k ey and rotate d riv e shaft until skylight is closed. 151
  • 154. Heating andventilation He ater controls C entre rot ary sw itch: Fan Left-hand rotary switch: Temp er ature Four speeds:Heating and ventilation sys te ms To the right = Hotter x OffAir mixture system: By mixing cold and hot To the left = Colder 4 Maximum airflowair the temperature ca n be regulated The ra te of airflow is determined by thewithout delay . fan. The fan should therefore also be switched on d uring a journey .152
  • 155. Rig ht -hand rota ry swit ch: Air d istributi on Air recirculation system 4 Air intakeV To the windscreen and The air circulation sw itch 4 switches the The air intakes in front of the windscreen on front door windows air conditioning system to air circulation the fa r left and right-hand sides of theJ To the windscreen, to mode (c ontrol indicator). eng ine compartm ent must be kept free of front door windows, to leaves, dirt and snow. If fum es or unpleasant odours penetrate front and rear footw ells from outside: Temporarily switch on air circulation 4. Air outletK To front and rear Do not cover over the air outlets when footwell The air circulation sy stem minimizes the storing items in the luggage compartmentL To head area abov e ad justable entry of outside air. The humidity stora ge c om partments. air vent a nd to front increases, and the windows can mist up. and rear footwells The qua lity of the passenger compartment P ollen filter air deteriora tes which may cause the The pollen filter clea ns the air entering fromM To headroom via adjustable vehicle occupants to feel d row sy. air vents outside and filters dust, soot, pollen and Switch the a ir distribution to V : The air spores from the interior a ir if the airO pen the air vents w hen the switch is set to circulation sy stem is a utoma tica lly shut off recirc ulation system is ac tiv e.L or M. to provide faster dem isting of the windows. The filter must be replaced in accordance with the intervals sp ecified in the Service Booklet. 153
  • 156. Centre air ve nts Side air vents 1 Rear air ventsPleasant ventilation to head area with Unheated or heated air can be led into the Unheated or heated a ir is led into theunheated or slightly warmed air, vehicle through the nozz les. vehicle.depending on the position of the The vents are opened by means of the The air volume can be adjusted using thetem perature sw itch. When the temp erature regulating wheel. With the wheel in regula ting w heel. Wheel at top: Vents fullyswitch is set in the mid position, cooler air position 7 they are closed. open. In position 7 they are closed.flows from the centre air vents than fromthe side vents. The airflow can be directed a s d esired b y The airflow can be directed as desired by tilting a nd swiv elling the fins. tilting and swivelling the fins.O pen both vents b y means of thereg ulating w heel. With the wheel in To increase the air supply , set the fan to a To increase the air supply, set the fan to aposition 7 they are closed. higher sp eed. higher speed.The a irflow ca n be directed as desired by Windscre en de-ice r nozz les 2tilting and swivelling the fins. Air distribution switch set to Vor J:To increase the air supply, set the fan to a unhea ted or heated air will be directedhigher speed. onto the windscreen and onto the door wind ow s.154
  • 157. He ating The amount of heat is dependent on the coolant temperature and is thus not fully attained until the engine is warm. For rapid warming of the p assenger compartment: z Turn temperature switch clockwise z Set the fan to speed 3 z Set the air distribution sw itch to the desired position – see page 153 The comfort and general well-b eing of the vehicle occupants a re to a large extent dependent on a suitable ventilation and heating setting.Ve ntilation To obtain a stratification of temperature in Heating the footwe llz Set temperature according to the vehicle with the pleasant effect "cool There a re also heating ducts leading to the requirements head a nd warm feet", set the air rear footwell.z Ad just fan setting according to distribution switch to K or L and the z Turn tempera ture switc h clockwise requirements temperature switch to the m id position, z Switch on fan and open the centre ventilation jets.z For max imum ventilation in head area: z Set air distribution switch to K Set air distribution switch to M and open all vents z Close centre air v entsz Airflow to rear seats: Direct centre v ents slightly tow ards each other and slig htly upwardsz For ventila tion to footwell: Set air distribution sw itch to Kz For simultaneous ventilation to the hea d area a nd the footwell: Set air distribution sw itch to L 155
  • 158. Window de misting and de frosting He ated rear window, Heated front seats 3 heated ex terior mirrors Two regulating wheels ß above the heater Failure to com ply with the descriptions Pushbutton Ü beneath the heater controls: controls. can lead to misting of the windows and therefore a ccidents caused b y poor On = Press Ü Turn relevant wheel to set required heating visibility. Off = Press Ü a gain level. Control indica tor in p ushbutton. C ontrol indicator nex t to the regula tingz Turn temperature switch c lock wise wheel. Heating operationa l only with enginez Set fan to 3 or 4 running. To switch off, turn knurled wheel ß to % .z Set air distribution sw itch to V The heater is autom atically switched off Heating only with ignition switched on.z Open side air v ents as required and after 15 minutes. direct them towards door windowsz Close centre air ventsz Switch on heated rea r windowFor simultaneous warming of the footwell,set air d istribution switch to J156
  • 159. Air conditioning The ventilation, heating and cooling sections ma ke up a functional unitsystem designed to prov ide maximum comfort at all times of y ear, under any weather conditions and at any outside temperature. The air is cooled and dried when the air conditioning is sw itched on. The heating unit heats the air a s required in all operating m od es depending on the position of the temperature switch. The air supply can be adjusted to suit requirements by means of the fan. The air circulation 4 and c ooling n switches a re beneath the heater switches. C ooling (cooling compressor) can only be used if engine is running. C ooling (cooling compressor) automatically switches off at low outside temperatures. Rear passenger cooling 3 sw itc h on add itionally if required – see page 163. 157
  • 160. Heate r controls Centre rotary switch: Fan Rig ht-hand rot ary swi tch: Air distribut ionLeft -hand rota ry swit ch: Temperature Four speeds: V To the windscreen andTo the right = Hotter x O ff front door windowsTo the left = Colder 4 Max imum airflow J To the windscreen, to The rate of airflow is determ ined by the front door windows, to fa n. The fan should therefore a lso be front and rear footwells switched on during a journey. K To front and rear footwell L To head a rea a bove adjustable air vent and to front and rea r footwells M To headroom v ia adjustab le air vents O pen the air vents when the switch is set to L or M.158
  • 161. Air re circulation system 4 Cooling n Air intakeThe a ir circulation switch 4 switches the Switch n activates the cooling compressor The air intakes in front of the windscreen onair conditioning sy stem to air circulation of the air conditioning system. the fa r left and right-hand sides of themode (control indicator). eng ine compartm ent must be kept free of When the c ooling unit (cooling comp ressor) leaves, dirt and snow.If fumes or unpleasant odours penetra te is on, the air is cooled and dehumidified.from outsid e: temporarily switch on air Switch off the cooling to conserve fuelcirculation 4. whenev er cooling and dry ing is required. Air outlet Do not cover over the air outlets whenThe a ir circulation system minimizes the storing items in the luggage compartmententry of outside air. The humidity stora ge c om partments.increases, and the windows can m ist up.The quality of the passenger compa rtm ent P ollen filterair deteriorates which ma y cause the The pollen filter clea ns the air entering fromvehic le occupants to feel drowsy. outside and filters dust, soot, pollen andSwitch the air distribution to V: spores from the interior a ir if the airThe a ir circulation system is a utomatica lly recirc ulation system is ac tiv e.shut off to provide faster demisting of the The filter must be replaced in accordancewindows. with the intervals sp ecified in the Service Booklet. 159
  • 162. Centre air ve nts Side air vents 1 Rear air ventsDep ending on the temperature switch Cooled, unhea ted or heated air can be led C ooled, unheated or hea ted air is led intosetting, the head area is pleasa ntly into the vehicle through the nozzles. the vehicle.ventilated with cooled, unheated or slightly The vents are opened by means of the The air volume can be adjusted using thewarmed air. regulating wheel. With the wheel in regula ting wheel.Tem perature switch in central area: Centre position 7 they are closed. Wheel at top: Vents fully open.air vents emit cooler air than side vents. The airflow can be directed a s d esired b y In position 7 they are closed.O pen both vents b y means of the tilting a nd swiv elling the fins. The airflow can be directed as desired byreg ulating w heel. With the wheel in To increase the air supply , set the fan to a tilting and swivelling the fins.position 7 they are closed. higher sp eed. To increase the air supply, set the fan to aThe a irflow ca n be directed as desired by higher speed.tilting and swivelling the fins. Windscre en de-ice r nozz les 2To increase the air supply, set the fan to a Air distribution switch to V or J:higher speed. cooled, unheated or slightly warmed airflows to windscreen and side windows.160
  • 163. Operation of the system Maximum c ool ing Window demistingConv enience set tings (M axim um Air Conditioning) Window m isting beca use of wet wea ther or Open w indows briefly so that warm a ir ca n dam p clothing:z Cooling n as required. escape rapidly. z Cooling n on.z Air c irculation system 4 off. z C ooling n on. z Temperature switch: As required.z Temperature switch: as req uired. z Air circulation sy stem 4 on. z Fan: As required.z Fan: As required. z Turn temperature switch anticlockwise as far as it will g o (c old ). z Air distribution switch to V, airz Air d istribution switch set to L or K. recirculation sy stem 4 automa tic ally z Set fan to 4.z Open vents as req uired. switches off, z Set air distribution switch to M.Tem perature switch in centre of – or –adjustm ent ra nge: Warmer air w ill flow into z O pen all vents (rear v ents as required). if there is still m oisture in the system afterthe footwell and cooler air into the upper previous air conditioning operation, thezone, with warmer air coming from the side windows may m ist up. To prev ent this,air vents and cooler air from the centre set air distribution to K b efore startingvents. engine and set to V approx. 5 seconds after starting. 161
  • 164. De-icing t he w indows Additional cooling Additional knurled wheel for fan x in rearz Cooling n off. for passe ngers in rear 3 roofliner. Switch on rear passenger cooling ifz Temperature switch: As required . required (a dditional to air conditioning):z Fan: As required. the air in the rear is cooled and dried .z Air d istribution switch to V, air The air supply ca n be adjusted to recirculation system 4 automatically requirements using the fan. switches itself off. Cooling switch z and knurled wheel forz Direct the side air vents onto the door fa n x above heater switches. wind ows.O peration with cooling (coolingcompressor) is not possib le at low outsidetem peratures.162
  • 165. Rear pa ssenger cooling z Fan sw itch in instrum ent panel Fan switc h in rear rooflinerThe rear passenger cooling c an only be Knurled wheels x above hea ting and K nurled wheel x in the roofliner a bove theswitched on if the air conditioning is also ventilation controls. second seat row.on: Pushbutton z above heater switches 0 Off; with rear passenger cooling 0 O ff; with rear passenger cooling(sw itc h-on control). switched on the fan autom atically runs switched on the fan automatically runsAir is drawn in and fed to the passenger at setting 1. at setting 1.compartment via a ir vents in the roofliner. R In this position, the fan speed ca n be 1-3 Higher fan sp eed.When the cooling is switched on for selected using the knurled w heel in With the knurled wheel above the heaterpassengers in the rear, the fan runs at low the rea r roofliner. switches in position R or with the c ooling forspeed but can b e switched to a faster 2-3 Higher fan speed. rear passengers switched off, the fanspeed if required. speed ca n be a djusted using the knurled With the knurled wheel in position R or withRear passeng er cooling will only operate if wheel in the rear roofliner. the cooling for rear pa ssengers switchedthe engine is running. off, the fan speed can b e ad justed using the knurled wheel in the rea r roofliner. 163
  • 166. Air vents in the roofliner ab ove the second He ated rear window, Heated front seats 3row of seats heated ex terior mirrors 3 Two regulating wheels ß above the heaterUnheated a ir flows into the interior through Pushbutton Ü beneath the heater controls. controls.the v ents, and will b e cooled if the c oolingsystem for rear passengers is sw itched on. On = Press Ü Turn relevant wheel to set required heating Off = Press Ü a gain level.O pen and close the vents by turning them. Control indica tor in p ushbutton. C ontrol indicator nex t to the regula tingThe a irflow ca n be directed as desired by wheel.tilting and swivelling the fins. Heating operationa l only with engine running. To switch off, turn knurled wheel ß to % .To increase the air supply, set the fan to ahigher speed. The heater is autom atically switched off Heating with ignition switched on. after 15 minutes.164
  • 167. Important If the windscreen mists up during d amp Mainte nanceThe rear air conditioning and cooling weather, switc h air conditioning on and In order to ensure consistently goodsystems only operate with the engine adjust as describ ed in " Demisting the operation, the air cond itioning and c oolingrunning. wind ow s" – see page 161. for rea r passeng ers must be switched on once per m onth regardless of the weatherCondensation forms when the rear air Window misting can lead to accidents and the time of year. O peration withconditioning or c ooling system is switched due to lack of proper vision. cooling (cooling compressor) is noton, and is expelled from the und erside of possible at low outside temperatures.the v ehicle. Switching on additional cooling for passengers in rear of v ehicle If the air conditioning or the rear coolingWhen the air cond itioning or rea r cooling - see page 163. system is faulty, consult a workshop. Wesystem is sw itched on, at least one air vent recommend a Vauxhall Authorisedmust be open so that the eva pora tor does If no cooling or drying is required , switch Repairer.not ice up due to la ck of air mov ement. the rea r air cond itioning or cooling sy stem off to save fuel. The pollen filter must be replac ed a t the interva ls specified in the Serv ice Booklet. 165
  • 168. Electronicair conditioningsystemEle ctronic air conditioning system 3 Temperature changes d ue to external When set to automa tic mode, theThe system provides m aximum com fort in influences, such as direct sunlight, are electronic air c onditioning system prov idesany w eather, at any outside temperature autom atic ally compensated. the op tim um settings under almost alland during any season. conditions. If necessary , the system can be When the c ooling unit (cooling comp ressor) influenced manually.To ensure a constant and com fortable is on, the air is cooled and dehumidified.climate in the v ehicle, the tempera ture of The electronic air conditioning system isthe inflowing air, the air-flow rate a nd the only fully operational when the engine isair distrib ution are cha nged automatically running.according to clim atic conditions outside Rear passenger cooling 3 sw itc h onthe v ehicle. add itionally if required – see page 172. C ooling (cooling compressor) automatically switches off at low outside temperatures.166
  • 169. Pre-selected temperat ures If a temp erature b elow 16 °C is set, LO The preselected temperature can be set to app ears in the display : The electronic air values between 16 °C and 28 °C using the conditioning sy stem constantly runs with left-hand rota ry knob. ma ximum cooling. The temp erature is not regula ted. For the sak e of comfort, only cha nge the pre selected temp erature in small step s. If a temp erature a bove 28 °C is set, HI app ears in the display : The electronic air conditioning sy stem constantly runs with ma ximum hea ting. The tem perature is not regula ted. The preset temperature is retained when the ignition is switched off.Autom atic m odeBasic setting for max imum comfort:z Press AUTO button.z Open all air vents.z Preset tem perature to 22 °C with rotary knob .If nec essary , the pre-selected tem peraturecan be set higher or low er.O perating without cooling (ECO ap pears indisplay) m ay affec t comfort and propervision – see page 169. 167
  • 170. The airflow can be directed a s d esired b y Manual settings tilting a nd swiv elling the fins. Under certain circumstances (e.g. iced-up Ad ditional air outlets a re loca ted in front of or misted-up w indows), the functions of the the windscreen, in front of the door electronic air conditioning system can be wind ow s a nd in the front and rear influenced manually. footwells. Manual settings are stored when the ignition is switched off. Mak e m anual settings as follows when nec essary :Air ventsAll air vents, w ith the exc eption of the rea rair vents, are a utoma tica lly actuated inautomatic mode. The air vents shouldtherefore alwa ys be open; m ove regulatingwheels up wards.The a ir vents are loc ated to the left a ndright of the instrument panel, above theradio. Those for the rear pa ssengers arelocated in the centre console between thefront seats.168
  • 171. Demisting a nd defrosting t he w indows Hea ted rear wi nd ow, O peration w ithout cooling heat ed exterior m irrors 3 Press EC O button. ECO appears on the Failure to com ply with the descriptions Press button Ü. Ü a ppears on the display. display. can lead to misting of the windows and therefore a ccidents caused b y poor The rea r window and exterior mirrors will S witc h on to save fuel. In this mode cooling visibility. quic kly be cleared of ic e and condensation. (the c ooling comp ressor) is sw itc hed off. Heating operationa l only with engine Inflowing air is neither c ooled norPress button V . V app ears on the running. dehum idified. This restricts the lev el ofdisplay. comfort provided by the electronic air The heating is switched off automaticallyThe temperature, air d istribution and fan conditioning sy stem. This may cause the after approx . 15 minutes. To sw itch it offare set automa tic ally, windows are quickly windows to mist up, for example. before that tim e: Press button Ü again.demisted and de-iced To return to operation w ith c ooling: pressTo return to automatic m od e: ECO button. ECO goes out.Press button V or AUTO. 169
  • 172. Air d istributi on Airflow Air rec irculati on systemPress one or more of the following b uttons. Turn the rig ht-hand rotary knob clockwise The air recirculation sy stem prevents theThe corresponding symbol appears on the or anticlockwise. The airflow is increased or entry of outside air and the air in thedisplay: reduced as appropriate. The selected fan passenger compartment is circulated. speed is display ed by a bar indicator.s: Air distrib ution to windscreen Press button 4. % appears on the and front sid e windows. To switch off the fan: Turn the right-hand display. rotary knob clockwise as far as it will go.M: Air distrib ution to vehicle occupants The exc hange of fresh air is reduced in air The fan a nd the electronic air conditioning via adjustable air vents. circulation mode. The q uality of the sy stem are sw itched off. The display passenger compartment air deteriora tesK: Air distrib ution to front and readout disappears. which ma y cause the vehicle occupants to rea r foot a rea. To switch on the fa n: Turn right-hand feel drowsy. In operation without coolingTo return to automatic m od e: rotary knob clockwise. the air hum idity increases, so the windowsPress the app ropriate buttons ag ain, or ma y mist up. C onsequently, the air To return to a utoma tic mode: Press A UTOpress AUTO . circulation sy stem should only be run for button. short p eriods of time. To switch off air recirculation: Press button 4 again.170
  • 173. Air conditioning with the engine not Switching off the electronic air Heated front seats 3running conditioning system Two regulating wheels ß abov e theWhen the vehicle is stopped and the Turn the rig ht-hand rotary knob clockwise electronic air conditioning system .ignition off, the heat or cooling p ower still as fa r as it will go. The disp lay readout Turn relevant wheel to set required heatingin the system can be used to cond ition the disap pears. level.passenger com partment, for exam ple The air distribution setting remains at thewhen stopped at a level crossing. C ontrol indicator nex t to the regula ting position last selected. wheel.Press AUTO w ith the ignition off. The To switch on the electronic a ir conditioningpreselected tem perature appea rs on the To switch off, turn knurled wheel ß to % . sy stem: Press the AUTO button or turn thedisplay. The temperature can be adjusted Heating only with ignition switched on. rig ht-hand rotary knob clockwise.with the left-ha nd rotary knob.The a ir cond itioning will operate for alimited period of tim e.To deactivate air conditioning, press theAUTO button. 171
  • 174. Additional cooling Ad ditional k nurled wheel for fan x in rear Rear p assenger cooling zfor pas senge rs in rear 3 roofliner. The rear cooling system can only beSwitch on rear passenger cooling if switched on if the electronic airreq uired (additional to electronic air conditioning is switched on (ECO buttonconditioning system ): The air in the rear is not pressed). Pushbutton z abovecooled and dried . electronic air conditioning controls (switch- on monitoring).The a ir supply can be adjusted toreq uirements using the fan. Air is drawn in and fed to the passeng er compa rtm ent via air vents in the roofliner.Cooling switch z and k nurled wheel forfan x above electronic air conditioning When the cooling is switched on forcontrols. passengers in the rear, the fan runs at low speed but ca n be switched to a faster speed if required. Rear passenger cooling will only operate if the engine is running.172
  • 175. Fan switch i n inst rument panel Fan sw itch in rear roofl iner Air vents in the roofliner a bove t he secondKnurled wheels x a bove electronic air Knurled wheel x in the roofliner above the row of seat sconditioning system controls. second seat row. Unheated air flows into the interior through the vents, and w ill be cooled if the cooling0 O ff; with rear passenger cooling 0 Off; with rear passenger cooling system for rear passengers is switched on. switched on the fan autom atically switched on the fan automatically runs at setting 1. runs at setting 1. O pen a nd close the v ents by turning them.R In this position, the fa n speed can be 1-3 Higher fan speed. The airflow can be directed as desired by selected using the k nurled wheel in tilting and swivelling the fins. With the knurled wheel abov e the heater the rear roofliner. switches in position R or with the cooling for To increase the air supply, set the fan to a2-3 Higher fa n speed . rear pa ssengers switched off, the fan higher speed. speed can be adjusted using the knurledWith the knurled wheel in position R or with wheel in the rea r roofliner.the c ooling for rear passengers sw itc hedoff, the fan speed can be adjusted usingthe k nurled wheel in the rear roofliner. 173
  • 176. Polle n filter General information The pollen filter cleans the air entering from If the windsc reen m ists up during dam p outside and filters dust, soot, pollen and weather, set a utoma tic air cond itioning as spores from the interior air if the air desc ribed in " Window d emisting and recirculation sy stem is active. deicing" – see page 169. The filter must be replac ed in a ccordance The electronic air conditioning system with the intervals spec ified in the Servic e functions most efficiently when the Book let. windows and sun roof 3 are closed. If the passenger compartment ha s heated up consid erably after a long period in direct sunlight, briefly open the windows and sun roof 3 so that the heated air can quickly esca pe. For trouble-free operation of the electronic air conditioning sy stem, d o not c ov er overAir intake the sensor between the air vents in front ofThe air intakes in front of the wind screen on the wind screen.the far left and right-hand sides of the When the cooling (cooling compressor) isengine compartment must be k ept free of active, c ondensate will form and will belea ves, d irt and snow. released from the underside of the vehicle.Air outletDo not cover over the air outlets whenstoring items in the luggage compartmentstorag e comp artments.174
  • 177. Mainte nanceIn order to ensure continuously efficientperformance of the electronic airconditioning system it must be switched ononce a month for a few minutes,irrespec tiv e of the wea ther and time ofyear, with the cooling (cooling c om pressor)opera tional.If a fa ult occ urs in the electronic airconditioning system , consult a workshop.We recommend a Vauxhall AuthorisedRepairer. The system’s integrated self-diagnostic s a llows faults to be quic klyrem edied. 175
  • 178. Automatic After sta rting the engine, press brake pedal before selecting a gear. After a geartransmission ha s been selected and the brake p edal has been released, the vehicle "creeps". Never op erate accelerator and brak e at sam e tim e. Disregard of these instructions may lead to injuries or endanger life. Once D has been selected, the economy driving p rogra mme is operative. Position D is g enerally ideal for d riv ing. If the accelerator peda l is depressed gently and ev enly the transmission w ill shift into the fuel-saving gears at an early stage. The gear need be cha nged m anually only in Selector lever in P , R and N exc eptional cases. S elect 3, 2 and 1 only P Park position. Front wheels locked. Only when automatic shifting up is to b e with v ehicle stationary and handbrake on. avoided or if additional use is to be made R Reverse. To be enga ged only with v ehicle of the engine braking effect. stationary. Select D ag ain as soon as driving N Neutral. conditions perm it. The selector lever can only be moved from the P position with the ignition switched on and the foot brake operated (selector lev er lock). The engine can only b e started with lever in position P or N . When position N is selected, press foot brake or enga ge handbrak e before starting. Do not accelerate during the selection procedure.176
  • 179. Gears D, 3, 2, 1 z Tra nsmission automatically selectsD Driv e position for normal d riv ing neutral (N) to red uce fuel consumption, conditions in first to fourth g ear. e.g . when stopped at traffic light.3 Driv e position for d riv ing cond itions in Automatic neutral selection is activated first, second a nd third gear. if: – selector lever in D, 3, 2 or 12 Driv e position for first and second gear, and e.g. on winding mounta in road s; the – park ing brake is op erated transmission d oes not shift into third and and fourth gea r. – vehicle is stopped1 Position for m aximum b ra king effect, and e.g. when d riv ing down sev ere gradients; – acc elerator pedal is not opera ted. the transm ission d oes not shift beyond As soon as the brake is released and the first gear. accelerator ped al is depressed, theAfter the engine ha s been started and D vehicle sta rts off in the usual mannerselected, the economy d riv ing prog ra mme Electronically controlled driving z By m eans of delay ed shifting (higheris always operative. programmes engine sp eeds) following a cold start, the z Sp orty programme: operating temperature programme Transm ission shifts at high engine quickly and autom atically brings the speeds; tap b utton S (1 lights up) catalytic converter to the temp erature z Economy programme: required for op tim um polluta nt Transm ission shifts at lower engine reduction speeds; tap b utton S again z Adaptive programmes autom atically z Winter programm e: adapt gear shifting to suit the d riv ing Press button T – see nex t page cond itions, suc h as if the vehic le is tow ing a carav an / trailer, has a high payload, or is being driv en on inclines 177
  • 180. Engine braking assistance from motor In order to utilize the engine braking effect when d riv ing downhill, select gear 3, 2 or if nec essary , 1 in good time. The braking action is most effective in gear 1. If gear 1 is selec ted at too high a speed, the transmission remains in second gear until the shift p oint for first gear is reached, e.g . as a result of deceleration.Winter programm e 3 KickdownIn the event of starting-off diffic ulties on When the accelerator pedal is depressedslip pery roa ds, press button T (can be bey ond its resistance p oint below certainopera ted in P, R, N, D and 3 – c ontrol speeds, the transmission shifts down into aindicator T lights up). The v ehicle starts off low er gear. Full use is made of the enginein third gear. power for acceleration.The w inter programme is sw itc hed off by:z Pressing button T againz Shifting to 2 or 1 manuallyz Turning off the ignition.In order to prev ent dama ge, the winterprogramme switches off automatically athigh transmission oil temperatures.178
  • 181. Stopping the ve hicle The selector lever can be left in the chosen gear with the engine running. When stopping on gradients, engage handbrake or depress brake ped al. To prevent overheating of the tra nsmission, do not increa se engine revolutions to ensure smooth idling while standing if a gear has been selected. S witc h off engine if stopping for a leng thy period , e.g. in traffic jams or at level crossings. Before lea ving the v ehicle, apply handbrake then pla ce selector lev er in position P and remov e ignition key ."Rocking the car" Manoe uvring the vehicleIf it becomes necessary to rock the vehic le To manoeuvre the vehicle b ack and forth If the ignition k ey is not removed , theto free it from sand, m ud, snow or a hole, during attempts to park or in garage battery may be discharged if the vehicle ismove the selector lever from D to R in a entrances, the vehicles c reep ing then left to sta nd for a lengthy p eriod ofrep eat pa ttern while simultaneously movem ent can be utilized by releasing the time.apply ing light pressure to the ac celera tor brake peda l. The ignition key can only be rem ov ed whenpedal. Do not race the engine a nd avoid the selector lever is in position P. Nev er ac tuate accelerator and b rakesud den acc eleration. pedals simultaneously .This a pplies only to the exc eptionalcircumstanc es mentioned above. 179
  • 182. The transm ission no longer shifts autom atic ally. Driv ing can be continued. Second gear is not a vailable. Engag e first, third or fourth gear m anua lly using selector lev er: 1 = 1st gear 2 = 3 rd gear 3 = 4 th gear D = 4th gear N = Neutral position R = Reverse gear P = Pa rk position Have the ca use of the fault rem edied. We recommend that you consult a Va ux ha ll Authorised Repairer. The system’sFault integrated self-diag nostics a llows faults to Interruption of powe r s upplyControl indicator A illuminates when the be q uick ly remedied. If the vehicle battery is flat, the selectorignition is switched on. If it does not go off lever c annot be mov ed out of position P.after starting or comes on whilst driving, If the battery is fla t, sta rt the vehicle usingthere is a fault in the automatic jump leads – see pa ge 212.transm ission or the engine electronics. If the battery is not the cause of the fault, release selector lev er: 1. Engage handbrake. 2. Diseng age cover from c entre c onsole below handbrak e. 3. Diseng age selector lever trim from centre console and fold upwards.180
  • 183. Re-selecting P locks the selector lever again. Hav e c ause of power supply interruption remedied. We recom mend that you consult a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer.4. Push catch forward with a screwdriver and move selec tor lever out of P.5. Mount selector lever trim on centre console a nd refit.6. Refit cover on centre console below handb ra ke. 181
  • 184. Driving hints Never coast with engine not running Many units w ill not function in this situation Diesel engine: On rising gradients of 10 % or more, do not drive faster than 20 mph (e.g. brake servo unit, electro-hydraulic (30 km/h) in 1st gear or 30 mph (50 km /h) in power steering). Driving in this ma nner is a 2nd gear; with automatic transmission 3, do danger to y ourself a nd others. not exceed 25 mph (40 km/h) in position 1. Brake servo unit Driving with a roof load If the engine is not running, the effect of the Do not exceed the perm issible roof load – brake servo stops after the brake ped al has see pages 204, 267. For reasons of safety, been dep ressed once or tw ic e. This does distribute the loa d ev enly a nd secure it not reduce the braking effect, but properly with reta ining straps so that it significantly more brake pedal pressure is cannot slip . Set the ty re p ressure to the required to operate the brak e. va lue sp ecified for a full load. Do not drive faster than 75 m ph (120 km/h). C heck and Power ste ering retig hten the straps frequently. If the power-assisted steering fails whenThe first 600 miles / 1000 km being towed with the engine switched off, Switching off the e ngineDrive your vehicle at v arious speeds. Do the vehicle can still be steered but When you switch off the engine, fans in thenot use full throttle. Never allow the eng ine considera bly more forc e is req uired. eng ine compartm ent may continueto labour at low revs. running for a time to cool the engine.Make good use of all gea rs. Depress the Driving in mountainous te rrain or If the engine temperature is very high, e.g.accelerator pedal a maximum of around with a caravan / trailer after driving in mountainous terrain: allowthree quarters of the ava ila ble ped al travel The cooling fan is electrically operated. Its the engine to id le for approx im ately twoin all gears. cooling p ow er is therefore independent of minutes in order to prevent heat the engine speed. acc um ulation.Do not drive faster than three quarters ofmax imum speed. Since a considerable amount of heat is Vehicles with engine Z 20 LET 1 ): genera ted at high engine speeds and less After running at high eng ine speeds or highDo not brake unnecessarily hard for the at slower speeds, do not shift d ow n when eng ine loads, op erate the engine briefly atfirst 125 miles (200 km ). climbing hills whilst the v ehicle is still coping a low load or run in neutral for approx. with the gradient in the higher g ear. 30 seconds before switching off in order to protec t the turbocharger. 1) Sales des ig nation – see p ag e 263.182
  • 185. Save energy – more miles Engine s pe ed Clutch operationPlease observe the running-in hints on the Driv e in a low engine speed range for each Alway s d epress the c lutch pedal hard toprevious pag e and the tips for energ y gear a s m uc h as possible. the floor to p revent shifting difficulties andsaving on the following pages. transmission damage.Good, technica lly correct and economical Warming up When driving do not use the pedal as adriving ensures ma ximum durability and Allow the engine to warm up while driving. footrest; this will cause sub stantial clutchperformance for your vehic le. Do not warm it up by letting it run at idling wear. speed. Do not apply full throttle until theOverrun 3 engine has reached op erating P edals temperature.The fuel supply is autom atically shut off Do not place any ob jects in the footwellduring overrun, e.g. when the vehicle is Following a cold start, the automatic which could slip under the ped als andbeing driven down long gradients or when tra nsmission does not shift into the hig her inhibit the pedal trav el.braking. To enable the overrun cut-off to gears until a fairly high eng ine speed has To ensure the pedal travel is uninhibited,take effect, do not acc elerate during been reached. This ensures that the there must be no mats in the area of theoverrun and, if in manual transm ission catalytic converter quickly attains the pedals.mode, do not declutch. To prevent temperature required for optimumdam age to the cata ly tic converter, overrun pollutant reduction. Battery carecut-off is temp orarily deactivated when the When driving slowly or when the v ehicle iscataly tic conv erter temperature is high. Correct gear sele ction stationary , e.g. in slow urban traffic, stop-Vehi cles w ith engine Z 20 LET 1 ): Do not ra ce the engine whilst in neutral or and-go traffic or traffic jams, turn off allFlow -g enerated noises may be aud ible if with a low gea r selected. Driving too fast in unnecessary electrical load s w herethe a ccelerator is released quickly on indiv idua l gea rs as well as stop-a nd -g o possible (e. g. heated rear window, heatedaccount of airflow in the turbocharger. tra ffic increases engine wear a nd fuel seats). consumption. Declutch w hen sta rting, in ord er to relieve Change down! the strain on the starter and the ba ttery. When decreasing speed, shift down into the nex t lowest gear. Do not slip the clutch with a high-revving engine. This is especially important when hill climb ing.1) Sa les desig nation – see pa ge 26 3. 183
  • 186. Save fuel, New painting techniques employ wa ter as a solv ent. Warming up z Full throttle and w arming up at idleprotect the End-of-life ve hicle recovery speed increase w ear, fuel consumption, ex haust em ission, the am ount ofenvironment Information on end-of-life vehicle recovery centres and the recy cling of end-of-life pollutant in the exhaust and the am ount of noise vehicles is availab le at ww w.vauxhall.co. uk z Driv e off imm ediately after starting. Wa rm up the engine b y running it at Drive in an e nergy and moderate eng ine speeds environme nt-conscious way z High fuel consumption, noise lev els and Uniform speed exhaust emission are often caused b y a z Hectic driving significantly increases fuel driving style that is not energy and consumption, the quantity of emission env ironment-c onscious and the p roportion of polluta nt in the z Y ou should therefore drive with energy in ex haust mind – "more miles with less fuel " z Do not accelerate a nd brake Reduce the noise level and exhaust unnecessarily . Drive at uniform speedTrend-setting technology emissions b y adopting an environment- Avoid frequent starting off and stoppingWhen dev eloping and manufac turing your consc ious driving style. This is ex tremely e.g . at traffic lights, in short distancevehic le, Vauxhall used environment- worthwhile and im proves quality of life. tra ffic and in queues of traffic by m eansfriendly and primarily rec yclable m aterials. Fuel consumption depends to a great of clever planning . Select road s w ithThe p roduction method s used to make extent on your own personal driving style. good traffic flowyour vehicle are likewise env ironmentally The follow ing hints are intended to helpcompatible. you consume fuel at a rate that is as close IdlingRecycling of production wastes keeps the as possible to the specified lev els – see z The eng ine also consumes fuel whencirculation of material closed. Reduction of page 265. idlingenergy a nd water requirements a lso help s Check your vehic le’s fuel consum ption z If you have to wait for more than oneto conserve natural resources. every time you refuel. This facilita tes early minute, it is worthwhile switching off theThe a dvanced design ma kes it easier to detection of a ny irregularities causing engine. Fiv e m inutes of idlingdismantle the vehicle at the end of its increased fuel consumption. corresponds to ap prox imately 0.6 milesservice life a nd separate materials for (1 k ilom etre) of d riv ingrecy cling.Materia ls such as asbestos and cadmiumare not used . The refrigerant in the airconditioning system 3 is C FC -free.184
  • 187. Overrun z Slightly relea sing the accelerator ped al Repair and maintenancez The fuel supply is automatically shut off results in distinct fuel savings with no z Improper repairs or adjustm ent and during ov errun, e. g. when the vehicle is major loss of speed. maintenance work can increase fuel being driven down long gradients or Drive at no more tha n around three consumption. Do not carry out w ork on when braking – see page 183. quarters of max imum speed and you will the eng ine yourself.z To enable the overrun cut-off to take use up to 50 % less fuel, without losing a You ma y infring e environmental la ws out effect a nd sav e fuel, during overrun do great deal of time. of ignorance by not d isposing of not ac celera te and do not declutch. materials properly. Tyre inflation pres sure Appropriate parts m ight not be rec ycled .Corre ct gear selection z Inadequate ty re p ressure, leading toz High revs increase engine w ear and fuel higher road resistance, costs m oney in Contact with some of the materia ls consumption. two wa ys; more fuel and increa sed tyre inv olv ed may p ose a hea lth haz ard. wear.z Do not race your engine. Avoid d riv ing at z We recom mend that repair and high engine speeds. z Regular checks (every 14 d ays) pay off. maintenance be entrusted to a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer. Driv ing with an ey e on the tachom eter Electrical loads saves fuel. I f possib le, drive a t low rev s in Extre me driving conditions z The power consum ption of electrical each gear and a t a consta nt speed. equip ment increa ses fuel consumption. z Driv ing up steep gradients, cornering, Driv e in top g ear as m uch a s p ossible, driving on poor roads and winter driving shift up as soon as possib le and do not z Sw itch off additional consumers (e.g. air all increase fuel consumption. shift down until the engine is no longer conditioning 3, hea ted rear window) running truly . when they are no longer required. Fuel consumption increa ses dramatically in urba n tra ffic a nd at winterHigh speed Roof racks, ski-holders temperatures, especially on short trip sz The faster the speed, the higher the z Roof loads can increase fuel when the engine operating tempera ture consumption and the noise level. Driving consump tion by approx. is not reached. at full throttle uses up a g reat deal of fuel 3.5 g al./1000 miles (1l/100 km) due to a ir z Follow the hints given above to keep and generates ex cessive noise a nd hig h resistanc e. consumption to a m inimum under suc h emission levels. z Remove them if they are not being used. cond itions. 185
  • 188. Fuel consumption, Fuel for petrol e ngines Commercially av ailable high-quality fuels Fuel for diesel engines Diesel engines m ust be operated only onfuel, refuelling are suitable (ca talytic converter – see page 188, octane numb ers – see comm ercially av ailable diesel fuel meeting the specifications of DIN EN 590. Do not page 263). Fuel quality has a decisive use m arine diesel oils, heating oils or influence on the power output, running entirely or partially plant-based diesel behaviour and serv ice life of the engine. fuels, such as rape seed oil or bio diesel, The additives contained in the fuel play an Aquazole and similar diesel-water important role in this regard. You should emulsions. therefore only use high-q uality fuels The flow and filterability of diesel fuel a re containing add itiv es. temperature-dependent. Fuel with too low an octane number can Diesel fuels with improv ed low-tempera ture cause pinking. Vauxhall cannot be held properties are therefore a vailable on the lia ble for resulting dama ge. ma rk et during the winter months. Make Petrol with a higher octane number can sure that y ou fill the tank with winter fuel always be used. before the start of the cold weather season. Pump noz zles for lead ed fuel cannot beFuel cons umption inserted into the filler neck of v ehicles that Use of diesel fuels with m anufacturer-Fuel consump tion is calculated under set op erate on unleaded fuel. guaranteed winter properties, as well asdriving conditions, the outside temperature-sensitive hea tedsee pages 265, 266 The ignition is automatically adapted diesel fuel filter, eliminates the need for depending on the typ e of fuel that is putSpecial equipment increases the weight of add itiv es. into the tank (octane number) – seethe v ehicle. As a result, they can increase page 263.fuel consump tion and reduce the specifiedspeed. Use of petrol w ith a n oc ta ne rating of 95 will ensure economica l driving.There is increased friction betw een engineand transmission parts during the first600 miles / 1000 kilometres. This inc reasesfuel consum ption.186
  • 189. Refuelling C orrect filling depends to a large extent on proper operation of the fuel disp ensing Care must be taken when handling fuel. pump: Before refuelling , switch off engine a nd 1. Fully insert the pump nozz le and switch it any ex ternal hea ters with combustion on. cha mbers before refuelling. Switch mobile phones off. 2. After the automatic cut-off, the nominal capacity of the tank ca n be obtained by Petrol is flam mable and explosiv e. top ping up with two doses of fuel. Make Please therefore av oid na ked fla mes sure the nozzle is fully inserted. and sp arks when handling fuel, even when you are in the v icinity of fuel. To close the filler cap, refit it and rotate it aga inst resista nce until the filler cap Do not smoke! ratchet audibly click s. This also applies in plac es where petrol C lose fuel tank cov er. can only b e detected by its characteristic smell. If y ou can sm ell petrol in the Wipe off a ny ov erflowing fuel immediately . Fuel filler neck at right rear side of vehicle. vehicle, have the ca use remedied im med ia tely. We recommend tha t you The fuel tank cover is unlocked together consult a Vauxhall Authorised R epairer. with the doors. Open the tank flap . To op en, unscrew fuel tank cover, rem ov e and suspend on tank flap. The fuel tank has a limiting sy stem which prevents ov erfilling of the tank. 187
  • 190. Catalytic converter, Dama ge to the catalytic conv erter or the vehicle m ay result if the following pointsexhaust gases are not observed : z Consult a work shop, such as a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer, as quickly as possible in the event of misfiring, irregular engine running following a cold start, a significant loss of engine power or other unusual malfunctions which may indica te a fa ult in the ignition sy stem. If necessary, d riv ing may be continued for a short time at a low speed and with a low engine speed. Irregular engine running a nd a loss of engine power when the Traction Control Catalytic converter for petrol sy stem 3 or the Electronic Stability engines 3 Program me 3 come into action are Leaded fuel will da mage the cata ly tic determined b y the op erating conditions conv erter and parts of the electronic and are therefore of no significance sy stem, thereby rendering them – see pages 192, 193. inoperative. z If unb urnt fuel enters the c atalytic Use of high-qua lity fuels other than those conv erter, this may result in overheating specified on p age 263 (e. g. LRP 1) ) could and irrepairable damag e to the catalytic damage the catalytic converter. conv erter. On vehicles with a c atalytic converter, the You should therefore av oid frequent fuel ta nk filler nec k is of a narrow design so cold-starts, unnecessarily long use of the that a dispensing pump for leaded fuel starter when setting off, running the tank cannot b e inserted . dry (an irreg ular fuel supp ly lea ds to overhea ting) and starting the engine by pushing or towing. 1) LRP = L ead Rep la cem ent Petro l.188
  • 191. z If the emission control indicator Z Catalytic converter for dies el flashes, slow down until the flashing engines 3 stops and the c ontrol indicator is lit with Damage to the ca talytic converter or the a steady glow. C ontact a workshop vehicle may result if the follow ing points im med ia tely. We recomm end a Vauxhall are not observed: Authorised Repairer. Emission control indica tor Z – see page 190. z C onsult a workshop, such a s a Va ux ha ll Authorised Repairer, as quickly as possible in the event of irregular engine running, a significant loss of engine power or other unusual malfunctions. I f necessary , driving may be continued for a short time at a low speed and with a low engine speed. Irregular engine running and a loss of eng ine power when the Traction C ontrol system 3 or the Electronic S ta bility Controlling exhaust emission Programme 3 com e into action are Throug h design-rela ted measures – mainly determined by the opera ting conditions in the area of the fuel-injection and ignition and a re therefore of no sig nificance systems – the proportion of nox ious – see p ages 192, 193. ma terials in the exhaust, such as carbon monoxide (CO ), hydrocarbons (HC) a nd nitrogen oxides (NO x), is reduced to a minimum. 189
  • 192. Flashing with the engine running indicates a fault that may damage the catalytic conv erter. You can continue to drive without causing damage by slowing down until the fla shing stop s and the control indica tor is stead y. C onsult a workshop immed iately. We recommend tha t you consult a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer.Cont rol indica tor Z for exhaust C ont rol indic ator A for eng ineLights up when ignition is switched on a nd electronicsrem ains illuminated during starting. Goes Lights up for a few second s when ignition isout shortly a fter engine starts. switched on.An illumina ting indica tor with the engine If the light comes on when the eng ine isrunning is an indication of a fault in the running, there is a fault in the engine oremission control system. The permitted transmission electronics. The electronicsemission values may be exceeded. Contact switch to limp-home mode, fuela w orkshop imm ediately. We recomm end consum ption m ay increase and thethat you consult a Va ux ha ll Authorised driveability of the vehicle may be affected .Repairer. In some cases, the fa ult c an be remedied by switching the engine off and on aga in. If the c ontrol indicator lights again when the eng ine is running, consult a workshop to have the cause of the fault rem edied. We recommend a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer.190
  • 193. If it lights up briefly and then goes out Exhaust gas es – avoid inhaling! Mainte nanceagain this is of no significance. Hav e a ll maintenance work carried out at Engine exhaust gases contain poisonousIf it flashes w hen the ignition is on there is a the intervals sp ecified by Vauxhall. We carbon monoxide, which has no colourfault in the imm obiliser sy stem recommend that you entrust this work to a or odour and can b e fatal if inhaled.– see pa ge 59. Vauxhall Authorised Repairer, who has If exhaust fumes penetrate the vehicle proper equipm ent and trained personnel interior, open the windows and consult a av ailable. Electronic testing systems permit workshop immediately . We recommend rapid diagnosis and remedy of faults. This that you consult a Va ux hall Authorised way you can b e certain that all Repairer. components of the vehicle’s electrica l, injection and ignition systems operate When the v ehicle is driven for the first tim e, correc tly , that your vehicle has a low level wax a nd oil on the exhaust system may of pollutant emission and that the catalytic evap orate, producing smoke-like converter system will ha ve a long service emissions. Allow wax and oil to evaporate life. while the vehicle is in op en air. Av oid Y ou are thereby making an im portant inhaling. contribution towards keeping the air clean and c om plying with emissions legisla tion. The inspection w ork inc ludes testing and adjusting the fuel injection system and the ignition sy stem. For this reason, ha ve all service work carried out at the intervals spec ified in the S ervice Booklet. 191
  • 194. Drive control systems The TC is ready for operation as soon as the ignition is switched on and the control indica tor v goes out. When TC is operating, v flashes. The vehicle is now in a critica l situation; the TC allow s you to keep control of the v ehicle and rem inds y ou to m atch your speed to the road conditions. Do not let this special safety fea ture tempt you into ta king risks when d riv ing. Traffic safety c an only be achieved by adopting a responsible driving style. Control i nd icator vTraction Control System (TC) 3 Lights up for a few seconds when ignition is Lit during driving:The TC (Traction Control system ) 3 switched on. The system is now ready for Fault in TC system. Vehicle can continue to op eration. be driven. Driv ing stability m ay be worse ifprevents the driving w heels from spinning,irrespec tiv e of the roa d condition a nd tyre driving style is not adapted, depending on Flashing during driving: acc eleration and ty pe of road surfacegrip. This shows the sy stem has come into because of drive wheel spinning.The system monitors the rotational speed action. The engine output ma y be reduced (the sound of the engine changes) and the Hav e the cause of the fa ult remedied. Weof all wheels. As soon as at least onedriving wheel starts to spin, the eng ine vehicle may be braked automatically to a recommend that you consult a Vauxhall sma ll degree. Authorised Repa irer. The sy stem’soutput is reduced (the sound of the enginechanges) a nd the spinning wheel is braked. integrated self-diagnostics allows faults to be quickly remedied .This im proves the vehicles directionalcontrol and driving power, particularly onsnow and ice as well a s on wet or slipperyroads.192
  • 195. Ele ctronic Stability Lit during driving:Program me (ESP ) 3 Fault in ES P sy stem. Vehicle can continueThe ESP (Electronic Stability Program me) to b e driven. Howev er, driving stability mayimproves driving sta bility when necessary, worsen depending on ty pe of road surface.independently of the type of road surfa ce Hav e the cause of the fa ult remedied. Weand the tyre grip in a ny driving situation. It recommend that you consult a Vauxhallalso includes the Traction Control system Authorised Repa irer. The sy stem’s(TC) function. integrated self-diagnostics allows faults toThe system monitors vehicle m ovements. be quickly remedied .As soon as the vehicle tends to swerv e, theengine power is reduced (engine noisechanges) and individ ual wheels arespecifically braked. This considera blyimproves the driving stability of the vehicle,particularly on snow and ice and on wet orslip pery roa d surfaces. Do not let this special safety fea tureThe ESP is rea dy for operation a s soon as tempt you into ta king risks when d riv ing.the ig nition is switched on and the controlindicator v goes out. Traffic safety c an only be achieved by adopting a responsible driving style.When the ESP comes into action, v flashes.The vehic le is now in a critical situation; the Control i nd icator vES P allows you to keep control of the Lights up for a few seconds when ignition isvehic le and reminds you to match your switched on. The system is now ready forspeed to the road conditions. op eration. Flashing during driving: This shows the sy stem has come into action. The engine output ma y be reduced (the sound of the engine changes) and the vehicle may be braked automatically to a sma ll degree. 193
  • 196. Cruis e control 3 ReduceThe cruise control mak es it possible to store With cruise control a ctiv e, hold downand m aintain a ny sp eed from approx. button R or tap it repeatedly: The speed is20 mph (30 k m/h) to almost max imum reduc ed c ontinuously or in steps.speed. The current speed is stored and sa ved afterFor safety reasons, the c ruise c ontrol the R button ha s b een relea sed.cannot be activated until the foot brake To deact ivat e:has been activated once. Tap button O : The cruise control isThe c ruise c ontrol is operated with the switched off. The vehicle slowlybuttons I , R and O on the turn signal stalk. decelerates. To continue driving, dep ress the accelerator ped al in the usua l way.Do not use the c ruise control if it is notadv isable to maintain a c onstant sp eed For reasons of safety , cruise control is(e. g. in situations presenting a danger to switched off in certain driving conditions,yourself and other road users, in heavy e.g.:traffic or on winding , slippery or greasy To activ ate: z The vehicles sp eed drop s below ap prox .roads). Ta p button I: The current speed is stored 20 mp h (30 km/h) orWith autom atic transmission, it is a dvisa ble and maintained. The acc elera tor p edal z The brake pedal is depressed orto sw itc h on the cruise control only w hen D can be released.is engaged. z The clutch pedal is dep ressed or The vehic le speed ca n be increased byWhen the cruise control is active, reaction depressing the a ccelerator peda l. When z The selector lever of vehicles withtimes may be increased due to the different the accelerator pedal is released, the autom atic transmission is set to N.position of the feet. previously stored speed is resumed. Resuming t he stored speed Increase Tap button R at a speed a bove 20 mph Disreg ard of these instructions may lead (30 km/h): The speed selected before the With cruise control active, hold down to injuries or end ang er life. cruise control w as switched off is resumed. button I or tap it repeatedly: The speed is increased c ontinuously or in steps of The stored speed is erased when the 1.2 m ph (2 km/h) without using the ignition is switched off. accelerator ped al. The current speed is stored and saved a fter the I button has been released.194
  • 197. Parking distance se nsors 3 Towi ng eq uipment, c arav an / trailerThe parking distance sensors mak e reverse tow ingparking easier by measuring the distance If towing eq uipm ent is fitted to the vehicle,between the rear of the vehicle a nd an the sy stem must be set to the a ppropriateobstacle through ultrasonic reflection a nd vehicle length. We recommend that youwarning you with an a coustic signal in the contact a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer.passenger com partment. Fitti ng rear load racks 3The system record s the distance using four Rear load rack s, e. g. bicy cle ra cks, fittedsensors in the rear bumper. nea r the sensors could disrupt the system .When the ig nition is sw itched on, the Faultparking distance sensors are autom atically If a sy stem fault occurs, a continuousenab led w hen reverse gear is selected or acoustic signal is sounded at a dista nce ofthe selector lev er is moved to R in vehicles one metre from the obstacle. Hav e thewith a utoma tic transm ission. Readiness for cause of the fault remedied . Weopera tion is indicated by brief acoustic recommend that you consult a Vauxhallalarm. The system registers the distanc e by m eans Authorised Repa irer. The sy stem’s of four sensors on the rear bump er. To integrated self-diagnostics allows faults toIf the vehicle slowly gets close to an ensure that the sensors function correctly be quickly remedied .obstacle w hile rev ersing, an intermittent and that the information provided isacoustic signal is audible in the passenger In order to avoid operationa l problems or correct, they must be undam aged and freecompartment when the vehicle tail is less erroneous information, the sensors m ust be of dirt, snow and ice.than one m etre from the obstacle. The undamag ed a nd free of soiling, snow andinterval between the signals becomes ice. Under certain circumstances, v ariousshorter as the distance is reduced. If the reflective surfaces on objects or clothingdistance is less than 30 c m, a continuous as well as ex ternal noise sources maysigna l is aud ible. cause the system to fail to d etec t obstacles. For this reason, care must be taken w hen reversing even if the parking distance sensors a re opera tional. This is of particular importance when in the vicinity of p edestrians. 195
  • 198. Brakes Brake system The efectiveness of the brakes is an important fa ctor for traffic safety . To improve effectiveness, do not brake unnec essarily ha rd for the first 125 miles (200 km) after new brak e p ads ha ve been fitted. Brake pad wear must not ex ceed a specified lim it. Reg ular maintenance as detailed in the S ervice Booklet is therefore of the utmost im porta nce for traffic sa fety. Have worn brake pads replaced. We recommend that you consult a Va ux ha ll Authorised Repairer, who will fit pads that ha ve b een tested a nd approved by Foot bra ke Vauxhall and guarantee optimum braking The foot brak e comprises two independent power. brak e circuits. Brake pads which have worn down to If one brake c ircuit fails, the vehicle can still minim um thickness will squeal. Driv ing may be braked using the other b ra ke circ uit. If be c ontinued. Have the b rake pads this occurs, how ever, the brake peda l m ust replaced as soon a s p ossible. We be depressed farther a nd considerable recommend a Vauxhall Authorised force must be used before braking effec t is Repairer. felt. Braking distance increases. Seek the help of a workshop before continuing to drive. We recomm end a Vauxhall Authorised Repa irer. To ensure the full peda l travel can be utilized, especially in case of a fault in one of the b ra ke circuits, there m ust be no ma ts in the area of the ped als – see page 183.196
  • 199. With the engine stopp ed the servoassistance is discontinued after the brakepedal has been depressed once or twice.The brak ing action will not be reduced butincreased foot pressure will be necessary.Take ex tra care when the vehicle is beingtowed .Check the brake lights b efore starting outon a journey. On v ehicles with checkcontrol 3 the brake lights are check edautomatically – see page 48.Just before sta rting a ny journey, checkeffectiveness of brake system at slowspeed and w ithout obstructing m ov ingtraffic, particularly if b ra kes are wet, e. g.after driv ing through a car wash. Handbra ke Brak e system control indicat or R Alw ays apply handb ra ke firmly . On slopes C ontrol indicator lights up when ignition isThe b ra ke fluid level should be check ed apply the handb ra ke as firmly as possible. switched on if handbrake is applied and/orreg ularly . If the brake fluid level is too low fluid lev el for brak e system or clutc hand the hand brake is not ap plied, control The mechanical handbrake a ffects the rear hydraulics is too low.indicator R on the instrum ent panel lights wheel brakes. They automatically engag eup – see page 33. when the lever is pulled. Brake fluid lev el – see page 250. To release the handbrake, lift lev er slightly, If it lights up when the ha ndb ra ke is not press knob and lower lever. applied : Stop the vehic le; interrupt y our journey immediately . C onsult a workshop. We rec om mend a Vaux hall Authorised Repairer. 197
  • 200. ABS u AB S control is m ade apparent through a pulse in the brak e pedal a nd the noise of To achieve optimum b ra king, keep theThe Anti-lock Brak e S ystem (ABS ) 3 the reg ulation process. brake ped al fully depressed throug houtcontinuously monitors the vehicle’s brake the braking proc ess, despite the factsystem a nd prevents the wheels from tha t the pedal is pulsa ting. Do notlocking regardless of roa d condition and reduce the pressure on the ped al.tyre grip. Do not let this special safety featureIt starts to regulate the braking p ressure as tempt y ou into taking risks when driving.soon as a w heel shows a tendency to lock.The v ehicle remains steera ble, even in the Tra ffic safety can only b e ac hieved byevent of very heavy braking, for instance adopting a responsible d riv ing sty le.on bends or when sw erving to av oid anobstacle. Even in the ca se of full-onbraking, the ABS makes it p ossible to driveround an obsta cle without releasing thebrakes.198
  • 201. Y ou can continue driving, provided y ou If there is a fault in the ABS , the rear drive with care and anticipation. wheels may tend to lock in the event of Hav e the cause of the fa ult remedied. We unusually heavy braking. This may cause the vehicle to swerve. The benefits recommend that you consult a Vauxhall Authorised Repa irer. The sy stem’s of the ABS are lost. integrated self-diagnostics allows faults to be quickly remedied .Cont rol indica tor u for ABSWhen the ig nition is sw itched on, thecontrol indica tor lig hts up for a fewseconds. At the sam e time, the sy stemperforms a self-check which m ay beaudible. The system is ready for operationwhen the control indica tor g oes out.If the control indicator does not g o outafter a few seconds, or if it lights up duringdriving, there is a fault in the ABS. Thevehic les brake system remains operationalwithout AB S reg ulation. 199
  • 202. Wheels, tyres Tyre s See pag e 270 for suitable ty res and Fitti ng new tyr es Plea se fit ty res in pairs. Sets would be ev en restrictions. better. Replace tyres on a n axle with; z The same siz e, Factory-fitted tyres are matched to the z The same design, cha ssis and offer optimum d riv ing c om fort z The same make, and safety. z The same tread pattern Changing tyre / wheel type Fit directional tyres such that they roll in the Before c hanging to ty res or wheels of a direction of trav el. The rolling direction is different size, seek advice as regards indicated by a symbol (e.g. an arrow) on technical possibilities. We recommend that the sidewall. you consult a Vauxhall Authorised Tyres fitted opposing the rolling direction Repairer, who will be awa re of any necessary changes. (e.g. when a tyre is changed) should be refitted as soon as possible. This is the only When using different tyre sizes than those way to benefit fully from the d esign fitted in the w ork shop (including winter properties of the tyre. tyres), the electronic speedometer m ay need reprogramm ing in ord er to ensure We recommend that you hav e your ty res that the speed display is ac curate. chang ed b y a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer, who will b e familiar w ith the Use of unsuitab le tyres or wheels m ay requirem ents of the law a s regards lead to accidents and render the vehicle disposal of tyres and can thus help to un-roa dworthy . protect the environment and your health.200
  • 203. Tyre inflation pressure Incorrect infla tion pressures will imp air Tyre condition, wheel conditionCheck ty re pressures, including the spare safety, v ehicle handling, comfort and fuel Drive ov er edges slowly and at right angleswheel, at least ev ery 14 day s and prior to economy and will increase tyre wear. if possible. Driving ov er sharp ed ges canany long journey; the ty res should be If the pressure is too low, this can result in cause concealed damag e to ty res andcheck ed when cold. Dont forget to check considera ble ty re warm -up and internal wheels that only becom es noticeable later.the spare. damage, leading to trea d separation and Do not trap ty res when pa rk ing.Use the v alve cap key to make unscrewing even to tyre blowout at high sp eeds. C heck ty res regularly for d amage (foreignthe valve caps easier. The key is located on Hidden ty re d amage is not eliminated by bodies, punctures, cuts, cracks, bulges inthe inside of the tank flap. subsequently adjusting the inflation sidewa lls). C heck wheels for dam age. InTyre pressure, see page 270, and the pressure. the event of damag e or ab normal wear,adhesive foil beneath the fuel tank flap; consult a workshop. We recommend ahave a dhesiv e foil replaced after changing Incorrect ty re pressure may result in tyre Vauxhall Authorised Repairer.to different tyre size. blowout. Damage may lead to tyre blowout.Increa sed pressure resulting from tyrewarm-up must not be red uced, otherw isethe p ressure may drop below thepermissible minimum.After having checked the ty re p ressures,tighten the valve caps using the valve capkey. 201
  • 204. z Never fit used tyres the previous history and use of which you do not k now z So as not to impair b ra ke cooling, use only wheel covers ap prov ed for use on your vehicle Tyre d esigna tions Meaning s: e.g. 195/65 R 15 91 H 195 = Tyre width in mm 65 = Aspect ratio (ty re height to tyre width) in % R = Belt ty pe: Radial 15 = Rim diam eter in inches 91 = Load ind exTread dept h The leg ally permissible minimum trea d e. g.: 91 rep resents 618 kgCheck tread depth regularly. Should the depth (1.6 mm) has been reached when H = Speed cod efront tyres show greater wea r than the rear the tread has worn down as far as one of S peed code letters:tyres, have both front wheels ex cha ng ed the wear indicators (TWI1 )). A number ofwith the rear wheels so that the tyres w ith wear indicators are sp aced at eq ual Q Up to 100 mph (160 km /h)deeper tread are on the front ax le. intervals around the tyre within the trea d. S Up to 112 mph (180 km /h) Their position is indicated by m arkings on T Up to 118 mph (190 km /h)Tyres should be replaced for safety H Up to 130 mph (210 km /h)rea sons if tread dep th drops below 2-3 m m the tyre sid ewall. V Up to 150 mph (240 km /h)(4 mm for winter tyres). General i nformati on W Up to 168 mph (270 km /h) z The risk of aq ua planing is considerably greater with less trea d depth z Tyres age, even if they a re used only very little or not at all. A spare wheel which has not been used for 6 y ears should be used w ith ca re 1) TWI = T rea d W ear In dica to r.202
  • 205. Winter tyre s Wheel trims on steel wheels ma y come intoFor notes on fitting new tyres contact with parts of the cha ins. In such- see page 200. cases, remove the wheel covers – see pag e 220.See page 270 for restric tions. Tyre cha ins may only be used at sp eeds upWinter tyres (M+ S tyres) im prove safety to 30 mph (50 km/h) and, when trav ellingand should therefore be fitted on all on roads that are free of snow , they m ay bewheels. used for brief periods only since they areThe d esign of summ er tyres mea ns they subject to rap id wea r on a hard road a ndhave limited qualities for winter driving. ma y sna p.If the maxim um perm issible speed for thewinter ty res is less than that of the vehicle,a notice ind icating the ma ximumpermissible speed for the tyres must beaffixed within the drivers field of vision 1 ).When using spare wheel with summer Tyre chainstyres: Driv ing behav iour m ay differ. See pag e 270 for restrictions.Replace defective ty re as quick ly as Ty re chains are only p ermitted on the frontpossible, bala nce wheel and fit to v ehicle. wheels. Alw ays use fine mesh chains that add no more than 15 m m to the ty re tread and the inboard sides (including chain lock). We rec om mend that you consult a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer, w ho w ill be pleased to give advice.1) Va ries fro m country to country o n account of nationa l regula tions . 203
  • 206. Roof racks, Towing equipment 3 If the v ehicle is not equip ped with tow ingcaravan and trailer equipment, we recommend having it retro- fitted by a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer,towing who will provide information about possible trailer load increa ses. The Vauxhall Authorised Repairer has instructions on how to install the towing equipment a nd any modifications that are required to the vehicle that affect the cooling system or other equip ment. Mounting dimensions of caravan / trailer tow ing equipment - see page 275. Towing e quipme nt with detachable coupling ball bar 3 Disreg ard of these instructions may lead St orage of coupli ng ball bar to injuries or end ang er life. Vehicle The coupling b all bar is stored in a bag, passengers should be informed strapped into the left side of the storage according ly . compa rtm ent in the luggag e compartment floor beneath a cover with a rubber stra p.Roof racks 3 When inserting, ensure that the rotaryFor reasons of safety and to avoid handle of the coupling ball ba r is fac ingdam aging the roof, we rec om mend that upwards.you use the Va ux ha ll roof rack systemreleased for y our v ehicle. A Vaux hallAuthorised Repairer will be happy toprovide you more informa tion.Driving hints – see page 182.204
  • 207. To open the c om partment, lift carpet, turn Fit ting the coupl ing bal l bar Remove the sea ling plug from the hole formetal ring and pull – see page 216, Remove the cover for the bumper cutout: the coupling ball bar. Store both itemsFig. 14530 T. Push the two slider catches in towards the awa y in the lugg age com partment. middle of the vehicle and rem ov e the cover downwards. 205
  • 208. Checking the tensioning of the c oupling Otherwise, the coupling ball bar must be Inserting the coupling b all bar:ball b ar: tensioned before it is inserted into the Insert the tensioned coupling ball ba r into coupling housing: the coupling housing and push firmlyz Red m arking on rotary knob p oints upwards until the coupling ball bar towa rd s w hite marking on coupling ba ll z Unlock coupling ball bar (key to eng ages in position. bar position 1 – see Fig. 12416 T) The rotary knob sna ps back into its homez Gap of approx. 4 millimetres between z Pull rotary knob out and turn it forwa rd s position resting a gainst the coup ling ball rotary knob and coupling ball bar as far as it will g o – see illustration bar.z Key is in lock at p osition 1 Do not touch the rota ry knob when inserting the coupling ball bar – risk of injury.206
  • 209. Imp or tant Check that the coupling ball bar is correctly attached: z Green marking on rotary knob points towards white marking on coupling ball bar z No gap between rotary knob a nd coupling ball b ar z C oupling ba ll bar must be seated firm ly in coupling housing z C oupling ba ll bar must be locked and key m ust be rem oved Towing a c aravan / trailer is onlyLoc k coupling ball ba r (key to position 2 – permitted w ith a properly attached Pull rotary knob out and turn it forwards assee page 206, Fig. 12416 T). Remove key coupling b all bar. If the coup ling ball bar far as it will go. Remove coupling ball barand press protective flap into position. cannot be properly attached, consult a downwards out of coupling housing and workshop . We recommend that you store in stora ge c om partment in luggag eWhen the coupling b all bar is locked the consult a Vaux hall Authorised Repairer. compa rtm ent – see p age 204.rotary knob can no longer be pulled out. Eye for b reak-aw ay st opping c able Insert the sealing plug in the hole for the In the case of carav ans / trailers with b rake, coupling ball b ar. attach the break-away stop ping cable to Fitting the cover for the bumper cutout: the eye (a rrow in illustration). Push the two slider ca tc hes in tow ards the midd le of the vehicle, insert the c ov er and Di sm ounting the coupl ing bal l bar slide the catches ba ck outwards. Unlock coup ling ball bar (key to position 1 – see page 206, Fig. 12416 T). Do not use steam -jet cleaners or other high-pressure clea ners to clean the coupling ball b ar. 207
  • 210. Caravan and trailer loads1) The permitted c aravan / trailer load must The actual caravan / trailer loa d plus theThe p ermissible carav an / trailer loads are only be used by drivers with adequate actual g ross vehicle weight must notvehic le-dependent a nd engine-dependent exp erience driving large or hea vy trailers. exceed the max imum permitted towingmax imum values which must not be weight. For ex ample, if the perm itted gross The specified towing weight only applies toexceeded. The ac tual carava n / trailer load vehicle w eight is utilised , the c aravan / the specified incline and a ltitudes up tois the difference b etween the actual gross trailer loa d must only be used until the 1000 m etres ab ov e sea lev el. S inc e engineweight of the carav an / trailer and the ma ximum permitted tow ing weight is power degrades as elevation increasesactual coupling socket load with the reached. The max imum permitted tow ing because of the lower air density at greatercarava n / trailer coupled. When the weight is shown on the identification plate altitudes and climb ing cap ability thereforecarava n / trailer load is being checked, – see page 260. decreases, the towing w eight must betherefore, only the c aravan / tra iler wheels reduced by a further 10 % p er 1000 metresand not the jockey wheel, m ust b e standing of additional altitude. When d riv ing onon the weighing apparatus. road s w ith few inclines (less than 8 %, e. g.The p ermissible carav an / trailer loads for motorwa ys) the total towing weight doesyour vehicle are given in the v ehicle not hav e to be reduced.documents. Unless otherwise stated, theyare valid for grad ients up to max. 12 %.1) Ob serve na tion al reg ulations.208
  • 211. Coupling s ocket load When m easuring the coupling sock et load, Rear axle load during towingThe c oupling socket load is the load make sure that the draw bar of the loaded When the caravan / trailer is coupled andexerted by the carav an / tra iler on the caravan / trailer is at the same height as it the tow ing vehicle fully loaded (includingcoupling b all. It can be va ried by changing will be when the c aravan / trailer is coupled all occupa nts), the permissib le rear axlethe w eight distribution when loa ding the with the towing v ehicle loaded. Particularly load (see identification plate or vehiclecarava n / trailer. important for trailers / carav ans w ith documents) ma y be ex ceeded by 75 kg tand em axle. and the gross v ehicle w eight rating byThe ma ximum permissible coup ling socket 45 kg. If the permissible rear a xle loa d isload (75 kg) for the towing v ehicle is exceeded, a maxim um sp eed of 60 m phindicated on the towing equipment (100 km/h). applies. If na tional regula tionsidentification plate and in the v ehicle spec ify a lower maxim um sp eed fordocuments. Alway s aim for the m aximum vehicles towing a ca ra van / trailer, thisload, particularly in the ca se of heavy must be observed.carava ns / trailers. The coup ling socketload should never fall below 25 kg . 209
  • 212. Do not drive ab ov e 50 mph (80 km/h) when using caravans / tra ilers with poor driving stability, a nd the use of a friction-type roll dam per is urgently recomm ended . C heck c aravan / trailer lighting before starting to drive. The fog tail lig hts on the vehicle a re deactivated when towing a carav an or trailer. Do not drive faster than 50 m ph (80 km/h) if possible, even in countries where higher speeds are permitted. Mak e sure that y ou ha ve enoug h room when cornering and avoid sudden ma noeuv res.Tyre inflation pressure Driving characteristics , towing tips If the caravan / trailer starts to sway , driveIncrea se the ty re pressure of the towing In the case of carav ans / trailers with b rake, more slowly , do not attem pt to correct thevehic le in acc orda nce with the loa d, for attach break away stopping ca ble to eye. steering and brake sha rp ly if necessary .tyre pressures - see page 270. Also check Before a tta ching the carava n / trailer,the pressure of the carav an / trailer wheels lubricate the ball of the ca ra van / trailerand the spa re wheel. tow ing devic e. H ow ever, do not do so if a stabiliser, which acts on the coupling ba ll, is being used to damp rolling motions. Handling is greatly influenced by the loa ding of the carav an / trailer. Loads should therefore be secured so that they cannot slip and be p laced in the centre of the carav an / trailer if possible, i.e. abov e the axle.210
  • 213. The cooling fan is electrically operated. Its If it is necessary to a pply the brakes fully,cooling power is therefore independent of depress the brake ped al as hard asthe engine speed. possible.Since a considerable amount of heat is Remember that the bra king dista nce forgenerated at high engine sp eed s a nd less vehicles towing ca ravans / trailers with a ndat slower speeds, d o not shift down when without brak es is always greater than theclimbing hills whilst the vehicle is still coping braking distance for vehicles not towing awith the g ra dient in the higher gea r. caravan / trailer.Diesel engines: O n rising gradients of 10 %or more, do not drive faster than 20 mph(30 k m/h) in 1st g ear or 30 mph (50 km/h)in 2nd gea r; with automatic transm ission3, in position 1 do not ex ceed 25 mph(40 k m/h).When coupled to a carav an / trailer thevehic le requires more b ra king effort when Starting on inclinesdriving down long g ra dients, so select the Vehicles with m anual tra nsmission:same gear as you would driving uphill a nd The most fav ourable eng ine speed whendrive at roughly the sam e speed. With starting off on a n incline is between 2500automatic transmission engage gear 3, 2 and 3000 rpm for petrol eng ines andor even 1. between 2000 and 2200 rpm for dieselSelect D again as soon as driv ing eng ines. Hold engine rpm constant,conditions permit. eng age clutch g ra dually (let slip), release brak e and op en throttle. If possible, the eng ine speed should not drop during this procedure. O n vehicles with autom atic transmission it is sufficient to open the throttle fully. Before starting off under ex treme conditions (high combination weight, mountainous terrain w ith steep inclines), switch off all unnecessary electrical loads (e.g. heated rear window, air conditioning system, heated front seats). 211
  • 214. Self-help Diesel fuel system, ble eding Nev er let the tank run dry ! The diesel fuel sy stem is extremely difficult to bleed after running the ta nk dry because of the ex tremely high injection pressure. Consult a work shop. We recom mend a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer. R efuel as soon as possible if control indicator Y illuminates, and refuel immediately if control indicator flashes. Do not start with quick charger This prevents damag e to electronic components. Disreg ard of these instructions may lead Do not start by pushing or towing z Never expose the battery to naked Because y our vehicle is fitted with a fla mes or sparks to injuries or end ang er life. Vehicle passengers should be informed catalytic converter, it must not be started z Do not allow battery fluid to come into by pushing or tow ing. according ly . contac t with ey es, skin, fabrics or painted surfaces. The fluid contains Starting the e ngine with jump le ads 3 sulphuric acid w hich ca n cause injuries A v ehicle with a discha rg ed battery can be and dama ge in the ev ent of direc t started using jump leads and the battery of contac t another vehicle. z To lessen the risk of injury , wear eye This must be done with ex treme care. protection when working near any Any deviation from the following battery instructions could lead to persona l injury z Use auxiliary battery with sam e v olta ge or dam age resulting from b attery (12 volts). Its capacity (Ah) m ust not be explosion, a s w ell as to dam age to the considera bly less than that of the electrical systems in both vehicles. discharged ba ttery. Voltage and capacity information can be found on the batteries212
  • 215. z Do not d isconnect the disc ha rg ed z Do not connect lead s to negative battery from the vehicle terminal of discharged battery !z Switch off all unnecessary electrical z The connection point should be as far consumers away from the discharged battery as possiblez Do not lean over the battery during jump starting z Route the leads so tha t they cannot catch on rotating parts in the enginez Do not allow the terminals of one lead to compartment touch those of the other lead z The eng ine of the v ehicle prov iding thez Ap ply handbrake. Place gearshift lev er jum p sta rt can be allowed to run d uring in neutral (a utoma tic transmission 3 starting. Attempts to start the engine of to P). the vehicle with the disc ha rg ed b attery should be made at interv als of one minute and should not la st longer tha n 15 seconds. After starting, allow both Connect the leads in the order shown in the engines to idle for approx. 3 minutes w ith illustration: the leads still connected 1. C onnec t one end of the first jump lead to the positive term ina l 1 of the battery z In order to a void ex cess voltage in the providing the jum p start (identified b y electric al sy stem, b efore removing a "+ " sign on battery case or terminal). lead, sw itc h on a n electrica l load (e. g. light, heated rear w indow) in the vehicle 2. C onnec t the other end of this lead to the receiving the jump start positiv e terminal 2 of the discharged battery ("+" sig n). z Reverse abov e seq uence exac tly when removing leads 3. C onnec t the first end of the other jum p lead to the negative terminal 3 of the battery providing the sta rt (" –" sign). 4. C onnec t the other end of the second jump lead 4 to ground on the other vehicle, e.g. engine block or screw connection in the engine suspension. 213
  • 216. Towing the vehicle The tow ing eye is with the vehicle tools in a S crew in the towing ey e anticlock wise as farO pen cap covering front right towing ey e: bag in the storage compartment in the as it will go a nd use the wheel bolt wrenchDisengage cap at bottom and pull off floor of the lugg age compartment. To to tighten it until it is fully horiz ontal.downwards. op en the storage compa rtm ent, turn meta l Vehicle tools – see page 217. ring and pull. Attach a tow rop e 3 or better still Vehicle tools - see page 217. a tow rod 3, to the towing eye. S witc h on ig nition to release steering column lock a nd to perm it operation of brak e lights, horn and windscreen wiper. Place gearshift lev er in neutral or with automatic transmission, place selector lever in N.214
  • 217. Drive off slowly and avoid jerkymovements. I mpermissible tractive forcescould dam age the vehic les. More brak e pedal pressure is necessary when braking since the brake servo unit is only operative when the engine is running . Considerably m ore force is required for steering: Power-a ssisted steering is only available when the engine is running.To prevent the entry of exhaust fumes fromthe towing v ehicle, switc h on the aircirculation sy stem and close the windows.Vehicles with automatic transmission 3 Towing another vehicle S crew in towing eye by turningshould be towed facing forwa rd s only a nd Open c ap covering rear right towing eye in anticlockwise and turn a s far as it will gomust not be towed faster than 50 mph bumper: Disengage cap at bottom and using a wheel-nut spanner (in a vertica l(80 km/h) or further tha n 60 miles (100 k m). pull off d ow nwa rd s. position). Vehicle tools – see page 217.If the tra nsmission is defective, or if the The tow ing eye is with the vehicle tools in a Attach a tow rop e 3 or better stillabove speed or d istance is to be exceeded, bag in the storage compartment in the a tow rod 3, to the towing eye.the front axle must be raised off theground . lugg age compartment floor. To open the The rig id lashing eye at the rear storage compartment, lift carpet, turn underneath the vehic le must nev er be usedConsult a workshop. We recommend a metal ring and pull – see pag e 216, Fig. as a towing eye.Vauxhall Authorised Repairer, who will 14530 T.serve you best to get y our vehicle back on Drive off slowly and avoid jerkythe road. mov ements. Imperm issible trac tiv e forces could da mage the vehicles.Towing se rviceEntrust your vehicle only to the towingservice of your choice and obtain anestimate on tow ing costs before employingany towing serv ice. In this w ay y ou a voidunnecessary costs and possible insuranceproblem s during c la im processing . 215
  • 218. First-aid kit + 3 When ob jects are stored in the Warning triangle ¨3Store the first-aid kit or first-aid cushion in compartments in the side trim, m ake sure S trap the wa rning triangle in thethe c om partment on the left in the side the free movement of the seat belts and compa rtm ent on the right-hand sid e in thetrim. their automatic retrac tors is not impaired . luggage compartment floor using a rub ber strap.To open the cover rota te the fastenersthrough 90°; to close, fit the cover at the To open the compartment, lift the carpet atrea r and turn the fasteners all the way the rear. Rotate and lift the meta l ring.back again. To close it, insert the lugs on the front rim of the lid into the recesses and lock into place.216
  • 219. Jack £ and ve hicle toolsThe jack and the vehicle tools are in a bag,stra pped into the left of the storagecompartment in the floor of the luggag ecompartment with a rubber strap .To open the compartment, lift the carpet atthe rear. Rotate and lift the metal ring.To close it, insert the lug s on the front rim ofthe lid into the recesses a nd lock into place. 217
  • 220. Spare w hee l 3 z Unhook the ca tch and lower the spare z Lift the spa re wheel holder, insert theThe spare wheel is stored at the rear wheel safety cab leundernea th the vehicle floor. z Deta ch the safety cable z Lift the spa re wheel holder and engag ez Open tool storage compartment in in the catch. The open side of the ca tc h z Lower the hold er fully and ta ke out the lugga ge c om partment floor must p oint in the direction of travel spare wheel with its b ase 3 – see page 216, Fig. 14530 T z Wheel changing - see page 218z Fully release the hex agon bolt in the z Put replaced wheel in spare wheel holder storage compartment floor using the wheel bolt wrench as follow s (on base 3): Steel wheel with outer side upz Lift the spare wheel holder Alloy wheel 3 with outer side d ow n With size 225/45 R 17 tyres, place the protectiv e m at 3 from the vehicle tool kit, between the alloy wheel and the base.218
  • 221. General i nformati on The spare wheel ma y have a smaller tyre On vehicles with alloy w heels 3 the spare and a sm aller rim: Using the spare wheel wheel may ha ve a steel rim . ma y cause d ifferent driving behaviour. Replace d efectiv e tyre as soon as possible, If you use winter ty res 3, the spare wheel bala nce wheel and hav e it fitted to the may still be fitted with a summ er tyre. If you vehicle. use this spare w heel the vehicles handling may be a ltered. Ob tain a repla cement for the faulty tyre as soon a s p ossible, and ha ve the wheel balanced and fitted to the vehicle. When storing a size 225/45 R 17 tyre, the spare wheel holder must be attached by an additiona l hook from the vehicle tool kit, mark ed in y ellow in the illustration.z Turn the hexagon bolt in the storage com partment floor with the wheel bolt wrench to raise the spa re wheel holder all the way upz Insert the lugs on the front rim of the com partment lid into the recesses a nd lock into placez Lift the spare wheel holder, insert the safety cable 219
  • 222. Changing whe els z Block w heel that is dia gonally oppositeIn order to reduce the chance of possible to wheel being changed by p lacinginjuries, make the following preparations wedges or the like in front of and behindand note the procedure: the wheelz Park on a level, firm and non-slippery z Use the jack only to chang e wheels surface z If the ground on which the vehicle isz Switch on hazard wa rning lights and standing is soft, a solid board (max. 1 cm apply handbrak e. Plac e automatic thick) should b e pla ced under the jack . transmission selector lever in position P, Using a thicker b oard c ould dam age the or with m anual transm ission engag e first jack and the v ehicle gear or reverse z No people or animals may be in thez Correctly set up warning triangle 3. vehicle when it is jacked -up Warning triangle 3 – see pa ge 216 z Never crawl under a jacked-up vehic lez Removing spare wheel - see pag e 218 z Do not start or run the engine while the vehicle is on the jac k 1. Prise off the wheel cover 3 using thez Before lifting the vehicle, turn the front hook 3 included with the vehic le tools. wheels to the straight-ahead position Vehic le tools – see page 217.z Nev er change more than one wheel at once220
  • 223. Alloy wheels 3 : Prise off the hub cap Alloy wheels with anti-theft lock 3 : 2. Slacken wheel bolts using a wheel boltusing a screw driver, positioning the Release hub cap using key includ ed in socket wrench, putting socket wrench onscrewdriver at the recess at the side of vehicle tools and rem ove it. as fa r as it will go.the hub cap.Remove wheel bolt ca ps 3 from wheelbolts. 221
  • 224. 3. Depressions on the lower edge of the 4. Vehicles with jack shown in figure 8385 T: When turning the crank , ensure that the vehicle body indicate the points where Before attaching jack, set to req uired edge of the ja ck base is firmly on the the jack is to be attached to the height by hand. Fit jack arm a t front and ground, v ertically in line with the contact underbody. rea r in such a w ay that jack claw (arrow point. in figure) goes around the vertica l ridge If this is not the case when jacking up the and enga ges into the recess in the ridg e. vehicle, lower vehicle immediately and reposition the jack. Raise vehicle b y turning crank handle.222
  • 225. 5. Unscrew w heel bolts and store them 10. Align and refit w heel cov er 3 or wheel where the threads will not be soiled. bolt caps 3 . 6. C hange wheel. For notes on spare w heel Before refitting the wheel cov er, c lean and temporary spare wheel the w heel a round the retaining clips. - see pag e 218. Valve symb ol 3 on bac k of w heel cover must point tow ards valve on wheel. 7. Sc rew wheel bolts in and tighten slightly. Alloy wheels 3: Press on and engage 8. Lower v ehicle. hub cap, inserting p in on b ack of hub 9. Tighten wheel b olts in criss-cross cap into corresponding hole in w heel. sequenc e. Alloy wheels with anti-theft lock 3: Align hub cap. Insert and tighten anti-theft lock 3 . 11. Store away replaced wheel, tools and warning triangle 3 in lug gageVehicles with jack shown in figure 12548 T: compartment – see pag e 218.Ad just jack to required height by hand 12. Have the tightening torque of the wheelbefore p ositioning. Position arm of jack bolts on the new wheel checked on theat front and rear such that jack cla w vehicle and c orrected if necessary. Forsurrounds the vertica l ridge and engages tightening torque - see p age 270.in the recess in the ridge. 13. Replace changed, defective tyre with aThe base of the jack m ust be directly new one.below the jacking point with goodcontact to the floor. I f this is not the ca seduring jac king , carefully low er thevehicle and rep osition the jack.Attach crank to eye of thread ed rod andturn crank to ra ise vehicle. 223
  • 226. Tyre repair kit 3Minor damage to the tyre tread caused byforeign bodies, for exa mple, can berem edied using the tyre repa ir kit.Do not rem ov e foreign bodies from thetyres.Damag ed a reas bigger than 4 mm a nddam age to the walls of the tyres cannot berep aired using the ty re repair kit. Driv ing w ith ty re pressure that is too low can c ause inv isible damage to the tyres. This damag e cannot be remedied using the tyre repair kit. Park v ehicle and contact a workshop. We recommend a Vauxhall Authorised Rep airer. If you have a flat ty re: 1. Remov e ba g containing ty re repair kit z Sw itch on haz ard warning lights a nd from compartment. Carefully remov eFor important information - see page 227. apply handbrake. Place automatic parts from bag. transm ission selector lever in p osition P, 2. Remov e bag conta ining compressor and or with manual tra nsmission engage first remove compressor. gear or rev erse z C orrectly set up warning triangle 3. Warning tria ngle 3 – see page 216 The tyre repa ir kit is behind a cover in the lugg age compartment trim on the right side. To op en the cover, rotate the fasteners through 90°; to close, fit the cover at the rear and turn the fa steners all the wa y back a gain.224
  • 227. 3. Remove electric connecting ca ble a nd 4. Place sealant bottle with hose 7. Screw tyre inflation hose to valv e. air hose from storage compartm ents on connections fa cing downward. 8. Switch on compressor must be set to §. the underside of c om pressor. 5. Sc rew comp ressor air hose to sealant 9. Connect comp ressor plug to a ccessory bottle connection. socket. Accessory sockets 6. Unscrew d ust cap from defective tyre. - see page 81. 225
  • 228. 15. Remove ty re repair kit a nd store in luggage compartment. 16. Remove any excess sealant using a cloth. 17. Put warning tria ng le 3 in storage compartment within lugg age compartment – see pag e 216. 18. Affix enclosed sticker indicating max imum permitted speed in driv er’s field of v iew. 19. Continue driving im media tely so that sealant is ev enly d istributed in ty re. After driving a pprox. 5 m iles (but no more than 10 m inutes), stop and check10. Switch on ignition. I f the prescribed tyre pressure is not tyre pressure. S crew com pressor air reached within 10 minutes the ty re has hose directly onto ty re v alve when11. Move roc ker switch on compressor to I, too much d amage. Park v ehicle and doing this – see Fig . 13644 T and tyre is filled with seala nt. contact a Vaux ha ll Authorised (next page).12. The compressor p ressure gauge briefly Repairer. ind ica tes up to 6 ba r whilst the sealant Release ex cessiv e ty re pressure using bottle is emptying (approx. 30 second s). button above pressure ga uge. Then the pressure starts to drop .13. All of the sealant is pumped into the Do not operate com pressor for more than 10 minutes. tyre. Then the ty re is inflated. I mportant notes - see page 227.14. The prescribed tyre pressure (see p age 270) should be reached within 10 minutes. S witch compressor off when pressure is reac hed.226
  • 229. Imp or tant The sealant can only be stored for app rox imately 4 y ears, after which time its Do not drive faster than 50 m ph sealing capab ility is no longer guaranteed. (80 k m/h). Pay attention to storage inform ation on Do not use for a lengthy period. sealant b ottle. Steering and ha ndling m ay b e affected. The sealant bottle ca n only be used once. Replace used sealant bottle. The driving com fort of the repaired tyre is The compressor and the seala nt c an be severely affected, therefore ha ve this tyre used up to approximately -30°C. replaced. Dispose of used tyre rep air kits in If unusual noise is heard or the compressor acc orda nce with the applicable laws. becomes hot, turn c om pressor off for at least 30 m inutes. The built-in safety va lv e opens at a pressure of approx. 100 psi ( 7 bar). If the ty re pressure is ab ov e 19 psi (1.3 b ar), correct to presc rib ed v alue. Protect compressor from moisture and ra in. If the ty re pressure has dropped below 19 psi (1.3 bar), the vehicle must not be used. C ontact a workshop. We recomm end a Vauxhall Authorised Repa irer.20. Store tyre repair kit behind cover in side panelling at right side of luggage compartment. To close, insert cover at rear a nd turn rotary knob s until they latch. 227
  • 230. Ele ctrical system Fuses i n the v ehicle passeng er To replace a fuse, grip handle to compa rtment disengag e fusebox from underneath and Elec tronic ignition sy stems use a v ery The fusebox is located in the v ehicle swivel forwa rd s. high v oltag e. Do not touch the ignition passenger compa rtm ent nex t to the system ; danger to life. It is a good idea to carry a complete set of steering column under a cover. fuses, availab le from any Va ux ha ll Detach the cover. Authorised Repa irer.Fuses The numbering schem e for the fuses isA defective fuse can be recog nized b y its given on the back of the cover.melted w ire. A new fuse should only beinstalled after the cause of the trouble hasbeen rectified.There are two fuseb ox es in the vehicle:O ne in the interior next to the steeringcolumn, and one in the front left of theengine compartment, beneath a c ov er.228
  • 231. O nly fuses of the sp ecified rating should b e insta lled. The rating is given on a ll fuses. Fuse Fuse colour rating Grey 2A Light brown 5A Brown 7.5 A Red 10 A Light blue 15 A Y ellow 20 A Light green 30 A O range 40 AStore spa re fuses in the plac e provided in Before replacing a fuse, turn off thethe fusebox (marked in yellow in the respective switch and the ignition.illustration). Slot fuse-gripping tool onto fuse andTo help in replac ing fuses, there is a special withdra w it.fuse-gripping tool on the right-ha nd side inthe fusebox. 229
  • 232. Fuse C ircuit Rating 11 C entral locking system 20 A 12 Fog lights 15 A 13 I nterior mirror, 5A Anti-theft alarm sy stem, I nformation display, Telephone, Ra in sensor 14 Windscreen wiper 30 A 15 Electric w indows, 5A S un roof, S kylight roof, Anti-theft alarm sy stem exterior m irror,Some circuits m ay be protected by severa l Fuse Circ ui t Rat ing I nterior lig htingfuses. 5 – – 16 Fog tail light 10 AFuse Circ ui t Rat ing 6 Dipped bea m (right), 10 A 17 Electric w indows 30 A 1 – – Hea dlight rang e 18 Automatic 5A 2 Fans, air conditioning 30 A adjustment transmission, sy stem, 7 Parking light (right), 10 A Multi-timer Hea ted front seats Tail light (rig ht), 19 Ra dio, 10 A 3 Hea ted rear window 40 A Number plate light I nfotainment system 4 – – 8 Main beam (right) 10 A 20 Electric w indows 30 A 9 Hea dlight wash system 30 A 10 Horn 15 A230
  • 233. Fuse C ircuit Rating Fuse Circ ui t Rat ing Fuse C ircuit Rating 21 Ignition lock, 5A 29 Hazard warning lights, 10 A 38 Electronic air 10 A centra l loc king , Interior lighting, conditioning sy stem Anti-theft alarm system , Automa tic transm ission, 39 Automatic transmission, 5 A Rad io, xenon light Engine cooling, Infotainment system 30 Tilt / slide sun roof, 20 A Air conditioning sy stem 22 Haz ard warning 15 A Sky lig ht roof 40 Engine cooling, 5A flashers, 31 Rear wind ow wiper 20 A Air conditioning sy stem Information disp lay, Electronic air 32 Daytime driving lights, 10 A 41 H eated ex terior mirrors 10 A conditioning sy stem, Hea dlight switch-on 42 I nterior lig hting, 5A Infotainment system, monitor, S eat occ upa ncy C ontrol indicators Anti-theft a larm system, recognition, airb ag Immobiliser 23 ABS, ES P, TC, 10 A 43 Xenon light, right 15 A Power steering 33 Terminal 30: 20 A Constant c urrent for 44 Xenon light, left 15 A 24 Dipped beam (left), 10 A caravan / trailer 45 S eat heating 5A Headlight range adjustment 34 CD c hanger, 20 A 46 Engine controller 15 A Inform ation d isplay , 47 S tationary heater 20 A 25 Parking light (left), 10 A Radio, Tail light (left), 48 – – Infotainment sy stem N um ber pla te light 49 – – 35 Automa tic 10 A 26 Main b eam (left) 10 A transmission, 50 Engine cooling 40 A 27 Rear air conditioning 10 A Engine cooling, system, Air cond itioning system Reversing lights 36 Cigarette lighter 15 A 28 C ourtesy light 5A 37 Hea ted sea ts, 20 A Cruise control, Brake light 231
  • 234. Bulb re place ment Before replac ing a bulb, switch ignition off and switch relevant switch off. O nly hold new bulb at base! Do not touch the bulb glass with bare hands, otherwise fingerprints on the glass eva pora te. Residue builds up on the reflector, eventually resulting in a dull reflector. Inadv ertently stained bulbs may be cleaned with a clean non-fluffy cloth, using alcohol or white spirits. Replacement bulb m ust be in accordance with data on base of defective bulb. Do not exceed w attage given on bulb base.Fuses in the engine compa rtment The electrical system is a lso protec ted by Headlight aimingFuses for pre-heater sy stem and filter up to 8 main fuses in the main fusebox, We recommend that hea dlight aiming beheater (diesel engine) and other depending on equipment lev el. carried out by a Va ux hall Authorisedequipm ent-dependent relays a nd fuses are Repairer, who will have special equipment. Disenga ge c ov er of m ain fusebox andin the fuse a nd relay box in the left side of remove upwards.the engine com partment. If there is a fault in one of these fuses, major pa rts of the electrical sy stem will fail. Consult a work shop. We recom mend a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer.232
  • 235. Haloge n headlight system 3. Remove bulb mounting from reflector. 4. Detach bulb from bulb mounting.dipped and main beam 5. Insert new b ulb into b ulb mounting,Headlight sy stem with sep arate bulbs for without touching the glass.dipped b eam (outer bulbs) and main beam(inner bulbs). 6. Insert new b ulb so that the two lugs on the bulb m ounting enga ge in theDipp ed beam recesses in the reflector.1. Open bonnet and engage support. 7. Rotate bulb carrier to right as far a s it will2. Hold bulb housing at plug , rotate go. anticlockw ise and remove. 233
  • 236. Mai n bea m 3. Remove bulb mounting from reflector. 4. Raise lug and detach connector from1. Open bonnet and engage support. bulb mounting.2. Hold bulb housing at plug , rotate 5. Insert new b ulb mounting with b ulb, anticlockw ise and remove. without touching the glass. 6. Insert new b ulb so that the two lugs on the bulb m ounting enga ge in the recesses in the reflector. 7. Rotate bulb carrier to right as far as it will go.234
  • 237. 5. Insert light holder in reflector, rotate clockwise and engage in position.Haloge n headlight system, 3. Remove bulb from socket.parking lights 4. Insert new bulb, without touc hing the1. Open bonnet and engage support. glass.2. Rotate bulb holder to left and diseng age. 235
  • 238. 5. Insert holder in reflector, rotate clockwise and enga ge in position.Haloge n headlight system, 3. Press bulb into mounting slightly, turnfront turn signal anticlockwise a nd remove.1. Open bonnet and engage support. 4. Insert new bulb, without touc hing the2. Rotate bulb holder to left and glass. diseng age.236
  • 239. Xe non headlight system, Main beam 4. Detach plug connector from bulb base.dipped and main beam 1. O pen bonnet and engag e support. 5. Fit connector onto new bulb, withoutHeadlights w ith separate system s for touching the glass. 2. Remove headlight protectiv e c ov er.dipped beam 1 (outer bulbs) and ma inbeam 2 (inner bulbs). 6. Insert bulb with connector so that lug on 3. Push bulb on plug connector downwards bulb sock et engages in recess in and remove from reflector housing.Dipp ed beam reflector. The Xenon headlight dipp ed beam 7. Pla ce headlight protective cover in op erates at very hig h voltage. Do not position and close. touch the ignition system; danger to life. We recomm end that you ha ve the b ulbs cha nged by a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer. 237
  • 240. X enon headlight sys tem , front turn s ignal The turn signal light is integrated into the hea dlight sy stem and is fitted with a ma intena nce-free bulb. I f a bulb should nev ertheless fail, w e recommend that you have it rep la ced by a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer. Fog lights 3 We recommend that you have bulbs changed by a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer. Side turn signal lights 5. Remove bulb from socket. We recommend that you have bulbsXe non headlight system, changed by a Vauxhall Authorisedparking lights 6. Insert new bulb, without touc hing the Repairer.1. Open bonnet and engage support. glass.2. Remove m ain beam headlight protec tiv e 7. Insert holder in reflector, fit connector cov er. onto ma in bea m b ulb socket, place m ain3. To ga in easier access, unplug connector beam headlight protective cover in from main beam bulb socket. position and close.4. Remove park ing lig ht bulb hold er from reflector.238
  • 241. Brake light, tail light, turn signal, 3. Deta ch plug connector from bulb 6. Press retaining lugs on outer edges ofre vers ing light, mounting . bulb mounting tow ards each other a ndfog tail light remove bulb m ounting. 4. Grip the bulb mounting from the outside,1. Open covering in side of lug gage slacken the two knurled nuts using the Lights from top to bottom: com partment b y rotating fasteners and wheel bolt wrenc h and unscrew by hand. Brake light / tail lig ht remove. Turn signal 5. Deta ch bulb mounting.2. Ta ke out first-a id kit 3 and fold carpet Reversing lig ht cov ering aside. Rear fog lig ht 7. Remov e bulb from socket. 8. Insert new b ulb without touching glass, fit b ulb m ounting to bulb housing, insert bulb housing into body . Screw fastening nuts onto threaded pins by hand a nd tighten. Attach cable connector. Fold down carpet covering. Store first-aid box 3 . Replace cover a nd loc k. 239
  • 242. Number plate light Front interior light 3 Front courte sy light with1. Open lug gage compartment. Before rem oval, close the doors so that the reading lights 3 lig ht is not live. Before remova l, close the d oors so that the2. Unscrew both screws on undersid e of light is not live. ta ilg ate handle. Remove light insert. 1. Remove light by hand. 1. Lever lens out of housing.3. Press bulb slightly towards spring clip 2. Rotate bulb holder to left and and remov e. disengage.4. Insert new bulb, without touching the 3. Remove bulb from socket. glass. 4. Insert new bulb, without touc hing the5. Insert lig ht insert a nd secure using a glass. screwdriver. 5. Insert light holder, rota te clockwise and eng age in p osition. 6. Insert light in opening a nd engage in position.240
  • 243. Rear courtesy light / reading light 3 in vehicle s with curtain airbag system 3 We recommend that you have bulbs changed by a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer. Instrument illumination, Information display illumination 3 We recommend that you have bulbs changed by a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer.2. Remove bulb from socket. Glove compartment light,3. Insert new bulb, without touching the luggage compartment light glass. Before rem oval, close the doors or hold the contact switch pressed down so that the4. Mount lens and engage in position. lig ht is not live. 1. Prise light out of recess using a screwdriv er. 2. Press bulb slig htly towards spring c lip and remove. 3. Insert new bulb, without touc hing the glass. 4. Insert light in opening a nd engage in position. 241
  • 244. If you have a problem The majority of areas of concern can be quic kly resolved in this way. They w ill review all the facts involved. Then if it is felt some further action can be tak en, the Vauxhall Authorised Repairer will b e Should you wish to pursue the matter adv ised accordingly. In any case, y our further, the Principal of the Vauxhall contact will b e ac knowledged confirm ing Authorised Repairer should be made Vauxhall Motors’ position in the m atter. aware of your concern. It is ad visab le in cases such as this to write to him to confirm If y ou are not satisfied with the outcome, your problem and the solutions that have y ou ca n if you wish, seek advice from an been offered. independent third p arty suc h as: You can be assured the Authorised Autom obile Association (A. A. ) Repairer’s Principal w ill only be too anxious Fanum House, to fully inv estigate y our prob lems and BASI NGSTO KE, correct any errors m ade. After a ll, he has a Hants., R G21 2EA large investm ent in his business and is Royal Autom obile Cl ub (R.A.C .),In our ex perience the m ost comm on ca use proud of his reputation and R.A. C. M otoring S ervices Ltd.,of all comp la ints is the result of professionalism and fully realises that 89-91 Pall Mall,misundersta nding or la ck of satisfied c ustomers are his k ey to success. LON DON , SW1Y S 45communication between the customer and In the unlikely ev ent that you are still notthe Vauxhall Authorised Rep airer. The Customer Relations Dep artment, ha ppy with the answer your Vauxhall Soc iet y of Mot or Manufact ur ers andWe sincerely hope you will nev er have Authorised Repairer has given, or the Trad ers Ltd. (S.M. M.T.),cause to c om plain about your vehicle. action he prop oses to correct the problem, Forbes House, H alkin Street,However, if things do g o wrong, the b est you may conta ct the C ustomer Care LON DON , SW1X 7DScourse of action for you to take is to Department 1) w here a team of Custom ercontact your Vauxhall Authorised Care Consultants will spare no effort to C ustomer Complaints Service,Repairer’s Service Rec eption Staff and ensure your complete satisfa ction. Sc ottish Motor Tra de Associ ation,explain the d ifficulty y ou are having. We (S. M.T.A.), Va uxhall Motors Lt d.are confident they will do their utmost to 3 Palmerston Place, Customer Ca re,resolve the problem to y our comp lete EDINBURGH, EH 12 5AQ Griffin House,satisfaction. Osborne Road, The National Conciliation Serv ice,Sometimes, however, despite the b est of LUTO N, Retai l Motor I ndust ry Federation,intentions of all c oncerned, Beds., LU1 3YT 9 North Street,misundersta ndings can occur. If your Telep hone: 01582 427200 RUGBY , C V21 2ABproblem has not been resolv ed to your I f you hav e a problem w hilst ab road:satisfaction, please mak e an app ointment The Service Departm ents of Adam Op el AGto discuss the matter with the Manager of 1) Calls ma y be mo nito red and recorded fo r and General M otors branches every wherethe d epartment concerned. will provid e information and assistance. tra in in g p urp oses242
  • 245. O pel Austria Vertriebs GmbH ADAM OPEL AG General Motors Poland Sp. z o. o.Groß-Enzersdorfer S tr. 59 Bahnhofsp la tz 1 Domaniewsk a 411220 Vi enna – Austria 65423 Rüsselsheim – Germ any 06- 672 Wa rsa w – Pola ndTel. 01-2 88 77 444 or 01-2 88 77 0 Tel. 0 61 42-77 50 00 or 0 61 42-7 70 Tel. 0 22-606 17 00O pel Belgium N. V. Opel Hella s S .A. O pel PortugalPrins Boudewijnlaa n 30 56 K ifisias Avenue & Delfon Str. Q uinta da Fonte2550 Konti ch – Belgium Am arousion Ed. Fernão Ma galhã es, Piso 2Tel. 03-4 50 63 11 151 25 Athens – Greece Porto Salvo Tel. 1-6 80 65 01 2780 Oeira s – Por tugalO pel C & S spol. s. r. o. Tel. 01-4 40 75 00Na Pank ráci 26 Opel Southeast Europe Ltd .140 00 Pra gue 4 – Czech R epub lic Szabad sag utc a 117 O pel España de Autom óv iles S.A.Tel. 02-61 21-88 21 2040 Buda örs – Hungary Paseo de la Castellana, 91 Tel. 06-23 446 100 28046 Madrid – Sp ainGeneral Motors Da nm ark Tel. 900 20 25 20Jaegersborg Alle 4 Opel Irela nd Ltd.2920 Charlot tenl und – Denmark Opel House, Unit 60, Heather Road S aab O pel Sverig e ABTel. 39 97 85 00 Sandyford, Dubli n 18 – I rel and Esboga ta n 8 Tel. 01-216 10 00 164 74 Kista – Sw edenVauxhall Motors Ltd. Tel. 08-632 85 00Customer C are Opel Italia S .p.A.Griffin H ouse, Osborne Road Piaz zale dellIndustria 40 O pel Suisse S.A.Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 3YT – Eng land 00144 Rome – I taly S alzhausstra ße 21Tel. 0 15 82-42 72 00 Tel. 06-5 46 51 2501 Biel / Bienne – Swit zerland Tel. 0848 810 820 or 0 32-3 21 51 11O pel O y For Luxemb ourg – contactPajuniity ntie 5 Opel Service Department in O pel Türkiy e Ltd. S ti.00320 Helsink i – Finland Kontich – Belgium K emalp asa yolu üzeriTel. Helsinki 61 58 81 35861 Torb ali / Izmi r – Turkey Opel Nederland B.V. Tel. 02 32-8 53-14 53General Motors France Baanhoekweg 1881 – 9, avenue du Marais 3361 GN Sliedrecht – Nether lands In Al bania, Bosnia -Her zegovi na ,Angle Q uai de Bezons Tel. 0 78-6 42 21 00 Bulga ria, Yugoslav ia, C roatia,95101 Ar gent euil Cedex – Franc e Ma ced onia, Rom ania and Slovenia General Motors Norge ASTel. 1-34 26 30 00 please contact the Opel Kjeller-Vest 6 S ervice Depa rtm ent in Budaörs –Hungary 2027 Kjeller – N or way Tel 00 36-23-446 100 Tel. 23 50 01 04 243
  • 246. Maintenance, In the case of v ehicles driven infrequently with frequent cold sta rts or predomina ntlyInspection system in urba n traffic a nd stop-and-go traffic, an add itional engine oil and engine oil filter change is advisable. Further information on service and the inspection system ca n be found in the S ervice Booklet, which is in the glove compa rtm ent. Hav e maintena nce work, as well as repairs to the b odywork and units, ca rried out by a professional. We recommend a Vauxhall Authorised Repa irer, who is conversant with Vaux hall vehicles and in possession of the special tools required and the latest In order to guarantee econom ical and safe S ervice I nstructions from Vauxhall. In ord er vehicle operation and to m ainta in the to av oid inv alidation of any warranty value of y our v ehicle, it is of vital claim, it is especially important to entrust importanc e that all maintenance work is work to a Vaux hall Authorised Repairer carried out at the proper intervals as during the warranty period. For further specified b y Vauxhall. inform ation, see the Service Booklet. The next serv ice is indicated by the serv ice Sepa rate anti-c orrosion serv ice interval display depending on time or Hav e this service p erform ed b y a Vauxhall mileage interva ls, whic hever is reached Authorised Repa irer once a year, either as first. part of a Service or sep arately - see S ervice The service interval display takes no Booklet. To avoid inva lid ation of a ny warranty claim aga inst rust-throug h, we account of off-the-road periods during whic h the battery is disconnected. recommend that you consult a Vauxhall Authorised Repa irer. The maintenance intervals specified in the Serv ic e Book let ha ve priority a nd should be ob served. Serv ic e interv al display – see page 38.244
  • 247. Checking and topping up fluids To aid identification, the engine oil filler cap , the c oolant expansion ta nk cap, the lid of the fluid container for the wind screen wash system a nd headlight wa sh system and the handle of the oil dipstic k are coloured y ellow. Engine oil The engine oils mentioned on page 261 are particularly suitable for the engine. These hig h-quality oils are suitab le for summer and winter operation. C om mercially av ailable oils with the proper grade and v iscosity c la ss m ay be used. PayA note on safety Nev er ca rry out any repairs or a djustment strict attention to the information onTo avoid injury from c ables conducting and maintenance work on the vehicle pag e 261.ignition volta ge, only carry out engine yourself. This especially applies to the engine, cha ssis a nd safety parts. Y ou m ay In the case of b ra nd oils the m anufacturerscompartment check s (e.g. checking the out of ignorance infringe the provisions of are responsible for ensuring that the oilsbrake fluid lev el or engine oil level) when the law a nd , by not performing the w ork they supp ly are suitable for Va ux ha llthe ig nition is switched off. prop erly, you may endanger yourself and vehicles. The cooling fan is controlled by a other road users. thermo-switch a nd can therefore start unexpectedly even if the ignition is switched off. Risk of injury. Elec tronic ignition sy stems use a v ery high v oltag e. Do not touch the ignition system ; danger to life. 245
  • 248. Eng ine oi l level and consum ption Engine oil l ev el chec k, To check the level, remove the oil gaugeAll engines c onsume oil for technica l topping up engine oil (dipstick), wipe it clean and reinsert it as farrea sons. The engine oil consump tion ca n The illustrations show chec king and as it will g o. Top up if the oil level hasonly be assessed after d riv ing a long top ping up the oil levels of eng ines Z 16 XE, dropped to just above the "a dd oil" m arkdistance, and may be above the specified Z 18 XE and Y 20 DTH. 1 ) MI N.value during the initial stage (run-in The oil lev el m ust be check ed with the The oil level must not go above the upperperiod). Frequent driving a t hig h revs vehicle on a level surface and with the ma rk MAX on the dipstick. Ex cess oil mustcauses oil consumption to increa se. engine (which m ust be at operating be dra ined or extracted by suction. If the oilFor this rea son the engine oil level should temperature) switched off. Wait at least level does go above the mark MAX there isbe check ed every 600 m iles (1, 000 km) or fiv e m inutes before checking the level to a risk of damage to the engine or ca ta ly ticbefore sta rting a long trip. allow the normal oil ac cum ulation in the converter. engine to d rain back into the oil pan.This a lso app lies to vehicles with check The amount filled must be between thecontrol 3, in which the oil level is monitored MI N and MA X m arks – see page 273.automatically – see page 48. If themessage "Eng ine Oil Level" appears in the Im porta nt : I t is the owner’s responsibilitydisplay, check the oil lev el using the to maintain the proper level of andipstick and top up as necessary. appropriate quality oil in the engine. . 1) Sales d esigna tion – s ee p a ge 263.246
  • 249. Top up using oil brand that was used a t The oil consumption will not stabilize until O il chang e, oi l filter cha ng elast oil cha ng e. Ob serve notes and oil tab le the vehicle has been driven several Perform change in a ccordance with serv ic eon page 261. thousand miles. Only then can the ac tual interva l ind icator. ra te of consum ption b e estab lished .Ca pacities – see p age 273. We recommend that you use g enuine Vauxhall oil filters. Used oil filters and empty oil containers should not be disp osed of as domestic refuse. We recomm end that y ou entrust oil and oil filter changes to a Va ux ha ll Authorised Repa irer, who is familiar with legal requirem ents reg arding disposa l of used oil and can thus help to p rotect both the env ironment and your hea lth. 247
  • 250. Diese l fue l filter CoolantCheck fuel filter for a ny w ater residue when During operation the system is pressurized.each engine oil cha ng e tak es place. We The temp erature ma y therefore rise brieflyrecom mend that y ou consult a Vauxhall to ov er 100 °C.Authorised Repairer. The glycol-ba sed coolant providesHav e filter checked at shorter intervals in exc ellent corrosion protection for thethe c ase of ex treme opera ting conditions heating and cooling systems as well assuc h a s high humidity (prima rily in coastal anti-freeze protection down to – 28 °C . Itareas), extremely high or low outside remains in the cooling system throughouttem peratures and substantially varying the year and need not b e changed.day tim e a nd nig ht-time tem peratures. Certain a ntifreezes ca n lead to engine damage. Make sure that y ou are inform ed! We therefore recom mend the use of antifreezes that hav e b een approved by Vauxhall. Anti -freeze a nd corrosion prot ect ion Anti-freeze is a da nger to health; it must Before the sta rt of the cold weather season, therefore be kept in the original have the coolant checked for correct container and out of the reach of concentration using a calibrated children. hydrometer. We recom mend that you consult a Vaux ha ll Authorised Repairer. The anti-freeze content must guarantee frost protection down to approxima tely – 28 °C. An insufficient concentration will reduc e frost and corrosion protection. Add anti-freeze if necessary. If c oolant loss is topped up with wa ter, have concentration checked and a dd anti- freeze if necessary.248
  • 251. If no antifreeze is available, fill with clean C ool ant temp era ture drink ing water or d istilled water. For physical reasons, the engine temperature gauge shows the coolant After topping up w ith tap or distilled water, temperature only if the coolant level is ha ve the anti-freez e concentration adequate. checked, a nd anti-freeze added if necessary. H ave the cause of the coolant During operation the sy stem is pressurized. loss remedied. We recommend that you The tem perature may therefore rise to ov er consult a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer. 100 ° C. When closing, tighten coola nt filler cap as If the temp erature g auge enters the red fa r as it will go. zone, check the coolant level immediately. z Coolant level too low: Top up coolant, chec k coolant level. Have the cause of coola nt loss remedied. We recom mend that you consult a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer.Coola nt levelHardly any losses occur since the cooling z Coolant level O K:system is sealed and it is thus rarely Have the cause of the inc reased coolantnecessary to top up the c oolant. temperature remed ied. We rec om mend tha t you consult a Vauxhall AuthorisedThe c oolant level in the expansion tank Repairer.should b e slightly above the KALT / CO LDmark when the sy stem is cold. It rises a tengine operating temperature and dropsagain when the engine cools down. If thelev el falls below the m ark, the coola ntshould b e filled with antifreeze to a littleover the ma rk . Allow engine to cool d ow n before removing coola nt filler ca p. Remove filler cap carefully so that p ressure can escape slowly, otherwise there is a risk of scalding. 249
  • 252. Use of som e b ra ke fluids could cause Windscreen wiper damage or impa ir braking effectiveness. C lear v ision is essential for safe driving. Stay well informed. We recommend that Y ou should therefore perform regular you only use Vauxhall-approved high performance brake fluid. checks on the windscreen wiper a nd hea dlight wiper system 3 to m ake sure Extreme cleanliness is im porta nt, since they are operating correc tly . brake fluid contam ination can lead to If the windsc reen is dirty, operate the brake sy stem malfunctions. screenwash b efore switching on the After correcting the brake fluid level, have windscreen wiper or setting the wiper to the cause of brake fluid loss remedied . We automatic op eration with the rain sensor 3. recommend that you consult a Va ux ha ll This will avoid wip er blad e wear. Authorised Repairer. Do not switch on the windscreen wiper or Brake fluid change set to a utoma tic operation with the rain Brake fluid is hygroscopic, i. e. it absorbs sensor 3 if the windscreen is iced up , a s this water. If high temp eratures occur when could da mage the wiper blades or theBrake fluid braking, e.g. on long d ow nhill stretches, wiper system.Brak e fluid level steam bubbles c an oc cur in the water that If the wiper bec om es frozen on to the glass, Caution – brake fluid is poisonous and are extrem ely detrimental to braking power. we recomm end that it be released with the corrosive. Do not allow it to contact eyes, aid of Vauxhall De-icer S pray. skin, fab ric s or p ainted surfaces. Direct The fluid change intervals specified in the contact ma y cause injuries and damage. Serv ic e Booklet must therefore be ob served.The fluid level in the container must beneither higher than the MAX ma rk nor We recommend that you have brak elower than the MIN mark. fluid changed by a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer, who will be familiar with the req uirements of the law as regards disposal of brake fluid a nd can thus help to protec t the env ironment and your hea lth. After correcting the brake fluid level, have the cause of brake fluid loss remedied . We recommend that you consult a Va ux ha ll Authorised Repairer.250
  • 253. Sm earing w ip er b la des ca n be clea ned w itha soft cloth and Vaux hall WindscreenWash Solvent.Wiper b la des whose lips have becomehardened, cracked or c ov ered with siliconemust be replaced. This may be necessaryas a result of the effects of ice, tha wing saltor heat, or the incorrect use of cleaningagents.Switch off windscreen wiper or autom aticwiper sy stem with rain sensor 3 in carwashes – see pa ges 17, 257.In order to ensure that the windscreenwiper operates correctly, in vehicles withrain sensor 3 the w indscreen wash system Wi per blad es on the wind sc reen Wiper bl ade on the rear wind ow 3must be operated at regular intervals. Lift wiper arm. Move relea se lev er and Lift wiper arm. Disengage wiper blade as detach w ip er blad e. show n in illustration a nd remove. 251
  • 254. The windscreen wash system and headlight wash system w ill not freeze in winter: Frost protection Mixture strength down to Vaux hall Windscreen Wash S olv ent: Water – 5 °C 1 :3 –10 °C 1 :2 –20 °C 1 :1 –30 °C 2 :1 When closing the container, press the lid firmly over the beaded ed ge a ll the wayWinds creen and headlight round.wash systems 3Wind screen wash system, rear w indscreenwash and headlight wash system reservoirfiller neck 3 in front left of enginecompartment nex t to the battery.Fill only with clean w ater to prevent thenozzles from clogging. To improvecleaning efficiency, we recommend thatyou add a little Vauxhall Wind screen WashSolvent.252
  • 255. Pa rk ing the vehicle for more than 4 weeks P rotecting ele ctronic components can lead to battery discha rg ing. This m ay In order to prev ent faults in elec tronic reduce the service life of the battery. components in the electrical system, never Disconnect b attery from on-board power connect or d isconnect b attery w ith engine supply by d isconnecting the negative running or ignition switched on. Nev er start terminal. (Anti-theft alarm system is then eng ine with battery disconnected, e. g. disab led). when starting using jum p lead s. Ensure that ignition is switched off before The battery m ust b e disconnected from the connecting battery . Then perform the vehicle b efore b eing charged: first following actions: disconnect the neg ativ e cable and then the z Remove Radio block 3 positive cable. The polarity of the battery , – see rad io operating instructions. i.e. the connections for the positive and neg ative cables, m ust not be z Set date and tim e in informa tion display interchanged. When reconnecting , first – see p age 46. connect the positiv e cab le and then theBattery z Activate window electronics 3 neg ative cable.The b attery is m aintenanc e-free. – see p age 149. Electronic ignition systems use a v ery In order to prevent the battery from hig h voltage. Do not touch the ignition We recom mend hav ing the battery discharging, some consumers such as the cha nge carried out by a Va ux hall sy stem; da ng er to life. courtesy light autom atically switch off Authorised Repairer, who will be fam iliar after approx . 30 minutes. To av oid damaging the vehic le, d o not with the req uirements of the law as ma ke a ny modifications to the electrical regards disposal of old batteries a nd system, e. g. c onnec ting additional can thus help to protect the env ironment consum ers or tampering with electronic and your health. control units (chip tuning).Retro-fitted electric al or electronicaccessories can pla ce an additional loa don the b attery or even discharge thebattery. We recomm end tha t y ou consult aVauxhall Authorised Repairer regardingtec hnical p ossibilities, such a s fitting amore powerful battery. 253
  • 256. Ve hicle decom mis sioning Vehicle storag e V ehicle recomm issioningO bserve na tional regulations. z Park v ehicle in dry and well-ventilated O bserve national regulations. premises. With manua l transmission,If the vehicle is decomm issioned for several C arry out the following w ork before putting eng age first gear or reverse gear andmonths, the follow ing work must be ca rried with automatic transmission 3 plac e a vehicle back on the road.out in order to prevent damage. We selector lever in position P. Place wheel z Connect ba ttery – see page 253recom mend that y ou consult a Vauxhall chocks or suchlike under w heels toAuthorised Repairer. z Check tyre pressure – see pa ge 270 prevent v ehicle from rolling aw ay.z Wash and preserve the vehicle z Fill up w indscreen wash system z Do not apply handbrake – see page 257 – see page 252 z Disconnect battery by disengagingz Check preserv ation in engine z Check engine oil level – see p age 246 neg ativ e terminal from vehicle electrical com partment a nd on underbody a nd z Check coolant level, topping up with system – see page 253 rectify where necessary anti-freeze if necessary – see page 249z Clean and preserv e rubber seals on z Atta ch numb er plate bonnet and doorsz Change engine oil – see page 245z Check anti-freeze and c orrosion protection – see page 248z Check coolant level, topping up w ith antifreeze if necessary – see page 249z Empty windsc reen w ash system and headlight wash system.z Inc rease ty re pressure to value sp ecified for m aximum load – see page 270254
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  • 258. Vehicle care Obtain adv ice from a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer regarding cleaning materials tha t V ehicle care aids 3 Vehicle wash: ha ve b een tested a nd recomm ended by z Wa sh brush Vauxhall. z Shampoo When caring for your vehicle, observe all z Sponge na tional environm ental reg ulations, z Insect Removal S ponge particula rly when wa shing it. z Chamois Regular, thorough care helps to improve Vehicle care: the appearance of your vehicle and z Paintwork Clea ner maintain its v alue over the y ears. It is a lso z Paintwork Polish a prerequisite for warranty claims for any z Crea m Polish paint or corrosion damag e. The following z Metallic Paintwork Wax pages contain tips for vehicle care which, if z Hard wa x used properly , will help combat the z Vauxhall Touch-Up Paint unav oida ble d amaging effects of the z Vauxhall Touch-Up / Aerosol Paint environment. z Wheel Preserver z Tar Rem ov er z Insect Remover z Window Cleaner z Vauxhall Windscreen Wa sh S olv ent z Silicone O il for Rubber Sea ls z Cleaner256
  • 259. Washing Clea n edges and folds on op ened doors P olishingThe paintwork of your v ehicle is exposed to and flaps as well a s the area s they cover. Polishing is necessary only if the pa int hasenv ironmenta l influences, e. g. continuous Thoroughly rinse off and leather-off the become dull or if solid deposits hav echanges in weather conditions, ind ustrial vehicle. Rinse leather frequently . Use become attached to it.waste gases and dust or tha wing sa lts, so separate leathers for paint and w indow Paintwork polish with silicone forms awash and wax your v ehicle regularly. When surfaces: Remnants of wax on the windows protec tiv e film, making w axingusing a utoma tic car washes, select a will impair vision. unnecessary.programme which includes wax ing. Waxing Plastic body parts should not be treatedBird droppings, dead insects, resin, with wax and polish.pollen a nd the like should be cleaned off Wax your vehicle regularly, in pa rticularimmediately , as they contain aggressive after it has been washed using shampoo Use Metallic Paintwork Wax on vehiclesconstituents which can cause paint and at the latest when wa ter no longer with a metallic-effect paint finish.dam age. forms beads on the pa intwork, otherwise the paintwork will d ry out. Whe elsWhen using c ar washes, follow the relevant Also wax edg es a nd folds on op ened doors Use a pH-neutral w heel c leaning agent toinstructions of the car wash facility. The clean the wheels.windscreen wiper or a utomatic wiper and flaps as well a s the area s they cover.system w ith rain sensor 3 and the rea r Wheels a re painted and ca n be treatedwindow wiper 3 m ust be switched off with the same ag ents as the body. For alloy– see page 17. Remove the aerial 3 and the wheels we recomm end use of Alloy Wheelroof rack 3 . Preserv er.If y ou w ash y our v ehicle by hand, makesure that the insides of the wing s a re alsothoroughly rinsed out. 257
  • 260. Paintwork damage Plastic and rubber parts Seat beltsRepair small area s of p aint damage suc h For add itional cleaning of plastic and Alway s k eep seat b elts clean a nd dry.as stone impacts, scratches etc. rubb er parts use C leaner. Do not use any C lean only with lukewarm w ater or Cleaner.immediately using a Va ux ha ll touch-up other agent, and in particular do not useapplicator or Vauxhall sp ra y and touch-up solvents or petrol. Windowspaint before rust can form . If rust has When cleaning the hea ted rear window,alrea dy formed, ha ve the c ause remedied. Wheels and tyres ma ke sure that the heating element on theWe recommend that you consult a Do not use high-pressure jet clea ners on insid e of the window is not damaged.Vauxhall Authorised Repairer. Please also wheels and tyres.pay attention to surfaces and edg es Use a soft lint-free cloth or chamois leatherbeneath the v ehicle where rust ma y have Inte rior and upholstery in conjunction with Window Cleaner a ndformed unnoticed for some time. Clea n the vehicle interior, including the Insect R emover. instrument panel facia, using interior Vauxhall Wind screen Wash Solvent isExterior lights cleaner. suita ble for de-icing windows.Headlight and other protective light covers Clea n fa bric upholstery with a va cuum For mec ha nical removal of ice, use aare made of plastic. If they require cleaner and brush. For removal of stains comm ercially available sharp-edged iceadditional cleaning after the vehicle has use Cleaner, which is suitab le for both scraper. Press the scraper firmly againstbeen washed, clea n them with C ar fa brics a nd vinyl. the glass so that no dirt can get under itShamp oo. Do not use any ab ra sive orcaustic agents, do not use an ice scraper, Do not use cleaning agents such as and scratch the glass.and do not clean them dry. acetone, carbon tetrachloride, paint thinner, paint remov er, nail v arnish remover, washing powder or blea ch to clean fabrics, ca rp ets, the dashboard or leather trim 3 in the vehicle interior. Benzine is also unsuitable.258
  • 261. Winds creen wipe r blade s Protective wax that has been ap plied is C aution - comm ercially ava ilab le bitum en /Sm earing w ip er b la des ca n be clea ned w ith also removed during the engine wash. For rubber materials can damage the PVCa soft cloth and Vaux hall Windscreen this reason, have the engine, brak e system coating. We recom mend that y ou ha veWash Solvent, and replaced if necessa ry – components in the engine compartment, underbody work carried out by a Vauxhallsee page 250. axle com ponents with steering, body parts Authorised Repa irer. The Vauxhall and cavities thoroughly preserved with Authorised Repa irer knows the prescribedLocks protective wax after the wash. We ma terials and has ex perience in the useBefore they lea ve the factory, the lock s are recommend that you consult a Va ux ha ll thereof.lubricated with a high-grade lock cylinder Authorised Repairer. The underbody should be washedgrease. Vauxhall lock c ylind er grease Do not use high-pressure jet clea ners on following the end of the cold weatherprevents the locks from freezing up. Use wheels and tyres. season to remov e any dirt adhering to thede-icing agents only in emergencies, as underbody since this may also contain salt.they have a degreasing effect and will Underbody C heck p rotective wax c oa ting and , ifimpair the functioning of the locks. After Your vehicle has a factory-app lied PVC nec essary , have it restored to perfec tusing d e-icing agents re-grea se the locks. undercoating in the wheel arches condition. (including the longitudinal mem bers) whichEngine compartment prov ides permanent protec tion and needsImp ortant areas of the eng ine no special maintenance. The surfaces ofcompartment have been provided with the vehicle underbody not covered by PVCpermanent protection at the factory in the are provided with a durable p rotective waxform of a high-quality, smooth protec tiv e coating.lacquer coating . Parts of the engine On vehicles which are washed frequently incompartment lacquered in the sam e colour autom atic car washes with underbodyas the vehicle paintwork ca n be trea ted the washing facility, the protective waxsame way as all painted surfaces. Wash coating may b e impaired by d irt-dissolv ingthe engine only if a bsolutely necessary. additives, so check the underbody afterBefore washing the engine, protec t the washing and ha ve it waxed if necessary .alternator and brake fluid reservoir with Before the start of the cold weather season,plastic covers. check the PVC c oa ting a nd protective waxWhen washing the engine with a steam-jet coating and, if necessary , have themcleaner, do not d irect the steam jet at restored to perfect condition.components of the a ntilock brake sy stem,the a utoma tic air conditioning system orthe b elt drive and its components. 259
  • 262. Technical data Vehicle docum ents, identification The identification plate is affixed to the plate front right door fram e. The tec hnical d ata is determined in Information on identification plate: accordance with European C ommunity standards. We reserve the right to make 1 Manufac turer 2 Type approval number modifications. S pecifications in the vehic le docum ents alwa ys have priority ov er those 3 Vehic le identification number 4 Permissible gross v ehicle weight given in this manual. 5 Permissible gross train weight 6 Maximum permissib le front axle load 7 Maximum permissib le rear axle load 8 Vehic le-specific or country-specific data In a different desig n version, the identification plate may be on the right- hand side in front of the ra diator.260
  • 263. Coolant, brake fluid, oils When using commercially available engine When top ping up oils, as a matter of principle only those oils – C oolant, that meet the minimum q uality – Brake fluid, requirements specified in the following – Manual transmission oil table are perm issible. we recomm end that you consult a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer, who can advise you Eng ines Oils on the correct p roducts to use. Petrol ACEA A3 ACEA A3/B3 Caution: Use of unsuita ble fluids can ca use ACEA A3/B3/B4 serious dam age to the vehic le. Diesel ACEA B3 Engine oils ACEA A3/B3 We recomm end using Vauxhall eng ine oils ACEA A3/B3/B4 with the follow ing qualities and viscosities: AC EA A3/B3 S AE 0W-30 O nly the following viscosity classes are – or – permissible:Ve hicle ide ntification data AC EA A3/B3 S AE 5W-40 S AE 10 W-30 (or hig her than 30) orThe Vehicle Identification Numb er is – or – S AE 5 W-30 (or higher than 30) orstamped on the identification plate and in AC EA A3/B3 S AE 10W-40 S AE 0 W-30 (or higher than 30).the v ehicle floor on the rig ht-hand side The range of application of the oil isunder a cover between the front passeng er The ra ng e of app lic ation of the oil is dependent on the outside temperature – dependent on the outside temperature –door and sea t. see the diagram on the nex t page. see the d iagram on the next p age.The Vehicle Identification Numb er can bemarked on the instrument pa nel in another Eng ine oils whic h are specifica llyversion. designated for use in d iesel engines a re not suita ble for petrol engines.Engine identifier code a nd engine number:In p etrol eng ines, stamped on the left-hand If the oils mentioned here are not availab leside of the engine on the engine block; in in your country, follow the specialdiesel engines, stamped on the right-ha nd instructions in your Serv ic e Booklet.side of the engine under the diesel injectionpump. 261
  • 264. Inform ation on AC EA oil gradecla ssific ationThe Association d es ConstructeursEuropéens dAutom ob iles classifies engineoils according to their perform anc e(quality).Ea ch categ ory is given letters andnumbers, e.g. A3:The letter indicates the field of application:A = Petrol eng ines in passenger carsB = Diesel engines in passenger carsE = Diesel engines in trucksThe number shows the quality innumerically ascending order. Informat ion on SAE classificat ions Do not sw itch to a different viscosity in the Engine a nd transmission oils are grouped event of brief temp erature fluctuations. in SAE classes b y the S oc iety of Automotive A = SAE classes for p etrol engines Engineers b ased on their v iscosity. B = SAE classes for d iesel engines Viscosity is the measure of interna l friction of the oil in flux , dependent on its temperature. The SAE classification does not provide information on the quality of the oil; it merely indicates the range of application of the oil dependent on the outside temperature – see diagram. The first number indicates v iscosity at low temperatures (cold sta rt behaviour). The second num ber indicates visc osity a t hig h temperatures.262
  • 265. Engine dataSales designation 1.6 16V 1.8 16V Za fira OPC 2.2 16V 2.0 DTI 16VEng ine identifier code Z 16 XE Z 18 XE Z 20 LET Z 22 SE Y 20 DTHNumb er of cylinders 4 4 4 4 4Bore dia. (mm ) 79.0 80.5 86.0 86.0 84.0Stroke (mm) 81.5 88.2 86.0 94.6 90.0 3)Piston displacement (cm 1598 1796 1998 2198 1995Max . engine outp ut (k W) 74 92 147 108 74 at rpm 6000 5600 5400 5800 4000Torque (Nm ) 150 170 250 203 230 at rpm 3600 3800 1950 4000 1500 to 2500Com pression ratio 10.5 10.5 8.8 10.0 18.5O ctane requirement (RO N) 1 ) 2) unleaded 95 95 2 ) 95 2) 95 2) – 2) or unleaded 98 98 2 ) 98 2) 98 2) – 2) 3 ) or unleaded 91 91 2 )3 ) 91 2 )4) 91 2) 3 ) –Cetane requirement (CZ) 1) – – – – 49 (D) 5)Max . permissible engine speed, continuous (rpm) ap prox . 6500 6400 6400 6500 4950 to 5050O il consumption (l/1000 km) 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.61) Stan da rd qu ality fuels, e.g . unlead ed D IN EN 228, Diesel DIN EN 590; D = Diesel; va lue prin ted in bold : recomm end ed fu el.2) Kn ock contro l s ys tem a utoma tically a d jus ts ig nition tim ing a ccording to typ e o f fuel used (octa ne nu mber).3) Slight reduction in engine p ower an d torq ue if 91 RON is us ed.4) If no un lea ded premium-g ra de fu els a re a vailab le, 91 R ON can b e used, taking ca re to avoid s evere engine loa ds a nd d riving a t full thro ttle, a s well as d rivin g in mo untainou s terra in with a larg e p a yloa d.5) A lo wer va lue is pos sib le with w inter diesel fu els. 263
  • 266. Pe rform ance (approx. )Eng ine 1 ) Z 16 XE Z 18 XE Z 20 LET Z 22 SE Y 20 DTHMax imum speed (mph; km/h) 2 ) 5-speed ma nual transmission – 117; 188 – – 109; 175 Sports transmission 176; 110 117; 188 136; 220 124; 200 – Automatic transmission – 112; 180 – 117; 188 107; 1721) Sa les desig nation – see pa ge 26 3.2) The ma xim um s peed is a ch ieva ble with a m aximum of h alf p ayloa d. Optiona l eq uipm ent m ay reduce th e specified m aximum speed of the vehicle.264
  • 267. Fuel cons umption, The direc tiv e is oriented to actual driving The figures given m ust not be taken as aCO2 e mis sions practices: guarantee for the actual fuel consumptionDirective 80/1268/EEC (last c hanged by Urban driving is rated at approx. 1 /3 and of a p artic ular vehicle.1999/100/EC) has ap plied for the extra-urban driving with approx. 2 /3 (urban The calculation of fuel consumption asmeasurement of fuel consumption and extra-urban consumption). C old starts spec ified by directive 1999/100/EC takessince 1996. and acceleration phases are also tak en acc ount of the v ehicles kerbweig ht, into consideration. ascertained in accordance with the said The specification of CO 2 emission is also a regula tion. Optional ex tras may result in constituent of the directive. slightly higher fuel consumption and CO 2 emission lev els than those quoted. To conv ert l/100km into mp g, divide 282 by number of litres/100km. S ave fuel, protec t the env ironment – see page 184. 265
  • 268. Fuel cons umption (ap prox . l/100 km), CO2 emission (approx. g /km )Eng ine 1 ) Z 16 XE Z 18 XE Z 20 LET Z 22 SE Y 20 DTHManual/S ports/Automatic tra nsmission Urb an – / 9.9/– 10.6/11.0/11. 9 –/13.1/– – /11.8/12.5 8.0/–/9.5 Extra-urban – / 6.1/– 6.2/ 6. 5/ 6.8 –/ 7.2/– – / 6. 6/ 6.8 5.3/–/6.0 Combined – / 7.5/– 7.8/ 8. 2/ 8.7 –/ 9.4/– – / 8. 5/ 8.9 6.3/–/7.3 CO 2 – /180/– 187/ 196/ 208 –/ 225/– – / 204/ 214 169/– /1961) Sa les desig nation – see pa ge 26 3.266
  • 269. Weights, payload and roof load The combined total of front a nd rear ax le Roof loa dThe p ayload is the difference between the loa ds must not exceed the perm issible The permissible roof loa d is 75 kg. The roofpermitted g ross vehicle weight gross vehicle weight. For exa mple, if the load consists of the weight of the roof rac k(see identification plate, page 260) front ax le is bearing its m aximum plus the load carried.and the EC kerbweight. permissib le load, the rear axle can only Do not drive faster than 75 mph bear a load that is eq ua l to the grossTo ca lc ulate the kerbweight, enter the data (120 km /h). C heck fastening at frequent vehicle weig ht m inus the front axle load.for your vehicle below: interva ls and tig hten. When the carav an / trailer is coup led a ndz Kerb weight from For safety reasons and to avoid damage to the towing vehic le fully loaded (including Ta ble 1, the roof, we recommend that the use of all occupants), the perm issible rear ax le page 268 + ... ..... .... .. kg Vauxhall-approved roof rack systems for loa d (see identification plate or v ehicle the Zafira. A Vauxhall Authorised Repairerz Ad ditional w eight of docum ents) may be exceeded by 75 kg would be pleased to ad vise you. equipment version from and the gross vehicle weig ht ra ting by Ta ble 2, p age 269 + ... ..... .... .. kg 45 kg. If the permissib le rear axle load is Driving hints – see page 182. exc eeded, a max imum speed of 60 mphz Weight of heavy (100 km/h) a pplies. If national regula tions accessories from Table 3, specify a low er ma ximum speed for page 269 + ... ..... .... .. kg vehicles towing a caravan / trailer, thisThe total = ... ..... .... .. kg must b e observ ed.is the EC k erbweight. For permitted axle loa ds see identification plate a nd vehicle documentsO ptional equipment and accessoriesincrease the kerbweight, w hich means thatthe p ayload will also change slig htly.Note the weights given in the vehicledocuments. 267
  • 270. Weights (kg): Table 1 , K erbweight 1) 2)Model Engine Manual transm ission Automatic transmissionZafira Z 16 XE 1393/1425 – Z 18 XE 1435 1455 Z 20 LET 1540 – Z 22 S E 1465 1485 Y 20 DTH 1503/1530 1523/15501) According to EC D irective 70/ 156/EC, includ ing a ssum ed w eig hts fo r d river (68 kg ), lug ga ge (7 kg) and all fluids (tank 90 % full).2) For s ales des ig na tion, see p ag e 263.268
  • 271. Weights (kg) : Table 2, Additional weight of e quipme nt versionsEng ine 1 ) Z 16 XE Z 18 XE Z 20 LET Z 22 SE Y 20 DTHZafira Design 20 20 20 20 20Zafira Elegance (with air con.) 25 25 25 25 25Weights (kg) : Table 3, Heavy acces soriesAccessories Air c onditioning Front Rear Headl ight Towi ng system, sun roof skylight roof cleaning system equipm ent Elec tronic ai r condi tioning systemWeight 20 17 13 2.8 141) For sales d esigna tion , s ee pa ge 263. 269
  • 272. Tyres Winter tyres Whe elsRestricti ons Ty res of size 205/55 R 16 are not permitted Wheel bolt tightening torque: 110 Nm.Not a ll tyres ava ila ble on the market as winter tyres (M+ S tyres) except on O n vehicles with alloy wheels 3 the spa recurrently meet the structural requirem ents. vehicles a pproved 1 ) for 225/45 R 17 tyres. wheel m ay have a steel rim.We recommend that you consult a Ty res of size 225/45 R 17 are not permittedVauxhall Authorised Repairer concerning The spare wheel ma y have a smaller tyre as winter tyres (M+ S tyres) except onsuitab le tyre mak es. and a sm aller rim: Using the spare wheel vehicles w ith engine Z 20 LET 2) . ma y cause d ifferent driving behaviour.These ty res have und ergone special tests All tyre sizes may b e used as winter tyres Replace d efectiv e tyre as soon as possible,to establish their reliab ility , safety and (M +S ty res). bala nce wheel and hav e it fitted to thespecific suitability for Vaux hall vehicles. vehicle.Despite continuous ma rk et monitoring, we Further inform ation – see page 203.are unab le to assess these attributes for Tyre chains Tyre inflation pressure s in bar 3) / psiother tyres, ev en if they hav e been g ra nted The specified ty re pressures are valid forapprova l by the relevant authorities or in Restri ctions cold ty res. The increased ty re pressuresom e other form. The use of tyre chains is only permitted on resulting from ex tensiv e d riv ing must not wheels attached to the front ax le. Ty reFurther information – see pa ge 200. be red uced. The specified pressures apply cha ins are not permitted on tyres of size to both summer and winter ty res. 205/55 R 16 except for vehic les approved for 1 ) 225/45 R 17 tyres. Further information – see pag e 200 to 203. Ty re c hains are not permitted on tyres of size 225/45 R 17. Further inform ation – see page 203. 1) See COC (Certifica te of co nfo rm ity) or vehicle d ocuments. 2) 3) For sa les d esign atio n see pa g e 2 63. 1 ba r corresp on ds to 100 kPa an d 14.5 p si.270
  • 273. Continued: Ty re inflation Tyre inflationTyre inflation pressures pressure with pressurein bar / psi up to 3 persons with full load(ctd.) Engine1 ) Ty res Front Rear Front Rear Z 16 XE, 195/65 R 15, 2.2/32 2.2/32 2. 8/41 3.2/46 Z 18 XE, 205/55 R 16 2) Z 22 S E, Y 20 DTH, Z 20 LET 205/55 R 16, 2.2/32 2.2/32 2. 8/41 3.2/46 225/45 R 17 3) 1) For sa les d esign atio n see pa g e 2 63. 2) Michelin H X-MXM on ly. 3) Michelin P ilot Prim acy only. 271
  • 274. Ele ctrical systemBattery Voltage 12 Volt Am p hours 55 Ah / 66 Ah 3 / 70 Ah 3 / 72 Ah 3Battery for radio frequenc y CR 20 32rem ote control272
  • 275. Capacities (app rox . in litres)Eng ine 1 ) Z 16 XE Z 18 XE Z 20 LET Z 22 SE Y 20 DTHCooling systemVehicles with ma nual transmission 6.3 6. 5 – 6. 8 7. 9 with air con. 6.6 6. 8 7. 4 7. 1 7. 9Cooling systemVehicles with automatic transmission – 6. 4 – 6. 6 7. 7 with air con. – 6. 7 – 6. 9 7. 7Fuel tank (nominal content) 58 58 58 58 58Engine oil with filter change 3.5 4. 25 4. 25 5. 0 5. 5Engine oil betw een MIN a nd MAX 1.0 1. 0 1. 0 1. 0 1. 0 on d ip stickFluid container for wind screen wash system 2.3 2. 3 2. 3 2. 3 2. 3 with headlight wash system 4.5 4. 5 4. 5 4. 5 4. 51) Sa les desig nation – see pa ge 26 3. 273
  • 276. Dimensions (mm) ZafiraLength 4317Width 1742Width with two ex terior mirrors 1999Height 1634Height with roof rail 1684Wheelb ase 2694Turning c ircle diam eter, wall to wall1 ) 11.25 / 11.852 )1) In metres.2) Veh icle with en gine Z 20 LET , for sa les d esign atio n see pa ge 26 3.274
  • 277. Mounting dim ens ions ofcaravan / traile r towing equipmentwith re movable coupling ball barAll dimensions refer to fac tory -fittedtowing equipm ent.Dimension mmA ± 0.2 25 ± 0.3B 45C 7.5 ±0 .3D 63.5E 448.5F 404G 63 ±0.3 ±0 .5H 151.3I 50The d istance from the centre of the rearwheel to the centre of the ball head is912 mm . We recom mend hav ing tow ing equipment retro-fitted by a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer. 275
  • 278. Index A AB S (Anti-lock Brake System ).. ..... .... ..... 198 B Battery .. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ... 183, 253, 272 Ac cessories. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..102, 142, 216 Interruption of Ac cessory sockets.... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 81 power supply .. .... .... ..... ... 41, 64, 149, 180 Air conditioning system ... .... .... ..... .... ..... 157 Before starting off .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 21 Air intak e.... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..153, 159, 174 Belt tensioners .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 88 Air recirculation system .... .... ..153, 159, 170 Bleeding, diesel fuel sy stem .... .... ..... .... . 212 Air vents . .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... . 154, 160 Bonnet ... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 70 Airba gs... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 93 Brakes.... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 196 Ala rm .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 69 ABS .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 198 Alterna tor ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 34 Brake fluid .. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 250, 261 Anti-corrosion service.. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 244 Brake lights ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 239 Anti-freeze . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 248 Brake servo unit.. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 182 Anti-freeze protection. ..... .... .... ..... . 248, 252 Foot brak e.. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 196 Anti-knock q ua lity of fuel .... .... ..... .... ..... 186 Handbrake. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 197 O ctane number.... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 263 Bulb replacem ent ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 232 Anti-theft alarm sy stem ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 67 Bulbs.. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 142, 232 Anti-theft lock Alloy wheels .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 221 Anti-theft locking system Towing equip ment .. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 207 Anti-theft protection ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 23 Aq ua planing ... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 202 Ashtray ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... ... 82, 146 Automatic anti-da zzle interior mirror ... .... 8 Automatic tra nsmission ... .... .... ..... ... 20, 176 C ontrol indicator.. .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 177 Driving programm e. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 177 Fault.... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 180 Interruption of power supply .... .... ..... 180 K ic kdown ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 178 Selector lever... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 20 Automatic wiping .... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 17276
  • 279. C Coolant thermometer.. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 39 ECa pacities ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 273 Correcting time ... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 47 Economic al driving. .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 182, 184Ca r Pass... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .... 4 Coupling sock et load .. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 209 Electric windows . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 148Ca re .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 256 Courtesy light.. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 145 Electrical system . .... .... ..... .... ...228, 253, 272Ca ta lytic converter .. ..... .... ..... 188, 191, 212 Courtesy lights Electronic air conditioning system ... .... . 166Central locking system . .... ..... .... .... ..... 60, 62 Bulb replacem ent .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 240 Electronic components.... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 253Centre console lighting .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 145 Cruise control .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 194 Electronic immobiliser ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 59Changing the remote control battery ... .. 61 Curtain airbags... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 97 Electronic Stability Program me... ..... .... . 193Changing wheels . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 220 Eng ine code ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 261, 263 DCheck control .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 30, 48 Eng ine control indica tor . .... ..... .... ..... .... . 190 Data.... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... ... 59, 260Child restraint system Eng ine oil ... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 246, 262 Date.... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... . 46, 47 Top Safe .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 112 Eng ine oil change... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 247 Date display .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... . 40, 41Child restraint systems . .... ..... 103, 105, 142 Eng ine oil consumption .. .... ..... .... ..... .... . 246 Daytime running lights..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 143Child safety locks . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ...58, 148 Eng ine oil filter .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 247 Decommissioning .... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 254Ciga rette lig hter... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ... 81, 146 Eng ine oil lev el .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 246 Demisting and defrostingClock ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 38 Eng ine speed . ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 183 with the air conditioning system .. ..... 161Clutch operation .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 183 Eng ine wash... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 259 Demisting and defrostingCO 2 em issions. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 265 Env ironmental protection ... ..... .... .. 247, 256 Windows. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 156Code numbers. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .... 4 Exhaust c ontrol indicator ... ..... .... ..... .... . 190 with the elec tronicCold start . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 183 Exhaust g ases..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 191 air conditioning sy stem .... .... ..... .... ..... 169Control indicator Exhaust system ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 191 Diesel fuel filter ... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 248 ABS (Anti-lock Brake System ) ... ..... .... 199 Exterior mirrors ... .... .... ..... .... ... 142, 156, 164 Diesel fuel system .... .... ..... .... .... ..... . 212, 248 Airbag .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 98 Dim ensions. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 274 Engine electronics ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 190 Dip ped beam .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... ... 15, 143 Exhaust .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 190 Bulb replacem ent .... ..... .... .... ..... . 233, 237 Immobiliser .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 59 Display .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... . 40, 41 TC (Traction Control system ) .... ..... .... 192 Door lock s .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 259 Transmission .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 177 Drink holders... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 84Control indicators .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 12, 32 Driv ing abroad ... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... . 186, 243 belt tensioners.. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 88 Headlights... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 146 ESP (Electronic Stability Program me) 193 Driv ing hints .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 182Coolant .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 248Coolant level ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 249Coolant temperature disp lay ... .... ..... .... .. 39 277
  • 280. F G Heating . ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 152, 155Fan.. .... ..... .... ... 152, 157, 158, 162, 172, 245 Gears .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 20 Seats.. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 171Fault warnings ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 48 Genuine Vauxhall Parts with the air conditioning sy stem .. .... . 157Filling station and Accessories ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... ... 24, 142 with the electronic Capacities.... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 273 Glov e com partment .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 84 air conditioning system ... ..... .... ..... .... . 167 Engine oil level . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 246 Glov e com partment lighting ... ..... .... ..... 146 Height adjustm ent Fuel . ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .186, 263 Bulb replacem ent .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 241 Seat belt . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 90 Ignition key .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .... 4 Gross vehicle weight .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 267 Seats.. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..5 Opening the bonnet . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..70 Steering wheel .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..9 H Horn... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 17 Ty re inflation pressure.. ..... .... .... .185, 270 Halogen headlight sy stem Vehicle data ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .260, 261 Driving abroad ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 146 I Windscreen wash sy stem .. .... .... ..... .... 252 Handbrake. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... ... 23, 197 Identifica tion plate. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 260First-aid k it .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .142, 216 Hazard w arning lights ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 16 If y ou ha ve a problem .... .... ..... .... .... 23, 242Flat tyre ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 224 Head restraints ... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... . 31, 72 Ignition switc h..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... ... 9, 22Fluid container, Head lig ht flash ... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 15 Ignition system ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 245, 253 windscreen wash sy stem ..... .... .... ..... .... 252 Head lig ht range adjustment ... ..... . 144, 232 Im mobiliser .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 59Fog lights. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 143 C ontrol indicator.. .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 144 Information disp lay .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 40 Bulb replacement. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 237 Head lig ht switch. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... ... 15, 143 Infotainment system .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 41Fog tail light .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 143 Head lig ht w ash system .... .... .... ..... ... 18, 252 Inspection system ... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... 38, 244 Bulb replacement. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 239 Head lig hts.. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 15 Instrum ent illumination ... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 144Foot b rake... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 196 Day tim e running lights . .... .... ..... .... ..... 143 Bulb replacement ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 241Front pa ssenger airbag ... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 93 Fog lights..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 143 Instrum ent panel .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 10Fuel . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .186, 263 Reversing lights.... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 143 Instrum ents .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... 32, 37, 38Fuel consump tion .... ..... .... ..... 184, 186, 265 Warning dev ice.... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 23 Interior m irror. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..8Fuel filter.. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 248 Head lig hts Interruption of power supply ... .. 41, 55, 149Fuel lev el.. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 39 C hanging b ulbs ... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 233 Selector lev er lock ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 180Fuel system, diesel ... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 212 Heated exterior mirrors... 18, 156, 164, 169 Sun roof .. .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 151Fuses ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 228 Heated front seats .. .... ..... .... ..156, 164, 171 Window operation.. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 149 Heated rear window ... .... 18, 156, 164, 169 Interruption to power supply Tilt / slide sun roof .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 151 IS O-FIX .. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 112278
  • 281. J Luggag e comp artm ent NJac k . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 217 Bulb replacem ent .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 241 N eutral, transm ission. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 20Jump leads .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 212 C ov er .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 77 N um ber plate lights Extension ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 73 Bulb replacement ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 240K Lashing eyes ... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 79 N um ber plate lighting .... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 240Key Lighting .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 146 Ignition switch .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 59 Loading .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... 80, 208, 267 O Ignition lock . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .. 9, 22 Locking ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 65 O ctane numbers. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 186 Locking d oors... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 58, 60 Luggag e comp artm ent cover . ..... .... ..... .. 77 O dometer... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 37 Remove .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 23 Lumba r support.. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... 6 O il change . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 247 Starting .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 22, 59 O il consumption . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 246 Starting the engine ... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .... 9 M O il filter change.. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 247Key numbers ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .... 4 M+S ty res .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... . 203, 270 O il lev el.. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 246Keys .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .. 4, 58 Main bea m. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... ... 15, 143 O ils. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 262 Bulb replacem ent .... ..... .... .... ..... . 233, 237 O perating temperature .. .... ..... .... ..... .... . 183L C ontrol indicator.. .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 35 O utside tem perature g auge ... .... ..... .... ... 45Langua ge selection. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 43 Maintenance... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... ... 23, 244 O verrun . ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 183, 185Lashing eyes ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 79 Air conditioning system .... ..164, 165, 171Leather trim .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 258 Anti-freeze protec tion .. .... .... ..... .... ..... 248 PLight switch . .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 15 Paintwork dam age. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 258 Brake fluid ... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 250Lighting ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ... 15, 143 Parking distance sensors .... ..... .... ..... .... . 195 Brakes. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 196 Driv ing abroad . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 146 Parking .. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... 23, 195 C atalytic converter .. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 191Loa ding ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... ... 80, 208, 267 Parking lights. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 15 Engine oil ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... . 246, 247Loa ding the v ehicle. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 80 Bulb replacement ... ..... .... ..... .... .. 235, 238 Fuel consum ption .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 185Loc k buttons ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 58 Parking the vehicle. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 23 Service interval d isplay .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 38Loc king doors . ..... .... ..... .... ..... ... 4, 58, 60, 62 Parts .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... 24, 142 Tyre pressure... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 201Loc king from the inside.... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 58 Pedals.... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 183 Tyres ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 201Loc ks... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 259 Performance .. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 264 Windscreen wiper .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 250Lub rica nts ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... 246, 261, 262 Petrol . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 186, 263 Maintenance book let .. ..... .... .... ..... ... 23, 244 Pinking... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 186 Mirrors .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... . 8, 142 Pollen filter . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ...153, 159, 174 Misted windows .. ..... .... ..... .... ..156, 162, 169 Power steering .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 182 Mobile telephone..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 57 Preheating . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... . 22, 33 Pushing, towing .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 212 279
  • 282. R S S peed .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 184, 185Radio .. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 30, 56 Safeguard against Fuel consumption ... ..... .... ..... .... .. 184, 185Radio equipment (C B).. .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 57 una uthorised use... .... ..... .... .... .. 4, 9, 23, 58 S peedometer . ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 37Radio frequency remote control .. ..... .... .. 60 Safety . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 86 S ta rter switch. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..9Rain sensor.. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ... 17, 257 Safety accessories ... .... ..... .... ..103, 142, 216 S ta rting the engine .... ..... .... ... 9, 22, 59, 212Reading lights. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 145 Safety net ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 78 Self-help . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 212Rear light cluster.. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 143 Safety sy stems .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 86 S teering column lock .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... ... 9, 23 Bulb replacement. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 239 Saving energy . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 184 S teering w heel a djustment . ..... .... ..... .... .... ..9Rear seat ba ckrests. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 25 Sea t belts ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .. 87, 90, 258 S teering w heel remote control .... ..... .... ... 30Rear seats.... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 25 Sea t occupancy S torage compa rtm ents... .... ..... .. 83, 84, 216Rear window wash system .... ... 18, 252, 257 recognition .... . 99, 106, 110, 127, 131, 133 S un roof. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 150Rear window wiper .. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 18 Sea ts ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 5, 6 fault ... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 151Refuelling . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 187 Extending the lug gage compartment 73 S un shade .. .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 150, 151 Fuel filler cap .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 187 Heated .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..156, 164, 171 S un v isors ... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 142Relays . ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 228 Sea ts in second row . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 25 S ystem settings... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 43Remote control Sea ts in third row ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... . 26, 74 Steering wheel.. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 30 Selector lev er lock .... .... ..... .... .... ..... ... 20, 176Replacem ent keys ... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 58 Self-diagnosis . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 174Reversing lights.... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 143 Self-help . .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 212 Bulb replacement. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 239 Automatic transm ission ... .... ..... .... ..... 180Roof load . .... .... ..... .... ..... ... 80, 182, 185, 267 Electric windows... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 148Roof racks ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... 185, 204, 267 Information disp la y . ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 46Running-in ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 182 Radio frequency remote control .. ..... .. 61 Bra kes .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 196 Sk ylight roof .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 151 Sun roof .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 150 Serv ic e Booklet.... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 23 Serv ic e interv al display .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 38 Serv ic e work .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... ... 23, 244 Side airbags .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 95 Signal system .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... . 15, 17 Skylight roof .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 151 fault .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 151 Spare keys.. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 58 Spare wheel .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... . 218, 220280
  • 283. T Ty re c hains. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... . 203, 270 WTachometer. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 37 Ty re c ondition . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 201 Warning messages. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 42Tail lights . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 143 Ty re inflation pressure ..... .... .... ..... . 201, 270 Warning triang le .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 142, 216 Bulb replacement. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 239 Ty re repair kit . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 224 Weights . ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 266Tailgate ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .. 5, 65 Wheels... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 200 UTank Wheels, tyres.. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 200 Units of measure ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 44 Fuel gauge .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 39 Windows..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 147 Unleaded fuel . .... ..... .... ..... .... ..186, 188, 263Technical d ata ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 260 Demisting and defrosting .. 156, 161, 169 Used oil... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 247Tem perature regulation 152, 157, 158, 166 Windscreen w ash system .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 18The first 600 miles / 1000 km .... .... ..... .... 182 V Anti-freeze protection . .... ..... .... ..... .... . 252Tightening torque.... ..... .... ..... .... .... .223, 270 Vehicle care .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 256 Capac ities .. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 273Time .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 46, 47 Vehicle decommissioning .... .... ..... .... ..... 254 Fluid container .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 252Toll sy stems. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 57 Vehicle Identifica tion N um ber. ..... .... ..... 261 Windscreen w ip er ... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... 17, 250Tools ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 217 Vehicle recommissioning . .... .... ..... .... ..... 254 Winter operationTop Sa fe .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 112 Ventilation.. ..... .... ..... .... .. 152, 155, 168, 170 Battery .... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 183Towing ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 214 Coolant, anti-freez e .... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 248Towing eq uipm ent .. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 204 Engine oil .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 262Towing ey e.. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .214, 215 Fuel consumption ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 185Traction Control sy stem ... ..... .... .... ..... .... 192 Fuel for diesel engines .... ..... .... ..... .... . 186Trailer / carav an towing ... ..... .... .... .182, 204 Heating .. .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 152Transm ission, autom atic.. ..... .... .... ... 20, 176 Locks . ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 259 Driv ing programme .. .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 177 Tyre cha ins. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 203, 270 Fault ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 180 Window demisting Interrup tion of power sup ply .... ..... .... 180 and defrosting .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 156, 162 Kickdown . .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 178 Windscreen wash sy stem, Selector lever .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ... 20, 176 anti-freeze protection . .... ..... .... ..... .... . 252 Selector lever lock ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 20 Winter tyres.... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 203, 270Transm ission, manual .. .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 20 XTread dep th .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 202 Xenon head lig ht systemTrip computer . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 29 Bulb replacement ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 237Trip odometer . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 38 Driv ing abroad ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 146Turn signals. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 16Turn signals Bulb replacement. ..... .... ..... 236, 238, 239 281