VAUXHALL Zafira    Owner’s Manual
Data specific to your ve hiclePlease enter your vehicle’s data here to keep it ea sily accessible.This information is avai...
Your ZafiraDev eloped to the la test findings of vehic le research, it offers technical sophistication and exceptiona l co...
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Contents   Comm itment to custom er           satisfaction:                                                          In b ...
In brief           Key num be rs                                 Unlock vehicle : press           code numbe rs           ...
Unlock luggage compartme nt:                    Adjust front se ats:                                Front seat backrest ad...
Adjusting height of front             Adjusting angle of front            Front seat lumbar s upport 3seats 3:            ...
Thigh support 3 adjust position in        Adjust head restraint height of frontre lation to front seats :                s...
Adjusting interior m irror:                     Adjusting automatic anti-dazzle             Adjusting exterior mirrors :Sw...
Fitting seat belt:                            Disengaging steering column lock:         Steering whee l adjustment 3:Draw ...
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Control indicators                  A   Engine elect ronics,          1   Automat ic tra nsm ission 3,?     Automat ic hea...
Lighting                              He ating, ve ntilation,                Ü     Hea ted rear wi ndow,     Lig ht switch...
Tilt / slide sun roof 3, skylight roof 3   Date, time                                 Misce llaneousl     Front t ilt / sl...
Light switche s:                            Main and dipped be am switch:            Headlight flash:7 =     Off          ...
Operating turn signal lights:                  Cruise control operation:                Hazard w arning lights:Stalk in re...
Horn operation:                            Windscre en wiper:          Automatic wiper with rain s ens or 3 :Press j      ...
Operating windscre en and                      Operating re ar window wipe r and           Heated rear window,headlight w ...
To dry miste d or icy w indows:                Se tting ele ctronic clim ate control to   Info display:Turn rotary s witch...
Manual transmission:                        Manual trans miss ion:                         Automatic transmission 3:o     ...
Exhaust gases are toxic                                                                                              Exhau...
Starting, petrol engines:                          Starting, diesel engine :                          Release handbrake:Ma...
Advice whe n parking:                                              z Always ap ply handbrake firmly. On                   ...
Genuine V auxhall Parts and                                                                       That was the most import...
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. S...
Arm rest i n tilted m iddle ba ckrest          Push rear handle of tilted bac krest and fold   Seats in third rowPush midd...
As shown in the illustration, seat b elts must   Front luggage compartment, lift seat with      Lift cov er in floor betwe...
Fold seats into floor of v ehi cle              From lugga ge com partment, press button        Push b elt buckles into re...
Operating the multi-information        Usi ng multi func tion butt on          Trip computer 3display 3,                  ...
Check control 3                                   Re mote control for radio and                   V auxhall F ull-Siz e ai...
Sid e a irbag system 3                          Active head restraints 3                           P arking distance s ens...
Instruments              Control indicators                               v              The control indica tors described...
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I                                                                                                   O il pressure         ...
1                                                                                              Electronically cont rolled ...
Y                                                g                                                yFuel l ev el           ...
Trip odometer                                                                                                      To retu...
Setting t he t ime                                              With time displayed, press reset button in                ...
For physical reasons, the engine                                                      temperature gauge show s the coolant...
Inform ation display                            Multi-inform ation d isp lay 3                 Mult i-informa tion displa ...
I nt err up tion of pow er supp ly                                                                                        ...
O peration using the multifunction button:                                                                                ...
Making system settings for                     Lang uage selecti on                        S elec t the required language ...
Setti ng units of measure                      Adjust contra stYou ca n select w hich units of measure a re   In the Syste...
Outs ide tempe rature                           On vehicles with graphical informationA fall in temperature is indica ted ...
Setting date and timeIn the Infotainment system 3 , the da te andtime are adjusted automatically a fterreceipt of a GPS sa...
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 ...
Check control 3                                                                                           Brake PadCheck c...
Fault warnings (ctd.):                        Ac know ledge the fault wa rning as           I nt err up tion of pow er sup...
Functions:                                              z Instanta neous consum ption                                     ...
Averag e c onsum ption                      Effectiv e consum ption                     Av era ge sp eedCa lc ulation of a...
Distance                                 Range abov e 30 miles (50 k m)                Ra ng e b el ow 30 m iles (50 km)Sh...
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  1. 1. VAUXHALL Zafira Owner’s Manual
  2. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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

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