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Trabajo de inglés 2


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Trabajo Final Electridad y electrónica

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Trabajo de inglés 2

  1. 1. Trabajo de inglésCefit- electricidad & electrónica automotriz. 1. Juan Camilo Andres Arias 2. Santiago Amortegui 3. Santiago Alfonso 4. Luis Fernando Quintero Florez
  3. 3. Key card • lock or unlock the doors and tailgate (doors, trunk) and the fuel filler flap • automatic shutdown of the electric windows and sunroof. engine startIts use is outstanding, used to lock or unlock the front door and left the tailgate when thecard can not work RENAULT:- vehicle located in a high electromagnetic radiation;- Use of devices that operate on the same frequency as the card;- Wear RENAULT card battery, battery ...Once inside the vehicle and using the security key, enter the RENAULT card in the cardreader to boot.Replacement or additional need RENAULT card• In case of loss, or if you want another card RENAULT, contact your RENAULT exclusively.• When replacing RENAULT card, you must take the vehicle and all its cards RENAULT RENAULTan Agent to initialize the array.• You can use up to four cards per vehicle RENAULT.RENAULT card failure. Make sure you have a battery in good condition, its duration is approximately two years.Remote lock / unlockFrom insideThe contactor simultaneously operates the doors, boot and fuel cap.If aabriente (door or trunk) is open or not closed, there is a lock / unlock the doors and tailgate fast.When transporting objects with an open abriente: with engine stopped, exerts a pressure of more thanfive seconds on the contactor to lock the other doors and tailgate.
  4. 4. responsibilityconductorNever leave yourvehicle with the cardRENAULT inside and leavinga child in the vehicle(or a pet). In effect, thesecould start the engine orto operate the equipmentelectrical (windows), andwould risk crushing apart of your body (neck, arm,hands ...). There is a risk of serious injuries.child safetyVehicles equipped with control contactor built• Press switch to condemn the rear door opening and operation of the rear windows.• The warning light built into the contactor confirms deadlocking.other cases• To preclude opening the rear doors from inside, press the switch 4, the integrated indicator lights.• It is still possible to open from the outside.
  5. 5. Anti bootSystemPrevents starting of the vehicle to any person who does not have the vehicle RENAULT cardThe vehicle is automatically protected after a few seconds off the ignition.Operating Principle• When starting the engine, the light comes on solid for a few seconds then goes out.• If the code is not recognized, the card reader blinks rapidly, the vehicle will not start. witnesses WitnessVehicleProtectionAfter turning off the engine, the light flashes, the vehicle is protected.
  6. 6. Witness malfunctionAfter a tentative start, if the witness continues to flash or remains on steady, indicating a system malfunction.Any intervention orsystem modificationimmobilizer (electronic boxes,wiring, etc.)can be dangerous. It must beperformed by qualified personnelRENAULT NetworkHeadrestsTo raise the headrest slide it up to the desired height.To lower the head restraint forward Press the tab and attach the headrest in its descent to the desired height.
  7. 7. To fix the inclination Depending on the vehicle, move or close until the desiredcomfort.To raise the headrest slide it up to the desired height.To lower the head restraint forward Press the tab and attach the headrest in its descent to the desired height.To fix the inclination Depending on the vehicle, move or close until the desired comfort.The headrest is an elementsafety, soyou have to watch your presenceand correct positioning:the distance between theirhead and the head restraint should beminimum, the top of the head restraintshould be as close as possibleoftheupperhead.Use positionRaise the head restraint to the maximum and then lower it into the lock.Press the tab to remove it and then removethe headrest.Enter To place the rods into the holes, press tab 1 and lower the headrest.
  8. 8. Storage positionPress tab and fully lower the headrest.The position of the head restraint is fully lowered storage position: should not be used when a seat isoccupied.The headrest is an elementsafety, so you have to watch your presence and proper placementTo move forward or backwardRaise the side door handle to unlock. In the chosen position, release the handle and make sure it is properly locked.To tilt the seatback Lift the center console side handle and tilt the seatback to the desired position.To adjust the height of the drivers seat cushion:Operate the lever 2 as many times as necessary:- Up to increase the cushion;- Down to lower the cushion.
  9. 9. To regulate the seat comfortthe drivers lumbar height:Operate the knurledFor safety reasons,Make any adjustmentsWith the vehicleStationaryHeated seatsWith the ignition on, move the desired seat contactor. A message on the instrument panel or a light built into thecontactor is turned on.To avoid compromising the effectivenessbeltsafety, we recommendthat fits well thebelt over his shoulder.Check that the backreststhe seats are properly locked.Nothing should be subjecton the floor (area in front ofconductor): in a quick stopsharp, objects may slideunder the pedal to preventuse. SeatbeltsTo ensure your safety belt use in all your travels. You must also comply with local laws in the country where youare.Before starting appropriate:- First to the adjustment of the driving position,- Then adjust the seat belt properly for maximum protection.Adjusting the driving position• Sit back against the back of his seat (having removed your coat or jacket ...). It is essential for thecorrect positioning of the back.• Adjust the distance between the seat and the pedals. Your seat should be back Lomas possible, but sothat you can step on the clutch pedal.The backrest should be adjusted so that your arms are slightly cramped.
  10. 10. • Adjust the position of your headrest.For maximum security, the height of the top of the headrest must be at the same height as the head.• Adjust the height of the curb.This setting allows you to optimize your driving vision.• Adjust the steering wheel position.Adjusting the seat beltsLean against the seatback.Shoulder strap must be as close as possible to the base of the neck, but not on it.The lap strap should be placed flat on the thighs and against the pelvis.The belt should be worn as directly as possible to your body.For example: avoid excessively thick clothes, interspersed objects, etc..A safety beltcan maladjustedcause serious injuryin case of accident.Even pregnant womenmust wear seat belts.In this case we must be carefulthat the lap beltDo not pushtoo hard on thelower belly without creatingadditionalslack.Belt height adjustmentsecurity
  11. 11. Use button to select the seat belt height adjustment, so that the upper belt passes as indicated above:- To lose the belt, push the knob 3 and simultaneously lower the belt;- To increase the belt, push the 3 upwards.Once the adjustment, make sure that it is securely locked.blockadeUnroll the tape slowly and without jerks and make sure the hook is stuck in the box (check the lock bypulling the hook). If the tape is locked before pushing the hook, let it widely and roll back again.If your belt is completely jammed:- Pull motion, but strongly tape to remove approximately 3 cm;- Then let the belt itself is collected;- Unwind it again;- If the problem persists, contact your RENAULT Dealer.unlockPress the button on the box, the belt is retrieved by the winder.Accompany the hook to facilitate this operation. Rearseatsbelts
  12. 12. Center rear beltSlowly remove the tape from its housing.Click buckle sliding in the corresponding red box.Belts ycentral rear outboardThe locking, unlocking and adjustment is made the same way as for the front seatbelts.Always check thegood positioning andfunctioningseatbeltsafter the rear handlerear bench.FRONT BELT devices in addition toThe following information applies to belts front and rear of the vehicle.They should not make changes to the items restraint system fitted originally beltsand seats or their anchorages.The specific cases (eg installation of a child seat) contact your RENAULT Dealer.• Do not use devices that allow games forming belts (examples: clothespins, clips, etc..) As a seat belt too loose cancause damage in a crash.• Never wear the shoulder belt under the arm or behind the back.• Do not use the same belt paramas a person and never hold a baby or child on his knees with his own belt.• The belt must not be twisted.• After a serious accident, then replace the belts were mounted at the time. Moreover, replace your seat belts if theyshow signs of degradation.• Sliding rear bench, be sure to place the seat belt properly for proper operation.• Circulating, if necessary, readjust the position and belt tension.• Insert the belt clip into the appropriate box.FRONT BELT devices in addition toThey consist of:_ Buckle pretensioners,_ Pretensioners ventral_ Limiters chest,_ Driver and passenger front airbags. These systems are designed to work separately ortogether in the event of frontal collisions.Depending on the level of impact force, the system can trigger:- Locking the safety belt;
  13. 13. - The buckle pretensioner (activated to correct seat belt slack);- The lap belt pretensioner for holding the occupant in his seat, the front airbag "smallvolume" and pressure limiters;- The front airbag large volume.PretensionersWith the ignition in a severe frontal impact and as the violence of the shock, the system can trigger:- The piston retracts instantly the belt;- Piston 2 in the front seats.The pretensioners hold the belt to the body, holding the occupant in his seat and increase itseffectiveness.After an accident,then check the setof the retaining means.• Work on the systemFull (pretensioners, airbags,electronic boxes, wiring)or reuse inany other vehicle, evenis identical, is rigorouslyprohibited.• To avoid untimely activatedto cause damage,staff onlyqualified RENAULT Networkis authorized to work onpretensioners and airbags.• The control featureselectrical ignition systemshould not be made more thanby a speciallyformed and using unmaterialadapted.• When scrapping thevehicle, contact an AgentTo remove the generator RENAULTgas and pretensionersthe airbags.
  14. 14. Airbag driver and passengerFitted to the front seats on the driver and passenger.An identification "Airbag" on the steering wheel, the dashboard (airbagA area) and at the bottom of thewindshield will recall the presence of this equipment.Each airbag system consists of:- An air bag and gas generator mounted on the steering wheel for the driver and the passengerdashboard;- A common intelligent electronics box including an impact sensor and monitoring system whichactivates the electrical ignition of the gas generator;- A single indicator light in the instrument panel;- An advanced front sensor complete this device.The air bag system uses a principlepyrotechnic, which explainsthat produce heat when deployed,smoke (this does not mean aoutbreak of fire) and generate adetonation noise. deploymentan airbag which must be immediate,can cause minor damagereversible surfaceskin.The air bag system uses a principlepyrotechnic, Which ExplainsThat produces heat When deployed,smoke (this does not mean to
  15. 15. outbreak of fire) and generate adetonation noise. deploymentWhich must be an immediate airbag,can cause minor damagereversible surfaceskin.MalfunctionsWitness 1 lights on the instrument panel when the ignition and goes out after a few seconds.If it comes on when the ignition is turned on or if the engine is running, there is a system failure.See as soon as possible with a RENAULT Dealer. Any delay with respect to such a measure may resultin a loss in the efficiency of the protection.All warnings are intended to give not to prevent airbag deployment and to avoid serious damage byitems during its opening.Warnings concerning the drivers airbag• Do not modify neither the wheel nor his cushion.• It is forbidden to cover the steering wheel boss.• Do not attach any objects (badge, logo, clock, telephone holder, ...) on the pad.• remove the flywheel is prohibited (except to qualified RENAULT Network).• Do not drive too close to the steering wheel, the driving position taken with arms slightly bent (see paragraph"Adjusting your driving position" in Chapter 1). Le sufficient space for a correct deployment and effectiveness ofthe bag.Warnings concerning the passenger air bag• Do not attach or glue any objects (badge, logo, clock, telephone holder, ...) on the dashboard, in the area of theairbag.• Do not place anything between the dashboard and the passenger (animal, umbrella, cane, packages ...).• Do not place your feet on the dashboard or seat as these positions can cause serious injury. In general, keep awayany part of the body (knees, hands, head ...) dashboard.• To ensure passenger protection in a crash, passenger airbags reactive as they remove the child seat.IT IS FORBIDDEN TO INSTALL A CHILD SEAT WITH LOOKING BACK ON THE ROADIF front passenger seat restraints ADDITION TO BELTFRONT PASSENGER NO previously disabled.side airbagsIt is an airbag that equips each front seat and, by country, the rear side and is deployed from the side ofthe seat (door side) in order to protect occupants in the event of a severe side impact.Clefts of thefront seatbacks (sidedoor) and the space
  16. 16. between backrestthe rear bench seat and trimcorrespond to the areadeployment of the airbag isintroducing prohibited objectssaid zone.curtain airbagsIt is an airbag that equips each upper side of the vehicle and is deployed along the front and rear sidewindows in order to protect occupants in the event of a severe side impact.Warnings affectingthe side air bag• Placing covers:equipped seatsairbag require covers specificallyfor your vehicle. Seeyour RENAULTto see if such cases existin RENAULT Boutique. employmentany other type ofcover (or covers specificallyfor other vehicle) could affectthe proper functioning ofThese airbags, thereby affectingtheir safety.• Do not put any accessories, objectsor even pets betweenback, the door and theinteriors. Norshould cover the seatbackwith items such as clothing oraccessories. This could affect thecorrect operation of the airbagor cause injury when deployed.• must not be removed or modifiedor seat coveringsinterior, except the staffqualified RENAULT Network.The use of restraints for infants and children is regulated.In Europe, children under 10 must be secured by an approved device mandatory and adapted to the weight and sizeof the child.The driver is responsible for the proper use of these devices.Devices approved since January 1992 offer a level of security than those approved before this date.It is therefore advisable to choose a device approved according to the European ECE 44.These devices contain a mandatory orange label with a letter E followed by a number (the country to which theapproval) and the year of approval.See the booklet "Child Safety Equipment» RENAULT available online to choose the seat suited to your child andrecommended for your vehicle.Know that a crash at 50 km / h representsa fall of 10 meters.Put another way, not restrain
  17. 17. equivalent to letting a child play ona balcony on the third floor withoutbaluster.Babies and young childrenshould in no case betransported on kneesoccupantvehicle.In a frontal collision50 km / h, a 30-kg child becomesa projectile of a ton:will be impossible to hold,even if you are subject.It is also particularly dangerousrestrain the child with beltwhen sitting on theirknees. Never use a singlebelt for restraining twoat once.Babies and young childrenshould in no case betransported on kneesoccupantvehicle.In a frontal collision50 km / h, a 30-kg child becomesa projectile of a ton:will be impossible to hold,even if you are subject.It is also particularly dangerousrestrain the child with beltwhen sitting on theirknees. Never use a singlebelt for restraining two
  18. 18. at once.Until two years, the childs neck is very fragile. Preferably, place your child in a cute and looking back to the road.This position reinforcestheir safety.Between 2 and 4 years, the pelvis is not sufficiently formed to be properly secured by cinturónde three points of thevehicle and the child is at risk of abdominal injury in a frontal crash.Therefore, use a bucket seat that allows secure your child through a harness or absorbent tray.To avoid risks that may affect their safety, have specific use accessories approved by RENAULT that are tailored toyour vehicle and you are the only guaranteed by RENAULT.
  19. 19. To properly secure a childs pelvis dehasta 10 years with a height of less than 1.36 m and weighing less than 36 kg,use preferably a seat cushion with tape guides so that the three-point belt of the vehicle remains flat on the childsthighs.To attach the belt as close to the neck, but not on it, we suggest a supplement} with height-adjustable backrest and abelt guide.Place the head restraints in the high position, or remove it if necessary, in order to properly support the back of thechild seat in the back seat of the vehicle.When using a supplement without a backrest, headrest of the vehicle shall be regulated according to the childsheight, the top of the head restraint should be at the same height as the top of the childs head and should never beplaced on below the height of the eyes.CHILD SAFETY•Nochanges should be made in the elements of the system fitted originally belts and seats and their mountings.• Follow the instructions precisely in the assembly manual restraint manufacturer.• Avoid wearing bulky clothing and objects sandwiched between the child and the retainer.• The seat belt should be taut, to show solidarity lomejor possible the child seat to the vehicle.Regularly check the tension.• Never wear the shoulder belt under the arm or behind the back.• Harness or belt must be securely tightened and as close as possible to the childs body.• Never let your child stand or kneel on the seat while driving.• Make sure the child is in the correct position for the ride, especially if you are asleep.• Secure the seat with a seat belt, even if that seat was not occupied, in a crash, can be a projectile to occupants.• After a serious accident, please verify fixing belts or Isofix seat and change your child seat.• Never leave a child unattended in a vehicle, even if it is installed on your fastener.• Turn the locking system of the rear doors (if your car has them).• Take care that the child does not get off the vehicle on the side facing the roadway.• Set a good example for your children getting the belt. Time &outdoortemperatureWith the ignition on and the time is displayed, depending on the vehicle, the outside temperature.Start the clockFor vehicles that are equipped, the adjustment buttons are used to set the clock.Press the button to set the hours and the button to adjust the minutes.Outside temperature indicatorSpecial feature:When the outside temperature is between -3 ° C and +3 ° C, the characters ° C flash (indicating risk of ice).
  20. 20. Outside temperature indicatorIce formation depends on the time of exposure, local air humidity and temperature, so that the outside temperatureindication is not sufficient, alone, to detect ice.4. Instructions for operating Dashboard The Areas A, B, D, are detailed bellowZone A The witness Advised next visit your dealer to RENAULT. The witness was essential to stop and immediate support traffic conditions. If no information on the instrument panel, Impose an immediate stop support traffic conditions. Note: The ignition of certain witnesses comes with a message
  21. 21. In the dashboardInstrument PanelThe presence and operation of the warning and indicator lights described belowdepend the vehicle and the country.A Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) Warning lightIf comes on when the engine is started then goes out. If it comes on when youare indicates a fault in the ABS.B Airbag warning lightIf comes on when the engine is started then goes out. If it comes on when youare indicates a fault in the Airbag.C Indicator light for Electronic stability program (ESP) and TractionControl system (ASR)If it comes on when you are indicates a fault in the Airbag.See rapidlywithRENAULT Dealer.D Front fog lightE Rear fog lightF dipped beam headlightZone BA Battery charger indicator light
  22. 22. It indicates that the electrical circuits is overcharged or undercharged stop and have the circuit checked. B handbrake or brake circuit fault warning light It indicates the fluid level in the circuit is low or that there is the breaking system fault. C oil pressure warning light Check the oil level, if the oil level is normal, it is caused by something else. Zone D The computer and warning system 21. Trip Computer and warning system This displays the following information on the instruments panel display Information messages (journey parameters Etc.) The operating fault messages (Generally linked to the warning light)
  23. 23. Warning messages (linked to the warning light)2. Display selection key Scroll trough the following information by brief successive presses. Total mileage and trip mileage recorder. Journey parameters Fuel used Average fuel consumption Current fuel consumption Estimated range Distance travelled Average speed Mileage before service Programmed speed Computer log: a record of information messages and operating fault messages stored by the computer.
  24. 24. Climate control
  25. 25. Controls 1. Clear view button to demist and de-ice the windows. 2. Clear view function indicator light 3. Switching the air conditioning on and off 4. Air temperature adjustment (cool) 5. Display 6. Switching automating mode on and off 7. Air temperature adjustment (hot) 8. Air distribution adjustment for the passenger compartment (Up) 9. Ventilation speed adjustment (-) 10. Air distribution adjustment for the passenger compartment(down) 11. Ventilation speed adjustment (+) 12. Heated rear screen and heated door mirrors (depending on vehicle) 13. Heated rear screen indicator light 14. Air recirculation control5. Service and maintenanceEngine oil levelReading the oil level on the Dipstick Take out the dipstick Wipe the dipstick using a clean, lint free cloth. Push the dipstick in as far as it will go Take out the dipstick again Read the oil level again. It should never fall below the minimum oil level (A) or exceed the maximum oil level (B)
  26. 26. Fuses If Electrical equipment does not work, check the condition the fuses. Open cover (under the steering wheel or in the glove box). To identify the fuses, refer to the fuse allocation sticker (shown in the following page).Correct Incorrect Remove the fuse Using Tweezers (3) located on the fuse box To remove the fuse from the tweezers, slide the fuse to the side. It is not advisable to use the free fuse locations.
  27. 27. Check the fuse in question and replace it if necessary whit a fuse of the same rating. If you fit an over-rated fuse, it may cause the electrical circuit to overheat (risk of fire) in the event of an item of equipment drawing an excessive current.Organizar de esta formaEn arial títulos en negrita y un poco masgrandeUsuary Guide for ElectricityMembersVehicle
  28. 28. Brand1.Sumary2.Security and comfort3.Instruments and controls4.Instructions for operating5. Service and maintenance* 2 or 3 aspects for item* Make diagrams* Important aspects* Printed and file* Ringed