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  1. 1. Contents Before driving Introduction 2 Instrumentation 6 Controls and features 27 Seating and safety restraints 119 Starting and driving Starting 163 Driving 167 Roadside emergencies 185 Servicing Maintenance and care 208 Capacities and specifications 257 Customer assistance 264 Reporting safety defects 277 Index 278All rights reserved. Reproduction by any means, electronic or mechanical includingphotocopying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval system or translationin whole or part is not permitted without written authorization from Ford Motor Company.Ford may change the contents without notice and without incurring obligation.Copyright © 2000 Ford Motor Company 1
  2. 2. IntroductionThe following warning may be required by California law:CALIFORNIA Proposition 65 Warning WARNING: Engine exhaust, some of its constituents, and certain vehicle components contain or emit chemicals known tothe State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or otherreproductive harm. In addition, certain fluids contained in vehicles andcertain products of component wear contain or emit chemicals knownto the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or otherreproductive harm.ICONSIndicates a safety alert. Read thefollowing section on Warnings.Indicates vehicle information relatedto recycling and otherenvironmental concerns will follow.Correct vehicle usage and theauthorized disposal of wastecleaning and lubrication materials are significant steps towardsprotecting the environment.Indicates a message regarding childsafety restraints. Refer to Seatingand safety restraints for moreinformation.Indicates that this Owner Guidecontains information on this subject.Please refer to the Index to locatethe appropriate section which willprovide you more information.2
  3. 3. IntroductionWARNINGSWarnings provide information which may reduce the risk of personalinjury and prevent possible damage to others, your vehicle and itsequipment.BREAKING-IN YOUR VEHICLEThere are no particular breaking-in rules for your vehicle. During thefirst 1 600 km (1 000 miles) of driving, vary speeds frequently. This isrecommended to give the moving parts a chance to break in.INFORMATION ABOUT THIS GUIDEThe information found in this guide was in effect at the time of printing.Ford may change the contents without notice and without incurringobligation.EMISSION WARRANTYThe New Vehicle Limited Warranty includes Bumper to BumperCoverage, Safety Restraint Coverage, Corrosion Coverage, and 7.3LPower Stroke Diesel Engine Coverage. In addition, your vehicle is eligiblefor Emissions Defect and Emissions Performance Warranties. For adetailed description of what is covered and what is not covered, refer tothe Warranty Guide that is provided to you along with your Owner’sGuide. 3
  4. 4. IntroductionThese are some of the symbols you may see on your vehicle. Vehicle Symbol GlossarySafety Alert See Owner’s GuideFasten Safety Belt Air Bag-FrontAir Bag-Side Child SeatChild Seat Installation Child Seat TetherWarning AnchorageBrake System Anti-Lock Brake SystemBrake Fluid - Traction ControlNon-Petroleum BasedMaster Lighting Switch Hazard Warning FlasherFog Lamps-Front Fuse CompartmentFuel Pump Reset Windshield Wash/WipeWindshield Rear WindowDefrost/Demist Defrost/DemistPower Windows Power Window LockoutFront/Rear4
  5. 5. Introduction Vehicle Symbol Glossary Interior LuggageChild Safety Door Compartment ReleaseLock/Unlock SymbolPanic Alarm Engine Oil Engine CoolantEngine Coolant TemperatureDo Not Open When Hot BatteryAvoid Smoking, Flames, Battery Acidor SparksExplosive Gas Fan Warning MAX Maintain Correct FluidPower Steering Fluid MIN LevelEmission System Engine Air FilterPassenger Compartment JackAir FilterCheck fuel cap 5
  6. 6. Instrumentation Instrument cluster (pg. 8) Gearshift (includes O/D OFF control) (pg. 174) Turn signal control Driver air bag (pg. 82) Wiper/washer (pg. 144) control (pg. 82) Instrument panel dimmer control (pg. 28) Traction control* (pg. 169) Headlamp Speed control Advanced tire (pg. 79) control warning control (pg. 27) (pg. 231)6
  7. 7. Instrumentation Reverse sensing system* (pg. 75)Message center controls* (pg. 17) Audio system (pg. 39) Climate control system (pg. 29)Power adjustable pedals* (pg. 78) * if equipped 7
  8. 8. InstrumentationWARNING LIGHTS AND CHIMES O/D OFF 4 5 6 60 3 40 80 TEMP H F FUEL TRAC ACTIVE 7 80 BRAKE 120 2 TRAC OFF 20 40 100 160 E 1 RPMX1000 THEFT MPH km/h 200 120 miSome Warning Lights will show in the cluster equipped with a MessageCenter as words.Low fuelIlluminates as an early reminder of alow fuel condition indicated on thefuel gauge (refer to Fuel gauge inthis chapter for more information).When refueling, after the lightcomes on, the amount of fuel that is added will be less than theadvertised capacity since there is fuel still in the tank. The ignition mustbe in the ON position for this lamp to illuminate. The lamp will alsoilluminate for several seconds after the ignition is turned to the ONposition regardless of the fuel level to ensure your bulb is working.Charging systemIlluminates when the ignition isturned to the ON position and theengine is off. The light alsoilluminates when the battery is notcharging properly, requiring electrical system service.Traction Control active (if equipped)Momentarily illuminates when the TRACignition is turned to the ON position.It also illuminates when the Traction ACTIVEControl system begins applying andreleasing the brakes and adjusting the engine characteristics to limit a8
  9. 9. Instrumentationwheelspin condition. It will be lit for a minimum of four seconds or for theduration of the Traction Control event.For more information, refer to the Driving chapter.Traction Control off light (if equipped)Momentarily illuminates when the TRACignition is turned to ON position andilluminates when the Traction OFFControl system has been disabled(by the driver or as a result of a system failure). For more information,refer to the Driving chapter.Safety beltMomentarily illuminates when theignition is turned to the ON positionto remind you to fasten your safetybelts. For more information, refer tothe Seating and safety restraintschapter.Anti-theft systemRefer to SecuriLock passiveanti-theft system in the Controlsand features chapter. THEFTTurn signalIlluminates when the left or rightturn signal or the hazard lights areturned on. If one or both of theindicators stay on continuously orflash faster, check for a burned-outturn signal bulb. Refer to Bulbs in the Maintenance and care chapter. 9
  10. 10. InstrumentationAnti-lock brake system (ABS)Momentarily illuminates when theignition is turned to the ON positionto ensure the circuit is functional. If ABSthe light remains on or fails toilluminate, have the system servicedimmediately. With the ABS light on, the anti-lock brake system isdisabled and normal braking is still effective unless the brake warninglight also remains illuminated with the parking brake released.Air bag readinessMomentarily illuminates when theignition is turned ON. If the lightfails to illuminate, continues to flashor remains on, have the systemserviced immediately.High beamsIlluminates when the high beamheadlamps are turned on.Engine oil pressureMomentarily illuminates when theignition is turned to the ON positionand the engine is off. Illuminateswhen the oil pressure falls below the normal range. Stop the vehicle assoon as safely possible and switch off the engine immediately. Check theoil level and add oil if needed. Refer to Engine oil in the Maintenanceand care chapter.Brake system warningMomentarily illuminates when theignition is turned to the ON position BRAKEto ensure the circuit is functional. !Also illuminates if the parking brakeis engaged. If the brake warninglamp does not illuminate at these times, or remains on after releasing theparking brake, seek service immediately.10
  11. 11. InstrumentationOne of the following conditions may exist:• low brake fluid level in the reservoir.• Brake force distribution system failure. The ABS light will also illuminate if this condition is present.O/D offIlluminates when the TransmissionControl Switch (TCS), refer to O/DOverdrive control in the Controls OFFand Features chapter, has beenpushed turning the transmission overdrive function OFF. When the lightis on, the transmission does not operate in the overdrive mode, refer tothe Driving chapter for transmission function and operation.The light may also flash steadily if a transmission malfunction isdetected. If the light does not come on when the Transmission ControlSwitch is depressed or if the light flashes steadily, have your vehicleserviced as soon as possible, damage to the transmission could occur.Check engineYour vehicle is equipped with acomputer that monitors the engine’semission control system. Thissystem is commonly known as theOn Board Diagnostics System (OBD II). This OBD II system protects theenvironment by ensuring that your vehicle continues to meetgovernment emission standards. The OBD II system also assists theservice technician in properly servicing your vehicle.The Check Engine indicator light illuminates when the ignition is firstturned to the ON position to check the bulb. If it comes on after theengine is started, one of the engine’s emission control systems may bemalfunctioning. The light may illuminate without a driveability concernbeing noted. The vehicle will usually be drivable and will not requiretowing.What you should do if the check engine light illuminatesLight turns on solid:This means that the OBD II system has detected a malfunction. 11
  12. 12. InstrumentationTemporary malfunctions may cause your Check Engine light toilluminate. Examples are:1. The vehicle has run out of fuel. (The engine may misfire or runpoorly.)2. Poor fuel quality or water in the fuel.3. The fuel cap may not have been properly installed and securelytightened.These temporary malfunctions can be corrected by filling the fuel tankwith high quality fuel of the recommended octane and/or properlyinstalling and securely tightening the gas cap. After three driving cycleswithout these or any other temporary malfunctions present, the CheckEngine light should turn off. (A driving cycle consists of a cold enginestartup followed by mixed city/highway driving.) No additional vehicleservice is required.If the Check Engine light remains on, have your vehicle serviced at thefirst available opportunity.Light is blinking:Engine misfire is occurring which could damage your catalytic converter.You should drive in a moderate fashion (avoid heavy acceleration anddeceleration) and have your vehicle serviced at the first availableopportunity. Under engine misfire conditions, excessive exhaust temperatures could damage the catalytic converter, the fuel system, interiorfloor coverings or other vehicle components, possibly causing a fire.Check fuel capMomentarily illuminates when theignition is turned to the ON position CHECKto ensure your bulb is working. FUELWhen this light turns on, check the CAPfuel filler cap. Continuing to operatethe vehicle with the check fuel caplight on, can activate the Service Engine Soon/Check Engine warninglight. When the fuel filler cap is properly re-installed, the light(s) willturn off after a period of normal driving. This period will vary dependingon driving conditions.12
  13. 13. InstrumentationIt may take a long period of time for the system to detect animproperly installed fuel filler cap.For more information, refer to Fuel filler cap in the Maintenance andcare chapter.Door ajarIlluminates when the ignition is inthe ON position and any door isopen. It may also momentarilyilluminate after the engine is startedand all doors are closed.Bulb WarningIlluminates when the ignition is inthe ON position and one of theexterior bulbs has burned out.Low washer fluidIlluminates when the ignition isturned to the ON position and whenthe windshield washer fluid is low.Low tire warningIlluminates for approximately threeseconds when the ignition is turnedto the ON position to indicate thelow tire warning system is enabled.If the light remains on while driving,the tire pressures should be checked. Refer to Low tire warning in theMaintenance and care chapter.Safety belt warning chimeSounds to remind you to fasten your safety belts.For information on the safety belt warning chime, refer to the Seatingand safety restraints chapter. 13
  14. 14. InstrumentationBelt minder chimeSounds intermittently to remind you to fasten your safety belts.For information on the safety belt minder chime, refer to the Seatingand safety restraints chapter.Supplemental restraint system (SRS) warning chimeFor information on the SRS warning chime, refer to the Seating andsafety restraints chapter.Key-in-ignition warning chimeSounds when the key is left in the ignition in the OFF/LOCK or ACCposition and the driver’s door is opened.Headlamps on warning chimeSounds when the headlamps or parking lamps are on, the ignition is off(and the key is not in the ignition) and the driver’s door is opened.Turn signal chimeSounds when the turn signal lever has been activated to signal a turnand not turned off after the vehicle is driven more than 0.8 km (1/2mile).GAUGES O/D OFF 4 5 6 60 3 40 80 TEMP H F FUEL TRAC ACTIVE 7 80 BRAKE 120 2 TRAC OFF 20 40 100 160 E 1 RPMX1000 THEFT MPH km/h 200 120 mi14
  15. 15. InstrumentationFuel gaugeDisplays approximately how muchfuel is in the fuel tank (when thekey is in the ON position). The fuel F FUELgauge may vary slightly when thevehicle is in motion or afterrefueling. The ignition should be in Ethe OFF position while the vehicle isbeing refueled. When the gauge firstindicates empty, there is a smallamount of reserve fuel in the tank. When refueling the vehicle from anempty indication, the amount of fuel that can be added will be less thanthe advertised capacity due to the reserve fuel.TachometerIndicates the engine speed inrevolutions per minute. 5 6 4Driving with your tachometer 3 7pointer continuously at the top of 2the scale may damage the engine. 1 RPMX1000SpeedometerIndicates the current vehicle speed. 60 40 80 80 120 20 40 100 160 MPH km/h 200 120 15
  16. 16. InstrumentationEngine coolant temperature gaugeIndicates the temperature of theengine coolant. At normal operating TEMP Htemperature, the needle remainswithin the normal area (the areabetween the “H” and “C”). If itenters the red section, the engine isoverheating. Stop the vehicle assoon as safely possible, switch offthe engine immediately and let theengine cool. Refer to Engine coolant in the Maintenance and carechapter. Never remove the coolant reservoir cap while the engine is running or hot.This gauge indicates the temperature of the engine coolant, not thecoolant level. If the coolant is not at its proper level the gauge indicationwill not be accurate.OdometerRegisters the total kilometers(miles) of the vehicle. miTrip odometerRegisters up to 1 600 kilometers (1000 miles) of individual journeys. Todisplay, depress the control. Toreset, depress and hold the controlfor 2 seconds. To set back to tripodometer, depress the control again. mi16
  17. 17. InstrumentationMESSAGE CENTER (IF EQUIPPED)With the ignition in the ON position, km/hthe message center, located on your 200120instrument cluster, displaysimportant vehicle informationthrough a constant monitor ofvehicle systems. You may selectdisplay features on the messagecenter for a display of status preceded by a brief indicator chime. Thesystem will also notify you of potential vehicle problems with a display ofsystem warnings followed by a long indicator chime.Selectable featuresInfo menuThis control displays the followingcontrol displays:• Compass/Outside Temperature INFO• Distance to Empty SETUP• Average Fuel Economy• Trip Elapsed Drive Time RESET• Display On/OffSetup menuPress this control for the following displays:• Language• Units (English/Metric)• System Check• Single/Dual Display ModeResetPress this control to select and reset functions shown in the INFO menuand SETUP menu.Language1. Select this function from theSETUP menu for the currentlanguage to be displayed. 17
  18. 18. Instrumentation2. Pressing the RESET controlcycles the message center througheach of the language choices.3. Press and hold the RESETcontrol to set the language choice.Units (English/Metric)1. Select this function from theSETUP menu for the current unitsto be displayed. >2. Press the RESET control tochange from English to Metric.System checkSelecting this function from theSETUP menu causes the messagecenter to cycle through each of thesystems being monitored. For eachof the monitored systems, themessage center will indicate either an OK message or a warning messagefor three seconds.Pressing the RESET control cycles the message center through each ofthe systems being monitored.The sequence of the system check report is as follows:1. oil life in XX%2. charging system3. washer fluid level4. brake fluid level5. doors closed (driver and passenger side). This message can only bereset by closing the door(s). If the RESET control is pressed, PLEASECLOSE DOOR will be displayed.6. rear liftgate status7. exterior lamps (headlamps, front turn, brake, tail and cornering/siderepeater lamp status)18
  19. 19. Instrumentation8. Traction Control or AdvanceTrac (if equipped)9. fuel level10. distance to emptySingle/Dual Display Mode1. Select this function from theSETUP menu for the current displaymode. >2. Press the RESET control tochange from the Single to the Dualdisplay.System warningsSystem warnings alert you to possible problems or malfunctions in yourvehicle’s operating systems.In the event of a multiple warning situation, the message center willcycle the display to show all warnings by displaying each one for 4seconds.The message center will display the last selected feature if there are nomore warning messages. This allows you to use the full functionality ofthe message center after you acknowledge the warning by pressing theRESET control and clearing the warning message.Warning messages that have been reset are divided into two categories:• They will reappear on the display ten minutes from the reset.• They will not reappear until an ignition OFF-ON cycle has been completed.This acts as a reminder that these warning conditions still exist withinthe vehicle.Driver’s door ajar Warning cannotPassenger door ajar be resetDriver rear door ajarPassenger rear door ajarCheck charging system Warning returnsTransmission overheated after 10 minutesCheck transmissionLow fuel level 19
  20. 20. InstrumentationLiftgate ajar Warning returnsLow brake fluid level after the ignitionCheck tail lamps key is turnedCheck headlamps from OFF to ONCheck rear turn lampsCheck front turn lampsCheck cornering/side repeater lamps (if equipped)Change oil soonOil change requiredCheck traction control (if equipped)Check advancetrac (if equipped)Low washer fluidCheck turn signal on reminderDRIVER’S DOOR AJAR. Displayed when the driver’s door is notcompletely closed.PASSENGER DOOR AJAR. Displayed when the passenger side door isnot completely closed.DRIVER’S REAR DOOR AJAR. Displayed when the driver’s rear dooris not completely closed.PASSENGER REAR DOOR AJAR. Displayed when the passenger siderear door is not completely closed.LIFTGATE AJAR. Displayed when the liftgate is not completely closed.CHECK CHARGING SYSTEM. Displayed when the electrical system isnot maintaining proper voltage. If you are operating electrical accessorieswhen the engine is idling at a low speed, turn off as many of theelectrical loads as soon as possible. If the warning stays on or comes onwhen the engine is operating at normal speeds, have the electricalsystem checked as soon as possible.LOW FUEL LEVEL. Displayed as an early reminder of a low fuelcondition.CHECK TRANSMISSION. Indicates the transmission is not operatingproperly. If this warning stays on, contact your dealer as soon aspossible.TRANSMISSION OVERHEATED. Indicates the transmission isoverheating. This warning may appear when towing heavy loads or when20
  21. 21. Instrumentationdriving in a low gear at a high speed for an extended period of time.Stop the vehicle as soon as safely possible, turn off the engine and let itcool. Check the transmission fluid and level. Refer to Transmissionfluid in the Maintenance and care chapter. If the warning stays on orcontinues to come on, contact your dealer for transmission service assoon as possible.CHECK BRAKE LAMPS. Displayed when the brake lamps areactivated and at least one is burned out. Check the lamps as soon aspossible and have the burned out lamp replaced. The center high-mountbrakelamp is not monitored.CHECK HEADLAMPS. Displayed when the headlamps are activatedand at least one is burned out. Check the lamps as soon as possible andhave the burned out lamp replaced. Refer to Replacing headlamp bulbsin the Maintenance and care chapter.CHECK TAIL LAMPS. Displayed when the tail lamps are activated andat least one is burned out. Check the lamps as soon as possible and havethe burned out lamp replaced.CHECK FRONT TURN LAMPS. Displayed when the turn signals areactivated and at least one is burned out. Check the lamps as soon assafely possible and have the burned out lamp replaced.CHECK REAR TURN LAMPS. Displayed when the turn signals areactivated and at least one is burned out. Check the lamps as soon aspossible and have the burned out lamp replaced.CHECK SIDE REPEATER LAMPS (if equipped). Displayed whenthe turn signals are activated and at least one is burned out. Check thelamps as soon as possible and have the burned out lamp replaced.TURN SIGNAL ON REMINDER. Displayed when the turn signal isactivated and the vehicle is driven more that 0.8 km (1/2 mile).LOW WASHER FLUID. Indicates the washer fluid reservoir is less thanone quarter full. Check the washer fluid level. Refer to Windshieldwasher fluid in the Maintenance and care chapter.CHECK TRACTION CONTROL (if equipped). Displayed when theTraction Control system is not operating properly. If this warning stayson, contact your dealer for service as soon as possible. For furtherinformation, refer to Traction control in the Driving chapter.CHECK ADVANCETRAC (if equipped). Displayed when theAdvanceTrac system is not operating properly. If this message isdisplayed on the message center the AdvanceTrac system might be 21
  22. 22. Instrumentationpartially operable. If this warning stays on while the engine is running,contact your dealer for service as soon as possible. For furtherinformation, refer to AdvanceTrac stability enhancement system inthe Driving chapter.CHANGE OIL SOON/OIL CHANGE REQUIRED. Displayed when theengine oil life remaining is 5 percent or less. When oil life left is between5% and 0%, the CHANGE OIL SOON message will be displayed. When oillife left reaches 0%, the OIL CHANGE REQUIRED message will bedisplayed.An oil change is required whenever indicated by the message center.USE ONLY RECOMMENDED ENGINE OILS.To reset the oil monitoring system to 100% after each oil change[approximately 8 000 km (5 000 miles) or 180 days] perform thefollowing:1. Press the SETUP control toaccess the System Check function.2. Press and release the RESETcontrol to display “OIL LIFE XX% %HOLD RESET NEW’’.3. Press and hold the RESETcontrol for 2 seconds to display “IFNEW OIL HOLD RESET’’.4. Press and hold the RESETcontrol to display OIL LIFE SET TO100%. Your oil life is now reset. %To reset the oil monitoring system to your personalized oil life %:1. Press the SETUP control toaccess the System Check function.22
  23. 23. Instrumentation2. Press and release the RESETcontrol to display “OIL LIFE XX% %HOLD RESET NEW’’.3. Press and hold the RESETcontrol for 2 seconds to display “IFNEW OIL HOLD RESET’’.4. Release the RESET controlmomentarily, then press RESET and %SETUP controls at the same time toactivate a service mode which willdisplay OIL LIFE XX% RESET TOALTER.5. Press RESET until you find your personalized OIL LIFE XX%.6. With your personalized OIL LIFE XX% displayed, press SETUP tocontinue the system check.DATA ERR. These messages indicate improper operation of the vehiclenetwork communication between electronic modules.• Fuel Computer• Oil life• Charging system• Door sensor• Liftgate sensor• Exterior lamps• Traction control• Washer fluid• Brake Fluid• Compass• Outside temperatureContact your dealer as soon as possible if these messages occur on aregular basis. 23
  24. 24. InstrumentationCompass display (if equipped)The compass reading may be affected when you drive near largebuildings, bridges, power lines and powerful broadcast antenna. Magneticor metallic objects placed in, on or near the vehicle may also affectcompass accuracy.Usually, when something affects the compass readings, the compass willcorrect itself after a few days of operating your vehicle in normalconditions. If the compass still appears to be inaccurate, a manualcalibration may be necessary. Refer to Compass zone/calibrationadjustment.Most geographic areas (zones) have a magnetic north compass point thatvaries slightly from the northerly direction on maps. This variation is fourdegrees between adjacent zones and will become noticeable as thevehicle crosses multiple zones. A correct zone setting will eliminate thiserror. Refer to Compass zone/calibration adjustment.Compass zone/calibration adjustmentPerform this adjustment in an open area free from steel structures andhigh voltage lines.For optimum calibration, turn off all electrical accessories (heater/airconditioning, wipers, etc.) and make sure all vehicle doors are shut.1. Turn ignition to the ON position.2. Start the engine.3. Determine your magnetic zone byreferring to the zone map.4. From Info menu, select the 1Compass/Outside Temperaturefunction. 2 15 14 3 13 4 12 11 5 6 10 7 8 924
  25. 25. Instrumentation5. Press and hold the RESETcontrol until the message centerdisplay changes to show the currentzone setting.6. Release the reset control, thenslowly press down again.7. Press the SETUP controlrepeatedly until the correct zonesetting for your geographic locationis displayed on the message center. To exit the zone setting mode pressand release the RESET control.8. Press the RESET control to startthe compass calibration function.9. Slowly drive the vehicle in acircle (less than 5 km/h [3 mph])until the CIRCLE SLOWLY TOCALIBRATE indicator changes toCALIBRATION COMPLETED. Thiswill take up to three circles to complete calibration.10. The compass is now calibrated.FUEL ECON AVGSelect this function from the INFOmenu to display your average fueleconomy in liters/100 km ormiles/gallon.If you calculate your average fueleconomy by dividing liters of fuel used by 100 kilometers traveled (milestraveled by gallons used), your figure may be different than displayed forthe following reasons:• your vehicle was not perfectly level during fill-up• differences in the automatic shut-off points on the fuel pumps at service stations• variations in top-off procedure from one fill-up to another• rounding of the displayed values to the nearest 0.1 liter (gallon) 25
  26. 26. Instrumentation1. Drive the vehicle at least 8 km (5 miles) with the speed controlsystem engaged to display a stabilized average.2. Record the highway fuel economy for future reference.It is important to press the RESET control after setting the speedcontrol to get accurate highway fuel economy readings.DIST TO EMPTY (DTE)Selecting this function from theINFO menu will give you anestimate of how far you can drivewith the fuel remaining in your tankunder normal driving conditions.Remember to turn the ignition OFF when refueling your vehicle.Otherwise, the display will not show the addition of fuel for a fewkilometers (miles).The DTE function will display LOW FUEL LEVEL and sound a tone for 1second when you have low fuel level indicated on the fuel gauge.TRIP ELAPSED DRIVE TIMESelect this function from the INFO menu to display your trip elapseddrive time and will display and accumulate when the key is in the RUNposition.1. Press the INFO control until the message center display shows theTRIP ELAPSED TIME XXXX.2. Hold the RESET control down for two seconds to clear display.DISPLAY ON/OFFSelect this function from the INFO menu to turn your message centerdisplay OFF or ON.26
  27. 27. Controls and featuresHEADLAMP CONTROLRotate the headlamp control to thefirst position to turn on the parkinglamps. Rotate to the second positionto also turn on the headlamps.Daytime running lamps (DRL) (if equipped)Turns the highbeam headlamps on with a reduced output. To activate:• the key must be in the ON position,• the headlamp control is in the OFF or Parking lamps position. Always remember to turn on your headlamps at dusk or during inclement weather. The Daytime Running Light (DRL) Systemdoes not activate your tail lamps and generally may not provideadequate lighting during these conditions. Failure to activate yourheadlamps under these conditions may result in a collision.High beamsPush forward to activate.Pull toward you to deactivate. 27
  28. 28. Controls and featuresFlash to passPull toward you to activate andrelease to deactivate.Battery saverThe battery saver will shut off the exterior lamps 10 minutes after theignition switch has been turned off and the headlamp control is in theHEADLAMP position. The system will not turn off the parking lamps ifthe headlamp control is in the PARK position. For interior lights, refer toIlluminated entry in this chapter.PANEL DIMMER CONTROLUse to adjust the brightness of theinstrument panel lighting duringheadlamp and parklamp operation.• Rotate control to full up position to turn on all interior lights.• Rotate control to next position (adjustment dial) and move up and down to adjust the instrument panel lights.• Rotate to the first or second lower detent position to turn on the instrument panel lights to full brightness.This control also has other features that are activated when any door isopened:• Rotate to full up position or next position (adjustment dial) to turn on all interior lights.• Rotate to first lower detent position to activate “sleeping baby mode” — dome lamps will remain off and only the lower lamps will illuminate.• The second lower detent position (full down) will shut off all interior lights.The dome lamp will not illuminate if the control switch is in the OFFposition.28
  29. 29. Controls and featuresAUTOLAMP CONTROL (IF EQUIPPED)The autolamp system provides light AUTOsensitive automatic on-off control ofthe exterior lights normallycontrolled by the headlamp control.The autolamp system also keeps thelights on for a fixed period of timeafter the ignition switch is turned toOFF.• To turn autolamps on, rotate the control counterclockwise.• To turn autolamps off, rotate the control clockwise to OFF.CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEMManual heating system (if equipped)Fan speed controlControls the volume of air circulatedin the vehicle. 29
  30. 30. Controls and featuresTemperature controlControls the temperature of the airflow inside the vehicle.Mode selector controlControls the direction of the airflowto the inside of the vehicle.• (Panel) — Distributes outside air through the instrument panel registers.• OFF-Outside air is shut out and the fan will not operate. For short periods of time only, use this mode to prevent undesirable odors from entering the vehicle.• (Panel and floor) — Distributes outside air through the instrument panel registers and the floor ducts.• (Floor) — Allows for maximum heating by distributing outside air through the floor ducts.• (Floor and defrost) — Distributes outside air through the windshield defroster ducts and the floor ducts.• (Defrost) — Distributes outside air through the windshield defroster ducts. It can be used to clear ice or fog from the windshield.Operating tips• In humid weather conditions, place the climate control system in before driving. This will reduce fogging on your windshield. Once the windshield has been cleared, select the desired position.• To reduce humidity buildup inside the vehicle in cold weather conditions, do not drive with the climate control system in the OFF position.30
  31. 31. Controls and features• Under normal weather conditions, your vehicle’s climate control system should be left in any position other than OFF when the vehicle is parked. This allows the vehicle to “breathe” through the outside air inlet duct.• Under snowy or dirty weather conditions, your vehicle’s climate control system should be left in the OFF position when the vehicle is parked. This allows the climate control system to be free from contamination of outside pollutants.• Do not place objects under the front seat that may interfere with the airflow to the rear seats.• Remove any snow, ice or leaves from the air intake area at the base of the windshield.• Do not place objects over the defroster outlets. These objects can block airflow and reduce your ability to see through your windshield. Avoid placing small objects on top of the instrument panel. These objects may fall down into the defroster outlets and block airflow, in addition to damaging the climate control system. Do not place objects on top of the instrument panel, as these objects may become projectiles in a collision or sudden stop. 31
  32. 32. Controls and featuresManual heating and air conditioning system (if equipped)• Manual heating and air conditioning system without rear controls (if equipped) MAX A/C A/C• Manual heating and air conditioning system with rear controls (if equipped) MAX FRONT A/C REAR OFF REAR CTL A/CFan speed controlControls the volume of air circulatedin the vehicle.32
  33. 33. Controls and featuresTemperature control MAX FRONT A/C REAR OFF REAR CTL A/CControls the temperature of the airflow for the front part of thepassenger compartment. MAX FRONT A/C REAR OFF REAR CTL A/CWith the rear fan switch on the main control set to any fan speed(except OFF), the rear temperature control:• regulates the temperature of the airflow for the rear passenger compartment.• determines the air distribution to the rear registers.The rear climate control distributes air in the following manner:• Cool air is delivered from the overhead registers.• Warm air is delivered from the lower (floor) register.• Mid-temperature range air is delivered from both the overhead and floor registers. 33
  34. 34. Controls and featuresMode selector controlThe mode selector control allows MAXyou to adjust the direction of the A/Cairflow to the front part of thepassenger compartment.The air conditioning can operate in all modes. However, the airconditioning will only function if the outside temperature is about 6°C(43°F) or higher.Since the air conditioner removes considerable moisture from the airduring operation, it is normal if clear water drips on the ground underthe air conditioner drain while the system is working and even after youhave stopped the vehicle.• MAX A/C-Uses recirculated air to cool the vehicle. MAX A/C is noisier than A/C , but more economical and will cool the inside of the vehicle faster. In this mode, the air conditioning will automatically engage if the outside temperature is about 6°C (43°F) or higher. However, the indicator will not light unless A/C is selected. If A/C was previously selected before using MAX A/C, the indicator light will remain lit. Airflow will be from the instrument panel registers. This mode can also be used to prevent undesirable odors from entering the vehicle.• (Panel)-Distributes outside air through the instrument panel registers. Heating and air conditioning capabilities are provided in this mode. Push A/C to cool the vehicle below the outside temperature.• OFF-Outside air is shut out and the fan will not operate. For short periods of time only, use this mode to prevent undesirable odors from entering the vehicle.• (Panel and floor)-Distributes outside air through the instrument panel registers and the floor ducts. Heating and air conditioning capabilities are provided in this mode. Push A/C to cool the vehicle below the outside temperature. For added customer comfort, when the temperature control knob is anywhere in between the full hot and full cold positions, the air distributed through the floor ducts will be slightly warmer than the air sent to the instrument panel registers.• (Floor)-Allows for maximum heating by distributing outside air through the floor ducts. Heating and air conditioning capabilities are provided in this mode. Push A/C to cool the vehicle below the outside temperature.34
  35. 35. Controls and features• (Floor and defrost)-Distributes outside air through the windshield defroster ducts and the floor ducts. Heating and air conditioning capabilities are provided in this mode. In this mode, the air conditioning will automatically engage if the outside temperature is about 6°C (43°F) or higher. However, the indicator will not light unless A/C is selected. If A/C was previously selected before using Floor/Defrost, the indicator light will remain lit. For added customer comfort, when the temperature control knob is anywhere in between the full hot and full cold positions, the air distributed through the floor ducts will be slightly warmer than the air sent to the windshield defrost ducts.• (Defrost)-Distributes outside air through the windshield defroster ducts. It can be used to clear ice or fog from the windshield. If the temperature is about 6°C (43°F) or higher, the air conditioner will automatically dehumidify the air to reduce fogging. However, the indicator will not light unless A/C is selected.Cooling your vehicle with outside airCooling your vehicle with air conditioned outside air is quieter but lesseconomical than using recirculated air. It also has less cooling capacity.In order to cool your vehicle using outside air:1. Turn the mode selector to , or .2. Press A/C . The indicator light next to the A/C control will illuminate.3. Slide the temperature control knob to the left.4. Turn the fan speed control to the position of your choice.During periods of high humidity, vapor may be emitted from the airoutlets when using the A/C system with outside air. This can becorrected by using MAX A/C to cool the vehicle.Operating tips• In humid weather conditions, place the climate control system in before driving. This will reduce fogging on your windshield. Once the windshield has been cleared, operate the climate control system as desired.• To reduce humidity buildup inside the vehicle in cold weather conditions, do not drive with the climate control system in the OFF or MAX A/C position.• To reduce humidity buildup inside the vehicle in warm weather conditions, do not drive with the climate control system in the OFF position. 35
  36. 36. Controls and features• Under normal weather conditions, your vehicle’s climate control system should be left in any position other than MAX A/C or OFF when the vehicle is parked. This allows the vehicle to “breathe” through the outside air inlet duct.• Under snowy or dirty weather conditions, your vehicle’s climate control system should be left in the OFF position when the vehicle is parked. This allows the climate control system to be free from contamination of outside pollutants.• If your vehicle has been parked with the windows closed during warm weather conditions, the air conditioner will perform more efficiently in cooling the vehicle if driven for two or three minutes with the windows open. This will force most of the hot, stale air out of the vehicle. Once the vehicle has been “aired out”, operate the climate control system as desired.• Do not place objects under the front seat that will interfere with the airflow to the rear seats.• Remove any snow, ice or leaves from the air intake area at the base of the windshield.• Do not place objects over the defroster outlets. These objects can block airflow and reduce your ability to see through your windshield. Avoid placing small objects on top of the instrument panel. These objects may fall down into the defroster outlets and block airflow, in addition to damaging the climate control system.To aid in side window defogging/demisting in cold weather conditions:1. Select2. Set the temperature control to full heat3. Set the fan speed to High4. Direct the outer panel vents towards the side windowsTo increase airflow to the outer panel vents, close the central panel vents.36
  37. 37. Controls and features Do not place objects on top of the instrument panel, as these objects may become projectiles in a collision or sudden stop.Rear passenger compartment climate control system (if equipped)This system allows the rear seat occupants to adjust their climatecomfort level.The rear seat climate control system is controlled from the main climatecontrol system on the instrument panel: MAX FRONT A/C REAR OFF REAR CTL A/C• If the main climate control system on the instrument panel is set to OFF, the rear climate control system will also be off.• If the rear passenger compartment climate control lever is set to OFF, the rear climate controls will be off.• If the rear fan control on the main climate control system is set in any of the fan speed positions, air will be distributed from the rear seat registers at the corresponding speed.• If the rear fan control on the main climate control system is set to REAR CTL, rear seat passengers can control their own fan speed and temperature and upper or lower air distribution. 37
  38. 38. Controls and featuresThe rear climate system fan speedcontrol allows rear passengers tocontrol the volume of air that isdistributed from the rear registers.The temperature/mode selectioncontrol allows rear passengers toselect the temperature, as well aswhether the air is distributed fromthe overhead registers or the floorregister, or a mix between the two.The temperature/mode selection control allows you to select anytemperature setting for your desired comfort level and gives you threechoices for air distribution:1.2.3.It is important to note that whenever the temperature/mode selectioncontrol is set to a specific temperature setting, the system automaticallydetermines the air distribution location:• Cool temperature range settings allow the air to be distributed through the overhead registers.• Mild (mid temperature range settings) allow the air to be distributed through both the overhead registers and the floor register.• Warm temperature range settings allow the air to be distributed through the floor register.REAR WINDOW DEFROSTER (IF EQUIPPED)The rear defroster control is locatedon the instrument panel.Press the defroster control to clearthe rear window of thin ice and fog.• The small LED will illuminate when the defroster is activated.The engine must be running to operate the rear window defroster.38
  39. 39. Controls and featuresThe defroster turns off automatically after 10 minutes or when theignition is turned to the OFF position. To manually turn off the defrosterbefore 10 minutes have passed, push the control again.USING YOUR AUDIO SYSTEMAM/FM Stereo VOL PUSH ON TONE TONE VOL ST DX FM SEEK 12 CLK TUNE AM / FM STEREO 1 2 3 4 AM/FMYour vehicle is equipped with a delayed accessory feature. This featureenables the audio playing media to continue playing up to 10 minutesafter the ignition has been turned off, or until a door is opened.Volume/power controlPress the control to turn the audio VOL PUSHsystem on or off. ON 39
  40. 40. Controls and featuresTurn the control to raise or lowervolume. VOL PUSH ONIf the volume is set above a certain level and the ignition is turned off,the volume will come back on at a “nominal” listening level when theignition switch is turned back on.AM/FM selectThe AM/FM select control works inradio mode. AM/FMAM/FM select in radio modeThis control allows you to select AM or FM frequency bands. Press thecontrol to switch between AM, FM1 or FM2 memory preset stations.Tune adjustThe tune control works in radio mode.Tune adjust in radio mode• Press to move to the next SEEK frequency down the band (whether or not a listenable TUNE station is located there). Hold the control to move through the frequencies quickly.• Press to move to the next frequency up the band (whether or not a listenable station is located there). Hold for quick movement.Seek functionThe seek function control works in radio mode.Seek function in radio mode• Press to find the next listenable station down the SEEK frequency band. TUNE• Press to find the next listenable station up the frequency band.40
  41. 41. Controls and featuresRadio station memory presetThe radio is equipped with four station memory preset controls. Thesecontrols can be used to select up to four preset AM stations and eightFM stations (four in FM1 and four in FM2).Setting memory preset stations1. Select the frequency band with the AM/FM select control.2. Select a station. Refer to Tune adjust or Seek function for moreinformation on selecting a station.3. Press and hold a memory preset control until the sound returns,indicating the station is held in memory on the control you selected. 1 2 3 4Bass adjustThe bass adjust control allows you VOLto increase or decrease the audio PUSH ONsystem’s bass output. TONEPress the TONE control once, thenuse the volume knob to adjust the CLKdesired level.Treble adjustThe treble adjust control allows you VOLto increase or decrease the audio PUSH ONsystem’s treble output. TONEPress the TONE control twice, thenuse the volume knob to adjust the CLKdesired level.Speaker balance adjustSpeaker sound distribution can be VOLadjusted between the right and left PUSH ONspeakers. TONEPress the TONE control three times,then use the volume knob to adjust CLKthe desired level. 41
  42. 42. Controls and featuresSpeaker fade adjust (if equipped)Speaker sound can be adjusted VOLbetween the front and rear PUSH ONspeakers. TONEPress the TONE control four times,then use the volume knob to adjust CLKthe desired level.Setting the clockPress CLK to toggle betweenlistening frequencies and clockmode. TONETo set the hour, press and hold theCLK control until CLOCK SETappears in the display and press the CLKSEEK control:• to decrease hours and• to increase hours. SEEK SEEK TUNE TUNETo set the minute, press and holdthe CLK control until CLOCK SETappears in the display and press the TONETUNE control: CLK• to decrease minutes and SEEK SEEK• to increase minutes.The CLK control will allow you to TUNE TUNEswitch between media display mode(radio station, stereo information,etc.) and clock display mode (time).When in clock mode, the media42
  43. 43. Controls and featuresinformation will display for ten seconds, when the radio is turned on, andthen revert to clock information. Anytime that the media is changed,(new radio station, etc.), the media information will again display for tenseconds before reverting back to the clock. In media mode, the mediainformation will always be displayed.AM/FM Stereo/Cassette (CD changer compatible) VOL - PUSH ON AM FM CLK BASS TREB BAL FADE CD TAPE AMS SEEK SIDE 1 - 2 TUNE SCAN EJ REW FF DISCS CD CD COMP SHUFFLE 1 2 3 4 5 6Your vehicle is equipped with a delayed accessory feature. This featureenables the audio playing media to continue playing up to 10 minutesafter the ignition has been turned off, or until a door is opened.Volume/power controlPress the control to turn the audio VOL - PUSH ONsystem on or off. 43
  44. 44. Controls and featuresTurn the control to raise or lowervolume. VOL - PUSH ONIf the volume is set above a certain level and the ignition is turned off,the volume will come back on at a “nominal” listening level when theignition switch is turned back on.AM/FM selectThe AM/FM select control works inradio, tape and CD changer modes(if equipped). AM FM CDAM/FM select in radio modeThis control allows you to select AM or FM frequency bands. Press thecontrol to switch between AM, FM1 or FM2 memory preset stations.AM/FM select in tape modePress this control to stop tape play and begin radio play.AM/FM select in CD changer mode (if equipped)Press this control to stop CD play and begin radio play.Tune adjustThe tune control works in radio and CD changer modes (if equipped).Tune adjust in radio mode• Press to move to the next frequency down the band SEEK (whether or not a listenable TUNE station is located there). Hold the DISCS control to move through the frequencies quickly.44
  45. 45. Controls and features• Press to move to the next frequency up the band (whether or not a listenable station is located there). Hold for quick movement.Tune adjust for CD changer (if equipped)• Press to select the previous disc in the CD changer. (Play will SEEK begin on the first track of the TUNE disc unless the CD changer is in DISCS shuffle mode. Refer to Shuffle feature for more information. Hold the control to continue reversing through the disc.• Press to select the next disc in the CD changer. Hold the control to fast-forward through the remaining discs.Seek functionThe seek function control works in radio or CD changer mode.Seek function in radio mode• Press to find the next SEEK listenable station down the frequency band. TUNE• Press to find the next DISCS listenable station up the frequency band.Seek function for CD changer (if equipped)• Press to seek to the previous SEEK track of the current disc. If a selection has been playing for TUNE three seconds or more and you DISCS press , the CD changer will replay that selection from the beginning.• Press to seek forward to the next track of the current disc. After the last track has been completed, the first track of the current disc will automatically replay.Scan functionThe scan function works in radio orCD changer mode (if equipped). SCAN 45
  46. 46. Controls and featuresScan function in radio modePress the SCAN control to hear a brief sampling of all listenable stationson the frequency band. Press the SCAN control again to stop the scanmode.Scan function in CD changer mode (if equipped)Press the SCAN control to hear a brief sampling of all selections on theCD. (The CD scans in a forward direction, wrapping back to the firsttrack at the end of the CD.) To stop on a particular selection, press theSCAN control again.Radio station memory presetThe radio is equipped with six station memory preset controls. Thesecontrols can be used to select up to six preset AM stations and twelveFM stations ( six in FM1 and six in FM2).Setting memory preset stations1. Select the frequency band with the AM/FM select control.2. Select a station. Refer to Tune adjust or Seek function for moreinformation on selecting a station.3. Press and hold a memory preset control until the sound returns,indicating the station is held in memory on the control you selected. CD CD COMP SHUFFLE 1 2 3 4 5 6Bass adjustThe bass adjust control allows youto increase or decrease the audiosystem’s bass output. BASS46
  47. 47. Controls and featuresTreble adjustThe treble adjust control allows youto increase or decrease the audiosystem’s treble output. TREBSpeaker balance adjustSpeaker sound distribution can beadjusted between the right and leftspeakers. BALSpeaker fade adjustSpeaker sound can be adjustedbetween the front and rearspeakers. FADETape select• To enter tape mode while in radio or CD changer mode, press the TAPE control. CLK• If no tape is found, NO TAPE appears in the display. TAPE AMS 47
  48. 48. Controls and featuresAutomatic Music SearchThe Automatic Music Search featureallows you to quickly locate thebeginning of the tape selection CLKbeing played or to skip to the nextselection. TAPETo activate the feature, momentarily AMSdepress the TAPE AMS button.Then, press either REW (for the beginning of the current selection) orFF (to advance to the next selection). The tape deck stops and returnsto play mode when the AMS circuit senses a blank section on the tape.In order to ensure proper operation of the AMS feature, the tape MUSThave a blank section of at least four seconds duration between programs.CD changer select (if equipped)• To enter CD changer mode while in radio or tape mode, press the AM CD control. FM CDRewindThe rewind control works in tape and CD changer (if equipped) modes.To rewind in tape mode, press theSIDE/REW control. SIDE 1 - 2 REW FFPress the 1–2/FF control to stoprewinding the tape. SIDE 1-2 REW FFTo rewind in CD changer mode, CDpress the CD control (preset 1). 1Press the control again to deactivaterewind mode.48
  49. 49. Controls and featuresFast forwardThe fast forward control works in tape and CD changer modes.To fast forward in tape mode, pressthe 1–2/FF control. SIDE 1 - 2Tape direction will automatically REW FFreverse when the end of the tape isreached.Press the SIDE/REW control to stopthe fast forward of the tape. SIDE 1 - 2 REW FFTo fast forward in CD changer CDmode, press the CD control(preset 2). 2Press the control again to deactivatefast forward mode.Compression feature (if equipped)Compression adjust brings soft and COMPloud CD passages together for amore consistent listening level. 5Press the COMP control to activateand deactivate compression adjust.Shuffle feature (if equipped)The shuffle feature operates in CD SHUFFLEchanger mode and plays all trackson the current disc in random order. 6The shuffle feature continues to thenext disc after all tracks are played.Press the SHUFFLE control to start this feature. Random order play willcontinue until the SHUFFLE control is pressed again.Tape direction selectPress SIDE and 1–2 at the sametime to play the alternate side of a SIDE 1-2tape. REW FF 49
  50. 50. Controls and featuresEject functionPress the control to stop and eject atape. EJDolby noise reductionDolby noise reduction operatesonly in tape mode. Dolby noisereduction reduces the amount of 4hiss and static during tape playback.Press the control to activate (and deactivate) Dolby noise reduction.Dolby noise reduction is manufactured under license from DolbyLaboratories Licensing Corporation. “Dolby ” and the double-D symbolare trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.Setting the clockPress CLK to toggle betweenlistening frequencies and clockmode while in radio mode. CLKTo set the hour, press and hold theCLK control and press the SEEK TAPEcontrol: AMS• to decrease hours and• to increase hours. SEEK TUNE DISCSTo set the minute, press and holdthe CLK control and press theTUNE control: CLK TAPE AMS50
  51. 51. Controls and features• to decrease minutes and SEEK• to increase minutes. TUNE DISCSThe CLK control will allow you to switch between media display mode(radio station, stereo information, etc.) and clock display mode (time).When in clock mode, the media information will display for 10 seconds,when the radio is turned on, and then revert to clock information.Anytime that the media is changed, (new radio station, etc.), the mediainformation will again display for 10 seconds before reverting back to theclock. In media mode, the media information will always be displayed.Premium AM/FM Stereo/Cassette/Single CD(CD changer compatible) VOL PUSH ON DISC EJ FM 1 ST AMC MUTE BL RF AM FM DOLBY B NR EJ TAPE CD AUTO SEEK TUNE SCAN CLK BASS TREB SEL BAL FADE REW FF SIDE 1-2 COMP SHUFFLE 1 2 3 4 5 6Your vehicle is equipped with a delayed accessory feature. This featureenables the audio playing media to continue playing up to 10 minutesafter the ignition has been turned off, or until a door is opened. 51
  52. 52. Controls and featuresVolume/power controlPress the control to turn the audiosystem on or off. VOL - PUSH ONAudio power can also be turned onby pressing the AM/FM selectcontrol or the tape/CD selectcontrol. Audio power is turned offby using the volume/power control.Turn control to raise or lowervolume. VOL - PUSH ONIf the volume is set above a certain level and the ignition is turned off,the volume will come back on at a “nominal” listening level when theignition switch is turned back on.AM/FM selectThe AM/FM select control works inradio, tape and CD modes. AM FMAM/FM select in radio modeThis control allows you to select AM or FM frequency bands. Press thecontrol to switch between AM, FM1 or FM2 memory preset stations.AM/FM select in tape modePress this control to stop tape play and begin radio play.AM/FM select in CD or CD changer mode (if equipped)Press this control to stop CD play and begin radio play.52
  53. 53. Controls and featuresTune adjustThe tune control works in radio or CD changer mode.Tune adjust in radio mode• Press to move to the next frequency down the band SEEK SEEK (whether or not a listenable TUNE TUNE station is located there). Hold the control to move through the frequencies quickly.• Press to move to the next frequency up the band (whether or not a listenable station is located there). Hold for quick movement.Tune adjust for CD changer (if equipped)• Press to select the previous disc in the CD changer. (Play will SEEK SEEK begin on the first track of the TUNE TUNE disc unless the CD changer is in shuffle mode. Refer to Shuffle feature for more information. Hold the control to continue reversing through the remaining discs.• Press to select the next disc in the CD changer. Hold the control to fast-forward through the remaining discs.Seek functionThe seek function control works in radio, tape or CD mode.Seek function in radio mode• Press to find the next listenable station down the frequency band.• Press to find the next SEEK SEEK listenable station up the frequency band. TUNE TUNE 53
  54. 54. Controls and featuresSeek function in tape mode• Press to listen to the previous selection on the tape.• Press to listen to the next selection on the tape.Seek function for CD or CD changer (if equipped)• Press to seek to the previous track of the current disc. If a selection has been playing for three seconds or more and you SEEK SEEK press , the CD changer will replay that selection from the TUNE TUNE beginning.• Press to seek forward to the next track of the current disc. After the last track has been completed, the first track of the current disc will automatically replay.Scan functionThe scan function works in radio, SCANtape or CD mode.Scan function in radio modePress the SCAN control to hear a brief sampling of all listenable stationson the frequency band. Press the control again to stop the scan mode.Scan function in tape modePress the SCAN control to hear a short sampling of all selections on thetape. (The tape scans in a forward direction. At the end of the tape’sfirst side, direction automatically reverses to the opposite side of thetape.) To stop on a particular selection, press the control again.Scan function in CD or CD changer mode (if equipped)Press the SCAN control to hear a short sampling of all selections on theCD. (The CD scans in a forward direction, wrapping back to the firsttrack at the end of the CD.) To stop on a particular selection, press thecontrol again.Radio station memory presetThe radio is equipped with six station memory preset controls. Thesecontrols can be used to select up to six preset AM stations and twelveFM stations (six in FM1 and six in FM2).54
  55. 55. Controls and featuresSetting memory preset stations AM FM1. Select the frequency band with the AM/FM select control.2. Select a station. Refer to Tune adjust or Seek function for moreinformation on selecting a station. REW FF SIDE 1-2 COMP SHUFFLE 1 2 3 4 5 63. Press and hold a memory preset control until the sound returns,indicating the station is held in memory on the control you selected.Autoset memory presetAutoset allows you to set strong radio stations without losing youroriginal manually set preset stations. This feature is helpful on tripswhen you travel between cities with different radio stations.Starting autoset memory preset1. Select a frequency using the AM/FM select controls.2. Press the AUTO control.3. When the first six strong stations AUTOare filled, the station stored inmemory preset control 1 will startplaying.If there are less than six strong CLKstations available on the frequencyband, the remaining memory presetcontrols will all store the last strong station available.These stations are temporarily stored in the memory preset controls(until deactivated) and are accessed in the same manner of your originalpresets.To deactivate autoset and return to your audio system’s manually setmemory stations, press the AUTO control again. 55
  56. 56. Controls and featuresBass adjustThe bass adjust control allows youto increase or decrease the audio BASS TREBsystem’s bass output.Press the BASS control then press:• to decrease the bass output and SEL• to increase the bass output.Treble adjustThe treble adjust control allows youto increase or decrease the audio BASS TREBsystem’s treble output.Press the TREB control then press:• to decrease the treble output and SEL• to increase the treble output.Speaker balance adjustSpeaker sound distribution can beadjusted between the right and left BAL FADEspeakers.Press the BAL control then press:• to shift sound to the left and SEL• to shift sound to the right.Speaker fade adjustSpeaker sound can be adjustedbetween the front and rear BAL FADEspeakers.56
  57. 57. Controls and featuresPress the FADE control then press:• to shift the sound to the front and SEL• to shift the sound to the rear.Tape/CD select• To begin tape play (with a tape loaded into the audio system) TAPE CD while in the radio or CD mode, press the TAPE control. Press the button during rewind or fast forward to stop the rewind or fast forward function.• To begin CD play (if CD(s) are loaded), press the CD control. TAPE CD The first track of the disc will begin playing. If returning from radio or tape mode, CD play will begin where it stopped last.With the dual media audio system, press the CD control to togglebetween single CD and CD changer play (if equipped).Do not insert any promotional (odd shaped or sized) discs, ordiscs with removable labels into the CD player as jamming mayoccur.RewindThe rewind control works in tapeand CD modes. REW• In tape mode, radio play will 1 continue until rewind is stopped (with the TAPE control) or the beginning of the tape is reached.• In CD mode, pressing the REW control rewinds the CD within the current track.Fast forwardThe fast forward control works intape and CD modes. FF 2 57
  58. 58. Controls and features• In the tape mode, tape direction will automatically reverse when the end of the tape is reached.• In CD mode, pressing the control fast forwards the CD within the current track.Tape direction selectPress SIDE 1–2 to play the alternateside of a tape. SIDE 1-2 3Eject functionPress the EJ control to stop andeject a tape. EJPress the EJ control to stop andeject a CD. EJDolby noise reductionDolby noise reduction operates intape mode. Dolby noise reductionreduces the amount of hiss and 4static during tape playback.Press the control to activate (and deactivate) the Dolby noisereduction.Dolby noise reduction is manufactured under license from DolbyLaboratories Licensing Corporation. “Dolby ” and the double-Dsymbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories LicensingCorporation.Compression adjustCompression adjust brings soft andloud CD passages together for a COMPmore consistent listening level. 5Press the COMP control to activateand deactivate compression adjust.58
  59. 59. Controls and featuresShuffle featureThe shuffle feature operates in CDmode (if equipped) and plays all SHUFFLEtracks on the current disc in random 6order. If equipped with the CDchanger, the shuffle featurecontinues to the next disc after all tracks on the current disc are played.Press the SHUFFLE control to start this feature. Random order play willcontinue until the SHUFFLE control is pressed again.Setting the clockTo set the hour, press and hold theCLK control and press SEEK: AUTO CLK• to decrease hours and• to increase hours. SEEK SEEK TUNE TUNETo set the minute, press and holdthe CLK control and press TUNE: AUTO CLK 59
  60. 60. Controls and features• to decrease minutes and SEEK SEEK• to increase minutes.If your vehicle has a separate clock TUNE TUNEmodule, (other than the digital radiodisplay), the CLK button will notfunction in the above manner.The CLK button will allow you toswitch between media display mode(radio station, stereo information, AUTOetc.) and clock display mode (time).When in clock mode, the mediainformation will display for 10 CLKseconds, when the radio is turnedon, and then revert to clockinformation. Anytime that the mediais changed, (new radio station, etc.), the media information will againdisplay for 10 seconds before reverting back to the clock. In media mode,the media information will always be displayed.Mute modePress the control to mute theplaying media. Press the controlagain to return to the playing media. EJ MUTERear seat controls (if equipped)The Rear Seat Controls (RSC) allow VOLUME MEDIA MEM SEEKthe rear seat passengers to operatethe radio, tape, CD, or CD changer(if equipped).60
  61. 61. Controls and features REW FF SIDE 1-2 COMP SHUFFLE 1 2 3 4 5 6To turn on the rear seat controls, press the memory preset controls 3and 5 at the same time. The will appear in the radio display.Pressing 3 and 5 at the same time again will turn the rear seat controls off.If there is a discrepancy between the rear seat and the front audiocontrols, (i.e, both trying to listen to the same playing media), the frontaudio system will receive the desired selection.Adjusting the volumePress the + control to increasevolume. VOLUME MEDIA MEM SEEKPress the — control to decreasevolume.From the RSC controls, the speakervolume can not be set higher thanthe current volume radio setting. Once in headphone mode, the RSCvolume controls will only change volume in the headphones to a desiredlevel and will have no effect on the front speakers (muting the speakerswill not mute the headphones).Using headphones/Personal Audio SystemThe Personal Audio System allows VOLUME MEDIA MEM SEEKthe rear seat passengers to listen toone media source (radio, tape, CD,or CD changer if equipped) whilethe front seat passengers listen toanother. However, front and rear seat passengers can not listen to twodifferent radio stations simultaneously.Plug a 3.5 mm headphone (not included) into either one of the twojacks. Press the / control to operate the headphones.The rear speakers will cut out once the speaker on/off control is pressed.A soft audible sound may be heard from the rear speakers. The frontspeaker will remain playing for the front passengers. Press the /control again to deactivate the headphones (Personal Audio System). 61
  62. 62. Controls and featuresMedia selectPush the MEDIA control to togglebetween AM, FM1, FM2, tape, CD,or CD changer (if equipped). VOLUME MEDIA MEM SEEKMemory preset controlPush the MEM control successivelyto allow rear seat passengers toscroll through the six memory VOLUME MEDIA MEM SEEKpresets in AM, FM1, or FM2.Push the MEM control in CDchanger mode (if equipped) toadvance to the next disc.Seek function• Press to find the next listenable station down the VOLUME MEDIA MEM SEEK frequency band.• Press to find the next listenable station up the frequency band.In tape mode, use the SEEK function to access the next orprevious selection.In CD or CD changer mode (if equipped), use the SEEK function toaccess the next or the previous selection.62
  63. 63. Controls and featuresPremium AM/FM Stereo In Dash Six CD Radio SHUF SCAN DISC SEEK REW FF COMP TUNE MUTE LOAD EJ BASS BAL SEL TREB FADE PUSH ON AM FM CD 1 2 3 4 5 6 MENUVolume/power controlPress the control to turn the audiosystem on or off. PUSH ONTurn the control to raise or lowervolume.If the volume is set above a certain level and the ignition is turned off,the volume will come back on at a “nominal” listening level when theignition switch is turned back on. 63
  64. 64. Controls and featuresAM/FM selectThe AM/FM select control works in AM CDradio and CD modes. FMAM/FM select in radio modeThis control allows you to select AM or FM frequency bands. Press thecontrol to switch between AM, FM1 or FM2 memory preset stations.AM/FM select in CD modePress this control to stop CD play and begin radio play.Tune adjustThe tune control works in radio or CD mode.Tune adjust in radio mode• Press to move to the next frequency down the band (whether or not a listenable station is located there). Hold the control to move through the frequencies quickly.• Press to move to the next frequency up the band (whether or not a listenable station is located there). Hold for quick movement.Tune adjust for CD mode• Press to select the previous disc. (Play will begin on the first track of the disc unless shuffle mode is engaged.) Refer to Shuffle feature for more information. Hold the control to continue reversing through the discs.• Press to select the next disc. Hold the control to fast-forward through the remaining discs.Seek functionThe seek function works in radio or CD mode.64
  65. 65. Controls and featuresSeek function in radio mode• Press to find the next listenable station down the frequency band. SEEK DOWN will display.• Press to find the next listenable station up the frequency band. SEEK UP will display.Seek function in CD mode• Press to seek to the previous track of the current disc. If the beginning of the disc is reached, the CD player seeks to the beginning of the last track on the current disc and begins playing.• Press to seek forward to the next track of the current disc. After the last track has been completed, the first track of the current disc will automatically replay.Scan functionThe scan function works in radio orCD mode.Scan function in radio modePress the SCAN control to hear a brief sampling of all listenable stationson the frequency band. Press the SCAN control again to stop the scanmode.Scan function in CD modePress the SCAN control to hear a short sampling of all selections on theCD. (The CD scans in a forward direction, wrapping back to the firsttrack at the end of the CD.) To stop on a particular selection, press thecontrol again.Radio station memory presetThe radio is equipped with six station memory preset controls. Thesecontrols can be used to select up to six preset AM stations and twelveFM stations (six in FM1 and six in FM2). 65
  66. 66. Controls and featuresSetting memory preset stations1. Select the frequency band with the AM/FM select control. Press theAM/FM control to toggle between AM, FM1, or FM2.2. Press the SEEK control to access the next listenable station up ordown the frequency band. Press the TUNE control to go up or down thelistening band in individual increments.3. Select a station. Refer to Seek function for more information onselecting a station.4. Press and hold a memory preset control. The playing media will mutemomentarily. When the sound returns, the station is held in memory onthe control you selected. The display will read SAVED.AutostoreAutostore allows you to set the strongest local radio stations withoutlosing your original manually set preset stations. This feature is helpfulon trips when you travel between cities with different radio stations.Starting autostore1. Press and momentarily hold the AM/FM control.2. AUTOSET will flash in the displayas the frequency band is scrolledthrough.3. When the six strongest stationsare filled, the station stored inmemory preset control 1 will start playing.If there are less than six strong stations available on the frequency band,the remaining memory preset controls will all store the last strongstation available.To deactivate autoset and return to your audio system’s manually setmemory stations, press the AM/FM control again.66

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