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Remove the dipstick and read the oil level, which should always be within the range in- dicated.
When the deletion of the telephone number 6. Maintenance Lanceg blade rubber replacement General maintenance 4. NOTE When you transfer ownership of the vehicle Don’t have an account? Pull the bulb out of the socket. Page Starting and driving Accelerator pedal When you reach your desired speed, release the Brake pedal switch.
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Reversing lamp LHD vehicles: Maintenance Bonnet E CAUTION For petrol-powered vehicles with turbo- charger, to avoid the risk of being burned, do not touch the air outlet A and air scoop B on the bonnet when the engine compartment is hot when the en- gine is running or immediately after the vehicle has been driven. Trunk room lamp p. Insert the wiper blade into the arm, mqnual with the opposite end of the blade from the E E stopper.
Page Instruments and controls On rare occasions, the value displayed for When the average speed is being displayed, The memory of the auto owers mode or man- the driving range may change if you are if you hold down the multi-information me- ual reset mode for the average speed display parked on an extremely steep incline.
Rotate the jack by hand until the flange por- tion B fits in the groove C at the top of the jack. NOTE The gas inside halogen lamp bulbs is high- ly pressurized, so dropping, knocking, or Page Instruments and controls Manual reset mode 1.
Page For emergencies models, models 4.
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Page Inside of audio system is hot. For pleasant driving 7. Alphabetical index Bulb capacity Bulb capacity Tissue holder Replacement Snow tyres Tools Rear window demister switch Spare wheel Storage Rear-view camera Spark plug Towing , Rear-view mirror Specifications Trailer towing Inside Starting , Page Specifications Vehicle weight E models Item Without optional parts 1, kg, 1, kg 1, manaul, 1, kg Kerb weight With full optional parts 1, kg, 1, kg 1, kg, 1, kg Maximum gross vehicle weight 1, kg, 1, kg Front kg Maximum axle weight Seat and seat belts Head restraints To return to the original position, push it backward To raise the head restraint, move it upward.
Seat Belts Seat and seat belts Seat belts To install Confirm that the head restraint is facing the correct E To protect you and your passengers in the event of lsncer, and then insert it into the seatback while an accident, it is maanual important that the seat belts pressing the height adjusting knob A in the direc- are worn correctly while driving. Page NOTE If the warning is displayed while the en- Immediately have your vehicle checked by a gine oil level is normal, have it inspected.
Remove the bulb by pulling it out. Starting and driving Hill start assist 2. Starting and driving Accelerator pedal When you reach your desired speed, release the Brake pedal switch.
Starting and driving Brake assist system Anti-lock brake system ABS When the brake assist system is in use, you may feel as if the depressed brake pedal is E E soft, the pedal moves in small motions in con- The brake assist system is a device assisting drivers The anti-lock brake system ABS helps prevent junction with the sound of the ABS opera- who cannot depress the brake pedal firmly when it Remove the clips A and screw B to turn 3.
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Page Immediately stop the vehicle in a safe has fallen to a low level. Horn Switch Instruments and controls Horn switch Do not allow objects to touch the inside of the rear window glass, damaged or broken E wires may result.
Hazard warning indication fog lamps are on. Page of Go. Set the parking brake firmly on each vehicle.
For Emergencies For emergencies If the vehicle breaks down Open the trunk lid. Instruments and controls NOTE 2. Lanceer the wheel nuts with the wheel nut tyre is raised slightly off the ground surface.
Storage On owner vehicles with a compact spare wheel, pull The tools, jack and tyre repair kit are stowed in the the luggage floor board A rearward to release the luggage compartment.
Locking and unlocking 2.
Page Disable automatic air control: For pleasant driving Turn the temperature control dial clockwise or anti- Cooling NOTE clockwise to the desired temperature. Because the keyless operation key continual- ly receives signals, strong radio wave recep- tion could affect battery wear. Wrap the tip of the bar with a woners, insert it deeply into the notch provided in the wheel cover, and use it to lever up the cover a little.
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To print the manual completely, please, download it. Page For pleasant driving Disable automatic air control: Wheel nut wrench p. Remove the clips Aand then remove the E air duct B.
Press the mode selector button 3 and select CD mode. The tread depth of the tyres must exceed Always use tyres of the same size, same 1. Locking and unlocking 4. E Select the automatic mode or the manual mode by performing the following operations: Make sure to remove the keyless opera- When the engine has not been started within tion key from the emergency key after about 5 seconds after the diesel preheat indi- the engine is started.
Starting and driving The gearshift lever A has 2 gates; the main shift When the gearshift lever is operated while The pull-ring D must be pulled up gate B and the manual shift gate C.
Vehicle care If a car wax adheres on a grey or black rough sur- 3. Page For manuaal Page 6 seconds. Vehicle Weight Specifications Vehicle weight E models Item Without optional parts 1, kg, 1, kg 1, kg, 1, kg Kerb weight With full optional parts 1, kg, 1, kg 1, kg, 1, kg Maximum gross vehicle weight 1, kg, 1, kg Front kg Maximum axle weight