Vauxhall Antara 2014 Owner`s manual

VAUXHALL Antara
Operation, Safety, Maintenance
Data specific to your ve hicle
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This information is available under the section "Technical da ta " as well as on the identification plate and in the Serv ice Booklet.
Fuel
Designati on
Engine oil
Gra de
Viscosity
Tyre inflation pressure
Tyre si ze
wi th up to 3 persons
wi th full load, inc l. trail er
S ummer tyres
Front
Rear
Front
Rear
Winter tyres
Front
Rear
Front
Rear
Weights
Permissible Gross Vehic le Weight
–
EC k erbweight
=
Loading
Your Antara
is an intelligent c om bina tion of forwardlooking technology, impressiv e safety ,
env ironmenta l friendliness a nd economy.
It now lies with you to drive your vehicle
safely and ensure that it perform s
perfectly. This O wner’s Manual provides
you with all the necessary information to
that end.
Make sure y our pa ssengers a re awa re
of the p ossible risk of accid ent and injury
which may result from im proper use of the
vehic le.
You m ust alway s comply w ith the sp ecific
laws of the c ountry that y ou are travelling
through. These laws ma y differ from the
inform ation in this Ow ner’s Manual.
When this Manual refers to a workshop
visit, we recommend your Vauxhall
Authorised Repairer.
All Vauxhall Authorised Repairers provide
first-class serv ice at reasona ble prices.
You will rec eive quick, reliable and
indiv idua l service.
Exp erienced mechanics, trained by
Vauxhall, work according to specific
Vauxhall instructions.
The O wner’s Ma nual should alwa ys be kept
in the vehic le: R eady to hand in the g lov e
compartment.
Make us e of the Owner’s Manual:
z The "In Brief" section will give you an
initial overv iew.
z The ta ble of contents at the beg inning
of the owner’s manual and within the
individual chapters will show y ou where
every thing is.
z Its index will help you find what you
want.
z It w ill fa miliarise you with the
sophisticated technology.
z It w ill increase y our pleasure in your
vehicle.
z It w ill help you to handle your vehic le
expertly .
The O wner’s Manual is designed to be
clearly laid-out and easily understood.
This sym bol signifies:
6 Continue read ing on next pa ge.
3 Items m arked with an asterisk are not
fitted to all v ehicles (model variants,
engine op tions, models specific to one
country, optional equipment, Genuine
Vauxhall Parts and Acc essories).
9 Warnin g
Text marked 9 Warning provides
information on risk of accident or injury.
Disregard of the instructions may lead to
injuries or endanger life.
Inform your passengers accordingly.
Y ellow arrows in the illustrations serve as
points of reference or indicate some action
to be performed.
Black arrows in the illustrations indicate
a reaction or a second action to be
performed.
Direc tional da ta, e.g. left or right, or front
or back, in the descriptions alway s relate to
the direction of travel.
We wish y ou many hours of p leasurab le
driving
Your Vauxhal l Tea m
1
Contents
Handling charact eri st ics
All Wheel Driv e vehic les hav e a high centre
of gravity due to the increased ground
clearance required for off-road use.
As with other vehicles of this ty pe, failure to
op erate the vehicle c orrectly ma y result in
loss of control or a n accident.
Please read the sections "Driving Hints"
on p age 122 and "All Wheel Drive" on
page 115.
Comm itment to c ustomer
satisfaction:
Our ai m: to k eep you happy with your
vehicle. All Vauxhall Authorised Repairers
offer first-class serv ice a t competitiv e
prices. Experienced, factory-trained
technicians w ork according to factory
instructions. Y our Authorised Repa irer can
supply you with GEN UINE VAU XHALLAPPRO VED PARTS , which hav e und ergone
stringent quality and precision chec ks, and
of course useful and a ttrac tiv e
VAUXHALL-APPROVED AC CESSO RIES.
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Va uxhall Authorised Rep airer Netw ork,
please r ing this number; 0845 090 2044
In b rief .. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..2
Instrum ents ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 22
K eys, doors, b onnet .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 46
S eats, interior ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 56
S afety system s ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 71
Lighting ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 88
Windows, sunroof .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 94
C lim ate c ontrol .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 97
Automatic transm ission . .... ..... .... ..... .... . 109
All Wheel Drive .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 115
Driving hints .. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 122
S ave fuel, protec t the env ironment .... . 125
Fuel consum ption, fuel, refuelling ... .... . 127
C atalytic converter,
ex haust em issions . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 130
Drive control system s ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 134
Brakes ... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 144
Wheels, tyres . ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 148
Roof racks,
caravan and tra iler towing . .... ..... .... . 153
S elf-help .... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 160
If y ou ha ve a problem ... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 180
S ervice plan, m aintenance ..... .... ..... .... . 182
Vehicle care .. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 194
Technical data .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 198
Index . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 212
2
In brief
In brief
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Key nu mbers, code numbers
Remove key number from keys.
The key number is specified in the vehic le
docum ents and in the C ar Pass 3.
Alloy wheels 3, towing equipment 3: m ake
a note of the key identifier cod es.
Elec tronic imm obiliser, Infotainm ent
sy stem 3: The code numb ers are specified
in the Ca r Pass.
Do not k eep the Car Pass in the vehic le.
Key with retrac ta ble k ey blade 3:
press button to extend.
6 Further information - see pag es 46, 47.
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To unlock an d open the vehicle:
Press button q,
pull door handle
All doors, tailgate and tank flap are
unlocked.
6 Door lock s - see page 24,
electronic immobiliser - see p age 47,
radio frequency remote control see page 48,
central loc king sy stem - see pa ge 50,
mechanical anti-theft locking system 3 see page 51,
Vauxhall alarm system 3 - see p age 52.
In brief
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To unlock and o pen th e tailgate:
Press button q on remote co ntro l
and operate button beneath
han dle
Front seat adjustment:
Pull h andle,
slide seat,
release handle
6 Ta ilg ate - see p age 54,
radio freq uency remote c ontrol see page 48,
central lock ing sy stem - see pag e 50,
Vauxhall alarm system 3 - see pa ge 52.
Nev er adjust the driver’s seat whilst d riv ing.
It could move in an uncontrolled manner
when the handle has been pulled.
6 Seat position - see page 56.
9 Warning
Imp ortant: Do not sit nea rer than
10 inches (25 cm) from the steering
wheel, to perm it safe airba g deploy ment.
3
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Adjusting front seat backrests:
Lift release lever on o utboard side
of seat
Move seat backrest to suit seating position
and lock in position when the lev er is
released.
Do not lea n on seat back rest whilst
adjusting it.
N ever adjust the driver’ s seat whilst driving.
It could move in an uncontrolled manner
when the handle ha s b een pulled.
6 Seat position - see pag e 56.
4
In brief
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Adjusting the lumbar suppo rt 3:
Turn handwh eel
Adjust lumb ar support to suit personal
req uirements.
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Adjusting seat height 3:
Raise or lower lever o n side o f
seat
Lever pumping action
up ward:
raises seat
downward:
lowers seat
Nev er adjust the driver’s seat whilst d riv ing.
It could move in an uncontrolled manner
when the lever has been operated.
6 Seat position – see page 56.
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Adjusting head restraint height:
press release button,
adjust height to suit personal
requirements,
then release
Pull head restraint up to raise. Push d ow n
while pressing the release button to lower
the head restraint.
6 Head restraint position – see pa ge 56.
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Steering wheel adjustmen t:
Move lever down,
adjust height and distanc e,
move lever up and engage
Fitting seat belt:
Draw seat belt smooth ly from
inertia reel, guide over sho ulder
and engage in buckle
Adjust steering wheel only with vehicle
stationary and steering column lock
released.
The belt must not b e twisted at any p oint.
The lap b elt must lie snugly a gainst the
body.
Push the lever firmly upwa rd s to ensure
that the steering w heel is locked in position.
The back rests m ust not be tilted b ack too
fa r (recommended maximum tilting ang le
approx. 25°).
6 Airbag sy stems - see page 76.
To relea se belt, press red button on belt
buckle.
6 Seat belts – see pages 72 to 74,
airbag systems – see page 76,
seat position – see page 56.
5
6
In brief
In brief
1
Page
Side air v ents .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 98
2
Door window defroster v ents ..... .... .. 98
3
Front pa ssenger’s airbag . .... ..... .... ..76
4
Radio 3, Infotainm ent system 3 ... .. 44
5
Haza rd warning switc h . .... .... ..... .... ..14
Parking distance sensors 3 ... ..... .... 140
Descent Control System (DC S) ... .... 136
Electronic Stability Programm e
(ES P)) .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 134
Front pa ssenger’s
seat b elt remind er . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..73
Fold in ex terior mirrors .. .... .... ..... .... .. 11
Security indicator for
Vauxhall alarm system 3 .. .... ..... .... .. 52
6
Centre air v ents ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 98
7
Central information display
Board Information Disp la y 3 ..... .... .. 32
Graphical Information Displa y 3 ... .. 36
Colour Information Display 3 .... .... .. 36
8
Stalk for
Wind screen and ta ilg ate
wiper and wash ..... .... ..... .... ... 14, 15, 16
Headlight wash 3 . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..15
9
Pa ge
Radio / Infotainment
remote control buttons .... ..... .... ..... .. 45
Trip computer 3 ... ..... .... .... ..... .... . 34, 40
10
Horn .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 14
11
Instruments.. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 22
12
Stalk for
Head lig ht flash and m ain beam , . .. 12
Turn signal lights . ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 13
Door-to-door lighting function . ..... .. 91
Cruise control 3 ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 137
13
Light switches for
Pa rk ing lights ... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 88
Dip ped beam ... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... . 12, 88
Automatic dipped bea m
activation 3. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 89
Head lig ht range adjustment 3 ..... .. 89
Front fog lights. .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 90
Fog tail lig ht ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 90
Instrument illumination .... ..... .... ..... .. 91
14
Card holder . ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 69
15
Coin storage ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 69
7
Page
16 Bonnet release lever .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 55
17 S ta rter switch .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 12
18 Accelerator pedal .... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 122
19 Driver’s airbag ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 76
20 Brake pedal . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..122, 144
21 C lutch pedal 3 .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 122, 124
22 S teering w heel a djustment lever .. .... ..5
23 Fusebox .. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 171
24 C lim ate c ontrol .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 97
25 Glove compartment .... ..... .... .... 67, 106
8
In brief
Control indicato rs
2
ESP OFF:
see page 134.
X
Driver’s sea t belt rem inder:
see page 24.
q
Autom atic head light ra nge
ad just ment 3:
see pages 23, 23.
O
Tur n sig nal lig hts:
see pages 13, 24.
W
Cool ant temp era ture:
see pages 23, 186.
Y
see p ages 22, 144, 188.
Low fuel lev el:
see pages 24, 128, 208.
r
Pa rking d istance sensors 3:
see p ages 23, 140.
o
Elec tronic im mobil iser:
see pages 24, 47.
>
Front fog lights:
see page 90.
5
Descent Contr ol System (DC S):
see p ages 23, 136.
Door open:
see page 24.
r
9
Fog tail l ight:
see page 90.
B
All Wheel Driv e (AWD):
see p ages 23, 115.
3
P
Hea dlight main b ea m:
see pages 12, 24, 88.
7
ESP Act ive & Warning
(Electronic S tabil ity Prog ramm e):
see p age 134.
Engine elect ronics,
tra nsm issi on electr oni cs 3:
see pages 24, 132.
G
Airb ag systems 3 ,
belt tensioners:
see pages 74, 76.
Low windscreen wash fluid :
see page 25.
6
Wa ter in diesel fuel filter 3:
see pages 25, 186.
Tail gate open:
see page 24.
C
Change engine oil 3 :
see pages 25, 185.
u
ABS (Anti-lock Brak e S ystem):
see p age 146.
g
Tra iler indic ator 3:
see p age 22.
4 Brake system:
A
ESP Not Ready:
see p age 134.
v
1
In brief
N
Preheating for diesel engine 3 :
see p age 25.
1
Di esel par ticle filt er 3:
see p age 25.
m
Cruise control 3 :
see p age 137.
S
Engine oil l ev el 3:
see p ages 26, 183.
2
Pow er steering:
see p age 26.
I
Oil p ressure:
see p age 26.
p
Alternator:
see p age 27.
Z
Exhaust em issi ons:
see p ages 27, 130.
Wint er p rogram me:
(or n) see p ages 27, 111.
WINTER
Ligh ting
Light swi tches,
swit ch positions:
see pages 12, 88.
J
Lights off
8
Park ing lig ht s
9
Dipp ed beam
P
Mai n beam
>
Front fog li ghts:
see page 90.
r
Fog tai l light:
see page 90.
AUTO Autom atic d ipped b ea m
ac tivat ion 3:
see pages 12, 89.
O
Tur n sig nal lig hts:
see pages 13, 24.
k
Instrument il luminati on:
see page 91.
d
Front rea ding lig hts,
cent re dome light s:
see page 92.
¨
Hazard w arning lig hts:
see pages 14, 89.
?
Hea dlight range adj ust ment 3,
automa tic headli ght range
adjustm ent 3:
see page 89.
9
10
In brief
Heatin g and ventilation
Fan rot ary k nob:
x
see p age 99.
Air distri bution:
see p age 99,
Windscreen wiper
Miscellaneous
j Horn:
P
Windscreen wiper
n
Windscreen wash,
headlig ht wash 3
/
f
Tail gate wip er
Bonnet:
see page 55.
p
Wiper stal k positi ons:
see page 14.
Central l ocking system :
loc king, see page 50.
q
Central l ocking system :
unlocking, see page 50.
m
Central l ocking sw itch:
see page 50.
X2
Pa ssenger’s sea t belt remi nd er 3:
see page 73.
+
Fir st- aid k it 3:
see page 166.
¨
Wa rning tri angle 3:
see page 166.
Winter prog ramm e:
(or n) see pages 27, 111.
)
Ciga ret te lighter:
see page 65.
D
n
Fold in exterior m irrors:
see page 11.
z
Child sa fet y system for rea r
window s:
see page 95.
see page 14.
M
L
K
J
to head area,
O
O ff
l
to wind screen and footwell,
to wind screen and head area,
$
Interm ittent wiping - or automatic wiping with ra in sensor 3
%
Slow
&
Fast
V
Ü
to head area and footwell,
to footwell,
to wind screen.
Hea ted rear wind ow,
heat ed exterior m irrors 3:
see p ages 18, 107.
n
Air condit ioning system:
see p age 102.
4
Air recircula tion:
see p age 101.
t
Automat ic air r eci rculation 3:
see p age 104.
AUTO Automat ic mode 3 :
see p age 105.
ß
Hea ted front seats 3:
see p age 107.
Automatic transmission
3
WINTER
Autom atic m ode:
see page 109.
Cruise control 3
Buttons on turn sig na l stalk :
see page 137.
9
Store, decelerate,
8
Resume stored speed, accelerate,
:
Activate, deactivate.
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To adjust interior mirror:
Swivel mirror housing
Swiv el lever 3 on underside of m irror
housing to reduc e da zzle at night.
Take care when driving with interior mirror
adjusted for night vision. Rea r view may be
slig htly distorted in this p osition.
6 Automatic anti-dazz le interior mirror 3 see page 86.
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Electrically adjustable exterior
mirrors 3:
Four way switc h on driver’s doo r
11
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Fold in exterior mirrors:
Manually: press lightly .
Operational with sta rter switch in positions
ACC or ON .
Electrically 3: with starter switch in
positions AC C or O N, p ress button n and
both mirrors will fold in.
With key in LOC K p osition in starter switch
or rem ov ed, the mirrors can be a djusted for
up to 10 m inutes or until a door is opened.
Press button n again - both mirrors will
fold to the driving position.
Move selector switch to L or R: Four way
switch ad justs corresp onding m irror.
With key in LO CK position in starter switch
or removed , the m irrors can be folded for
up to 10 minutes or until a door is opened .
6 Further information,
autom atic anti-dazzle ex terior mirrors see p age 86,
heated ex terior mirrors - see p age 107.
If a fold ed-in electric mirror has been
folded out manually, pressing button n
only folds the other mirror out. Pressing
button n again folds both mirrors back in.
N ever drive with mirrors in folded position.
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In brief
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Steering column lock an d ignition:
Turn key to position ACC.
To release lock,
rotate steerin g wheel slightly
Positions:
LOC K
ACC
ON
START
= Ignition off
= Steering unlock ed, ignition off
= Ignition on, with diesel engine:
preheating
= Start (transm ission in neutra l)
Release k ey when eng ine starts and it will
automatically return to ON.
To lock the steering column, switch ig nition
off, rem ov e k ey and rotate steering wheel
until steering column lock is eng aged.
6 Starting - see page 17,
electronic immobiliser - see pa ge 47,
parking the vehicle - see pag e 20.
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Ligh t switch:
J
= Off
= Parking lights
8
9
= Dipped beam
AUTO
= Automatic dipped
beam activation 3
Push >
Press r
=
=
Front fog lights
Fog tail light
6 Headlight warning dev ice - see page 20,
further information - see page 88,
headlight range adjustment 3 see p age 89,
headlights when driving a broa d see p age 93,
daytime running lights 3 - see p age 88.
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Switching between dipped beam
and main beam:
Main beam
= Push stalk
forward
Dipped beam = Pull stalk back
towards
steering wheel
C ontrol indicator P is illuminated when
ma in beam is on.
In brief
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Headlight flash:
Pull stalk towards steering wheel
When released, stalk will spring back to rest
position.
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Turn signal lights:
Stalk in rest position
Upwards
= Right turn
Downwards = Left turn
When the steering wheel is turned back, the
stalk automatically returns to its rest
position. This will not happen when making
a minor steering manoeuvre such as lane
changing.
Tap signal: Briefly move stalk to resistance
point. The turn signal then flashes three
times when changing lanes or the like.
Hold the stalk if you want the turn signals
to flash for longer. When released, the stalk
will spring back to rest position.
The volume of the turn signal lights’
audible warning is dependent upon vehicle
speed.
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Cruise control operation 3:
Press button on stalk
Switch on: press button :.
Store current speed: press button 9.
Switch off: press button :.
Resume at stored speed:
press button 8.
6 Cruise control 3 - see page 137.
13
14
In brief
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Hazard warning lights:
On
= Press ¨
Off = Press ¨ again
O perational with ignition on or off.
When the hazard warning lights are on, the
control indica tor in the button flashes in
unison with the turn signal lights.
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Horn j:
Press either side of the steering wheel to
activate the horn.
The horn will sound regardless of starter
switch position.
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Win dscreen wiper:
Move stalk upwards
O
= Off
$ = Timed interval wipe
% = Slow
& = Fast
Press stalk down from position O:
S ingle swipe.
6 Further information - see pages 189, 195.
In brief
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Windscreen wiper:
Adjustable wiper interval 3
Automatic wiping with rain
sensor 3 :
To set the wiping interval to a value
between 1 and 10 seconds:
Switch on ignition.
Push stalk down from position O.
Wait until wiping frequency reac hes the
desired interval.
Set the stalk to adjustable timed interval
wiper position $.
The rain sensor d etects the amount of
water on the windscreen and a utoma tica lly
regulates the windscreen wiper.
The interv al rem ains stored until the next
change or the ignition is switched off.
Switching the ignition on and m oving the
stalk to $ sets the interval to 3.5 seconds.
In this mode, wiping freq uency is also
affected b y v ehicle speed. As vehicle speed
increases, wiping will become more
frequent.
15
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Operating windscreen and
headlight wash systems 3:
Pull stalk towards steerin g wheel
Move stalk to autom atic wiping with rain
sensor position $ .
Wash fluid is sprayed onto the windscreen.
The wip er operates for two cycles after the
stalk has been released and once m ore
after a 3 second delay.
The wiper operates for one cycle to chec k
the system when the starter switch is turned
to ACC .
The headlight wash system 3 can only be
operated w hen the headlights a re on.
Wash fluid is sprayed onto the headlights.
To turn wiper off, move stalk to position O.
The headlight wash system will not operate
for 1 minute after initial spray ing. If wash
fluid level is low then this delay is increased
to 2 minutes.
6 Further inform ation - see pages 190, 195.
6 Further inform ation - see page 190.
16
In brief
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Tailgate wash and wipe system:
Wiper on = Push stalk forward
Wiper off = Pull back towards
steering wh eel
Wash
= Press and hold
button
Wash fluid is sprayed on to tailgate
window when the button on the end of the
stalk is pressed. When the button is
released, washing w ill stop, but the wiper
will continue to swipe for a pprox. 3 cy cles.
Tailgate wiper op erates a utomatically
when w indscreen wiper is operating and
rev erse g ear has been selected 3.
6 Further inform ation - see page 190.
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Manual transmissio n:
1 to 5 = 1st to 5th gear
R
= Reverse gear
Only engag e reverse g ear when the vehicle
is stationary.
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Automatic transmissio n 3 :
P = Park positio n
R = Reverse
N = Neutral (idle)
D = Automatic gear selection
Man ual mo de:
+ = Shift to higher gear
- = Shift to lower gear
S ta rting is only possible in P or N . To move
from P or N , switch on ignition, d epress
footbrake and press selector lever button.
Eng age P or R: press selector lever button.
P: O nly with vehicle stationary, first apply
handbrak e
R: O nly with vehicle stationary.
6 Automatic tra nsmission - see pag e 109 .
In brief
17
Before starting-off check:
z Ty re pressures and c ondition.
z Und erneath the vehicle for any leaks.
z Engine oil level and fluid levels in engine
com partment (see pag e 183).
z All windows, mirrors, exterior lighting
and num ber p la tes are free from dirt,
snow and ice and are operational.
z Objects are securely located a nd will not
be thrown forwards in the event of
sudden braking.
z Seats, seat belts and mirrors are
correctly ad justed.
z All gauges and control indicators.
z Bra ke op eration.
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Exhaust gases are poisonous
Exhaust gases contain carbon monoxide,
whic h is extrem ely poisonous b ut has no
od our or colour.
Therefore never inhale ex haust gases a nd
never run the engine in an enclosed space.
You should also avoid driving with the
doors open, as ex haust gases c ould enter
the passenger compartment.
6 Ex haust ga ses - see page 132.
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Starting the engine:
Man ual transmission in neutral,
Depress clutch and footbrake,
Automatic transmissio n in P or N,
Do not ac celerate
Petrol engines:
Turn key to START and release it
Diesel engines:
Turn key to ON,
when preheating control
indicator N go es out 1 ),
turn key to START and release it
K ey returns automatically to ON position
when relea sed.
6
1)
Preh eatin g system sw itches on o nly if outside
tem perature is low .
18
In brief
Start a ttempts should not last longer than
15 second s. If engine does not sta rt, wait
10 second s b efore repeating starting
proced ure.
The increa sed engine speed automatically
returns to norma l idling sp eed as the
engine tem perature rises.
Drive at a m oderate sp eed, especially in
cold weather, until normal engine
opera ting temperatures have been
rea ched.
6 Elec tronic imm obiliser - see page 47,
further information see pages 123, 125, 127.
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Drying misted up or ic ed up
windows:
Set the tem perature rotary knob
to red and fan to po sition 4,
set air distribution to l
Close centre air v ents; open side air vents
and direct them towards the door windows.
6 Heating, ventilation and air conditioning
sy stem - see pages 99, 102.
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Heated rear window,
heated exterior mirrors 3
Press Ü
= On
Press Ü again = Off
Heating operational only in starter switch
positions AC C or O N.
The rear window a nd ex terior mirror
hea ting is switched off automatically a fter
app rox . 15 minutes.
6 Further information - see page 107.
In brief
Range
Inst. consumpt.
257 miles
34.6 mpg
19,5°
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To set automatic mode of
Electronic Climate Control
(ECC) 3:
Press AUTO button,
set temperature using rotary
kn ob
O pen all a ir vents.
6 Elec tronic C limate Control (ECC ) see page 104.
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In formation display 3:
Prov ides the following informat ion:
- time,
- outside tem perature,
- radio 3 and date,
- navigation 3 ,
- telephone 3 ,
- chec k control 3,
- trip comp uter 3.
6 Information disp la y 3 - see page 29.
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Releasing the handbrake:
Raise lever slightly,
press lock button,
lower lever fully,
handbrake release is audibly
con firmed
To reduc e operating forc es, depress
footbrake at the same time.
Do not drive with handbrake on, to avoid
dam age to brakes on the rear w heels. Do
not apply handbrake while v ehicle is in
motion or as a substitute for the footbrake.
6 Handbrake - see page 145.
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In brief
Warning buzzers
When parking:
Whilst driving:
z Alw ays apply handbrak e firmly. Engage
first gear on uphill gradients or rev erse
gear on d ow nhill gradients. On slopes
apply the handbrake as firmly as
possible.
z while opera ting the turn signals.
z if driv er’s or passenger’ s seat belt 3
is not engaged w hen the seat is oc cup ied
and vehicle speed exceeds approx .
14 mph (22 km/h).
z Turn wheels away from the road when
parking on downhill gradients or
tow ards the road when parking on uphill
gradients.
When the vehicle is parked and driver’s
door is opened:
z with exterior lig hts switched on.
z when the k ey is in the sta rter switch.
6 S eat belt wa rning chimes see pages 24, 73,
driving hints - see page 122,
save fuel, protect the environment see page 125.
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Parking the vehic le:
Apply handbrake firmly,
clo se windows,
switch off en gine,
remove key,
engage steering column lo ck,
loc k vehicle
6 Further information - see pages 47, 123,
remote control - see p age 48,
central locking system - see page 50,
Vauxhall a la rm system - see p age 52.
z Push key into sta rter switch before
removing (v ehicles with automatic
tra nsmission 3 : apply footbrak e and
shift into P before removing key ). Turn
steering wheel until loc k is felt to engage
(anti-theft p rotection).
z Switch off ex terior lights, otherwise the
headlight warning device will sound
when the driver’s door is opened.
z Cooling fans ma y run on after the engine
ha s b een switched off.
z Do not park vehicle on easily ignitable
surfaces as the hot exhaust sy stem
temperatures could cause the surfa ce to
ignite.
In brief
Service work, Maintenanc e
We recomm end tha t you entrust all w ork to
your Vauxhall Authorised R epairer, who
can provide y ou w ith reliable service and
correctly perform all work according to
factory instructions.
6 If you have a problem - see pag e 180,
engine oil life m onitor - see pages 25, 185.
Genuine Vauxhall Parts and
Accessories
We recommend the use of “ Genuine
Vauxhall Parts a nd Accessories” and
conversion parts released expressly for
your vehicle ty pe. These parts have
undergone special tests to establish their
reliab ility , safety and specific suitability for
your vehicle. Despite continuous market
monitoring, we ca nnot a ssess or guarantee
these attributes for other p roducts, even if
they have been granted approval by the
relevant authorities or in some other form.
“Genuine Vauxhall Parts and Accessories”
and conversion parts approved by
Vauxhall can be obtained from your
Vauxhall Authorised Repairer, who can
provide comprehensive ad vice about
permitted technic al changes and ensure
that the p art is installed correctly.
9 Warning
C arry out regularly the check s
rec om mended in this Owner's Manual.
Ensure that your v ehicle is serv iced at the
service intervals spec ified in the Serv ic e
Booklet.
Hav e faults remedied without d elay.
C onsult a workshop. If nec essary ,
interrupt your journey.
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That was the most important
information for your first drive in
your vehicle.
Your vehicle has still more
instrum ents and con trols,
possibly also optional equipmen t.
6 Maintenance - see pages 182 to 192.
The remain ing ch apters of the
Owner’s Manual contain
impo rtant information on
operatio n, safety and
maintenance as well as a
com plete index.
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In struments
Instruments
Control indicators .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Fuel gauge .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Transm ission display 3 .... ..... .... .... .....
Tachometer. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Speed om eter... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
O dometer / trip odometer .... .... .... .....
Information display . ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
O utside temperature.... .... ..... .... .... .....
Stop w atch .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Display of current ty re pressure 3 ....
Check control 3 ... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Radio reception 3 .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Steering wheel m ounted remote
control 3 ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Infotainm ent and nav ig ation
sy stems 3.. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Mobile telephones a nd radio
equipment (CB) 3 . ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
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27
28
28
28
29
29
30
43
44
44
44
45
45
45
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Control indic ators
4
Picture no:
The control indica tors described here are
not present in all vehic les. The descriptions
however, apply to all instrument versions.
Brak e system
Illuminates when ignition is switched on.
Goes out after engine is started.
The colours of the control indicators m ean:
Illuminates when engine is running if
handbrake is applied and/or fluid level for
brak e hyd ra ulics is too low.
z Red
Danger, important rem inder
z Y ellow
Warning, informa tion, fa ult
z Green
Sw itc h-on confirmation,
z Blue
Sw itc h-on confirmation.
u
Anti-lock Brak e S ystem (ABS)
see p age 146.
g
Tr ailer indic ator 3
Illum inates when a trailer is connected to
the vehicle. Extinguishes when the trailer is
disconnected.
9 Warnin g
If it illuminates when the handbrak e is not
applied : stop vehicle; interrupt y our
journey immediately and consult a
workshop.
Further information - see pag es 144, 188.
Instruments
r
Park ing dista nc e sensors 3
Illuminates for approx. 4 seconds when
ignition is switched on.
B
If it stays illuminated when the ig nition is
on, there is a fault in the system see page 140.
If it flashes during driving, the AWD system
is temporarily disabled.
5
Desc ent C ontrol S ystem (DCS)
Both control indicators illuminate for
approx. 4 seconds when ignition is
switched on.
All Wheel Dri ve (AWD)
Illum inates for approx. 4 sec onds when
ignition is switc hed on.
If it illum ina tes, there is a fault in the
sy stem. C onsult a workshop as soon as
possible.
Further information - see pag e 23.
C ool ant temp era ture
Illuminates for app rox . 4 seconds when
ignition is switched on.
A
Further information - see page 136.
Illuminates during driving to indica te a
fault that req uires im med ia te attention.
C onsult a workshop as soon as possible.
W
Flashes d uring driv ing when DCS is in
opera tion, a fter pressing DCS button.
Flashes to indicate system is not rea dy for
conditions to operate.
Autom atic head light ra nge
ad justment 3
Illuminates for app rox . 4 seconds when
ignition is switched on.
7
ESP Act ive & Warning
(Electronic S tabil ity Prog ramm e)
see p age 134.
Amber: illuminates to indicate there is a
fault in the system.
q
Further inform ation - see page 115.
Green: illuminates when DC S is ready for
opera tion.
ESP N ot Ready
see p age 134.
2
ESP O FF
see p age 134.
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If it illuminates when the eng ine is running :
S top vehicle and switch off engine. C oolant
temperature too hig h: Danger of engine
dam age. Check coolant lev el.
9 Warnin g
Allow engine to cool down before
removing c oolant filler cap.
Further information - see pag e 186.
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In struments
o
1
Y
Elec tronic im mobil iser
Illuminates for approx. 4 seconds when
ignition is switched on.
Ta ilgat e op en
Illum inates when ignition is switched on.
Low fuel level
Illuminates for app rox . 4 seconds when
ignition is switched on.
If it illuminates when the ignition is on,
there is a fault in the imm obiliser sy stem;
the engine ca nnot be started see page 47.
9
Door open
Illuminates when a door is open.
3
Eng ine electr oni cs,
tra nsm ission electronic s 3
Illuminates for approx. 4 seconds when
ignition is switched on.
If it illuminates during driving:
There may be a fault in the engine or
transm ission elec tronics; interrupt your
journey and consult a workshop as soon as
possible.
Further information - see page 132.
v
Airb ag systems 3 ,
belt t ensioners
see pages 74, 76.
Illum inates when tailgate is open or not
securely la tc hed.
X
Dr iver’s sea t belt remi nder
Illum inates for approx. 4 sec onds when
ignition is switc hed on.
When the engine is running, if d riv er’s seat
belt is not engag ed, it will flash for approx.
90 seconds and then illuminate until
driver’s seat belt is fastened .
If vehicle speed exceeds approx . 14 mph
(22 km/h), control indic ator will fla sh for
approx. 90 seconds along with a w arning
chim e a nd then rem ains illuminated until
driver’s seat belt is fastened .
Sea t belts - see pag e 72.
O
Turn sig nal lig ht s
The releva nt control indicator flashes when
the turn signal is on. Rapid flash: failure of
a turn signal bulb or the corresponding
fuse or failure of a trailer turn signal bulb 3.
Both c ontrol indicators flash when the
ha zard warning lights are a ctiv e.
Bulb replacement - see page 174,
fuses - see pag e 170.
If it illumina tes during driving: fuel level low,
fill up fuel ta nk as soon as possible.
N ever let the tank run dry.
Erra tic fuel sup ply can c ause catalytic
converter to overheat - see pa ge 130.
Diesel eng ines: If the tank has been run dry,
bleed the fuel system as described on
pag e 160.
>
Front fog li ghts
Illuminates when front fog lights are
switched on - see page 90.
r
Fog tai l light
Illuminates when the fog tail light is
switched on - see page 90.
P
Headl ight m ain beam
Illuminates when main beam is on and
when headlight flash is operated see page 12.
Instruments
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N
Prehea ting for d iesel engine 3
Illuminated during preheating.
Preheating sy stem switches on only if
outside temperature is low.
If it illuminate during driving, or the eng ine
cannot be sta rted, c onsult a workshop as
soon as possible.
S ta rting the engine - see page 17.
1
G
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Low wi nd sc reen wa sh fl uid
Illuminates for approx. 4 seconds when
ignition is switched on.
If it illuminates: windscreen wash fluid level
low, a dd wash fluid as soon as possible see page 190.
6
Water in d iesel fuel filter 3
Illuminates when water level in diesel fuel
filter exceeds a specified level. Residual
water in the diesel fuel filter will need to be
drained - see page 186. C onsult a
workshop as soon as possible.
C
Picture no:
Change engine oil 3
Illum inates for approx. 4 sec onds when
ignition is switc hed on.
Illum inates to ind icate that engine oil
need s changing im mediately. Within
approx. 600 miles (1000 km), engine power
may be d ecreased.
Once the engine oil has been cha nged, the
sy stem needs to be reset - see p age 185.
Diesel parti cle filter 3
Illuminates when diesel particle filter
requires cleaning.
As soon as the roa d and traffic situation
permits it, increase speed to more than
30 mph (50 km/h) for app rox . 15 minutes.
The control indicator goes off as soon as
cleaning is c om plete.
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In struments
m
I
Crui se control 3
see page 137.
Oil p ressure
Illum inates when ignition is switched on.
Goes out after eng ine is started.
Can illuminate intermittently when idling
with hot engine; must go out when engine
speed is increased.
S
Eng ine oi l level 3
Illuminates for approx. 4 seconds when
ignition is switched on.
If it illuminates during driving: oil lev el low,
top up oil to spec ified lev el - see pa ge 183.
2
Power steeri ng
Illuminates for approx. 4 seconds when
ignition is switched on.
If it does not illuminate w hen the ignition is
switched on, stays illuminated or
illuminates d uring driving, there is a fault in
the system. C onsult a workshop as soon as
possible.
If illum inated during driving:
Engine oil p ressure may b e d ang erously
low , interrupting engine lub rica tion and
resulting in da mage to the engine and/or
lock ing of the driving w heels:
z Move out of the flow of traffic as quickly
as possible without imped ing other
vehicles.
z Depress clutch,
z Move gearshift lev er to neutral
(automatic transm ission to N),
z Sw itch off ignition.
9 Warnin g
When the eng ine is off, considerably
greater force will be required for b ra king
and steering.
Do not remove key until v ehicle has com e
to a standstill, otherw ise the steering
colum n lock could engage unexpectedly .
C heck oil level before consulting a
workshop. I f the oil level is low, top up using
the specified engine oil - see p age 183.
If the oil level is norm al, have a work shop
check the vehicle’s lubrica ting system .
Instruments
p
Alternat or
Illuminates when ignition is sw itc hed on.
Goes out after engine is started.
If illuminated during driving:
Stop v ehicle and switch off engine. The
battery is not being charged and the
engine cooling may be interrupted. The
brake servo unit may c ease to be effective.
Interrupt y our journey immed iately.
Remove key and chec k drive belt c ondition
and tensioning before consulting a
workshop.
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Z
Exhaust em issions
Illum inates when ignition is switched on.
Goes out after eng ine is started. C an
illuminate briefly when driving; this is
normal and does not indicate a system
fa ult.
If it illum ina tes when the engine is running:
Fault in emission control system . The
permitted em ission limits m ay b e
exc eeded. Fuel economy and vehic le
driveab ility may be impaired .
The control indica tor also illuminates if
there is a fa ult in the diesel p artic le filter 3.
Consult a work shop as soon as possible.
If it flashes when the engine is running:
For a fa ult that ca n lead to destruc tion of
the cataly tic conv erter, see page 130.
Consult a work shop as soon as possible.
WINTER (or n)
Wi nt er program me 3
Control indica tor illuminates in instrument
cluster when Winter programme for the
autom atic transmission is ena bled see p age 111.
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Fuel gauge
Indicates fuel lev el when the ignition is on.
After a dding fuel and resta rting engine,
fuel g auge p ointer slowly moves to show
new fuel level.
Movement of fuel in tank when cornering,
brak ing or accelerating may cause the
pointer to m ove temporarily.
When fuel gauge indicates tha t fuel sup ply
is low, control indicator Y illuminates:
Fill up fuel tank as soon as possible see page 127.
N ever let the fuel tank become empty.
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In struments
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Transmission display 3
Tachom eter
Speedometer
Display of the selected gear or mode with
automatic transmission 3.
Making use of the tachom eter helps to
sav e fuel; it indicates the engine speed in
revolutions per minute (rpm).
Indicates the vehicle speed.
P
Park position.
R
Reverse gear.
N
Neutral.
D
Automatic mode.
1 to 5
Selected gear in Manual mode.
Red warning zone on right: ma ximum
permissib le engine speed exceeded,
danger to engine.
If possible, drive in ea ch gear in the low
engine speed ra ng e (between approx.
2000 and 3000 rpm ) and maintain an even
vehicle sp eed to max imise fuel effic iency.
Instruments
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Range
Range
RDS
[ TP]
257
257
miles
km
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Odometer / trip odometer
In formation display
O dometer:
The odometer indicates how fa r the vehicle
has been driven.
Board Inform ation Displ ay 3
Display of time, outside temp erature a nd
date / Infotainment system (when it is on).
Trip od ometer:
There are two indep endent trip odometers
which indicate how far the vehicle has been
driven since the last reset.
An F in the disp la y indicates a fault.
Have the cause of the fa ult remed ied by a
work shop.
Press the trip odometer b utton once to
toggle between " Trip A" and " Trip B".
To reset a trip odometer, press and hold
the trip od om eter button.
Inst. consumpt.
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257 miles
34.6 mpg
19,5°
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Grap hical I nformat ion Disp lay 3,
C olour Informa tion Display 3
Display of time, outside temperature, and
date / Infota inment system (when it is on).
The Gra phic al Inform ation Display
presents the information in monochrome.
The Colour Information Display p resents
the information in colour.
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In struments
The ty pe of information and how it is
displayed depends on the equipment of
the v ehicle and the settings of the trip
computer 3 and Infotainment system 3.
Some inform ation appea rs in the disp la y
in an abb reviated form.
Infotainm ent system –
see Infota inment system instruction
manual.
An F in the display indica tes a fault.
Hav e the cause of the fault remedied by a
workshop .
:
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Slippery road
Range
RDS
[ TP]
257miles
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Outside temperature
A fall in temp erature is indicated
immed iately and a rise in temperature
after a tim e delay.
If outside temp erature d rops to 3 °C ,
the symbol : illuminates in the Board
Information Display 3 as a warning for
icy road surfaces. : remains illuminated
until temperatures reach at least 5 °C.
-2, 5°C
OK
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In v ehicles with Graphical I nformation
Display 3 or C olour Inform ation Display 3 ,
a wa rning message appears in the display
as a warning for icy road surfac es. There is
no message below -5 °C.
9 Warnin g
Caution: The road surface may already
be icy even though the d isplay indicates
a few deg rees ab ov e 0 °C .
Instruments
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21.5°C
Range
257miles
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Board In formation Display 3,
selecting functio ns
Functions and settings of some equipment
can be acc essed via the Board I nformation
Display.
This is done via the menus and the buttons
on the I nfotainment system 3 or with the
left a djuster wheel on the steering w heel.
The relevant menu options are then shown
on the subsequent row of the display.
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Select menu items using the arrow buttons:
To select using the multi-function knob:
OK button
Turn
Select highlighted item,
confirm command
To exit a menu, press the right or left a rrow
button to rea ch Ret urn or Main and select.
Press
Highlig ht menu item s or
commands, select functions.
Select highlighted item , c onfirm
command.
To exit a m enu, turn the m ulti-func tion
knob left or right to Return or Mai n and
select.
If c heck control 3 issues a warning
message, the display is b loc ked from other
functions. Acknowledge the message by
pressing the m ulti-function k nob. If there
are several warning messages,
ack nowledge them one at a tim e.
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In struments
The functions are displayed in the following
order:
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System
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To select using the left adjuster wheel on
the steering wheel:
Board Information Display 3,
system settings
Turn up
Turn down
Press
Press the Settings button of the
Infotainment sy stem. Menu item Audio or
System will appear.
Prev ious menu item
Next m enu item
Select highlighted item,
confirm comma nd
If check control 3 issues a warning
message, the display is block ed from other
func tions. Acknowled ge the message by
pressing the left adjuster wheel. I f there are
several warning messages, acknowled ge
them one at a time.
Press the left arrow button to reac h menu
item S ystem a nd select. The first function
of the Syst em menu is highlighted.
Some of the functions appear on the
display in an abb reviated form.
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
Time synchronisation
Time, setting hours
Time, setting minutes
Date, setting day
Date, setting month
Date, setting yea r
Ignition logic
Language selection
Setting units of measure
Instruments
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The automatic setting is indicated by } in
the display.
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Clo ck Sync.On
To correct tim e with the help of RDS, select
the menu item for time synchronisation
from the Sett ings menu.
Make the desired setting.
Setting d ate and t ime
Select the menu item for time and date
setting from the Sett ings menu.
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English
Make the desired setting.
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Corr ect ing tim e
Some RDS transmitters do not send a
correct tim e signal. If the incorrect time is
continually disp la yed , deactivate
automatic time synchronisation 3 and set
the tim e m anually – see nex t column.
The setting is saved when the menu item is
exited.
Igniti on logic 3
See Infotainment system instruction
manual.
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Languag e selection
Y ou can select the display language for
some functions.
S elec t the menu item for langua ge from the
Sett ings menu a nd make the desired
setting.
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In struments
Board Information Display 3,
trip computer 3
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Unit Europe- SI
The trip computer provides information on
driving data, which is continually recorded
and ev alua ted electronically.
Ac cess trip computer v ehicle data by
pressing the BC button on the Infotainment
sy stem or the left adjuster wheel on the
steering wheel.
Some of the functions appear on the
display in an abb reviated form.
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Setti ng units of measure
You ca n select w hich units of measure a re
to be used.
Select the menu item for units of m easure
from the Set tings menu and mak e the
desired setting.
Once a function has been selected , the
subsequent rows of the trip computer
function are display ed.
The functions are displayed in the following
order:
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
Instanta neous consum ption
Average consumption
Effective consumption
Average speed
Distanc e travelled
Range
Stop watch
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Inst . Consumpt.
34.6 mpg
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I nsta ntaneous c onsump tion
Display c hanges depending on sp eed:
Display in g al/h
below 8 mph (13 km/h).
Display in m pg
abov e 8 mp h (13 km/h).
Instruments
Averag e c onsum ption
Display of av erage consumption.
The m easurement can be restarted at any
time – see nex t page.
Effect ive consumpt ion
Displays amount of fuel consumed.
The m easurement can be restarted at any
time – see nex t page.
Averag e sp eed
Display of av erage speed.
The m easurement can be restarted at any
time - see nex t page.
Stoppag es in the journey with the ignition
off are not included in the ca lc ulations.
Distance tra velled
Displays num ber of m iles / kilometres
driven. The mea surem ent can be restarted
at any time – see nex t page.
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Range
Stop Watch
257miles
01:22:32 h
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Range
Range is calculated from current fuel ta nk
content and instantaneous consumption.
The display shows avera ge v alues.
The vehic le updates the range
autom atic ally after a brief delay w hen the
vehicle has been refuelled.
If the fuel in the tank will a llow less than
30 miles (50 km) of trav el, the warning
"Refuel" appears on the display.
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St op wa tch
O perating using the arrow b uttons:
To start, press left a rrow button to select
menu item Start and press O K button to
start / stop.
To reset, press left a rrow button to select
menu item Reset and press OK button.
O perating using the left adjuster wheel on
the steering wheel:
To start, select menu item S tart and press
to start / stop.
To reset, select menu item Reset and press
to confirm comm and .
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In struments
Reset ting tri p comp uter informat ion
The following trip computer information
can be reset (restart of mea surem ent /
calculation):
z
z
z
z
Av erage consump tion
Effective consump tion
Av erage speed
Distance tra velled
Select the desired trip computer
inform ation or select menu item All v alues.
Reset by p ressing the left ad juster wheel on
the steering w heel or the O K button on the
Infotainm ent system.
Interrup tion of power suppl y
If the power supply has been interrupted or
if the b attery voltage has dropped too low ,
the v alues stored in the trip computer will
be lost.
Range
Inst. consumpt.
257 miles
34.6 mpg
19,5°
19: 36
Pictu re no: 17329T.tif
Picture no: s0013209.tif
Graphic al Information Display 3
or Colour Information Display 3,
selecting functions
To select using the arrow buttons:
The func tions and settings of some
equipment 3 can be a ccessed v ia the
Gra phic al Inform ation Display or the
Colour Information Display.
If c heck control 3 issues a warning
message, the display is b loc ked from other
functions. Acknowledge the message by
pressing the right or left button. If there are
sev eral warning messages, acknowledge
them one at a time.
Functions are selected and executed in the
menu on the d isplay using the direction
button 3 , the multi-function k nob 3 on the
Infotainment sy stem or the left adjuster
wheel on the steering wheel.
S elec t menu items via menus a nd with
the buttons on the Infotainment system.
Instruments
FM AS
[TP]
�
REG
90.6
C Din
Picture no: 17013T.tif
Turn
Press
H ighlight m enu item s or
c om mands, select functions.
S elect highlighted item, confirm
c om mand.
To exit a m enu, turn the multi-function
knob left or right to Ret urn or Main and
select.
If check control 3 issues a warning
message, the display is block ed from other
func tions. Acknowled ge the message by
pressing the m ulti-func tion knob. If
there are several warning messages,
acknowledge them one at a time.
Picture n o: s0013511.tif
To select using the left adjuster wheel on
the steering wheel:
Turn up
Turn d own
Press
Previous menu item
Next menu item
Select highlighted item,
confirm command
If check control 3 issues a w arning
message, the d isplay is blocked from other
functions. Acknow ledge the messa ge b y
pressing the left adjuster wheel. If there are
several warning messages, a cknow ledge
them one at a time.
MP3
MHz
19,5°
To select using the multi-function knob:
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19: 36
Picture no: 17331T.tif
For each functional area there is a main
pag e (Main), w hich is selected at the
top edge of the display (not with the
Infotainment S ystem C D 30 without the
Mobile Phone Porta l):
z
z
z
z
Audio,
Naviga tion 3 ,
Telep hone 3,
Trip computer 3.
For Audio, N avigation 3 and Telephone 3
functions – see I nfotainment system
instruction manual.
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In struments
7
Settings
Time, Date
19,5° 19:36
7
Time, Date
19,5° 19:36
19:36
Time
19:36
10 . 07 . 2004
Date
10 . 07 . 2004
Language
Units
Contrast
Day / Night
6 Synchron. clock automatical.
6 Ign. logic
Picture no: 17332T.tif
Pictu re no: 17340T.tif
System set tings
The settings are accessed via the Settings
menu.
Setting d ate and t ime
Select menu item Ti me, Date from the
Settings m enu.
Press the Ma in button 3 (not found on all
Infotainm ent sy stems) on the Infota inment
system (call up main display).
The menu for Tim e, Date is disp layed .
Press the Sett ings button of the
Infotainm ent system. On Infotainment
Sy stem C D 30, make sure no menu has
been selected.
C orrecting time 3
With nav ig ation system, d ate and time are
set a utomatica lly upon receipt of a GPS 1 )
satellite signal. If the d isplay ed tim e does
not match local tim e, it can be corrected
ma nually or a utoma tica lly by receiv ing an
RDS time signal2 ) 3.
S om e RDS transmitters d o not send correct
time signa ls. If the incorrect tim e is
displayed often, deactiv ate automatic
time synchronisation 3 and set the time
ma nually.
To correct time with the help of RDS, select
menu item Synchron. clock a utomat ical.
from the Time, Date m enu.
The box in front of Synchron. clock
aut omatic al. w ill be tick ed;
see Fig. 17340 T.
Select the menu item s required:
Make the desired setting.
The S et tings menu is d isplay ed.
1)
2)
GPS = G lob al P osition in g System,
satellite system for wo rld-wid e pos itioning.
RDS = R a dio Da ta System.
Instruments
7
Settings
19,5° 19:36
7
13 Languages
19,5° 19:36
X Deutsch
Time, Date
7
Settings
Deutsch
English
Language
Units
English
Español
Units
Contrast
Español
Dutch
Contrast
Day / Night
...
F rench
Day / Night
Italiano
6 Ign. logic
Picture no: 17341T.tif
Pictu re no: 17342T.tif
Language selec tion
You ca n select the display language for
som e functions.
Select the desired la nguag e.
Select menu item Language from the
Setti ng s menu.
In sy stems with voice output 3 , when the
lang uag e setting of the display is changed
the system w ill ask whether the
announcem ent language should also be
cha ng ed – see Infotainment sy stem
instruction m anual.
The a vailable langua ges are displayed.
Selections are indicated by a 6 in front of
the menu item.
19,5° 19:36
Time, Date
Language
6 Ign. logic
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|
|
|
Europe-SI
Japan
Great Britain
USA
Picture no: 17343T.tif
Sett ing units of measure
Y ou can select which units of mea sure are
to be used.
S elec t menu item Units from the Settings
menu.
The available units are displayed.
S elec t the desired unit.
S elec tions are indic ated b y a o in front of
the menu item.
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In struments
7
Contrast
19,5° 19:36
12
Setting d isplay mode 3
The display can b e adjusted to suit the light
conditions, b la ck or coloured text on a light
background or white or coloured text on a
dark bac kground.
Select menu item Da y / Nig ht from the
Settings m enu.
The options are displayed.
Automat ic: ad apted based on v ehicle
lig hting.
Picture no: 17926T.tif
Adj usti ng contrast 3
(Graphica l Inform ation Displa y)
Select menu item Contra st from the
Setti ng s menu.
The m enu for Contra st is display ed.
Confirm the required setting.
Always day d esig n: black or coloured text
on light b ackground .
Always night design: white or coloured
text on d ark back ground.
Selections are indicated by a o in front
of the menu item.
Igniti on logic 3
See Infotainment system instructions.
Ü
Board Computer
BC 1
19,5° 19:36
All values
BC 2
Timer
Tyres
Ø
257.0
40
7.0
Ø 34.6
miles
mph
gals
mpg
Picture no: 17344T.tif
Graphical Inform ation D isplay 3
or Colour Info rmatio n D isplay 3,
trip computer 3
The trip comp uters provide informa tion on
driving da ta , which is continually recorded
and evaluated electronica lly .
The trip computer m ain page provides
inform ation on range and instantaneous
consum ption.
To display other trip computer data,
press the BC button on the Infotainment
system 3, select the trip com puter m enu at
the front of the display or press the left
adjuster wheel on the steering wheel.
Instruments
41
Distanc e t ravelled
S hows the numb er of miles / k ilometres
travelled. The measurement can be
restarted at any time - see next pa ge.
Range
Inst. consumpt.
257 miles
Range
2 3m iles
34.6 mpg
19,5°
Av era ge sp eed
C alcula tion of av erage consump tion.
The m easurement can be restarted at a ny
time - see nex t page.
19: 36
Picture no: 17329T.tif
Range
Range is calculated from current fuel tank
content and instanta neous consumption.
The d isplay shows average values.
After refuelling, the v ehicle up dates the
range autom atically after a brief delay .
S topp ages in the journey with the ignition
off are not included in the c alcula tions.
OK
Pictu re no: 17345T.tif
If the fuel in the tank will a llow less than
30 miles (50 km) of trav el, the warning
"Refuel" appears on the display.
Ac know ledge the m enu item as described
on p age 36.
Instantaneous consumption
Display changes depending on speed:
Display in gal/h
below 8 m ph (13 km /h).
Display in mpg
above 8 mph (13 k m/h).
Effec tive consumpt ion
S hows the amount of fuel consumed.
The m easurement can be restarted at a ny
time - see nex t page.
Av era ge consum ption
C alcula tion of av erage consump tion.
The measurement can be restarted
at a ny time - see next page.
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In struments
Ü Board Computer
BC 1
19,5° 19:36
All values
BC 2
Timer
Tyres
Ø
257.0
40
7.0
Ø 34.6
19,5° 19:36
miles
mph
gals
mpg
Picture no: 17344T.tif
Distance
Av erage speed
Effective consump tion
Av erage consump tion
Select BC 1 or BC 2 from the trip computer
menu.
Ø
257.0
40
7.0
Ø 34.6
Ü Reset BC 1
19,5° 19:36
All values
All values
Reset ting tri p comp uter informat ion
The following trip computer information
can be reset (restart mea surem ents):
z
z
z
z
Ü Reset BC 1
m iles
m ph
gals
m pg
Pictu re no: 17346T.tif
The inform ation of the two trip computers
can be reset sep arately, making it possible
to evaluate data from different time
periods.
Select the desired trip computer
information.
The value for the selected function will be
reset and recalculated .
Ø
257.0
40
7.0
Ø 34.6
m iles
m ph
gals
m pg
Picture no: 17347T.tif
To reset all information of a trip computer,
select menu item Al l val ues.
After resetting , "- - -" is displayed for the
trip comp uter informa tion selected . The
recalculated v alues are displa yed after a
brief delay .
Instruments
Interrup tion of power suppl y
If the power supply has been interrupted or
if the b attery voltage has dropped too low ,
the v alues stored in the trip computer will
be lost.
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The desired stop wa tc h display can be
selected from the O ptions menu 3:
Ü Board Computer
19,5° 19:36
BC 1
00:00:00
BC 2
Timer
Tyres
Start
Reset
Options
Pictu re no: 17348T.tif
Stop watch
Select menu item Ti mer from the Board
Comp ut er menu.
The Timer m enu is disp la yed .
To start, select m enu item Start .
To reset, select m enu item Reset.
Driv ing Time exc l. St ops
The tim e the vehicle is in motion is
record ed. Stationary time is not included.
Driv ing Time incl . Stop s
The tim e the vehicle is in motion is
record ed. The time the v ehicle is stationary
with the key in the starter switch is
included.
Trav el Time
Measurement of the time from manual
activa tion v ia Sta rt to manua l dea ctivation
via Reset.
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In struments
Ü Board Computer
BC 1
Check co ntro l 3
Radio rec eptio n 3
In vehicles with tyre p ressure monitoring
sy stem 3, if tyre pressure is too low, the
display indicates which ty re to check, e.g.:
The ra dio is op erated as described in the
operating instructions sup plied.
Tyr e p ressure
check rea r
rig ht tyr e
(val ue in b ar)
BC 2
Timer
Tyres
Check tyre pressure at nex t opportunity
using suitab le ga uge.
Picture no: 17344T.tif
Display of c urrent tyre pressu re
Select menu item Tyres from the Boa rd
Com puter menu.
The c urrent pressure of each ty re is
displayed.
Further information – see pa ge 142.
Ty re p ressure monitoring system 3 –
see p age 142.
Check ing tyre pressure – see page 207.
3
In vehicles with tyre p ressure monitoring
sy stem 3, if there is m ajor loss of pressure
in a tyre, the d isplay indicates the tyre at
fa ult, e.g .:
Att enti on!
Rear left t yre
pressure l oss
(val ue in b ar)
Stop immediately and check ty re.
Ty re p ressure monitoring system 3 –
see p age 142.
Vehicle rad io reception will d iffer from that
obtained with domestic rad ios.
As the vehic le antenna is relatively nea r the
ground, the broadcasting companies
cannot guarantee the same quality of
reception as is obtained w ith a domestic
radio using an overhead antenna.
z Changes in dista nce from the transmitter
z multi-p ath reception due to reflection
and
z shadowing
ma y cause hissing, noise, distortion or loss
of reception altogether.
Instruments
In fotain men t and navigation
systems 3
The systems are operated as described in
the instruction manuals supplied.
The navigation system is supplied with a
CD or DVD detailing the local territory.
For add itional countries / territories,
separate CD’s are available from y our
Vauxhall Authorised Repairer.
Mo bile teleph ones and radio
equipment (CB) 3
Picture no: s0013498.ti f
Steering wheel moun ted remote
control 3
Infotainm ent system functions ca n be
opera ted by the b uttons mounted on the
steering wheel.
The Vauxhall installation instructions and
the opera ting guid elines provided by the
telep hone ma nufacturer must be ob served
when fitting and opera ting a mobile
telep hone. Failure to do so could invalidate
the v ehicle’ s operating permit (EU Directive
95/54/EG).
Requirem ents to ensure troub le-free
op eration:
z Professionally insta lled exterior antenna
to obtain the maximum rang e possib le
z Max imum transm ission power 10 W
z Installation of the telephone in a suitable
spot (front centre console).
S ee note on page 80.
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O btain advice on predetermined
insta lla tion locations for the ex ternal
antenna a nd equipment hold er and ways
of using d evices with transmission power of
more than 10 Watts. We recommend that
y ou consult your Vaux hall Authorised
Repairer, who will have brackets a nd
va rious installation kits and insta ll them in
acc orda nce with regula tions.
Y ou must use the hands-free attachment if
using the telephone whilst driving. Even
with a hands-free attachment, the
telephone could d istract y ou from the
traffic situation. Follow the national
regula tions of the country in which y ou are
driving.
9 Warnin g
When used in the v ehicle interior, mobile
telephones a nd radio eq uipm ent (CB)
with integrated antenna may cause
malfunctions in the vehicle electronics.
Mobile telephones and rad io equipment
(CB) should only be used with an antenna
fitted on the vehicle ex terior.
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Keys, doors, bonnet
Keys, doors, bonnet
Electronic immobiliser... .... ..... .... .... .....
Radio frequency remote control 3 ....
Central locking system . .... ..... .... .... .....
Mechanica l anti-theft loc king
sy stem 3 ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Vauxhall alarm system 3. ..... .... .... .....
Tailgate 3 ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Child safety locks . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Bonnet release ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Replacement keys
47
48
50
51
52
54
55
55
The key is a c onstituent of the electronic
immobiliser. In c ase of loss, replacement
key s c an be ord ered from your Vaux hall
Authorised Repairer b y quoting the k ey
numb er and Vehic le Identification N umber
(VIN).
Once a new transmitter is coded, the lost
tra nsmitter will not unlock y our vehicle.
Ordering key s from a Va ux ha ll Authorised
Repairer guarantees p roblem-free
op eration of the electronic immobiliser.
Keep spare key in a safe place.
Locks - see pa ge 196.
Loc k cylinders
Designed to free-wheel if they are
forcefully rotated without the correct k ey or
if the correct key is not fully inserted.
To reset, turn cy linder with the c orrect key
until its slot is vertica l, remove key and then
re-insert it. If the cylinder still free-wheels,
turn the key through 180° and rep eat
op eration.
Car Pass
The Ca r Pass contains a ll of the vehicle’s
data and should therefore not be k ept in
the vehicle.
Have your Ca r Pa ss to hand when
consulting a Va ux ha ll Authorised Rep airer.
Picture no: s0013585.tif
Key with foldaway key section 3
Press button to extend. Press button to
retrac t; key section audibly engages.
Keys, do ors, bonnet
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Not e
The immobiliser does not lock the doors.
Therefore, after leaving the vehicle, always
lock it and switch on the Vaux hall alarm
system 3.
The Ca r Pass contains all the v ehicle’s data
and therefore m ust not be kept in the
vehicle.
Hav e y our Car Pass ready to hand when
consulting a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer.
Picture no: s0013586.ti f
Electronic immo biliser
The sy stem checks whether the vehicle m ay
be sta rted using the key that has been
inserted. If the k ey is recognised as
"authorised", the vehic le can b e started.
The c heck is carried out via a transponder
housed in the k ey.
The electronic immobiliser is automatically
activated when the key is turned to LO CK
position and removed from the starter
switch.
Picture n o: s0013499.tif
Control i nd icator o for imm obiliser
The control indica tor illuminates w hen the
ignition is switc hed on, then goes out.
If the control indicator stay s illuminated
after the ig nition is sw itc hed on, there is a
fa ult in the immobiliser system.
z Turn key to LOC K position and rem ov e,
z wait a pproximately two seconds,
z then repeat starting procedure.
If the control indicator fails to extinguish,
try to start the engine using the spare key .
Obtain assistance from a workshop.
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Keys, doors, bonnet
Treat the remote control unit with care; it
should be protected against m oisture, kept
out of direct sunlight and should not be
op erated unnecessarily .
C entra l lock ing system
see page 50.
Do not p lace heavy objects on the remote
control unit, and a void dropping it.
Vauxhall ala rm system 3
see page 52.
The haz ard warning lights flash to indicate
that the rem ote control is op erational.
Picture no: s0013587.ti f
Radio frequency remote co ntro l 3
The remote control is used to operate:
z Central locking system ,
z Mechanical anti-theft locking system 3,
z Vauxhall ala rm system 3 .
The remote control has a range of approx.
6 metres. The range may be reduced due
to env ironmenta l cond itions or shad ow ing
and reflection of the radio w aves.
To opera te the remote control, direct the
rem ote control unit a t the vehicle.
Mechanic al anti -theft locki ng system 3
see page 51.
Keys, do ors, bonnet
K ey with fix ed key section:
Insert a sma ll screwdriver in the notch on
the cover a nd prise it open.
Note
If the central locking system cannot be
opera ted with the remote c ontrol, this may
be due to the follow ing reasons:
Remove used b attery, tak ing ca re to avoid
touching the circuit board to other
components.
z The rem ote control is out of range.
z The battery voltage of the remote
control is too low. Change the battery in
the rem ote control unit.
z The remote control has been repeatedly
op erated outside the vehicle’s reception
ra nge (e. g. at too great a distance from
the vehicle). The rem ote control m ust be
reprogrammed. We recom mend y ou
consult your Va ux ha ll Authorised
Repairer.
z The system has been overloaded as a
result of repeated operation at short
intervals. The power sup ply is cut off for
a brief p eriod.
z Interference from higher p ow er radio
waves from other sources.
Loc k or unloc k the d oors manually using
the k ey or central locking switch.
Hav e ca use of fa ult remedied b y a
workshop.
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Ensure the new battery is insta lled correctly
with positive (+ ) side facing down towards
the base.
C lose cover ensuring it audibly engages in
the key part.
Pictu re no: 17031T.tif
Changing batt ery in remote contr ol unit
Replace the battery in a ccord ance with the
Serv ic e Booklet or when the range of the
remote control starts to become reduced.
Key with foldaway key section:
op en cover by ha nd .
Remove used battery , taking care to avoid
touching the circ uit b oa rd to other
components.
Ensure the new battery is installed correctly
with positive (+) side fac ing up .
Close cover ensuring it audibly engages in
the key pa rt.
9 Warnin g
Used lithium batteries can harm the
environment. Make sure that you dispose
of old batteries in accordance with
environmental p rotection regulations.
Do not dispose with household refuse.
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Keys, doors, bonnet
To unl oc k:
Press q b utton on rem ote control unit
- or Press centra l locking switch m in driver’s
door.
If no door is op ened within a pprox.
30 seconds after the vehicle has been
unlocked v ia the remote control, the vehicle
is relocked autom atically and anti-theft
mode 3 is reactiva ted.
Picture no: s0013588.ti f
Cen tral locking system
For front doors, rear doors, tailga te and
tank flap.
To lock :
Press p button on remote control unit
- or With the doors closed, press central locking
switch m in driver’ s d oor.
The c entral locking system can be
activated with the windows op en.
Always ensure that the doors, bonnet,
tailgate, sunroof 3 a nd windows are
properly closed and that there a re no
passengers left in the vehic le before
locking with the remote control.
When the q button is pressed, the
instrument cluster illuminates for approx.
30 seconds until starter switch is in the
ACC position.
9 Warning
For safety reasons, the vehicle cannot be
locked or unlock ed via the remote control
unit (and the anti-theft system 3 will not
be activated) if the key is in the starter
switch.
Picture no: s0013450.tif
C entra l lock ing swit ch m
Use the central lock ing switch to lock or
unlock the doors, tailga te and ta nk flap
from insid e the vehicle.
Press the right part of the switch to lock or
the left part of the switch to unlock.
Locking is only possible if a ll doors and the
tailgate are closed.
Keys, do ors, bonnet
51
9 Warning
Do not use the system if there are people
in the vehicle. The d oors cannot be
unloc ked from inside.
Picture no: s0013589.ti f
Mechanical anti-theft locking
system 3
To lock :
All doors and the tailga te must be closed;
press the p button on the remote control
unit again within 3 second s a fter locking.
Haza rd warning lights flash.
-orturn key in driver's door lock towa rd s rear
of vehic le aga in within 3 seconds after
locking, then turn it b ack to the vertical
position and remove.
Loc k buttons on all d oors are positioned
suc h that doors cannot be opened.
Picture no: s0013204.tif
To unlock :
Press q button on remote control unit.
-orturn key in driver's door lock towards front
of vehicle, then turn it back to the vertica l
position a nd remove.
9 Warnin g
Unlock ing is not possib le in any other
way, so k eep spare key in a safe p la ce.
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Keys, doors, bonnet
To act ivat e
Alway s ensure tha t the doors, bonnet,
tailgate, sunroof 3 and windows are
properly closed a nd tha t there are no
passengers left in the vehicle before
activa ting anti-theft alarm system.
Press the p button on the remote control
- or lock driv er’s door using the key:
Picture no: s0013588.ti f
Vauxhall alarm system
3
The system monitors:
z Front and rea r doors.
z Ta ilg ate 3 , bonnet.
z Passenger compartment.
z Starter switch.
z Siren power supp ly 3.
The remote control unit is used to operate
the a nti-theft a la rm system.
Picture n o: s0013730.tif
The security indicator 3 illum inates to show
that the system is operational when the
doors are locked w ith the rem ote control or
the key. When the doors are unloc ked w ith
the key or remote, the light extinguishes.
z Hazard warning lig hts flash once.
z All doors are locked.
z Anti-theft system is activated after
approx. 30 seconds.
C onfirm that the security indicator light
starts flashing slowly, a fter illum inating for
app rox . 30 second s, to show that the antitheft system has been activated.
If the p button is pressed ag ain, the
anti-theft alarm sy stem will activ ate
automatically, byp assing the 30 second
delay.
If the hazard warning lights do not flash on
activa tion or the security indicator light
flashes quickly, this ma y indicate tha t a
door, the tailg ate or the b onnet is not fully
closed.
Keys, do ors, bonnet
To deacti vate
Press the q button on the remote c ontrol
- or unlock driver’s door using the key :
Note
The anti-theft alarm system cannot be
deactiv ated in a ny other way so keep a
spare key in a safe place.
z Hazard w arning lights flash tw ic e.
z All doors are unlock ed.
z Anti-theft system is d eactivated.
Alarm
While the alarm system is switched on, the
alarm can b e triggered, indicated by:
If the driver’ s d oor is not opened, or the
engine is not started within 30 seconds of
deactivation, all doors are autom atically
relocked a nd the system is reactivated.
z an acoustic sig nal (horn) and
If the a la rm has been triggered, the hazard
warning lights will not flash upon
deactivation.
z a v isual signal (ex terior lights).
The number and duration of the alarms are
legally established.
The alarm is stopped by pressing q or p
on the rem ote control or by unlocking the
driver’s door with the correct key . The a ntitheft alarm system is deactiva ted a t the
sam e time.
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Ala rm siren
w ith integrat ed batt ery 3
The alarm siren monitors the on-board
voltage network and triggers an ala rm if
this network is manipulated (e.g . if the
vehicle’s ba ttery is disconnected by
unauthorised persons). The alarm siren ha s
its own power supply and is therefore not
dependent on the vehicle’s battery.
If the vehicle’s battery is to be
disconnected (e.g. for maintenance w ork ),
the alarm siren must be dea ctivated as
follows: sw itch the ignition on then off,
disconnect the vehicle’s battery within
15 seconds.
To swit ch off alarm siren:
S witc h ignition on then off.
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Keys, doors, bonnet
9 Warning
Ensure there are no obstruc tions and that
there is adeq ua te clearance w hen
opening the tailgate.
Do not drive with tailgate open or ajar,
e.g. w hen transporting bulky objects,
sinc e toxic exhaust gases could
penetrate the vehic le interior.
Picture no: s0013776.ti f
Tailgate 3
To unlock and open
Press q button on remote c ontrol
- or Press central locking switch m on driver’s
door panel.
The tailga te is unlock ed together with the
doors and can be opened by operating the
button above the num ber plate and lifting
the tailgate.
If the tailgate is open when the ignition is
switched on, ta ilg ate open control
indicator 1 illuminates in the instrument
cluster.
If driving with tailgate op en is necessary,
set fan to highest speed, op en all air
vents, close windows and ensure air
rec irculation mode is off, to allow entry of
outside air.
Picture no: s0013341.tif
To close and l ock
There is a handle on the inside of the
tailgate for closing the luggage
compa rtm ent.
C lose tailgate by pushing it down so it
latches sec urely. Ensure tailgate is fully
closed before driv ing .
To lock ta ilg ate, together with the doors:
Press p button on remote control
- or Press central locking switch m on driver’s
door panel.
If the ignition is switched on, the tailgate
open control indicator 1 ex tinguishes in
the instrument cluster.
Keys, do ors, bonnet
Picture no: s0012858.ti f
Child safety lo cks
9 Warning
Use the child safety lock w henever
children are oc cup ying the rear seats 3.
Disreg ard may lead to injuries or
endanger life. Vehicle passengers must
be informed accordingly.
To enga ge lock , open d oor, insert key into
child safety loc k and turn lock clockw ise
from the vertica l to the horizonta l p osition.
Door cannot then be opened from inside.
To unlock door while c hild safety lock is
activated, p ull up loc k button and open
door from outside. Do not pull insid e door
handle while child safety lock is activated.
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Bonnet release
To op en the bonnet, pull release lever /
loca ted on the right-hand side below the
instrument panel.
The bonnet will then be unlocked and w ill
partially open. Return release lever to its
original p osition.
Do not pull release lev er while the vehic le is
moving.
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Picture no: s0013560.tif
To open completely, loca te the safety
catch on the underside of the bonnet, push
the catch upwards and lift the bonnet
gently . Air pressurised sup port rods will
hold the bonnet open.
When the b onnet is opened, leaves, dirt or
snow on the bonnet ca n slide down and
obstruct the air intak e. Remove any lea ves,
dirt or snow. Air intake - see page 107.
N ever drive with bonnet open.
To close b onnet, lower it gradually,
allowing it to drop from a height of a pprox.
30 cm.
C heck that the b onnet is locked in position
before driving, b y pulling at its front edge.
If it is not eng aged, repeat closing
procedure.
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Seats, interior
Seats, interior
Seat adjustment
See pag e 3
Seat position
Rear seats.... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Fold ing down the front passenger’s
seat 3 .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Electrically a djustable front sea t 3 ...
FlexO rganizer 3... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Lug gage compartment cover 3... .....
Lashing eyes ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Safety net 3 .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Lug gage compartment storage 3 ....
Lug gage compartment under floor
storage 3 .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Notes on loading the vehic le .... .... .....
Ciga rette lig hter ) 3 .... .... ..... .... .... .....
Accessory sockets 3 ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Ashtray s 3... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Drink holders ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Stowage comp artm ents... ..... .... .... .....
Sunvisors.. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Assist grips .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
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58
59
60
61
61
62
63
63
64
65
65
66
67
67
69
70
Ad just driver’s seat such that with the
driver sitting upright the steering wheel is
held in the area of its upper spokes with the
driver’s arm s slightly bent.
The seat b ackrests must not be tilted too
fa r back (recommend ed m aximum tilting
angle ap prox . 25°).
9 Warning
Imp ortant: Do not sit nea rer than
10 inches (25 cm) from the steering
wheel, to perm it safe airba g deploy ment.
Disregard can lead to injuries whic h could
be fatal. Vehicle passengers must be
inform ed according ly .
Picture no: 17055T.tif
Head restraints
For m aximum protection, the middle of the
hea d restra int should be at eye level. If this
is not possible for extremely tall persons,
set to highest position, and set to lowest
position for extrem ely sma ll persons.
9 Warnin g
Disregard ca n lead to injuries which c ould
be fa ta l. Vehicle passengers must b e
informed accordingly before moving
away.
S etting – see pa ge 4.
Seats, interior
57
9 Warnin g
When folding the backrest, use caution bewa re of moving parts. Ensure the
backrest is secure when folded.
Picture no: s0013446.ti f
Rear seats
To adjust backrests, lift release lever
located on top of backrest and move
back rest forwards or bac kwards to desired
position.
Do not lean on sea t backrest whilst
adjusting it or ma ke ad justments while the
vehic le is moving.
When folding the rear seat b ackrests,
ensure the seat belts are unbuckled and
stow ed in their norma l position.
Picture n o: s0013669.tif
Fold ing rear seat ba ckrests
The luggage compartment can be
enlarged by folding the rear seat b ackrests
onto the seat cushions.
To fold rear seat backrests separately,
unbuckle all three rear seat belts and
ensure front seats a re not in reclined
position.
Push head restra ints all the way down, lift
backrest release lever located on top of
backrest and fold backrest forwards and
down onto seat cushion.
Do not a llow passeng ers to sit on folded
backrest, or place any unrestra ined loads
on it.
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Seats, interior
Restoring rear seat b ackr ests
Lift and push b ackrest up and backwards
to restore it to its original position. Ensure
back rest la tches into place by p ushing top
of back rest and pulling it forwards again.
To raise the seat, lift bac krest relea se lever
and push backrest to upright position. Pull
handle up wards and hold, slide seat
forwards and ensure it is p roperly latched
into position.
Push head restraints b ack to original
position.
Push and p ull on seat ba ckrest to ensure it
is locked, thus avoiding ex cessiv e forward
mov ement in the event of a collision.
9 Warning
9 Warnin g
Ensure that the ba ckrest returns to its
correct position a nd the seat belt buc kles
engage securely - see page 72.
Nev er adjust the rear seat b ackrests
whilst the vehicle is moving. They could
move in an uncontrolled m anner when
the lev er has been pulled .
Picture n o: s0013441.tif
Folding down the fron t
passenger’s seat 3
Push front passenger’ s seat head restraint
all the wa y down - see pa ge 4.
Slide front passenger’ s sea t as far back as
it will go before releasing ha nd le.
Fold sea t forwa rd s b y lifting backrest
relea se lev er and folding ba ckrest down
onto seat cushion until it stops in the folded
position.
If long er objects, e.g . skis, are to be
carried on the back of the front
passeng er’s seat b ackrest, ensure they
are not in the area in which the front
passeng er’s airbag inflates or in the area
between the seat ba ckrest and the
vehicle body. In the event of a collision,
such objects m ay b e thrown through the
vehicle.
The load m ust not hinder handbrake
operation or gearshifting.
Disregard of these notes c an lead to
injuries which ma y be fatal.
Seats, interior
59
Electrically adjustable front
seat 3
9 Warning
Care must b e tak en when op erating
elec trically adjustab le sea ts. There is a
risk of injury, pa rticularly for child ren and
a danger tha t articles could become
trap ped.
Keep a close watch on the seats when
adjusting them.
Vehicle passengers must be informed
according ly .
Picture n o: s0013257.tif
Adjustment
The seat p osition can be adjusted by
means of switches on the outboard side of
the seat.
Ad justing the longitudinal position:
Move front switch forw ards / ba ckwards.
Height ad justment:
To adjust height of front part of
seat cushion, push front p art of switch
up / down.
To adjust height of rear part of seat
cushion, p ush rear part of sw itc h up / down.
To adjust height of entire sea t cushion,
push both front and rear parts of switch
up / down.
Picture no: s0013461.tif
S eat ba ckrest adjustm ent:
Move upper part of rea r switch
forwards / backward s.
O perate switch until desired seat position is
reached. Seat position - see pag e 56.
After a djusting the seat, adjust height of
seat belt - see p age 73.
The seat backrest must not be tilted too far
bac k (recomm ended max imum tilting
angle approx. 25°).
N ever adjust seat whilst driv ing .
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Seats, interior
Picture no: 17087T.tif
FlexOrgan izer 3
Flexible system for div iding the luggage
compartment or securing loads.
The system consists of:
z
z
z
z
adapters
variable partition net
mesh pockets for the side walls
hooks in the lugga ge c om partment
Com ponents are mounted in the two guide
rails in the side walls of the luggage
compartment by mea ns of adap ters or
hooks.
Pictu re no: 17088T.tif
Va riable pa rtition net
Insert an adapter in ea ch rail: fold up
ha ndle plate, insert adap ter in upper and
low er groove of rails, move to desired
position.
To lock the a dapter, swiv el the hand le
plate up. Compress the rods of the
partition net slightly and insert in
corresp onding opening s of the adapter.
The longer rod must be inserted in the
up per ad apter.
Picture no: 17089T.tif
Hook s a nd mesh pock et
Insert the hooks in the desired position in
the rails: insert the hook in the upper
groove on the rail a nd press in the lower
groove. The mesh pocket can be hung from
the hooks.
Remov ing
Press the pa rtition net rods together and
remove from the ada pters.
Adapter: fold open the retainer, release the
ada pter from the low er g roove a nd rem ov e
from the up per groove.
Release the hooks from the rails.
Seats, interior
Picture no: s0013355.ti f
Luggage compartment cover
3
To close
Pull lug gage compartment cover toward s
rea r of vehicle using handle and insert
retainers into slots on either side of
luggage compartment.
To open
Remove luggag e compartment c ov er from
side b ra ckets. I t rolls up automatically .
Notes on load ing the vehicle
See page 64.
9 Warning
Do not plac e any heavy or sharp objects
on the cover.
Loose objects in the luggage
com partment should be secured safely .
Picture n o: s0013357.tif
Rem oving
Open luggage compartment cover.
Remove the cover from the side b ra ckets.
Fit in reverse ord er.
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Picture no: s0013358.tif
Lashing eyes
Lashing eyes are mounted on the luggage
compa rtm ent floor to enable loads to be
secured in position using lashing straps 3
or a luggage floor net 3. Two lashing ey es
are located in front of the rear sea ts for
fitting a safety net 3 - see next page.
Designed for carrying small, light items
only, the luggage floor net 3 helps keep
loads from moving during sharp turns or
quick starts and stops.
To insta ll: attach the four net hooks to the
lashing ey es mounted on the lug gage
compa rtm ent floor.
9 Warnin g
Do not carry hea vy objects in the
lug gage floor net. Loose ob jects in the
lug gage compartment should be secured
safely.
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Seats, interior
Safety net
3
The safety net can b e mounted behind the
rea r seats or, if the rear seat backrests are
folded, in front of the rear seats.
Passeng ers must not b e transported
behind the safety net.
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Picture no: s0013562.tif
Fit ting
There a re four installation openings in the
roof frame, two located in front of a nd two
behind the rear seats.
In front of and behind the rear seats on
both sides of the vehicle are the hook
holders (lashing eyes) for the lower strap
hooks.
When fitting behind the rear seats, rem ove
the luggage compartment cover see p age 61.
Hang strap hooks in the tw o lashing eyes.
When fitting in front of the rear seats, fold
down rear seat backrests - see pag e 57.
Open aperture covers on the roof frame
and insert top corners of safety net into
large apertures in roof fra me and sec ure by
sliding them into the smaller apertures.
Pull on the straps to take up any slack.
Seats, interior
63
9 Warning
Do not stack loads higher tha n the upper
end of the safety net.
Av oid applying excessive force to the
safety net or hanging heavy item s from it.
Do not place loads b ehind the safety net
which hav e sharp edges that could pa ss
through the net in the event of heavy
braking, for example.
Remov ing safety net
Loosen strap s by pulling up stra p a djusters
and remove the strap hooks from the
lashing eyes.
Pull top corners of safety net from the
smaller a pertures into the larger aperture
and remove.
Picture n o: s0013359.tif
Luggage compartment storage 3
Tra ys on both sides of the luggage
compartment floor.
Picture no: s0013419.tif
Luggage com partment
under floo r storage 3
To acc ess the und er floor storage, push
both levers on floor cover towards the
centre (see Fig. S 13700 on page 165).
Pull floor cov er upwa rd s b y handle and
hang the hook to the upper part of the
tailgate opening.
9 Warnin g
Do not allow objects to protrude a bove
the top of the under floor storage to
avoid da mage to the stora ge a rea and
the luggage compa rtm ent floor.
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Seats, interior
Notes on loading the vehicle
z Heav y objec ts in the lug gage
com partment should be placed as far
forwards as possible. If objects are to be
stacked, the heav ier objects should be
placed at the b ottom.
With rea r seats in the folded position, or
with safety net 3 installed behind rear
seats, objects must not be stacked
higher tha n the seat b ackrests.
Unsec ured objec ts in the lug gage
com partment would be thrown forwards
with great force in the event of heavy
braking, for example.
z Secure heav y objec ts with lashing
straps 3 atta ched to the lashing p oints.
If heavy loads slip when the vehicle is
braked heavily or driven around a bend,
the handling of the vehicle m ay change.
z The warning triangle 3 and first-aid kit 3
should a lways be freely accessible.
z Weights, payload and roof loa d see page 201.
z No ob jects should be placed on the
instrument panel. They are reflected in
the glass, obstruct the driv er’s view and
will be thrown through the vehicle in the
event of heavy b ra king, for ex ample.
z Driv ing with a roof load (see also
page 123) increases the sensitiv ity of the
vehicle to crosswinds and has a
detrimenta l effec t on vehicle handling
owing to the higher centre of gra vity of
the vehicle.
z No objects should be stored in any of the
airbag 3 inflation zones, as injuries m ay
be caused w hen the a irba g is trig gered.
z Bulky ob jects should not be transported
with the tailga te open or a ja r, otherwise
poisonous ex haust fumes may enter the
vehicle. In addition, the number plate is
only distinguishable and illuminated
correctly if the doors are closed.
9 Warnin g
Disregard of these instruc tions may lead
to injuries or endanger life. Vehicle
passeng ers must be informed
accordingly.
Seats, interior
Picture no: s0013392.ti f
Cigarette lighter )
3
With starter switch in p ositions ACC or ON,
push the cigarette lighter in all the way .
With key in LOCK position in the sta rter
switch or removed , the cigarette lighter can
be used for up to 10 minutes or until a door
is opened.
Heating up ceases once element is
glowing; cig arette lig hter pops up
automatically. Withdraw lighter.
Do not hold lighter in while it is heating, to
avoid damage from overheating.
Do not touc h the barrel of the cigarette
lighter; risk of injury.
If the lighter does not pop up within
approx. 30 seconds, rem ove it and consult
a w orkshop.
Picture n o: s0013394.tif
Accessory soc kets 3
Located below the rear drink holders and
in the right-ha nd side of the lugga ge
compartment.
Operational with sta rter switch in positions
ACC or ON .
Pull the cap out to use the accessory
socket, and replace it when not in use.
The socket for the cigarette lighter c an also
be used to connect electrical acc essories
when the ig nition is sw itched on 3.
Use of accessory sockets w hile the engine is
not running will discha rg e the battery .
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Picture no: s0013395.tif
The maximum power requirement of
electrical ac cessories m ust not ex ceed
120 w atts.
If y ou apply a ny electrical equip ment that
exceeds this lim it, power supply will be cut
off automatically, blowing the fuse.
Do not connect any current deliv ering
acc essories, e.g. electrical charging
devices or b atteries.
C onnected electrical accessories must
comply with the EC standard in terms of
electromagnetic compatibility
requirements laid down in DIN VDE 40 839,
otherwise vehicle malfunc tions may occur.
The use of non-authorised accessories may
cause damage to the socket.
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Seats, interior
Ashtrays 3
To be used only for ash and not for
combustible rubbish.
9 Warning
Disreg ard of these instructions may lead
to injuries or end ang er life. Vehicle
passengers must b e informed
according ly .
Picture n o: s0013417.tif
Picture no: s0012924.tif
Port able front a shtr ay 3
Located in front drink hold er.
Rear a shtr ay (or storag e c om part ment) 3
Located in rear of centre console.
To op en: gently lift up lid. Illum ina tes
depending on outside light cond itions.
To open: press button a bove the ashtray /
stora ge c om partment.
To empty : rotate up per pa rt of ashtray
anticlock wise and remove.
Do not use the storage compartment for
cigarette a sh.
After use, close lid firm ly.
To replace battery : remove screw on
ashtray lid and replace with CR2032 (or
equivalent) battery.
Seats, interior
Picture no: s0013420.ti f
Picture n o: s0013418.tif
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Picture no: s0012917.tif
Drink holders
Stowage compartments
Loc ated in the front and rear of the centre
console.
Glove comp artm ent
To op en, pull handle upwards.
Sung lass hol der
To open: push the rear part of the front
reading lights c ov er.
The front drink holder is a fix ed size.
The glove compartment will illuminate
when opened.
To close: pull up cover and push it until it
latches into place.
The glove compartment partition can be
removed from its groove, to allow room for
larger items.
Do not store heav y items in the stowage
compa rtm ent.
The rear drink holder is flexible, allowing
different size drink containers to be stored.
To open: press button a bove rear drink
holder.
Store the partition in the g roove on the far
left-hand sid e of the glove com partment.
9 Warning
Do not drive with glove compartment
open; risk of injury in the ev ent of heav y
braking or a collision.
Glov e com partment cooling 3 see p age 106.
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Seats, interior
Picture no: s0013345.ti f
Picture n o: s0013337.tif
Console box in front ar mrest 3
To open: pull up lower lever and lift the lid.
Console box i n rea r armrest 3
To op en: pull up lid of rear centre arm rest.
To close: lower lid and push it down until it
latches into position.
To c lose: lower lid and p ush it down until it
latches into position.
To use the tra y 3: ensure armrest is in its
rea rm ost position, pull up on upper lever
and lift the lid .
Picture no: s0013491.tif
C onsole net
Located on the left-hand side of the
driver’s footwell, next to the interior
fusebox.
Seats, interior
69
Card hol der
Located below instrum ent panel on driver’s
side. Insert a card into the slot for
conv enient use.
Coin storag e
Open by pulling handle on coin storage
door (located below card holder) towards
you. Push door firmly to close.
Picture no: s0013356.ti f
Front passeng er’ s seat und ert ray 3
Pull up on end of tray then pull it towards
instrument panel to use. Push the tray
towards the sea t to return it to its original
position.
Picture no: s0013447.tif
Su nvisors
Use the sunvisor to protect from glare b y
pulling it up, down or swiv elling it to the
side.
S unvisors hav e v anity mirrors 3 and a
ticket holder 3 on the rea r.
When the vanity m irror covers are opened ,
the sunvisor lig ht 3 will illuminate.
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Seats, interior
Picture no: s0013451.ti f
Assist grips
Loc ated above the driver’s door 3, the
front passenger’s door and both rear
doors.
Pull grip down and hold to assist when
entering or exiting the vehicle. Grips sw ing
back up automatically when released.
Rear door assist grips also include coat
hangers.
Do not hang item s on assist grips unless
they are equipped with coat hangers, to
avoid ob structing driver’ s view.
Safety systems
Safety systems
Three-stage restraint system
The system c om prises:
z Three-point seat belts.
z Belt tensioners, with load limiters, on the
front seats.
Three-stage restraint sy stem .... .... ..... 71
Seat belts. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 72
Three-point seat belts .. .... ..... .... .... ..... 72
Using the belts ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 72
Belt tensioners. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 74
Airbag system s .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 76
Mounting brackets for IS O-FIX child
restra int system s 3 .... .... ..... .... .... ..... 82
Anchors for Top-Tether c hild restraint
sy stems 3.. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 82
Child restraint systems 3 . ..... .... .... ..... 82
Ex terior mirrors..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 86
Autom atic anti-dazzle exterior
mirrors 3 ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 86
Autom atic anti-dazzle interior
mirror 3 . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 86
Sunvisors.. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 87
Head restraints .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 87
Safety acc essories 3 .... .... ..... .... .... ..... 87
z Airbag system s for driv er, front
passenger and rear outboard seat
occupants 3.
The three stag es are a ctivated in sequence
depending on the seriousness of the
accident:
z The automa tic seat belt locking devices
prevent the belt strap from being pulled
out and thus ensure that the v ehicle
occupants are retained in their seats.
z The front seat b elt buckles are p ulled
downwards. As a result, the seat b elts
are instantaneously tightened and the
occupants are made aware of the
deceleration of the vehicle at a v ery ea rly
stage. This reduces stress p la ced on the
body .
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z The airbag sy stem is additionally
trig gered in the event of a serious
accident involving a frontal impact, and
forms a safety cushion for the d riv er and
front passenger 3 . In the ev ent of a sideimpact, the side a irb ag system 3
protects the occupants in the front of the
vehicle, and the curtain airba g system 3
protects both front and rear outboard
seat occupants.
9 Warnin g
The airbag sy stem serves to supplement
the three-point seat belts and belt
tensioners. The seat belts m ust therefore
always be worn.
Disregard of these notes c an lead to
injuries which ma y be fatal. Vehicle
passeng ers must be informed
accordingly.
Be sure to read the descriptions of all the
child restraint sy stems on the follow ing
pages.
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Safety systems
Seat belts
Three-point seat belts
9 Warning
Alwa ys wear your seat belt, also in urban
traffic and when you are a rear seat
passenger. It can sa ve your life.
Pregnant women too must always wear a
seat belt, keeping the lap belt low and
snug on the hips and pelv is (not the waist
or abdomen, where actuating belt
tensioners could cause serious injury in
the ev ent of a c ollision).
The front and rear seats are equipped with
three-point seat b elts with autom atic
retractors and locking devices, allowing
freedom of body m ovem ent when the
vehicle moves at a consta nt speed,
although the spring-tensioned belts are
always a snug fit.
The belt ha s a “vehicle sensitive retractor”
whic h is d esigned to lock during heavy
acceleration or deceleration in any
direction.
Picture no: s11650.tif
In the event of an accident, persons not
wearing seat belts endanger their fellow
occupants and themselv es.
Seat belts are designed to be used by only
one p erson a t a time. They are only
suitab le for children ag ed up to 12 or
smaller than 150 cm if used in conjunction
with a c hild restraint.
Using the belts
Fitti ng the belt
Pull the belt out ev enly from the retractor
and g uide it over the should er, m aking
certain that it is not twisted.
Insert the latch plate into the buckle.
The seat back rest must not be tilted back
too far (the rec om mended m aximum tilting
angle is approx. 25°).
The la p belt m ust not be twisted and must
fit snugly across the b od y. Tension the b elt
freq uently whilst driving by tugg ing the
diag onal p art of the belt.
The shoulder b elt must lie snug ag ainst the
shoulder, not under an a rm , across the
nec k, over an armrest 3 or over the insid e
shoulder. The belt should be tensioned
freq uently so that there is insufficient slac k
to allow excessive forward movement in
the event of a collision.
Safety systems
Picture no: s0011735.ti f
9 Warning
On pregnant women in pa rticular,
the lap belt m ust be positioned as low as
possible a cross the pelvis, in order to
prevent pressure on the abd om en.
Keep knees pointing straight forwards so
that driver’s side knee bolsters can help
prevent subm arining under the sea t b elt in
the event of a collision.
Bulky clothing prev ents the belt from fitting
properly . The belt m ust not rest against
hard or fragile objects in the p oc kets of
your clothing (e.g. ballpoint pens, k eys,
spectacles) because these could cause
injury in the event of a collision. Do not
place any objects (e.g. ha ndb ags) between
the b elt and your body.
Picture n o: s0013540.tif
Front p assenger’s seat belt
rem inder k 3
Illum inates for approx. 4 sec onds when
ignition is switc hed on.
When the engine is running, if the front
passenger’s sea t is occupied a nd the belt is
not engaged, the control indicator will
flash for approx. 90 seconds and then
illuminate until the belt is fastened
correctly (control ind icator will go out
immed iately).
If vehicle speed exceeds approx . 14 mph
(22 k m/h), the c ontrol indicator will flash for
approx. 90 seconds along with a w arning
chim e, and then illuminate until front
passenger’s seat belt is fastened.
Control indica tor X for d riv er’s seat b elt
reminder - see page 24.
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Picture no: s0013421.tif
Seat belt height ad justment
of front seat belt upper a nchorage points
z Do not adjust heig ht whilst driving.
z Squeeze release buttons together and
slide adjuster up or down to d esired
position.
z Ensure slid ing height adjuster latches
into p osition.
Height adjuster can also be moved up
without sq ueezing release buttons.
C heck height adjuster has lock ed into
position b y attempting to move it down
without sq ueezing the release buttons.
Adjust height such that the belt passes
over the centre of the wearer’s shoulder
and rests against the shoulder. It m ust not
pass over the neck or upper arm, over an
armrest 3 or over the inside should er, to
ensure effectiveness of the belt.
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Safety systems
Inspection of belts
Periodically inspect all parts of the belt
sy stem for d amage and to make sure they
are functioning p roperly.
Have dama ged parts replaced by a
work shop. After an accident, dam aged or
ov erstretched belts must be replaced by
new ones, even if damag e or stretching is
not obv ious or visible. If adv ised that no
damage to seat belts has oc curred, y ou
need not make any replacement.
Pict ure no: s11737.t if
Remov ing the belt
To rem ov e the belt, press the red release
button on the belt buckle; the belt will
retract autom atic ally.
Guide the belt as it retracts, to prevent
personal injury and dam age to interior
surfaces.
Always ensure you position the release
button so that y ou can unb uck le the seat
belt quickly if necessa ry.
Do not p erform any alterations on the
belts, their a nchorages, the automatic
retractors or the belt buckles.
Make sure that belts are not damaged or
tra pped by sharp-ed ged ob jects.
Picture no: s11739.tif
Belt tensioners
The seat belt sy stems on the front seats
incorporate b elt tensioners housed in the
belt buckles.
In the ev ent of frontal collisions or sideimpa cts of a certain sev erity, belt b uck les
are pulled downwards; the shoulder and
lap belts are instantaneously tightened to
fit the oc cup ant’ s b od y more snugly.
The belt buck les will rem ain locked after
actuation (where some noise will oc cur and
smoke may be relea sed).
Belt tensioners are not designed to a ctiv ate
in the event of rear-impa cts, minor sideimpa cts, rollovers or minor frontal
collisions.
Safety systems
Loa d limiters on the front sea ts reduce the
impac t on the seat occupant’s body from a
tensioning b elt, in the ev ent of a sev ere
frontal collision. The belt force is controlled,
to red uce the risk of b elt-inflicted injury .
The sy stem’s integrated self-diagnostics
allows faults to be quickly remedied. Have
the Car Pass to hand when consulting a
Vauxhall Authorised Repairer.
I mporta nt
z Accessories not relea sed for your vehicle
type a nd other objec ts must not be fixed
or placed within the action zone of the
belt tensioners, as they may result in
injury if the belt tensioners are trigg ered .
Actua tion of belt t ensioners
The b elt tensioners actuate only once and
must be replaced by a workshop after
activation.
9 Warning
The belt tensioners are opera tional only
when control indica tor v is unlit.
If the control ind icator does not flash
briefly when the ignition is on, stay s lit,
illuminates or flashes whilst driving, the
belt tensioners or the airba g systems m ay
not function correctly.
Have both sy stems inspected by a
work shop.
The seat belts remain fully operational
even when the belt tensioners hav e b een
actuated .
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Picture n o: s0013500.tif
Belt tensioners control indicat or v
The seat b elt tensioners are monitored
electronically together with the airbag, and
their operationa l readiness is shown by the
control indicator v in the instrum ent
cluster.
When the ignition is switched on, the
control indicator flashes several times then
extinguishes. If it does not flash, stays lit,
illuminates or flashes whilst driving, there is
a fault with the belt tensioners or in the
airbag systems. The sy stems might not
therefore be triggered in the event of an
accident (see also page 79).
9 Warning
Hav e the cause of the fa ult remedied b y
a w ork shop.
z Do not make any m od ifica tions to the
components of the belt tensioners, as
this ma y result in unintend ed a ctuation
of the belt tensioners, rendering the
vehicle unroad worthy and causing
serious personal injury .
9 Warnin g
Improper ha nd ling (e.g. remova l or
installation) can activate the b elt
tensioners – risk of injury.
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Safety systems
z The belt tensioner and airbag sy stem
control electronics c an be found in the
centre c onsole area. I n ord er to av oid
malfunctions, do not store magnetic
ob jects in this area.
z In the event of belt tensioner actuation,
we recommend that you have the front
seats removed by a workshop.
z The belt tensioners only a ctuate once.
Have belt tensioners that have been
trigg ered replaced by a w ork shop.
z When disposing of the v ehicle, observe
the applicab le safety regulations. Have
the vehic le disposed of by a d isposal
com pany. We recom mend that y ou
consult your Va ux ha ll Authorised
Repairer.
Picture no: s0013501.tif
Picture no: 17112T.tif
Airbag systems
The front airbag sy stem is triggered:
Front a irbag s
The front airbag system is identified by the
word “Airbag” on the steering wheel and
above the glove compa rtm ent.
z depending on the sev erity of the
accident,
z depending on the ty pe of im pact,
The front airb ag system comprises:
z within the range shown in the illustration,
z an airbag with an inflator in the steering
wheel, a nd a second one behind a trim
panel above the g lov e comp artment,
Examples:
z the control electronics,
z the front impac t sensor,
z the airb ag system control indicator v in
the instrum ent cluster.
z ind epend ently of the side airbag and
curtain a irb ag systems 3.
z Impact against a non-y ielding obstacle:
the front airbags are trigg ered at low
vehicle speeds,
z Impact aga inst a y ielding obsta cle (such
as another vehicle): the front airbags are
only triggered at a hig her vehic le speed.
Safety systems
When triggered, the driver’s and front
passenger’s airba gs inflate in milliseconds
and form safety cushions for the driver and
front passenger. Forward movement of
driver and front passenger is checked and
the risk of injuries to the upper body and
head are thereby substantially reduced.
z No impairment of view will occur, as
airb ags inflate and deflate so quickly .
The front airb ag system will not be
trigg ered in the event of:
z the ig nition being sw itched off,
z minor frontal collisions,
z accidents in which the vehicle overturns,
z collisions inv olving a side or rear-impact
where it would not be of benefit to the
occupants.
9 Warning
9 Warning
The front a irb ag system p rov ides
op tim um protection when the seat, seat
belt, b ackrest and head restraint are
correctly ad justed.
Seat b elts must therefore alway s be worn.
The front airbag sy stem serves to
sup plement the three-point seat belts.
Ad just the d riv er's seat according to the
occ upa nt's height such that, with the
driv er sitting upright, the steering wheel is
held in the area of its upper spok es with
the driver's arm s slightly bent.
The d riv er’s seat should be as far back as
possible w ithout compromising the
driv er’s ability to reach the ped als,
steering wheel or controls.
The front p assenger’s seat should be a s
far back a s p ossible, with the back rest
upright. Do not p la ce the head, body,
hands or feet on the cover of the airbag
system .
Do not p la ce objects, children or pets in
the area in which the airbag s inflate.
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If you do not wear your sea t belt, you risk
being seriously injured, or ev en thrown
from the vehicle, in the event of an
accident.
The seat belt helps to keep y ou in the
correct seat position, in w hich the front
airbag sy stem will provide y ou w ith
effective protection in the event of an
accident.
Picture no: s0013452.tif
Si de airba gs 3
The side airbags are identified by the word
"Airbag " on the outboard sides of the front
seat backrests, and p rotect front seat
occupants in the event of a severe sideimpa ct.
The side airbag sy stem comprises:
z an airbag w ith inflator in the outboard
sides of the driver's a nd front
passeng er's seat back rests,
z the control electronics,
z the side-imp act sensors,
z the airbag sy stems control indicator v in
the instrument cluster.
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Safety systems
When trigg ered , the side airbag inflates in
millisecond s and forms a safety cushion for
the driver and/or front passenger in the
respective door area. The risk of injury to
the up per body and pelvis in the ev ent of a
side-impact is thereby substantially
reduced.
9 Warning
Picture no: 17114T.tif
The side airbag system will be triggered:
z depending on the severity of the
accident,
z depending on the typ e of impa ct,
z within the range show n in the illustration,
z independently of the front airbag
system .
There must be no objects in the area in
which the airb ag inflates or in the a rea
between the seat backrests and the
vehicle body .
Do not place hands, arms or other body
parts on the covers of the airbag systems.
Imp ortant information - see page 80.
The three-point sea t b elt must a lw ays be
correctly fitted - see p age 72.
The side airba gs will not be triggered in the
event of:
Picture no: s0013424.tif
C ur tain ai rbags 3
The curtain a irba g system is identified by
the word "Airbag" on the roof fra me, and
protec ts front sea t a nd rear outb oa rd seat
occupants in the event of a severe sideimpa ct.
The curtain a irba g system com prises:
z the ig nition being sw itched off,
z an airbag w ith inflator in the roof frame
above the doors on the driver’s and
passeng er’s side resp ectively,
z fronta l collisions,
z the control electronics,
z accidents in which the v ehicle overturns,
if latera l impact is insufficient for side
airbag deploy ment,
z the side-imp act sensors,
z collisions involving a rear-impact,
z collisions involving a side-impact outside
the passenger cell.
z the airbag sy stems control indicator v in
the instrument cluster.
Safety systems
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When triggered, the curtain airbag inflates
in millisecond s and provides a safety
barrier in the head a rea on the respective
side of the v ehicle. This reduces the risk of
injury to the hea d considerably in the event
of a sid e-impac t.
9 Warning
There must be no objects in the area in
which the airb ag inflates. Do not place
hands, arms or other body parts on the
covers of the airbag system s.
Picture no: 17114T.tif
The curtain airbag system will be triggered:
z depending on the severity of the
accident,
z depending on the typ e of impa ct,
z within the range show n in the illustration,
Never secure a ny thing to the roof by
routing rop es through the doors or
windows, to avoid obstructing inflation of
the curtain airba gs.
Imp ortant information – see page 80.
The three-point sea t b elt must a lw ays be
correctly fitted – see page 72.
z together with the side airbag sy stem,
z independently of the front airbag
system .
The curta in airba gs will not be triggered in
the event of:
z the ig nition being sw itched off,
z fronta l collisions,
z accidents in which the v ehicle overturns,
if lateral imp act is insufficient for curtain
airbag deploy ment,
z collisions involving a rear-impact,
z collisions involving a side-impact outside
the passenger cell.
Picture no: s0013500.tif
Airb ag cont rol indica tor v
The front airbag sy stem, side airbag
system 3 and curtain airbag system 3 are
monitored elec tronically together with the
belt tensioners, and their operational
readiness is shown by the control indicator
v in the instrument cluster.
When the ignition is switched on, the
control indicator flashes sev eral times then
extinguishes. I f it does not flash, stay s lit,
illuminates or flashes whilst driving, there is
a fa ult in the airbag system s or w ith the
belt tensioners. The systems might not
therefore be triggered in the event of an
acc id ent (see also p age 75).
9 Warnin g
Have the c ause of the fault rem edied by
a workshop .
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Safety systems
The system's integral self-diagnosis fa cility
allows faults to be quickly remed ied. H ave
your C ar Pass ready to hand when
consulting a Vauxhall Authorised Repairer.
9 Warning
Disreg ard of these instructions may lead
to injuries or end ang er life.
Imp or tant
z Accessories not released for your v ehicle
type and other objects must not be
affixed or placed in the area in which the
airbags inflate, as they could cause
injury when the airbags are triggered.
z Do not place any objects between the
airbag sy stems and the v ehicle
occupants; risk of injury.
z Do not stic k or place anything on the
steering wheel, instrument p anel, front
seat b ackrests in the vic inity of the
airbags and seat areas or c ov er them
with other m aterials.
z The airb ag systems and b elt tensioner
control electronics can be found in the
centre console area . In order to avoid
malfunctions, d o not store magnetic
objec ts in this area.
z Use only a dry cloth or interior cleaner to
clean the steering wheel, instrument
panel, front seat back rests, roof frame
and seat area of the front seats. Do not
use any aggressive cleaning agents.
z Only protective covers which are
approved for your vehicle with side
airbags 3 m ay be fitted on the front
seats. When fitting the protective covers,
make sure that the a irb ag units on the
outboard sides of the front seat
backrests are not covered.
z The airbag sy stems are triggered
ind epend ently of each other, depending
on the severity of the accident a nd the
type of im pact. The side airbag system 3
and the c urtain airbag sy stem 3 are
trig gered together.
z During off-road driving especially ,
airbags can also inflate in moderate to
severe non-collision situations such as
when slamming the und ercarriage or
other solid components of the vehic le in
a dip in the driving surfac e.
z Each airbag can be triggered only once.
Once triggered, an airb ag must be
replaced without dela y. C onsult a
workshop.
Safety systems
z After airbags deflate, y ou may notice a
burning smell, sm oke and white powd er
in the interior, which is normal. Although
they m ay cause skin or eye irrita tion,
these sub stances a re non-tox ic.
z Hazard w arning lights flash a nd locked
doors will be unlocked autom atically
when airbags deploy.
z The speeds, directions of movement and
deformation properties of the vehicles,
and the properties of the obstacle
concerned, d eterm ine the severity of the
accident and trig gering of the airb ags.
z The degree of damag e to y our v ehicle
and the resulting repa ir costs alone a re
not indicative that the criteria for
trigg ering of the airba gs were met.
z Do not perform any m odifica tions to the
com ponents of the airbag system s, as
this will render the vehic le unroadw orthy.
9 Warning
The systems can be triggered ab ruptly
and cause injury if they are handled
im properly.
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z We recommend having the steering
wheel, the instrument panel, all panelling
parts, the door seals, handles and the
front seats removed by your Vauxhall
Authorised Repairer in the event of
airbag deploy ment.
z The front seat a ssem bly must be
rep laced without delay if a sid e airba g
has been dep loy ed. Consult a w ork shop.
z When disposing of the vehicle, please
observe the applicable sa fety
reg ulations. Please have the vehicle
disposed of by a disposal company.
We recommend that you consult y our
Vauxhall Authorised R epairer.
9 Warning
C hild restraint system s a s well as other
hea vy objects must never be ca rried on
the la p of passengers; risk of fatal injury .
Picture no: s17118T.tif
Use of child restra int systems 3 on fr ont
pa ssenger’s seat
9 Warnin g
No child restraint system m ay b e
installed to the front passenger’s seat.
Danger to life.
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Safety systems
Child restrain t systems 3
Vauxhall child restraint systems are
designed specifically for your vehicle and
thus provides op tim um safety for your child
in the event of an impact. The use of a
Vauxhall child restraint system is therefore
recommended.
If a different child safety seat is used, follow
the manufa cturer’s instructions for fitting
and use.
9 Warnin g
Mounting brackets for ISO-FIX
child restraint systems 3
Picture no: s0013563.ti f
Ancho rs for Top-Tether child
restraint systems 3
Picture n o: s0013427.tif
Disregard of these instruc tions may lead
to injuries or endanger life.
The brackets located betw een the backrest
and sea t cushion are used for mounting
ISO -FIX child restraint sy stems.
The top tether anchors located on the rear
of the b ackrests are designed to hold child
restra ints which come eq uipp ed w ith top
tether anchor attachments only.
Selecti ng the right syst em
Y our child should be transported facing
rearwards in the vehicle as long as
possible. The child’s neck area is still very
weak a nd in an accident they suffer less
stress in the semi-prone rearward position
than when sitting upright.
The instructions accom panying the ISO -FIX
child restraint system are to be expressly
follow ed.
O nly ISO -FI X child restra int system s
approved for the vehicle m ay be used. We
recom mend tha t you consult your Vauxhall
Authorised Repairer.
Please be sure to follow the instruc tions
prov ided with the Top-Tether child
restra int system .
For use of IS O-FIX and Top-Tether fixings,
universal ISO -FIX child restraint systems
may be used. We recommend that you
consult your Vaux hall Authorised Rep airer.
Safety systems
Note
z Children under 12 years or under 150 c m
ta ll should only travel in an app ropriate
child safety seat.
z Nev er carry a child whilst trav elling in the
vehicle. The child will become too heavy
to hold in the ev ent of a c ollision.
z When transporting child ren, use a child
restraint system tha t is suitable for the
child's weight, age and heig ht.
z Ensure that the child restraint system to
be installed is comp atible w ith the
vehicle type.
z Ensure that the mounting loca tion of the
child restraint system within the vehicle is
correct.
z You should alwa ys observe the
instruc tions on installation and use
supplied with the child restraint system.
z Do not stic k anything on the child
restraint sy stems a nd do not cover them
with any other materia ls.
The following Vauxhall child restraint
systems have been ap prov ed for
insta lla tion in y our Antara:
z O nly allow children to enter and exit the
vehicle at the side facing away from the
traffic.
Group, weight and ag e
class 1)
Vauxhall
system
0
From b irth - 10 kg,
0 - 10 m onths
Bab y S afe
0+
From b irth - 13 kg,
0 - 2 yea rs
I
From 9 - 18 kg,
8 m onths - 4 years
Duo
IS O-FIX
II
from 15 - 25 kg,
3 y ears - 7 y ears
K id
I II
from 22 - 36 kg,
6 y ears - 12 years
z A child restraint system whic h has been
sub jected to stress in an a ccident must
be rep la ced.
z When the child restraint system is not in
use, secure the seat with a sea t belt or
rem ove it from the vehicle.
z The covers of the Vauxhall child restraint
system can be wiped clean.
1)
We recomm end the use o f ea ch s ys tem
until the ch ild rea ches the up p er weig ht
limit.
If c hild restraint system s of other
ma nufacture a re to be insta lled, ensure
that they conform to the app ropriate
safety regulations.
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Safety systems
Permissible opti ons for fi tting a child safety sea t
Weight and age class On front passenger’s
seat
0:
up to 10 kg
or approx.
X
10 months
0+:
up to 13 kg
or approx.
X
2 years
I:
9 to 18 k g
or approx.
X
8 months to 4 y ears
II :
15 t o 25 kg
or approx.
X
3 to 7 years
II I:
22 t o 36 kg
or approx.
X
6 to 12 y ears
O n outboard rear
seats
On c entr e rear seat
U, +
X
U, +
X
U, + , ++
X
U
X
U
=
Univ ersal suitability in conjunction
with the three-point seat belt.
+
=
Vehicle seat with IS O-FIX mounting
available. When mounting with
ISO -FIX, only I SO -FIX child restraint
system s that hav e b een approved
for the vehicle may be used.
We recom mend y ou consult your
Vauxhall Authorised Rep airer.
++ =
Vehicle seat w ith I SO -FIX fixings
available. For use of ISO -FIX a nd
top tether fixings, universal IS O-FIX
child restra int system s m ay b e
used . We recommend that you
consult your Va ux ha ll Authorised
Repairer.
X
No child restraint system permitted
in this weight and age class.
=
9 Warning
U
X
Disregard of these instructions may lead
to injuries or endanger life.
Safety systems
IS O-FIX child restra int systems 3
The instructions accom panying the ISO -FIX
child restraint system are to be expressly
follow ed.
Perm issib le options for fitt ing an IS O-FIX child safet y seat
IL
0:
up to 10 k g
or approx.
10 months
0+ :
up to 13 k g
or approx.
2 years
= Suitable for particular ISO -FI X child
restraint systems specified in the
list. These ISO -FIX system s are of the
’v ehicle specific’, ’ restricted’ or
’sem i-universal’ type.
IUF = Suitable for ISO -FI X forward-facing
child restraint systems of
universal category app rov ed for
use in this weight and age class.
X
= No child restra int system perm itted
in this weight and a ge c lass.
Size class Descrip tion
A
=
Full-height forward-facing
todd ler restraint system.
B
=
Reduced-height forwardfac ing tod dler restraint system.
B1
=
Reduced-height forwardfac ing tod dler restraint system.
C
=
Full-size rear-fa cing
todd ler restraint system.
D
=
Reduced-size rear-fa cing
todd ler restraint system.
E
=
Rear-facing infant restraint
system .
Weight and
age class
I:
9 t o 18 kg
or approx.
8 months to
4 years
85
Size class
Fixt ure
O n front
pa ssenger’s
sea t
On outboa rd
rear seats
On c entr e rear
seat
E
IS O/R1
X
IL
X
E
IS O/R1
X
IL
X
D
IS O/R2
X
IL
X
C
IS O/R3
X
IL
X
D
IS O/R2
X
IL
X
C
IS O/R3
X
IL
X
B
I SO/F2
X
I UF
X
B1
ISO /F2X
X
I UF
X
A
I SO/F3
X
I UF
X
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Safety systems
Pictu re no: s0013687.tif
Exterio r mirrors
For the safety of pedestrians, the exterior
mirrors will swing out of their normal
mounting position in the event of a n
accident-lik e im pact.
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Picture no: s0013260.tif
Automatic anti-dazzle exterior
mirrors 3
Automatic anti-dazzle interior
mirror 3
Dazzle is a utoma tica lly red uced.
Dazz le is automatically reduced.
Exterior mirrors dim to reduce glare
autom atic ally in conjunction with the
autom atic anti-dazzle interior mirror 3 see next column.
With the ignition off, the mirror does not
dim.
As exterior m irrors are conv ex, objects are
closer than they appear. Use interior mirror
to judg e size and distance of objects.
Do not scrape ice from ex terior mirrors or
force them if frozen. Use a de-icer.
Press button on m irror housing to turn
function on. Button will illuminate.
Press button again to turn off.
There are two light sensors in the m irror
housing. Do not cov er the sensors or ha ng
anything on the mirror, to avoid
interference and loss of func tion.
Safety systems
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Sun visors
Safety accessories 3
The sunvisors are padded and c an be
swung up and down and to the side for
protection of driver a nd passenger aga inst
glare. See page 69 for further informa tion.
The wide ra nge of Vauxhall accessories
allows you to equip your vehicle in
acc orda nce with your own wishes. In
add ition to safety accessories, item s for
improving comfort a nd a complete ra nge
of vehicle care p roducts you will find m any
articles w hich w ill be of g reat va lue to you
when need ed.
Head restraints
Do not attach objec ts or com ponents that
are not approved for your vehicle to the
head restraints. These affec t the protective
effect of the head restraints and can be
propelled through the vehicle in an
uncontrolled manner if the driver brakes
hard or an a ccident occurs.
All items are “Genuine Va ux ha ll Parts and
Accessories”, guaranteeing high quality
and a n accurate fit.
Picture no: 17011T.tif
Activ e head restra ints 3
In the event of a rear-end impact, the
active head restraints automatically tilt
forwards. The head is more effectively
supported by the head restraint and the
danger of whiplash in the neck area is
reduced.
Ac tiv e hea d restra ints are identified by the
lettering AC TIVE on the head restra int
guid e sleeves.
Y our Vauxhall Authorised Repa irer will be
happy to advise you, for ex ample, with
regard to:
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
Vauxhall child restra int system s,
Tow ropes,
Tow rods,
Jump leads,
Spare bulb kit,
Spare fuse kit,
Halogen fog lights,
Mudfla ps,
Magnetic lig hts,
Wa rning triangle,
First-aid kit (box),
First-aid kit (cushion).
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Ligh ting
Lighting
Autom atic dipped b eam ac tiv ation 3 89
Headlight range adjustment q 3 ..... 89
Front fog lights > ... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 90
Fog tail light r .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 90
Door-to-door lighting func tion . .... ..... 91
Instrument illum ination, information
displa y illumination .... .... ..... .... .... ..... 91
Interior courtesy lights.. .... ..... .... .... ..... 91
Battery discharge p rotection.... .... ..... 93
Headlights w hen driving abroad . ..... 93
Daytime run ning lights 3
Illuminate autom atically when engine is
started.
They w ill turn off w hen the pa rk ing lights or
dipp ed beam are on, or when the engine is
stopped.
Follow the regula tions of the country in
which you are driving w hen using da ytime
running lig hts 3.
Lights on remin der
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Exterior lights
Turn light switch:
J
=
All lights a re off
8
=
Parking lights
9
=
Dipped beam,
main beam
AUTO
Autom atic dipped beam
activation 3
In positions 8 and 9, the tail lights,
numb er plate lig hts and instrument c luster
lig hts are also on.
If the driver’ s door is opened w hen the light
switch is in position 8 or 9 and the
ignition is off, a warning chime will sound.
If the lights a re then sw itched off and ba ck
on again, the warning chime w ill not sound .
Wiper activated lighting 3
With light switch in AU TO position, if
windscreen wiper is opera ted for 8 cycles or
more, the exterior lig hts illuminate
automatically.
Appro ach lighting
3
With light switch in AU TO position a nd
depending upon outsid e light conditions,
when you press q on the remote control,
the ha zard warning lights fla sh twice and
the exterior lights illuminate for ap prox .
20 seconds.
Lightin g
89
Dipped / main beam, headlight
flash
See page 12.
Turn signals, hazard warning
lights
See pages 13, 14.
Reversin g lights
Illuminate when rev erse gear is enga ged
and ignition is switched on.
Cen tre high mounted sto p light
Illuminates when the brakes are applied,
acting as a third stop light, to supplement
the b ra ke lig hts.
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Automatic dipped beam
activation 3
Light switch to AUTO : Dipped beam
illuminates a utomatically when the engine
is running, depending on outside light
conditions.
Automatic dipp ed beam activation can be
turned off by turning the light switch to
positions 8 or 9.
However, for reasons of safety, the light
switch should always remain in the AUTO
position.
To ensure automatic dipped b eam
activation functions properly , do not cover
the light sensor on top of the instrument
panel.
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Headlight range adjustment q 3
With dipped beam switched on, adjust
hea dlight rang e to suit vehicle load.
C orrect adjustm ent of the head light range
reduc es dazz le for other road users.
z Front seats occupied
=
0
z All seats occupied
=
1
z All seats occupied a nd
loa d in luggage compartment =
2
z Driv er’s seat oc cup ied and
loa d in luggage compartment =
3
90
Ligh ting
Autom atic headl ight ra ng e a djustment 3
O n vehicles w ith Xenon headlights, the
range of the head lig hts is adjusted
automatically based on vehicle load.
If control indicator q for automatic
head lig ht ra nge adjustment illuminates in
the instrument cluster w hilst d riv ing, a fault
has occurred.
Hav e ca use of the fault remedied
immediately . C onsult a workshop.
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Front fog ligh ts >
Picture no: s0013544.tif
Fog tail light
r
On
=
Press button >, >
illumina tes in instrument
cluster
On
=
Press button r, r
illuminates in instrum ent
cluster
Off
=
Press button > ag ain,
> extinguishes in instrument
cluster
O ff
=
Press button r again,
r extinguishes in instrument
cluster
The front fog lights can only be switched on
when both the ig nition and lights are on.
With autom atic dipp ed bea m a ctivation 3,
parking lig hts and dipped b eam illuminate
simultaneously when the front fog lig hts
are switched on.
Follow the regulations of the country in
whic h y ou are driving when using front fog
lig hts 3.
The fog tail light can only be switched on
when the ignition is on and the lig ht switch
is in position 9 , or the front fog lights a re
on and the light sw itch is in position 8.
With automatic dipped b eam activa tion 3,
park ing lights and dipp ed beam illum ina te
simultaneously when the fog tail light is
switched on.
Lightin g
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Doo r-to-door lighting fun ction
The d ipped beam and reversing lights
illuminate for approx. 30 second s after the
driver ex its the v ehicle a nd closes the door.
To activate function:
1. Switch off ignition.
2. Remove ignition key .
3. Open driver’ s d oor.
4. Pull turn sig nal stalk tow ards steering
wheel.
If the driv er’s door is left open, the lights will
go out after tw o minutes.
Door-to-door lighting can be deactivated
by inserting the key in the starter switch or
by p ulling the turn signal stalk towards the
steering wheel aga in while the driv er’s door
is open.
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In strument illumination,
information display illum ination
Illum inates when ignition is switched on.
Brig htness can be adjusted when the
exterior lights are on: turn wheel to the
rig ht or left until the desired brightness is
ob tained.
If driver’s door is op ened or q is pressed on
the remote control, instrument p anel lights
will illum inate automatically and sta y on
for a pprox. 30 seconds until starter switch
is in the ACC position.
Display modes - see page 40.
91
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Interio r courtesy lights
Front reading lights, centre dome lights
and lugga ge c om partment lights function
as courtesy lighting and illuminate when
the doors or tailgate are opened.
If d oors or tailgate rema in op ened, the
lights stay illumina ted for app rox .
10 minutes.
O nce all doors and the ta ilga te are c losed ,
the courtesy lights d im gradually after
app rox . 10 seconds.
By pressing button d in the roof lining,
both front reading lights and the centre
dome lights illum inate.
Press the button a gain to turn the lights off.
92
Ligh ting
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Courtesy lig hts can be turned off
immediately by pressing button 3 loca ted
in the roof lining .
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Front r ead ing lig hts 3
Left and right read ing lights are
indiv idua lly opera ble. With ignition on:
C entre d om e lights
Press button to turn on left and right centre
dome lights ind iv idually.
On = Press button 4 or 5 .
Press button again to turn the light off.
Off = Press button ag ain.
9 Warning
Avoid using interior lights whilst driving in
the dark as they can reduc e driv er
visibility.
Lightin g
Igniti on sw itch il luminati on
Illum inates when you open a door.
Once all doors are closed , ignition switch
illumination ex ting uishes after approx.
10 seconds. If the doors are left open, the
ignition switch will stay illuminated for
approx. 10 minutes.
Ignition switch illumination c an also b e
turned off immediately by pushing button
3 in the roof lining .
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Luggage com part ment lights
Illuminate when a d oor or the tailgate is
opened.
Front door li ghts
Illuminate when a d oor is opened.
O nce all d oors are closed, the front d oor
lights go out after approx . 10 second s.
If the d oors are left open, the lights w ill sta y
on for approx. 10 minutes.
Front door lights can also be turned off
immediately by pushing the 3 button in
the roof lining.
Sunvisor lig hts
Illum inate when vanity mirror covers are
op ened . See page 69.
Asht ray i lluminat ion
The portable front ashtray, loca ted in the
front drink holder, illum ina tes dep ending
on outside light c onditions. See p age 66.
Glove comp artm ent i lluminat ion
Illum inates when the glove c om partment is
op ened . See page 67.
93
Battery discharge protection
To prevent b attery from b ecoming
discharged , the external lights turn off
automatically 10 minutes after the ignition
is switched off.
Battery d ischarge protection w ill not work if
the lig hts are turned on 10 minutes after
the ignition has been sw itc hed off; the key
cannot be removed from the starter switch
until the battery is rec harged.
Headlights when driving abroad
The asy mmetrica l dipped beam increa ses
the field of vision on the near side of the
lane.
When driving in c ountries which drive on
the op posite side of the road , this causes
glare for onc om ing traffic.
To av oid glare, headlight glasses must be
provided with a black cov er strip.
Vehicles with hal ogen head lights
Hav e the headlights adjusted by a
workshop.
94
Windo ws, sunroof
Windows, sunroof
Electric windows... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 94
Child safety system for rear windows 95
Slide / tilt sunroof 3 . ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 95
9 Warning
C are m ust be taken when operating the
electric windows 3 and the sunroof 3.
There is a risk of injury, particularly for
children, and a d anger tha t articles could
become tra pped.
Vehicle passeng ers must be informed
accordingly.
If there are children on the rear seats,
press the lock button on the driver’s d oor
to lock the rear seat windows. All
windows can then only be operated via
the driver’s door switches.
Mak e sure that all vehicle occupants
know how to operate the windows
correctly .
K eep a close watch on the windows and
sunroof when c losing them. Ensure that
nothing becomes trapped in them a s
they move.
Before lea ving the v ehicle, remove the
ignition key in order to p revent
unauthorized opera tion.
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Electric windows
O perational with key in starter switch
positions AC C or O N. I f key is in LO CK
position or removed, windows can b e
operated for 10 minutes or until d riv er’s
door is opened.
The driver’s window is operated via the
switch located in the driver’s door. For
increm ental opera tion, b riefly pull or press
the switch. For automatic opening or
closing , pull or p ress the switch long er. Pull
or press the switch ag ain to stop the
mov ement.
If d riv er’s window encounters resistance
during automatic closing, it will stop
imm ediately and w ill be op ened again.
Windows, sunroof
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The w indow s are opera ted by a switch in
each door or the respective sw itch in the
driver’s door.
To open the window, p ress d ow n on the
switch and to close, lift up the switch. The
window stops when the switch is released.
The rear windows do not open fully.
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Child safety system for rear
windows
Press switch z on driver’s door panel to
lock rear wind ow operation.
With the lock on, rear passenger’ s windows
can only be operated via the buttons on
the driver’s door panel.
95
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Slide / tilt sunroof
3
O perated via switch in roof lining when the
starter switch is in positions ACC or ON .
With key in LOC K p osition in the starter
switch or rem ov ed, the slide / tilt sunroof
can b e ad justed for up to 10 minutes or
until a door is opened.
For increm ental operation, b riefly press the
button. For autom atic opening or closing ,
press and hold the sw itc h.
96
Windo ws, sunroof
To open
Press switch rearwards, it will open
automatically unless the switch is pressed
again in another d irection, or released.
To close
Press and hold switch forwa rd s. Release
switch when sunroof rea ches desired
position.
To tilt
Press and hold switch up wards. Release
switch when sunroof rea ches desired
position.
To return sunroof to its original p osition,
press and hold switch downw ards. R elea se
switch when sunroof rea ches desired
position.
Note
z If the top of the sunroof is wet, tilt it to
allow wa ter to run-off before opening
the sunroof.
z When carrying a roof loa d, check the
clearance of the sunroof to avoid
dam age.
9 Warning
C are m ust be taken when operating the
sunroof. Do not place any ob jects or
body parts in the sunroof opening.
K eep sunroof clear of debris. Do not
place hea vy objects on or a round
sunroof.
When leaving the v ehicle unattend ed,
ensure the sunroof is fully closed.
Climate control
97
Climate control
Air vents .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Heating and ventila tion ... ..... .... .... .....
Air recirculation mode.. .... ..... .... .... .....
Air conditioning system .... ..... .... .... .....
Electronic Climate Control (EC C) 3 ...
Glove compartment cooling 3 . .... .....
Heated rear window, heated ex terior
mirrors 3 ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Heated front seats 3 .... .... ..... .... .... .....
Air intake . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Pollen filter 3 ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Notes .. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Maintenance ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
98
99
101
102
104
106
107
107
107
107
108
108
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Heating and ventilation system,
air conditioning system
Ventilation, heating and cooling are
combined into one unit that is d esigned to
prov ide com fort regardless of the season,
weather or outside temperature.
When cooling is ac tiv ated, the air is cooled
and dehumidified (dried).
The heating unit heats the air a s required in
all operating m od es depending on the
position of the tempera ture rotary knob.
The air supply ca n be adjusted to suit
personal requirem ents by m eans of the
fa n.
Air conditioning system - see p age 102.
Picture no: s0013547.tif
Electronic Climate Control (ECC) 3
O ffers the greatest comfort in the vehicle
interior regardless of the outside
conditions.
To ensure a uniform a nd comforta ble
climate in the vehicle, the temperature of
inflowing air, airflow rate and air
distribution are automatically adapted
based on the clima te conditions outside
the v ehicle a nd the current temperature of
the vehicle interior.
Electronic Clima te C ontrol (EC C) 3 see page 104.
98
Climate c ontrol
Door w indow defroster vents
Air distribution rota ry knob set to l or J :
cooled or heated air will b e directed onto
the windscreen and onto the door w indows
(mainly in the area of the exterior m irrors).
Rear a ir vents 3
O perational when air distribution rotary
knob is set to L, K or J.
C ooled or hea ted air is directed into the
footwell a rea of the rear pa ssenger
compa rtm ent.
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Air vents
Pleasant ventilation to the head area
with unheated or slightly warmed air,
depending on the position of the
tem perature rotary knob.
Centre air vents
To open and close a ir vents, turn horizontal
knurled wheel to the right or left.
O pen air vents when air distribution rotary
knob is set to M or L .
The air supply is increased by switching on
the fan.
The a irflow ca n be directed as desired by
tilting and swivelling the sla ts up, down
and sidew ays.
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Side air vents
To open and c lose air vents, turn horizontal
knurled wheel to the left or right.
Open air vents when air distribution rotary
knob is set to M or L.
Depend ing up on the position of the
temperature rotary k nob, cold or heated
air will be direc ted into the vehicle v ia these
air vents.
The air supply is increased by switching on
the fan.
The airflow can be directed a s d esired b y
tilting a nd swiv elling the slats up, down
and sid eway s.
K eep the a rea underneath the front seats
clear, to allow a irflow to the rear passenger
compa rtm ent.
Ad ditional air v ents
Below the windscreen (defroster vents) and
in the front footwell.
Climate control
Picture no: s0013615.ti f
Heatin g and ventilation
Left -hand rota ry k nob : Air d istributi on
M To head area
(via a djustable centre and
side a ir vents)
L
To head area a nd footwell
(via a djustable centre and side
air vents and front footwell air vents)
K
To footwell
(mostly via front footwell air v ents,
also via side and rea r air vents and
windscreen defroster vents)
J
To wind sc reen and foot well
(mostly via windscreen and d oor
window defroster vents and front
footw ell air v ents, also via ad justable
side a ir vents)
l To wind sc reen and head area
(mostly via windscreen and d oor
window defroster vents, also via
adjusta ble side air vents)
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99
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Central rot ary k nob: Temperat ure
To red = Warm
Rig ht-hand rot ary k nob: Airfl ow
Four fan speeds:
To blue = C old
x
= Off
4
= Maximum airflow
The ra te of airflow is determined by the
fan. The fan should therefore be switched
on whilst driving.
100
Climate c ontrol
Hea ting
The amount of heat is dependa nt on the
engine temperature and is thus not fully
attained until the engine is warm.
For rapid warming of the p assenger’s
compartment:
z Activate air recirc ulation mode 4.
z Set the air distribution rota ry knob to
K or L .
z Turn temperature rotary knob to red
area for warm a ir.
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Vent ilation
z Turn air recircula tion m od e 4 off.
z For max imum ventilation to head area:
set air distrib ution rotary k nob to M.
z For ventila tion to footwell:
set air distrib ution rotary k nob to K.
z For simultaneous v entilation to head
area a nd footwell:
set air distrib ution rotary k nob to L.
z Turn temperature rota ry knob to blue
area for cooling.
z Set fan to desired speed.
z Open adjustable centre and side air
vents.
z Set fan to 4.
z O pen ad justable side air v ents.
Do not use this setting for ex tended
periods, as gradual d eterioration in air
quality and an increase in humidity m ay
cause windows to mist up.
To ob tain a tem perature for a "cool head
and warm feet" effect:
z Turn air recirculation mode 4 off.
z Set the a ir d istribution rotary knob to L.
z Turn temperature rotary knob to the
midd le.
z Set fan to desired speed.
z O pen ad justable centre and sid e air
vents.
The comfort and general wellbeing of
vehicle occupants a re to a large extent
dependent on a suitable ventilation and
heating setting.
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Heati ng the footwell
z Set air distribution rotary knob to K.
z Turn tempera ture rotary knob to red
area for w arm air.
z Switch on fan.
Climate control
101
z Set fan to 4.
z C lose centre air vents.
z O pen adjustable side air vents and direct
them towards door windows.
z Sw itch on heated rear window Ü .
For simultaneous w arming of the footwell,
set air distrib ution rotary k nob to J.
Air conditioning n and a ir recirculation
mode 4 are turned on automatically to
improve defrosting efficiency w hen
position J or l is selected.
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Window dem isting a nd defrosting
9 Warning
Failure to follow these instructions could
lead to m isted or icy windows a nd
accidents stemming from impaired
visibility.
To clea r m isted or icy windows, e.g. due to
dam p weather, dam p clothing or low
outside tem peratures:
z Set air distribution rota ry knob to l .
z Turn temperature rota ry knob to red
area for warm air.
Do not set air distrib ution rotary knob to
position J or l in extrem ely humid
weather when temperature rota ry knob is
set to blue area for cooling, to prevent
wind ow s from m isting up.
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Air recirculation mode
During ’normal’ operation, the heating ,
ventila tion and air conditioning system
uses outside air.
To prevent d ust and fumes from entering
the vehicle when in stationa ry traffic , and
when rapid heating or cooling of the
passenger compartment is required, press
the 4 button; control indica tor in the
button illum inates and air is rec irculated.
Air recirculation mode should only be used
for brief periods due to gradual
deterioration in air quality and an increase
in humidity, causing windows to mist up.
Driving with air recirculation m ode on for
extended periods may c ause vehicle
occupants to feel drowsy .
Press the 4 button a gain to switch a ir
recirc ulation mode off; control ind icator in
the button extinguishes and outside air is
drawn into the vehicle.
102
Climate c ontrol
O nce ac tiv ated, the air c onditioning
system is operated via the normal heating
and v entilation controls.
Even w ith a ir cond itioning on, if
temperature rotary knob is set to warm, the
vehicle w ill still produce warm a ir in the
passenger compartment.
To improve efficiency of the air
conditioning, always close the windows to
prevent chilled air from esca ping.
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Air conditioning system
As a supplement to the heating and
ventilation system, the air c onditioning
system c ools and dehumidifies (dries)
inflowing air and removes dust and pollen,
to provide max imum comfort under any
weather conditions.
If cooling or dehum id ification is not
req uired, switch off cooling in order to save
fuel.
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Cooling
Operational only with engine running and
with the fan switched on:
Press n b utton
=
On
Press n b utton again
=
Off
Control indica tor in the button illuminates
when air conditioning is enabled and
extinguishes when the system is switched
off.
Cooling switches off automatically at low
outside temperatures.
Engine p ow er and performance may b e
affected when the sy stem is on.
If the fan is switched off, the air
conditioning system w ill not operate.
S witc hing on the air conditioning will assist
in windscreen dem isting. I n very hot
temperatures, before starting the engine,
allow hot air to escape from the vehicle by
opening the windows and sunroof 3.
When the sy stem is sw itc hed on, at least
one of the adjusta ble centre or side air
vents must be open so that the evaporator
does not ice up due to lack of air
mov ement.
Climate control
103
Driving in stop -and -go traffic may reduce
the effectiveness of the air conditioning
system.
Using the air c onditioning sy stem when
driving up long hills or in heavy traffic
can cause engine ov erheating. If engine
coolant temp erature w arning c ontrol
indicator W illuminates in instrument
cluster, turn off air conditioning and a llow
engine to idle for a few minutes
(see page 23).
When the air cond itioning is on, fuel
consump tion increa ses. Switch off the
system w henever it is not required.
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Normal cooling
z Press n button
(to switch on air conditioning system).
Ma xim um cooling
O pen w indows and sunroof 3 briefly so
that warm air can esca pe rap idly.
z Turn air recirculation mode 4 off.
z Press n button
(to switch on air conditioning sy stem).
z Set air distribution rotary knob to
position M or L.
z Turn temperature rotary knob to blue
area for cooling.
z Activate air recirculation mode 4.
z Set air distribution rotary knob to M.
z Set fan to desired speed.
z Turn tempera ture rotary knob a ll the
way to blue area for cooling.
z O pen air vents as required .
z Set fa n to 4.
z Open all air v ents.
104
Climate c ontrol
Electronic Climate Control (ECC) 3
Provides the greatest amount of comfort in
the interior regardless of the weather,
outside tem perature or season.
To ensure a constant and com fortable
climate in the v ehicle, the tempera ture of
the inflowing air, the airflow rate, air
distrib ution mode, air recirculation m ode
and air conditioning are chang ed
automatically according to the clim atic
conditions outside the vehicle.
Tem perature cha ng es due to externa l
influences, such as direct sunlig ht, are
automatically compensated.
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When cooling (air conditioning
compressor) is active, a ir is cooled and
dehumidified.
The pollen filter removes d ust, soot, pollen
and spores from the inflowing outside air.
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Autom atic air recircul ation
The automatic air recircula tion system has
an air qua lity sensor to d etect harmful
am bient gases, in w hich c ase it will switch
automatically to air recirculation mode.
Press automa tic air recirculation button t;
the sy stem provides the optimum settings
for almost all conditions.
C ontrol indicator in the b utton illuminates
when autom atic air rec irculation is
ena bled.
Windows may mist up if autom atic air
recirc ulation is enabled for extended
period s. Ensure air recirc ulation mode 4
is off and press autom atic air recirculation
button t again; sy stem switches off.
C ontrol indicator in the button extinguishes
when the system is switched off.
The sy stem is only operational when the
eng ine is running.
Climate control
105
Tem per ature preset
The central rotary knob ca n b e used to set
the tem perature; 20 ° C, 22 °C and 24 °C
appea r on the rotary k nob. Intermediate
settings are possible.
Turn rotary k nob clockwise to increase
temperature and anticloc kwise to d ecrease
temperature.
The selected temperature is maintained.
At the lowest or highest temperature
setting, the system works at max imum
cooling or heating .
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Autom atic m ode
Basic setting for max imum comfort:
z Press AUTO button.
z Open all air vents.
z Set preselected temperature to 22° C
using rotary knob.
The temp erature can be set higher or low er
as desired.
All air vents a re actuated automatically in
automatic mode. The air vents should
therefore alway s b e open - see page 98.
The c ontrol indicator in the AU TO button
illuminates when a utomatic mode ha s
been selected.
To switch the system off, set fan to x.
Temperature settings are stored when the
ignition is switc hed off.
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Ma nua l set tings
Under certain circumstances (e.g. iced or
misted windows), the func tions of the
system can be modified manua lly .
S ystem settings can be changed by
pressing the n button (control indicator in
button will illuminate) or by adjusting the
fan or air d istribution m ode rotary knob.
Automatic regula tion of temperature,
airflow rate, air distribution m od e, air
recirc ulation mode and a ir cond itioning is
disabled.
To return to automatic m ode:
press AUTO button.
Air distribution mode - see pa ge 99,
airflow rate - see page 99,
air recircula tion m od e - see p age 101,
air conditioning sy stem - see pa ge 102.
106
Climate c ontrol
Air rec irculation m ode 4 is automatically
switched off. Air conditioning n switches
on.
To switch off window demisting and
defrosting, press V button again, press
AUTO button, adjust fan speed or air
distribution mode rotary knob.
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Window dem isting a nd defrosting
9 Warning
Failure to follow the instructions could
lead to m isted / icy w indows and
accidents stemming from impaired
visibility.
To clea r m isted or icy windows, e.g. due to
dam p weather, dam p clothing or low
outside tem peratures:
z Press V button, to clear the windscreen.
z Switch on heated rea r window Ü .
z Set fan to desired speed.
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Glove com partment cooling 3
C ooled air is fed into the glove
compa rtm ent through an air op ening when
the air conditioning is turned on.
Rotate adjustment wheel anticlockwise to
allow the air conditioning to k eep the
contents of the glove compa rtm ent cool.
Rotate adjustment wheel clockwise to close
air opening when glove compa rtm ent
cooling is not required.
Climate control
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Heated rear window,
heated exterior mirrors 3
Heating operational only in starter switch
positions ACC or ON .
Press Ü
Press Ü again
=
=
On
O ff
Control indicator in button.
Turn off as soon as vision is clear.
Rear wind ow and exterior m irror heating is
switched off automatically after app rox .
15 minutes.
Do not operate when you are just sta rting
the v ehicle, or if there is a b uild up of snow
or ice, to avoid discharging the battery .
Do not use sha rp instruments or abrasive
cleaners on rear window or exterior m irrors,
and av oid sc ra tching or d amaging their
heating elem ents.
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Heated front seats
3
Operational only in starter switch positions
ACC or ON .
Press switch ß on respective side one or
more times to set the desired heat output.
Control indica tor in switch indicates w hich
of the three heating levels is active.
To switch heating off, set heat output to
the lowest level and press the switch aga in.
The control indica tor will ex tinguish.
Prolonged use could cause da mage to
delicate and thin clothing and burn seat
oc cup ants.
Av oid subjecting seats to heav y impa cts,
as this may cause da mage to the heating
element.
If temp erature c ontinues to rise, turn seat
heating off and consult a workshop.
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Air intake
The air intakes in front of the windscreen in
the engine com partment m ust be kept
clear to allow air intake. Remove any
leaves, dirt or snow.
Pollen filter 3
The pollen filter cleans dust, soot, pollen
and spores from the air entering from
outside. The active carbon layer 3
elimina tes most odours and harmful
am bient gases from the air.
Replace the pollen filter at the intervals
given in the S ervice Booklet.
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Climate c ontrol
Notes
Maintenance
If the windscreen m ists up in damp
weather, temporarily set the system a s
described under "Window demisting and
defrosting " - see pag es 101, 106.
To ensure continuously efficient
performance and prolong the life of the air
conditioning system, it m ust b e switched on
for a few minutes onc e a week, irrespective
of the weather and time of year.
Cooling is most efficient when the windows
are closed. I f the interior is ex tremely hot
due to a long period in strong sunlight,
briefly op en the windows and sunroof 3 to
allow hot air to esca pe q uick ly.
When cooling (air conditioning
compressor) is switched on, condensation
forms, which is ex pelled from the underside
of the v ehicle.
When cooling is switched on, at least one of
the adjusta ble centre or sid e air v ents m ust
be open so that the evap orator d oes not
ice up due to lack of air m ov ement.
Cooling switches off autom atically at low
outside tem peratures.
Do not cover the interior temperature
sensor (located below the fan rotary knob)
or the sunlight sensor (located in front of
windscreen defroster vents) as this could
cause the Electronic C limate Control (ECC )
system 3 to malfunction.
Elec tronic Clima te Control (ECC ) 3 handles
this automatically whilst driving. Air
conditioning compressor operation is not
possible at low outside tem peratures.
Malfunctions in the system m ust not be
rectified b y the owner; consult a w ork shop.
Automatic transmission
Automatic
transmission
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The automatic transmission perm its
manual gea rshifting (M anual mod e) or
autom atic gearshifting (Automa tic mod e)
with fully autom atic clutch control.
The engine can only be started when the
selector lever is in position P or N.
Transm ission display .... .... ..... .... .... .....
Selector lever settings,
P, R, N and D (Automatic m ode) ....
Manual mode.. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Winter programme .. ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Kick down . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Engine braking assistance .... .... .... .....
Stopping the vehicle ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Parking .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Rocking the vehicle.. ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Manoeuvring the vehicle.. ..... .... .... .....
Fault Z ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Interruption of power supply .... .... .....
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110
110
111
112
112
112
113
113
113
114
114
When starting in P, turn key in starter
switch to AC C or O N, depress footbrake
fully and press selec tor lever button before
selecting a gear.
Do not a ccelerate w hilst gearshifting. If a
gear has been selected and the footbrake
is released without a ccelerating, the
vehicle will "creep" .
Nev er operate the brake pedal and
accelerator sim ultaneously.
9 Warning
Disregard of these instructions m ay
cause dam age to the vehicle and lead to
injuries or endanger life.
The selected g ear is displayed in the
tra nsmission display - see next column.
Selecting D puts the transmission in
Automatic mode.
If the selec tor lever is m oved to the left from
position D, Manual m od e is activa ted.
Forward g ear changes only can then be
made manually by moving the selec tor
lever towards + or - .
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Tran smission display
Display of m od e or current g ear.
P
Park position.
R
Rev erse gear.
N
Neutral.
D
Automa tic mode.
1 to 5
Selected gea r in Manual mode.
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Automatic tran smission
Selector lev er can only be m oved out of
P or N w ith the ignition switched on and the
footbrake app lied (selector lever lock).
To engage P or R, press selector lever
button.
Nev er shift to P or R while the vehic le is
moving.
The engine can only be started when the
selector lever is in position P or N.
Do not a ccelerate d uring the selection
proc edure.
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Selector lever settings,
P, R, N and D (Autom atic mo de)
P
Park p osition. Front wheels locked.
O nly enga ge w hen the v ehicle is
stationary and the ha nd brake is
app lied. "P" appears in the
transmission disp la y.
R
Reverse gear. Only engage when the
vehicle is stationary . "R" appears in the
transmission disp la y.
N
N eutral or idle. "N" appears in the
transmission disp la y.
D
Drive position for normal driving in 1st
gear to 5th gear. "D" appea rs in the
transmission disp la y.
Do not use P in place of the handbrake.
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Man ual mo de
Move selector lever out of position D (to the
left) into ma nual g ate, then forwa rd s or
bac kwards.
+
-
S hift to a higher gear
S hift to a lower gear
Tip selector lev er in the appropriate
direction. It then returns to centre position.
Gearshifting in Manual mode can be
achieved whilst ac celera ting.
If the engine speed is too low, the
transmission will automatically shift to a
lower gear even in Manual mode. This
prevents the engine from stalling.
After stopping, 1st gea r is a utoma tica lly
selected.
N o autom atic shifting to a higher gear
takes place at high engine sp eeds.
Automatic transmission
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When upshifting in Manual mode, tak e
heed of prevailing road conditions,
keeping engine speed b elow the red z one.
Downshifts must b e m ade in accordance
with vehic le speed.
Gears ca n be skipp ed b y moving the
selector lever repeated ly at short intervals.
When starting on slippery surfaces, move
selector lever forw ards to engage 2nd
gear.
The selected gea r is display ed in the
transm ission display .
For safety reasons, kickd ow n is also
ava ilab le in Ma nual m od e - see p age 112.
To move back to D, push selec tor lever
back to the right.
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In position P or N, control indicator j
illuminates in the selec tor lever ind icator
strip if the selector lever is b lock ed.
To engage P or R, push selector lever
button.
The engine can only be started with lever in
position P or N. When position N is selected,
depress footbrake or apply ha ndb rake
before starting.
Do not a ccelerate d uring the selection
proc edure.
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Win ter programme
In the event of difficulties starting -off on icy
and slippery surfaces, press WINTER
(or n) button. The control indicator is
illuminated in the instrument cluster. The
vehicle sets off in 3rd gear to reduce
slipping and loss of trac tion.
Winter programm e is switched off by :
z pressing WINTER (or n) button again
(control indicator will extinguish in
instrument cluster),
z turning off the ignition.
If the vehicle is sw itc hed to Manual m od e
while Winter programme is active, the
Winter programm e is switched off.
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Automatic tran smission
Engine braking assistance
Sto pping the vehicle
Automat ic mod e
The automatic transmission autom atically
selects the d riv ing programmes with the
best possible braking effect.
The selector lever can be left in the current
drive range when the engine is running.
If necessary, lower gears can also be
selected in Manual mode to increase the
braking effect. 1st gear has the greatest
braking effect.
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Kickdown
Dep ress a ccelerator peda l past the
pressure point and hold in position;
below certain speeds, the transmission
shifts down into a lower gea r. Full engine
power is available for acceleration.
When the desired speed is reached, ease
off the acc elerator; the transm ission shifts
up into a higher gear.
For safety reasons, kick down is a vailable in
both Autom atic mode and Ma nual m od e.
Manual m ode
In order to utilize the engine b ra king effect
when driv ing downhill, select drive range 3,
2 or, if necessary, 1 in g ood time.
The bra king action is most effectiv e in drive
ra ng e 1. I f drive ra ng e 1 is selec ted at too
high a sp eed, the tra nsmission remains in
the current gear until the shift p oint for
drive range 1 is reached, e.g. as a result of
deceleration.
Use of the engine brak ing effect, as
op posed to the use of the footbrake when
driving downhill, can extend the life of the
brakes.
In Automatic mode or Manual m ode, once
the vehicle is stationa ry , first gea r eng ages
automatically and the c lutch opens.
In position R, reverse remains engag ed.
When stopping on gradients, ap ply
handbrake or d epress brake pedal. Do not
hold the vehicle in place with the
acc elerator.
S witc h off engine if stopping for a leng thy
period , e.g. in traffic jams.
Automatic transmission
Parking
Rocking the vehicle
Before leav ing the vehicle:
If it becomes necessary to rock the vehicle
to free it from water, ice, sa nd, mud, snow
or a dip, observe the follow ing:
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
Depress and hold footbrake,
Ap ply handbrake,
Move selector lev er to position P,
Turn key to LO CK position,
Remove ignition key ,
Engage steering column lock,
Lock the vehic le.
When the ig nition is sw itched off, the
automatic transmission no longer respond s
to movements of the selector lever.
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Switch off Electronic Stability Programme
(ESP) - see pag e 134.
Check there are no objects or people in the
vicinity before attem pting to rock the
vehicle.
Turn the steering wheel fully from left to
rig ht to clear the area around the front
tyres.
Move the selector lever betw een R and a
forward gear in a repeat pattern while
applying light pressure to the accelerator
pedal when the vehicle is in gear.
Do not spin the wheels or race the engine
and avoid sudden acceleration.
This applies only in the exceptional
circum stances mentioned a bove.
If the v ehicle c annot be released after
rock ing the vehicle several tim es, your
vehicle may need to be towed.
Towing - see page 163.
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Man oeu vrin g the vehicle
To ma noeuv re the vehicle back and forth
during attempts to park or in ga ra ge
entrances, the creeping m ov ement can be
utilized by releasing the footbrake.
N ever actuate the accelerator and brake
pedals sim ultaneously.
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Automatic tran smission
If the cause of the interruption to the power
supply is not a discharged battery, release
selector lever:
1. Turn off ignition and remove key.
2. Depress and hold footb rake.
3. Remove cap on c onsole with a suitable
screwdriver.
4. Insert ignition key and p ress g ently into
shift lock release slot.
5. S hift to neutral (N ).
6. Remove key from shift lock release slot.
Picture no: s0013632.ti f
Fault Z
In terruption of power supply
If a fa ult occ urs in the a utomatic
transm ission, control indicator Z w ill
illuminate in the instrument cluster.
The clutch is not d iseng aged if the vehicle
battery is discha rg ed and a gear has been
selected. The vehicle cannot move.
Autom atic shifting ma y be much harsher
than norm al or, in the case of a serious
fault, cancelled a ltogether.
If the ba ttery is flat, the selector lever
cannot b e m ov ed out of position P or N.
Consult a workshop as soon as possible to
have the ca use of the fault elim inated.
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Start the v ehicle using jump leads see p age 161.
7. S tart engine and shift to chosen gear.
8. Reinstall ca p on console.
Hav e c ause of power supply interruption
remedied imm ediately. C onsult a
workshop.
All Wheel Drive
All Wheel Drive
All Wheel Driv e (AWD)
control indicator B ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
O n-road driving ... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
O ff-road d riv ing ... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Self-help... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
All Wheel Driv e summary . ..... .... .... .....
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116
116
119
121
115
All Wheel Drive (AWD) is an a ctive-ondema nd sy stem that eng ages
autom atic ally with no action req uired by
the driver. Depending on the driving
environment, the v ehicle switches between
two-w heel drive and four-wheel drive to
give the vehicle m ore traction a nd stability
when necessary.
If the front wheels b egin to slip, the rear
wheels will automatically begin to drive the
vehicle as required .
More torque is transferred to the wheels
that ha ve the most traction, so the vehicle
ha s optimum grip at all tim es.
There m ay be a slight eng agem ent noise
during hard use.
As well as enabling the vehic le to b e driven
off-road, this system a lso enables the
vehicle to be driven on normal roads
without incurring exc essive tyre and
drivetrain wear or causing poor control.
Picture no: s0013633.tif
All Wheel Drive (AWD)
con trol indicator B
When the ignition is switched on,
the AWD c ontrol indicator illumina tes for
app rox . 4 seconds. The system is ready for
operation w hen the control indicator goes
out.
If the control indicator flashes during
driving, AWD is temporarily disabled.
If it flashes briefly then extinguishes, this is
normal and does not ind icate a fault.
If the control indicator flashes
continuously, there is a fa ult in the system.
C onsult a workshop as soon as possible.
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All Wheel Drive
On-road driving
The increased traction of All Wheel Driv e
vehic les offers greater driving control in
adv erse road conditions, particularly
heav y snow and ice. However, All Wheel
Drive vehicles are not "skid-proof" and do
not dec rease stopping distances.
All Wheel Driv e v ehicles have a higher
centre of gravity tha n conv entional
vehic les. Always ap proa ch curv es at an
appropriate d riv ing speed. Do not attempt
to go as fast through turns as you might in
a conventional v ehicle.
Strong crosswinds can affect the normal
steering of the vehicle. Drive slower under
strong c rosswind cond itions.
Alw ays ex ercise c aution when in slippery
conditions (c aused by sand, grav el, wa ter,
snow or ice on the road) in order to
maintain vehicle control.
Off-road driving
Use the acc elerator to control the vehic le keep brak e pedal use to a minimum.
Alway s use good judgement a nd common
sense. If you feel uncomfortab le ab out
tack ling a given situation, do not attempt
it.
z Do not slip the clutch.
z Do not spin the wheels.
z Do not mak e exaggerated or jerky
steering movem ents.
Driv ing a v ehicle in snow and ice should be
undertaken w ith extreme caution:
z Select a gear suitable for the conditions.
z Start the vehic le mov ing with minimal
eng ine rev s, low gea r and combined
clutch and acc elera tor c ontrol.
z C hange to a higher gea r as quic kly as
possible to keep the eng ine rev s low.
z With autom atic transmission 3, select
drive range D and press the WINTER
(or n) button, to activate the Winter
programm e.
During off-road driving, you will encounter
a variety of driving conditions and
circumstances too numerous to list here.
Avoid p rotruding objects (such as rocks or
tree stumps) that may damage the
underbody and ty res of your vehicle.
Test the brakes after operating in m ud to
clear ex cess mud from the braking
surfac es.
All Wheel Drive
Grip ping the steer ing wheel
Terrain conditions c an cause rapid and
unexp ected movement in the steering,
especially rough terrain.
9 Warning
Be ready to deal with these movements
by having a firm grip on the outer rim of
the steering w heel with the thum bs
outside the spokes, to guard against
injury from k ickback.
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Prepa ration
The duration, distanc e and conditions of
the off-road activity determ ine the extent
of the prep aration that is required. The
following are given as guidelines.
Know the area w here y ou will be driving,
either b y insp ection or from terrain ma ps.
Decide your route in ad vance and ensure
that it is a vehicular right of way 1).
Make a thorough c heck of the vehicle.
Check the following:
z O il, water, fuel, brake and clutch fluid
levels.
z Drive belts.
z Windscreen wiper and w ash.
z Lights.
Maintenance - see pages 182 to 193.
1)
Obs erve na tiona l reg ula tio ns.
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Ensure that the tyres (including the
spare 3) are inflated to the correct
pressure and are suitable for the p revailing
off-roa d conditions.
Tyre pressures - see page 207.
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All Wheel Drive
Check the jack and wheel chang ing tools,
and include a board or plate for supp orting
the jac k on soft ground.
The ground c learance, ramp ang le, ang le
of approach and dep arture and wad ing
depth need to be considered, especially in
hilly conditions a nd when wad ing, to
prevent the vehicle becoming stuck and
possibly dama ged.
Ca rry emergency equipment, i. e. tow rope,
spade, first-aid kit, vehicle spares etc.,
which may be desirable if you intend
entering unfamiliar off-road terra in.
Technical data - see pag e 198.
A tow rope should be carried to allow the
recov ery vehicle to be placed clea r of any
adv erse ground.
Your Vauxhall Authorised Repairer will
assist you in assessing any sp ecial
req uirements.
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Sec ure all loose items and luggage that
may cause injury if thrown around the
passenger compa rtm ent in bumpy
conditions. Avoid ca rry ing heavy loads on
the roof. Make sure all d oors, the tailgate
and the bonnet are firmly closed.
Sec uring items using lashing ey es see p age 61.
All Wheel Drive
Driv ing through w ater
Do not ex ceed the maximum wading
depth; if the water is slightly lower than the
underbody of the vehicle, do not attemp t
to drive through it.
Check the depth of wa ter; choose the
lowest entry and departure angles before
entering.
Maintain a stea dy eng ine speed to help
prevent water from entering the exhaust
system, but do not exc eed 3 mph (5 km/h)
to avoid splashing the wa ter.
Drive with the flow wherever possible, not
against it. If y ou ha ve to drive against the
flow, try to drive at an angle to it, so that
the leading corner of the vehicle will help
deflect water from the engine
compartment.
Avoid splashing the water - if the ig nition
system b ecomes wet, the engine may sta ll.
Av oid water entering the air intake sy stem.
9 Warning
If wa ter enters the engine air intake
system, engine seiz ure with severe costly
dam age may result.
Test the brak es after leaving the water wet brak es are less effec tiv e than dry ones.
To restore normal braking, check behind
you for other vehicles, keep a safe forward
speed allowing plenty of space to the rear
and sid es, and g ently ap ply brak es until
normal performance is restored.
Perform the Serv ic e operations for wading,
inv olv ing checks for water contamination,
at the earliest opportunity.
Serv ic e checks after wa ding see p age 121.
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Self-help
Recov ery and t owing
When recovering or towing a vehicle
off-roa d, observe the following:
z A greater force is required to mov e a
vehicle from or through m ud tha n when
on a hard surfaced road.
z Atta ch a tow rope to the towing eye of
the vehicle, not to the axle see pages 153, 163.
z Where possib le, d riv e b oth v ehicles
forwa rd s to a ffect a recovery , using an
appropriate gear to a void wheelsp in.
z Avoid the use of reverse g ear bec ause of
possible resultant wheelspin.
z Stay clear of the tow rope.
9 Warnin g
Breaking ropes can cause serious injury.
Wheel changing
Place a board or plate benea th the ja ck to
prevent it from sinking into soft ground.
Further information - see pag e 167.
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All Wheel Drive
Cl eani ng
Clean the v ehicle thoroughly and as soon
as possible after d riv ing off-road.
Clea n and check the m echanical parts of
the vehicle, partic ularly the following
areas:
Do not let m ud rem ain dry on any part of
the vehic le as it becomes abrasiv e and can
dam age paint, glass, seals, bearings and
brake components.
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
If left to build up , mud ca n seriously affect
the a irflow through and over mecha nica l
components and ca use loc alised
overheating a nd failure of parts, especially
in the engine comp artment.
Ensure the radiator core a nd the area
between the radiator and intercooler / oil
cooler (where installed) is cleaned to
maintain proper cooling airflow.
Check the radiator and cooler cores for
blockag e (sand, silt etc. ).
Check the tyre treads.
Driveshafts, includ ing sealing bellows.
Front b ra ke calipers, pad s a nd discs.
Front susp ension.
C lutch fork sea ling bellows.
Rear brake calipers, pads and discs.
Rear suspension.
Fuel tank a nd underguard.
Breathers, axles and fuel tank.
Load sensing valve.
Transfer box a nd underguard.
Engine oil pan and underguard.
Observ e the following:
z Do not spray high pressure water directly
at the vehicle seals.
z The wheels m ust be removed to clean all
mud a nd stones from the brake calipers
and to c heck b ra ke p ad wear.
z The areas on the upper side of the
underguards must be cleared of stones
to prevent da mage to the oil pa n and
the fuel tank.
Ma intena nce
C ertain maintenance opera tions, e.g.
changes of engine oil, oil filter, air cleaner
element and brake pad s, are required
more frequently for severe opera ting
conditions, e.g. driving on unsurfaced
roads, during thick d ust or mud
acc um ulation, etc.
If the vehicle is driven off-road to a great
extent, the chassis will need regular
inspection.
Y our Vauxhall Authorised Repa irer will
inform you which add itional S ervice is
required between the normal S ervice
interva ls after consideration of the specific
operating cond itions of your vehicle.
Further information - see pag e 182.
All Wheel Drive
Servi ce chec ks after wa ding
After wading, c heck for the ingress of water
into the following :
z
z
z
z
z
z
Bra ke fluid reservoir.
Air c leaner elem ent.
Engine.
Transmission.
Ax les.
Interior of vehicle.
Renew any lubricating oil or hydraulic fluid
that has a milky appearance, indicating
contamination with water.
All Wheel Drive summary
Do
z C heck fuel and tyres, water and oil levels
before venturing off-roa d.
z Survey on foot before driving off-road,
especially w hen traversing hillsides,
wading, driving in deep snow and ov er
ridges.
z Select the correct gear for the conditions.
z Use the engine’s power of ac celera tion
and deceleration with the correct gear to
control the vehicle.
z K eep a firm g rip on the outer rim of the
steering wheel - keep y our thumbs away
from the spokes.
z Drive carefully and be prepared for
emergencies.
z Drive slower under crossw ind cond itions.
z Approach obstacles and conditions
off-road at the correct angles a nd with
sufficient momentum to negotia te the
obstacle, b ut do not put undue strain on
the vehicle.
z Use caution - if y ou are not sure, do not
do it.
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Don’t
z Do not venture off-road unless you are
certain that the cond itions are capable
of being negotia ted safely by you and
your vehicle.
z Do not ta ke unnec essary risks.
z Do not use the brak es ex cessiv ely, to
maintain steering control.
z Do not c hange gear on diffic ult terrain depressing the clutch m ay ca use the
vehicle to stop beca use of drag on the
wheels, or accelerate backwards or
forwa rd s w hen on a hill.
z Do not rid e or slip the clutch.
z Do not spin the wheels if stuck in mud,
sand or snow - they will only dig in
deeper.
z Do not drive at an ex cessive speed,
espec ia lly into corners. Your All Wheel
Driv e v ehicle ha s a higher centre of
gravity than conventional v ehicles.
Sudden changes of direction can lead to
loss of control.
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Drivin g hints
Driving hints
The first 600 miles (1000 km)
Driv e y our v ehicle at various speed s. Do
not use full throttle. Never allow the engine
to labour at low rev s.
Make good use of all gears. Depress the
accelerator ped al a ma ximum of around
three quarters of the available p edal travel
in all gea rs and drive ra nges.
Never co ast with engine not
running
Many units may then not func tion (e.g.
brak e serv o unit, power steering , airbag
system). Driving in this ma nner is a danger
to y ourself and others.
Brake servo unit
Av oid quick starts, sudd en acceleration
and prolonged high-speed driving to av oid
engine d amage and to conserve fuel.
With the engine not running, the brake
servo unit is no long er effective onc e the
brak e pedal has been depressed once or
twice. The brak ing effect is not reduced but
substantially greater foot p ressure is
nec essary to stop the vehicle.
Do not b rake unnec essarily ha rd for the
first 125 miles (200 km).
Power steering
Do not d riv e faster than three quarters of
maximum speed .
If possible, avoid towing another vehicle.
The inform ation c oncerns the engine and
parts of the power train, e. g. the final drive.
N ever leav e the steering wheel on full lock
when the vehicle is stationary as this m ay
dam age the power steering pum p.
If the power steering should fail - e. g. when
the vehicle is being towed with the engine
switched off - the vehic le can still be
properly steered b ut c onsiderab ly greater
effort is necessary.
Drivin g hints
Driving in moun tainous terrain or
with a caravan / trailer
Electrically d riv en fan: The fan cooling
capac ity is not dependent on eng ine
speed. I t is not necessary , therefore, when
driving uphill to shift d ow n into a low er
gear if the v ehicle can climb in a hig her
gear.
Driving in extreme conditions
When driving in hazardous conditions, e.g.
in snow, ice, mud, sand or w ater, d riv e
slow ly and ca utiously to allow for greater
braking d istances.
Avoid sudden manoeuvres when steering,
braking a nd accelerating. When brak ing ,
depress footbrake p edal lightly in a repeat
pattern to stop the vehicle, unless
equipp ed with ABS - see page 146.
If stuck, use 2nd gear (automatic
transm ission in driv e range 2) to avoid
spinning the front wheels.
Use sand, ty re c hains or other non-slip
materials to provide tra ction when stuck in
snow, mud or ice.
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Drivin g thro ugh water
Vehicles with turbocharger
Before a ttempting to driv e throug h water,
check the depth. If the depth is slightly
low er than the underbody of y our v ehicle,
do not attempt to drive through it.
After running at high eng ine speeds or high
eng ine loads, op erate the engine briefly at
a low load or run in neutral for approx.
30 seconds before switching off, in order to
protec t the turbocharger.
Driv ing too quic kly throug h water c an
cause water to enter the engine through
the air intake, causing severe d amage.
Driv e slow ly, in a hig h engine rpm in as low
a gear as possible.
Drivin g with a ro of load
Do not exceed the permissible roof load .
For safety reasons, distribute the load
evenly and secure it tightly with straps so
that it cannot slip. Set the tyre inflation
pressure to the value giv en for full load. Do
not d riv e faster than 75 mph (120 k m/h).
Check and retig hten straps at frequent
intervals.
Switch ing off the engine
If the engine temp erature is very high, e. g.
after driving in m ountainous terra in: allow
engine to id le for approx . two minutes in
order to prevent heat accumulation.
When you sw itc h off, fans in the engine
compartment may c ontinue running for a
tim e to c ool the engine.
Save en ergy – more miles
Plea se observe the running-in hints on the
previous pa ge a nd the tips for energy
saving on the following pag es.
Good, technically correc t and ec onomical
driving ensures m aximum d urab ility and
performa nc e for your vehicle.
Overrun
The fuel supp ly is autom atically shut-off
during overrun, e.g. when the vehicle is
being driven down long gradients or during
brak ing. To enable the ov errun cut-off to
come into action, do not accelerate or
declutch during ov errun.
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Drivin g hints
Engine rpm
Change down
Battery c are whilst driving
Under all driving conditions, drive in a
favourable engine speed rang e.
When decreasing speed, shift down into
the next lowest gear. Do not slip the clutch
with a high-revving engine. This is
especially important when hill climb ing.
When driving slowly or when the v ehicle is
stationary , e.g. in slow urban traffic,
stop-and-go traffic or traffic jam s, turn off
all unnecessary electric al loads where
possible (e. g. heated rear window,
auxiliary headlights).
Warming up
Allow engine to warm up whilst driving . Do
not warm it up by letting it run at idling
speed. Do not app ly full throttle until
engine reaches op erating temperature.
After a cold sta rt, automatic
transm ission 3 does not shift into higher
gears until higher engine speeds have been
rea ched. This allow s the ca talytic converter
to quickly reach the temp erature required
for optimum pollutant reduction.
Correct gear selection
Do not race y our eng ine whilst in neutral or
with a low gear selected. Driving too fast in
individual gears or drive rang es as well as
stop -a nd -go traffic increase engine wear
and fuel consumption.
Clutch operation
3
Alw ays dep ress the clutch ped al hard to
the floor to prev ent shifting difficulties and
tra nsmission dam age. There must b e no
mats in the area of the p edals.
When driving, do not use the ped al as a
footrest; this will cause substantial clutch
wear.
Pedals
Do not p lace any objects in the footwell
whic h could slip under the pedals and
inhibit the peda l travel.
To ensure the pedal trav el is uninhibited,
there m ust be no mats in the area of the
pedals.
Whilst driving, do not use the brake pedal
as a footrest; this will c ause substantial
wear to brake components and cause
ov erheating, resulting in longer braking
distances.
When starting the eng ine, depress the
clutch pedal so that transmission
resistance is elimina ted a nd the starter
motor and battery are relieved.
Save fuel, protect the environment
Save fuel, protect the
environment
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End-o f-life vehic le reco very
Warming up
For detailed information on Va ux ha ll’ s
on-going comm itment to achieving an
environmentally susta inab le future,
including; design for recycling, take back of
End-of-Life Vehicle’s (ELVs) and the
recycling of ELVs, view
www.va ux ha ll. co.uk/recycling for details.
z Full throttle and w arming up at idle
speed increase w ear, fuel consumption,
fuel emission, the a mount of pollutant in
the exhaust a nd the am ount of noise.
When dev eloping and manufac turing your
vehic le, Vauxhall used environmentfriendly and in the m ain recyc la ble
materials. The production methods used to
mak e y our v ehicle are likewise
env ironmenta lly -compatible.
Drive in an energy and
enviro nmen t-co nscious way
Uniform speed
Recycling of production wastes keeps the
circulation of material closed. Reduction of
energy a nd water requirements a lso help s
to conserve natural resources.
z Y ou should therefore drive with energy in
mind: "more miles / kilometres with less
fuel".
Trend-setting technology
A highly adv anced design mea ns that your
vehic le can be easily disassembled at the
end of its working life, and the individual
materials separated for subsequent re-use.
Materia ls such as asbestos and cadmium
are not used . The refrigerant in the air
conditioning system is CFC-free.
New painting techniques employ water as
a solvent.
z High fuel consumption, noise lev els and
exhaust em issions are often caused by a
driving style that is not energy and
env ironment-c onscious.
z Reduce the noise level and exhaust
emissions b y adopting an environmentconsc ious driving style. This is ex tremely
worthwhile and im proves quality of life.
Fuel consumption depends to a great
extent on your own personal driving style.
The follow ing hints are intended to help
you consume fuel at a rate that is as close
as possible to the specified lev els.
Check your vehic le’s fuel consum ption
every time you refuel. This facilita tes early
detection of a ny irregularities causing
increased fuel consumption.
z Driv e off imm ediately after starting.
Wa rm up the engine b y running it at
moderate eng ine speeds.
z Hectic driving significantly increases fuel
consumption, the quantity of emissions
and the p roportion of polluta nt in the
ex haust.
z Do not accelerate a nd brake
unnecessarily . Drive at uniform speed.
Avoid frequent starting-off and
stopping, e.g. at traffic lights, in short
distance traffic and in queues of tra ffic,
by m eans of clev er planning. S elect
roa ds with good traffic flow.
Idling
z The eng ine also consumes fuel when
idling .
z If you have to wait for more than one
minute, it is worthwhile switching off the
engine. Fiv e m inutes of idling
corresponds to ap prox . 0.6 miles (1 km )
of driving.
z Idling for more than 5 minutes can cause
ex cessive temperatures a nd damage to
ex haust system.
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Save fuel, protect th e environment
Overrun
Tyre inflation pressure
Repair and maintenanc e
z The fuel supp ly is automa tic ally shut-off
during ov errun, e. g. when the vehicle is
being driven down long gradients or
during b ra king - see page 123.
z Inadequate ty re p ressure, leading to
higher road resistance, costs m oney in
two wa ys: for more fuel and increased
tyre wear.
z Improper repairs or adjustm ent and
maintenance work can increase fuel
consumption. Do not carry out w ork on
the eng ine yourself.
z To enable the overrun cut-off to take
effect and save fuel, do not accelerate or
declutch.
z Regular checks (every 14 d ays) pay off.
Correct gear selection
z High revs increase engine w ear and fuel
consumption.
z Do not race your engine. Avoid d riv ing at
high engine speeds.
Driv ing with an ey e on the tachom eter
saves fuel. I f possib le, drive a t low rev s in
each gear and a t a consta nt speed.
Driv e in top g ear as m uch a s p ossible,
shift up as soon as possib le and do not
shift down prematurely.
High speed
z The faster the speed, the higher the fuel
consumption and noise lev el. Driv ing at
full throttle uses up a g reat deal of fuel
and generates ex cessive noise a nd hig h
emission levels.
z Slightly releasing the accelerator pedal
results in distinct fuel sa ving s w ith no
major loss of speed.
Driv e at no m ore than around three
qua rters of m aximum speed and y ou will
use up to 50% less fuel, without losing a
great deal of time.
Electrical loads
z The power consum ption of electrical
equip ment increa ses fuel consumption.
z Sw itch off all a dditional c onsumers (e. g.
air conditioning, heated rear window)
when they are no longer required.
Roof racks
3
z Roof racks can increase
fuel consumption by ap prox .
3.5 gal./1000 miles (1 l/100 km) d ue to air
resistanc e.
z Remove them if they are not being used.
You may , out of ignoranc e, infringe
environmental law s b y not disposing of
materials properly.
Appropriate parts m ight not be rec ycled .
Contact with some of the materia ls
inv olv ed may p ose a hea lth haz ard.
z We recom mend that repairs and
maintenance be entrusted to a Vauxhall
Authorised Repairer.
Extreme drivin g conditions
z Driv ing up steep gradients, cornering,
driving on poor roads, and winter driving
all increase fuel consumption.
Fuel consumption increa ses dramatically
in urba n tra ffic a nd at winter
temperatures, especially on short trip s
when the engine operating tempera ture
is not reached.
z Follow the hints given above to keep
consumption to a m inimum under suc h
cond itions.
Fuel consumption , fuel, refuellin g
Fuel consumption,
fuel, refuelling
Fuel consump tion .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Fuel for petrol engines . .... ..... .... .... .....
Fuel for diesel engines.. .... ..... .... .... .....
Refuelling . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
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Fuel c onsum ption
Fuel for petrol engines
Optional equip ment (e.g. w id e ty res, air
conditioning system, tow ing equipment)
increases the k erbweight and, in some
cases, also the permissible Gross Vehicle
Weight.
C om mercially availab le high-quality fuels
are suitable (see page 200). Fuel quality
has a decisive influence on the power
output, driveability and life of the engine.
The ad ditiv es conta ined in the fuel play an
important role in this reg ard. Y ou should
therefore use only high-quality fuels
containing additives.
This in turn inc reases fuel consumption and
reduces the m aximum speed of the v ehicle.
When the vehicle is new, there is increased
friction between the engine and
tra nsmission components lasting for
several thousand miles / kilometres. This
also increases fuel consumption.
Petrol with too low a n oc ta ne number can
cause pink ing. Va ux hall cannot be held
liable for resulting damage.
Petrol with a hig her octane number can
alway s be used .
A dispensing pump for leaded fuel cannot
be inserted in the fuel tank of a vehicle that
must be operated on unleaded fuel only.
Use of petrol with an octane rating of 95
will ensure economical driv ing.
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Fuel c onsum ption, fuel, refuelling
Fuel fo r diesel en gines
Diesel engines must be operated only on
commercially ava ila ble diesel fuel meeting
the specific ations of DIN EN 590.
Since January 2004, some oil companies
have mixed their diesel fuel with up to 5%
Bio fuel (FAME = Fatty Acid Methyl Esters)
like RME (Rape-O il Methy l Ester). This is in
accordance with the c urrent DIN EN 590
and does not harm the fuel injection
system. The characteristics of a diesel fuel
mixed up with 5% Bio fuel (FAME) do not
differ from conventional diesel fuel a nd do
not influence the vehicle’s drivea bility .
Im portant : Diesel fuel m ix ed with 5% FAME
according to DIN EN 590 m ust not be
confused w ith 100% Bio Diesel, which is not
to be used in Vauxhall engines.
The flow and filterab ility of diesel fuels are
tem perature-d epend ent.
Diesel fuels with improved low temperature
properties are therefore av ailable on the
market during the w inter months. Make
sure that you fill the ta nk with winter fuel
before the start of the cold wea ther
season.
Additives can be used with d iesel fuels with
winter p roperties that are guaranteed by
the m anufacturer and when using diesel
fuel filters that are heated depending on
the outside temperature.
Diesel fuels must not be diluted with fuels
that are intended for petrol engines.
Refu elling
9 Warning
C are m ust be taken when dealing with
fuel.
Before refuelling it is ab solutely vital to
switch off the engine and any heating
systems with combustion cha mbers.
Sw itch off m ob ile phones.
Fuel is infla mmable and explosiv e,
therefore avoid dealing with fuel near
naked flames and doing anything that
would generate sp arks. No smoking.
This also ap plies where the sm ell of fuel is
noticeable. I f the smell of fuel vapour
occurs in the vehicle itself, hav e the c ause
rem edied imm ediately by a workshop.
Ensure suitable fuel is ava ila ble b efore
driving in foreign countries.
Picture no: s0013455.tif
The fuel filler nec k with bay onet cap is
located on the left rear side of the vehicle.
The tank flap is locked together with the
doors - see page 50.
Unlock d oors, tailgate and tank flap by
pressing central lock ing switch m in
driver’s door.
O pen the tank flap b y hand.
Fuel consumption , fuel, refuellin g
If, in cold weather, the flap does not open,
tap it and try aga in.
Correct refuelling is largely dependent on
correct opera tion of the disp ensing p um p:
To unlock filler cap : turn it antic lock wise.
z Insert dispensing pump as far as it will go
and switch it on.
If hissing occurs, wait until it stop s b efore
completely unscrewing the cap. Rem ov e
cap a nd place in its holder on inside of the
tank flap.
The fuel tank has a limiting system whic h
prevents overfilling of the tank.
z After the first automatic cutoff, do not fill
the ta nk any further.
Replace the filler cap a nd turn it clock wise
until y ou hear several clicks.
Close tank flap.
Wipe off any overflowing fuel imm ediately.
If fuel is spilt onto the vehic le, rinse the area
with clean, cold water as soon as possible
to avoid permanent da mage to painted
surfaces.
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Catalytic converter, exhaust emissions
Catalytic converter,
exhaust emissions
Ca ta lytic converter for petrol eng ines
Ca ta lytic converter for diesel engines
Controlling ex haust em ission.... .... .....
Ex haust ga ses. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Maintenance ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Dama ge to the catalytic conv erter or the
vehicle m ay result if the following points
are not observed :
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z If the engine misfires or runs roughly
after a cold start, the engine power has
reduced significantly or other unusua l
operating problems occur that indicate a
fault in the ignition system , please
contac t a workshop as quickly a s
possible. Drive at a slower speed and
with less engine revs for a short tim e if
necessary.
Pictu re no: 17199T.tif
Catalytic converter for petrol
engines
Leaded fuel will da mage the cata ly tic
conv erter and parts of the electronic
sy stem, thereby rendering them
inoperative.
On vehicles with a c atalytic converter, the
fuel ta nk filler nec k is of a narrow design so
that a dispensing pump for leaded fuel
cannot b e inserted .
z If unb urned fuel enters the cataly tic
conv erter, this may result in overheating
and irreparable damage to the c atalytic
conv erter.
You should therefore avoid frequent cold
starts, unnecessarily long use of the
starter when setting off, running the tank
dry (an irreg ular fuel supp ly lea ds to
overhea ting) and starting the engine by
pushing or towing.
z If the control indicator for ex haust
emission Z flashes, lift your foot off the
accelerator until the indicator stops
fla shing and is steadily lit. C ontact a
workshop im mediately.
Control indica tor Z for exhaust
emissions - see page 27.
Catalytic con verter, exhaust em issions
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Catalytic converter for diesel
engines
Damag e to the catalytic converter or the
vehic le ma y result if the following points
are not ob served:
z Consult a w ork shop as quickly as
possible in the ev ent of irregular engine
running , a significant loss of engine
power or other unusual malfunctions. If
necessary, driving m ay be continued for
a short time at a low sp eed and with a
low engine speed.
Picture n o: s0013254.tif
Controlling exhaust em ission
Through design-related mea sures - mainly
in the area of the m ix ture formation
sy stem - the proportion of noxious
materials in the exhaust, suc h as carbon
monox ide (C O), hy drocarbons (C H) and
nitrogen oxides (NO x), is reduced to a
minim um .
Picture no: s0013632.tif
C ont rol indic ator Z for exha ust
If c ontrol indicator Z is illuminated while
the engine is running, there is a fault in the
emission control system or with the diesel
particle filter 3 . The permitted emission
va lues may be exceeded. Consult a
workshop.
Flashing with the engine running indica tes
a fa ult that m ay da mage the cata ly tic
converter. The vehicle’s electronic system
will switch to an emergency running
programm e so you m ay continue to drive
without causing dam age by slowing down
until the flashing stops and the control
indicator is steady. Consult a workshop
imm ediately.
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Catalytic converter, exhaust emissions
In some cases, the fault can be elim inated
by switching the engine off and ba ck on
again. If the control indicator illuminates
again when the engine is running, consult a
work shop to have the cause of the fault
eliminated .
Exhaust gases
9 Warnin g
Engine exhaust gases contain poisonous
carbon m onoxide, which has no colour or
odour a nd can be lethal if inhaled .
If ex haust fumes p enetrate the v ehicle
interior, open the w indows and consult a
workshop im mediately.
Picture no: s0013557.ti f
Cont rol indica tor 3 for engine
electronics
Illuminates for a few seconds when ig nition
is sw itched on.
If it illum ina tes when the engine is running,
there is a fault in the engine electronics.
The electronics sw itch to the em ergenc y
running program me, fuel consump tion
may increase and the d riv eability of the
vehic le ma y be affected.
Do not run engine in enclosed spaces, e.g.
in a ga ra ge, or sit in a parked v ehicle for an
extended period with the engine running.
Do not drive with tailgate open. If driving
with the tailgate open is necessa ry, set fan
to highest speed, c lose windows and
ensure air recirculation m ode is off, to allow
entry of outside air.
Catalytic con verter, exhaust em issions
If the underbody or rear of vehicle is
dam aged or corroded, you notice a
change in the sound of the ex haust sy stem,
or whenever you suspect exhaust gases are
penetrating the v ehicle interior, consult a
workshop immediately.
When the vehicle is driven for the first time,
wax and oil on the exhaust sy stem ma y
evaporate, producing smoke-like emissions
which should not be inhaled. Allow wax
and oil to evaporate while the vehicle is in
the open air. Av oid inhaling.
Maintenance
Have all maintena nce work c arried out at
the intervals spec ified by Va ux ha ll . We
recommend that you entrust this w ork to
your Vaux hall Authorised Repairer, who
ha s proper equipm ent and trained
personnel available. Electronic testing
sy stems permit rap id diagnosis and
remedy of faults. This w ay y ou can be
certain that all components of the vehicle’s
electrica l, injection and ignition sy stems
op erate correctly, tha t your vehicle has a
low level of pollutant emission and tha t the
catalytic converter system will have a long
service life.
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Y ou are thereby making an im portant
contribution towards keeping the air clean
and c om pliance w ith emissions legislation.
C hecking and adjustment of the fuelinjection and ignition systems is part of the
scope of a Service. For this reason you
should hav e a ll maintenance work carried
out at the intervals specified in your
S ervice Booklet.
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Drive con trol systems
Drive control systems
Electronic Stability Programm e (ESP)
Descent Control System (DC S).. .... .....
Cruise control 3 ... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Parking distance sensors 3... .... .... .....
Autom atic lev el control 3 ..... .... .... .....
Tyre pressure monitoring system 3 ..
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Electronic Stability Programme
(ESP)
The Electronic Stability Programm e
improves driving stability when necessary,
independ ently of the ty pe of road surface
and the tyre grip. It also prevents the d riv e
wheels from spinning .
The system m onitors vehicle movements.
As soon as the vehicle starts to swerve
(understeers / ov ersteers) eng ine output is
reduced (the sound of the engine cha ng es)
and individual wheels are specifically
braked . This considerab ly improves the
driving stability of the vehicle on snow and
ice and on wet or slippery road surfa ces.
ESP is ready for operation after the ignition
is switched on and the ESP control
indica tors 7 , A a nd 2 illum inate then
extinguish after approx. 4 seconds.
When the ESP comes into action, control
indicator 7 flashes in the instrument
cluster. S ome noise or v ibration may b e
app arent.
The vehicle is now in a critical situa tion;
the ESP helps you to keep control of the
vehicle a nd reminds you to m atch your
speed to the road conditions.
9 Warnin g
Do not let this special safety feature
tempt you into tak ing risks when driv ing.
Tra ffic safety can only b e ac hieved by
adopting a responsible d riv ing sty le.
Drive control systems
Picture no: s0013634.ti f
ESP A ctive & Warning 7 c ont rol indica tor
Illuminates for approx. 4 seconds when
ignition is switched on. The system is ready
for operation when it extinguishes.
Flashing when driv ing:
This shows the system has com e into
action. The engine output may be reduced
(the sound of the engine cha nges) a nd the
vehic le ma y be braked automatically to a
small degree.
Ill uminated w hen d riving :
Fault in the system. Poor road surface
conditions m ay cause v ehicle stab ility to b e
impaired.
Hav e the cause of the fault remedied by a
workshop. The system ’s integrated selfdiagnostic s a llows faults to be quic kly
rem edied.
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Picture no: s0013636.tif
ESP N ot Ready
control indicat or
Illum inates for approx. 4 sec onds when
ignition is switc hed on.
Sw itching off
C ontrol indica tor 2 illuminates for ap prox .
4 seconds when ignition is switched on.
Illum inates to ind icate that the sy stem is
not ready for c onditions to operate.
With ES P active, if wheels are slipping on
wet, snowy or icy roads, engine speed ma y
not increase when accelerator pedal is
depressed. The vehicle m ay not move.
May illuminate in cold conditions. It should
go out when the vehicle warms up.
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Drive con trol systems
Hydr aulic Brak e Assist (HBA)
When the ESP function comes into a ction
and recognises any emergency situations
requiring hard braking, it autom atically
delivers increased b ra king pressure to the
wheels.
Activ e R ol lover Protection (ARP)
If the vehic le moves in an unstable manner,
this func tion helps the vehic le ma intain
normal stability.
Picture no: s0013677.ti f
Turn off ESP function to allow engine rp m
to increase, by pressing the 2 button.
Control indicator 2 illum ina tes in the
instrument cluster.
The ESP function is turned on a gain by
pressing the 2 button again or the next
time the ignition is switched on.
Tr ailer Sta bilit y Assist (TS A) 3
TS A monitors v ehicle movem ents when
tow ing a carava n or tra iler. If the system
detects lurching movements, engine power
is reduced and the v ehicle / trailer
combination is selectively braked until the
lurching ceases.
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Descent Control System (DCS)
The Descent C ontrol Sy stem allows the
vehicle to trav el at a low speed without
depressing the footbrake.
The vehicle w ill automatically dec elerate to
4 mph (7 km /h) and remain at that speed
when the DCS button is p ressed.
Use only when desc ending steep grades
whilst driving off-road . Do not use when
driving on normal road surfaces.
S om e noise or v ib ra tion from the brake
system may be a pparent when DCS is
active.
DC S must not be activated when ESP is in
operation - see p age 134.
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Cruise c ontrol 3
C ruise control can store a nd maintain
speeds over approx. 20 mph (30 km/h).
For safety reasons, the cruise control
cannot be activated until the footbrake
has been opera ted once.
C ruise control is operated with
buttons 9, 8 and : on the turn signal
stalk, located on the right-hand sid e of the
steering wheel.
Picture no: s0013680.ti f
Picture n o: s0013681.tif
To act ivat e
At speeds below approx. 30 mph
(50 k m/h), p ress DC S b utton. The green
DCS control indica tor 5 will flash in the
instrument cluster to show DC S is in
opera tion.
Fault
The amb er DC S control ind ic ator 5
flashes to indicate that the system is not
ready for cond itions to operate and
illuminates when there is a malfunction in
the system.
DCS will not activate at speeds above
30 mph (50 k m/h), even if the button is
pressed.
Have the cause of the fa ult remed ied by a
work shop.
Unnecessary usage of DCS function, such
as whilst driving on norm al roads, may
dam age the brake system a nd the ESP
func tion.
To deacti vate
Press DCS button ag ain. The green DC S
control indica tor 5 will extinguish.
Dep ressing the footbrak e or ac celera tor
will also cause the DCS function to be
deactivated .
Do not use cruise control if it is not
adv isable to ma intain a constant speed
(e.g. in situations presenting a danger to
y ourself and other roa d users, in heavy
traffic or on winding, slippery or grea sy
roads).
Deviation from the stored speed ma y occur
when driving up or downhill, depending on
gradient, speed and v ehicle load.
It may b e necessa ry to apply the
acc elerator to m aintain the desired sp eed
when driving uphill, or to brake or
downshift w hen driving downhill.
Apply ing the footbrake switches c ruise
control off, so m any drivers do not use
cruise control when driving up or down
steep gradients.
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Drive con trol systems
With autom atic transmission, only use
cruise control while in D.
When the cruise control is active, reaction
times may be increased due to the different
position of the feet.
9 Warning
The driver is always responsible for
ensuring that vehicle speed is
appropriate for the speed limit and
driv ing conditions - even if c ruise control
is engaged .
Failure to follow the instructions could
lead to injuries or enda nger life.
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Control i nd icator m
When driving, control ind icator m will
illuminate when the sy stem is switched on
and the desired v ehicle speed is stored.
Picture no: s0013683.tif
To act ivat e
Press the : button to turn cruise control
on. Accelerate to the d esired speed, press
the 9 button and release it: the current
speed is stored and maintained. The
acc elerator pedal c an be relea sed after
setting cruise control sp eed.
Vehicle speed can be increased
temporarily for overta king purposes,
by depressing the accelerator pedal.
When the acc elerator peda l is released, the
previously stored sp eed is resum ed.
Drive control systems
Incr ease speed
With cruise control activ e, press and hold
the 8 button and release it when the
desired vehic le speed is rea ched.
To dea ctiv ate
Switch off cruise control when not needed,
to avoid accid ental activa tion.
To increase speed in steps of 1. 2 m ph
(2 k m/h), tap the 8 button and relea se it.
Control indica tor m extinguishes and the
vehicle slowly dec elera tes. To continue
driving, depress the accelerator pedal in
the usual manner.
When the 8 button is released, the
current speed is stored and m ainta ined.
Alternatively, use the accelerator pedal to
increase vehicle speed, press the 9
button and release it, then release the
accelerator pedal.
When the 9 button and the accelerator
pedal are released, the current speed is
stored and m ainta ined.
Decrease speed
With cruise control activ e, press and hold
the 9 button and release it when the
desired vehic le speed is rea ched.
To decrease speed in steps of 1. 2 m ph
(2 km /h), tap the 9 button a nd release it.
When the 9 button is released , the
current speed is stored and m ainta ined.
Press
: button to turn cruise control off.
For safety reasons, cruise control
deactiv ates under certain driving
conditions.
For example:
z If the v ehicle speed drops below 20 mph
(30 k m/h), or
z If the brake pedal is dep ressed, or
z If the clutch peda l 3 is depressed, or
z If the autom atic transm ission 3 selector
lever is in N , or
z If the traction control aspec t of the
Electronic Stability Program me (ESP)
comes into a ction, to lim it wheel sp in.
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Resuming t he stored speed
Press the 8 b utton at a speed above
20 mph (30 km/h): the speed selected
before the cruise control was switched off,
is resumed .
The value of the stored speed is deleted
when the ignition is switched off or the
: button is pressed .
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Drive con trol systems
The acoustic signal m ay d iffer depending
on the type of object detected.
If the vehicle a pproaches an obstacle w hen
in a forward gear or while reversing, a
series of signals can b e heard in the v ehicle
interior. The interva l between the sig nals
becomes shorter a s the dista nc e is
reduced. If the distance is less than 30 c m,
the signa l will be continuous.
9 Warning
Picture no: s0013684.ti f
Parking distance senso rs
3
The p arking dista nce sensors m ake
parking easier by measuring the distance
between the vehicle a nd any obstacles to
the front and rear and giv ing an acoustic
signa l in the passenger’ s com partment.
The system record s the distance using four
sensors in both the front and rear
panelling.
To act ivat e
The p arking dista nce sensors ac tiv ate
automatically when the ignition is sw itc hed
on and a forward gear or reverse is
enga ged and the handbrak e is released.
Under certain circumstances, v arious
reflective surfaces on objects or c lothing
as well as ex ternal noise sources may
cause the system to fail to d etec t
obstacles.
The parking distanc e sensors m ay not
rec og nise sharp objects, thick clothes or
spong e-like materia ls w hich ab sorb the
frequency.
If the sensors are damaged or covered
with snow, dirt or ice, the parking
distance sensors may not ac tiv ate.
For these reasons, care must be taken
when reversing even if the parking
distance sensors are operational. This is
of particular importance when in the
vicinity of p edestrians.
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To deact ivat e
The sy stem deactivates automatically
when in neutral (automatic transm ission 3
in N or P) with the handbrake applied.
When the vehicle sp eed is greater than
3 mph (5 km /h), the sy stem also
deactivates.
To deactivate the system manually, p ress
r button on the c entre of the instrument
panel. The control indicator in the b utton
will illuminate.
If the button is pressed again, the control
indicator in the button will go out a nd the
system will be reactivated as soon as a
forward or reverse g ear is engaged a nd the
handbrake is released.
Drive control systems
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To ensure the safety of other road users
and peop le in the vicinity , and to avoid
damage to the vehicle, rem emb er:
z The parking d istance sensors should only
be considered as a sup plementary
func tion. Normal precautions should b e
maintained when reversing. C heck the
rea r view and use the mirrors when
rev ersing .
z Do not push, scratch or otherw ise
dam age the sensors.
Picture no: s0013685.ti f
Cont rol ind icator r for park ing distance
sensors
Illuminates during driving if there is a fault
in the system .
If the acoustic signal sounds 3 times
continuously when there are no obsta cles
near the front or rear panelling, there is a
fault in the system.
Hav e the cause of the fault remedied by a
workshop.
z Do not use high-pressure jet cleaners to
clean the sensors. C lean only w ith a soft
spong e and clean wa ter.
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Automatic level control 3
Automatic level control makes it possib le to
keep the heig ht of the vehicle constant
when subjected to d ifferent loads in the
rear (e.g . when p assengers are occupy ing
the rear sea ts or when towing a carav an /
trailer). This significantly improves driv ing
conditions.
The vehicle is autom atically raised at the
rear to its previous unloaded level,
increa sing spring travel and ground
clearance.
In the ev ent of malfunctions, do not utilise
the vehicle’s full load capacity. Have the
cause of the fault remed ied by a w orkshop
without delay .
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Drive con trol systems
Tyre pressure mo nitoring
system 3
The ty re pressure m onitoring system
continually checks the pressure of all four
wheels whilst driving.
A pressure sensor is integrated in each
wheel. Once a m inute, the pressure of each
tyre is sent to a control unit, where it is
compared. I f the system detects one or
more pressure differences, a m essag e
appears on the inform ation d isplay .
In vehicles with Graphical Information
Display 3 or Colour Informa tion Display 3
and trip computer 3, current ty re pressures
can be show n in the inform ation d isplay .
For the system to b e operational, all wheels
must b e equipped with pressure sensors
and all tyres must b e filled to the
prescribed pressure. The ty re pressure
monitoring sy stem automatically detects if
the vehicle is being driven with a load of up
to 3 persons or a full load.
Once the ignition is switched on, the system
is operational and will continuously
monitor the tyre pressures a t speed s of
approx. 25 mph (40 km/h) and above.
9 Warnin g
The ty re p ressure monitoring system does
not replace manual checks with a
suitable gauge.
Check tyre pressures at least every
14 da ys and prior to any long journey;
the tyres should be check ed w hen cold.
Don’ t forget to chec k the spare 3.
Tyre pressure – see pages 207.
Drive control systems
Ü Board Computer
Navi active
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Navi active
BC 1
Tyre pressure
BC 2
Timer
check rea r
righ t tyre
(va lu e in b ar)
Tyres
OK
Picture no: 17334T.tif
Display of current tyre pressure 3
Select menu item Tyres from the Boa rd
Com puter menu.
The c urrent pressure of each ty re is
displayed.
Warning m essages
A message is given on the inform ation
display to w arn of inconsistent ty re
pressures. In some v ersions, the message is
displayed in abbreviated form.
For exa mple, the following messages c an
be displayed:
Pictu re no: 17353T.tif
A graphic 3 indica ting the left rear tyre is
shown together with the current ty re
pressure: slight pressure dev ia tion. Reduce
speed. Chec k pressure at nex t op portunity
with appropriate g auge a nd correct if
necessary.
On the Colour Information Display, this
report will app ear in y ellow.
Attention!
F ron t left tyre
pressure loss
(va lu e in b ar)
OK
Picture no: 17354t.tif
A grap hic 3 indicating the front left tyre is
show n tog ether with the current tyre
pressure: significant pressure deviation or
direct pressure loss. Steer out of flow of
traffic as quickly as possible without
end angering other drivers. Stop and check
the tyres.
Mount the spare wheel 3 if necessary –
see page 166.
O n the C olour Information Display this
report will appear in red.
Acknowledgem ent of warnings –
see page 36.
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Brakes
Brakes
Brake system ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Footbrak e.... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Handbrak e.. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Anti-lock Brake Sy stem (ABS) u .. .....
Brake system
The effectiveness of the b ra kes is an
important fa ctor for traffic safety .
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145
145
146
In the interest of effectiveness, do not
brake unnecessarily hard during the first
125 miles (200 km ) after new disc brake
pads have been fitted.
Wear of the brak e linings must not ex ceed
a specified limit. Regular maintenance as
detailed in the S ervice Booklet is therefore
of the utmost im portance for traffic safety.
Brake pads worn to their minimum
thick ness m ay generate a grinding noise.
Have worn brake pads replaced as soon as
possible. We recommend tha t you consult
your Vaux hall Authorised Repairer, who
will fit parts that ha ve b een tested a nd
approved by Vauxhall a nd guarantee
op tim um braking p ow er.
9 Warning
Disregard of these instructions m ay lead
to injuries or endanger life.
Picture no: 17206T.tif
Brak e assi st
Rapid powerful applica tion of the brake
pedal automatically applies m aximum
brak ing force amp lification to achieve
shortest possible b ra king dista nce under
full braking (brak e assist).
Maintain steady pressure on the b rake
pedal for as long as full-on brak ing is to
continue. When the brake pedal is
released, the m aximum b ra ke force
am plification is taken away .
Brakes
Footbrake
The b ra king sy stem com prises two
separate brake circuits.
If one brake circuit should fail, the vehicle
can still be braked with the second
rem aining circ uit.
If this happens, the brake ped al must be
fully depressed with greater p edal
pressure. The distance required for braking
will be greater.
If at any time during driving the b rake
pedal can be depressed further than
normal, the v ehicle repeatedly pulls to one
side und er braking, or brak e noise is heard,
consult a workshop.
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In order to utilise the full pedal trav el particula rly in the event of a brake circuit
fa ult - there m ust be no mats in the area of
the pedals.
With the engine stopped, the brake servo
assista nce is discontinued after the brake
pedal ha s b een depressed once or twice.
The braking effect is not red uced but
increased foot pressure will b e necessa ry .
Ta ke extra care w hen the v ehicle is being
tow ed.
Check the brak e lights before sta rting out
on a journey. Shortly after the start of eac h
journey , the brake system should be tested
for its effectiveness at low speed and
without inconveniencing other road users,
especially if the bra kes are wet, e. g. after
washing y our v ehicle.
Excessive b ra king when going d ow nhill can
cause brak es to temp orarily overheat. Shift
to a lower gear rather than continuously
applying brak es.
The brake fluid lev el should be checked
regularly - see p age 188.
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Handbrake
Alway s apply handbrak e firm ly. O n slopes,
app ly the handbrak e a s firmly as possible.
The mechanical handbrak e a cts on the
brak es on the rear wheels. It eng ages
automatically when app lied.
To release the handbrake, press and hold
the button, pull the lev er up slightly and
lower lever while holding the button in.
To reduc e the operating forces of the
handbrake, d epress the footbrake at the
same time.
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Brakes
If the brak es operate as normal when the
control indica tor illum inates during driv ing,
it is p ossible to c ontinue d riv ing carefully
and at a safe sp eed to a w orkshop.
If the control indicator stay s lit, the brak es
do not operate as norm al or leak s are
found in the brak e system, do not attempt
to drive the vehicle. Have the v ehicle towed
to a workshop for inspec tion and repair.
Picture no: s0013688.ti f
Cont rol indica tor 4 for brak e system
Illuminates when ignition is sw itc hed on.
Goes out after engine is started.
Illuminates if handbrake is applied and/or
fluid lev el for brake hydraulics is too low .
Brake fluid lev el - see pa ge 188.
9 Warning
If it illuminates when the handbrake is not
applied: stop vehicle; interrupt your
journey immediately .
Check brake fluid level and top-up if
necessary before consulting a workshop.
Have cause of brake fluid loss remed ied
by a work shop.
If the control indicator does not illumina te
when the ig nition is sw itched on, or when
the handbrak e is applied (w ith ignition on),
stop and consult a workshop.
Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) u
The AB S continually monitors the vehicle's
brak e system and prev ents the wheels from
locking, irresp ective of the road condition
and ty re grip.
It starts to regulate the braking pressure as
soon a s a wheel shows a tendency to lock.
The vehicle rema ins steerable, even in the
event of very heavy braking, e. g. on bends
or when swerving to avoid an obstac le.
Even in the case of full-on brak ing , the ABS
ma kes it possible to drive round an
obstacle without releasing the brak es.
ABS control is mad e ap parent throug h a
pulse in the brake pedal and the noise of
the regulation process.
9 Warnin g
For optimum braking, keep the brak e
peda l fully dep ressed throughout the
braking process, despite the fa ct that the
peda l is pulsating. Do not reduce the
pressure on the pedal.
Do not let this special safety feature
tempt you into ta king risk s w hen driving.
Tra ffic safety can only b e ac hieved by
adopting a responsible d riv ing sty le.
Brakes
If ABS control indicator u illum inates
during driv ing along with brake system
control indicator 4 , there is a serious
fa ult in the brak e system. Have the system
checked imm ediately by a workshop.
Fault
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9 Warnin g
If there is a fault in the ABS, the wheels
may tend to lock in the event of unusually
heavy braking. This may cause the
vehicle to sw erve. The benefits of the ABS
are lost.
Y ou can continue driving, provided y ou
drive with care and anticipation.
Picture no: s0013689tif
Cont rol indica tor u for ABS
When the ig nition is sw itched on, the ABS
control indica tor illuminates for ap prox .
4 seconds.
At the same time, the sy stem performs a
self-check . When the c ontrol indicator
exting uishes, the sy stem is read y for
opera tion.
If the control indicator does not illuminate
when the ignition is switched on, does not
go out after approx. 4 sec onds, or if it
illuminates d uring driving, there is a fault in
the ABS . The vehicle's brak e system may
rem ain operational without AB S
reg ulation.
Hav e the cause of the fault rem edied by a
workshop. The system 's integrated selfdiag nostics allow s faults to be quickly
remedied.
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Wheels, tyres
Wheels, tyres
Tyres ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Changing ty re / wheel type... .... .... .....
Tyre inflation pressure.. .... ..... .... .... .....
Tyre condition, wheel cond ition ... .....
Winter tyres 3 . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Tyre chains 3 .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Tyres
See pag e 206 for suitable ty res and
restrictions.
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148
149
150
151
152
Factory-fitted tyres are matched to the
cha ssis and offer optimum d riv ing c om fort
and safety.
Changing tyre / wheel type
Before switching to different tyres or
wheels, seek advice on technical
possibilities. We recommend that you
consult y our Va ux ha ll Authorised Repairer,
who will be able to advise y ou of any
necessary mod ifications.
9 Warning
Use of unsuitab le tyres or wheels m ay
lead to accidents and render the vehicle
unroa dworthy .
If tyres of a different size to those fitted at
the factory are used (this includes winter
tyres), the electronic speedometer m ay
possibly need to be reprogrammed to
ensure that the speed d isplay ed is correct.
Vehicles with tyre pressure m oni toring
system 3
When using w inter tyres or when switching
to different tyre sizes, sensors for the ty re
pressure monitoring system can b e fitted at
a la ter date by a workshop upon request.
O therwise, the system would not indicate
tyre pressure deviations.
Tyre pressure monitoring sy stem 3 –
see page 142.
Fitti ng new tyr es
N ew ty res should be fitted in pairs, or for
preference in sets. Mak e sure that both
tyres on an axle are:
z the same siz e
z the same design
z the same make
z and have the same tread pattern.
9 Warnin g
We recom mend that you consult your
Vauxhall Authorised Repa irer to have the
tyres replaced. Your Vauxhall Authorised
Repairer knows the legal reg ulations
conc erning the disposa l of tyres and
therefore protects the env ironment and
your health.
Wheels, tyres
149
Fit direc tional tyres such that they roll in the
direc tion of travel. The rolling d irection is
indicated by a symbol (e.g. a n arrow) on
the sidewall.
Tyres fitted opposing the rolling direction
(e. g. when a tyre is chang ed) should be
refitted a s soon as possible. This is the only
way to obtain full benefit from the design
properties of the tyre.
O bserve legal requirements w hen
disposing of ty res.
Some brands of tyres have a beaded edge
for alloy wheels to protect against
dam age. If wheel trims are used on steel
wheels with bead ed-edge tyres, the
follow ing procedure must b e followed :
z Wheel trim s and tyres that a re approved
by Vauxhall for the respective vehicle
and comp ly w ith all of the relev ant wheel
and tyre comb ination requirements must
be used.
z If the wheel trims and tyres used are not
Vauxhall-approved, the tyres m ust not
hav e a bea ded edge.
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Tyre inflation pressure
Check tyre pressures, inc luding the spare
wheel 3, at lea st every 14 days and prior to
any long journey. The tyres should be
checked when cold , as warm tyres produce
inac curate rea ding s. Don't forget to check
the spare.
Use the v alve cap k ey 3 to mak e
unscrewing the valve cap s easier. The key
is located on the inside of the tank flap.
Ty re p ressures - see pa ge 207.
Increased pressure resulting from ty re
warm-up must not be reduced, otherwise
the pressure ma y drop b elow the
permissib le minimum when the ty res cool
down.
Picture n o: s0017213T.tif
After hav ing checked the tyre pressures,
securely tighten the valve caps.
Incorrect inflation pressures will impair
safety, vehicle handling, comfort and fuel
econom y and w ill increase tyre wear.
If the pressure is too low , this can result in
consid erable tyre warm-up and interna l
dam age, lead ing to tread separation and
even to ty re blow-out at high speeds.
Hidd en tyre dama ge is not elim inated by
subsequently a djusting the inflation
pressure.
9 Warnin g
Incorrect ty re pressure could lead to a flat
tyre.
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Wheels, tyres
Picture no: 17214T.tif
Tyre condition, wheel condition
Driving over sharp edges can lea d to
hidden ty re d amage and wheel da mage
which is only notic ed later on; danger of
tyre blow-out.
Drive over edges slowly and at a rig ht
angle if possible. When parking, ensure
that the ty res are not pressed against the
edge of the kerb.
Check ty res regularly for da mage (foreign
bodies, punctures, cuts, cra cks, bulges in
sidewalls). C heck w heels for dama ge. In
the event of damage or abnormal w ear,
consult a workshop.
9 Warning
Da mage may lead to tyre blowout.
Picture no: 17215 T.tif
Picture no: 17216 T.tif
Tr ead depth
Check tread depth regularly. S hould the
front tyres show greater wear tha n the rea r
tyres, have both front wheels exchanged
with the rea r wheels so that the ty res with
deeper tread are on the front axle.
For safety reasons, tyres should be
replaced when their tread depth has worn
down to 2 to 3 mm . The legal p ermissible
minimum tread d epth (1.6 mm) has been
reached when the tread has worn down as
far as one of the wear indicators.
For information on how to change a wheel,
see p age 167.
A num ber of wear indicators are spaced at
equal intervals around the ty re within the
trea d. Their p osition is indica ted by
ma rk ings on the tyre sidewall.
Check the ty re pressures - see page 207.
Wheels, tyres
Genera l informa tion
Note that the da nger of aquaplaning is
greater if the tyres a re worn and if the tyre
infla tion pressures are not correct.
Tyres a ge, even if they are used only very
little or not at all. A spare wheel which has
not been used for six y ears should be used
with care.
Never fit used tyres the prev ious history
and use of w hich y ou do not know.
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Tyre designations
Meanings:
Win ter tyres 3
e.g. 235/60 R 17 102 H
Winter (M+S ) tyres improve safety at
extrem ely low outside temperatures and
should therefore b e fitted on all wheels.
S ee page 206 for restrictions.
235 = Tyre width in mm
60 = Aspect ratio
(tyre height to tyre width in %)
R
= Belt type: Radia l
17 = Rim diameter in inches
102 = Load index
e.g.: 91 represents 618 kg
H = Sp eed code
Speed c od e letters:
Q
S
T
H
V
W
Up to
Up to
Up to
Up to
Up to
Up to
100
112
118
130
150
168
m ph
m ph
m ph
m ph
m ph
m ph
(160
(180
(190
(210
(240
(270
km/h)
km/h)
km/h)
km/h)
km/h)
km/h)
The design of summ er ty res means they
have limited qualities for winter driving.
If the max im um perm issible speed for the
winter ty res is less than that of the v ehicle,
a notice indicating the m aximum
permissible sp eed for the tyres must b e
affixed within the driver's field of vision 3 1) .
If y ou use the spare wheel when it is fitted
with a summer tyre: the vehicle's
driveability ma y be affected , especially on
slippery road surfaces. O btain a
replacem ent for the faulty ty re as soon as
possible, and ha ve the wheel balanced
and fitted to the v ehicle.
Ensure that w inter tyres are infla ted to the
correc t pressure sp ecified by the tyre
ma nufacturer.
1)
Varies from coun try to coun try on a ccount of
nationa l regu la tion s.
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Wheels, tyres
Picture no: 17217T.tif
Tyre chains
3
See page 206 for restric tions.
Alw ays use fine-linked chains that ad d no
more than 15 mm to the tyre tread and the
inboard sides (including chain lock).
Tempora ry spar e w heel 3
The temporary spare wheel is designed for
use on y our v ehicle only.
We rec om mend that you consult your
Vauxhall Authorised Repairer, w ho w ill be
pleased to give advice.
Do not attempt to use the spa re tyre on a
different wheel, or use a different tyre on
the spare wheel as they will not fit.
Ty re chains may only be used at speeds of
up to 30 m ph (50 km /h) 1) or up to the tyre
cha in manufac turer’s recommended
maximum speed , whichev er is lower.
Tyre chains must not be used on the
temporary spare wheel. If y ou need to use
tyre chains after suffering a flat front tyre,
fit the temporary spa re wheel on the rear
ax le and transfer one of the rear w heels to
the front ax le.
When tra velling on roads that are free of
snow, they ma y only be used for brief
periods sinc e they are subject to rapid wear
on a hard road and may snap.
For notes on the tem porary spare wheel see page 167.
Av oid sharp turns, bumps and holes and
do not loc k the w heels when braking, to
avoid dam aging the ty re chains.
Ensure the tem pora ry spare wheel is
inflated to the correct ty re p ressure see page 207.
Retighten the chains a fter driving for
approx. 0.6 m iles (1 k m). If, at any tim e,
you hear or suspect that the chains are
contacting the vehicle, stop and retighten
cha ins.
Wheel changing - see page 167.
Alw ays read the instructions supplied with
the tyre chains.
1)
Va ries from cou ntry to co untry on a ccou nt o f
na tion al reg ulations.
Roof racks, caravan and trailer towin g
Roof racks, caravan
and trailer towing
Roof racks 3 .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Towing eq uipm ent 3 .... .... ..... .... .... .....
Towing eq uipm ent with detachable
coup ling ball bar 3 .... .... ..... .... .... .....
Ca ra van / trailer loads . .... ..... .... .... .....
Coupling socket loa d.... .... ..... .... .... .....
Rear axle load during towing ... .... .....
Tyre inflation pressure.. .... ..... .... .... .....
Driving characteristics, towing tips ...
Parking on inclines... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Starting on inclines .. ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
9 Warning
Disregard of the instructions may lead to
injuries or endanger life. Vehicle
passengers must be informed
accordingly.
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156
157
157
157
158
159
159
Roof racks
3
For reasons of safety and to avoid
damaging the roof, we recommend that
you use the Vauxhall roof rack system
approved for your vehicle. Y our Vauxhall
Authorised Repairer w ill be hap py to
advise y ou.
Fasten the roof ra ck to the roof rails
following the instructions that accomp any
the system, ensuring that the roof load is
evenly distributed over the side or cross
ra ils. Loads m ust not be placed on the roof
surface.
To prevent damag e or loss, check
frequently that roof loads are securely
fa stened.
Driv ing with a roof load affects the
vehicle’s centre of gravity; driv e carefully in
crosswind s a nd do not drive at high
speeds.
Driv ing hints - see page 122.
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Towing equipment
3
If the vehicle is not equipped with a trailer
hitch, we rec om mend hav ing this retrofitted by a Vaux hall Authorised Repairer,
who will adv ise you on any possible towed
load increases.
Y our Vauxhall Authorised Repa irer has
instructions on how to install the trailer
hitch and ma king any changes to the
vehicle that a re needed that affect the
cooling system, heat shields or other
equipment.
9 Warnin g
The coupling ball b ar is to be removed
when not towing.
Mounting dim ensions of tow ing equip ment
- see pa ge 210.
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Towing equipment with
detachable coupling ball bar 3
Stow age of coupl ing bal l bar
The c oupling ba ll bar is stowed in a bag,
fastened with a stra p in the spare wheel
well of the luggage compa rtm ent.
Picture n o: s0013518.tif
Fit ting the coupl ing bal l bar
Remove sealing p lug from the hole for the
coupling ball b ar and stow it in the luggage
compartment.
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C onfirm that the colour m arking on the
lever is red.
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I mporta nt
C heck tha t the coupling ball bar is correctly
attached:
z Green marking must be visible on lever.
z Coupling ball ba r must b e sea ted firmly
in coup ling housing.
C oupling b all bar must be locked and key
must be remov ed.
9 Warnin g
Picture no: s0013520.ti f
Inserting the coupling ba ll bar:
Insert the coupling b all bar into the
coupling housing and push firmly
downwards until the coupling ball b ar
audibly engages.
If it does not engage, repeat fitting
proced ure.
Do not swing the coupling ball b ar to the
left or right, or upwards and downwards, to
avoid disrupting correct fitting.
Picture n o: s0013521.tif
Lock coup ling ball bar by turning the
supplied key in the loc k cylinder of the
coupling b all bar.
Remove key.
Tow ing a carav an / trailer is only
permitted with a p roperly attac hed
coup ling ba ll b ar. If the coupling ball bar
cannot be p roperly attached, consult a
workshop.
Eye for break awa y stopp ing cab le
In the c ase of caravans / trailers with brake,
attach the break away stopping ca ble to
the eye - not the coup ling bar.
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Caravan / trailer loads1)
The permissible caravan / trailer load s a re
vehicle-dependent and eng ine-dependent
maximum values which must not be
exc eeded.
The actual carav an / tra iler load is the
difference between the actual gross weight
of the carava n / trailer and the actua l
coupling socket load with the caravan /
tra iler coupled.
Picture no: s0013522.ti f
Dismounting the coupling b all ba r
Unlock coupling ball b ar and remove key .
Push lev er to the left, towards the coupling
ball b ar and turn it downwards. Pull
coupling ball ba r out of c oupling housing.
Remove any rust or dirt from area around
the coupling housing and coupling ball bar
connection before inserting sealing plug in
the hole.
Stow the coupling ball bar in the
compartment in the spa re wheel well of the
luggage compartment, fastening it with
the strap.
When the carav an / trailer load is being
checked, therefore, only the carav an /
tra iler wheels - and not the jock ey wheel must b e standing on the weighing
apparatus.
The permissible caravan / trailer load s for
your vehic le a re given in the vehicle papers.
Unless otherwise stated, they are valid for
gradients up to max . 12%.
The permissible caravan / trailer load
should be fully utilized only by drivers who
are ad equately experienced in towing
large c aravans / trailers.
The permitted c aravan / trailer load
applies up to the specified incline and up to
an altitude of 1000 m etres above sea-lev el.
Do not use steam-jet clea ners or other
high-pressure cleaners to c lean the
coupling ball ba r.
1)
Obs erve na tiona l reg ula tio ns.
S ince engine power decreases as altitud e
increa ses b ecause of the air becoming
thinner, therefore reducing climb ing ability,
it may not be possible for permissible trailer
loads to be fully utilized in mountainous
territory.
The permitted towing weight d ecreases by
10% for every 1000 metres of additional
altitude.
The tow ing weight does not hav e to be
reduc ed w hen driving on roads with slig ht
inclines (less tha n 8%, e.g. on motorways).
The actual caravan / trailer loa d plus the
actual Gross Vehic le Weight m ust not
exceed the max imum permitted towing
weight. For exam ple, if the permitted Gross
Vehicle Weight is utilised, the c aravan /
trailer loa d must only be used until the
ma ximum permitted tow ing weight is
reached.
The maximum permitted towing weight is
show n on the identification plate see page 198.
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Coupling so cket load
Rear axle load during towing
The c oupling socket load is the load
exerted by the carav an / tra iler on the
coupling ball. It can b e varied by changing
the w eight distribution when loa ding the
carava n / trailer.
When the carav an / trailer is coup led a nd
the towing vehic le fully loaded (including
all occupants), the perm issible rear ax le
loa d must not be exceeded.
The ma ximum permissible coup ling socket
load for the towing vehicle (80 k g) is stated
on the towing equipment id entific ation
plate and should always be aimed for,
particularly in the ca se of heavy caravans /
trailers. The coup ling socket load should
nev er be below 25 k g.
When mea suring the coup ling socket load,
mak e sure that the drawbar of the loa ded
carava n / trailer is at the sa me height as it
will be when the caravan / trailer is c oupled
with the towing v ehicle loa ded. This is
particularly imp ortant for carav ans /
trailers with tandem axle.
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National regulations regarding m aximum
speeds for vehicles towing a ca ra van /
tra iler must be observed .
Picture no: 17213T.tif
Tyre inflation pressure
Increase the ty re p ressure on the towing
vehicle to the value specified for full load
(see page 207). Also check the pressure of
the caravan / trailer ty res.
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Roof racks, caravan and trailer towing
Driving characteristics, towing
tips
In the case of carav ans / trailers with
brakes, attach the breaka way stopping
cable to the eye 3 or loop around coupling
ball b ar if no ey e is ava ila ble.
Ensure cable is crossed under the coupling
soc ket to ensure the carav an / tra iler nose
cannot drop to the ground if it becomes
separated from the hitch.
Do not allow the cable to drag along the
ground and alway s allow enough sla ck to
permit full turning. Follow the instructions
sup plied w ith the towing equipm ent.
Before coupling the carav an / tra iler,
lubricate the ball of the caravan / trailer
towing device. However, do not do so if a
stabilizer which acts on the coupling ball is
being used to dam p rolling motions.
Handling is greatly influenced by the
loading of the caravan / trailer. Loads
should therefore be secured so that they
cannot slip and be placed in the c entre of
the c aravan / trailer if possib le, i. e. above
the a xle.
Genuine Vauxhall Accessories which can
be subsequently fitted aid trailer
opera tion, e.g. large mirrors for wide
carava ns / trailers.
In the case of carav ans / trailers with low
direc tional stability, it is advisable to use a
friction-typ e stabilizer to damp rolling
motions.
Do not drive faster than 50 mph (80 k m/h),
even in countries w here higher speed s a re
permitted.
When driving uphill, do not drive faster
than 20 mph (30 km/h) in 1st gear, or
30 mp h (50 km/h) in 2nd gear.
Make sure that you have enough room
when cornering and a void sud den
manoeuvres.
If the carav an / trailer starts to swa y, driv e
more slowly, d o not a ttempt to correct the
steering and b ra ke sharply if necessary.
If it is necessary to a pply the brakes fully,
depress the brake ped al as hard as
possible.
The cooling fan is electrica lly opera ted.
The fan cooling capacity is not, therefore,
dependant on engine speed. It is not
necessary, when d riv ing uphill to shift down
into a lower gear if the vehicle can climb in
a higher gear.
When coupled to a ca ra van / trailer, the
vehicle requires more braking effort when
driving d ow n long gradients, so select the
same gear as you would driving uphill and
drive at roughly the sa me speed.
Automatic transm ission in Automatic
mode will select the driving programme
with the optim um engine braking effect.
Remem ber that b raking distanc es for
vehicles towing carava ns / trailers w ith and
without brakes is alwa ys greater than for
vehicles not towing a carav an / trailer. For
carav ans / trailers with brak es, follow the
instructions carefully. Do not m ake any
modifications to the brak e system.
Alway s c heck lights on caravans / trailers
before towing. Ensure national regulations
are observed.
The fog tail light on the vehicle is
deactivated when towing a caravan /
trailer.
When rev ersing, if possible, ha ve someone
provide assistance.
Drive slowly and shift down into a lower
gear when descending steep grad ients
rather than holding the footbrake
depressed, to avoid overheating and
reduc ed b rake efficiency.
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Block the wheels of b oth the caravan /
trailer a nd the vehicle w hen parking, and
alway s a pply the handbrake firm ly. I f
possible, do not pa rk on slopes.
9 Warning
Have someone p rov id e assistance when
removing block s. Alw ays rem ov e block s
from wheels while standing to one sid e.
Do not remove blocks while standing
behind the ca ra van / tra iler; risk of injury
and damag e to both the vehicle and
caravan / trailer.
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Parking on in clines
Starting o n inclines
If parking on an incline is unavoidable,
depress the footbrake, hav e someone
place wheel blocks und er the caravan /
tra iler wheels and release the footbrak e
until the blocks have absorbed the load.
Depress the footbrake and hold it down,
start the engine, shift into gea r and release
the ha ndb rake.
Depress footb rake again, app ly
ha ndb ra ke, engage first gear on uphill
gradients or reverse gear on downhill
gradients (autom atic transmission 3 in P)
and fina lly , release footbrake.
Release footbrake and driv e slowly until
the caravan / trailer is clear of the w heel
blocks. Stop the vehicle and have someone
pick up the b lock s. If possible, the engine
speed should not d rop during this
procedure.
For v ehicles with automa tic transmission 3
in Automatic mode, ap ply sufficient
throttle.
Before starting-off under extreme
conditions (e.g. high com bina tion weight,
mountainous terrain w ith steep inclines),
switch off all unnecessary electrical loads
(e.g. heated rear window 3, air
conditioning system, heated front seats 3).
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Self-help
Diesel fuel system, bleeding . .... .... .....
Starting .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Starting the engine w ith jump lead s 3
Towing the v ehicle... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Towing service ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Towing another vehicle.... ..... .... .... .....
Jac k and v ehicle tools 3 .. ..... .... .... .....
Warning triangle ¨ 3, First-aid
kit + 3 ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Tem porary spare wheel 3 .... .... .... .....
Wheel chang ing ... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Electrical system .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Fuses and the most important c ircuits
they p rotect .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Bulb replacem ent .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
9 Warning
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160
161
163
164
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165
166
166
167
170
171
174
Disregard of the instructions may lead to
injuries or endanger life. Vehicle
passengers must be informed
accordingly.
Diesel fuel system , bleeding
Nev er let the tank run dry . If control
indica tor Y illuminates, refuel as soon a s
possible.
It is p ossib le to restart the engine if the ta nk
ha s b een run dry . A delayed start can be
exp ected. S witch on the ignition three tim es
for a pprox. 15 seconds. Then try to start
the engine for no more than 40 seconds. If
the engine will not sta rt, wait at least
10 seconds before trying aga in. If the
engine w ill still not start, consult a
work shop.
Starting
Do not sta rt wit h quick charger
This prevents d amage to electronic
components.
9 Warnin g
If the v ehicle battery requires charging
whilst still in the vehicle, ensure there is
adeq uate ventila tion in and around the
battery compartment to prevent risk of
exp losion.
Do not sta rt by pushing or tow ing
Because your vehicle is fitted with a
cataly tic converter, it must not be started
by pushing or towing - see pa ge 130.
The v ehicle can only be started using jum p
leads - see following p ages.
Self-help
z Use auxiliary battery with sam e v olta ge
(12 volts). Its capacity (Ah) m ust not be
considera bly less than that of the
discharged ba ttery. Voltage and
capacity information can be found on
the batteries.
Starting the en gine with jump
leads 3
A vehicle with a discharged battery can be
started using jump lead s and the battery of
another vehicle.
Start attem pts should be m ade at intervals
of 1 minute and should not last longer than
15 second s.
z Use jump leads with insulated terminals
and a width of at least 16 m m2 (25 mm2
for diesel engines).
9 Warning
This must be d one with extreme care. Any
deviation from the following instructions
could lead to personal injury or d amage
resulting from ba ttery explosion, as well
as to dam age to the electrical systems in
both v ehicles.
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z Do not disconnect the discharged
battery from the vehicle.
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z Never ex pose the b attery to nak ed
flames or spark s.
z Switch off all unnecessary electrical
consumers. R adio / I nfotainment system
may be damaged if switched on w hile
jum p sta rting.
z A discharged battery can freeze at
temperatures as low as 0 °C. Defrost the
battery before connecting the jum p
leads.
z Do not lean over the ba ttery during jump
starting procedure.
z Do not allow battery fluid to contact
eyes, skin, fab ric s or pa inted surfaces.
The fluid contains sulphuric acid w hich
can ca use injuries and damage in the
event of direct contact.
z Do not touch the vehicles while jump
starting.
z Wear eye protec tion and protective
clothing when handling a b attery.
z Do not allow the terminals of one lead to
touch those of the other lead .
z Apply handbrak e.
z Manual transmission in neutral
(automa tic transmission 3 in P).
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9 Warning
C are m ust be taken to ensure that the
leads do not inadvertently conta ct metal
surfaces within the compartment area .
z Do not connect leads to negative
term inal of discharged battery.
Picture no: s0013564.ti f
Connect the lea ds in the order shown in the
illustration:
1. Connect one end of the first jump lead to
the positiv e terminal 1 of the battery
prov iding the jump start (identified by
“+” sign on battery case or termina l).
2. Connect the other end of the first jump
lead to the positiv e terminal 2 of the
discharged battery (“+” sign).
3. Connect one end of the second jum p
lead to the negativ e terminal 3 of the
battery prov iding the jump start
(identified by "-" sign on battery case or
terminal).
4. Connect the other end of the second
jump lea d 4 to ground on the vehicle with
the discharged battery, e. g. on the
engine b lock .
z After 5 minutes, start the other engine.
Start attempts should be made at
intervals of 1 minute and should not last
longer than 15 seconds.
z After starting, allow both eng ines to idle
for approx. 3 m inutes with leads
connected.
z The la st connection point should b e as
far away from the discha rg ed battery as
possible.
z In order to a void ex cess voltage in the
electric al sy stem, b efore removing a
lead, sw itc h on a n electrica l consumer
(e.g. light, heated rear window) in the
vehicle receiving the jump sta rt.
z Route leads so they cannot ca tc h on
rotating parts in engine compartment.
z Operate discharged vehicle for app rox .
20 minutes to allow for recharging .
z Start the engine of the vehicle providing
the jump start.
z Reverse abov e seq uence exac tly when
removing leads.
Self-help
The driver must be in the towed vehicle to
steer and to op erate the brak es.
Plac e gearshift lever in neutra l. Switch on
the ignition to relea se the steering colum n
lock and to permit opera tion of the brake
lig hts, horn and windscreen wiper.
Driv e off slowly and a void jerky
movem ents. Impermissible tractive forces
could damage the vehicles.
9 Warning
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Towing the vehicle
In emergency situations, when a towing
service is not available, attach a tow
rope 3 - or b etter still a tow rod 3 - to the
front towing eye (located under the front
panelling), never to the front panelling or
front suspension units. Do not tow the
vehic le from the rear.
9 Warning
Nev er lift vehicle using the front towing
eye.
More brake ped al pressure is necessary
when braking, since the brake servo unit
is operative only when engine is running.
C onsiderably grea ter steering force is
necessary since this unit is operative only
when the engine is running.
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K eep tow rope clear of front panelling, and
ensure it is securely fixed to the towing eye
at both ends. Pull on the tow rope to check .
To prevent entry of ex haust fumes from
towing vehicle, switch on air recirculation
mode and c lose the windows.
N ever let p assengers rid e in a vehicle that
is being tow ed.
N ever tow a v ehicle with damaged pa rts
that are not secured to the vehic le or if
wheels, brakes or steering are dam aged.
Do not tow the vehic le with a tow rope 3 or
tow rod 3 for extended periods, to av oid
dam age to the vehicle. Towing with a tow
rope 3 can c ause severe da mage to the
transmission. Do not ex ceed safe speeds
for towing and only tow in this manner on
hard-surfaced roads.
For vehic les with a utomatic transm ission 3,
use flatbed or wheel lift equip ment only.
C onsult a workshop . We recommend your
Vauxhall Authorised Repairer, who will
serve you b est to get your vehicle back on
the roa d.
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Drive off slowly and avoid jerky
mov ements. Imperm issible trac tiv e forces
could da mage both vehicles.
Towing service
Entrust your vehicle only to the towing
service of your choice and obtain an
estimate on tow ing costs before employing
any towing serv ice. This will prevent
unnecessary expense and possible
insurance problems during claim
processing .
To prevent d amage, do not take up slack
in the tow rope too quickly .
Use flatbed equipment w henever possible.
If vehicle is to be towed using a wheel lift,
tow with all w heels off the road, using a
towing dolly.
Never use sling-type equipment to tow the
vehic le or tow the vehicle with the front or
rea r wheels on the roa d, to av oid causing
serious d amage to the v ehicle.
Place the gearshift lever in neutral
(automatic transm ission 3 in N), switch on
hazard warning lig hts, turn key to starter
switch position ACC and release the
handbrake before towing the v ehicle.
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Towing another veh icle
In em ergency situations only , e.g. to p ull
another vehicle out of snow, mud or a
ditch, attach a tow rop e 3 - or better still a
tow rod 3 - to the rear towing eye, never to
the rea r axle and suspension units.
The rear towing ey e attachment 3 is stored
below the floor c ov er in the lug gage
compartment. Open the c ov er located on
the rea r panelling and screw the rear
tow ing eye attachment firm ly in place.
9 Warning
Never lift vehicle using the rear towing
eye.
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9 Warning
In a sudden stop or a collision, loose items
can be thrown around inside the vehicle,
causing personal injury and dam age to
the interior.
Secure the jack a nd vehicle tools a way
properly under the floor cov er in the
luggage compa rtm ent.
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Jack and vehic le tools
3
The jac k and v ehicle tools have been
specially dev eloped for your vehicle and
must only be used on that vehicle. Only use
jack for changing w heels.
The jac k and v ehicle tools are loc ated in
the lugga ge c om partment below the floor
cover.
Picture no: s0013700.tif
To remov e the jack and v ehicle tools, op en
the tailgate. Push lev ers on the floor cover
towards the handle and pull up the floor
cover in the lugga ge com partment.
Hang the hook to the upp er part
of the ta ilg ate opening (see p age 63,
Fig. S 13419).
Remove wing bolt from the ja ck b y rotating
it anticlockwise and rem ov e the jack a nd
wheel wrench.
Remove straps holding the bag containing
the wheel wrench. Remove wheel wrenc h
from the bag.
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Warning triangle
First-aid kit + 3
General inform ation
If y ou use winter tyres 3, the sp are wheel
ma y still be fitted with a summer tyre.
¨ 3,
Your first-aid kit and w arning triangle can
be a ccommodated b elow the floor cover in
the lugga ge c om partment.
If y ou use the spare wheel when it is fitted
with a summer tyre, the vehicle's
driveability ma y be affected , especially on
slippery road surfaces.
O btain a replacement for the faulty tyre as
soon as possible, and have the wheel
bala nced and fitted to the vehicle.
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Tem porary spare wheel 3
The tem porary spare wheel is loca ted in
the luggage compartment below the floor
cover a nd is secured with a screw-in
retainer.
Push the levers of the floor cover towards
the handle and pull up floor cover by the
ha ndle (see pa ge 165, Fig. S 13700). Hang
the hook to the upp er part of the tailgate
op ening (see page 63, Fig. S 13419).
Remove the retainer b y rotating it
anticlock wise, and remove spare w heel
from the spare wheel well.
If in doubt, consult a workshop.
Self-help
Notes on tempor ary spa re wheel
z Using a temporary spa re wheel m ay
cha nge the driving behav iour of the
vehicle, particularly if using winter
ty res 3. Replace defective tyre as quic kly
as possible, balance wheel and fit to
vehicle.
z Fit only one temp orary sp are wheel.
Notes on directional tyres 3
Ty res with a p rescrib ed rotating direction
can only achiev e their maxim um
performance if they a re fitted in the
prescribed rotating d irection. If a tyre or
spare wheel is fitted that is rotating in the
wrong direction due to a puncture, the
following must be noted:
z Ta ke c urv es slowly .
z The handling of the vehicle may be
different. Replace defective tyres a s soon
as possible, have wheel ba la nced and
fitted to the vehicle.
z Do not use the tem porary spare wheel
for a lengthy period.
z Do not drive faster than 50 m ph
(80 k m/h).
z Replace tem pora ry spare wheel with full
specification w heel without delay.
z Drive particularly carefully on wet and
snow-c ov ered road surfac es.
z When temp orary spare wheel is fitted, do
not tak e the vehicle through a n
automa tic ca r w ash with guid e rails. The
temporary spare wheel ma y get caught
on the rails, causing dam age to the tyre,
wheel and other vehicle pa rts.
For more informa tion on tyres with a
prescribed rotating d irection –
see p age 149.
z Do not d riv e faster than 50 mph
(80 km/h).
z Ty re chains are not permitted on the
temporary spare wheel.
If tyre cha ins are necessary after a front
wheel puncture, fit the temporary spare
wheel to the rear and a rea r wheel to the
front. C heck ty re p ressure and adjust if
necessary - see pa ge 207.
z Follow the temporary spare wheel
instruc tions on pages 152, 170, 206.
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Wheel changing
In order to reduce the cha nce of possible
injuries, mak e the following preparations
and note the procedure:
z Park on a level, firm and non-slippery
surface.
z Switch on hazard warning lig hts and
apply handb ra ke. Engage 1st gear or
reverse (automatic transm ission 3 in P).
z Correctly set up warning triangle 3.
z Ensure all vehicle p assengers are out of
the vehicle, and clea r of the vehicle and
other traffic.
z Take the spare wheel from under the
lug gage compartment floor cover see previous page.
z Before ra ising the vehicle, turn front
wheels to straight-ahead position.
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z Remove wheel cover 3.
z Before screw ing in the wheel bolts when
cha nging a w heel, you must apply a light
coa ting of grease to the wheel bolts.
Keep a standard commercial grease
with you for this rea son.
z Slacken w heel bolts one turn only before
ra ising the vehicle, but do not totally
unscrew or remove the b olts until the
wheel is off the ground.
z Nev er change m ore than one wheel a t a
tim e.
z Block wheel diagonally op posite the
wheel to be cha nged by placing w edge
bloc ks or equivalent in front and behind
the wheel.
z Do not jack-up the vehicle when traffic is
too c lose.
z Use jack only when changing wheels.
z Nev er exceed ja ck max imum working
load (900 kg).
z If the ground on which the vehicle is
standing is soft, a solid board (max. 1 cm
thick) should b e pla ced under the jack .
Using a thicker board could lead to
dam age of the jack and the v ehicle.
z Do not raise the vehicle more tha n is
necessary to change a wheel.
z No people or animals may be in the
vehicle when it is jacked -up.
z Never start or run the engine or crawl
under a jacked-up vehicle.
z Fully tighten the wheel bolts after
lowering the vehicle all the way, ensuring
bolts ha ve been tightened to the correct
torque - see page 206.
z If conditions a re not satisfactory to
change a wheel safely , consult a
workshop .
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1. Slacken the w heel bolts by one turn each
using the wheel bolt wrench, putting the
wrench on as far as possible.
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Picture no: s0013693.ti f
2. The location of front and rear jacking
points is ind icated by notches on the
bottom edge of the vehicle, under the
doors.
Picture n o: s0013694.tif
3. Attach wheel bolt wrench to jack head
and rotate w rench clockwise to raise the
lifting head a little.
Position jack at the front or rear ja cking
point located nearest to the wheel
concerned so tha t the jack claw spans
the vertical b ase. Ma ke sure it is
perpendicular to the ground a nd
properly positioned .
The ja ck base must b e on the ground
directly below the jack ing point in a
manner that prevents it from slipping.
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4. Raise vehicle b y rotating wheel bolt
wrench clockwise until jack head fits
firm ly into the app ropriate notch a nd the
tyre is ap prox . 2.5 cm off the ground.
If this is not the ca se, carefully lower the
vehicle immediately and reposition the
jack so that it cannot slip.
5. Unscrew wheel bolts completely b y
turning anticlockwise and put
somewhere w here the threads w ill not b e
soiled.
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10. S tow the jack ing equipment and
wa rning triangle 3 - see p ages 165,
166.
11. S tow replac ed w heel in lugga ge
com partment.
12. C heck the tyre pressure of the newly
fitted wheel - see page 207. Ad just as
necessa ry .
Picture no: s0013699.ti f
13. H ave the new wheel balanced on the
v ehicle and have the tightening torque
of the wheel bolts checked as soon a s
possib le, and if necessary, corrected .
Tightening torque - see page 206.
6. Change the wheel.
Notes on sp are w heel - see page 166.
14. Replace defective tyre on the wheel
that wa s removed.
7. Screw in wheel bolts and tig hten slightly
by hand until wheel is held a gainst the
hub.
15. Replace tem pora ry spare wheel with a
full specification wheel without delay .
8. Rotate wheel bolt wrench anticloc kwise
and lower v ehicle to the ground.
9. Tighten wheel bolts in c riss-cross
sequence, putting the wheel bolt wrench
on a s far a s p ossible.
Electrical system
9 Warnin g
Electronic ignition system s generate very
hig h voltages. Do not touch the ignition
sy stem; high voltage can b e fatal.
Fuses
There are two fuseboxes in the vehicle:
the interior fusebox is loc ated on the
left-hand side of the driver’s footwell,
the engine com partment fusebox is
located next to the coolant reservoir on the
right-hand sid e.
It is ad visab le to ca rry a full set of fuses av ailable from your Vauxhall Authorised
Repairer.
S pare fuses are kep t in the eng ine
compa rtm ent fusebox.
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Only install fuses of the sp ecified rating .
Each fuse has its rating written on it, in
addition the fuses are c olour coded.
Fuses,
C olour
Grey
Light brown
Dark brow n
Red
Light blue
Y ellow
White
Light green
O rang e
Dark blue
Picture no: 17259T.tif
When rep la cing a fuse, turn off the
respective switch and the ignition.
A defective fuse can be recog nized b y its
melted w ire. A new fuse should only be
installed after the cause of the trouble has
been elimina ted.
There is a fuse ex tractor in the eng ine
compartment and instrument panel
fuseboxes. Do not use tools that conduct
electricity when changing fuses.
1)
R atin g in Am peres.
Fuses,
Rating1)
2A
5A
7.5 A
10 A
15 A
20 A
25 A
30 A
40 A
60 A
Picture no: s0013695.tif
Fuses and the most important
circuits they protect
I nstrum ent panel fuseb ox
Located in the left-hand side of driver’ s
footwell. Release latch to open.
To help in replacing fuses, a fuse extractor
is located in the eng ine compa rtm ent
fusebox.
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No. C ircuit
27 -
Picture no: s0013493.ti f
Some circuits m ay be protected by severa l
fuses.
Picture no:
No. Circ ui t
R ating
Rati ng
20 A
13 Stop
14 Hea dlight wash
15 A
15 A
2 Heat / Mat
3 Audio
20 A
15 A
15 Rear cluster
16 Air cond itioning
10 A
15 A
4 Trailer
5 Parking light (right sid e)
10 A
10 A
17 Body C ontrol Module
18 Body C ontrol Module
20 A
15 A
6 Air conditioning
7 Power steering
10 A
10 A
19 Starter switch
20 Fog ta il light
2A
10 A
8 Body Control Module
9 Vauxhall alarm
10 A
10 A
21 Airb ag
22 Front door lock
10 A
15 A
10 C entral door locking
11 Turn signal (right side)
20 A
15 A
20 A
15 A
12 Turn signal (left side)
15 A
23 Accessory sock et
24 Transmission C ontrol
Module
25 Engine
26 Body C ontrol Module
10 A
No. C ircuit
1 Accessory socket
15 A
Rat ing
-
28 Windscreen wash
29 Exterior m irror heating
10 A
10 A
30 C luster
31 Ig nition
10 A
10 A
32 Airbag
33 S teering wheel remote
10 A
2A
34 Folding mirrors
35 -
10 A
-
36 C igarette lighter
37 Passenger’ s electric
window
38 Driver’s electric window
20 A
20 A
39 Automatic transmission
10 A
20 A
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Picture no: s0013579.ti f
Eng ine compar tment fuseb ox
The fusebox is loca ted next to the coolant
reserv oir, on the rear right-hand side - as
seen from the front of the engine
compartment.
9 Warning
Switch off engine before op ening the
engine com partment fusebox; risk of
injury.
To open, disengage cover a nd tilt upw ards.
To help in repla cing fuses, a fuse extractor
is located in the engine compartment
fusebox.
Picture n o: s0013580.tif
Some circuits may be protected by sev eral
fuses.
Picture no:
No. C ircuit
Rat ing
R ating
15 A
11 C ooling fan a ux ilia ry
12 S top
30 A
15 A
2 Engine 2
3 Engine Control M od ule
15 A
20 A
13 S eat heating
14 ABS module
20 A
20 A
4 Engine 3
5 A/C compressor
15 A
10 A
15 ABS module
16 Horn
40 A
15 A
6 Main
7 Starter
10 A
20 A
17 Wiper
18 Run
25 A
40 A
8 Cooling fan
9 Fuel pump
30 A
15 A
19 Accessory / Ignition
20 S unroof
40 A
20 A
15 A
21 Anti-theft system
15 A
No. Circ ui t
1 Engine 1
10 All Wheel Drive (AWD)
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Bulb replacement
.t fi
No. C ircuit
22 Electric seat
Rati ng
30 A
23 Battery
24 Defogg er
60 A
30 A
25 Dipped beam (left side)
26 Dipped beam (right side)
15 A
15 A
27 Parking light (left side)
28 Front fog lights
10 A
15 A
29 Main b eam
30 Rear wiper
15 A
20 A
31 32 Headlight wash
20 A
33 Transm ission Control
Module
15 A
34 Trailer / pa rk ing light
(left side)
10 A
35 Sp are
36 Sp are
25 A
20 A
37 Sp are
38 Sp are
15 A
10 A
Halogen bulbs contain pressurised gas.
Ta ke special care when d isposing of
ha logen bulbs. Never touch the glass with
bare fingers; risk of injury.
Before replacing a bulb , turn off the
respective light switch.
Only hold new bulbs at the base.
Oil and grease stains on the glass
evap orate, eventually resulting in a dull
reflector. I na dvertently sta ined bulbs may
be c leaned with a clean, non-fluffy cloth,
using alcohol or white spirit.
Replacement bulb m ust be in accordance
with data on base of defective bulb. Do not
exceed w attage given on bulb base.
Replace crack ed or da maged bulbs, as dirt
can g et insid e, coating the insid e of the
bulb a nd reducing light output.
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If the headlights are damaged, the light
may not be sufficiently diffused and can
blind oncoming drivers. Vehicle v ibration
can also cause incorrect headlight aiming.
Headli ght aim ing
We recommend that head light a im ing be
carried out by y our Vauxhall Authorised
Repairer, who will ha ve special equipment
designed for the task.
O n vehicles w ith m anual headlight range
adjustm ent 3, carry out headlight aiming
with switch in position 0.
9 Warning
Xenon headlights operate at very high
volta ge. Do not touch; high v oltag e ca n
be fatal. Have bulbs changed by a
work shop.
Picture n o: s0013523.tif
Hea dlight dipped and ma in beam
1. O pen bonnet, remov e fastener plug s
that hold d ow n the rad iator upper cover
and remove the radia tor upper cover.
2. Remove three bolts and headlight
assembly .
3. Remove headlight cap and harness
connector.
4. Release spring that retains the bulb and
rem ove bulb .
5. Install new b ulb and reinstall bulb
reta ining spring ensuring tha t bulb is in
correct orienta tion.
6. Replace ha rness connector and
hea dlight cap.
7. Replace three bolts and headlight
assembly .
8. Replace radiator upper cov er, holding it
down with the fastener plugs rem ov ed
earlier and c lose bonnet.
Picture no: s0013524.tif
Park ing lig hts
1. Open bonnet.
2. Remov e headlight assembly.
3. Remov e headlight cap.
4. Pull out bulb holder (loc ated next to
main beam bulb).
5. Remov e bulb from bulb holder by p ulling
it straight out.
6. Install new bulb.
7. Replac e headlight cap.
8. Replac e headlight assembly.
9. Close bonnet.
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Picture no: s0013525.ti f
Front turn signal lights
1. Open bonnet.
2. Remove hea dlight assem bly.
3. Disconnect wiring harness connector
from bulb hold er.
4. Rotate bulb holder anticlock wise.
5. Pull bulb holder from light assembly.
6. Press bulb inwards and rotate
anticlockw ise to rem ov e it from bulb
holder.
Picture n o: s0013768.tif
Si de rep ea ter lights
1. Using a suitable screwdriver, pry light
assembly a way from w ing.
2. Disconnect wiring harness c onnec tor
from bulb holder.
3. Remov e bulb from lig ht assem bly by
pulling bulb straight out of bulb holder.
3. Rotate bulb holder anticlockwise.
4. Install new bulb into bulb holder by
pressing it in and rotating the bulb
holder clockwise.
4. Remove b ulb holder from light a ssem bly.
5. Rotate bulb anticlockwise and remove
from bulb holder.
7. Install new bulb into bulb holder b y
pressing it in a nd rotating it cloc kwise.
6. Install new b ulb into b ulb holder and
rotate it clockwise.
8. Reinstall bulb hold er in light assembly
and reconnect wiring harness connector.
7. Reinstall bulb holder in light assem bly
and reconnect wiring harness connector.
9. Reinstall headlight assembly.
8. Reinstall panel to und erside of v ehicle
using 2 screws removed earlier.
10. Close bonnet.
Picture no: s0013527.tif
Front fog lights
1. Remove 2 screws from panel on
underside of vehicle below front fog
lights and rem ov e p anel.
2. Rotate bulb holder anticlockwise.
5. Push light assembly back into aperture.
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Picture no: s0013528.ti f
Picture n o: s0013529.tif
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Picture no: s0013530.tif
Rear br ake, ta il, turn signa l, reverse and
fog t ail lig hts
1. Open the tailgate.
7. Replace light assem bly by guiding lugs
on light assembly into their holes (see
black arrows in illustration).
Num ber plat e l ights
1. Remov e 4 screws (arrowed) and remove
light covers.
2. Remove 2 screws and light a ssemb ly.
8. Replace 2 screws removed earlier.
3. Remove bulb holder by rotating it
anticlockw ise.
9. C lose the tailgate.
2. Remov e bulb holder from light assemb ly
by rotating it anticlockwise.
4. Remove bulb from b ulb holder by
pressing the bulb in and rotating it
anticlockw ise.
5. Install new bulb into bulb holder.
6. Reinstall bulb holder into light assembly.
Rotate bulb holder cloc kwise and ensure
it is secure.
3. Pull b ulb straight out of bulb holder.
4. Install new bulb.
5. Reinsta ll bulb holder into lig ht assembly .
Rotate bulb holder clockwise and ensure
it is secure.
6. Replac e light covers using 4 screws
removed earlier.
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Picture no: s0013531.ti f
Picture n o: s0013532.tif
Picture no: s0013533.tif
Front reading l ights
1. Using a suitable sc rewdriver, pry light
lens away from roof lining.
Centre dome lig ht s
1. Using a suita ble screwdriver, pry light
lens awa y from roof lining.
Luggag e c ompart ment light s 3
1. Remov e lens from light assem bly using a
suitable sc rewdriver.
2. Remove bulb.
2. Remove bulb.
2. Install new bulb.
3. Install new bulb.
3. Install new b ulb.
3. Reinsta ll lens to light assembly.
4. Reinstall lig ht lens in roof lining.
4. Reinstall light lens in roof lining.
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I nstrum ent panel and gl ove comp artm ent
ill uminati on
We recommend ha ving bulb replacements
carried out by your Vauxhall Authorised
Repairer.
Picture no: s0013534.ti f
Centre high-m ounted stop lig ht
1. Open the tailgate.
2. Remove five screws from tailgate
applique a ssemb ly.
Picture n o: s0013535.tif
Front d oor lights
1. Using a suita ble screwdriver, pry light
lens awa y from front door trim .
2. Remove bulb.
3. Remove bulb holder.
3. Install new b ulb.
4. Remove bulb by p ulling bulb straight out
of b ulb holder.
4. Reinstall light lens.
5. Install new bulb into bulb holder.
6. Replace bulb holder into tailga te
applique a ssemb ly.
7. Replace five sc rews in tailgate applique
assem bly.
8. Close the ta ilg ate.
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If you have a problem
If you have a problem
In our experience, the m ost common cause
of all comp la ints is the result of
misundersta nding or la ck of
communication between the customer and
the Vauxhall Authorised Rep airer.
We sincerely hope you will nev er have
cause to c om plain about your vehicle.
However, if things do g o wrong, the b est
course of action for you to take is to
contact your Vauxhall Authorised
Repairer’s Service Rec eption Staff and
explain the d ifficulty y ou are having. We
are confident they will do their utmost to
resolve the problem to y our comp lete
satisfaction.
Sometimes, however, despite the b est of
intentions of all c oncerned,
misundersta ndings can occur. If your
problem has not been resolv ed to your
satisfaction, please mak e an app ointment
to discuss the matter with the Manager of
the d epartment concerned.
The m ajority of areas of concern c an be
quickly resolv ed in this way .
Should you wish to pursue the m atter
further, the Principal of the Va ux ha ll
Authorised Repairer should be mad e
aware of your concern. It is advisable in
cases such as this to write to him to confirm
your problem and the solutions that have
been offered.
You can be assured the Authorised
Repairer’s Principal w ill only be too anxious
to fully inv estigate y our prob lems and
correct any errors m ade. After a ll, he has a
large investm ent in his business and is
proud of his reputation and
professionalism and fully realises that
satisfied c ustomers are his k ey to success.
In the unlikely ev ent that you are still not
ha ppy with the answer your Vauxhall
Authorised Repairer has given, or the
action he prop oses to correct the problem,
you may conta ct the C ustomer Care
Department 1) w here a team of Custom er
Care Consultants will spare no effort to
ensure your complete satisfa ction.
Va uxhall Motors Lt d.
Customer Ca re,
Griffin House,
Osborne Road,
LUTO N,
Beds., LU1 3YT
Telep hone: 0845 090 2044
They will review all the facts inv olved. Then
if it is felt som e further action can be taken,
the Vauxhall Authorised Repairer will be
advised according ly. In a ny case, your
contact will be acknowledg ed c onfirming
Vauxhall M otors’ position in the matter.
If you are not satisfied w ith the outc om e,
you can if you wish, seek ad vice from an
independ ent third party such as:
1)
Calls ma y be mo nito red and recorded fo r
tra in in g p urp oses.
Autom obile Association (A. A. )
Fanum House,
BASI NGSTO KE,
Hants., R G21 2EA
Royal Autom obile Cl ub (R.A.C .),
R.A. C. M otoring S ervices Ltd.,
89-91 Pall Mall, LO NDO N, S W1Y S45
The Customer Relations Dep artment,
Soc iet y of Mot or Manufact ur ers and
Trad ers Ltd. (S .M.M. T.),
Forbes House, H alkin Street,
LON DON , SW1X 7DS
C ustomer Complaints Service,
Sc ottish Motor Tra de Associ ation,
(S. M.T.A.),
3 Palmerston Place,
EDINBURGH, EH 12 5AQ
The National Conciliation Serv ice,
Retai l Motor I ndust ry Federation,
9 North Street,
RUGBY , C V21 2AB
I f you hav e a problem w hilst ab road:
The Serv ic e Departments of ADAM O PEL
Gmb H and General Motors branches
every where will provide information and
assistance:
In Luxem bourg please contact
the General Motors Service Depa rtm ent in
Antwerp – Belgium
Telephone 00 32-34 50 63 29
General Motors Austria GmbH
Groß-Enzersdorfer Str. 59
1220 Vienna – Austria
Tel. 00 43 1-2 88 77 444 or
00 43-1-2 88 77 0
If yo u have a problem
General Motors B elgium N .V.
Noorderla an 401 – Ha ven 500
2030 Antwerp – Bel gium
Telephone 00 32-34 50 63 29
General Motors S outheast Europe,
org. složka
O lb rachtov a 9
140 00 Pra gue – Czec h Rep ublic
Tel. 00 420-2 39 004 321
General Motors Denmark
Jaegersborg Alle 4
2920 Charlot tenl und – Denmark
Telephone 00 45-39 97 85 00
Vauxhall Motors Ltd.
Customer C are
Griffin H ouse, Osborne Road
Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 3YT – Eng land
Tel. 00 44-845 090 2044
General Motors Hellas S.A.
56 K ifisias Avenue & Delfon str.
Am arousion
151 25 Athens – Greece
Tel 00 30-1-6 80 65 01
General Motors Portugal
Q uinta da Fonte
Edific ío Fernão Magalhães, Piso 2
2780-190 Paço d’ Arcos – Portugal
Tel. 00 351- 21 440 75 00
General Motors Southeast Europe Ltd.
Szabad sag utc a 117
2040 Buda örs – Hungary
Tel. 00 36-23 446 100
General Motors Southeast Europe,
org. zlož ka
Apollo Business C entre
Mly nské Nivy 45
821 09 Bratislav a – S lovak ia
Tel. 00 421-2 58 275 543
General Motors India
Sixth Floor, Tow er A, Glob al Business Park
Mehrauli – Gurgaon Road
Gurgaon – 122 022, Harya na – I nd ia
Tel. 00 91-124 280 3333
General Motors Ireland Ltd .
Opel House, Unit 60, Heather Road
Sandyford, Dubli n 18 – I rel and
Tel. 00 353-1-216 10 00
General Motors Finland O y
Pajuniity ntie 5
00320 Helsink i – Finland
Tel. 00 358-9 817 101 47
General Motors Italia S rl
Piaz zale dell’Industria 40
00144 Rome – I taly
Tel. 00 39-06-5 46 51
General Motors France
1 – 9, avenue du Marais
Angle Q uai de Bezons
95101 Ar gent euil Cedex – Franc e
Tel. 00 33-1-34 26 30 51
General Motors Nederland B.V.
Lage Mosten 49 – 63
4822 N K Breda – Netherlands
Tel. 00 31-76-5 44 83 00
ADAM O PEL GmbH
Bahnhofsplatz 1
65423 Rüsselsheim – Germany
Tel. 00 49-61 42-77 50 00 or
00 49-61 42-7 70
General Motors Norge AS
Kjeller-Vest 6
2027 Kjeller – N or way
Tel. 00 47-23 50 01 04
General Motors Poland Sp. z o. o.
Dom aniewska 41
06-672 Warsaw – Poland
Tel. 00 48- 22-606 17 00
General Motors España S. L.
Paseo de la Castellana, 91
28046 Madrid – Sp ain
Tel. 00 34-902 25 00 25
General Motors Norden AB
Årsta ängvägen 17
100 73 Stock holm – S weden
Tel. 00 46-20 333 000
General Motors Suisse S.A.
S telzenstraße 4
8152 Glatt brugg – Swi tzerla nd
Tel. 00 41-44 828 28 80
General Motors Türkiy e Ltd. Sti.
K emalp asa yolu üzeri
35861 Torb ali / Izmi r – Turkey
Tel. 00 90-2 32-8 53-14 53
In Al bania, Bosnia -Her zegovi na ,
Bulga ria, C roatia , Estonia , La tvia ,
Lithuania , Macedonia , Romani a,
Serbi a-Monteneg ro and S lovenia
please contact the
General Motors Serv ice Department in
Budaörs – H ungary
Tel. 00 36-23 446 100
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Service plan, maintenance
Service plan,
maintenance
A note on safety .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Checking and topping up fluids ... .....
Engine oil . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Diesel fuel filter .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Coolant .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Brake fluid ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Clutch fluid 3 .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Wind screen wiper .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Wind screen wash system . ..... .... .... .....
Power steering fluid . ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Battery ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Protection of electronic com ponents
Vehicle storage .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
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In order to guarantee econom ical and safe
vehicle operation and to m ainta in the
value of y our v ehicle, it is of vital
importanc e that all maintenance work is
carried out at the proper intervals as
specified b y Vauxhall in the S ervice
Book let. Time or mileage / kilom etre
intervals - whichever is reached first determine when your vehicle is due for its
next S ervice.
In the case of low mileage accumulation
with frequent cold starts or p redominantly
urba n tra ffic a nd stop-and-go traffic, an
additiona l engine oil and filter change is
recommended.
Y ou will find the Service Booklet in the
literature pack.
Hav e serv ice w ork – and repair work to
body and equipment – carried out b y
professionals, in ac cord anc e with Vauxhall
Motors' recommendations, using Genuine
Vauxhall Parts and Accessories. We
recommend that y ou consult y our Vauxhall
Authorised Repa irer who has ex cellent
knowledge of Vauxhall v ehicles, a nd has
the special tools and the latest Vauxhall
S ervice Instructions.
It is pa rticularly advisable to use a
Vauxhall Authorised Repairer during the
warranty period, to avoid loss of wa rranty
claims. See Service Booklet for ad ditional
inform ation.
Sepa rate anti- c orrosion insp ec tion
Hav e this inspection performed regularly,
either within the scope of a Service or
sepa ra tely, see Servic e Booklet. We
recommend that y ou consult y our Vauxhall
Authorised Repa irer in order to avoid loss
of warranty claims for repair.
Service plan, mainten ance
Nev er ca rry out any repairs or a djustment
and maintenance work on the vehicle
yourself. This especially applies to the
engine, chassis and safety parts. You m ay,
out of ignoranc e, infringe the prov isions of
the law a nd , by not performing the w ork
prop erly, you may endanger yourself and
other road users.
Checking and topping up fluids
Pict ure no: s11814.t if
A note on safety
To avoid the possibility of injury, only ca rry
out engine compartment checks (e. g.
check ing the b ra ke fluid level or the eng ine
oil lev el) when the ignition is switched off.
9 Warning
The cooling fan may be op erated by a
thermoswitch a nd can therefore sta rt to
op erate unexpectedly ev en when the
ig nition is sw itched off. Risk of injury .
Elec tronic ignition system s generate very
high v oltag es. Do not touch the ignition
system ; high voltage can be fatal.
To aid identification, the engine oil filler
cap, the coolant ex pansion tank cap , the
lid of the fluid container for the windscreen
wash system and the ha nd le of the oil
gauge (dip stick) m ay be coloured yellow.
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Engine o il
Information on engine oils is availab le in
the Serv ice Booklet.
Engine oil level and consum ption
It is normal for every engine to consume
some oil, and it is som etimes necessary to
check and top up the eng ine oil lev el
between oil changes.
9 Warnin g
Do not allow the engine oil level to d rop
below the minimum level.
For this reason, the engine oil level should
be chec ked every 300 miles (500 km) or
before starting a long trip.
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Service plan, maintenance
Picture no: s0013657.ti f
The illustra tions show checking and
rep lenishing the oil in the Z 24 XE petrol
and Z 20 DMH d iesel engines respectiv ely.
To check the level, rem ov e the dipstick
from the dipstick tub e, wipe it clean and
re-insert it as far a s it w ill go. After p ulling
the d ipstick out a gain, chec k the oil level
ensuring it is betw een the low er and upper
(or MIN and MAX) ma rk s.
Picture n o: s0013658.tif
Engine oil l ev el chec k and topping up
The oil lev el m ust be check ed with the
vehicle horizontal and with the engine
(w hich m ust be at operating temp erature)
switched off. Wait a few minutes before
checking the level to allow the norm al oil
accumulation in the engine to drain back
into the oil pan.
Top up if the oil level ha s d ropp ed to the
"add oil" lower m ark or MIN mark.
The oil lev el m ust not go abov e the upper
(or M AX) m ark on the dipstick. This w ould
lead, for exa mple, to increased oil
consumption, excessive forma tion of
carbon residue and a possible risk of
damage to the catalytic converter or
engine.
Picture no: s0013660.tif
When replenishing, attempt to use the
same type of oil as used at the last oil
change.
C apacities - see pa ge 208.
A stabilization of the oil consum ption will
not take place until the vehicle has been
driven several thousand miles. Only then
can the actual degree of consumption be
established.
If consum ption exceeds more than 0.5 litre
every 600 miles (1000 km ) after this
running-in period, consult a workshop.
9 Warnin g
Important: It is the owner’s responsibility
to maintain the correc t level of an
appropriate qua lity oil in the engine.
Service plan, mainten ance
9 Warning
Used engine oil filters and empty oil
containers should not be disposed of as
domestic refuse. We recommend that
you entrust oil and oil filter c hanges to a
Vauxhall Authorised R epairer, who is
familiar with legal requirements
reg arding disposal of used oil and can
thus help to protect b oth the environm ent
and y our health.
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O il change, oil filter change
Engine oil changes are to be carried out
depending on time intervals or mileage
intervals, since oil loses its lubrication
properties not only through engine
opera tion but also through ageing.
We recommend that you use genuine
Vauxhall oil filters.
Engine oil is a danger to health; a void
prolonged contact with skin a nd wash
exposed a reas thoroughly.
Remember to reset the engine oil life
monitor 3 whenever the engine oil is
cha ng ed - see next column.
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Engine oil life monit or 3
The engine oil life monitor lets you know
when to chang e the oil. Based on driv ing
conditions, the mileage at which an oil
change will be indicated can vary
consid erably .
For the sy stem to work properly, it must be
reset every time the oil is changed. Consult
a work shop.
When the system has calculated that oil life
has been diminished, c ontrol indicator C
illuminates in the instrum ent cluster see page 25. Engine power may b e
decreased. C hange oil immediately.
It is the owner’s responsibility to maintain
the correct level of a n appropriate q uality
oil in the engine.
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Service plan, maintenance
Check d iesel fuel filter at shorter intervals if
the vehicle is sub jected to ex treme
op erating c onditions such as high humidity
(p rim arily in coastal areas), ex tremely hig h
or low outside temp eratures and
substantia lly vary ing daytime and
night-time tem peratures.
If water in diesel fuel control indicator 6
illuminates in the instrument cluster, drain
the water immediately - see page 25.
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Diesel fuel filter
Drain diesel fuel filter of residual w ater at
every engine oil cha nge.
Place a container underneath the filter
housing. Turn drain plug, loca ted on the
left of the filter housing, a nticlockwise
using a suitable screwd riv er to drain off the
water.
The d iesel fuel filter is drained as soon as
diesel emerges from the port. Retighten the
drain plug by turning it clockwise.
With engine switched off, turn ignition key
to O N, wa it approx. 5 seconds, and turn
key to LOC K to perform priming op eration.
Perform this operation 3 times or m ore
while the engine is switc hed off, to av oid air
entering the fuel line.
Coolant
During operation, the sy stem is
pressurized. The temperature may
therefore rise to over 100 °C .
The anti-freeze provides excellent
corrosion protection for the cooling a nd
hea ting sy stem, as well as freeze
protec tion down to -28 °C .
C ertain types of anti-freeze can lead to
eng ine dam age. We therefore strongly
recommend the use of anti-freeze tha t has
been ap prov ed by Vauxhall.
9 Warnin g
Anti-freeze is a danger to health; it must
therefore be kept in the original container
and out of the reach of children.
Service plan, mainten ance
Anti-fr eeze a nd corrosion protect ion
Before the start of the cold weather season,
have the coolant checked by a workshop
for correct concentration. The amount of
anti-freez e m ust provide protection down
to approx. –28 °C. If the anti-freeze
concentration is too low, this reduces
protection from freezing and c orrosion.
Top up anti-freeze if necessary.
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9 Warnin g
Allow engine to cool down before
removing c oolant filler cap. I f steam is
visib le, m ove away from the vehicle until
the eng ine is cool.
Remov e filler cap carefully so that
pressure can escap e slowly, otherw ise
there is a risk of scalding.
If coolant loss is topped up with
demineralised w ater, hav e a nti-freeze
concentration checked a nd more
anti-freez e ad ded as necessary.
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Coolant lev el
Hardly a ny losses occur since the cooling
sy stem is sealed and it is thus rarely
necessary to top up the coolant.
The coolant lev el in the exp ansion tank
should be betw een the MIN and MA X
marks when the sy stem is cold. It rises at
engine operating tem perature and drops
again when the engine cools down.
If the level fa lls below the MIN mark, the
coolant m ust be rep lenished.
Top up w ith a mix of 56% demineralised
water a nd 44% anti-freez e specified for use
with y our v ehicle.
Do not use tap water, alcohol or methanol
anti-freeze to top up coolant level.
In extrem ely cold conditions, use a mix of
50% anti-freeze specified for use with your
vehicle a nd 50% demineralised water.
After topping up, have the anti-freeze
concentration check ed and anti-freeze
add ed if necessa ry . Elimina te the cause of
the coola nt loss. Consult a workshop.
When closing , tighten coolant filler ca p as
far as it will go.
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Service plan, maintenance
Coola nt temperat ure
Control indicator W illuminates when
coolant temp erature is too high. C heck
coolant lev el:
The fluid lev el in the container must not be
higher than the MAX mark or low er than
the MIN mark.
Do not overfill the brake fluid reservoir a s
this may cause an eng ine fire d ue to fluid
burning ; risk of injury and dam age to the
vehicle.
z Coolant level low:
Top up coolant. Pay a ttention to the
instruc tions given under "Anti-freeze and
corrosion protection" a nd "C oolant level"
on the previous page. Hav e the cause of
coolant loss remedied by a workshop.
z Coolant level O K:
Have the cause of increased coolant
temperature remedied by a workshop.
Use of some brake fluids could cause
dam age or impair brak ing effectiveness.
S ta y well informed. We recom mend that
y ou use Vauxhall-approved high
performa nc e brak e fluid.
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Brake fluid
Brake fluid lev el
9 Warning
C aution - b ra ke fluid is poisonous and
corrosive. Do not allow it to c ontact eyes,
skin, fabrics or painted surfaces. Direct
contact ma y cause injuries and da mage.
Extrem e cleanliness is important, since
brak e fluid contamination can lea d to
brak e system malfunctions.
If bra ke fluid level is too low, bra ke system
control ind icator 4 illuminates in the
instrument cluster - see page 22.
After c orrecting the brak e fluid level, have
the cause of the loss remedied by a
workshop.
Service plan, mainten ance
Brak e fluid chang e
As brake fluid is hy groscopic, it absorb s
water. Vapour bubbles which impa ir the
braking effect m ay occur during brak ing.
Win dscreen wiper
C lear v ision is essential for safe driving.
Perform regular check s on the wiper to
ensure it is operating correctly. We
recommend wiper b lade replacement a t
least once a y ear.
The fluid change intervals specified in the
Service Booklet m ust therefore be
observed.
If the windsc reen is dirty, operate the
windscreen wash sy stem before switching
on the wiper or setting the wiper to
automatic op eration with the rain sensor 3.
This will avoid wip er blad e wear.
9 Warning
We recommend that y ou have brake fluid
cha nged by a Vauxhall Authorised
Repairer, who will be familiar with the
requirements of the law as regards
disposal of brake fluid and can thus help
to protect the environment and your
health.
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Picture no:
Clutch fluid 3
The clutch fluid does not require any
additiona l ma intena nce than that detailed
in the Service Booklet.
If the fluid in the reservoir falls below the
MIN mark, consult a workshop .
Do not switch on the windscreen wiper if
the wind screen is dry or ob structed (e.g.
with snow or ice) a s this c ould da mage the
glass, the w iper bla des, or the wiper
system.
If the wiper bec om es frozen on to the glass,
we recomm end that it be released with the
aid of Vauxhall De-icer S pray before
starting the vehicle, to p revent wiper m otor
dam age.
S mearing wiper blades c an be cleaned with
a soft cloth and Vauxhall Wind screen
Wash Solvent.
Wiper blades whose lips have become
hardened, crack ed or covered with silicone
must be replac ed. This may be necessary
as a result of the effects of ic e, thawing salt
or hea t, or the incorrect use of cleaning
agents.
S witc h off the wiper in car washes –
see pages 14 and 195.
Wiper care – see pa ge 196.
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Service plan, maintenance
Picture no: 17498T.tif
To ensure proper operation of the ra in
sensor 3, the sensor a rea must be free from
dust, dirt and ice, w hich is why the
windscreen wash system m ust be operated
at regular intervals and the sensor area
de-iced. Vehicles with the rain sensor can
be identified by the sensor a rea near the
top of the wind screen.
Picture no: s11826.tif
Rep lacing windscreen wiper
Lift w iper arm, press and hold retaining clip
and deta ch wiper blade.
Picture no: s0013650.tif
Win dscreen wash system
Do not spray wash fluid onto windscreen in
freezing wea ther, to avoid ice forming and
impa iring vision.
The filler opening of the fluid container for
the wind screen wash system is located on
the front right-hand side - as seen from the
front of the engine compartment.
Fill only with commercially availab le ready to-use windscreen wash fluid. Do not use
tap water as m inerals will ca use clogging in
the sy stem.
Service plan, mainten ance
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In cold w eather, do not fill the reservoir
more tha n three-quarters full, to allow
enough room for expansion if the fluid
freezes and to prevent damag e to the
reserv oir.
In freezing conditions, use windscreen
wash fluid with sufficient anti-freezing
properties. Do not use coolant anti-freeze
or tap water, to avoid freezing the solution
and da maging the wind screen wash
system.
When closing the container, p ress the lid
down firmly all the way round .
If the fluid in the windscreen wash fluid
reserv oir is too low, control indicator G
illuminates in the instrument cluster see page 25. Top up wa sh fluid as soon as
possible.
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Power steering fluid
Battery
The power steering fluid does not require
any additional ma intena nce than that
detailed in the S ervice Booklet.
The battery is m aintenance-free.
If the fluid in the reservoir falls below the
MIN mark, consult a workshop .
9 Warnin g
We recom mend that you have battery
chang es carried out by a Vauxhall
Authorised Repairer w ho k nows the laws
conc erning the disposa l of used b atteries
and therefore protects the environm ent
and your health.
Retro-fitted electrical or electronic
acc essories can p lace an additional load
on the battery or discharge the b attery.
C onsult a workshop . We recommend a
Vauxhall Authorised Repairer, as reg ards
technical possibilities, suc h as fitting a
more powerful battery.
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Service plan, maintenance
Laying up the vehicle for more than
6 weeks can lead to ba ttery d ischarge,
which may reduce the service life of the
battery. Disconnect battery from on-board
power supply by detaching negative
term inal (Vauxhall alarm sy stem is then
disabled ).
Ensure that ignition is switched off before
connecting the battery. Then perform the
follow ing actions:
z Set date a nd time in the inform ation
display - see pages 33, 38.
z If necessary, activate the electric
wind ows and sunroof - see pages 94, 95.
In order to prev ent the b attery from
discharging , som e c onsumers suc h as the
courtesy lights autom atically switch off
after a dela y.
9 Warning
Ensure a dequate ventilation when
charging the battery. There is a risk of
explosion if ga ses g enerated during
charging are allowed to accumulate.
Battery acid is p oisonous and corrosiv e.
Do not allow it to contact eyes, sk in,
fabrics or painted surfaces. Direct
contact ma y cause injuries and da mage.
Avoid d ealing with the battery near
naked flames and anything that would
generate spa rk s. No smoking.
Charge a disconnected battery every six
weeks.
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Protection o f electronic
com ponents
In order to avoid the brea kdown of
electronic components within the electrical
system, never disconnect the b attery w ith
the engine running. Nev er start the engine
while the battery is disconnected (e.g.
when using jump leads).
To av oid damaging the vehic le, d o not
ma ke a ny modifications to the electrical
system, e. g. connecting ad ditional
consum ers or tampering with electronic
control units (chip tuning).
9 Warnin g
Electronic ignition system s generate very
hig h voltages. Do not touch the ignition
sy stem; high voltage can b e fatal.
Service plan, mainten ance
Disconnecting / connecting the b attery
from / t o the electr ical syst em
Disconnect the ba ttery from the vehicle
electrical system before cha rg ing:
First detach the negative and then the
positiv e lead.
Do not rev erse the polarity of the b attery,
i.e. do not confuse the terminals for the
positiv e and negative lea ds. When
connecting, start with the positiv e lead and
then connect the nega tiv e lead.
Veh icle storage
If your vehicle is to be stored for long
periods without use, we recomm end y ou
consult your Vaux hall Authorised Repairer
for a dvice.
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194
Veh icle c are
Vehicle care
Vehicle care a ids 3.. ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Washing .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Waxing .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Polishing .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Wheels ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Paintwork dama ge.. ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Ex terior lights .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Plastic and rubber parts .. ..... .... .... .....
Wheels and tyres . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Interior and upholstery . .... ..... .... .... .....
Seat belts. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Wind ow s.. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Wind screen wiper blades. ..... .... .... .....
Loc ks... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Engine compartment.... .... ..... .... .... .....
Underb od y .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Consult a Vauxhall Authorised Rep airer
with regard to care a id s tested and
recommended by Vauxhall.
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195
195
195
195
195
195
196
196
196
196
196
196
196
197
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In caring for your vehicle, observ e all
na tional environm ental reg ulations,
particula rly when wa shing your vehicle.
Regular, thorough care contributes to
improving the a ppearance of your vehicle
and maintaining its value. It is also a
prereq uisite for cla im s made und er the
warranty in the event of paint or corrosion
damage.
In the following pages, we giv e you tips for
vehicle care which, with correct use, will
help to ward off unavoidable and harmful
environmental influences.
Vehicle care aids
3
Vehicle wash:
z Car S ha mpoo
z Car S pong es
z Chamois Leather
z Wheel C leaners
z Engine Cleaners
z Glass C leaners
Exterior care:
z Touch-up Applicator
z Spray and Touch-up Pa int
z Metallic Paintwork Wax
z Car Polishes / C olour Restorers
z Car Wax es / Sea lers
z Alloy Wheel Cleaner
z Alloy Wheel Preserver
z Rust Preventative
z Lubricant S prays
z De-icer Spray s
z Insect Remover
z Window Cleaning S pray
z Windscreen Wash S olv ent
Interior ca re:
z Interior / Upholstery Cleaner
Vehicle care
Washin g
The paintwork of your v ehicle is exposed to
env ironmenta l influences, e. g. continuous
changes in weather conditions, ind ustrial
waste gases and dust or tha wing sa lts, so
wash and wax your v ehicle regularly. When
using a utoma tic car washes, select a
programme which includes wax ing.
Also wash aluminium trim parts, av oiding
the use of abrasive materials such as
autom otive or chrome polish, steam or
caustic soap. Washing with water is
normally sufficient.
Observ e national regulations.
Waxing
Bird droppings, dead insects, resin, pollen
and the like should be cleaned off
immediately , as they contain aggressive
constituents which can cause paint
dam age.
Wax your vehicle regularly, in pa rticular
after it has been washed using C ar
Shampoo and at the latest when water no
longer forms bead s on the paintwork ,
otherwise the p aintwork will dry out.
If using a car w ash, comply w ith the
pertinent instructions of the ca r wash
manufacturer. The windsc reen w iper and
rea r window wiper must be switched off –
see page 14. Rem ov e d etachable rod
antenna by unscrewing it.
Also wax aluminium trim parts, ed ges and
folds on op ened d oors and flaps as well a s
the areas they cov er.
Do not use high-pressure jet cleaners.
If y ou w ash y our v ehicle by hand, make
sure that the insides of the wing s a re also
thoroughly rinsed out. Do not use
household dishwashing liquid to avoid
rem ov ing wax from the paintwork.
Clean edges and folds on opened doors
and flaps as well as the areas they cover.
Thoroughly rinse off and leather-off the
vehic le. R inse leather frequently. Use
separate lea thers for pa int a nd window
surfaces: remnants of wa x on the windows
will impa ir vision.
Polishing
Polishing is necessa ry only if the paint
ha s b ecome dull or if solid deposits ha ve
become attached to it.
Pa intwork polish with silic one form s
a protective film, making wax ing
unnec essary .
Plastic body parts should not be treated
with wax a nd polish.
Use Metallic Paintw ork Wa x on vehic les
with a metallic-effect paint finish.
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Wheels
Use a pH-neutral w heel c leaning agent to
clean the wheels.
Avoid using abrasive materials and
brushes tha t can dama ge the finish.
Wheels a re painted and ca n be treated
with the same ag ents as the body. For alloy
wheels we recomm end use of Alloy Wheel
Preserv er.
Paintwork damage
Repair small areas of paint damage such
as stone impac ts, scratches etc.
imm ediately using a Vauxhall Touc h-up
Applicator or Vauxhall S p ra y and
Touch-up Paint before rust can form.
If rust ha s already formed, have the c ause
remedied by a workshop. Please also pay
attention to surfac es and edges beneath
the vehicle where rust m ay have formed
unnoticed for some tim e.
Exterior lights
Headlight and other protectiv e light bezels
are made of plastic. If they require
add itional cleaning after the vehicle has
been wa shed , clean them w ith
C ar Shampoo. Do not use any abrasive or
caustic agents, do not use an ice scraper,
and d o not clean them dry.
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Veh icle c are
Plastic and ru bber parts
For additiona l cleaning of plastic and
rubber parts, use a cleaner suitable for
vehic le interiors. Do not use any other
agent, and in particular d o not use solvents
or petrol.
If the front seats are equipped with side
airbags 3, do not use chem ical solvents or
strong detergents on the seat covers.
Wheels and tyres
Do not saturate the seat c ov ers with
Interior / Upholstery Cleaner to av oid
contam inating the airbag system ,
otherwise the side airbags 3 may not
trigg er in the event of a collision.
Do not use high-pressure jet cleaners on
wheels and tyres.
Seat belts
Interior and upholstery
Clean the v ehicle interior regularly,
including the instrum ent panel facia, using
Interior / Upholstery C leaner.
Clean fabric upholstery with a vacuum
cleaner and brush. To remove stains, use a
cleaner that is suita ble for both fab ric s and
vinyl.
Do not use cleaning agents such a s
acetone, carb on tetrachloride, pa int
thinner, paint remover, nail varnish
rem ov er, washing powd er or bleach to
clean fabrics, carpets, the instrument panel
or lea ther trim 3 in the vehic le interior.
Benz ine, petrol, naphtha, ena mel reducers
and lacq uer thinners a re also unsuitable.
Avoid over-ex posure to vapours from
cleaning agents and other chemicals when
cleaning. Whenever possible, avoid using
suc h clea ning agents in sm all, unventilated
spaces to av oid inha la tion of da ngerous
vap ours. O pen the doors.
Win dscreen wiper blades
Wax, such as that used in car w ashes, can
cause strea ks to form on the windscreen
when the wiper is used.
S mearing wiper blades c an be cleaned with
a soft cloth and Vauxhall Wind screen
Wash Solvent, and rep la ced if necessary –
see page 189. Do not use abrasiv e
cleaners.
Alw ays keep seat belts clean and dry.
Locks
Clea n only with luk ewarm water or
Interior / Upholstery Cleaner.
The lock s are lub ric ated with a high-grade
lock cylinder grease at the factory.
Vauxhall lock cy linder grease prevents the
locks from freezing up.
Periodically check the seat belts a nd
replace immediately with new seat belts if
damage or wea kening of the seat belts has
oc curred.
Windo ws
When cleaning the heated rear w indow,
make sure that the hea ting element on the
inside of the window is not dama ged.
Nev er plac e stickers on the inside of the
rear window.
Use a soft, lint-free cloth or chamois lea ther
in conjunction with Window Cleaning Spray
and Insect Remover. Do not use sha rp
instruments or abrasive cleaners.
Vauxhall Windscreen Wash Solvent is
suitable for de-icing windows.
For mechanical rem oval of ice, use a
commerc ia lly availab le sharp-edg ed ice
scraper. Press the ice scraper firmly against
the glass so that no dirt c an get under it
and scra tch the glass.
O nly use a de-icing ag ent in em ergenc ies,
as they have a degreasing effect and w ill
impa ir the function of the locks. After using
a de-ic ing agent, have the locks regreased.
We recommend that you entrust this to
y our Vauxhall Authorised Repairer.
Vehicle care
Engine co mpartment
Underbody
Areas of the engine compartment that are
painted in the same colour as the vehic le
must be looked after lik e any other p ainted
surface.
Your vehicle has a factory-app lied PVC
undercoating in the wheel arches
(including the longitudinal mem bers) which
prov ides permanent protec tion and needs
no special maintenance. The surfaces of
the vehicle underbody not covered by PVC
are provided with a durable p rotective wax
coating in critic al areas.
It is adv isable to wash the engine
compartment before and after winter and
preserve it with wax. Cover alternator and
brake fluid reserv oir with plastic sheets
before washing the eng ine.
When washing the engine with a steam-jet
cleaner, do not d irect the steam-jet a t
components of the Anti-lock Brake System
(ABS), the air conditioning system or the
belt drive and its components.
Protective wax tha t has been applied is
also remov ed d uring the engine wash. For
this reason, have the engine, brake system
components in the engine com partment,
axle components with steering, body parts
and ca vities thoroughly p reserved with
protective wax after the wash. We
recom mend tha t you consult your Vauxhall
Authorised Repairer.
An engine wash can be performed in the
spring in ord er to remove dirt that has
adhered to the engine compartment,
which may also ha ve a high sa lt content.
Check p rotective wax layer and make good
if necessary.
On vehicles which are washed freq uently
in automa tic car washes with underbody
washing facility, the protective wax
coating may b e impaired by d irt-dissolv ing
additives, so check the underbody after
washing and ha ve it waxed if necessary .
Before the start of the cold weather season,
check the PVC c oa ting a nd protective wax
coating and, if necessary , have them
restored to perfect condition.
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C aution – commercially a vailable bitumen /
rubber materials can damage the PVC
coating. We recom mend that y ou ha ve
underbody work carried out by a Vauxhall
Authorised Repa irer, who knows the
prescribed materials and has experience in
the use thereof.
The underbody should be washed
following the end of the cold weather
season to remov e any dirt adhering to the
underbody since this may also contain salt.
C heck p rotective wax c oa ting and , if
nec essary , have it restored to perfec t
condition.
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Tec hnic al data
Technical data
Vehicle docum ents, identification
plate. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Coolant, b ra ke fluid, oils .. ..... .... .... .....
Engine data. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Performance.... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Fuel consump tion, CO 2 emissions .....
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199
200
201
202
204
206
208
208
209
Weights, pay loa d and roof load .. .....
Tyres ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Electrical system .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Ca pacities ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Dimensions.. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .....
Mounting dimensions of carav an /
tra iler towing equip ment .... .... .... ..... 210
Veh icle documents,
identification plate
The tec hnical d ata is determined in
accordance with European C ommunity
standards. We reserve the right to make
modifications. S pecifications in the vehic le
docum ents alwa ys have priority ov er those
given in this manual.
The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN ) is
on the vehicle identification plate,
attached to the top of the front panel
support, v isible when the bonnet is open.
Picture no: 17322T.tif
Information on identification plate1 ):
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Manufac turer
Type approval number
Vehic le Id entific ation N umber
Permissible Gross Vehicle Weight
Permissible Gross Train Weight
Maximum permissib le front axle load
Maximum permissib le rear axle load
Vehic le-specific or country-specific da ta
1)
The VIN p la te o n your vehicle m ay differ fro m
the illustra tion sh own .
The vehic le identification plate may also
list, in k ilogram s, the Gross Vehicle Weight
(GVW), the Gross Train Weig ht (GTW) and
the max imum front and rear axle loads
respectively. Observ e these limits when
using the full load or towing capacity of
your vehicle.
Technical data
Coo lant, brake fluid, oils
When top ping up:
z C oolant,
z Brake fluid,
z Manual transmission fluid,
z Automatic transm ission fluid,
z Power steering fluid.
We rec om mend that you consult your
Vauxhall Authorised Repairer, w ho c an
advise y ou on the correct p roducts to use.
Use of unsuitable fluids could cause severe
damage to the vehicle.
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The Vehicle Identification Numb er is also
engrav ed on the top rig ht-hand sid e of the
bulkhead near the centre of the eng ine
firewall.
Engine identifier code a nd engine number:
stamped on the cy linder block under the
engine’s ex haust manifold (Z 24 XE petrol
engine), or the intak e manifold (Z 20 DMH
diesel engine).
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Engine oils
Information on engine oils is availab le in
the Serv ice Booklet.
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Tec hnic al data
Engine data
Sales designation
Eng ine identifier code
2.4 Petrol
Z 24 XE
2.0 Diesel
Z 20 DM H
Numb er of cylinders
4
4
Bore dia. (mm )
87.5
83. 0
Stroke (mm)
100.0
92. 0
Piston displacement (cm 3)
2405
1991
Max . engine power (kW)
at rpm
103
5200
110
4000
Torque (Nm )
at rpm
220
2200
320
2000
Com pression ratio
9.6
17. 5
Fuel type
Petrol
Diesel
-
49 (D) 1 )
91 3)4 )
95 2)
_
_
Cetane requirement (CN)
O ctane requirement
unleaded
or unleaded
(RO N) 2 )
Max . permissible engine speed,
continuous operation (rpm) approx. 6200
4750 5)/45006 )
O il consumption (l/1000 km)
0.6
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
0.6
Stan da rd high-q uality fuels : D = D ies el.
Stan da rd high-q uality fuels , e.g . unlea ded DIN EN 228; value p rinted in b old: reco mmend ed fuel
Kn ock contro l s ys tem a utoma tically a d jus ts ig nition tim ing a ccording to typ e o f fuel used (octa ne nu mber).
Use of 91 RON fuel red uces pow er a nd torque. If no unlea ded Prem iu m fu el is ava ila ble, 91 RON ca n be used ta kin g care to a void high en gine load
or full loa d a s w ell as for driving in mou nta inous terra in with a caravan / trailer loa d o r hig h pa ylo ad .
Man ual tra nsmission .
Auto ma tic trans mission.
Technical data
Performance
(approx. mph/k m/h)
Eng ine 1 )
speed2)
Max imum
Manual tra nsmission
Automatic transmission
1)
2)
Z 24 XE
Z 20 DMH
109/175
_
112/180
111/178
Sa les desig nation - see pa ge 200 .
The ma xim um s peed ind ica ted is achieva ble a t kerb weig ht (with out driver) p lu s 200 kg p ayloa d. Optiona l eq uipm ent cou ld red uce th e s pecified
maximu m sp eed of th e vehicle.
201
202
Tec hnic al data
Fuel consumption,
CO 2 emissions
Directive 80/1268/EEC (last c hanged
by 1999/100/EC) has applied for the
measurement of fuel consumption
since 1996.
The direc tiv e is oriented to actual driving
practices: Urba n driving is rated at
approx. 1/ 3 and extra-urban driving with
approx. 2/ 3 (urban and extra-urban
consumption). C old sta rts a nd acceleration
phases are also taken into considera tion.
The specification of CO 2 emission is also a
constituent of the directive.
The figures given m ust not be taken as a
guarantee for the actual fuel consumption
of a p artic ular vehicle.
All va lues are b ased on the EU ba se
model with standard equip ment.
The calculation of fuel consumption as
spec ified by directive 1999/100/EC takes
acc ount of the v ehicle’ s kerbweight,
ascertained in accordance with these
regula tions. O ptional extras ma y result
in slightly higher fuel c onsumption
and C O 2 emission lev els than those
quoted .
To convert l/100 k m into mpg, divide 282
by num ber of litres/100 km.
S aving fuel, p rotecting the environm ent –
see page 125.
Technical data
Fuel consumption
(approx. l/100 km ) , CO2 emission (approx. g /km )
Eng ine 1 )
Z 24 XE
Z 20 DM H
Manual transm ission/Autom atic transmission
urban
extra-urban
total
CO 2
13.3/_
7.3/ _
9.6/ _
229/_
8.9/11. 5
6.8/ 6.8
7.5/ 8.6
198/238
1)
Sa les desig nation – see pa ge 20 0.
203
204
Tec hnic al data
Weights, payload and roof load
The p ayload is the difference between the
permissible Gross Vehicle Weight (see
identification plate on p ages 198) and the
EC kerbweig ht.
To calculate the EC k erbweight, enter the
data from your vehicle below :
z Kerb weight from
Ta ble 1,
page 204
+ .. .... ..... .. k g
z Weight of heavy
accessories
+ .. .... ..... .. k g
The total
= .. .... ..... .. k g
is the EC k erbweight.
O ptional equipment and accessories
increase the k erbweight and in some cases
also the permissible Gross Vehicle Weight,
which means that the payload will also
change slightly.
Note the weights given on the vehicle
identification plate.
The combined total of front a nd rear ax le
loa ds must not exceed the perm issible
Gross Vehicle Weight. For exam ple, if the
front ax le load is being fully utilized, the
rear axle c an only bear a load that is eq ual
to the Gross Vehic le Weight m inus the front
axle load.
Roof loa d
The maximum permissible roof load
is 100 kg.
See the vehicle identification plate on
pages 198 or the vehic le documents for
permissib le ax le loads.
Roof racks, c aravan and trailer towing see page 153.
The roof load is the c om bined weight of the
roof rack a nd the load.
Driving hints – page 122.
Technical data
Weights (k g), Table 1, Kerbweights,
Model
Engine 1)
Ker bweight2 )3)
Ma nua l transmi ssion
Kerbweig ht3)
A ut omati c transmi ssion
E, S
Z 24 XE4 )
1805
-
Z 20 DMH
1845
1865
Z 20 DMH
1845
1865
SE
1)
2)
3)
4)
Sa les desig nation - see pa ge 200 .
The Gross T ra in Weig ht (GT W), alon g with th e Gro ss Vehicle Weight (G VW) are sho wn on the VIN pla te - see pa ge 198 .
With driver (75 kg ) a nd a ll fluid s (ta nk 90% full).
Anta ra E mo dels on ly.
205
206
Tec hnic al data
Tyres
Tyre ch ains
Wheels
Restricti ons
Not a ll tyres ava ila ble on the market
currently meet the structural requirem ents.
We recommend that you consult a
Vauxhall Authorised Repairer concerning
suitab le tyre mak es.
Restri ctions
We recommend the use of Vauxhall-tested
fine-mesh tyre chains that a dd no more
than 15 mm to the tyre trea d and the
inboard sides (including chain lock).
Wheel bolt tightening torque: 125 Nm.
These ty res have und ergone special tests
to establish their reliab ility , safety and
specific suitability for Vaux hall vehicles.
Despite continuous ma rk et monitoring, we
are unab le to assess these attributes for
other tyres, ev en if they hav e been g ra nted
approva l by the relevant authorities or in
som e other form.
Further information - see page 148.
Winter tyres 3
Tyres of size 235/55 R 18 are not to be used
as winter tyres. Tyres of size 215/70 R 16 or
235/60 R 17 may be used as winter ty res.
If winter tyres are in use, the spa re wheel
may still be fitted with a summer tyre. Use
of the spare wheel may alter vehicle
handling . O btain a replacem ent for the
faulty tyre as soon a s possib le, and have
the w heel balanced and fitted to the
vehic le.
Further information - see page 151.
Ty re c hains are perm itted only on tyres of
size 215/70 R 16. We recommend you
consult your Vaux hall Authorised Rep airer.
Further inform ation - see page 152.
Depending on the model variant, the sp are
wheel m ay take the form of a tem porary
spare wheel: vehic le driveability m ay b e
altered by use of the spare wheel. Obtain a
replacem ent for the faulty ty re as soon as
possible, and ha ve the wheel balanced
and fitted to the v ehicle.
The spare wheel ma y also have a smaller
tyre and a sm aller rim than the wheels
mounted on the vehic le: U sing the spa re
wheel may alter vehicle ha nd ling. Hav e the
defective ty re replaced as soon as possib le,
bala nce the wheel and have it m ounted on
the vehicle.
Technical data
Tyre inflation pressures in
bar / psi 1)
The ty re pressures given are valid for cold
tyres. The increased tyre p ressure resulting
from extensive driving must not be
red uced.
Tyre p ressure for load
of up t o 3 p ersons
Tyre pressure for full loa d
and /or c arav an / trailer
tow ing
Engine1 )
Tyres
Front
Rear
Front
Rear
The ty re pressures specified on the
follow ing page apply to both sum mer a nd
winter ty res.
Z 24 XE,
Z 20 DMH
215/70 R 16,
235/60 R 17,
235/55 R 18
2.1/30
2.1/30
2.3/33
2.4/35
Always inflate the spare w heel to the tyre
pressure for full loa d - see table on the
follow ing page.
all
T 155/90 R 16
(temporary
spare)2 )
4.1/60
4.1/60
4.1/60
4.1/60
Further information - see pages 148 to 152.
1)
1 ba r corresp ond s to 100 kPa / 14.5 p si.
1)
2)
207
Sales d esigna tion - see p ag e 200.
For notes on the temp orary spa re w heel - see p ag e 167.
208
Tec hnic al data
Electrical system
Eng ine 1 )
Z 24 XE
Z 20 DM H
Voltage
12 V
12 V
Amp hours
60 Ah
90 Ah
CR 2032 or equivalent
C R 2032 or equivalent
Eng ine 1 )
Z 24 XE
Z 20 DM H
Engine coolant
9.0
9.0
Fuel tank
65
65
Engine oil with filter change
4.5
6.2
Engine oil betw een MIN a nd MAX on dipstick
1.0
1.0
Wash fluid reservoir for windscreen, headlight
and tailgate wash system
6.0
6.0
Battery
Battery for remote control
1)
Sa les desig nation - see pa ge 200
Capacities
(approx. in litres)
1)
Sa les desig nation - see pa ge 200
Technical data
Dimensions
(approx. mm)
O verall length
4576
Width
1850
O verall height with roof rails
1747
Wheelb ase
2707
Track w idth:
Front
Rear
1562
1572
Turning c ircle diam eter, wall to wall1 )
12. 78
Max imum wading depth
(at 3 mph (5 km /h))
450
Approach angle
24°
Ramp angle
18. 2°
Dep arture angle
23°
1)
In metres.
209
210
Tec hnic al data
Mounting dimension s of caravan /
trailer towing equipment
Dimension
A
B
mm
C
D
482
734
E
F (fully laden)
1039
353
G (at k erbweight)
446
416
507
9 Warning
We recom mend hav ing caravan / trailer
towing equipment retro-fitted by a
Vauxhall Authorised Rep airer.
Pict ure no: s0013767.tif
Technical data
211
212
In dex
Index
A
AB S .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .... 146
Ac cessories ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... . 21
Ac cessory sockets ... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... . 65
Ac tiv e Rollover Protection (AR P) . .... .... 136
Air conditioning system .. .... .... ..... ... 97, 102
Air intak e ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 107
Air qua lity sensor .... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 104
Air recirculation . ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 101
Air vents .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 98
Airba gs .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 71, 76, 77, 78
Ala rm system . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 52
All Wheel Drive (AWD) .... .... .... ..... .... ..... 115
Alterna tor .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 27
Antenna .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... ... 44, 195
Anti-corrosion service . ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 182
Anti-freeze protection ..... .... .... ..... . 187, 190
Anti-knock q ua lity of fuel ... .... ..... .... ..... 127
O ctane number ... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 200
Anti-theft locking system .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 51
Aq ua planing .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 151
Arm rest .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 68
Ashtrays .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 66
Assist g rips ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 70
Automatic air recircula tion ..... .... ..... .... . 104
Automatic anti-dazz le exterior mirrors . 86
Automatic anti-dazz le interior mirror . ... 86
Automatic dipped b eam activation ... ... 89
Automatic level control .. .... ..... .... ..... .... . 141
Automatic transm ission . .... ..... .... .... 16, 109
Automatic mode ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 110
Control indica tor .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 111
Fault . ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 114
Interruption of p ow er supply .. ..... .... . 114
Kickd ow n ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 112
Manual mode .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 110
Selector lev er . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 110
Tra nsmission display .. .... ..... .... ..... .... . 109
Winter programme ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 111
Index
B
C
Battery .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 191
Interrup tion of power sup ply ... ..... .... 114
Battery discharge p rotection ... .... ..... .... .. 93
Before sta rting-off .. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 159
Belt tensioners ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 74
Bleeding, d iesel fuel system . .... .... ..... .... 160
Board Information Disp la y .. .... .... ..... 29, 34
Bonnet .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 55
Boot, see Lug gage compartment .... .... .. 57
Brakes ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 144
ABS . ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 146
Bra ke assist ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 144
Bra ke fluid .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 188
Bra ke lig hts . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 177
Bra ke servo unit .. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 122
Footbrake ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 145
Handbrake . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 145
Bulb replacem ent ... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 174
Capacities . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 208
Car Pass .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ... 2, 46
Carava n / trailer towing .. .... .... ..... . 123, 153
Care ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 194
Catalytic conv erter . .... .. 130, 131, 133, 160
Central lock ing sy stem .... .... .... ..... .... ... 2, 50
Changing the b attery
Remote c ontrol ... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 49
Changing tyre / wheel type .... ..... .... ..... 148
Changing wheels .... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 167
Check control . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 44
Child restraint sy stem . ..... .... .... ..... .... . 81, 82
Child safety lock s .... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 55
Cigarette lighter ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 65
Clea ning .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 194
Climate control .. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 97
Clock .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 29
Clutch fluid ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 189
Clutch operation ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 124
CO 2 emissions .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 201
Code num bers ... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... 2
Cold starts . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 124
Colour Information Display .... ..... .... . 29, 40
Contra st . .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 40
Control indica tors ... .... ..... .... .... ..... . 8, 22, 23
ABS .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 147
Airbags .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 79
All Wheel Drive .... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 115
Alternator ... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 27
213
C ontrol indicators .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 8, 22, 23
Automatic headlight
rang e ad justment .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 90
Belt tensioners ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 75
Brake sy stem .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 146
Change engine oil . ..... .... ..... .... .... 25, 185
Coolant temp erature . .... ..... .... .... 23, 188
Cruise control . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 138
Descent C ontrol S ystem (DC S) .... .... . 137
Diesel pa rticle filter (DPF) ... .... ..... .... ... 25
Doors ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 24
Driv er’s seat belt reminder . .... ..... .... ... 24
Electronic S ta bility Program me (ESP) 134
Engine elec tronics .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 132
Engine oil level ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 26
Exhaust .. .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 131
Fog ta il lights . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 90
Front fog lights .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 90
Front passenger’s sea t belt reminder 73
Fuel level .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 24
Immobiliser ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 47
Oil pressure .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 26
Parking dista nce sensors .... .... ..... .... . 141
Pow er steering ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 26
Preheating . ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 25
Tailgate . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 24
Tra iler .... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 22
Turn signal lights ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 24
Wa ter in diesel fuel ..... .... ..... .... .... 25, 186
Windscreen wash fluid ... ..... .... .... 25, 191
Winter programme ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 111
214
In dex
Coolant ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .186, 199
Coolant level .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 187
Coolant temperature ... .... ..... .... .... ... 23, 186
Cooled glove compartment . .... .... ..... .... 106
Cooling ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .103, 104
Correcting time ... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 38
Coupling socket loa d ... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 157
Courtesy lig hts ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 91
Bulb replacement ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 178
Cruise control . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 137
Curtain airbags ... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 78
D
E
Dashboard, see Instrument pa nel ... ..... .... 6
Data ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... ... 46, 198
Date ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 33
Daytime running lights .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 88
Demisting and defrosting
Windows ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 18
With air conditioning system ... .... ..... 101
With Electronic C limate Control ... ..... 106
Descent C ontrol Sy stem (DCS ) .... .... ..... 136
Diesel . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 128
Diesel fuel filter .. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 186
Diesel fuel system ... .... ..... .... .... ..... . 160, 186
Diesel pa rticle filter . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 25
Dip ped beam . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 12
Bulb replacem ent ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 175
Display ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... . 28, 29
Display mode . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 40
Door lock s . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... . 2, 196
Doors . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 24
Door-to-door lighting function .... .... ..... .. 91
Drink holders .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 67
Driv e control systems . ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 134
Driv ing abroad .. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... ... 93, 180
Driv ing hints ... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 122
Economic al driving .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 125
Electric exterior m irrors .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 11
Electric windows .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 94
Electrical system .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 170
Electronic Clima te C ontrol (EC C). .... 19, 104
Electronic components ... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 192
Electronic immobiliser .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 47
Electronic Stability Program me (ESP) . . 134
Eng ine control indica tor .... ..... .... ..... .... . 132
Eng ine data .. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 200
Eng ine oil .. .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 183, 199
Eng ine oil life m onitor .... .... ..... .... .... 25, 185
Eng ine speed ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 28
Eng ine wash .. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 197
Env ironmental protection .. ..... .... .. 185, 194
Exhaust c ontrol indicator .. ..... .... ..... .... . 131
Exhaust g ases .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... 17, 132
Exterior lighting .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 88
Exterior mirrors .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 86
Index
215
F
G
H
Fan . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ...99, 183
Filling station
Capacities ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 208
Engine oil level .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 183
Fuel ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .127, 200
Ignition key . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .... 2
Opening the bonnet .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 55
Ty re inflation pressure . ..... .... .... ..... .... 126
Ty re inflation pressures .... .... .... ..... .... 207
Vehicle data .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 198
Windscreen wash sy stem . .... .... ..... .... 190
First-aid k it . .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 166
Flat tyre .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 166
FlexO rganizer ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 60
Fog tail lights . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 90
Bulb replacement ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 177
Footbrak e ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 145
Front airba gs . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 76
Front door lights . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..93
Bulb replacement ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 179
Front fog lights ... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 90
Bulb replacement ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 176
Fuel .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .127, 128
Fuel consump tion ... ..... .... ..... 125, 127, 201
Fuel filler ca p .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 128
Fuel filter . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 186
Fuel gauge . .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 27
Fuel system, diesel .. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 186
Fuses .. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 170
Gears . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 16
Generator, see Alternator ... .... ..... .... ..... .. 27
Genuine Vauxhall Parts
and Accessories .... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 21
Glov e com partment ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 67
C ooling .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 106
Glov e com partment lighting
Bulb replacem ent ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 179
Gra phic al Inform ation Display .... .... . 29, 40
Halogen headlight system ..... .... ..... .... . 174
Bulb replacement .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 174
Driv ing abroad .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 93
Handb ra ke .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... 19, 145
Haz ard warning lights ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 14
Head restraints .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 4, 56, 87
Headlight aiming .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 175
Headlight flash .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 13
Headlight range adjustment .. .... .... 89, 175
Headlight wash system . .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 15
Headlights .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... . 12, 88
Bulb replacement .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 175
Daytime running lights ... ..... .... ..... .... ... 88
Driv ing abroad .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 93
Front fog lights .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 90
Reversing lig hts .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 89
Wa rning device .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 20
Heated ex terior mirrors . .... ..... .... .... 18, 107
Heated front sea ts .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 107
Heated rear w indow . ..... .... ..... .... .... 18, 107
Heating ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... 97, 100
Height adjustm ent
Seat belts .. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 73
Steering wheel ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..5
High-mounted stop light
Bulb replacement .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 179
High-pressure cleaners . 141, 156, 195, 196
Horn .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 14
Hy draulic Brake Assist (H BA).. .... ..... .... . 136
216
In dex
I
J
L
Identification plate . ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 198
If y ou hav e a problem .. .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 180
Ignition logic .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 33, 40
Ignition sy stem .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 17
Imm ob iliser.. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 47
Information display ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 19
Infotainm ent system .... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 45
Instrument illum ination ... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 91
Bulb replacement ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 179
Instrument panel . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .... 6
Instruments .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 22
Interior lights .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 91
Interior mirror . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 11
Interruption of power supply ... .36, 43, 114
Selector lever lock .... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 114
ISO -FIX .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 82
Jack .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 165
Jump leads ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 161
Language selection .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... . 33, 39
Lashing eyes . ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 61
Leather trim .. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 196
License p late lights
Bulb replacement .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 177
Light sw itch ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 12
Lighting ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 88
Driv ing abroad .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 93
Lighting switch .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 88
Loading ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... 64, 157
Locking doors .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 50
Locking from the inside . .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 50
Locks .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 196
Lubricants . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..183, 199
Luggage compartment
Safety net ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 61
Storage .. .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 63
Luggage compartment cover .... ..... .... ... 61
Luggage compartment light
Bulb replacement .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 178
Lumbar support .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..4
K
Key
Extending ... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 46
Ignition lock .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 12
Locking doors ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 50
Remove .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 20
Replacem ent ... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 46
Starting .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... . 12, 17
Key numbers .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... 2
Keys ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 46
Kickdown ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... . 111, 112
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M
O
R
Main beam . .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 12
Bulb replacement ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 175
Control indicator . ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 12
Maintenance .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 21
Air c onditioning .. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 108
All Wheel Drive (AWD) ..... .... .... ..... .... 120
Anti-freeze protection . ..... .... .... ..... .... 186
Battery .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 191
Bra ke fluid .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 188
Bra kes . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 144
Catalytic conv erter .. .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 133
Engine oil .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 183
Fuel consumption .... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 126
Ty re pressures . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 149
Ty res ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 149
Windscreen wiper ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 189
Manual transm ission ... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 16
Mechanica l anti-theft loc king sy stem .. .. 51
Mirrors ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .11, 86, 107
Misted w indows .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .101, 106
Mobile telephones .. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 45
Octane num bers ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 200
Oil change . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 185
Oil filter c ha nge . ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 185
Oil level and consumption .. .... ..... .... ..... 183
Oil pressure .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 26
Oils ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 183
Overrun . .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 123
Rad io .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 44
Rad io equipment (CB) ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 45
Rad io reception . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 44
Rain sensor ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 189
Reading lights
Bulb replacement .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 178
Rear light cluster ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 89
Bulb replacement .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 177
Rear window wash system ..... .... ..... .... ... 16
Refuelling .. .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 128
Fuel filler cap . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 128
Remote control
Central lock ing sy stem ... ..... .... .. 2, 48, 50
Replacement keys . .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 46
Reverse lights
Bulb replacement .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 177
Reversing lights . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 89
Roof lining . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 95
Roof load .. .... ..... .... ... 64, 96, 123, 153, 204
Roof racks . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..126, 153
Running-in . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 122
Brakes .... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 144
N
Nav igation sy stem... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 45
Neutra l .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 16
P
Pa intwork damage . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 195
Pa rk ing .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... ... 20, 113
Pa rk ing distance sensors .... .... ..... .... ..... 140
Pa rk ing lights
Bulb replacem ent ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 175
Pa ssenger seat undertray ... .... ..... .... ..... .. 69
Pedals .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 124
Perform ance .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 201
Petrol . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 127
Pinking ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 127
Pollen filter ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 107
Power steering ... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... ... 26, 122
Power steering fluid .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 191
Preheating . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... . 17, 25
Pushing, towing . ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 160
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S
Safeguard against
unauthorised use .. ..... .... ..... .... .... . 2, 12, 20
Safety . ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ... 21, 183
Safety acc essories .. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 87
Safety net ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 62
Safety systems .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 71
Sav ing energ y ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 125
Sav ing fuel .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 125
Seat adjustment . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .... 3
Seat belts .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .5, 71, 72, 196
Driv er’s seat b elt warning .... .... ..... .... .. 24
Passenger’ s seat belt warning . ..... .... .. 73
Seat height a djustment ... ..... .... .... ..... .... .... 4
Seat position .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 56
Seats .. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .. 3, 56
Elec tric seat adjustm ent ... .... .... ..... .... .... 4
Elec trically adjustab le front seats .... .. 59
Folding passenger’ s seat .. .... .... ..... .... . 58
Heated seats ... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 107
Selector lever .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ... 16, 110
Selector lever lock ... ..... .... ..... .... .... ... 16, 110
Self-diagnosis . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 75
Self-help .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 160
Service work .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... .. 21, 182
Side airbags ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 77
Side repeater lights
Bulb replacem ent ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 176
Slide / tilt sunroof ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 95
Spare keys . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 46
Speed . .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .125, 126
Fuel consum ption ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 125
Speedometer . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 28
Starter switch . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 12
Starting on inc lines . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 159
Starting the engine . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .12, 17
Self-help . ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 161
Steering wheel adjustm ent . .... ..... .... ..... .... 5
Steering wheel lock . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 12
Steering wheel rem ote control .... .... ..... .. 45
Stowage compartments . .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 67
Sunroof ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 95
Sunv isors ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... . 69, 87
System setting s .. ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 38
T
Tachometer .. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 28
Tail and brake lights
Bulb replacement .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 177
Tailgate ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... ... 3, 54
Tailgate wash sy stem .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 16
Tailgate wiper ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 16
Technical data .. .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 198
Temperature regulation .... ..... .... .... 99, 105
Temporary spare wheel . .... ..... .... ..152, 166
The first 600 miles (1000 k m) . .... ..... .... . 122
Tightening torque . .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 206
Time .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... . 33, 38
Tools . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 165
Towing . ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ... 158, 163, 164
Towing equipment .... ..... .... ..... .... .. 153, 210
Towing service ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 164
Trailer / ca ra van towing .... ..... .... .. 123, 153
Trailer Stability Assist (TSA) .... .... ..... .... . 136
Transm ission displa y . ..... .... ..... .... .... 28, 109
Trea d depth .. ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 150
Trip comp uter .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... . 34, 40
Trip odometer .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 29
Turn signal lig hts ... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 13
Bulb replacement .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 176
Tyre chains .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 152
Tyre condition .... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 150
Tyre pressure monitoring sy stem .... .... . 142
Tyres . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 148
Inflation pressures . ..... .... ... 149, 157, 207
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U
W
X
Units of m easure . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... 34, 39
Unlead ed fuel ..... .... ..... .... ..... 127, 130, 200
Used oil ... .... .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 185
Warning buzzers .... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 20
Warning messages . .... ..... .... ..31, 32, 36, 37
Warning triangle .... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 166
Washing the v ehicle ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 195
Weights . .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 204
Wheels, tyres .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 148
Windows .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... .. 94
Demisting and defrosting ... 18, 101, 106
Windscreen wash sy stem .... .... ..... ... 15, 190
Anti-freeze protec tion . .... .... ..... .... ..... 190
C apacities .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 208
Wash fluid reservoir ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 190
Windscreen wiper ... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 189
Winter op eration
Battery ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 124
C oolant, a nti-freeze .... .... .... ..... .... ..... 186
Fuel consum ption ... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 126
Heating .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... 97, 102, 104
Locks .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 196
Tyre chains . .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .152, 206
Window demisting
and d efrosting .... .... ..... .... .... ..... . 101, 106
Windscreen wa sh system,
anti-freeze p rotection . .... .... ..... .... ..... 190
Winter prog ra mme . .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 111
Winter tyres .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... ..... 151
Xenon head lig ht system .... ..... .... ..... .... ... 90
Bulb replacement .. ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... . 175
V
Valve cap key ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 149
Vauxhall alarm .... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 52
Vauxhall service .. .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... .. 21
Vehicle care .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 194
Vehicle Identification Number . .... .198, 199
Vehicle tools ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 165
Vehicle weights ... .... ..... .... ..... .... .... ..... .... 205
Ventilation .. .... ..... .... ..... .... ..... .... .97, 98, 100
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