Vauxhall Combo Infotainment System Owner`s manual

OPEL COMBO-D
Owner's Manual
Contents
Introduction .................................... 2
In brief ............................................ 6
Keys, doors and windows ............ 19
Seats, restraints ........................... 32
Storage ........................................ 49
Instruments and controls ............. 57
Lighting ........................................ 83
Climate control ............................. 89
Driving and operating ................... 95
Vehicle care ............................... 118
Service and maintenance .......... 151
Technical data ........................... 154
Customer information ................ 170
Index .......................................... 172
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Introduction
Introduction
Introduction
Vehicle specific data
Please enter your vehicle's data on
the previous page to keep it easily
accessible. This information is
available in the sections "Service and
maintenance" and "Technical data"
as well as on the identification plate.
Introduction
Your vehicle is a designed
combination of advanced technology,
safety, environmental friendliness
and economy.
This Owner's Manual provides you
with all the necessary information to
enable you to drive your vehicle
safely and efficiently.
Make sure your passengers are
aware of the possible risk of accident
and injury which may result from
improper use of the vehicle.
You must always comply with the
specific laws and regulations of the
country that you are in. These laws
may differ from the information in this
Owner's Manual.
When this Owner's Manual refers to a
workshop visit, we recommend your
Opel Service Partner.
All Opel Service Partners provide
first-class service at reasonable
prices. Experienced mechanics
trained by Opel work according to
specific Opel instructions.
The customer literature pack should
always be kept ready to hand in the
vehicle.
Using this manual
■ This manual describes all options
and features available for this
model. Certain descriptions,
including those for display and
menu functions, may not apply to
your vehicle due to model variant,
country specifications, special
equipment or accessories.
■ The "In brief" section will give you
an initial overview.
■ The table of contents at the
beginning of this manual and within
each section shows where the
information is located.
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■ The index will enable you to search
for specific information.
■ This Owner's Manual depicts lefthand drive vehicles. Operation is
similar for right-hand drive vehicles.
■ The Owner's Manual uses the
factory engine designations. The
corresponding sales designations
can be found in the section
"Technical data".
■ Directional data, e.g. left or right, or
front or back, always relate to the
direction of travel.
■ The vehicle display screens may
not support your specific language.
■ Display messages and interior
labelling are written in bold letters.
Danger, Warnings and
Cautions
9 Danger
Text marked 9 Danger provides
information on risk of fatal injury.
Disregarding this information may
endanger life.
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Introduction
9 Warning
Text marked 9 Warning provides
information on risk of accident or
injury. Disregarding this
information may lead to injury.
Caution
Text marked Caution provides
information on possible damage to
the vehicle. Disregarding this
information may lead to vehicle
damage.
Symbols
Page references are indicated with 3.
3 means "see page".
We wish you many hours of
pleasurable driving.
Adam Opel AG
Introduction
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6
In brief
In brief
Vehicle unlocking
Unlocking with key
Unlocking with radio remote
control
Initial drive information
Turn the key in the driver's door lock
towards the front of the vehicle.
Press button Ä to unlock the doors
and load compartment.
Open the doors by pulling the
handles. To open the tailgate, press
the button under the tailgate handle.
Press button Å; only the load
compartment is unlocked.
Radio remote control 3 19, Central
locking system 3 20, Load
compartment 3 24, Power windows
3 28.
In brief
Seat adjustment
Seat backrests
Seat height
Turn handwheel. Do not lean on
backrest when adjusting.
Seat position 3 33, Seat adjustment
3 33.
Lever pumping motion
up
= higher
down = lower
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Seat positioning
Pull handle, slide seat, release
handle.
Seat position 3 33, Seat adjustment
3 33.
9 Danger
Do not sit nearer than 25 cm from
the steering wheel, to permit safe
airbag deployment.
Operate lever and adjust body weight
on seat to raise or lower it.
Seat position 3 33, Seat adjustment
3 33.
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In brief
Head restraint adjustment
Seat belt
Mirror adjustment
Interior mirror
Press release catch, adjust height,
engage.
Head restraints 3 32.
Pull out the seat belt and engage in
belt buckle. The seat belt must not be
twisted and must fit close against the
body. The backrest must not be tilted
back too far (maximum approx. 25 °).
To release belt, press red button on
belt buckle.
Seat position 3 33, Seat belts
3 37, Airbag system 3 40.
Adjust the lever on the underside to
reduce dazzle.
Interior mirror 3 28.
In brief
Steering wheel adjustment
Exterior mirrors
Swivel lever in required direction.
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Select the relevant exterior mirror by
turning the control to left _ or right 6.
Then swivel the control to adjust the
mirror.
In position o no mirror is selected.
Convex exterior mirrors 3 26,
Electric adjustment 3 27, Folding
exterior mirrors 3 27, Heated
exterior mirrors 3 27.
Unlock the lever, adjust the steering
wheel, then engage lever and ensure
it is fully locked.
Do not adjust steering wheel unless
vehicle is stationary and the steering
wheel lock has been released.
Airbag system 3 40, Ignition
positions 3 96.
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In brief
Instrument panel overview
In brief
1
2
3
Fixed air vents ....................... 93
Side air vents ........................ 92
Light switch .......................... 83
4
Turn and lane-change
signals, headlight flash,
low beam and high beam ..... 85
Instruments .......................... 63
5
Driver Information Centre ...... 74
Windscreen wiper,
windscreen washer
system, rear wiper ................ 58
6
7
Trip reset ............................... 63
Centre air vents .................... 92
Headlight range
adjustment ........................... 84
Front fog lights ..................... 85
Rear fog light ........................ 86
Trip computer ........................ 81
8 Front passenger airbag ........ 41
9 Glovebox .............................. 50
10 Climate control system .......... 89
11 Selector lever, manual
transmission ....................... 101
Manual transmission
automated ........................... 101
12 Ignition switch with
steering wheel lock .............. 96
13 Steering wheel controls ....... 57
14 Horn ..................................... 58
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16
17
18
Driver airbag ........................ 41
Steering wheel adjustment . . 57
Cruise control ..................... 108
Fuse box ............................. 133
Bonnet release lever .......... 120
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In brief
In brief
Exterior lighting
Fog lights
Turn light switch
8 = sidelights
9 = headlights
Press light switch
> = front fog lights
r = rear fog light
Lighting 3 83.
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Headlight flash, high beam and
low beam
headlight flash = pull lever
high beam
= push lever
low beam
= pull lever
High beam 3 83, Headlight flash
3 83.
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In brief
Turn and lane-change signals
Hazard warning flashers
Horn
lever up
= right turn signal
lever down = left turn signal
Operated with the ¨ button.
Hazard warning flashers 3 85.
Press j.
Turn and lane-change signals
3 85.
In brief
Washer and wiper systems
Windscreen wiper
Twist lever:
É = fast
È = slow
Ç = intermittent wiping
= off
§
For a single wipe when the
windscreen wiper is off, move the
lever up.
Windscreen wiper 3 58, Wiper
blade replacement 3 124.
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Windscreen and headlight
washer systems
Rear window wiper and washer
systems
Pull lever.
Windscreen and headlight washer
system 3 58, Washer fluid 3 122.
Twist to activate the rear window
wiper.
The rear window wiper comes on
automatically when the windscreen
wiper is switched on and reverse gear
is engaged.
Push lever: Washer fluid is sprayed
on the rear window and the wiper
wipes a few times.
Rear window wiper/washer 3 59.
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In brief
Climate control
Heated rear window, heated
exterior mirrors
The heating is operated by pressing
the Ü button.
Heated rear window 3 30.
Demisting and defrosting the
windows
Set the temperature control to V.
Set fan to 4.
Set air distribution control to V.
Cooling n on.
Heated rear window Ü on.
Climate control system 3 89.
Transmission
Manual transmission
Reverse: with the vehicle stationary,
wait 3 seconds after depressing the
clutch pedal, pull up the collar on the
selector lever and engage the gear.
If the gear does not engage, set the
lever to neutral, release the clutch
pedal and depress again; then repeat
gear selection.
Manual transmission 3 101.
In brief
Manual transmission automated
Starting off
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Starting the engine
Check before starting off
N
o
+
A/M
R
=
=
=
=
=
neutral position
drive position
higher gear
lower gear
switch between automatic
and manual mode
= reverse gear (with selector
lever lock)
Manual transmission automated
3 101.
■ Tyre pressure and condition 3 135,
3 167.
■ Engine oil level and fluid levels
3 120.
■ All windows, mirrors, exterior
lighting and number plates are free
from dirt, snow and ice and are
operational.
■ Proper position of mirrors, seats,
and seat belts 3 27, 3 33,
3 38.
■ Brake function at low speed,
particularly if the brakes are wet.
■ Turn key to position MAR
■ move the steering wheel slightly to
release the steering wheel lock
■ operate clutch and brake
■ do not operate accelerator pedal
■ diesel engines: turn the key to
position MAR for preheating and
wait until control indicator ! goes
out
■ turn key to position AVV and
release
Starting the engine 3 96.
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In brief
Stop-start system
Parking
If the vehicle is at a low speed or at a
standstill and certain conditions are
fulfilled, activate an Autostop as
follows:
■ Depress the clutch pedal
■ set the lever in neutral
■ release the clutch pedal
An Autostop is indicated when ^ is
displayed in the Driver Information
Centre (DIC) 3 74.
To restart the engine, depress the
clutch pedal again.
Stop-start system 3 97.
■ Always apply the parking brake.
Activate the manual parking brake
without pressing the release button.
Apply as firmly as possible on a
downhill slope or uphill slope.
Depress foot brake at the same
time to reduce operating force.
■ Switch off the engine. Turn the
ignition key to position STOP and
remove it. Turn the steering wheel
until the steering wheel lock is felt
to engage.
■ If the vehicle is on a level surface or
uphill slope, engage first gear. On
an uphill slope, turn the front
wheels away from the kerb.
If the vehicle is on a downhill slope,
engage reverse gear. Turn the front
wheels towards the kerb.
■ Lock the vehicle with button e on
the radio remote control.
■ Do not park the vehicle on an easily
ignitable surface. The high
temperature of the exhaust system
could ignite the surface.
■ Close the windows and the sunroof.
■ The engine cooling fans may run
after the engine has been switched
off 3 119.
■ After running at high engine speeds
or with high engine loads, operate
the engine briefly at a low load or
run in neutral for
approx. 30 seconds before
switching off, in order to protect the
turbocharger.
Keys, locks 3 19, Laying the vehicle
up for a long period of time 3 118.
Keys, doors and windows
Keys, doors and
windows
Keys, locks ................................... 19
Doors ........................................... 22
Vehicle security ............................ 25
Exterior mirrors ............................ 26
Interior mirrors ............................. 28
Windows ...................................... 28
Keys, locks
Keys
Replacement keys
The key number is specified in the
Car Pass or on a detachable tag.
The key number must be quoted
when ordering replacement keys as it
is a component of the immobiliser
system.
Locks 3 147.
Key with foldaway key section
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Press button to extend. To fold the
key, first press the button.
Car Pass
The Car Pass contains security
related vehicle data and should
therefore be kept in a safe place.
When the vehicle is taken to a
workshop, this vehicle data is needed
in order to perform certain operations.
Radio remote control
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Keys, doors and windows
Used to operate:
■ Central locking system 3 20
■ Anti-theft locking system 3 25
■ Power windows 3 28
The radio remote control has a range
of up to 5 metres. It can be restricted
by external influences. The hazard
warning flashers confirm operation.
Handle with care, protect from
moisture and high temperatures and
avoid unnecessary operation.
■ Overload of the central locking
system by operating at frequent
intervals, the power supply is
interrupted for a short time
■ Interference from higher-power
radio waves from other sources
Unlocking 3 20.
Radio remote control battery
replacement
Replace the battery as soon as the
range reduces.
Fault
If the central locking system cannot
be operated with the radio remote
control, it may be due to the following:
■ Range exceeded
■ Battery voltage too low
■ Frequent, repeated operation of the
radio remote control while not in
range
Key with foldaway key section
Batteries do not belong in household
waste. They must be disposed of at
an appropriate recycling collection
point.
Extend the key and remove the
battery holder by undoing the screw
with a suitable screwdriver. Remove
the battery holder from the key and
replace the battery (type CR 2032),
paying attention to the installation
position.
Refit the battery holder in the key and
secure the screw.
Central locking system
Unlocks and locks doors and load
compartment.
Keys, doors and windows
A pull on an interior door handle
unlocks the entire vehicle and opens
the respective door.
Unlocking
Depending on vehicle configuration.
Press button Å: The load
compartment (rear doors / tailgate
and sliding side doors) are unlocked.
Press button Ä: All doors, including
rear doors / tailgate and sliding side
doors are unlocked.
Note
In the event of an accident of a
certain severity, the vehicle unlocks
automatically.
Fuel cut-off system 3 80.
Note
If engaged, the emergency lock on
the sliding side door remains
engaged even after unlocking the
vehicle with the remote control.
Emergency lock 3 22.
Locking
Close all doors. If the doors are not
closed properly, the central locking
system will not work.
Press button e.
Automatic locking
The vehicle can be configured to
automatically lock the doors when
vehicle speed exceeds 20 km/h.
Driver Information Centre (DIC)
3 74.
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Keys, doors and windows
Unlocking the load
compartment from inside the
vehicle
Child locks
9 Warning
Doors
Sliding door
Use the child locks whenever
children are occupying the rear
seats.
Press button Å: The load
compartment (rear doors / tailgate
and sliding side doors) are unlocked.
When the load compartment is
locked, the LED in the button is
illuminated.
Pull lever on interior handle and slide
door.
Caution
Using a key or suitable screwdriver,
turn child lock switch on sliding side
door to the horizontal position. The
door cannot be opened from inside.
To deactivate, turn the child lock
switch to the vertical position.
Ensure the side door is fully closed
and secure before driving the
vehicle.
Central locking system 3 20.
Keys, doors and windows
Caution
To avoid damage, do not attempt
to operate the sliding side door
when the fuel filler flap is open.
Refuelling 3 113.
Emergency lock
Using a key or suitable screwdriver,
turn the emergency lock switch on the
sliding side door to locked position 1.
The door cannot be opened from
outside.
The emergency lock remains
engaged even after unlocking the
vehicle with the remote control.
To disengage, turn the switch to
unlocked position 2.
Rear doors
To prevent the sliding side door from
being opened from the outside, open
the door and engage the emergency
lock.
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To open the left hand rear door pull
the outside handle.
The door is opened from inside the
vehicle by pressing down the interior
handle.
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Keys, doors and windows
The right hand rear door is released
using the lever.
9 Warning
The rear lights may be obscured if
the rear doors are open and the
vehicle is parked on the roadside.
Make other road users aware of
the vehicle, by using a warning
triangle or other equipment
specified in the road traffic
regulations.
The doors are retained in the 90º
position by locking stays. To open the
doors to 180º, push the latch and
swing open to the desired position.
9 Warning
Load compartment
Tailgate
Opening
Ensure extended opening doors
are secured when fully opened.
Opened doors may slam closed
due to the force of the wind!
Always close the right hand door
before the left hand door.
Central locking system 3 20.
Press the button underneath the
moulding.
9 Warning
Do not drive with the tailgate open
or ajar, e.g. when transporting
bulky objects, as toxic exhaust
gases could enter the vehicle.
Keys, doors and windows
Caution
Before opening the tailgate check
overhead obstructions, such as a
garage door, to avoid damage to
the tailgate. Always check the
moving area above and behind the
tailgate.
Note
The installation of certain heavy
accessories onto the tailgate may
affect its ability to remain open.
Closing
Use the interior handle.
Ensure tailgate is fully closed before
driving.
Central locking system 3 20.
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Vehicle security
Anti-theft locking system
9 Warning
Do not use the system if there are
people in the vehicle! The doors
cannot be unlocked from the
inside.
The system deadlocks all the doors.
All doors must be closed otherwise
the system cannot be activated.
The system is disabled automatically
on every door when:
■ unlocking the doors
■ turning the ignition switch to MAR
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Keys, doors and windows
Activating
If the control indicator d illuminates
when starting, there is a fault in the
system; the engine cannot be started.
Switch off the ignition and repeat the
start attempt.
If d remains illuminated, attempt to
start the engine using the spare key
and seek the assistance of a
workshop.
Note
The immobiliser does not lock the
doors. Always lock the vehicle after
leaving it 3 20.
Press e on the radio remote control
twice.
Exterior mirrors
Convex shape
The convex exterior mirror contains
an aspherical area and reduces blind
spots. The shape of the mirror makes
objects appear smaller, which will
affect the ability to estimate
distances.
Manual adjustment
Control indicator d 3 73.
Immobiliser
The system is part of the ignition
switch and checks whether the
vehicle is allowed to be started with
the key being used.
The immobiliser is activated
automatically after the key has been
removed from the ignition switch.
Adjust mirrors by swivelling lever in
required direction.
The lower mirrors are not adjustable.
Keys, doors and windows
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Electric adjustment
Folding
Heated
Select the relevant exterior mirror by
turning the control to left _ or right 6.
Then swivel the control to adjust the
mirror.
In position o no mirror is selected.
For pedestrian safety, the exterior
mirrors will swing out of their normal
mounting position if they are struck
with sufficient force. Reposition the
mirror by applying slight pressure to
the mirror housing.
Operated by pressing the Ü button.
Heating works with the engine
running and is switched off
automatically after a short time.
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Keys, doors and windows
Interior mirrors
Windows
Manual anti-dazzle
Windscreen
Windscreen stickers
Do not attach stickers such as toll
road stickers or similar on the
windscreen in the area of the interior
mirror.
Keep a close watch on the
windows when closing them.
Ensure that nothing becomes
trapped in them as they move.
Switch on ignition to operate power
windows.
Manual windows
The door windows can be opened or
closed with the window winders.
To reduce dazzle, adjust the lever on
the underside of the mirror housing.
Power windows
9 Warning
Take care when operating the
power windows. Risk of injury,
particularly to children.
If there are children on the rear
seats, switch on the child safety
system for the power windows.
Operate the switch for the respective
window by pushing to open or pulling
to close.
Pushing or pulling briefly: window
moves up or down in stages if the
switch is held.
Keys, doors and windows
Pushing or pulling firmly and then
releasing: window moves up or down
fully with safety function enabled. To
stop movement, operate the switch
once more in the same direction.
With the ignition key removed or in the
STOP position, the windows can be
operated for approx. 2 minutes and
are deactivated as soon as a door is
opened.
Safety function
If the window glass encounters
resistance during automatic closing, it
is immediately stopped and opened
again.
If the safety function is activated
five times in less than a minute, the
safety function is deactivated. The
windows will only close in stages and
not automatically.
Activate the window electronics by
opening the windows. The safety
function is restored and the windows
will operate normally.
Overload
If the windows are repeatedly
operated within short intervals, the
window operation is disabled for
some time.
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Child safety system for rear
windows
Initialising the power windows
If the windows cannot be closed
automatically (e.g. after
disconnecting the vehicle battery),
activate the window electronics as
follows:
1. Close doors.
2. Switch on ignition.
3. Pull switch until the window is
closed and keep pulling for an
additional 5 seconds.
4. Repeat for each window.
Press switch , to deactivate rear
door power windows.
To activate, press , again.
Operating windows from outside
The windows can be operated
remotely from outside the vehicle
when locking or unlocking the vehicle.
Central locking system 3 20.
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Keys, doors and windows
Rear windows
Heated rear window
Opening rear windows
Press and hold the Ä button to open
windows.
Press and hold the e button to close
windows.
Release button to stop window
movement.
To open, move lever outwards until
the window is fully open.
To close, pull lever then push until
window is fully closed.
Operated by pressing the Ü button.
Heating works with the engine
running and is switched off
automatically after a short time.
Sun visors
The sun visors can be folded down or
swivelled to the side to prevent
dazzling.
If the sun visors have integral mirrors,
the mirror covers should be closed
when driving.
Keys, doors and windows
A ticket holder is located on the
backside of the sun visor.
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Seats, restraints
Seats, restraints
Head restraints ............................ 32
Front seats ................................... 33
Rear seats ................................... 35
Seat belts ..................................... 37
Airbag system .............................. 40
Child restraints ............................. 44
Head restraints
Adjustment
Head restraints on front seats
Position
9 Warning
Only drive with the head restraint
set to the proper position.
Height adjustment
Press the button, adjust height and
engage.
The upper edge of the head restraint
should be at upper head level. If this
is not possible for extremely tall
people, set to highest position, and
set to lowest position for small people.
Seats, restraints
Head restraints on rear seats
Front seats
Seat position
9 Warning
Only drive with the seat correctly
adjusted.
Height adjustment
Pull the head restraint upwards or
press the catch to release and push
the head restraint downwards.
Removal
Press both catches, pull the head
restraint upwards and remove.
Note
Approved accessories may only be
attached if the seat is not in use.
■ Sit with buttocks as far back against
the backrest as possible. Adjust the
distance between the seat and the
pedals so that legs are slightly
angled when pressing the pedals.
Slide the front passenger seat as
far back as possible.
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■ Sit with shoulders as far back
against the backrest as possible.
Set the backrest to an angle so that
it is possible to reach the steering
wheel with arms slightly bent.
Maintain contact between
shoulders and the backrest when
turning the steering wheel. Do not
tilt the backrest too far back. We
recommend a maximum angle of
approx. 25°.
■ Adjust the steering wheel 3 57.
■ Set the seat high enough to have a
clear field of vision on all sides and
on all display instruments. There
should be at least one hand of
clearance between head and the
roof frame. Thighs should rest
lightly on the seat without pressing
into it.
■ Adjust the head restraint 3 32.
■ Adjust the height of the seat belt
3 38.
Seat adjustment
Drive only with seats and backrests
properly engaged.
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Seats, restraints
9 Danger
Seat backrests
Seat height
Turn handwheel. Do not lean on
backrest when adjusting.
Lever pumping motion
up
= higher
down = lower
Do not sit nearer than 25 cm from
the steering wheel, to permit safe
airbag deployment.
9 Warning
Never adjust seats while driving as
they could move uncontrollably.
Seat positioning
Operate lever and adjust body weight
on seat to raise or lower it.
Pull handle, slide seat, release
handle.
Seats, restraints
Armrest
Heating
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Rear seats
Third row seats
9 Warning
Never adjust seats while driving as
they could move uncontrollably.
Folding the seats
The load compartment area can be
increased by folding up the rear
seats.
Raise or lower the armrest as
required.
Activate heating by pressing ß button
for the seat with the ignition on.
LED in button ß on: relevant front
seat heating on.
Prolonged use for people with
sensitive skin is not recommended.
9 Warning
When folding the seat use caution
- beware of moving parts. Ensure
the seat is secure when
completely folded.
■ Lower the head restraint and move
the seat belt to one side.
■ Remove the load compartment
cover if necessary 3 51.
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Seats, restraints
■ Pull the release lever and fold down
the backrest onto the seat cushion.
Pull the lower strap and fold the
seat assembly forwards.
■ Secure the folded seat in the
upright position by attaching the
flexible cord located on the seat
frame, to the rear seat head
restraint.
■ To lower the seat, remove the
flexible cord and lower the seat
assembly to the floor, ensuring the
rear support is located on the
anchor point and securely latched.
■ Raise the backrest and adjust the
head restraint.
■ The backrest is properly engaged
when red mark on the release lever
is no longer visible.
Removing the seats
■ Remove the seat head restraint
3 32 and remove load
compartment cover if necessary
3 51.
■ With the seat folded in the upright
position, push the release lever and
remove the seat assembly.
■ Store the head restraint on the rear
of the seat frame.
Seats, restraints
Replacing the seats
■ Raise the backrest and replace the
head restraint.
■ The backrest is properly engaged
when red mark on the release lever
is no longer visible.
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Seat belts
9 Warning
■ Attach the seat assembly front
supports on the anchor points.
■ Push the release lever to ensure
the seat is securely latched.
■ Remove the head restraint from the
rear of the seat frame.
■ Lower the seat assembly to the
floor, ensuring the rear support is
located on the anchor point and
securely latched.
When installing the seat, ensure
that the seat is properly located on
the anchor points, the locking
catches are fully engaged, and the
backrest is returned to the correct
position.
The seat belts are locked during
heavy acceleration or deceleration of
the vehicle holding the occupants in
the sitting position. Therefore the risk
of injury is considerably reduced.
9 Warning
Fasten seat belt before each trip.
In the event of an accident, people
not wearing seat belts endanger
their fellow occupants and
themselves.
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Seats, restraints
Seat belts are designed to be used by
only one person at a time. Child
restraint system 3 44.
Periodically check all parts of the belt
system for damage, pollution and
proper functionality.
Have damaged components
replaced. After an accident, have the
belts and triggered belt pretensioners
replaced by a workshop.
Note
Make sure that the belts are not
damaged by shoes or sharp-edged
objects or trapped. Prevent dirt from
getting into the belt retractors.
Seat belt reminder X 3 68.
Belt force limiters
On the front seats, stress on the body
is reduced by the gradual release of
the belt during a collision.
Belt pretensioners
In the event of a head-on or rear-end
collision of a certain severity, the front
seat belts are tightened.
9 Warning
Incorrect handling (e.g. removal or
fitting of belts) can trigger the belt
pretensioners.
Three-point seat belt
Fastening
Deployment of the belt pretensioners
is indicated by continuous illumination
of control indicator v 3 68.
Triggered belt pretensioners must be
replaced by a workshop. Belt
pretensioners can only be triggered
once.
Note
Do not affix or install accessories or
other objects that may interfere with
the operation of the belt
pretensioners. Do not make any
modifications to belt pretensioner
components as this will invalidate
the approval of your vehicle.
Withdraw the belt from the retractor,
guide it untwisted across the body
and insert the latch plate into the
buckle. Tighten the lap belt regularly
whilst driving by pulling the shoulder
belt.
Seat belt reminder X 3 68.
Seats, restraints
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Height adjustment
Loose or bulky clothing prevents the
belt from fitting snugly. Do not place
objects such as handbags or mobile
phones between the belt and your
body.
9 Warning
The belt must not rest against hard
or fragile objects in the pockets of
your clothing.
1. Pull belt out slightly.
2. Press button down.
3. Adjust height and engage.
Adjust the height so that the belt lies
across the shoulder. It must not lie
across the throat or upper arm.
Do not adjust while driving.
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Seats, restraints
Removing
To release belt, press red button on
belt buckle.
Seat belts on the rear seats
The seat belt for the rear centre seat
can only be withdrawn from the
retractor if the backrest is in the rear
position.
Using the seat belt while
pregnant
9 Warning
The lap belt must be positioned as
low as possible across the pelvis
to prevent pressure on the
abdomen.
Airbag system
The airbag system consists of a
number of individual systems
depending on the scope of
equipment.
When triggered, the airbags inflate
within milliseconds. They also deflate
so quickly that it is often unnoticeable
during the collision.
Note
Depending on the severity of a
collision, the fuel system may also
be cut-off and the engine switched
off automatically, for safety reasons.
Resetting the fuel cut-off system;
refer to "Fuel system messages"
3 80.
Note
Expiry dates for replacing the airbag
system components may be found
on the label inside the glovebox.
Contact a workshop to have the
airbag system components
replaced.
Seats, restraints
9 Warning
If handled improperly the airbag
systems can be triggered in an
explosive manner.
Note
The airbag systems and belt
pretensioner control electronics are
located in the centre console area.
Do not put any magnetic objects in
this area.
Do not fix any objects onto the airbag
covers and do not cover them with
other materials.
Each airbag is triggered only once.
Have deployed airbags replaced by
a workshop. Furthermore, it might be
necessary to have the steering
wheel, the instrument panel, parts of
the panelling, the door seals,
handles and the seats replaced.
Do not make any modifications to
the airbag system as this will
invalidate the vehicle type approval.
9 Warning
When the airbags inflate, escaping
hot gases may cause burns.
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Additionally there is a warning label
on the passenger's sun visor.
Child restraint systems 3 44.
Airbag deactivation 3 42.
Control indicator v for airbag systems
3 68.
Front airbag system
The front airbag system consists of
one airbag in the steering wheel and
one in the instrument panel on the
front passenger side. These can be
identified by the word AIRBAG.
The front airbag system is triggered in
the event of a front-end impact of a
certain severity. The ignition must be
switched on.
The inflated airbags cushion the
impact, thereby reducing the risk of
injury to the upper body and head of
the front seat occupants
considerably.
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Seats, restraints
9 Warning
Optimum protection is only
provided when the seat is in the
proper position 3 33.
Keep the area in which the airbag
inflates clear of obstructions.
Fit the seat belt correctly and
engage securely. Only then the
airbag is able to protect.
Side airbag system
The side airbag system consists of an
airbag in each front seat backrest.
This can be identified by the word
AIRBAG.
The side airbag system is triggered in
the event of a side impact of a certain
severity. The ignition must be
switched on.
The inflated airbags cushion the
impact, thereby reducing the risk of
injury to the upper body and pelvis in
the event of a side-on collision
considerably.
The side airbag systems, the belt
pretensioners and all driver airbag
systems will remain active.
9 Warning
Keep the area in which the airbag
inflates clear of obstructions.
Note
Only use protective seat covers that
have been approved for the vehicle.
Be careful not to cover the airbags.
Airbag deactivation
The front passenger airbag system
must be deactivated if a child restraint
system is to be fitted on this seat.
The front passenger airbag system
can be deactivated via the settings
menu in the Driver Information Centre
(DIC) 3 74.
Note
Two versions of the DIC are
available; a Standard version and a
Multifunction version with further
adjustable settings.
Seats, restraints
Deactivate the front passenger airbag
system as follows:
1. Press the SET ESC button once
to access the settings menu.
2. Press SET ESC again
(repeatedly) to cycle through the
menu functions until menu option
Pass bag (in Standard version)
- or Passenger bag (in Multifunction
version)
is displayed.
3. Press the R or S button to switch
from Pass bag On to Pass bag
off (Standard version)
- or from Passenger bag On to
Passenger bag Off (Multifunction
version)
4. Press SET ESC to confirm
selection; A confirmation
message appears in the display.
5. Press the R or S button to select
Yes.
6. Press SET ESC briefly to confirm
deactivation and automatically
return to the previous display
screen.
Front passenger seat airbags are
deactivated and will not inflate in the
event of a collision. Control indicator
* illuminates continuously in the
instrument cluster. A child restraint
system can be installed in
accordance with the chart Child
restraint installation locations 3 45.
9 Danger
Risk of fatal injury for a child using
a child restraint system on a seat
with activated front passenger
airbag.
Risk of fatal injury for an adult
person on a seat with deactivated
front passenger airbag.
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As long as the control indicator * is
not illuminated, the front passenger
airbag system will inflate in the event
of a collision.
If control indicators * and v are
illuminated at the same time, there is
a system failure. The status of the
system is not discernible, therefore
no person is allowed to occupy the
front passenger seat. Contact a
workshop immediately.
Change status only when the vehicle
is stationary. The status remains until
the next change.
Control indicator for airbag
deactivation 3 69.
Reactivating front passenger airbag
system - see Driver Information
Centre (DIC) 3 74.
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Seats, restraints
Child restraints
Child restraint systems
We recommend the Opel child
restraint system which is tailored
specifically to the vehicle.
When a child restraint system is being
used, pay attention to the following
usage and installation instructions
and also those supplied with the child
restraint system.
Always comply with local or national
regulations. In some countries, the
use of child restraint systems is
forbidden on certain seats.
9 Warning
When using a child restraint
system on the front passenger
seat, the airbag systems for the
front passenger seat must be
deactivated; if not, the triggering of
the airbags poses a risk of fatal
injury to the child.
This is especially the case if rearfacing child restraint systems are
used on the front passenger seat.
Selecting the right system
The rear seats are the most
convenient location to fasten a child
restraint system.
Children should travel facing
rearwards in the vehicle as long as
possible. This makes sure that the
child's backbone, which is still very
weak, is under less strain in the event
of an accident.
Suitable restraint systems comply
with ECE 44-03 or ECE 44-04. Check
local laws and regulations for
mandatory use of child restraint
systems.
Ensure that the child restraint system
to be installed is compatible with the
vehicle type.
Ensure that the mounting location of
the child restraint system within the
vehicle is correct.
Allow children to enter and exit the
vehicle only on the side facing away
from the traffic.
When the child restraint system is not
in use, secure the seat with a seat belt
or remove it from the vehicle.
Note
Do not stick anything on the child
restraint systems and do not cover
them with any other materials.
A child restraint system which has
been subjected to stress in an
accident must be replaced.
Seats, restraints
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Child restraint installation locations
Permissible options for fitting a child restraint system
Front passenger seat
Second row
Third row
Weight and age class
activated airbag
deactivated airbag
outboard seat
centre seat
Group 0: up to 10 kg
or approx. 10 months
X
U1
U, <
U
X
Group 0+: up to 13 kg
or approx. 2 years
X
U1
U, <
U
X
Group I: 9 to 18 kg
or approx. 8 months to 4 years
X
U1
U, <
U
X
Group II: 15 to 25 kg
or approx. 3 to 7 years
X
X
U
U
X
Group III: 22 to 36 kg
or approx. 6 to 12 years
X
X
U
U
X
= Only if front airbag system is deactivated. When securing with a three-point seat belt, move seat height adjustment
to uppermost position and ensure that the seat belt runs forwards from the upper anchorage point.
< = Vehicle seat available with ISOFIX attachments. When attaching using ISOFIX, only the ISOFIX child restraint
systems permitted for the vehicle may be used.
U = Universal suitability in conjunction with three-point seat belt.
X = No child restraint system permitted in this weight class.
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Seats, restraints
Permissible options for fitting an ISOFIX child restraint system
On front passenger
seat
On outboard seats On centre seat in On the seats in
in the second row the second row the third row
Weight class
Size class Fixture
Group 0: up to 10 kg
E
ISO/R1 X
IL
X
X
Group 0+: up to 13 kg E
ISO/R1 X
IL
X
X
D
ISO/R2 X
IL
X
X
C
ISO/R3 X
IL1)
X
X
D
ISO/R2 X
IL
X
X
C
ISO/R3 X
IL1)
X
X
B
ISO/F2
X
IUF
X
X
B1
ISO/F2X X
IUF
X
X
A
ISO/F3
IUF
X
X
Group I: 9 to 18 kg
X
IL
= Suitable for particular ISOFIX restraint systems of the 'specific-vehicle', 'restricted' or 'semi-universal' categories.
The ISOFIX restraint system must be approved for the specific vehicle type.
IUF = Suitable for ISOFIX forward-facing child restraint systems of universal category approved for use in this weight class.
X
= No ISOFIX child restraint system approved in this weight class.
1)
The Isofix child seat can be installed by lifting the head restraint all the way up.
Seats, restraints
ISOFIX size class and seat device
A – ISO/F3
B – ISO/F2
B1 – ISO/F2X
C – ISO/R3
D – ISO/R2
E – ISO/R1
=
=
=
=
=
=
Forward-facing child restraint system for children of maximum size in the weight class 9 to 18 kg.
Forward-facing child restraint system for smaller children in the weight class 9 to 18 kg.
Forward-facing child restraint system for smaller children in the weight class 9 to 18 kg.
Rear-facing child restraint system for children of maximum size in the weight class up to 13 kg.
Rear-facing child restraint system for smaller children in the weight class up to 13 kg.
Rear-facing child restraint system for young children in the weight class up to 13 kg.
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Seats, restraints
ISOFIX child restraint
systems
Fasten vehicle-approved ISOFIX
child restraint systems to the ISOFIX
mounting brackets. Specific vehicle
ISOFIX child restraint system
positions are marked in the table by
IL.
ISOFIX mounting brackets are
indicated by a label on the backrest.
Before fastening a child seat adjust
the head restraint to use position
3 32.
Top-tether fastening eyes
In addition to the ISOFIX mounting,
fasten the Top-Tether strap to the
Top-Tether fastening eyes. The strap
must run between the two guide rods
of the head restraint.
ISOFIX child restraint systems of
universal category positions are
marked in the table by IUF.
Storage
Storage
Storage compartments
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Document holder
Instrument panel storage
Storage compartments ................ 49
Load compartment ....................... 51
Roof rack system ......................... 54
Loading information ..................... 55
Storage compartments are located in
the instrument panel.
Pull the rear of the document holder
upwards from the instrument panel
and rest in tilted position.
To fold away, lower the document
holder back into the instrument panel,
pressing down until it engages
audibly.
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Storage
Glovebox
Overhead console
Underseat storage
To open the glovebox, pull the
handle.
Depending on version, the glovebox
may be lockable.
The glovebox should be closed whilst
driving.
Store only lightweight items such as
paperwork or maps in the overhead
console.
Pull the loop on the seat cushion to
gain access to the storage area.
Cupholders
Cupholders are located in the centre
console.
The cupholders can also be used to
hold the portable ashtray unit 3 62.
Storage
Load compartment
To fold up, lower seats to the floor
until they engage audibly. Raise
backrests and guide them into an
upright position until they engage
audibly.
The backrests are properly engaged
when both red marks on the release
levers are no longer visible.
Ensure that the seat belts are
positioned correctly before returning
the seats to the upright position.
Folding down rear seat
backrests
The rear seat backrest is divided into
two parts. Both parts can be folded
down.
Remove the load compartment cover
if necessary.
Press and hold the catch, then push
the head restraints down.
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Pull lever to release, the seat base is
tensioned and will start to rise
automatically.
9 Warning
Only drive the vehicle if the
backrests are securely locked into
position. Otherwise there is a risk
of personal injury or damage to the
load or vehicle in the event of
heavy braking or a collision.
Load compartment cover
Pull the release lever on one or both
sides and fold down the backrests
onto the seat cushion.
Extendable load compartment
cover
Fold the seat forward completely.
Do not place any heavy or sharpedged objects on the extendable load
compartment cover.
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Storage
Closing
Opening
Removing
Pull the cover towards the rear using
the handle and engage it in the
retainers at the sides.
Remove load compartment cover
from the retainers at the sides. Hold
the cover and guide it until it is fully
rolled up.
Open the load compartment cover.
Pull the release lever and lift cover
from retainers.
Installing
Insert either side of the load
compartment cover in the recess, pull
the release lever. Insert the load
compartment cover and engage.
Storage
Rear parcel shelf
or the lower position. In the lower
position, the maximum load
permissible is 70 kg.
The rear parcel shelf consists of two
parts - a front part and rear part. The
front part can be opened or closed,
allowing for greater flexibility in the
load compartment.
Do not place any excessively heavy
or sharp-edged objects on the rear
parcel shelf.
Removing
If the rear seats are in the folded
position, remove the parcel shelf and
store it horizontally between the back
of the front seats and the folded rear
seats.
9 Warning
Always make sure that the load in
the vehicle is securely stowed.
Otherwise objects can be thrown
around inside the vehicle and
cause personal injury or damage
to the load or car.
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Caution
The rear parcel shelf can be installed
in 2 positions, i.e. the upper position
For safety reasons, do not place
loads on the folded rear seats.
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Storage
To remove, lift the front part of the
parcel shelf by releasing it from the
front retainers (1) on both sides.
Lift the rear part of the parcel shelf by
releasing it from the rear retainers (2
and 3) on both sides.
Installing
Refit the parcel shelf by engaging in
front and rear retainers on both sides.
Lashing eyes
Van
The lashing eyes are designed to
secure items against slippage, e.g.
using lashing straps or a luggage net.
Roof rack system
Combo Tour
For safety reasons and to avoid
damage to the roof, the vehicle
approved roof rack system is
recommended. Contact a workshop
for further information.
Follow the installation instructions
and remove the roof rack when not in
use.
Roof rack
Mounting roof rack
Storage
To fasten a roof rack, insert the
mounting bolts in the holes indicated
in the illustration.
Loading information
■ Heavy objects in the load
compartment should be evenly
distributed and placed as far
forward as possible. If objects can
be stacked, the heavier objects
should be placed at the bottom.
■ Secure objects with lashing straps
attached to lashing eyes 3 54.
■ Secure loose objects in load
compartment to prevent sliding.
■ When transporting objects in the
load compartment, the backrests of
the rear seats must not be tilted
forwards or folded down.
■ Do not allow the load to protrude
above the upper edge of the
backrests.
■ Do not place any objects on the
extendable load compartment
cover 3 51 or the instrument panel.
■ The load must not obstruct the
operation of the pedals, parking
brake and gear selector, or hinder
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the freedom of movement of the
driver. Do not place any unsecured
objects in the interior.
■ Do not drive with an open load
compartment.
9 Warning
Always make sure that the load in
the vehicle is securely stowed.
Otherwise objects can be thrown
around inside the vehicle and
cause personal injury or damage
to the load or car.
■ The payload is the difference
between the permitted gross
vehicle weight (see identification
plate 3 154) and the EC kerb
weight.
To calculate the payload, enter the
data for your vehicle in the Weights
table at the front of this manual.
The EC kerb weight includes
weights for the driver (68 kg),
luggage (7 kg) and all fluids (tank
90 % full).
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Storage
Optional equipment and
accessories increase the kerb
weight.
■ Driving with a roof load increases
the sensitivity of the vehicle to
cross-winds and has a detrimental
effect on vehicle handling due to
the vehicle's higher centre of
gravity. Distribute the load evenly
and secure it properly with retaining
straps. Adjust the tyre pressure and
vehicle speed according to the load
conditions. Check and retighten the
straps frequently.
Do not drive faster than 120 km/h.
The permissible roof load (which
includes the weight of the roof rack)
is 100 kg. The roof load is the
combined weight of the roof rack
and the load.
Instruments and controls
Instruments and
controls
Controls
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Steering wheel controls
Steering wheel adjustment
Controls ....................................... 57
Warning lights, gauges and
indicators ..................................... 63
Information displays ..................... 74
Vehicle messages ........................ 80
Trip computer ............................... 81
Unlock lever, adjust steering wheel,
then engage lever and ensure it is
fully locked.
Do not adjust steering wheel unless
vehicle is stationary and steering
wheel lock has been released.
The Infotainment system and a
connected mobile phone can be
operated via the controls on the
steering wheel.
Further information is available in the
Infotainment system manual.
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Horn
Instruments and controls
Windscreen wiper/washer
Windscreen wiper
Adjustable wiper interval
Wiper lever in position Ç.
The windscreen wiper will
automatically adapt to the speed of
the vehicle.
Windscreen washer
Press j.
Twist
É
È
Ç
§
=
=
=
=
fast
slow
intermittent wiping
off
For a single wipe when the
windscreen wiper is off, move the
lever up.
Do not use if the windscreen is frozen.
Switch off in car washes.
Pull lever briefly, washer fluid is
sprayed onto the windscreen and the
wiper wipes a few times.
Pull lever and hold, washer fluid is
sprayed onto the windscreen and
wiper wipes until the lever is released.
Instruments and controls
Rear window wiper/washer
Outside temperature
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Clock
Depending on model variant, the
current time and/or date may appear
in the Driver Information Centre (DIC)
3 74.
Values can be adjusted via the SET
ESC, R and S buttons on the
instrument panel.
Twist to activate the rear window
wiper.
Push lever. Washer fluid is sprayed
onto the rear window and the wiper
wipes a few times.
Do not use if the rear window is
frozen.
Switch off in car washes.
The rear window wiper comes on
automatically when the windscreen
wiper is switched on and reverse gear
is engaged.
Outside temperature is shown in the
Driver Information Centre (DIC)
3 74.
9 Warning
The road surface may already be
icy even though the display
indicates a few degrees above
0 °C.
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Instruments and controls
Set time in Driver Information
Centre - Standard version
6. Press R or S to increase or
decrease the displayed value.
7. Press SET ESC briefly to confirm
changes and automatically return
to the previous display screen.
Set time and date in Driver
Information Centre Multifunction version
1. Press the SET ESC button once
to access the settings menu.
2. Scroll through the menu options
using the R or S buttons
until HOUR is displayed.
3. Press SET ESC to access this
menu option; the hours will flash
in the display.
4. Press R or S to increase or
decrease the displayed value.
5. Press SET ESC to confirm
changes; the minutes will flash in
the display.
Setting the time
After accessing this menu option, it is
possible to either set the time or
change the clock mode between
12 hour and 24 hour clock.
Press the SET ESC button once to
access the settings menu.
Scroll through the menu options using
the R or S buttons until Set time is
displayed.
Press SET ESC to access this menu
option; Time and Mode are displayed.
To set the time:
1. Press R or S to select Time and
press SET ESC to access this
submenu option; the hours will
flash in the display
2. Press R or S to increase or
decrease the displayed value.
3. Press SET ESC to confirm
changes; the minutes will flash in
the display.
4. Press R or S to increase or
decrease the displayed value.
5. Press SET ESC briefly to confirm
changes and automatically return
to the previous display screen.
Instruments and controls
To change the clock mode between
12 hour and 24 hour clock:
1. Press R or S to select Mode and
press SET ESC to access this
submenu option; the display will
flash.
2. Press R or S to change clock
mode between 12h and 24h.
3. Press SET ESC briefly to confirm
changes and automatically return
to the previous display screen.
Setting the date
1. Press the SET ESC button once
to access the settings menu.
2. Scroll through the menu options
using the R or S buttons until Set
date is displayed.
3. Press SET ESC to access this
menu option; the year will flash in
the display.
4. Press R or S to increase or
decrease the displayed value.
5. Press SET ESC to confirm
changes; the month will flash in
the display.
6. Press R or S to increase or
decrease the displayed value.
7. Press SET ESC to confirm
changes; the day will flash in the
display.
8. Press R or S to increase or
decrease the displayed value.
9. Press SET ESC briefly to confirm
changes and automatically return
to the previous display screen.
Power outlets
A 12 Volt power outlet is located in the
centre console.
Rear power outlets
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Depending on model variant,12 Volt
power outlets are located at the
sidewall in the load compartment.
Short wheelbase van
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Instruments and controls
Long wheelbase van
Combo Tour
Do not exceed the maximum power
consumption of 180 watts.
With ignition off, the power outlets are
deactivated. Additionally the power
outlets are deactivated in the event of
low battery voltage.
Electrical accessories that are
connected must comply with the
electromagnetic compatibility
requirements laid down in
DIN VDE 40 839.
Do not connect any current-delivering
accessories, e.g. electrical charging
devices or batteries.
Do not damage the power outlets by
using unsuitable plugs.
If the tyre repair kit is in operation,
switch off all electrical consumers.
Tyre repair kit 3 137.
Cigarette lighter
The cigarette lighter is located in the
centre console.
Press in cigarette lighter. It switches
off automatically once the element is
glowing. Pull out lighter.
Ashtrays
Caution
To be used only for ash and not for
combustible rubbish.
Instruments and controls
Warning lights, gauges
and indicators
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Odometer
Speedometer
The portable ashtray should be
placed in the cupholders in the centre
console.
Displays the recorded distance in km.
H may appear in the display until the
vehicle has travelled 100 km.
Indicates vehicle speed.
Trip odometer
Displays the recorded distance since
the last reset.
Depending on model variant, there
are two independent trip odometers
A or B which indicate how far the
vehicle has been driven since the last
reset.
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Instruments and controls
To reset the trip odometer, press and
hold the TRIP button for a few
seconds while the relevant trip
odometer is displayed.
Tachometer
Caution
If the needle is in the red warning
zone, the maximum permitted
engine speed is exceeded. Engine
at risk.
Fuel gauge
Never run the tank dry.
Because of the fuel remaining in the
tank, the top-up quantity may be less
than the specified tank capacity.
The needle will point to 0 and control
indicator $ will flash to indicate a fault
in the system. Seek the assistance of
a workshop.
Low fuel control indicator $ 3 73.
CNG fuel gauge
Displays the engine speed.
Drive in a low engine speed range for
each gear as much as possible.
Displays the fuel level or gas level in
the tank depending on the operation
mode.
Fuel selector 3 112.
Control indicator $ illuminates if the
level in the tank is low.
In natural gas operation mode, the
four vertical bars next to CNG
correspond to the methane level in
Instruments and controls
the cylinders. As the fuel level
diminishes, the bars in the CNG fuel
gauge disappear.
CNG and the one remaining bar will
flash if the methane level in the
cylinders is low.
Refuelling 3 113.
Engine coolant
temperature gauge
3 74 the coolant temperature is too
high. Seek the assistance of a
workshop.
Caution
If engine coolant temperature is
too high, stop vehicle, switch off
engine. Danger to engine. Check
coolant level.
Fuel selector
Y illuminates in the Driver Information
Centre.
Natural gas tanks are empty, petrol
operation is automatically engaged.
Fuel for natural gas operation
3 112, Refuelling 3 113.
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Service display
Displays the coolant temperature.
C
= engine operating
temperature not yet
reached
central
= normal operating
area
temperature
H
= temperature too high
If control indicator $ illuminates in
conjunction with a message in the
Driver Information Centre (DIC)
When the ignition is switched on, the
remaining distance before the next
service is due may be shown briefly in
the Driver Information Centre (DIC)
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Instruments and controls
3 74. Based on driving conditions,
the interval at which a service will be
indicated can vary considerably.
When the remaining distance before
the next service is less than 2,000 km,
Serv. appears in the Driver
Information Centre. The service
reminder is repeated after every
additional 200 km and becomes more
frequent when the remaining distance
is below 200 km.
The vehicle needs a service. Seek the
assistance of a workshop.
The remaining distance to the next
service may also be viewed in the
Driver Information Centre (DIC) by
selecting SERVICE from the settings
menu options 3 74.
Resetting the service display
After a service, the service display
must be reset by a workshop.
Control indicators
The control indicators described are
not present in all vehicles. The
description applies to all instrument
versions. Depending on the
equipment, the position of the control
indicators may vary.
When the ignition is switched on,
most control indicators will illuminate
briefly as a functionality test.
The control indicator colours mean:
red
= danger, important
reminder
yellow = warning, information, fault
green = confirmation of activation
blue
= confirmation of activation
Instruments and controls
Control indicators in the instrument cluster
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Instruments and controls
Generic warning
9 illuminates yellow.
Depending on model variant, control
indicator 9 may illuminate
independently or in conjunction with
Æ, t, Z or r.
If 9 illuminates together with I; stop
engine immediately and seek the
assistance of a workshop.
Simultaneously a warning message
may be displayed in the Driver
Information Centre (DIC) 3 74.
9 also illuminates if the fuel cut-off
switch is triggered, or if a fault is
detected in the engine oil pressure
sensor. Consult a workshop.
Fuel cut-off system 3 80.
Turn signal
2 or 3 flashes green.
Flashes
A turn signal or the hazard warning
flashers are activated.
Rapid flashing: failure of a turn signal
light or associated fuse, failure of turn
signal light on trailer.
Bulb replacement 3 125, Fuses
3 131.
Turn signals 3 85.
Seat belt reminder
Seat belt reminder for front
seats
X for driver's seat and/or front
passenger seat illuminates or flashes
red.
Illuminates
When the ignition has been switched
on, control indicator X illuminates
briefly if driver's seat belt and/or front
passenger seat belt is not engaged. A
warning chime also sounds for a few
seconds.
Flashes
During driving X will flash and a
warning chime will sound for
90 seconds until the front seat belts
are fastened.
Fastening the seat belt 3 38.
9 Warning
Fasten seat belt before each trip.
In the event of an accident, people
not wearing seat belts endanger
their fellow occupants and
themselves.
To deactivate the seat belt reminder,
consult a workshop. Reactivation of
the warning chime for seat belt
reminder can be done via the Driver
Information Centre (DIC) 3 74.
Note
The volume of the warning chime
can also be adjusted via the DIC.
Driver Information Centre (DIC)
3 74.
Airbag and belt tensioners
v illuminates red.
When the ignition is switched on, the
control indicator illuminates for
approx. 4 seconds. If it does not
illuminate, does not go out after
4 seconds or illuminates whilst
Instruments and controls
driving, there is a fault in the airbag
system. Seek the assistance of a
workshop. The airbags and belt
pretensioners may fail to trigger in the
event of an accident.
Deployment of the belt pretensioners
or airbags is indicated by continuous
illumination of v.
9 Warning
Have the cause of the fault
remedied immediately by a
workshop.
Belt pretensioners, airbag system
3 37, 3 40.
Airbag deactivation
* illuminates yellow.
With the front passenger airbag
activated:
When the ignition is switched on, *
illuminates for approx. 4 seconds,
flashes for another 4 seconds and
then extinguishes.
With the front passenger airbag
deactivated:
* permanently illuminates yellow.
Airbag deactivation 3 42.
9 Danger
Risk of fatal injury for a child using
a child restraint system together
with activated front passenger
airbag.
Risk of fatal injury for an adult
person with deactivated front
passenger airbag.
Charging system
p illuminates red.
Illuminates when the ignition is
switched on and extinguishes shortly
after the engine starts.
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Illuminates when the engine is
running
Stop, switch off engine. Battery is not
charging. Engine cooling may be
interrupted. The brake servo unit may
cease to be effective. Seek the
assistance of a workshop.
Malfunction indicator light
Z illuminates or flashes yellow.
Illuminates when the ignition is
switched on and extinguishes shortly
after the engine starts.
Illuminates when the engine is
running
Fault in the emission control system.
The permitted emission limits may be
exceeded. Seek the assistance of a
workshop immediately.
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Instruments and controls
Flashes when the engine is
running
Fault that could lead to catalytic
converter damage. Ease up on the
accelerator until the flashing stops.
Seek the assistance of a workshop
immediately.
Brake system
R illuminates red.
Illuminates when the parking brake is
released if the brake fluid level is too
low 3 123.
9 Warning
Stop. Do not continue your
journey. Consult a workshop.
Illuminates if the brake vacuum servo
fails; the brake pedal becomes stiff
when pressed. The brake system
remains operational however,
assistance will be reduced. The
steering may also require
considerably more effort when
turning.
Illuminates after the ignition is
switched on if the parking brake is
applied 3 106.
Brake pad wear
F illuminates yellow.
The front brake pads are worn, seek
the assistance of a workshop
immediately.
Antilock brake system
(ABS)
u illuminates yellow.
Illuminates for a few seconds after the
ignition is switched on. The system is
ready for operation when the control
indicator extinguishes.
If the control indicator does not
extinguish after a few seconds, or if it
illuminates while driving, there is a
fault in the ABS. The brake system
remains operational but without ABS
regulation.
Antilock brake system 3 105.
Upshift
[ or Ò illuminates in the Driver
Information Centre (DIC) 3 74 when
gearshifting is recommended to
improve fuel economy.
Hill start assist
Z illuminates yellow.
Illuminates when the ignition is
switched on and extinguishes shortly
after the engine starts.
If the control indicator does not
extinguish after a few seconds, or if it
illuminates while driving, there is a
fault in the Hill start assist. Seek the
assistance of a workshop to have the
fault remedied.
The Electronic Stability Program fault
control indicator x may also
illuminate 3 71 in conjunction with
Z.
Depending on model variant, 9 will
illuminate as an alternative if control
indicator Z is not present. A warning
Instruments and controls
message may also be displayed in
the Driver Information Centre (DIC)
3 74.
Generic warning 9 3 68.
Ultrasonic parking assist 3 109.
Generic warning 9 3 68.
Hill start assist 3 106.
Electronic Stability
Program fault
Ultrasonic parking assist
x illuminates or flashes yellow.
r illuminates yellow.
Fault in system
or
Fault due to sensors that are dirty or
covered by ice or snow
or
Interference due to external sources
of ultrasound. Once the source of
interference is removed, the system
will operate normally.
Have the cause of the fault in the
system remedied by a workshop.
Depending on version, 9 will
illuminate as an alternative if control
indicator r is not present. A
warning message may also be
displayed in the Driver Information
Centre (DIC) 3 74.
Illuminates
A fault in the system is present.
Continued driving is possible. Driving
stability, however, may deteriorate
depending on road surface
conditions.
Have the cause of the fault remedied
by a workshop.
Flashes
The system is actively engaged.
Engine output may be reduced and
the vehicle may be braked
automatically to a small degree.
Electronic Stability Program 3 107,
Traction Control system (ASR)
3 107.
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Engine coolant
temperature
$ illuminates red.
Illuminates for a few seconds after the
ignition is switched on.
If control indicator $ illuminates in
conjunction with a message in the
Driver Information Centre (DIC), the
coolant temperature is too high. Seek
the assistance of a workshop.
Driver Information Centre (DIC)
3 74.
Caution
If engine coolant temperature is
too high, stop vehicle, switch off
the ignition. Danger to engine.
Check coolant level.
If the control indicator remains on,
seek the assistance of your
workshop.
Engine coolant temperature gauge
3 65.
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Instruments and controls
Preheating
! illuminates yellow.
Preheating is activated. Only
activates when outside temperature
is low.
Diesel particle filter
[ illuminates yellow.
The diesel particle filter requires
cleaning.
Continue driving until
[ extinguishes. If possible, do not
allow engine speed to drop below
2000 rpm.
Illuminates
The diesel particle filter is full. Start
cleaning process as soon as
possible.
Diesel particle filter 3 99, Stop-start
system 3 97.
Engine oil pressure
I illuminates red.
Illuminates when the ignition is
switched on and extinguishes shortly
after the engine starts.
Illuminates when the engine is
running
Caution
Engine lubrication may be
interrupted. This may result in
damage to the engine and/or
locking of the drive wheels.
1. Depress clutch.
2. Select neutral gear, set selector
lever to N.
3. Move out of the flow of traffic as
quickly as possible without
impeding other vehicles.
4. Switch off ignition.
9 Warning
When the engine is off,
considerably more force is needed
to brake and steer. During an
Autostop the brake servo unit will
still be operational.
Do not remove key until vehicle is
stationary, otherwise the steering
wheel lock could engage
unexpectedly.
Check oil level before seeking the
assistance of a workshop 3 120.
Change engine oil
Diesel engines with diesel
particle filter
I flashes red.
Illuminates when the ignition is
switched on and extinguishes shortly
after the engine starts.
The engine oil life monitor lets you
know when to change the oil. Control
indicator I will flash, together with a
message in the Driver Information
Instruments and controls
Centre (DIC), to indicate that engine
oil life has been diminished and the oil
needs changing.
Based on driving conditions, the
interval at which an oil change will be
indicated can vary considerably.
Depending on model variant, I may
flash in the following ways:
■ for 1 minute every 2 hours, or
■ for 3 minute cycles with I off for
intervals of 5 seconds.
The warning will be repeated every
time the engine is started, until the
engine oil is changed and the service
display is reset. Seek the assistance
of a workshop.
Service display 3 65.
If the control indicator does not
extinguish after a few seconds, or if it
illuminates while driving, the engine
oil level is insufficient.
Check oil level before seeking the
assistance of a workshop 3 120.
Low engine oil level
Flashes
y illuminates red.
Illuminates when the ignition is
switched on and extinguishes shortly
after the engine starts.
Low fuel
$ illuminates or flashes yellow.
Illuminates for a few seconds after the
ignition is switched on.
Illuminates
Level in fuel tank is too low. Refuel
immediately 3 113.
Never run the tank dry.
Catalytic converter 3 100.
Fault in fuel system.
Have the cause of the fault remedied
by a workshop.
Fuel gauge 3 64.
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Drain fuel filter
z illuminates yellow.
Illuminates when the ignition is
switched on and goes out shortly after
the engine starts.
Illuminates when the engine is
running
Indicates the presence of water in the
diesel. Seek the assistance of a
workshop immediately.
Immobiliser
d illuminates yellow.
Fault in the immobiliser system. The
engine cannot be started.
Stop-start system
Æ illuminates yellow.
A fault is present in the system.
Have the cause of the fault remedied
by a workshop.
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Instruments and controls
Depending on version, 9 will
illuminate as an alternative if control
indicator Æ is not present. A warning
message may also be displayed in
the Driver Information Centre (DIC)
3 74.
Generic warning 9 3 68.
Stop-start system 3 97.
Exterior light
8 illuminates green.
The exterior lights are on 3 83.
Exterior light failure
µ illuminates yellow.
One or more of the exterior lights is
faulty 3 125.
Depending on version, 9 will
illuminate as an alternative if control
indicator µ is not present. A warning
message may also be displayed in
the Driver Information Centre (DIC)
3 74.
Generic warning 9 3 68.
High beam
C illuminates blue.
Illuminated when high beam is on and
during headlight flash 3 83.
Information displays
Driver Information Centre
Fog light
> illuminates green.
The front fog lights are on 3 85.
Rear fog light
r illuminates yellow.
The rear fog light is on 3 86.
Cruise control
m illuminates green.
The system is on.
Cruise control 3 108.
Door open
\ illuminates red.
A door or the tailgate is open.
The Driver Information Centre (DIC)
is located in the instrument cluster
between the speedometer and
tachometer. Two versions are
available; a Standard version
Instruments and controls
■
■
■
■
Transmission display 3 101
Stop-start system indicator 3 97
Vehicle messages 3 80
Trip computer 3 81
Selecting menus and options
The menus and options can be
selected via the buttons on the
instrument panel.
and a Multifunction version with
further adjustable settings.
Some of the displayed functions differ
when the vehicle is being driven or at
a standstill. Some options are only
available when the vehicle is being
driven.
Depending on model variant, the
following items appear in the display:
■ Odometer, trip odometer 3 63
■ Clock 3 59
■ Outside temperature 3 59
■ Headlight range adjustment
3 84
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Press the SET ESC button:
■ once to access the settings menu
■ press again to access a menu
option and submenu options
■ after changes have been made,
briefly press again to confirm a
value and automatically return to
the previous display screen
Alternatively, press and hold the SET
ESC button to return to the previous
display screen without saving
changes to the current menu option.
Note
The settings menu is exited
automatically after a delay. Only
changes already confirmed by
briefly pressing the SET ESC button
are stored.
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Settings menu options Standard version
Press the R button to scroll up the
screen and the menu options or to
increase the displayed value. Press
and hold to increase value rapidly
(press again to stop on the required
value).
Press the S button to scroll down the
screen and the menu options or to
decrease the displayed value. Press
and hold to decrease value rapidly
(press again to stop on the required
value).
The settings menu contains the
following options:
■ ILLU
■ SPEEd
■ HOUR
■ UNIT
■ bUZZ
■ BAG P
■ DRL
ILLU (Brightness of interior lighting)
When driving at night with the low
beam on, adjust the brightness of the
vehicle's interior lighting (e.g.
instrument panel, climate control
display).
SPEEd (Speed limit warning chime)
Activate or deactivate the speed limit
warning chime or change the speed
limit. Speeds between 30 and
200 km/h can be stored.
When activated, the driver is alerted
with a warning chime when the set
speed limit is exceeded.
After accessing this menu option,
activate or deactivate the function
(set to On or Off) and confirm.
Press the SET ESC button when
activated (On) to access the current
set speed. Adjust as required and
confirm.
Warning chimes 3 80.
HOUR (Setting the clock)
Adjust the hours setting (flashing
value) and confirm. Adjust minutes
setting (flashing value) and confirm.
Clock 3 59.
UNIT (Unit of measurement)
Set the unit of measurement to km or
miles.
bUZZ (Warning chime volume)
Adjust the volume of warning chimes
and confirm. 8 volume levels are
available.
A chime is also sounded every time
the SET ESC, R or S button is
pressed.
Warning chimes 3 80.
Instruments and controls
BAG P (Passenger front and side
airbags activation/deactivation)
Activate the front passenger airbags
if an adult is occupying the front
passenger seat. Deactivate airbags
when a child restraint system is
installed on this seat.
9 Danger
Risk of fatal injury for a child using
a child restraint system on a seat
with activated front passenger
airbag.
Risk of fatal injury for an adult
person on a seat with deactivated
front passenger airbag.
After accessing this menu option,
activate or deactivate the airbags
(BAG P On or BAG P Off) and
confirm; a confirmation message
appears in the display. Select YES (to
confirm changes) or No (to cancel
changes).
Airbag deactivation 3 42.
DRL (Daytime running lights)
Activate the daytime running lights to
increase visibility of the vehicle during
daylight (set to On). Deactivate when
not required (set to Off).
Daytime running lights 3 84.
Settings menu options Multifunction version
The settings menu contains the
following options:
■ Lighting
■ Speed beep
■ Trip B data
■ Set time
■ Set date
■ Radio info
■ Autoclose
■ Unit of measurement
■ Language
■ Warning volume
■ Button volume
■ Seat belt buzzer
■ Service
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■ Passenger airbag
■ Daytime running lights
■ Exit menu
LIGHTING (Brightness of interior
lighting)
When driving at night with the low
beam on, adjust the brightness of the
vehicle's interior lighting (e.g.
instrument panel, climate control
display).
It is also possible to adjust the
brightness using the R or S buttons
without accessing the settings menu.
SPEED BEEP (Speed limit warning
chime)
Activate or deactivate the speed limit
warning chime or change the speed
limit. Speeds between 30 and
200 km/h can be stored.
When activated, the driver is alerted
with a warning chime when the set
speed limit is exceeded.
After accessing this menu option,
activate or deactivate the function
(set to On or Off) and confirm.
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Press the SET ESC button when
activated (On) to access the current
set speed. Adjust as required and
confirm.
Warning chimes 3 80.
TRIP B DATA
Activate or deactivate the second trip
computer (set to On or Off).
Trip B records average consumption,
distance travelled, average speed
and travel time (driving time). The
measurement can be restarted at any
time. Trip computer 3 81.
SET TIME (Setting the clock and
clock mode)
After accessing this menu option, it is
possible to either set the time or
change the clock mode between 12
hour and 24 hour clock.
Select Time and confirm. Adjust the
hours setting (flashing value) and
confirm. Adjust minutes setting
(flashing value) and confirm.
Select Mode and confirm. Select
12h or 24h and confirm.
Clock 3 59.
SET DATE
Adjust the year setting (flashing
value) and confirm. Adjust month
setting (flashing value) and confirm.
Adjust the day setting (flashing value)
and confirm.
RADIO INFO (Display audio and
radio information)
Activate radio info (set to On) to
display audio and radio information
(e.g. station frequency, RDS
messages, track number). Deactivate
when not required (set to Off).
Select Distance and confirm. Set the
unit of measurement to km or mi
(miles) and confirm.
Select Consumption and confirm.
When the Distance unit is set to km,
it is possible to set the unit of
measurement for fuel consumption to
either l/100km or km/l. When the
Distance unit is set to mi (miles), fuel
consumption is shown in mpg.
Select Temperature and confirm. Set
the unit of measurement to °C or °F
and confirm.
AUTOCLOSE (Automatic central
locking when driving)
Activate the autoclose feature (set to
On) to automatically lock the doors
when vehicle speed exceeds
20 km/h. Deactivate when not
required (set to Off).
LANGUAGE (for Display messages)
Display messages can be shown in
different languages, including:
English, German, French, Italian,
Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch, Polish
and Turkish. Select desired language
and confirm.
UNIT OF MEASUREMENT (for
Distance, Fuel consumption and
Temperature)
After accessing this menu option, it is
possible to set the unit of
measurement for distance, fuel
consumption and temperature.
WARNING VOLUME (Warning chime
volume)
Adjust the volume of warning chimes
and confirm. 8 volume levels are
available.
Warning chimes 3 80.
Instruments and controls
BUTTON VOLUME
A chime is sounded every time the
SET ESC, R or S button is pressed.
Adjust the volume of these chimes
and confirm. 8 volume levels are
available.
Warning chimes 3 80.
SEAT BELT BUZZER (Reactivate
warning chime for driver and/or front
passenger seat belt reminder)
This menu option is available only
when the seat belt reminder has
already been deactivated by a
workshop.
When reactivated, the driver and/or
front passenger are alerted with a
warning chime when the
corresponding seat belt is not
fastened.
Seat belt reminder 3 68.
SERVICE (Distance to next service)
Access this menu option to view the
remaining distance to the next
service.
The distance to next service is also
displayed automatically when the
distance reaches 2,000 km and is
repeated after every additional
200 km.
Service display 3 65.
PASSENGER AIRBAG (Passenger
front and side airbags activation/
deactivation)
Activate the front passenger airbags
if an adult is occupying the front
passenger seat. Deactivate airbags
when a child restraint system is
installed on this seat.
9 Danger
Risk of fatal injury for a child using
a child restraint system on a seat
with activated front passenger
airbag.
Risk of fatal injury for an adult
person on a seat with deactivated
front passenger airbag.
After accessing this menu option,
activate or deactivate the airbags
(Bag Pass On or Bag Pass Off) and
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confirm; a confirmation message
appears in the display. Select YES (to
confirm changes) or No (to cancel
changes).
Airbag deactivation 3 42.
DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHTS
Activate the daytime running lights to
increase visibility of the vehicle during
daylight (set to On). Deactivate when
not required (set to Off).
Daytime running lights 3 84.
EXIT MENU
Select this menu option to exit the
settings menu.
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Instruments and controls
Vehicle messages
Warning chimes
Only one warning chime will sound at
a time.
When starting the engine or
whilst driving
■ If seat belt is not fastened.
■ If a certain speed is exceeded with
the parking brake applied.
■ If the parking assist detects an
object.
■ If a fault is detected in the parking
assist.
■ If a door or the tailgate is not fully
closed when starting-off.
■ If the vehicle speed briefly exceeds
a set limit.
■ Vehicles with manual transmission
automated; neutral is not selected
or the foot brake has not been
depressed.
■ If a transmission fault is detected in
vehicles with manual transmission
automated.
■ If a warning message appears in
the Driver Information Centre
(DIC).
When the vehicle is parked
and/or the driver's door is
opened
■ When the key is in the ignition
switch.
■ Vehicles with manual transmission
automated; neutral is not selected,
the parking brake is not applied, or
the foot brake and/or the
accelerator pedal has not been
depressed.
Fuel system messages
Fuel cut-off system
In the event of a collision of a certain
severity, the fuel system is cut-off and
the engine is switched off
automatically, for safety reasons. A
corresponding warning message may
also appear in the Driver Information
Centre (DIC) 3 74.
To reset the fuel cut-off system and
enable the vehicle to be driven, refer
to "Vehicle shutdown" 3 96.
Instruments and controls
Trip computer
The trip computer provides
information on driving data, which is
continually recorded and evaluated
electronically.
The following functions can be
selected by pressing the TRIP button
repeatedly on the end of the wiper
lever:
Standard version
■ Average consumption
■ Instantaneous consumption
■ Range
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■ Distance travelled
■ Average speed
■ Travel time (driving time)
Trip B can be deactivated via the
Driver Information Centre (DIC) 3 74.
Multifunction version
To reset the trip computer, select one
of its functions, then press and hold
the TRIP button for a few seconds.
Two trip odometers, Trip A and Trip
B, are available for selection and are
recorded separately.
The information of the two trip
computers can be reset separately,
making it possible to display different
trip distances.
Trip A
■ Average consumption
■ Instantaneous consumption
■ Range
■ Distance travelled
■ Average speed
■ Travel time (driving time)
Trip B
■ Average consumption
■ Distance travelled
■ Average speed
■ Travel time (driving time)
Reset trip computer information
The following trip computer
information will be reset:
■ Average consumption
■ Distance travelled
■ Average speed
■ Travel time (driving time)
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The trip computer will reset
automatically when the maximum
value of any of the parameters is
exceeded.
Average consumption
Average consumption is displayed,
taking into consideration the distance
travelled and the fuel used since the
last reset.
The measurement can be restarted at
any time.
Instantaneous consumption
Display of the instantaneous fuel
consumption.
_ _ _ _ will appear in the display if the
vehicle is left parked with the engine
running for a long time.
Range
The range is calculated from the
current contents of the fuel tank and
the average consumption since the
last reset.
When the range is less than 50 km,
_ _ _ _ will appear in the display.
After refuelling, the range is updated
automatically after a brief delay.
The measurement can be restarted at
any time.
Note
The range will not be displayed if the
vehicle is left parked with the engine
running for a long time.
Distance travelled
Displays the distance driven since the
last reset.
The measurement can be restarted at
any time.
Average speed
The average speed since the last
reset is displayed.
The measurement can be restarted at
any time.
Interruptions in the journey with the
ignition off are not included in the
calculations.
Travel time (driving time)
The time elapsed since the since the
last reset is displayed.
The measurement can be restarted at
any time.
Exit trip computer
To exit the trip computer, press and
hold the SET ESC button for more
than 2 seconds.
Driver Information Centre (DIC) 3 74.
Interruption of power supply
If the power supply has been
interrupted or if the battery voltage
has dropped too low, the values
stored in the trip computer will be lost.
Lighting
Lighting
Exterior lighting
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High beam
Light switch
Exterior lighting ............................ 83
Interior lighting ............................. 86
Turn light switch:
§ = off / daytime running lights
9 = sidelights / headlights
Control indicator 8 3 74.
Tail lights
Tail lights are illuminated together
with headlights and sidelights.
To switch from low to high beam,
push lever.
To switch to low beam, pull lever.
Headlight flash
To activate the headlight flash, pull
lever.
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Lighting
Headlight range
adjustment
Manual headlight range
adjustment
To adapt headlight range to the
vehicle load to prevent dazzling:
Press À or Á buttons until the
required setting is displayed in the
Driver Information Centre (DIC) 3 74.
0 = Front seats occupied
1 = All seats occupied
2 = All seats occupied and load
compartment laden
3 = Driver's seat occupied and load
compartment laden
Headlights when driving
abroad
The asymmetrical headlight beam
extends visibility at the edge of the
road at the passenger side.
However, when driving in countries
where traffic drives on the opposite
side of the road, adjust the headlights
to prevent dazzling of oncoming
traffic.
Have the headlights adjusted by a
workshop.
Daytime running lights
Daytime running lights increase
visibility of the vehicle during daylight.
When the function is activated and
the ignition is switched on, the
headlights come on automatically and
instrument illumination is subdued.
The light switch must be in position
§. The daytime running lights switch
off when the ignition is switched off.
Note
The driver remains responsible for
switching on the low beam when
required, e.g. when driving through
a tunnel or at night.
When the function is deactivated, the
headlights do not come on
automatically when the ignition is
switched on and the light switch is in
position §.
The daytime running lights function is
activated/deactivated via a menu in
the Driver Information Centre (DIC)
3 74.
Lighting
Hazard warning flashers
Turn and lane-change
signals
Switch the indicator off manually by
moving the lever to its original
position.
Front fog lights
Operated with the ¨ button.
Lever up
= right turn signal
Lever down = left turn signal
If the lever is moved past the
resistance point, the turn signal is
switched on constantly. When the
steering wheel moves back, the turn
signal is automatically deactivated.
For five flashes, e.g. when changing
lanes, press the lever until resistance
is felt and then release.
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Operated with the > button.
Switching on front fog lights will
switch sidelights on automatically.
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Lighting
Rear fog lights
Misted light covers
The inside of the light covers may mist
up briefly in poor, wet and cold
weather conditions, in heavy rain or
after washing. The mist disappears
quickly by itself; to help, switch on the
headlights.
Operated with the r button.
The rear fog light can only be
switched on when both the ignition
and headlights or sidelights (with front
fog lights) are on.
Press the button again to turn the rear
fog light off, or turn off the headlights
and/or the front fog lights.
Reversing lights
The reversing lights come on when
the ignition is on and reverse gear is
selected.
Interior lighting
Instrument panel
illumination control
When driving at night with the low
beam on, adjust the brightness of the
vehicle's interior lighting (including
instrument panel, climate control
display etc.) via the settings menu of
the Driver Information Centre (DIC)
3 74.
To adjust brightness:
Standard version of DIC
1. Press the SET ESC button once
to access the settings menu.
2. Scroll through the menu options
using the R or S buttons until
menu option ILLU appears in the
display.
3. Press the R or S button to
increase or decrease the
displayed value.
4. Press SET ESC briefly to confirm
changes and automatically return
to the previous display screen.
Lighting
Multifunction version of DIC
1. Press the SET ESC button to
access the settings menu.
2. Scroll through the menu options
using the R or S buttons until
menu option LIGHTING appears
in the display.
3. Press the R or S button to
increase or decrease the
displayed value.
4. Press SET ESC briefly to confirm
changes and automatically return
to the previous display screen.
It is also possible to adjust the
brightness using the R or S buttons
without accessing the settings menu.
Driver Information Centre (DIC) 3 74.
Interior lights
Depending on model variant, during
entry and exit of the vehicle the front
and rear courtesy lights come on
automatically and then switch off after
a delay.
Note
In the event of an accident of a
certain severity, the interior lights
come on automatically. Fuel cut-off
system 3 80.
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Front courtesy light with reading
lights
Front courtesy light
Centre switch position: automatic
interior light.
To operate manually when the doors
are closed, press the lens on either
side.
Centre switch position: automatic
interior light.
Can be operated individually or
together with the 7 switch when the
doors are closed.
Press rocker switch 7 left or right to
operate respective reading light.
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Lighting
Rear courtesy lights
Removable rear courtesy light
Centre switch position: automatic
interior light.
To operate manually when the doors
are closed, press the lens on either
side.
Depending on model variant, the
removable rear courtesy light may
illuminate when the rear doors /
tailgate or sliding side doors are
opened and the central switch is in the
middle position.
Switch the light on permanently by
pressing the top part of the central
switch c.
Switch the light off permanently by
pressing the bottom part of the central
switch (AUTO OFF).
Load compartment lighting
Depending on model variant, load
compartment lighting switches on
when the rear doors / tailgate or
sliding side door is opened.
To use as a handheld torch, press the
button at the top of the lamp assembly
(see illustration) to release it and pull
torch down gently to remove. Press
the switch on the end of the torch to
turn the light on/off.
Replace the torch in its original
position to recharge the battery after
use.
Climate control
Climate control
Climate control systems ............... 89
Air vents ....................................... 92
Maintenance ................................ 93
Climate control systems
Heating and ventilation
system
89
Heating will not be fully effective until
the engine has reached normal
operating temperature.
Fan speed
Adjust the air flow by switching the fan
to the desired speed.
Air distribution
to head area
to head area and foot well
to foot well
to windscreen, front door
windows and foot well
V = to windscreen and front door
windows
M
L
K
J
=
=
=
=
Intermediate settings are possible.
Controls for:
■ Temperature
■ Fan speed
■ Air distribution
Heated rear window Ü 3 30.
Temperature
red = warm
blue = cold
Demisting and defrosting the
windows
■ Set temperature control to warmest
level.
■ Set fan speed to highest level.
■ Set air distribution control to V.
■ Switch on heated rear window Ü.
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Climate control
■ Open side air vents as required and
direct them towards door windows.
■ For simultaneous warming of the
foot well, set air distribution control
to J.
Air conditioning system
Cooling (AC)
Operated with the AC button and
functional only when the engine and
fan are running.
The air conditioning system cools and
dehumidifies (dries) the air when
outside temperature is a little above
the freezing point. Therefore
condensation may form and drip from
under the vehicle.
If no cooling or drying is required,
switch the cooling system off to save
fuel.
Air recirculation system
Operated with the 4 button.
9 Warning
Additional to the heating and
ventilation system, the air
conditioning system has:
AC = cooling
4 = air recirculation
The exchange of fresh air is
reduced in air recirculation mode.
In operation without cooling the air
humidity increases, so the
windows may mist up. The quality
of the passenger compartment air
deteriorates, which may cause the
vehicle occupants to feel drowsy.
In warm and very humid ambient air
conditions, the windscreen may mist
up from outside, when cold air is
directed towards it. If windscreen
mists up from outside, activate
windscreen wiper and deactivate V.
Maximum cooling
Briefly open the windows so that hot
air can disperse quickly.
■ Cooling AC on.
■ Air recirculation system 4 on.
■ Set air distribution control to M.
■ Set temperature control to coldest
level.
■ Set fan speed to highest level.
■ Open all air vents.
Climate control
Electronic climate control
system
Controls for:
■ Temperature
■ Air distribution and menu selection
■ Fan speed
AUTO = Automatic mode
= air recirculation
4
Ê
= demisting and defrosting
OFF = switch on/off
Heated rear window Ü 3 30.
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The preselected temperature is
automatically regulated. In the
automatic mode the fan speed and air
distribution automatically regulate the
air flow.
The system can be manually adapted
by use of air distribution and air flow
controls.
The electronic climate control system
is only fully operational when the
engine is running.
For correct operation do not cover the
sensor on the instrument panel.
Heating will not be fully effective until
the engine has reached normal
operating temperature.
When the minimum temperature is
set below 16 ℃, the electronic climate
control system runs at maximum
cooling. LO appears in the display.
If the maximum temperature is set
above 32 ℃, the electronic climate
control system runs at maximum
heating. HI appears in the display.
Automatic mode
Fan speed
Basic setting for maximum comfort:
■ Press AUTO button.
■ Open all air vents.
■ n on.
■ Set desired temperature.
Temperature preselection
Temperatures can be set to the
desired value.
For reasons of comfort, change
temperature only in small increments.
Turn AUTO knob to adjust.
clockwise
= warm
anticlockwise = cold
The selected fan speed is indicated
with bars in the display.
Press ] or < to increase or decrease
the fan speed.
maximum fan = all bars displayed
speed
minimum fan = one bar displayed
speed
Press n button to deactivate fan.
To return to automatic fan speed:
Press AUTO button.
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Climate control
Demisting and defrosting the
windows
Press the Ê button.
Temperature and air distribution are
set automatically and the fan runs at
a high speed.
When the vehicle reaches normal
operating temperature the function
remains active for approx. 3 minutes.
To return to automatic mode: press
button n or AUTO.
Air distribution
Press R, S and 6 buttons.
LED in buttons illuminate.
Arrows shown in the display indicate
the distribution settings.
Cooling
The air conditioning system cools and
dehumidifies (dries) when outside
temperature is above a specific level.
Therefore condensation may form
and drip from under the vehicle.
If no cooling or drying is required
press n again to switch the cooling
system off, thus saving fuel.
Manual air recirculation mode
Operated with the 4 button.
recirculation = LED in button
on
illuminated; D
appears in the
display
recirculation = LED in button
off
extinguishes; E
appears in the
display
9 Warning
The exchange of fresh air is
reduced in air recirculation mode.
In operation without cooling the air
humidity increases, so the
windows may mist up. The quality
of the passenger compartment air
deteriorates, which may cause the
vehicle occupants to feel drowsy.
In warm and very humid ambient air
conditions, the windscreen may mist
up from outside, when cold air is
directed towards it. If windscreen
mists up from outside, activate
windscreen wiper and deactivate V.
Air vents
Adjustable air vents
At least one air vent must be open
while cooling is on in order to prevent
the evaporator from icing up due to
lack of air movement.
9 Warning
Do not attach any objects to the
slats of the air vents. Risk of
damage and injury in case of an
accident.
Centre air vents
Climate control
Slide knob to the left to open vent.
Direct the flow of air by swivelling the
vent.
Slide knob to the right to close vent.
Fixed air vents
Additional air vents are located
beneath the windscreen and door
windows and in the foot wells.
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Maintenance
Air intake
Side air vents
Slide knob to the left to open vent.
Direct the flow of air by swivelling the
vent.
Slide knob to the right to close vent.
The air intake in front of the
windscreen in the engine
compartment must be kept clear to
allow air intake. Remove any leaves,
dirt or snow.
Pollen filter
The pollen filter cleans dust, soot,
pollen and spores from the air
entering the vehicle through the air
intake.
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Climate control
Air conditioning regular
operation
In order to ensure continuously
efficient performance, cooling must
be operated for a few minutes once a
month, irrespective of the weather
and time of year. Operation with
cooling is not possible when outside
temperature is too low.
Service
For optimal cooling performance, it is
recommended that the climate control
system be checked annually, starting
three years after initial vehicle
registration, including:
■ Functionality and pressure test
■ Heating functionality
■ Leakage check
■ Check of drive belts
■ Cleaning of condenser and
evaporator drainage
■ Performance check
Driving and operating
Driving and operating
Driving hints ................................. 95
Starting and operating ................. 95
Engine exhaust ............................ 99
Manual transmission .................. 101
Manual transmission
automated .................................. 101
Brakes ........................................ 105
Ride control systems ................. 107
Cruise control ............................. 108
Object detection systems ........... 109
Fuel ............................................ 111
Towing ....................................... 116
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Driving hints
Starting and operating
Control of the vehicle
New vehicle running-in
Never coast with engine not
running (except during
Autostop)
Many systems will not function in this
situation (e.g. brake servo unit, power
steering). Driving in this manner is a
danger to yourself and others. All
systems function during an Autostop,
but there will be a controlled reduction
in power steering assist and vehicle
speed is reduced.
Stop-start system 3 97.
Pedals
To ensure the pedal travel is
uninhibited, there must be no mats in
the area of the pedals.
Do not brake unnecessarily hard for
the first few journeys.
During the first drive, smoke may
occur because of wax and oil
evaporating off the exhaust system.
Park the vehicle in the open for a
while after the first drive and avoid
inhaling the fumes.
During the running-in period fuel and
engine oil consumption may be
higher and the cleaning process of
the diesel particle filter may take
place more often. Autostop may be
inhibited to allow for charging the
battery.
Diesel particle filter 3 99.
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Driving and operating
Ignition switch positions
Starting the engine
Starting the vehicle at low
temperatures
The start of the engine without
additional heaters is possible down to
-25 °С for diesel engines and -30 °C
for petrol engines. Required is an
engine oil with the correct viscosity,
the correct fuel, performed services
and a sufficiently charged battery.
Turbo engine warm-up
STOP = Steering wheel lock
released, ignition off
MAR = Ignition on, for diesel
engine: preheating
AVV = Starting
Manual transmission: operate clutch.
Do not operate the accelerator pedal.
Diesel engine: turn the key to position
MAR for preheating until control
indicator ! extinguishes.
Turn the key briefly to position AVV
and release.
Before restarting or to switch off the
engine, turn the key back to position
STOP.
During an Autostop, the engine can
be started by depressing the clutch
pedal.
Upon start-up, engine available
torque may be limited for a short time,
especially when the engine
temperature is cold. The limitation is
to allow the lubrication system to fully
protect the engine.
Vehicle shutdown
Fuel cut-off system
In the event of a collision of a certain
severity, the fuel system is cut-off and
the engine is switched off
automatically, for safety reasons. A
corresponding warning message may
also appear in the Driver Information
Centre (DIC) 3 74.
Driving and operating
Note
In addition, the vehicle is
automatically unlocked and the
interior lights are illuminated.
Turn the ignition key to position
STOP to prevent battery discharge
and seek the assistance of a
workshop immediately. Have the
vehicle checked for fuel leaks in the
engine compartment, beneath the
vehicle and near the fuel tank.
To reset the fuel cut-off system and
enable the vehicle to be driven:
1. Turn the ignition key to position
MAR 3 96
2. Switch the right turn signal on and
off again 3 85
3. Switch the left turn signal on and
off again
4. Repeat switching the right turn
signal on and off again
5. Repeat switching the left turn
signal on and off again
6. Turn the ignition key to position
STOP.
9 Danger
If you can smell fuel in the vehicle,
or a fuel leak is present, have the
cause of this remedied
immediately by a workshop. Do
not reset the fuel cut-off system, to
avoid the risk of fire.
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A battery sensor ensures that an
Autostop is only performed if the
battery is sufficiently charged for a
restart.
Activation
Fuel system messages 3 80.
The stop-start system is available as
soon as the engine is started, the
vehicle starts-off and the conditions
as stated below in this section are
fulfilled.
Overrun cut-off
Deactivation
The fuel supply is automatically cut off
during overrun, i.e. when the vehicle
is driven with a gear engaged but
accelerator is released.
Stop-start system
The stop-start system helps to save
fuel and to reduce exhaust emissions.
When conditions allow, it switches off
the engine as soon as the vehicle is
at a low speed or at a standstill, e.g.
at a traffic light or in a traffic jam. It
starts the engine automatically as
soon as the clutch is depressed.
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Driving and operating
Deactivate the stop-start system
manually by pressing the ^ button in
the centre console. LED in the button
illuminates to confirm deactivation.
Autostop
If the vehicle is at a low speed or at a
standstill, activate an Autostop as
follows:
■ Depress the clutch pedal
■ set the lever to neutral
■ release the clutch pedal
The engine will be switched off while
the ignition stays on.
An Autostop is indicated when ^
flashes in the Driver Information
Centre (DIC) 3 74.
Caution
The steering assist can be
reduced during an Autostop.
Conditions for an Autostop
The stop-start system checks if each
of the following conditions is fulfilled.
Otherwise an Autostop will be
inhibited.
■ The stop-start system is not
manually deactivated
■ the driver's door is closed or the
driver's seat belt is fastened
■ the battery is sufficiently charged
and in good condition
■ the engine is warmed up
■ the ambient temperature is not too
low
■ the climate control system does not
inhibit an Autostop
■ the self-cleaning function of the
diesel particle filter is not active
■ the vehicle has moved since the
last Autostop
■ the brake vacuum is sufficient
■ the windscreen wipers are
operating at fast speed
■ reverse gear is selected
Ambient temperature near to the
freezing point can inhibit an Autostop.
Certain settings of the climate control
system may inhibit an Autostop. See
Climate control chapter for more
details.
For manual transmission automated
vehicles, an Autostop may be
inhibited until a speed of approx.
10 km/h is reached.
New vehicle running-in 3 95.
Battery discharge protection
To ensure reliable engine restarts,
several battery discharge protection
features are implemented as part of
the stop-start system.
Restart the engine
Manual transmission
Driving and operating
The selector lever must be in neutral
to enable an automatic restart.
Depress the clutch pedal to restart the
engine.
Manual transmission automated
If the lever is in position N, select
another gear, otherwise release the
brake pedal or move the lever to +, –
or R.
When one of the following conditions
occurs during an Autostop, the
engine will need to be restarted
manually using the key.
■ the driver's seat belt is unfastened
and the driver's door is opened
■ three minutes have elapsed since
the engine was switched off
If an electrical accessory, e.g. a
portable CD player, is connected to
the power outlet, a brief power drop
during the restart may be noticeable.
Parking
■ Do not park the vehicle on an easily
ignitable surface. The high
temperature of the exhaust system
could ignite the surface.
■ Always apply parking brake. Apply
manual parking brake without
pressing release button. Apply as
firmly as possible on downhill or
uphill slopes. Depress the foot
brake at the same time to reduce
operating force.
■ Switch off the engine and ignition.
Turn the steering wheel until the
steering wheel lock engages.
■ If the vehicle is on a level surface or
uphill slope, engage first gear. On
an uphill slope, turn the front
wheels away from the kerb.
If the vehicle is on a downhill slope,
engage reverse gear. Turn the front
wheels towards the kerb.
■ Lock the vehicle.
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Engine exhaust
9 Danger
Engine exhaust gases contain
poisonous carbon monoxide,
which is colourless and odourless
and could be fatal if inhaled.
If exhaust gases enter the interior
of the vehicle, open the windows.
Have the cause of the fault
rectified by a workshop.
Avoid driving with an open load
compartment, otherwise exhaust
gases could enter the vehicle.
Diesel particle filter
The diesel particle filter system filters
harmful soot particles out of the
exhaust gases. The system includes
a self-cleaning function that runs
automatically during driving without
any notification. The filter is cleaned
by periodically burning off the soot
particles at high temperature. This
process takes place automatically
under set driving conditions and may
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Driving and operating
take up to 25 minutes. Typically it
needs 15 minutes. Autostop is not
available and fuel consumption may
be higher during this period. The
emission of smells and smoke during
this process is normal.
Under certain driving conditions, e.g.
short distances, the system cannot
clean itself automatically.
If the cleaning of the filter is required
and if previous driving conditions did
not enable automatic cleaning, it will
be indicated by control indicator
[. Simultaneously a message
may appear in the Driver Information
Centre (DIC) 3 74.
[ illuminates when diesel particle
filter is full. Start cleaning process as
soon as possible to avoid damage to
the engine.
Cleaning process
To activate cleaning process,
continue driving, keep engine speed
above 2000 rpm. Shift down if
necessary. Diesel particle filter
cleaning is then started.
Caution
If the cleaning process is
interrupted, there is a risk of
provoking severe engine damage.
Cleaning takes place quickest at high
engine speeds and loads.
The control indicator
[ extinguishes as soon as the
self-cleaning operation is complete.
Catalytic converter
The catalytic converter reduces the
amount of harmful substances in the
exhaust gases.
Caution
Fuel grades other than those listed
on pages 3 111, 3 157 could
damage the catalytic converter or
electronic components.
Unburnt petrol will overheat and
damage the catalytic converter.
Therefore avoid excessive use of
the starter, running the fuel tank
dry and starting the engine by
pushing or towing.
In the event of misfiring, uneven
engine running, a reduction in engine
performance or other unusual
problems, have the cause of the fault
rectified by a workshop as soon as
possible. In an emergency, driving
can be continued for a short period,
keeping vehicle speed and engine
speed low.
Driving and operating
Manual transmission
Caution
It is not advisable to drive with the
hand resting on the selector lever.
When gearshifting is recommended
to improve fuel economy, control
indicator [ or Ò illuminates in the
Driver Information Centre (DIC) 3 70.
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Manual transmission
automated
The manual transmission automated
(MTA) permits manual (manual
mode) or automatic gear shifting
(automatic mode), both with
automatic clutch control.
Transmission display
To engage reverse, with the vehicle
stationary, wait 3 seconds after
depressing the clutch pedal, pull up
the collar on the selector lever and
engage the gear.
If the gear does not engage, set the
lever to neutral, release the clutch
pedal and depress again; then repeat
gear selection.
Do not grind the clutch unnecessarily.
When operating, depress the clutch
pedal completely. Do not use the
pedal as a foot rest.
Shows the mode and current gear.
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Driving and operating
Starting the engine
Selector lever
Depress the foot brake when starting
the engine.
If the foot brake is not depressed, a
warning message appears in the
Driver Information Centre (DIC) in
conjuction with a warning chime
3 80 and the engine cannot be
started.
Note
The volume of the warning chime
can also be adjusted via the DIC.
Driver Information Centre (DIC)
3 74.
When the foot brake is depressed, the
transmission automatically shifts to
N (neutral) and the engine can be
started. There may be a slight delay.
R
+
-
= Reverse gear.
Engage only when vehicle is
stationary. The transmission
display shows "R" when
reverse gear is engaged.
= Shift to a higher gear.
= Shift to a lower gear.
Starting off
Always move the selector lever in the
appropriate direction as far as it will
go. Upon release, it automatically
returns to the centre position.
N
= Neutral.
= Drive position.
o
A/M = Switch between automatic
and manual mode.
The transmission display
shows AUTO when in
automatic mode.
When the engine is started, depress
the foot brake and move the selector
lever towards + to engage first gear.
Shift to a higher or lower gear by
moving selector lever to + or -.
Gears can be skipped by moving the
selector lever repeatedly at short
intervals.
The driver will be alerted to an
incorrect gear selection by an audible
warning chime in conjunction with a
message in the Driver Information
Centre (DIC) 3 74. The system will
downshift, selecting the most
appropriate gear automatically.
If R is selected, reverse gear is
engaged. The vehicle starts to move
when the foot brake is released. To
Driving and operating
start off quickly, release the foot brake
and accelerate immediately after
engaging a gear.
Move the selector lever towards A/M
to engage automatic mode; the
transmission shifts to other gears
automatically, dependent on driving
conditions.
To engage manual mode, move the
selector lever towards A/M. The
current gear will appear in the
transmission display.
Stopping the vehicle
In automatic or manual mode,
first gear is engaged and the clutch is
released when the vehicle is stopped.
In R, reverse gear remains engaged.
When stopping on gradients, engage
parking brake or depress the foot
brake. To prevent overheating of the
clutch, an intermittent audible
warning chime may sound as a signal
to depress the foot brake or apply the
parking brake.
Switch off engine if stopping for a
lengthy period, e.g. in traffic jams.
When the vehicle is parked and the
driver's door is opened, a warning
chime will sound if neutral is not
selected or the foot brake has not
been depressed.
Engine braking
Automatic mode
When driving downhill, the manual
transmission automated does not
shift into higher gears until a fairly
high engine speed has been reached.
It shifts down in good time when
braking.
Manual mode
To utilise the engine braking effect,
select a lower gear in good time when
driving downhill.
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Rocking the vehicle
Rocking the vehicle is only
permissible if the vehicle is stuck in
sand, mud, snow or a hole. Move the
selector lever between R and A/M (or
between + and -) in a repeat pattern,
while applying light pressure to the
accelerator pedal. Do not race the
engine and avoid sudden
acceleration.
Parking
Apply the parking brake. The most
recently engaged gear (see
transmission display) remains
engaged. With N, no gear is engaged.
When the ignition is switched off, the
transmission no longer responds to
movement of the selector lever.
If the ignition is not switched off, or the
parking brake has not been applied, a
warning chime will sound upon
opening the driver's door.
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Driving and operating
Manual mode
If engine speed is too low, the
transmission automatically shifts to a
lower gear.
In manual mode, no automatic
shifting to a higher gear takes place
at high engine revolutions. If engine
speed is too high, the transmission
only switches to a higher gear via
kickdown.
Kickdown 3 104.
Electronic driving
programmes
Eco mode E
When automatic mode is engaged,
the Eco mode can be selected to
reduce fuel consumption.
Eco mode selects the most suitable
gear depending on the speed of the
vehicle, the engine speed and the
intensity with which the accelerator is
pressed.
Activation
Press the E button on the selector
lever housing. Control indicator E is
shown in the transmission display to
indicate activation.
Deactivation
Eco mode is switched off by:
■ pressing the E button again,
■ switching to manual mode.
In order to protect the transmission at
extremely high clutch temperatures,
an intermittent audible warning chime
may sound. In such cases, depress
the foot brake, select "N" and apply
the parking brake to allow the clutch
to cool down.
Kickdown
If the accelerator pedal is pressed
past the pressure point, the
transmission shifts to a lower gear
depending on engine speed. Full
engine power is available for
acceleration.
Driving and operating
If engine speed is too high the
transmission switches to a higher
gear, even in manual mode. Without
kickdown this automatic shift is not
effected in manual mode.
Fault
In the event of a fault, control indicator
Ñ is shown in the transmission
display.
Continued driving is possible,
provided the vehicle is driven with
care and anticipation. A warning
message may appear in the Driver
Information Centre (DIC) in
conjunction with a warning chime
3 80.
Note
The volume of the warning chime
can also be adjusted via the DIC.
Driver Information Centre (DIC)
3 74.
Have the cause of the fault remedied
by a workshop.
Brakes
The brake system comprises two
independent brake circuits.
If a brake circuit fails, the vehicle can
still be braked using the other brake
circuit. However, braking effect is
achieved only when the brake pedal
is depressed firmly. Considerably
more force is needed for this. The
braking distance is extended. Seek
the assistance of a workshop before
continuing your journey.
When the engine is not running, the
support of the brake servo unit
disappears once the brake pedal has
been depressed once or twice.
Braking effect is not reduced, but
braking requires significantly greater
force. It is especially important to bear
this in mind when being towed.
Control indicator R 3 70.
Antilock brake system
Antilock brake system (ABS)
prevents the wheels from locking.
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ABS starts to regulate brake pressure
as soon as a wheel shows a tendency
to lock. The vehicle remains
steerable, even during hard braking.
ABS control is made apparent
through a pulse in the brake pedal
and the noise of the regulation
process.
For optimum braking, keep the brake
pedal fully depressed throughout the
braking process, despite the fact that
the pedal is pulsating. Do not reduce
the pressure on the pedal.
After starting off the system performs
a self-test which may be audible.
Control indicator u 3 70.
Fault
9 Warning
If there is a fault in the ABS, the
wheels may be liable to lock due
to braking that is heavier than
normal. The advantages of ABS
are no longer available. During
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Driving and operating
hard braking, the vehicle can no
longer be steered and may
swerve.
Have the cause of the fault remedied
by a workshop.
Parking brake
Manual parking brake
To release the parking brake, pull the
lever up slightly, press the release
button and fully lower the lever.
To reduce the operating forces of the
parking brake, depress the foot brake
at the same time.
A warning chime will sound if a certain
speed is exceeded with the parking
brake applied.
Note
The volume of the warning chime
can also be adjusted via the DIC.
Driver Information Centre (DIC)
3 74.
Control indicator R 3 70.
Brake assist
Always apply parking brake firmly
without operating the release button,
and apply as firmly as possible on a
downhill or uphill slope.
If the brake pedal is depressed
quickly and forcefully, maximum
brake force is automatically applied
(full braking).
Maintain steady pressure on the
brake pedal for as long as full braking
is required. Maximum brake force is
automatically reduced when the
brake pedal is released.
Hill start assist
The system helps prevent unintended
movement when driving away on
inclines.
When releasing the foot brake after
stopping on an incline, the brakes
remain on for a further two seconds.
The brakes release automatically as
soon as the vehicle begins to
accelerate.
If control indicator Z illuminates
while driving, there is a fault in the Hill
start assist 3 70. Seek the assistance
of a workshop to have the fault
remedied.
Driving and operating
Ride control systems
Traction Control system
The Anti-Slip Regulator (ASR) is a
component of the Electronic Stability
Control system.
ASR improves driving stability when
necessary, regardless of the type of
road surface or tyre grip, by
preventing the drive wheels from
spinning.
As soon as the drive wheels starts to
spin, engine output is reduced and
the wheel spinning the most is braked
individually. This considerably
improves the driving stability of the
vehicle on slippery road surfaces.
ASR is operational as soon as the
control indicator x extinguishes.
When ASR is active x flashes.
9 Warning
Do not let this special safety
feature tempt you into taking risks
when driving.
Adapt speed to the road
conditions.
Deactivation
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ASR is reactivated by pressing the
ASR OFF button again.
ASR is also reactivated the next time
the ignition is switched on.
Fault
ASR will switch off automatically in
the event of a fault. Control indicator
x will illuminate in the instrument
cluster in conjunction with a message
in the Driver Information Centre (DIC)
3 74. Seek the assistance of a
workshop.
Control indicator x 3 71.
Electronic stability
program
ASR can be switched off when
spinning of drive wheels is required:
press button ASR OFF briefly.
LED in button illuminates and a
message appears in the driver
information centre.
Electronic Stability Program (ESP)
improves driving stability when
necessary, regardless of the type of
road surface or tyre grip. It also
prevents the drive wheels from
spinning.
As soon as the vehicle starts to
swerve (understeer/oversteer),
engine output is reduced and the
wheels are braked individually. This
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Driving and operating
considerably improves the driving
stability of the vehicle on slippery road
surfaces.
ESP is operational as soon as control
indicator x extinguishes.
When ESP comes into action x
flashes.
The ESP system is automatically
activated when the vehicle is started
and cannot be deactivated
Seek the assistance of a workshop.
Control indicator x 3 71.
Cruise control
The cruise control can store and
maintain speeds above approx.
30 km/h. Deviations from the stored
speeds may occur when driving uphill
or downhill.
9 Warning
Do not let this special safety
feature tempt you into taking risks
when driving.
Adapt speed to the road
conditions.
Fault
In the event of a fault, the ESP will be
automatically switched off and control
indicator x will illuminate in the
instrument cluster in conjunction with
a message in the Driver Information
Centre (DIC) 3 74. The LED in the
ASR OFF button will also illuminate.
Do not use the cruise control if it is not
advisable to maintain a constant
speed.
Control indicator m 3 74.
Driving and operating
Switching on
Turn end of lever ON, control
indicator m illuminates in the
instrument cluster in conjunction with
a message in the driver information
centre.
Reduce speed
With cruise control active, push lever
downwards - or briefly push lever
downwards - repeatedly: speed
decreases continuously or in small
increments.
Activation
Deactivation
Increase speed
Resume stored speed
Accelerate to the desired speed and
push lever upwards +, the current
speed is stored and maintained.
Accelerator pedal can be released.
Vehicle speed can be increased by
depressing the accelerator pedal.
When the accelerator pedal is
released, the previously stored speed
is resumed.
With cruise control active, push lever
upwards + or briefly push lever
upwards + repeatedly: speed
increases continuously or in small
increments.
Alternatively accelerate to the desired
speed and store by pushing lever
upwards +.
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Object detection
systems
Parking assist
Automatic deactivation:
■ vehicle speed below approx.
30 km/h,
■ the brake pedal is depressed,
■ the clutch pedal is depressed,
■ the Traction Control system or
Electronic Stability Control is
operating.
Press button = at a speed above
30 km/h. The stored speed will be
obtained.
Switching off
Turn end of lever OFF, control
indicator m extinguishes. The stored
speed is deleted. Switching off the
ignition also deletes the stored speed.
The parking assist makes parking
easier by measuring the distance
between the vehicle and obstacles,
and giving acoustic signals. It is the
driver, however, who bears full
responsibility for the parking
manoeuvre.
The system consists of four ultrasonic
parking sensors in the rear bumper.
Control indicator r 3 71.
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Driving and operating
System operation
The parking assist is turned on
automatically when reverse gear is
engaged.
The intervals between the beeps
become shorter as the vehicle gets
closer to the obstacle. When the
distance is less than 30 cm, the
beeping is a continuous tone which
stops immediately when the distance
is increased.
Fault
In the event of a fault in the system,
r illuminates and a message is
displayed in the Driver Information
Centre (DIC) 3 74.
The following conditions could affect
the system's performance:
■ The ultrasonic sensors are not
clean. Keep the bumper free of
mud, dirt, snow, ice and slush.
■ The sensors are covered by frost or
ice.
■ The rear doors / tailgate are open.
■ An object was hanging out of the
rear doors / tailgate during the last
drive cycle. Once the object has
been removed, the parking assist
will return to normal operation.
■ An object or cover is attached to the
rear of the vehicle.
■ The bumper is damaged. Take the
vehicle to a workshop to repair the
system.
■ Other conditions, such as
vibrations from a jackhammer, are
affecting system performance.
In the event the system still does not
work properly, seek the assistance of
a workshop.
A warning chime is also sounded
briefly if a fault is present when
reverse gear is engaged 3 80.
Note
The volume of the warning chime
can also be adjusted via the DIC.
Driver Information Centre (DIC)
3 74.
Important hints for using the
parking assist systems
9 Warning
Under certain circumstances,
various reflective surfaces on
objects or clothing as well as
external noise sources may cause
the system to fail to detect
obstacles.
Special attention has to be paid to
low obstacles which can damage
the lower part of the bumper. If
such obstacles leave the detection
area of the sensors during
approach of the vehicle, a
continuous warning tone will
sound.
Driving and operating
Caution
Performance of the sensor can be
reduced when sensors are
covered, e.g. by ice or snow.
Performance of the parking assist
systems can be reduced due to
heavy loading.
Special conditions apply if there
are taller vehicles involved (e.g.
off-road vehicles, mini vans,
vans). Object identification in the
upper part of these vehicles
cannot be guaranteed.
Objects with a very small reflection
cross section, like objects of
narrow size or soft materials, may
not be detected by the system.
Parking assist will not avoid a
collision with objects which are out
of the detection range of the
sensors.
Note
The parking assist system
automatically detects factory-fitted
towing equipment. It is deactivated
when the connector is plugged in.
The sensor may detect a nonexistent object (echo disturbance)
caused by external acoustic or
mechanical disturbances.
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Fuel
Fuel for petrol engines
Only use unleaded fuel that complies
with European standard EN 228 or
E DIN 51626-1 or equivalent.
Your engine is capable of running
with E10 fuel that fulfills these
standards. E10 fuel contains up to
10 % bioethanol.
Use fuel with the recommended
octane rating 3 157. Use of fuel with
too low an octane rating can reduce
engine power and torque and slightly
increases fuel consumption.
Caution
Do not use fuel or fuel additives
that contain metallic compounds
such as manganese-based
additives. This may cause engine
damage.
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Driving and operating
Caution
Caution
Use of fuel that does not comply to
EN 228 or E DIN 51626-1 or
equivalent can lead to deposits or
engine damage and may affect
your warranty.
Use of fuel that does not comply to
EN 590 or similar can lead to
engine powerloss, increased wear
or engine damage and may affect
your warranty.
Caution
Use of fuel with too low an octane
rating could lead to uncontrolled
combustion and engine damage.
Fuel for diesel engines
Only use diesel fuel that complies
with EN 590.
In countries outside the European
Union use Euro-Diesel fuel with a
sulphur concentration below 50 ppm.
Fuel selector
Do not use marine diesel oils, heating
oils, Aquazole and similar dieselwater emulsions. Diesel fuels must
not be diluted with fuels for petrol
engines.
Fuel for natural gas
operation
Use natural gas with a methane
content of approx. 78 - 99 %. L-gas
(low) has approx. 78 - 87 % and H-gas
(high) has approx. 87 - 99 %. Biogas
with the same methane content can
also be used if it has been chemically
prepared and desulphurised.
Only use natural gas or biogas that
complies with DIN 51624.
Liquid gas or LPG must not be used.
Pressing button Y in the centre
console switches between petrol and
natural gas operation. The LED 1
status shows the current operating
mode.
1 off
= natural gas
operation.
1 illuminates = petrol operation.
As soon as the natural gas tanks are
empty, petrol operation is
automatically engaged. Control
indicator Y illuminates in the Driver
Information Centre (DIC) 3 74 until
the ignition is switched off.
Driving and operating
A slight loss of power and torque can
be expected in petrol operation. You
must therefore adapt your driving
style (e.g. during overtaking
manoeuvres) and vehicle loads (e.g.
towing loads) accordingly.
Every six months run the petrol tank
down until control indicator §
illuminates and then refuel. This is
necessary to maintain fuel quality as
well as system function necessary for
petrol operation.
Fill the tank completely at regular
intervals to prevent corrosion in the
tank.
Refuelling
Fuel filler flap is located at left rear
side of vehicle.
9 Danger
Before refuelling, switch off engine
and any external heaters with
combustion chambers. Switch off
any mobile phones.
Follow the operating and safety
instructions of the filling station
when refuelling.
9 Danger
Fuel is flammable and explosive.
No smoking. No naked flames or
sparks.
If you can smell fuel in your
vehicle, have the cause of this
remedied immediately by a
workshop.
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Caution
To avoid damage, do not attempt
to operate the sliding side door
when the fuel filler flap is open.
Note
Depending on model, the sliding
side door may be fitted with a safety
system that prevents the door from
being opened fully when the fuel
filler flap is open.
Sliding side door 3 22.
Caution
In case of misfuelling, do not
switch on ignition.
Release the fuel filler flap by pulling
the flap by hand.
Insert key into fuel filler cap and turn
anticlockwise to unlock.
To remove fuel filler cap, rotate
anticlockwise.
The fuel filler cap can be retained in
the bracket on the fuel filler flap.
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Driving and operating
To refuel, fully insert the pump nozzle
and switch it on.
After the automatic cut-off, the fuel
tank can be topped up with a
maximum of two doses of fuel.
Natural gas refuelling
Caution
Wipe off any overflowing fuel
immediately.
To close, replace fuel filler cap and
turn clockwise.
Insert key into fuel filler cap and turn
clockwise to lock, then remove key.
Close the fuel filler flap.
The capacity of the natural gas tank
depends on outside temperature,
filling pressure and type of refuelling
system.
Close the fuel filler flap after
refuelling.
Terms for "natural gas
vehicles" abroad:
German Erdgasfahrzeuge
English NGVs = Natural Gas Vehi‐
cles
Open the fuel filler flap.
9 Warning
Refuel only with a maximum
output pressure of 250 bar. Use
only temperature compensated
filling stations.
The refuelling procedure must be
completed, i.e. the filler neck must be
vented.
French Véhicules au gaz naturel –
or – Véhicules GNV
Italian
Metano auto
Terms for "natural gas" abroad:
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German Erdgas
English CNG = Compressed
Natural Gas
French GNV = Gaz Naturel (pour)
Véhicules - or CGN = carburantgaz
naturel
Italian
Metano (per auto)
Fuel filler cap
Only use genuine fuel filler caps.
Diesel-engined vehicles have special
fuel filler caps.
Fuel cut-off system
In the event of a collision of a certain
severity, the fuel system is cut-off and
the engine is switched off
automatically, for safety reasons.
Resetting the fuel cut-off system;
refer to "Fuel system messages"
3 80.
Fuel consumption - CO2Emissions
The fuel consumption (combined) of
the Opel Combo is within a range of
4.8 to 7.7 l/100 km.
The CO2 emission (combined) is
within a range of 126 to 179 g/km.
For the values specific to your
vehicle, refer to the EEC Certificate of
Conformity provided with your vehicle
or other national registration
documents.
General information
The official fuel consumption and
specific CO2 emission figures quoted
relate to the EU base model with
standard equipment.
Fuel consumption data and CO2
emission data are determined
according to regulation R (EC) No.
715/2007 (in the applicable version),
taking into consideration the vehicle
weight in running order, as specified
by the regulation.
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The figures are provided only for the
purpose of comparison between
different vehicle variants and must
not be taken as a guarantee for the
actual fuel consumption of a
particular vehicle.
Additional equipment may result in
slightly higher results than the stated
fuel consumption and CO2 figures.
Furthermore, fuel consumption is
dependent on personal driving style
as well as road and traffic conditions.
Natural gas
The fuel consumption information
was obtained using reference fuel
G20 (methane proportion
99 - 100 mol%) under prescribed
driving conditions. When using
natural gas with a lower proportion of
methane, the fuel consumption can
differ from the specified values.
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Driving and operating
Towing
General information
Only use towing equipment that has
been approved for your vehicle.
Vehicles with natural gas engine may
require special towing equipment.
Entrust retrofitting of towing
equipment to a workshop. It may be
necessary to make changes that
affect the cooling system, heat
shields or other equipment.
Fitting of towing equipment could
cover the opening of the towing eye.
If this is the case use the coupling ball
bar for towing. Always keep the
coupling ball bar in the vehicle.
Driving characteristics and
towing tips
Before attaching a trailer, lubricate
the coupling ball. However, do not do
so if a stabiliser, which acts on the
coupling ball, is being used to reduce
snaking movements.
For trailers with low driving stability
and caravan trailers with a permitted
gross vehicle weight of more than
1300 kg the use of a stabiliser is
strongly recommended when driving
above 80 km/h.
If the trailer starts snaking, drive more
slowly, do not attempt to correct the
steering and brake sharply if
necessary.
When driving downhill, drive in the
same gear as if driving uphill and
drive at a similar speed.
Adjust tyre pressure to the value
specified for full load 3 167.
Trailer towing
Trailer loads
The permissible trailer loads are
vehicle and engine-dependent
maximum values which must not be
exceeded. The actual trailer load is
the difference between the actual
gross weight of the trailer and the
actual coupling socket load with the
trailer coupled.
The permissible trailer loads are
specified in the vehicle documents. In
general, they are valid for gradients
up to max. 12 %.
The permitted trailer load applies up
to the specified incline and up to an
altitude of 1000 metres above sea
level. Since engine power decreases
as altitude increases due to the air
becoming thinner, therefore reducing
climbing ability, the permissible gross
train weight also decreases by 10 %
for every 1000 metres of additional
altitude. The gross train weight does
not have to be reduced when driving
on roads with slight inclines (less than
8 %, e.g. motorways).
The permissible gross train weight
must not be exceeded. This weight is
specified on the identification plate
3 154.
Vertical coupling load
The vertical coupling load is the load
exerted by the trailer on the coupling
ball. It can be varied by changing the
weight distribution when loading the
trailer.
Driving and operating
The maximum permissible vertical
coupling load (75 kg) is specified on
the towing equipment identification
plate and in the vehicle documents.
Always aim for the maximum load,
especially in the case of heavy
trailers. The vertical coupling load
should never fall below 25 kg.
Rear axle load
The permissible axle loads (see
identification plate or vehicle
documents) must not be exceeded.
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Vehicle care
General Information ................... 118
Vehicle checks ........................... 119
Bulb replacement ....................... 125
Electrical system ........................ 131
Vehicle tools .............................. 134
Wheels and tyres ....................... 135
Jump starting ............................. 144
Towing ....................................... 146
Appearance care ....................... 147
General Information
Vehicle storage
Accessories and vehicle
modifications
Storage for a long period of time
We recommend the use of genuine
parts and accessories and factory
approved parts specific for your
vehicle type. We cannot assess or
guarantee reliability of other products
- even if they have a regulatory or
otherwise granted approval.
Do not make any modifications to the
electrical system, e.g. changes of
electronic control units (chip tuning).
Caution
When transporting the vehicle on
a train or on a recovery vehicle, the
mud flaps might be damaged.
If the vehicle is to be stored for several
months:
■ Wash and wax the vehicle.
■ Have the wax in the engine
compartment and underbody
checked.
■ Clean and preserve the rubber
seals.
■ Fill up fuel tank completely.
■ Change the engine oil.
■ Drain the washer fluid reservoir.
■ Check the coolant antifreeze and
corrosion protection.
■ Adjust tyre pressure to the value
specified for full load.
■ Park the vehicle in a dry, well
ventilated place. Engage first or
reverse gear to prevent the vehicle
from rolling.
■ Do not apply the parking brake.
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■ Open the bonnet, close all doors
and lock the vehicle.
■ Disconnect the clamp from the
negative terminal of the vehicle
battery. Beware that all systems are
not functional, e.g. anti-theft locking
system.
Putting back into operation
When the vehicle is to be put back into
operation:
■ Connect the clamp to the negative
terminal of the vehicle battery.
Activate the electronics of the
power windows.
■ Check tyre pressure.
■ Fill up the washer fluid reservoir.
■ Check the engine oil level.
■ Check the coolant level.
■ Fit the number plates if necessary.
End-of-life vehicle
recovery
Information on end-of-life vehicle
recovery centres and the recycling of
end-of-life vehicles is available on our
website. Only entrust this work to an
authorised recycling centre.
Natural gas vehicles must be recycled
by a service centre authorised for
natural gas vehicles.
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Vehicle checks
Performing work
9 Warning
Only perform engine compartment
checks when the ignition is off.
The cooling fan may start
operating even if the ignition is off.
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Closing
9 Danger
Lower the bonnet and allow it to drop
into the catch. Check that the bonnet
is engaged.
The ignition system uses
extremely high voltage. Do not
touch.
Engine oil
Bonnet
Opening
Push the safety catch and open the
bonnet.
Pull the release lever and return it to
its original position.
Secure the bonnet support.
Check the engine oil level manually
on a regular basis to prevent damage
to the engine. Ensure that the correct
specification of oil is used.
Recommended fluids and lubricants
3 152.
Check with the vehicle on a level
surface. The engine must be at
operating temperature and switched
off for at least 5 minutes.
Pull out the dipstick, wipe it clean,
insert it to the stop on the handle, pull
out and read the engine oil level.
Insert dipstick to the stop on the
handle and make half a turn.
Vehicle care
We recommend the use of the same
grade of engine oil that was used at
last change.
The engine oil level must not exceed
the MAX mark on the dipstick.
Caution
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Coolant level
Caution
Too low a coolant level can cause
engine damage.
Overfilled engine oil must be
drained or suctioned out.
When the engine oil level has
dropped to the MIN mark, top up
engine oil.
Capacities 3 166.
Fit the cap on straight and tighten it.
Engine coolant
The coolant provides freeze
protection down to approx. -28 °C. In
northern countries with very low
temperatures, the factory filled
coolant provides frost protection
down to approx. -37°C.
Caution
Only use approved antifreeze.
If the cooling system is cold, the
coolant level should be between the
MIN and MAX mark. Top up if the
level is low.
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9 Warning
Power steering fluid
Washer fluid
If the fluid level in the reservoir falls
below the MIN mark consult a
workshop.
Fill with clean water mixed with a
suitable quantity of windscreen
washer fluid which contains
antifreeze.
Allow the engine to cool before
opening the cap. Carefully open
the cap, relieving the pressure
slowly.
To top up use a 1:1 mixture of
released coolant concentrate mixed
with clean tap water. If no coolant
concentrate is available, use clean
tap water. Install the cap tightly. Have
the coolant concentration checked
and have the cause of the coolant
loss remedied by a workshop.
Caution
Only washer fluid with a sufficient
antifreeze concentration provides
protection at low temperatures or
a sudden drop in temperature.
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Brakes
Battery
A squealing noise, or illumination of
brake pad wear control indicator F
indicates that the brake lining is at its
minimum thickness.
Continued driving is possible but
have the brake linings replaced as
soon as possible.
Once new brake linings are installed,
do not brake unnecessarily hard for
the first few journeys.
Brake pad wear indicator F 3 70.
The vehicle battery is maintenancefree provided that the driving profile
allows sufficient charging of the
battery. Short-distance-driving and
frequent engine starts can discharge
the battery. Avoid the use of
unnecessary electrical consumers.
Brake fluid
9 Warning
Brake fluid is poisonous and
corrosive. Avoid contact with eyes,
skin, fabrics and painted surfaces.
The brake fluid level must be between
the MIN and MAX marks.
When topping up, ensure maximum
cleanliness as contamination of the
brake fluid can lead to brake system
malfunctions. Have the cause of the
loss of brake fluid remedied by a
workshop.
Only use high-performance brake
fluid approved for the vehicle.
Brake and clutch fluid 3 152.
Batteries do not belong in household
waste. They must be disposed of at
an appropriate recycling collection
point.
Laying up the vehicle for more than
4 weeks can lead to battery
discharge. Disconnect the clamp from
the negative terminal of the vehicle
battery.
Ensure the ignition is switched off
before connecting or disconnecting
the vehicle battery.
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Replacing the battery
Note
Any deviation from the instructions
given in this paragraph may lead to
a temporary deactivation of the stopstart system.
Wiper blade replacement
Wiper blade on rear swing door
Lift the wiper arm until it stays in the
raised position, press button to
disengage the wiper blade and
remove.
Attach the wiper blade slightly angled
to the wiper arm and push until it
engages.
Lower wiper arm carefully.
Lift wiper arm, press and hold
retaining clip and detach wiper blade.
Attach the wiper blade slightly angled
to the wiper arm and push until it
engages.
Lower wiper arm carefully.
In vehicles with stop-start system,
ensure to have the correct battery
replaced.
We recommend that you have the
battery replaced by a workshop.
Stop-start system 3 97.
Charging the battery
9 Warning
On vehicles with stop-start
system, ensure that the charging
potential does not exceed 14.6
volts when using a battery
charger. Otherwise the battery
might be damaged.
Jump starting 3 144.
Vehicle care
Wiper blade on tailgate
Bulb replacement
Switch off the ignition and switch off
the relevant switch or close the doors.
Only hold a new bulb at the base! Do
not touch the bulb glass with bare
hands.
Use only the same bulb type for
replacement.
Replace headlight bulbs from within
the engine compartment.
Lift wiper arm, press retaining clips to
detach wiper blade.
Attach the wiper blade to the wiper
arm and push until it engages.
Lower wiper arm carefully.
Halogen headlights
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Headlights have separate systems for
low beam/side light 1 (outer bulb),
high beam/daytime running light 2
(inner bulb).
To access bulbs, pull off protective
covers.
Low beam
1. Remove protective cover.
2. Detach connector from bulb.
3. Disengage wire clip and remove
bulb from reflector.
4. Insert new bulb in reflector so that
the locating tab of the bulb aligns
with the reflector recess.
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5. Attach connector to bulb.
6. Engage wire clip.
7. Install protective cover.
High beam
1. Remove protective cover.
2. Detach connector from bulb.
3. Disengage wire clip and remove
bulb from reflector.
4. Insert new bulb in reflector so that
the bulb aligns with the reflector
recess.
5. Engage wire clip, plug connector
onto bulb.
6. Install protective cover.
Daytime running light
1. Remove protective cover.
Side light
1. Remove protective cover.
Withdraw sidelight bulb holder
from reflector by turning
anticlockwise.
2. Remove bulb from socket, insert
new bulb.
3. Insert bulb holder in reflector.
4. Rotate clockwise to engage.
5. Install protective cover.
2. Withdraw sidelight bulb holder
from reflector by turning
anticlockwise.
3. Remove bulb from socket, insert
new bulb.
4. Insert bulb holder in reflector.
5. Rotate clockwise to engage.
6. Install protective cover.
Front turn signal light
1. Remove protective cover.
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Tail lights
2. Withdraw bulb holder from
reflector by turning anticlockwise.
3. Push bulb into holder slightly,
rotate anticlockwise, remove and
renew bulb.
4. Insert bulb holder in reflector.
5. Rotate clockwise to engage.
6. Install protective cover.
1. Remove three retaining screws.
2. Remove light housing from
vehicle.
3. Disengage connector plug from
bulb holder.
4. Unscrew the four retaining screws
using a screwdriver. Turn bulb
holder for reverse light
anticlockwise and replace bulb.
5. Remove bulb holder and seal
from light housing.
6. Push bulb into socket slightly,
rotate anti-clockwise, remove and
renew bulb.
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9. Engage connector plug.
10. Insert light housing in body,
ensuring proper positioning.
Tighten three retaining screws.
Number plate light
Tailgate
Side turn signal lights
Have bulbs replaced by a workshop.
Brake light (1)
Turn signal light (2)
Tail light (3)
Tail light/fog light (4)
7. Install seal on bulb holder
ensuring it is fitted correctly.
Install bulb holder in light housing
ensuring that it engages properly.
Tighten four retaining screws
using a screw driver.
8. Install reverse light bulb holder
and turn clockwise to tighten.
Centre high-mounted
brake light
Have bulbs replaced by a workshop.
1. Insert screwdriver as indicated by
the arrows, press to the side and
release the bulb housing.
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Back doors
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Interior lights
Front and rear courtesy light
2. Turn the bulb holder anticlockwise
to remove from the bulb housing.
Remove the bulb by pulling.
3. Replace the bulb.
4. Insert bulb holder in bulb housing
and rotate clockwise
5. Install the bulb housing ensuring it
engages correctly.
1. Insert screwdriver as indicated by
the arrows, press to the left and
release the bulb housing.
2. Press bulb slightly towards spring
clip and remove.
3. Replace the bulb.
4. Install the bulb housing ensuring it
engages correctly.
1. Remove lens using a flat blade
screwdriver.
2. Open the rear cover.
3. Renew bulb.
4. Close rear cover.
5. Reinstall lens.
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Front courtesy light, reading
lights
Removable rear courtesy light
2. Prise the lamp assembly out with
a flat blade screwdriver at the
points illustrated.
3. Renew bulb.
4. Reinstall lamp assembly.
Instrument panel
illumination
Have bulbs replaced by a workshop.
1. Remove lens using a flat blade
screwdriver.
2. Open the rear cover.
3. Renew bulbs.
4. Close rear cover.
5. Reinstall lens.
1. Press the button at the top of the
lamp assembly to release it and
pull down gently to remove.
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Electrical system
Fuses
Data on the replacement fuse must
match the data on the defective fuse.
There are two fuse boxes in the
vehicle:
■ on the right of the engine
compartment, next to the battery
■ behind a cover on the lower part of
the instrument panel, on the driver's
side
Before replacing a fuse, turn off the
respective switch and the ignition.
A blown fuse can be recognised by its
melted wire. Do not replace the fuse
until the cause of the fault has been
remedied.
Some functions are protected by
several fuses.
Fuses may also be inserted without
existence of a function.
Fuse extractor
Use a fuse extractor to remove fuses.
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Engine compartment fuse
box
Place the fuse extractor on the
various types of fuse from the top or
side, and withdraw fuse.
The fuse box is on the right of the
engine compartment, next to the
battery.
To remove the protective cover and
access the fuses, remove the two
screws (see illustration).
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No. Circuit
Instrument panel fuse box
F09 Rear door switch
F10 Horn
F14 High beam
F15 PTCI heater
F19 Air conditioning system
F20 Heated rear window
F21 Fuel pump
F30 Fog lights
F84 CNG system
F85 Power outlets
F86 Cigarette lighter, heated seats
F87 Stop-start system
F88 Mirror heating
After having changed defective fuses
refit the fuse box cover.
If the fuse box cover is not closed
correctly, malfunction may occur.
The fuse box is located behind a
cover on the lower part of the
instrument panel, on the driver's side.
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No. Circuit
No. Circuit
Vehicle tools
F12 Right low beam
F53 Instrument panel
F13 Left low beam, headlight range
adjustment
F94 Power outlet load compartment
Tools
F31 Fusebox relays, body control
unit relays
F32 Courtesy lights
F36 Diagnostic connector, climate
control system, Infotainment
system
F95 Cigarette lighter, power outlet
Van
F96 Cigarette lighter, power outlet
F97 Heated front seat
F98 Heated front seat
F37 Instrument panel, braking
system
F38 Central locking system
F43 Windscreen washer system
F47 Power windows
F48 Power windows
F49 Exterior mirrors, Infotainment
system, parking assist
F51 Infotainment system, braking
system, clutch
The tools and the vehicle jacking
equipment are in the storage area
behind the front seat.
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Combo Tour
Wheels and tyres
Tyre condition, wheel condition
Drive over edges slowly and at right
angles if possible. Driving over sharp
edges can cause tyre and wheel
damage. Do not trap tyres on the kerb
when parking.
Regularly check the wheels for
damage. Seek the assistance of a
workshop in the event of damage or
unusual wear.
The tools and the vehicle jacking
equipment are in the load
compartment.
Winter tyres
Winter tyres improve driving safety at
temperatures below 7 °C and should
therefore be fitted on all wheels.
Tyres of size 185/65 R15,
195/65 R15 and 195/60 R16 C are
permitted as winter tyres.
In accordance with country-specific
regulations, affix the speed sticker in
the driver's field of view.
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Tyre designations
E.g. 215/60 R 16 95 H
215 = Tyre width, mm
60 = Cross-section ratio (tyre
height to tyre width), %
R
= Belt type: Radial
RF = Type: RunFlat
C
= Cargo or commercial use
16 = Wheel diameter, inches
95 = Load index e.g. 95 is
equivalent to 690 kg
H
= Speed code letter
Speed code letter:
Q = up to 160 km/h
S = up to 180 km/h
T = up to 190 km/h
H = up to 210 km/h
V = up to 240 km/h
W = up to 270 km/h
Tyre pressure
Check the pressure of cold tyres at
least every 14 days and before any
long journey. Do not forget the spare
wheel. This also applies to vehicles
with tyre pressure monitoring system.
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Unscrew the valve cap.
Tyre pressure 3 167 and on the label
on the door frame.
The tyre pressure data refers to cold
tyres. It applies to summer and winter
tyres.
Always inflate the spare tyre to the
pressure specified for full load.
Incorrect tyre pressures will impair
safety, vehicle handling, comfort and
fuel economy and will increase tyre
wear.
For safety reasons, it is
recommended that the tread depth of
the tyres on one axle should not vary
by more than 2 mm.
Tread depth
Check tread depth at regular
intervals.
Tyres should be replaced for safety
reasons at a tread depth of 2-3 mm
(4 mm for winter tyres).
Changing tyre and wheel
size
If tyres of a different size than those
fitted at the factory are used, it may be
necessary to reprogramme the
speedometer as well as the nominal
tyre pressure and make other vehicle
modifications.
After converting to a different tyre
size, have the label with tyre
pressures replaced.
9 Warning
If the pressure is too low, this can
result in considerable tyre warmup and internal damage, leading to
tread separation and even to tyre
blow-out at high speeds.
Tyres age, even if they are not used.
We recommend tyre replacement
every 6 years.
The legally permissible minimum
tread depth (1.6 mm) has been
reached when the tread has worn
down as far as one of the tread wear
indicators (TWI). Their position is
indicated by markings on the
sidewall.
If there is more wear at the front than
the rear, swap round front wheels and
rear wheels periodically. Ensure that
the direction of rotation of the wheels
is the same as before.
9 Warning
Use of unsuitable tyres or wheels
may lead to accidents and will
invalidate the vehicle type
approval.
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Wheel covers
Tyre chains
Tyre repair kit
Minor damage to the tyre tread can be
repaired with the tyre repair kit.
Do not remove foreign bodies from
the tyres.
Tyre damage exceeding 4 mm or that
is at tyre's sidewall cannot be repaired
with the tyre repair kit.
Wheel covers and tyres that are
factory approved for the respective
vehicle and comply with all of the
relevant wheel and tyre combination
requirements must be used.
If the wheel covers and tyres used are
not factory approved, the tyres must
not have a rim protection ridge.
Wheel covers must not impair brake
cooling.
9 Warning
9 Warning
Use of unsuitable tyres or wheel
covers could lead to sudden
pressure loss and thereby
accidents.
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Tyre chains are only permitted on the
front wheels.
Always use fine mesh chains that add
no more than 10 mm to the tyre tread
and the inboard sides (including chain
lock).
Do not exceed 50 km/h when tyre
chains are fitted.
9 Warning
Damage may lead to tyre blowout.
Do not drive faster than 80 km/h.
Do not use for a lengthy period.
Steering and handling may be
affected.
If you have a flat tyre:
Apply the parking brake and engage
first or reverse gear.
Van
The tyre repair kit is located under the
front seat or in the glovebox.
Combi
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The tyre repair kit is on the right side
in the load compartment behind a
cover.
1. Take the tyre repair kit from the
vehicle.
2. Remove the compressor.
3. Set the compressor upright near
the tyre.
4. Unscrew valve cap from defective
tyre.
5. Screw the flexible filler hose onto
the tyre valve.
6. The switch on the compressor
must be set to J.
7. Connect the compressor plug to
the power outlet or cigarette
lighter socket.
To avoid discharging the battery,
we recommend running the
engine.
8. Set the rocker switch on the
compressor to I. The tyre is filled
with sealant.
9. All of the sealant is pumped into
the tyre. Then the tyre is inflated.
Tyre pressure 3 167. When the
correct pressure is obtained,
switch off the compressor.
10. If a pressure of 1.5 bar is not
obtained within 5 minutes,
remove the tyre repair kit. Move
the vehicle one tyre rotation.
Reattach the tyre repair kit and
continue the filling procedure for
5 minutes. If a pressure of
1.8 bar is still not obtained within
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11.
12.
13.
14.
5 minutes, the tyre is too badly
damaged. Seek the assistance of
a workshop.
Do not run the compressor longer
than 20 minutes.
Detach the tyre repair kit.
Remove any excess sealant
using a cloth.
Take the label indicating
maximum permitted speed from
the sealant bottle and affix in the
driver's field of view.
Continue driving immediately so
that sealant is evenly distributed
in the tyre. After driving approx.
10 km (but no more than
10 minutes), stop and check tyre
pressure. Screw compressor air
hose directly onto tyre valve and
compressor when doing this.
If tyre pressure is more than
1.8 bar, set it to the correct value.
Repeat the procedure until there
is no more loss of pressure.
If the tyre pressure has fallen
below 1.8 bar, the vehicle must
not be used. Seek the assistance
of a workshop.
15. Stow away tyre repair kit in load
compartment.
Note
The driving characteristics of the
repaired tyre are severely affected,
therefore have this tyre replaced.
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If unusual noise is heard or the
compressor becomes hot, turn
compressor off and allow to cool.
Note the expiry date of the kit. After
this date its sealing capability is no
longer guaranteed. Pay attention to
storage information on sealant
bottle.
Replace the used sealant bottle.
Dispose of the bottle as prescribed
by applicable laws.
The compressor and sealant can be
used from approx. -20 °C.
Replacing the sealant canister
To replace the sealant canister:
1. Disconnect the compressor air
hose.
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2. Turn the canister anticlockwise to
lift it out.
3. Insert the new canister and turn it
clockwise.
4. Connect the compressor air hose
to the canister and fit the flexible
filler tube into its allocated space.
Wheel changing
Some vehicles are equipped with a
tyre repair kit instead of a spare wheel
3 137.
Make the following preparations and
observe the following information:
■ Park the vehicle on a level, firm and
non-skid surface. The front wheels
must be in the straight-ahead
position.
■ Apply the parking brake and
engage first or reverse gear.
■ Remove the spare wheel 3 142.
■ Never change more than one wheel
at once.
■ Use the jack only to change wheels
in case of puncture, not for
seasonal winter or summer tyre
change.
■ If the ground on which the vehicle
is standing is soft, a solid board
(max. 1 cm thick) should be placed
under the jack.
■ No people or animals may be in the
vehicle when it is jacked-up.
■ Never crawl under a jacked-up
vehicle.
■ Do not start the vehicle when it is
raised on the jack.
■ Clean wheel nuts and thread with a
clean cloth before mounting the
wheel.
9 Warning
Do not grease wheel bolt, wheel
nut and wheel nut cone.
1. Disengage wheel nut caps with a
screwdriver and remove. Pull off
the wheel cover using a suitable
tool.
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2. Attach wheel wrench securely
and loosen each wheel nut by half
a turn.
3. Vehicle jacking points are located
at the front and rear.
4. Set the jack to the necessary
height. Position it directly below
the jacking point in a manner that
prevents it from slipping.
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With the jack correctly aligned,
rotate until wheel is clear of the
ground.
5. Unscrew the wheel nuts.
6. Change the wheel. Spare wheel
3 142.
7. Screw on the wheel nuts.
8. Lower vehicle.
9. Install the wheel wrench ensuring
that it locates securely and tighten
each nut in a crosswise
sequence. Tightening torque is
85 Nm (steel wheel) or 120 Nm
(alloy wheel).
10. Align the valve hole in the wheel
cover with the tyre valve before
installing.
Install wheel nut caps.
11. Stow the replaced wheel 3 142
and the vehicle tools 3 134.
12. Check the tyre pressure of the
installed tyre and the wheel nut
torque as soon as possible.
Have the defective tyre renewed or
repaired as soon as possible.
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Spare wheel
Some vehicles are equipped with a
tyre repair kit 3 137 instead of a spare
wheel.
The spare wheel can be classified as
a temporary spare wheel depending
on the size compared to the other
mounted wheels and country
regulations.
Caution
The use of a spare wheel that is
smaller than the other wheels or in
combination with winter tyres
could affect driveability. Have the
defective tyre replaced as soon as
possible.
Depending on model variant, the
spare wheel is stored beneath the
floor or in the load compartment.
1. Attach the extension bar 2 to the
wheel wrench 1. Vehicle tools
3 134.
2. Insert the wheel wrench into the
aperture in the load compartment
floor.
3. Rotate the wheel wrench to lower
the spare wheel to the floor.
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5. Unscrew knob 2 and release
cable attachment 1 from spare
wheel.
6. Change the wheel.
7. Position the replaced wheel at the
rear of the vehicle with the outside
of the wheel facing downwards.
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Have the defective tyre renewed or
repaired as soon as possible.
CNG vehicles
Vehicles with CNG; the spare wheel
is located in the load compartment.
4. Withdraw spare wheel from
beneath the vehicle.
8. Pass the retainer 1 through the
hole in the rim, inserting the
locating pin into one of the bolt
holes and secure with knob 2.
9. Insert the wheel wrench into the
aperture in the load compartment
floor and rotate to fully raise the
spare wheel.
1. Unscrew two bolts using the
wheel wrench and remove spare
wheel from bracket. Vehicle tools
3 134.
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2. Change the wheel.
3. Position the replaced spare wheel
onto the bracket ensuring correct
alignment of the locating pin.
4. Secure spare wheel by tightening
two bolts using the wheel wrench.
Have the defective tyre renewed or
repaired as soon as possible.
Directional tyres
Fit directional tyres such that they roll
in the direction of travel. The rolling
direction is indicated by a symbol
(e.g. an arrow) on the sidewall.
The following applies to tyres fitted
opposing the rolling direction:
■ Driveability may be affected. Have
the defective tyre renewed or
repaired as soon as possible.
■ Drive particularly carefully on wet
and snow-covered road surfaces.
Jump starting
Do not start with quick charger.
A vehicle with a discharged battery
can be started using jump leads and
the battery of another vehicle.
9 Warning
Be extremely careful when starting
with jump leads. Any deviation
from the following instructions can
lead to injuries or damage caused
by battery explosion or damage to
the electrical systems of both
vehicles.
9 Warning
Avoid contact of the battery with
eyes, skin, fabrics and painted
surfaces. The fluid contains
sulphuric acid which can cause
injuries and damage in the event
of direct contact.
■ Never expose the battery to naked
flames or sparks.
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■ A discharged battery can already
freeze at a temperature of 0 °C.
Defrost the frozen battery before
connecting jump leads.
■ Wear eye protection and protective
clothing when handling a battery.
■ Use a booster battery with the
same voltage (12 Volts). Its
capacity (Ah) must not be much
less than that of the discharged
battery.
■ Use jump leads with insulated
terminals and a cross section of at
least 16 mm2 (25 mm2 for diesel
engines).
■ Do not disconnect the discharged
battery from the vehicle.
■ Switch off all unnecessary electrical
consumers.
■ Do not lean over the battery during
jump starting.
■ Do not allow the terminals of one
lead to touch those of the other
lead.
■ The vehicles must not come into
contact with each other during the
jump starting process.
■ Apply the parking brake,
transmission in neutral.
Lead connection order:
1. Connect the red lead to the
positive terminal of the booster
battery.
2. Connect the other end of the red
lead to the positive terminal of the
discharged battery.
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3. Connect the black lead to the
negative terminal of the booster
battery.
4. Connect the other end of the black
lead to a vehicle grounding point,
such as the engine block or an
engine mounting bolt. Connect as
far away from the discharged
battery as possible, however at
least 60 cm.
Route the leads so that they cannot
catch on rotating parts in the engine
compartment.
To start the engine:
1. Start the engine of the vehicle
providing the jump.
2. After 5 minutes, start the other
engine. Start attempts should be
made for no longer than
15 seconds at an interval of
1 minute.
3. Allow both engines to idle for
approx. 3 minutes with the leads
connected.
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4. Switch on electrical consumers
(e.g. headlights, heated rear
window) of the vehicle receiving
the jump start.
5. Reverse above sequence exactly
when removing leads.
Towing
Towing the vehicle
Caution
The towing eye must only be used
for towing and not for recovering
the vehicle.
Switch on ignition to release steering
wheel lock and to permit operation of
brake lights, horn and windscreen
wiper.
Transmission in neutral.
Release the cap by carefully lifting
with a screwdriver. To prevent
damage, it is recommended to place
a cloth between the screwdriver and
the frame.
The towing eye is stowed with the
vehicle tools 3 134.
Screw in the towing eye as far as it will
go until it stops in a horizontal
position.
Attach a tow rope – or better still a tow
rod – to the towing eye.
Note
If neutral cannot be selected on
vehicles with manual transmission
automated (MTA), the vehicle must
only be towed with the drive wheels
raised off the ground.
Caution
Drive slowly. Do not drive jerkily.
Excessive tractive force can
damage the vehicle.
When the engine is not running,
considerably more force is needed to
brake and steer.
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To prevent the entry of exhaust gases
from the towing vehicle, switch on the
air recirculation and close the
windows.
Seek the assistance of a workshop.
After towing, unscrew the towing eye
and replace the cap.
Towing another vehicle
The towing eye is stowed with the
vehicle tools 3 134.
Screw in the towing eye as far as it will
go until it stops in a horizontal
position.
Attach a tow rope – or even better a
tow bar – to the towing eye.
The towing eye must only be used for
towing and not for recovering a
vehicle.
Caution
Drive slowly. Do not drive jerkily.
Excessive tractive force can
damage the vehicle.
After towing, unscrew the towing eye.
Insert cap.
Insert a screwdriver in the slot at the
side of the cap. Release the cap by
carefully levering the screwdriver. To
prevent damage it is recommended to
place a cloth between the screwdriver
and the frame.
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Appearance care
Exterior care
Locks
The locks are lubricated at the factory
using a high quality lock cylinder
grease. Use de-icing agent only when
absolutely necessary, as this has a
degreasing effect and impairs lock
function. After using de-icing agent,
have the locks regreased by a
workshop.
Washing
The paintwork of your vehicle is
exposed to environmental influences.
Wash and wax your vehicle regularly.
When using automatic vehicle
washes, select a programme that
includes waxing.
Bird droppings, dead insects, resin,
pollen and the like should be cleaned
off immediately, as they contain
aggressive constituents which can
cause paint damage.
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If using a vehicle wash, comply with
the vehicle wash manufacturer's
instructions. The windscreen wiper
and rear window wiper must be
switched off. Remove antenna and
external accessories such as roof
racks etc.
If you wash your vehicle by hand,
make sure that the insides of the
wheel housings are also thoroughly
rinsed out.
Clean edges and folds on opened
doors and the bonnet as well as the
areas they cover.
Caution
Always use a cleaning agent with
a pH value of 4 to 9.
Do not use cleaning agents on hot
surfaces.
Have the door hinges of all doors
greased by a workshop.
Do not clean the engine compartment
with a steam-jet or high-pressure jet
cleaner.
Thoroughly rinse and leather-off the
vehicle. Rinse leather frequently. Use
separate leathers for painted and
glass surfaces: remnants of wax on
the windows will impair vision.
Do not use hard objects to remove
spots of tar. Use tar removal spray on
painted surfaces.
Exterior lights
Headlight and other light covers are
made of plastic. Do not use any
abrasive or caustic agents, do not use
an ice scraper, and do not clean them
dry.
Polishing and waxing
Wax the vehicle regularly (at the
latest when water no longer beads).
Otherwise, the paintwork will dry out.
Polishing is necessary only if the paint
has become dull or if solid deposits
have become attached to it.
Paintwork polish with silicone forms a
protective film, making waxing
unnecessary.
Plastic body parts must not be treated
with wax or polishing agents.
Windows and windscreen wiper
blades
Use a soft lint-free cloth or chamois
leather together with window cleaner
and insect remover.
When cleaning the rear window,
make sure the heating element inside
is not damaged.
For mechanical removal of ice, use a
sharp-edged ice scraper. Press the
scraper firmly against the glass so
that no dirt can get under it and
scratch the glass.
Clean smearing wiper blades with a
soft cloth and window cleaner.
Glass panel
Never clean with solvents or abrasive
agents, fuels, aggressive media (e.g.
paint cleaner, acetone-containing
solutions etc.), acidic or highly
alkaline media or abrasive pads. Do
not apply wax or polishing agents to
the glass panel.
Wheels and tyres
Do not use high-pressure jet
cleaners.
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Clean rims with a pH-neutral wheel
cleaner.
Rims are painted and can be treated
with the same agents as the body.
Paintwork damage
Rectify minor paintwork damage with
a touch-up pen before rust forms.
Have more extensive damage or rust
areas repaired by a workshop.
Underbody
Some areas of the vehicle underbody
have a PVC undercoating while other
critical areas have a durable
protective wax coating.
After the underbody is washed, check
the underbody and have it waxed if
necessary.
Bitumen/rubber materials could
damage the PVC coating. Have
underbody work carried out by a
workshop.
Before and after winter, wash the
underbody and have the protective
wax coating checked.
Natural gas system
Do not direct the steam jet or highpressure jet towards natural gas
system components. It is particularly
important to protect the natural gas
tank and the pressure valves on the
vehicle underbody and the bulkhead
in the engine compartment.
These components must not be
treated using chemical cleaners or
preservatives.
Have components of the natural gas
system cleaned by a workshop
authorised to carry out maintenance
of natural gas vehicles.
Towing equipment
Do not clean the coupling ball bar with
a steam-jet or high-pressure jet
cleaner.
Interior care
Interior and upholstery
Only clean the vehicle interior,
including the instrument panel fascia
and panelling, with a dry cloth or
interior cleaner.
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Clean the leather upholstery with
clear water and a soft cloth. In case of
heavy soiling, use leather care.
The instrument panel should only be
cleaned using a soft damp cloth.
Clean fabric upholstery with a
vacuum cleaner and brush. Remove
stains with an upholstery cleaner.
Clothing fabrics may not be
colourfast. This could cause visible
discolourations, especially on lightcoloured upholstery. Removable
stains and discolourations should be
cleaned as soon as possible.
Clean seat belts with lukewarm water
or interior cleaner.
Caution
Close Velcro fasteners as open
Velcro fasteners on clothing could
damage seat upholstery.
The same applies to clothing with
sharp-edged objects, like zips or
belts or studded jeans.
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Plastic and rubber parts
Plastic and rubber parts can be
cleaned with the same cleaner as
used to clean the body. Use interior
cleaner if necessary. Do not use any
other agent. Avoid solvents and petrol
in particular. Do not use highpressure jet cleaners.
Service and maintenance
Service and
maintenance
General information ................... 151
Recommended fluids, lubricants
and parts .................................... 152
General information
Service information
In order to ensure economical and
safe vehicle operation and to
maintain the value of your vehicle, it
is of vital importance that all
maintenance work is carried out at the
proper intervals as specified.
The detailed, up-to-date service
schedule for your vehicle is available
at the workshop.
Service display 3 65.
Service intervals - petrol and
CNG engines
Maintenance of your vehicle is
required every 30,000 km or one
year, whichever occurs first.
Service intervals - diesel
engines
Maintenance of your vehicle is
required every 35,000 km, or one
year, whichever occurs first, unless
otherwise indicated in the Driver
Information Centre.
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Confirmations
Confirmation of service is recorded in
the Service and Warranty Booklet.
The date and mileage is completed
with the stamp and signature of the
servicing workshop.
Make sure that the Service and
Warranty Booklet is completed
correctly as continuous proof of
service is essential if any warranty or
goodwill claims are to be met, and is
also a benefit when selling the
vehicle.
Service interval with remaining
engine oil life duration
The service interval is based on
several parameters depending on
usage.
When the engine oil requires
changing, control indicator I will
flash in conjunction with a message in
the Driver Information Centre (DIC)
3 72.
Service display 3 65.
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Service and maintenance
Recommended fluids,
lubricants and parts
Recommended fluids and
lubricants
Only use products that meet the
recommended specifications.
Damage resulting from the use of
products not in line with these
specifications will not be covered by
the warranty.
9 Warning
Operating materials are
hazardous and could be
poisonous. Handle with care. Pay
attention to information given on
the containers.
Engine oil
Engine oil is identified by its quality
and its viscosity. Quality is more
important than viscosity when
selecting which engine oil to use. The
oil quality ensures e.g. engine
cleanliness, wear protection and oil
ageing control, whereas viscosity
grade gives information on the oil's
thickness over a temperature range.
Dexos is the newest engine oil quality
that provides optimum protection for
petrol and diesel engines. If it is
unavailable, engine oils of other listed
qualities must be used.
Recommendations for petrol engines
are also valid for Compressed Natural
Gas (CNG) fuelled engines.
Select the appropriate engine oil
based on its quality and viscosity
3 155.
Topping up engine oil
Engine oils of different manufacturers
and brands can be mixed as long as
they comply with the required engine
oil quality and viscosity.
Use of engine oil with only
ACEA A1/B1 or only A5/B5 quality is
prohibited, since it can cause longterm engine damage under certain
operating conditions.
Select the appropriate engine oil
based on its quality and viscosity
3 155.
Additional engine oil additives
The use of additional engine oil
additives could cause damage and
invalidate the warranty.
Engine oil viscosity
The SAE viscosity grade gives
information on the thickness of the oil.
Multigrade oil is indicated by two
figures, e.g. SAE 5W-30. The first
figure, followed by a W, indicates the
low temperature viscosity and the
second figure the high temperature
viscosity.
Select the appropriate viscosity grade
3 155.
All of the recommended viscosity
grades are suitable for high ambient
temperatures.
Coolant and antifreeze
Use only antifreeze approved for the
vehicle. Consult a workshop.
The system is factory filled with
coolant designed for excellent
corrosion protection and frost
protection down to approx. -28 °C. In
northern countries with very low
Service and maintenance
temperatures the factory filled coolant
provides frost protection down to
approx. -37°C. This concentration
should be maintained all year round.
The use of additional coolant
additives that intend to give additional
corrosion protection or seal against
minor leaks can cause function
problems. Liability for consequences
resulting from the use of additional
coolant additives will be rejected.
Brake and clutch fluid
Only use high-performance brake
fluid approved for the vehicle. Consult
a workshop.
Over time, brake fluid absorbs
moisture which will reduce braking
effectiveness. The brake fluid should
therefore be replaced at the specified
interval.
Brake fluid should be stored in a
sealed container to avoid water
absorption.
Ensure brake fluid does not become
contaminated.
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154
Technical data
Technical data
Vehicle identification .................. 154
Vehicle data ............................... 155
Vehicle identification
Vehicle Identification
Number
and in the floor on the front passenger
side behind a cover.
Identification plate
The Vehicle Identification Number is
visible through the windscreen
The identification plate is in the
engine compartment.
Technical data
8
= Engine type
9-11 = Vehicle-specific or countryspecific data
Information on identification label:
1
= Type approval number
2
= Vehicle Identification
Number
3
= Vehicle type identification
code
4
= Permissible gross vehicle
weight rating in kg
5
= Permissible gross train
weight in kg
6
= Maximum permissible front
axle load in kg
7
= Maximum permissible rear
axle load in kg
The combined total of front and rear
axle loads must not exceed the
permissible gross vehicle weight. For
example, if the front axle is bearing its
maximum permissible load, the rear
axle can only bear a load that is equal
to the gross vehicle weight minus the
front axle load.
The technical data is determined in
accordance with European
Community standards. We reserve
the right to make modifications.
Specifications in the vehicle
documents always have priority over
those given in this manual.
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Vehicle data
Recommended fluids and
lubricants
Required engine oil quality
Petrol /
Engine oil CNG
quality
engines
Diesel
engines
dexos 2
✔
✔
In case dexos quality is unavailable in
International countries you may use
the oil qualities listed below:
Petrol /
Engine oil CNG
quality
engines
Diesel
engines
GM-LLA-025
✔
-
GM-LLB-025
-
✔
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Technical data
Engine oil viscosity grades
Engine oil
viscosity
grade
Petrol /
CNG
engines
Diesel
engines
SAE 0W-30 -
✔
SAE 0W-40 ✔
-
Technical data
Engine data
Sales designation
1.4
1.4
1.4
Engine identifier code
1.4i
1.4Turbo
1.4CNG
Number of cylinders
4
4
4
Piston displacement [cm3]
1368
1368
1368
Engine power [kW]
70
88
88
at rpm
6000
5000
5000
Torque [Nm]
127
206
206
at rpm
4500
3000
3000
Fuel type
Petrol
Petrol
Compressed Natural Gas/Petrol
recommended
95
95
95
possible
98
98
98
possible
91
91
91
Gas
–
–
CNG
Oil consumption [l/1000 km]
0.6
0.6
0.6
Octane rating RON
157
158
Technical data
Sales designation
1.3 Turbo
1.6 Turbo
2.0 Turbo
Engine identifier code
1.3CDTI
1.6CDTI1)
2.0CDTI
Number of cylinders
4
4
4
1248
1598
1956
Engine power [kW]
66
66 / 77
99
at rpm
4000
4000
3500
Torque [Nm]
200
2002) / 290
320
at rpm
1500
1500
1500
Fuel type
Diesel
Diesel
Diesel
Oil consumption [l/1000 km]
0.6
0.6
0.6
Piston displacement
1)
2)
[cm3]
Low / High output.
Vehicles with manual transmission automated (MTA).
Technical data
159
Performance
The maximum speed indicated is achievable at kerb weight (without driver) plus 200 kg payload. Optional equipment could
reduce the specified maximum speed of the vehicle.
Engine
1.4i
1.4Turbo
1.4CNG
Manual transmission
161
172
172
Manual transmission automated
–
–
–
Maximum speed [km/h]
Engine
1.3CDTI
1.6CDTI3)
2.0CDTI
158 / 1535)
164 / 1584) / 1535)
Maximum speed [km/h]
Manual transmission
Manual transmission automated
3)
5)
4)
Low / High output.
High roof version.
Low roof version.
–/–
–/
1584)
/
1535)
179
–
160
Technical data
Vehicle weight
Kerb weight, basic model - Van
Length
Roof height
Engine
Gross vehicle weight
Kerb weight
L1
H1
1.4i
1990 / 2160
1240 / 1260
1.4Turbo
– / 2325
– / 1400
1.4Turbo CNG
2430 / –
1450 / –
1.3CDTI
2020 / 2290
1270 / 1290
1.6CDTI
2060 / 2330
1310 / 1330
2.0CDTI
2100 / 2370
1350 / 1370
1.4i
2010 / 2180
1260 / 1280
1.4Turbo
– / 2345
– / 1420
1.4Turbo CNG
2420 / –
1470 / –
1.6CDTI
2080 / 2350
1330 / 1350
2.0CDTI
2120 / 2390
1370 / 1390
H2
Technical data
Length
Roof height
Engine
Gross vehicle weight
Kerb weight
L2
H1
1.4i
2200 / –
1300 / –
1.4Turbo
2365 / –
1440 / –
1.4Turbo CNG
2470 / 2450
1490 / 1540
1.3CDTI
2330 / –
1330 / –
1.6CDTI
2370 / –
1370 / –
2.0CDTI
2410 / –
1410 / –
1.4Turbo
2455
1455
1.6CDTI
2460
1460
2.0CDTI
2500
1500
H2
161
162
Technical data
Kerb weight, basic model - Combi
Length
Roof height
Engine
Gross vehicle weight
Kerb weight
L1
H1
1.4i
2060
1350
1.4Turbo
2225
1500
1.3CDTI
2090
1380
1.6CDTI
2130
1420
2.0CDTI
2170
1460
1.4i
2160
1360
1.3CDTI
2190
1390
1.6CDTI
2230
1430
2.0CDTI
2270
1470
1.4i
2200
1400
1.4Turbo
2265
1540
1.3CDTI
2230
1430
1.6CDTI
2270
1470
2.0CDTI
2310
1510
2.0CDTI
2400
1600
H2
L2
H1
H2
Technical data
Kerb weight, basic model - Combo Tour
Length
Roof height
Engine
Gross vehicle weight
Kerb weight
L1
H1
1.4i
1940
1340
1.4Turbo
2030
1490
1.4Turbo CNG
2110
1540
1.3CDTI
1970
1370
1.6CDTI
2010
1410
2.0CDTI
2050
1450
1.4i
2210
1430
1.6CDTI
2400
1500
2.0CDTI
2440
1540
1.4i
2055
1370
1.4Turbo
2135
1490
1.3CDTI
2085
1400
1.6CDTI
2115
1430
2.0CDTI
2165
1480
2.0CDTI
2215
1600
H2
L2
H1
H2
163
164
Technical data
Vehicle dimensions
Type
Van
Wheelbase
Short
Long
Short
Long
Short
Long
Length [mm]
4390
4740
4390
4740
4390
4740
Width without exterior mirrors [mm] 1832
1832
1832
1832
1832
1832
Width with exterior mirrors [mm]
Combi
2119
2119
Combo Tour
2119
2119
2119
2119
Height (without antenna) [mm]
Standard roof
1845 /
High roof
2100
2125
2100
–
2100
–
Length of load compartment floor 1820
[mm]
2170
–
–
–
–
Load compartment width [mm]
1230
1230
1230
1230
1195
1195
Load compartment height [mm]
Standard roof
1305
1305
1305
1305
1305
1305
High roof
1550
–
1550
–
1550
–
6)
7)
Versions with roof rack.
Versions with roof bars.
18956)
1880 /
19277)
1845 /
18956)
1880 /
19276)
1845 /
18956)
1880 / 19276)
Technical data
Type
Van
Combi
Combo Tour
Wheelbase [mm]
2755
3105
2755
3105
2755
3105
Turning circle kerb to kerb [m]
11.2
12.5
11.2
12.5
11.2
12.5
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166
Technical data
Capacities
Engine oil
Engine
1.4i
1.4Turbo
1.4CNG
1.3CDTI
1.6CDTI
2.0CDTI
including Filter [l]
2.7
2.9
2.7
3.2
4.9
4.9
between MIN and MAX [l]
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
Fuel tank
Petrol/diesel, nominal capacity [l]
60
Natural gas CNG, nominal capacity [kg]
Petrol, nominal capacity [l]
16.15 kg8) / 22.1 kg9)
22
8)
9)
Short wheelbase version.
Long wheelbase version.
Technical data
167
Tyre pressures
Van
Comfort with up to 2 people and 100 kg luggage
With full load
front
rear
front
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
[kPa/bar] ([psi]) [kPa/bar] ([psi])
185/65 R15 88T
250/2.5 (36)
250/2.5 (36)
290/2.9 (42)
290/2.9 (42)
185/65 R15 92T
250/2.5 (36)
260/2.6 (38)
290/2.9 (42)
300/3.0 (44)
195/65 R15 95T
240/2.4 (35)
240/2.4 (35)
260/2.6 (38)
270/2.7 (39)
195/60 R16 C 99/97T
270/2.7 (39)
270/2.7 (39)
270/2.7 (39)
330/3.3 (48)
360/3.6 (52)10)11)
Engine Tyres
All
Adjust tyre pressure to the value specified for full load when driving at speeds of 160 km/h.
10)
11)
Long wheelbase version.
CNG version.
rear
168
Technical data
Combi
Engine
All
Comfort with up to 3 people
With full load
front
rear
front
rear
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
185/65 R15 88T
250/2.5 (36)
250/2.5 (36)
290/2.9 (42)
290/2.9 (42)
185/65 R15 92T
250/2.5 (36)
260/2.6 (38)
290/2.9 (42)
300/3.0 (44)
195/65 R15 95T
240/2.4 (35)
300/3.0 (44)
260/2.6 (38)
320/3.2 (46)
195/60 R16 C 99/97T
270/2.7 (39)
270/2.7 (39)
270/2.7 (39)
360/3.6 (52)
Tyres
Adjust tyre pressure to the value specified for full load when driving at speeds of 160 km/h.
Technical data
Combo Tour
Engine
All
Comfort with up to 3 people
With full load
front
rear
front
rear
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
[kPa/bar] ([psi])
185/65 R15 88T
250/2.5 (36)
250/2.5 (36)
290/2.9 (42)
290/2.9 (42)
185/65 R15 92T
250/2.5 (36)
260/2.6 (38)
290/2.9 (42)
300/3.0 (44)
195/65 R15 95T
240/2.4 (35)
240/2.4 (35)
260/2.6 (38)
260/2.6 (38)
195/60 R16 C 99/97T
270/2.7 (39)
270/2.7 (39)
270/2.7 (39)
280/2.8 (41) 12)
360/3.6 (52) 13)11)
Tyres
Adjust tyre pressure to the value specified for full load when driving at speeds of 160 km/h.
12)
13)
11)
Version with 5 seats.
Version with 7 seats.
CNG version.
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170
Customer information
Customer information
Vehicle data recording and
privacy ....................................... 170
Vehicle data recording
and privacy
Event data recorders
Data storage modules in the
vehicle
A large number of electronic
components of your vehicle contain
data storage modules temporarily or
permanently storing technical data
about the condition of the vehicle,
events and errors. In general, this
technical information documents the
condition of parts, modules, systems
or the environment:
■ Operating conditions of system
components (e.g. filling levels)
■ Status messages of the vehicle and
its single components (e.g. number
of wheel revolutions / rotational
speed, deceleration, lateral
acceleration)
■ Dysfunctions and defects in
important system components
■ Vehicle reactions in particular
driving situations (e.g. inflation of
an airbag, activation of the stability
regulation system)
■ Environmental conditions (e.g.
temperature)
This data is exclusively technical and
helps identifying and correcting errors
as well as optimizing vehicle
functions.
Motion profiles indicating travelled
routes cannot be created with this
data.
If services are used (e.g. repair
works, service processes, warranty
cases, quality assurance),
employees of the service network
(manufacturer included) are able to
read out this technical information
from the event and error data storage
modules applying special diagnostic
devices. If required, you will receive
further information at these
workshops. After an error has been
corrected, the data is deleted from the
error storage module or it is
constantly overwritten.
Customer information
When using the vehicle, situations
may occur in which technical data
related to other information (accident
report, damages on the vehicle,
witness statements etc.) may be
associated with a specific person possibly, with the assistance of an
expert.
Additional functions contractually
agreed upon with the client (e.g.
vehicle location in emergency cases)
allow the transmission of particular
vehicle data from the vehicle.
Radio Frequency
Identification (RFID)
RFID technology is used in some
vehicles for functions such as tyre
pressure monitoring and ignition
system security. It is also used in
connection with conveniences such
as radio remote controls for door
locking/unlocking and starting, and invehicle transmitters for garage door
openers. RFID technology in Opel
vehicles does not use or record
personal information or link with any
other Opel system containing
personal information.
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172
Index
A
Accessories and vehicle
modifications .......................... 118
Adjustable air vents ..................... 92
Airbag activation........................... 74
Airbag and belt tensioners ........... 68
Airbag deactivation .......... 42, 69, 74
Airbag system .............................. 40
Air conditioning regular operation 94
Air conditioning system ................ 90
Air intake ...................................... 93
Air vents........................................ 92
Alert.............................................. 80
Antilock brake system ................ 105
Antilock brake system (ABS) ....... 70
Anti slip-regulator........................ 107
Anti-theft locking system .............. 25
Appearance care........................ 147
Armrest......................................... 35
Ashtrays ....................................... 62
Audible warning chimes................ 80
Autoclose...................................... 74
Automatic fuel cut-off.............. 80, 96
Automatic locking......................... 74
B
Battery ....................................... 123
Bonnet ....................................... 120
Brake and clutch fluid................. 152
Brake assist ............................... 106
Brake fluid .................................. 123
Brake pad wear............................ 70
Brakes ............................... 105, 123
Brake system ............................... 70
Breakdown.................................. 146
Bulb replacement ....................... 125
C
Capacities .................................. 166
Car Pass ...................................... 19
Catalytic converter ..................... 100
Central locking system ................ 20
Centre high-mounted brake
light ......................................... 128
Change engine oil ....................... 72
Changing tyre and wheel size . . . 136
Charging system .......................... 69
Child locks ................................... 22
Child restraint installation
locations ................................... 45
Child restraint systems ................ 44
Child safety system for rear
windows.................................... 28
Chimes......................................... 80
Cigarette lighter ........................... 62
Climate control ............................. 16
Climate control systems............... 89
Clock....................................... 59, 74
Control indicators.......................... 66
173
Control of the vehicle ................... 95
Controls........................................ 57
Convex shape .............................. 26
Coolant and antifreeze............... 152
Cruise control ...................... 74, 108
Cupholders .................................. 50
D
Danger, Warnings and Cautions . . . 3
Date.............................................. 74
Daytime running lights............ 74, 84
Diesel particle filter................. 72, 99
Distance to next service............... 74
Door open .................................... 74
Doors................................ 22, 23, 24
Drain fuel filter ............................. 73
Driver Information Centre............. 74
Driving characteristics and
towing tips .............................. 116
E
Eco mode (E).............................. 104
Electric adjustment ...................... 27
Electrical system......................... 131
Electronic climate control system 91
Electronic driving programmes . . 104
Electronic stability program ....... 107
Electronic Stability Program fault.. 71
End-of-life vehicle recovery ....... 119
Engine compartment fuse box ... 132
Engine coolant ........................... 121
Engine coolant temperature ........ 71
Engine coolant temperature
gauge ....................................... 65
Engine data ............................... 157
Engine exhaust ............................ 99
Engine oil ................... 120, 152, 155
Engine oil pressure ...................... 72
Event data recorders.................. 170
Extendable load compartment
cover................................... 51, 55
Exterior care .............................. 147
Exterior light ................................. 74
Exterior lighting ...................... 13, 83
Exterior mirrors............................. 26
F
Fault ........................................... 105
Fixed air vents ............................. 93
Fog light ....................................... 74
Folding ......................................... 27
Front airbag system ..................... 41
Front fog lights ............................. 85
Front seats.................................... 33
Front turn signal light.................. 125
Fuel............................................. 111
Fuel consumption......................... 74
Fuel consumption - CO2Emissions ............................... 115
Fuel cut-off system................. 80, 96
Fuel for diesel engines .............. 112
Fuel for natural gas operation . . . 112
Fuel for petrol engines ............... 111
Fuel gauge ................................... 64
Fuel selector ................................ 65
Fuel system messages................. 80
Fuses ......................................... 131
G
Gauges......................................... 63
General information ................... 116
Generic warning........................... 68
Glovebox ..................................... 50
Gross Vehicle Weight................... 55
H
Halogen headlights .................... 125
Hand brake................................. 106
Hazard warning flashers .............. 85
Headlight flash ............................. 83
Headlight range adjustment ........ 84
Headlights..................................... 83
Headlights when driving abroad . . 84
Head restraint adjustment ............. 8
Head restraints ............................ 32
Heated ......................................... 27
Heated rear window ..................... 30
Heating ........................................ 35
Heating and ventilation system . . . 89
High beam ............................. 74, 83
174
Hill start assist...................... 70, 106
Horn ....................................... 14, 58
I
Identification plate ..................... 154
Ignition switch positions ............... 96
Immobiliser ............................ 26, 73
Indicators...................................... 63
Information displays...................... 74
Instrument panel fuse box ......... 133
Instrument panel illumination ..... 130
Instrument panel illumination
control ...................................... 86
Instrument panel overview ........... 10
Instrument panel storage.............. 49
Interior care ............................... 149
Interior lighting........................ 74, 86
Interior lights ........................ 87, 129
Interior mirrors.............................. 28
Introduction .................................... 3
ISOFIX child restraint systems .... 48
J
Jump starting ............................. 144
K
Kerb weight................................... 55
Keys ............................................. 19
Keys, locks................................... 19
L
Language..................................... 74
Lashing eyes ......................... 54, 55
Light switch .................................. 83
Load compartment ................ 24, 51
Load compartment cover ............. 51
Load compartment lighting........... 88
Loading information ..................... 55
Low engine oil level ..................... 73
Low fuel ....................................... 73
O
Object detection systems........... 109
Odometer ..................................... 63
Oil, engine.......................... 152, 155
Operating windows from outside. . 28
Outside temperature .................... 59
Overhead console ....................... 50
Overrun cut-off ............................. 97
P
Malfunction indicator light ............ 69
Manual adjustment ...................... 26
Manual anti-dazzle ...................... 28
Manual mode ............................. 104
Manual transmission .................. 101
Manual transmission
automated .............................. 101
Manual windows .......................... 28
Mirror adjustment ........................... 8
Misted light covers ....................... 86
Multifunction display..................... 74
Parking .................................. 18, 99
Parking assist ............................ 109
Parking brake ............................ 106
Particulate filter............................. 99
Payload......................................... 55
Performance .............................. 159
Performing work ........................ 119
Pollen filter ................................... 93
Power outlets ............................... 61
Power steering fluid.................... 122
Power windows ............................ 28
Preheating ................................... 72
Puncture..................................... 140
N
R
M
New vehicle running-in ................ 95
Number plate light ..................... 128
Radio Frequency Identification
(RFID)..................................... 171
Radio info..................................... 74
Radio remote control ................... 19
Rear doors ................................... 23
175
Rear fog light ............................... 74
Rear fog lights ............................. 86
Rear parcel shelf.......................... 51
Rear windows .............................. 30
Rear window wiper/washer .......... 59
Recommended fluids and
lubricants ........................ 152, 155
Refuelling ................................... 113
Reversing lights ........................... 86
Ride control systems.................. 107
Roof load...................................... 55
Roof rack ..................................... 54
Roof racks.................................... 55
S
Seat adjustment ....................... 7, 33
Seat belt ........................................ 8
Seat belt reminder ....................... 68
Seat belt reminder warning chime 74
Seat belts ..................................... 37
Seat position ................................ 33
Selector lever ............................. 102
Service ................................. 94, 151
Service display ...................... 65, 74
Service information .................... 151
Settings menu............................... 74
Side airbag system ...................... 42
Sidelights...................................... 83
Side turn signal lights ................ 128
Sliding door .................................. 22
Sliding side door........................... 22
Spare wheel ............................... 142
Speed limit warning chime............ 74
Speedometer ............................... 63
Standard display........................... 74
Starting off ................................... 17
Starting the engine .............. 96, 102
Steering wheel adjustment ...... 9, 57
Steering wheel controls ............... 57
Stop-start system.................... 73, 97
Storage......................................... 50
Storage compartments................. 50
Sun visors .................................... 30
Symbols ......................................... 4
T
Tachometer ................................. 64
Tailgate......................................... 24
Tail lights ................................... 127
Temperature................................. 74
Third row seats ............................ 35
Three-point seat belt .................... 38
Tools .......................................... 134
Top-tether fastening eyes ............ 48
Towing................................ 116, 146
Towing another vehicle ............. 147
Towing the vehicle ..................... 146
Traction Control system ............. 107
Trailer coupling........................... 116
Trailer towing ............................. 116
Transmission ............................... 16
Transmission display ................. 101
Tread depth ............................... 136
Trip computer......................... 74, 81
Trip odometer .............................. 63
Turn and lane-change signals ..... 85
Turn signal ................................... 68
Tyre chains ................................ 137
Tyre designations ...................... 135
Tyre pressure ............................ 135
Tyre pressures ........................... 167
Tyre repair kit ............................. 137
U
Ultrasonic parking assist ...... 71, 109
Underseat storage ....................... 50
Unit of measurement.................... 74
Upholstery.................................. 149
Upshift.......................................... 70
Using this manual .......................... 3
V
Vehicle checks............................ 119
Vehicle data................................ 155
Vehicle data recording and
privacy..................................... 170
Vehicle dimensions .................... 164
Vehicle Identification Number .... 154
Vehicle jack................................ 134
Vehicle security............................ 25
176
Vehicle shutdown................... 80, 96
Vehicle specific data ...................... 3
Vehicle storage........................... 118
Vehicle tools............................... 134
Vehicle unlocking ........................... 6
Vehicle weight ........................... 160
Ventilation..................................... 89
Volume......................................... 74
W
Warning chime.............................. 74
Warning chimes ........................... 80
Warning lights............................... 63
Washer and wiper systems ......... 15
Washer fluid ............................... 122
Wheel changing ......................... 140
Wheel covers ............................. 137
Wheels and tyres ....................... 135
Windows....................................... 28
Windscreen................................... 28
Windscreen wiper/washer ........... 58
Winter tyres ............................... 135
Wiper blade replacement .......... 124
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Edition: August 2012, ADAM OPEL AG, Rüsselsheim.
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August 2012