Chevrolet Beat diesel Owner`s manual

Owner’s Manual
Operation, Safety and Maintenance
VEHICLE RECORD SHEET
Delivery Date
Model Name
Tyre Make
V.I.N.
Tyre Location
Key No.
Engine No.
Fr RH
Registration No.
Regn. Date
Fr LH
Transmission No.
Color, Code No.
Rr RH
Battery Make
Battery Batch Code / Sl.No.
Rr LH
Spare
Owner's Name
Address
City
Pin Code
Selling Dealer's Name
Address
Pin Code
Selling Dealer’s Stamp
Batch Code
Dear Customer,
Welcome to the Chevrolet family. We wish to thank you for choosing Chevrolet car.
It is our constant endeavor to provide you with products that offer excellent performance through out their ownership period. Which is
why, in addition to offering great cars, we have also set up an extensive, and very well equipped network of retailers and authorized
service centers across the country.
Naturally, these Chevrolet retailer know everything about your car and provides you with the best service possible. In fact, every retailer
is equipped with the most advanced technology, technicians specially trained by us and genuine spares. Needless to say, they are also
committed to ensure your complete satisfaction.
So, please contact a Chevrolet retailer for any servicing need and make sure that only genuine spares are used for your car.
This manual will familiarize you with the operation and maintenance of your new vehicle. It will also provide you with important safety
information. Please do read it carefully and follow the recommendations. In fact, the manual is like a permanent part of your car. And it
would go a long way in ensuring a safe and trouble-free operation for your car.
Should you have any query please feel free to call our 24 hr. Helpline at 30308080 (Prefix local STD code when dialing from mobile
phone) or email us at : gmi.cac@gm.com.
Happy Motoring
2 Introduction
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
Introduction ...................................... 2
Using this manual ............................. 2
Danger, warning and cautions........... 3
Seat adjustment ................................ 4
Safety belt ........................................ 5
Mirror adjustment ............................ 5
Steering wheel adjustment ............... 6
Instrument panel overview ............... 7
Exterior lighting ............................... 8
Horn ................................................. 9
Washer and wiper systems .............. 10
Climate control ............................... 10
Transmission .................................. 11
Getting started ................................. 11
Parking ........................................... 12
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
Chevrolet Service Partner.
All Chevrolet Service Partners provide
first-class service at reasonable prices.
Experienced mechanics trained by
Chevrolet according to specific
Chevrolet instructions.
The customer literature pack should
always be kept ready to hand in the
vehicle.
USING THIS MANUAL
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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.
In this section will give you an
initial overview.
The table of contents at the
beginning of this manual and within
each chapter shows where the
information is located.
The index will enable you to search
for specific information.
The Owner's Manual uses the
factory engine designations. The
corresponding sales designations
can be found in the chapter
"Technical data".
Introduction 3
Directional data e.g. left or right, or
front or back, always relate to the
direction of travel.
n The vehicle display screens may
not support your specific language.
n Display messages and interior
labelling are written in bold letters.
n
DANGER, WARNINGS AND
CAUTIONS
Danger
Text marked Danger provides
information on risk of fatal injury.
Disregarding this information may
endanger life.
Warning
Text marked 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.
We wish you many hours of pleasurable driving Chevrolet.
* or (Option) : The asterisk and
(Option) in this manual signify an item
of equipment that is not included on all
vehicles. Such items include engine
options, model variations specific to
one country, and optional equipment.
All information, illustrations, and
specifications in this manual are based
on the latest product information
available at the time of publication.
General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. reserves
the right to change specifications or
designs at any time without notice and
without incurring obligation.
This vehicle may not comply with the
standards or regulations of other
countries. Before attempting to register
this vehicle in any other country, check
all applicable regulations and make any
necessary modifications.
This manual describes the options and
trims available at the time of publication. Some of the items covered may not
apply to your vehicle. Contact your
CHEVROLET retailer for information
on option and trim availability.
Non-General Motors India Pvt. Ltd.
genuine parts and accessories have not
been examined or approved by General
Motors India Pvt. Ltd. We can certify
neither the suitability nor the safety of
Non-General Motors India Pvt. Ltd.
genuine parts and accessories and are
not liable for damage caused by their
use.
Warning : Tampering of wiring
harness or fitment of non genuine
accessories in your vehicle may lead to
short circuit resulting in fire.
4 Introduction
INITIAL DRIVE
INFORMATION
SEAT ADJUSTMENT
Seat Positioning
Seat Backrests
Pull handle, slide seat, release handle.
See Seat adjustment on page 31.
See Seat position on Page 31.
Pull lever, adjust inclination and release
lever. Allow the seat to engage audibly.
Do not lean on backrest when adjusting.
Introduction 5
SAFETY BELT
Interior Mirror
Head Restraint Adjustment
Pull the head restraint upwards.
To move down press the catch and push
the head restraint downwards.
See Head restraints on page 29.
MIRROR ADJUSTMENT
Withdraw belt from reel, guide it
untwisted across the body and engage
the latch plate in the buckle.
To release the belt, press the red button
on the belt buckle.
See Safety belts on page 32,
See Airbag system on page 33,
See Seat position on page 31.
To reduce dazzle, pull the lever on the
underside of the mirror housing.
See Manual rearview mirror on page
16.
6 Introduction
STEERING WHEEL
ADJUSTMENT (OPTION)
Exterior Mirrors
Simply move the adjusting lever in the
desired direction to adjust the mirror
angles.
See Convex mirrors on page 16,
See Folding mirrors on page 16.
Unlock lever, adjust steering wheel,
then engage lever and ensure it is fully
locked. Do not adjust steering wheel
unless vehicle is stationary.
See Airbag system on page 33.
See Ignition positions on page 90.
Introduction 7
INSTRUMENT PANEL OVERVIEW
1
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10
6
11
20 8
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7 6
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16 17 14
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13 15 18
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8 Introduction
EXTERIOR LIGHTING
Headlight High/Low-Beam
Change
1. Side air vents
2. Wiper and washer lever
3. Horn, Driver's airbag
4. Cluster
5. Exterior lamp lever
6. Center air vents
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
7. Infotainment system
8. Hazard warning flasher
9. Passenger airbag
10. Glove box
11. Climate control system
12. Shift lever
13. Accelerator pedal
14. Brake pedal
15. Ignition switch
16. Clutch pedal
17. Steering wheel adjustment
18. Hood release lever
19. Headlamp range adjustment
20. Telltale IP display unit
Turn light switch
OFF : All the lamps are off.
: The tail lamps, number plate
lamps, and instrument panel
lamps are illuminated.
: The low-beam headlamps and
all of the above lamps are
illuminated.
See Exterior lamp controls on page 61.
To switch from low to high beam, push
lever.
To switch to low beam, push lever again
or pull.
See Headlamp high/low-beam changer
on page 62,
See Flash-to-pass on page 62.
Introduction 9
HORN
Hazard Warning Flashers
Turn And Lane-change Signals
ON
OFF
Operated with the button.
See Hazard warning flashers on page
63.
OFF
lever up
= left indicator
lever down = right indicator
See Turn and lane-change signals on
page 64,
See Parking lamps on page 64.
Press
.
10 Introduction
WASHER AND WIPER
SYSTEMS
Windshield Wipers
OFF
INT
LO
HI
OFF : System off.
INT : Intermittent operation.
LO : Continuous wipe, slow speed.
HI : Continuous wipe, fast speed
For a single swipe when the windscreen
wipers are off, lightly move the lever
toward the INT position and release it.
See Windshield wiper/washer on page
50.
CLIMATE CONTROL
Windshield Wiper
Heated Rear Window
OFF
INT
LO
HI
Pull lever.
See "Windshield washer" under
Windshield wiper/washer on page 50,
See Washer fluid on page 108.
Heating is operated by pressing the Ü
button.
See Heated rear window, Windshield
wiper de-icer on page 19.
Introduction 11
Demisting And Defrosting The
Windows
TRANSMISSION
GETTING STARTED
Manual Transmission
Check Before Starting Off
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Press button .
See "Demisting windshield" under Air
conditioning system on page 78,
See "Demisting and defrosting
window" under Electronic climate
control system on page 83.
Reverse: with the vehicle stationary,
depress the clutch pedal 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.
See Manual transmission on page 92.
Tyre pressure and condition.
Engine oil level and fluid levels.
All windows, mirrors, exterior
lighting and number plates are free
from dirt, snow and ice and
operational.
Proper position of seats, seat belts
and mirrors.
Check brake function at low speed,
particularly if the brakes are wet.
12 Introduction
PARKING
Starting Engine With The Ignition
Switch
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Turn key to position1, move the
steering wheel slightly to release the
steering wheel lock.
n Manual transmission: operate
clutch;
n Do not press accelerator pedal.
n Turn key to position 3 depressing
the clutch pedal and foot brake then
release when engine is running
Before restarting or to switch off the
engine, turn key back to 0.
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Do not park the vehicle on an easily
flammable surface. The high
temperature of the exhaust system
could ignite the surface.
Always apply parking brake
without pressing release button.
Apply as firmly as possible on
downhill or uphill slopes. Depress
the footbrake 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
before switching off the ignition.
On an uphill slope, turn the front
wheels away from the kerb. If the
vehicle is on a downhill slope,
engage reverse gear before
switching off the ignition. Turn the
front wheels towards the kerb.
Close windows.
After running at high engine speeds
or with high engine loads, operate
the diesel engine briefly at a low
load or run in neutral for about one
to two minutes at idle speed before
switching off in order to protect the
turbo charger.
n Lock the vehicle.
See Keys on page 13.
Keys, doors & windows 13
KEYS, DOORS AND
WINDOWS
KEYS, LOCKS
Keys
Central Locking System*
Keys, locks ..................................... 13
Doors .............................................. 15
Exterior mirrors .............................. 16
Interior mirror ................................ 17
Windows ........................................ 18
Sun visors ....................................... 20
Replacement keys
The key number is specified on a
detachable tag.
The key number must be quoted when
ordering replacement keys.
Two keys are provided with your new
vehicle.
Keep one of the two keys as a spare.
See "Lock" under Exterior care on page
132.
You can activate the central door
locking system from the driver's door.
This system allows you to lock and
unlock all the doors from the driver's
door, using either the key or the door
lock button (from inside).
If the driver's door is not closed
properly, the central locking system
will not work.
Warning
Do not leave the key in the vehicle.
• Lock the vehicle.
• Take the key with you.
Note
In case of loss, replacement keys are
available from Chevrolet retailers
workshop.
14 Keys, doors & windows
Fault in central locking system
Safety locks
Unlocking
Both the front doors can be manually
unlocked by turning the key in the lock.
The other doors can be opened by using
the interior handle.
Locking
Push inside locking knob of all doors
except driver's door. Then close the
driver's door and lock it from the
outside with the key.
To close the child security door lock,
move the lever up to the lock position.
To open a rear door when the child
security door lock is activated, unlock
the door from the inside and open the
door from the outside.
To cancel the child security door lock,
move the lever down to the unlock
position.
Caution
Do not pull the inside door handle
while the child security door lock is
set to LOCK position. Doing so can
damage the inside door handle.
Warning
Use the child security door locks
whenever children are occupying the
rear seats.
Keys, doors & windows 15
DOORS
Tailgate Opening
Caution
Before opening the tailgate check
overhead obstructions, such as a
garage door, to avoid damage of the
tailgate. Always check the moving
area above and behind the tailgate.
To open the tailgate, insert the key into
the key slot and turn it clockwise.
Lift the tailgate.
You can also open the tailgate by
pulling up the tailgate release lever
located near the driver's seat.
Warning
Do not drive with the tailgate open or
ajar, e.g. when transporting bulky
objects, since toxic exhaust gases
could enter the vehicle.
Note
The installation of certain heavy
accessories onto the tailgate may
affect its ability to remain open.
Closing
To close tailgate, push it down so it
latches securely. It locks automatically.
Make sure your hands and any other
body parts, as well as those of other
persons are completely away from the
tailgate closure area.
16 Keys, doors & windows
EXTERIOR MIRRORS
Convex Mirrors
Manual Mirrors
Folding Mirrors
Adjust the outside rearview mirrors so
you can see each side of your vehicle, as
well as each side of the road behind you.
Simply move the adjusting lever in the
desired direction to adjust the mirror
angles.
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.
The convex exterior mirror reduces
blind spots. The shape of the mirror
makes objects appear smaller, which
will affect the ability to estimate
distances.
Both outside mirrors are convex and is
labelled with a notice that reads as
follows:
OBJECTS IN THE MIRROR
ARE CLOSER THAN THEY
APPEAR.
Keys, doors & windows 17
INTERIOR MIRROR
Warning
Manual Rearview Mirror
Always keep your mirrors properly
adjusted, and use them while driving
to increase your visibility of objects
and other vehicles around you. Do
not drive while either outside
rearview mirror is folded back.
Warning
Your view through the mirror may
lose some clarity when it is adjusted
for night vision.
Take special care while using your
inside rearview mirror when it is
adjusted for night vision.
Failure to ensure a clear rear view
while driving may result in a
collision causing damage to your
vehicle or other property, and/or
personal injury.
To reduce dazzle, pull the lever on the
underside of the mirror housing.
18 Keys, doors & windows
WINDOWS
Manual Windows (Option)
Power Windows (Option)
Warning
The door windows can be opened or
closed with the window winders.
Take care when operating the power
windows. There is risk of injury,
particularly to children.
If there are children on the rear seat,
switch on the child safety system for
the power windows.
Keep a close watch on the windows
when closing them.
Ensure that nothing becomes trapped
in them as they move.
Power windows can be operated with
ignition on.
Operate the switch for the respective
window by pushing to open or pulling
to close.
Operation
You may operate the power windows
when the ignition switch is ON by using
the power window switches on each
door panel.
To raise the window, lift up the switch.
Keys, doors & windows 19
To lower the window, press down the
switch.
Release the switch when the window
reaches the desired position.
Child Safety System For Rear
Windows
Heated Rear Window /
Windshield Wiper de-icer
Press switch v to deactivate rear door
power windows. To activate press v
again.
Operated by pressing the button.
Heating works with the engine running
and is switched off automatically after
approximately 16 minutes or by
pressing the button again.
Warning
Body parts outside vehicle can be
struck by passing objects. Please
keep all parts of the body inside
vehicle.
Children can operate and become
entrapped in power windows.
Do not leave your keys or unattended
children in your car.
Serious injury or death can occur
from misuse of power windows.
20 Keys, doors & windows
SUN VISORS
Caution
Do not use sharp instruments or
abrasive window cleaners on your
vehicle's windshield or rear window.
Do not scratch or damage the
defroster wires when you clean or
work around the windshield or rear
window.
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.
Warning
Do not place the sun visor in such a
manner that it obscures visibility of
the roadway, traffic or other objects.
Assist Handles
Your vehicle has assist handles above
the front seat passenger door & the rear
doors. The handle above the rear doors
include a coat hook.
Caution
Hanging items on the assist handles
can obstruct the driver's view. Do not
hang anything on the assist handle
unless the handle is equipped with a
coat hook.
Seats & Restraints 21
SEATS &
RESTRAINTS
Always wear your safety belts ....... 21
Front seat occupants ....................... 26
Rear seat occupants ........................ 26
Three-poing sefety belts ................. 26
Center rear lap belt ......................... 28
Pregnant women & safety belts ..... 29
Head restraints ............................... 29
Front seats ...................................... 31
Safety belts ..................................... 32
Air bag system ............................... 33
ALWAYS WEAR YOUR
SAFETY BELTS*
Occupant protection has been the focus
of much private and public research and
development for many years. The seat
belts are incorporated into the vehicle
solely for the protection of the
occupants. The safety belts can protect
you and your passengers only if they are
used.
The safety belt information included
here is intended for vehicle occupants
of adult size and for older children who
have outgrown booster seats.
Be sure that if children are too small to
be well restrained by the safety belt
system, that they are secured in an
appropriate child restraint.
Why Wear Safety Belts?
Safety belts are helpful for several
distinct reasons:
1) Safety belts attach the occupants to
the vehicle so that they will not be
ejected during an accident.
2) Safety belts attach the occupant to
the vehicle so that they can use the
space between their pre-crash
seating position and the front of the
vehicle to slow down to a stop more
gradually, as their safety belts
stretch and the front end of the
vehicle absorbs the energy of the
crash by crumpling.
3) Safety belts keep the driver in his
seat, so that the driver might have a
chance to regain control in certain
accident situations.
4) Safety belts keep occupants from
being catapulted into and injuring
the driver and other occupants.
22 Seats & Restraints
Warning
• Safety belts have been shown to
be the single most effective
protection against injury or death
in a vehicular accident!
• As the owner and driver of your
vehicle, you must make certain
that each occupant is properly
wearing the safety belt provided at
the seating position.
• Pregnant women, injured, and
physically impaired persons
should also wear safety belts. Like
all other occupants, they are more
likely to suffer serious injury or
death, if they do not do so.
• The best way to protect the foetus
is to protect the mother.
Warning
• Why safety belts work, how to
wear them, and how to adjust your
seat position properly, is
explained in this section. Read all
of the information provided and
always observe these instructions
and warnings in order to gain the
full benefit of these safety
systems.
How Safety Belts Work*
Safety belts cannot work unless they are
worn and worn properly.
Vehicle occupants are injured if the
forces applied to the body’s structures
are greater than the body can tolerate
without being injured. If a person’s
body is stopped abruptly, the forces
applied to the body will be high,
whereas if the body is slowed down
gradually over some distance, the
forces will be much lower. Thus, in
order to protect an occupant from injury
in a crash, the idea is to give the person
as much time and distance as possible in
coming to a stop.
Imagine a person running at 15 miles
per hour (25 km/h) head first into a
concrete wall. Imagine a second person
running at 15 miles per hour into a wall
covered by a 3-foot (90 cm) thick
deformable cushion. In the first
instance the person could be seriously
injured or even killed. In the second, the
runner could expect to walk away
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uninjured. Why? In the first instance,
the body hit the non-yielding concrete
surface and stopped immediately. All of
the energy the sprinter built up was
absorbed by the structures of the body,
not by the non-yielding concrete
surface. In the second example, the
body had exactly the same amount of
energy that had to be absorbed as in the
first example, but it continued to move
into the padding, giving the body
additional time and distance to slow
down to a complete stop as the padding
absorbed the sprinter’s energy by
deforming.
If a car crashes into a concrete wall at 30
miles per hour (50 km/h), the front
bumper of the car stops immediately,
but the passenger compartment stops
more gradually as the front structure of
the vehicle crumples. The belted
occupant is held to the seat and gains
the advantage of the cushion provided
by the crumpling of the front of the
vehicle and the stretching of the safety
belt webbing. That belted occupant’s
body slows down from 50 km/h (30
mph) to zero over a distance of 90-120
cm (3-4 feet). That belted occupant also
remains properly positioned so that, if
the air bag (if provided) deploys in a
frontal collision, the occupant might
never strike any rigid structures in the
vehicle. The unbelted occupant
receives no such benefit. The unbelted
person is not attached to the vehicle and
so that person continues to travel at the
vehicle’s pre-crash speed of 30 miles
per hour (50 km/h) until striking a hard
object at approximately 30 miles per
hour (50 km/h) and stopping abruptly.
Even in a frontal collision in which the
air bag (if provided) deploys, the
unbelted front seat occupant remains at
greater risk of serious injury or death
than the properly restrained front seat
occupant.
Warning
SAFETY BELTS PROTECT
Accident statistics show that drivers
and passengers properly wearing
safety belts have a lower risk of
being injured and a higher chance of
surviving an accident. For this
reason, wearing a safety belt is
legally required in most countries.
WEARING THE SAFETY BELT
Each front seat and each outboard
rear seat of your CHEVROLET
vehicle is equipped with a threepoint safety belt system that is
anchored at three locations. All front
and rear seat belts are stored and
locked by a retractor mechanism.
When set in its normal emergency
locking mode, the three-point safety
belt requires no length adjustment
and allows freedom of movement
when the vehicle moves at constant
speeds.
(Continued)
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Warning
However in a sudden or strong stop,
or during heavy acceleration or
deceleration, the safety belt will lock
automatically to restrain the body.
In order to gain the full benefit of a
safety belt, you must wear it
correctly and position yourself
correctly within your seat, as
follows:
• Seatback upright (not reclined, to
prevent you from “submarining”
or slipping out from under the
safety belt, and injuring vulnerable body parts in a crash.)
Warning
• Safety belt latch plate and buckle
securely fastened with a “click” (if
the safety belt is not securely
latched, it cannot provide any
protection; pull on the belt to
make sure it is secure)
• Lap portion of safety belt snug
and low on hips and bony pelvis
(not abdomen where the restraining belt could cause serious injury
in a crash – THIS IS
PARTICULARLY IMPORTANT
FOR PREGNANT WOMEN)
Warning
• Only one occupant per one safety
belt (do not allow more than one
person in a safety belt; multiple
people in a single safety belt can
exceed the capacity of the safety
belts and people sharing a safety
belt can cause crushing and other
injuries to each other in a crash)
• Children in secure child seats (in a
crash the forces are too great for an
adult to hold onto a child and the
adult will crush the child if they
share the same safety belt)
• Occupant sitting upright (not
slouched, to properly position the
lap and shoulder portions of the
safety belt for maximum restraint
and minimum injury to soft and
vulnerable parts of your body in a
crash)
• Shoulder portion of the safety
belts over your outside shoulder
and snug against the chest (not
under an arm, around your neck,
over an inside shoulder or behind
your back, and not loose with
slack allowing excessive forward
movement and injury in a crash)
• No unbelted occupants (occupants not wearing a safety belt are
an injury threat to themselves and
to other occupants in the vehicle
because in a crash they become a
free-flying body that will strike
other persons in their path)
(Continued)
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Warning
• No twisted safety belts (twisted
safety belts will not move freely
and restrain properly and can cut
into the occupants rather than
spread the force, thus increasing
the risk of injury and death)
• Lock doors (unlocked doors
increase the risk of injury and
death from external impacts and
ejection in a crash)
Warning
• Make periodic checks (while
riding in the vehicle, check from
time to time to be sure that the lap
portion of the belt is snugly across
the hips and has not ridden up
around the waist and that the
shoulder portion is midway over
the shoulder and across the chest;
properly positioned belts allow
the stronger structures of the hips
and shoulders to absorb the forces
of the belt against the body, while
improperly positioned belts may
cause neck injury or injury to the
vulnerable organs in the abdominal area).
• No hard or breakable objects,
between safety belts and body
parts (objects such as pens,
glasses, etc. in the occupant’s
pocket or on the cloth can cause
injury in the event of a collision)
(Continued)
Warning
• Improper use of a safety belt can
cause serious injury. Do not
modify the safety belt. Do not add
any device which would affect the
operation of the safety belt.
• Before you close the door, make
sure the safety belt is out of the
way. Otherwise, the belt and/or the
vehicle body could be damaged.
Warning
If the safety belt goes over an armrest
(if so equipped), lap portion of the
safety belt could force the occupant’s
abdomen, not the bony pelvis, in a
collision.
• Be sure that the safety belt goes
under the armrests.
Failure to follow this can result in
injuries or even death in case of a
collision.
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FRONT SEAT OCCUPANTS
Each front seat is equipped with
adjustable seat and seatback with
height-adjustable head restraint and
three point lap-and-shoulder safety
belts.
REAR SEAT OCCUPANTS
The rear seat is equipped with two
outboard seating positions featuring
three-point lap-and-shoulder safety
belts and a center seat equipped with a
lap safety belt.
THREE-POINT SAFETY
BELTS
To help reduce the risk of personal
injury in collisions or sudden
manoeuvres, your CHEVROLET
vehicle is equipped with three-point
safety belts. The two front seats and the
two outboard rear seating positions are
each equipped with three-point safety
belts. These safety belts are each
anchored in three locations to restrain
passengers who are properly positioned
and wearing the safety belt.
A three-point safety belt set in the ELR /
WLR (Emergency Locking Retractor /
Webbing Locking Retractor) mode
requires no length adjustment and
allows the freedom of body movement
when the vehicle moves at a constant
speed.
However, in the event of a sudden or
strong stop, or during heavy
acceleration or deceleration, the safety
belt will lock automatically to restrain
the body.
Always fasten your safety belts
correctly:
1. Close and lock the doors.
2. Make sure seatback is upright.
3. Pick up the safety belt latch plate
and use it to pull the belt across your
body. Make sure the belt is not
twisted. If the safety belt locks as
you are pulling it out, allow it to
rewind into the retractor. Pull the
safety belt out again to a
comfortable and secure length.
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4. Position the shoulder belt midway
over the shoulder and across the
chest. Never place the shoulder belt
across the neck. This assures that in
the case of a collision, the belt
applies force to the shoulder bones
and keeps the impact away from
ribs or neck, helping to avoid
serious internal injuries.
5. Wear the lap belt low and snug on
the hips, not the waist. This assures
that in the case of a collision, the
belt applies force to the pelvic
bones and not the abdomen, helping
to avoid serious injuries.
6. Push the latch plate firmly into the
buckle until the mechanism clicks.
Make sure you are using the proper
buckle. Be sure to position the
release button on the buckle so you
can unbuckle the safety belt quickly
if necessary.
7. Pull up on the latch plate to make
sure it is secure.
To remove the safety belt, press the
release button on the buckle. The
belt will retract automatically.
Guide the safety belt as it retracts to
prevent the latch plate from
damaging interior surfaces or
injuring occupants.
Maintain your safety belts:
1. Periodically inspect all safety belts,
related parts, and assemblies. Have
these replaced by your
CHEVROLET retailer if any safety
belts, assemblies or related parts are
damaged.
2. You must replace any safety belt or
related part that has been stretched
or damaged in an accident, even if
the stretching or damage is not
obvious or visible. Stretched belts
and damaged parts do not perform
effectively. Replacement of safety
belts must be with new belts only.
3. C H E V R O L E T r e c o m m e n d s
replacing the entire safety belt
assembly after your vehicle has
been in a collision. If your
CHEVROLET retailer finds that no
safety belt damage has occurred and
that everything is in proper working
order, you need not make any
replacement.
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CENTER REAR LAP BELT
4. It is dangerous to operate your
vehicle with damaged safety belts
or other parts.
To fasten the center rear lap belt:
1. Hold the metal latch plate 90degrees to the belt and pull belt low
across hips.
2. Insert the latch plate into the buckle.
3. Pull free end of belt away from latch
plate to tighten belt.
4. Pull on belt clip to take up slack.
To remove the lap belt, press the release
button on the buckle.
Belt clip
PULL
PULL
INSERT to fasten
PRESS to unfasten
PULL to
lengthen
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Warning
• After a collision, inspect all safety
belts and related parts for fraying
or other damage. Ask your
CHEVROLET retailer to replace
any damaged parts.
• It is dangerous to operate your
vehicle with damaged safety belts
or other parts.
Failure to make appropriate repairs
may result in additional damage to
your vehicle or personal injuries.
PREGNANT WOMEN AND
SAFETY BELTS
HEAD RESTRAINTS
Safety belts work for everyone,
including pregnant women.
Position
Like all occupants, pregnant women are
more likely to be seriously injured if
they do not wear safety belts. In
addition, when a safety belt is worn
properly, it is more likely that the
unborn child will be safe in a crash.
To provide maximum protection, a
pregnant woman should wear a threepoint safety belt. She should wear the
lap portion of the belt as low as possible
throughout her pregnancy.
Warning
Only drive with the head restraint set
to the proper position.
Removed or improperly adjusted
head restraints can result in serious
head and neck injuries in case of a
collision.
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The middle of the head restraint should
be at eye level. If this is not possible for
extremely tall persons, set to highest
position, and set to lowest position for
short people.
Head Restraints on Front Seats
Head Restraints on Rear Seats
Height adjustment
Height adjustment
Pull the head restraint upwards.
To move down press the catch and push
the head restraint downwards.
Removing
Press the catches and pull up the head
restraint.
Pull the head restraint upwards.
To move down press the catch and push
the head restraint downwards.
Removing
Press the catches and pull up the head
restraint.
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FRONT SEATS
Seat Position
Warning
Only drive with the seat correctly
adjusted.
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Sit with your buttocks as far back
against the backrest as possible.
Adjust the distance between the
seat and the pedals so that your legs
are slightly angled when tromping
the pedals. Slide the passenger seat
as far back as possible.
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against the backrest as possible. Set
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the backrest angle so that you can
easily reach the steering wheel with
your arms slightly bent. Maintain
contact between your 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. See
Steering wheel adjustment on page
49.
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 your head and
the headlining. Your thighs should
rest lightly on the seat without
pressing into it.
Adjust the head restraint. See Head
restraints on page 29.
Adjust the height of the seat belt.
See ‘Driver’s height adjustment’
under Three-point safety belts on
page 26.
Seat Adjustment
Danger
Do not sit nearer than 25 cm from the
steering wheel, to permit safe airbag
deployment.
Warning
Never adjust driver’s while driving.
Driver could loss control of the
vehicle and it result in injury or
property damage.
Seat positioning
Pull handle, slide seat, release handle.
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SAFETY BELTS
Seat backrests
Pull lever, adjust inclination and release
lever. Allow the seat to engage audibly.
Do not lean on seat when adjusting.
The belts are locked during heavy
acceleration or deceleration of the
vehicle for the safety of the occupants.
Warning
Fasten safety belt before each trip.
In the event of an accident, people not
wearing safety belts endanger their
fellow occupants and themselves.
Safety belts are only designed for use
by one person at a time. They are not
suitable for people younger than 12
years of age or smaller than 150 cm(5
ft).
Periodically check all parts of the belt
system for damage and proper
functionality.
Have damaged components replaced.
After an accident, have the belts and
triggered belt tensioners replaced by
CHEVROLT retailer 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.
Safety belt reminder . See Safety belt
reminders on page 57.
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AIR BAG SYSTEM (OPTION)
Your vehicle is equipped with an air bag
supplemental restraint system (SRS)
designed to protect properly seated and
restrained front seat occupants. Both
the driver and front passenger seating
positions are equipped with driver and
passenger air bags and side air bags (if
so equipped), in addition to three-point
safety belts and other safety features.
Each air bag is specially packed in a
module, from which the air bag is
designed to inflate and deploy at
extremely high speed and force in the
event your vehicle is involved in certain
types of collisions which pose a high
risk of serious injury or death to the
driver and passengers.
Warning
If handled improperly the airbag
systems can be triggered in an
explosive manner.
The driver should sit back as far as
possible while still maintaining
control of the vehicle. If you are
sitting too close to the airbag, it can
cause death or serious injury when it
inflates.
For maximum safety protection in all
types of crashes, all occupants
including the driver should always
wear their safety belts to minimize
the risk of severe injury or death in
the event of a crash. Do not sit or lean
unnecessarily close to the airbag
while the vehicle is in motion.
The air bag may cause facial or body
scratch, injury by broken glasses or
getting a burn by explosion while air
bag is deployed.
Warning
The airbag systems and belt tensioner
control electronics are located in the
center console area. Do not put any
magnetic objects in this area.
Do not stick anything on the airbag
covers and do not cover them with
other materials.
Each airbag is triggered only once.
Have deployed airbags replaced by
CHEVROLET retailer workshop.
Do not make any modifications to the
airbag system as this will invalidate
the vehicle type approval.
In the event of airbag deployment
have the steering wheel, the
instrument panel, all paneling parts,
the door seals, the handles and the
seats removed by CHEVROLET
retailer workshop.
When an air bag deploys, there may
be a loud noise and smoke. These
conditions are normal and are not
dangerous but in case it may irritate
skin of the passenger. If the irritation
is continued, contact a doctor.
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Danger
Never allow children or infants and
pregnant women and the old and the
weak sit in the front passenger seats
fitted with airbags.
Furthermore, do not drive with a baby
seat fitted thereon. In case of an
accident, the impact from the inflated
airbag can cause facial injury or
death.
Caution
If the vehicle is impacted by bumps
or objects on unpaved roads or
sidewalks, the air bag may inflate.
Drive slowly on the surfaces not
designed for vehicle traffic to
prevent unintended air bag deployment.
Control indicator for airbag systems.
See Airbag and safety belt tensioner
light on page 57.
Driver’s And Front
Passenger’s Air Bag (option)
Driver’s air bag (option)
The driver’s air bag module is located
in the center of the steering wheel.
Front passenger’s air bag (option)
The passenger’s air bag module is
located in the instrument panel, above
the glove box.
Front passenger’s
air bag
Driver’s air bag
Warning
Air bags are only a supplemental
restraint, and are most effective in
combination with safety belts.
All occupants, including the driver,
should always wear their safety belts,
whether or not an air bag is also
provided at their seating position, to
minimize the risk of severe injury or
death in the event of a crash.
• Air bags do not deploy in side or
rear collisions. Occupants not
wearing their safety belts will not
be protected by any restraint
system, resulting in severe injuries
or death in these types of
collisions.
• Occupants who are not properly
wearing their safety belts may be
thrown forward by braking before
impact, placing their bodies near
or against the air bag modules.
This can cause severe injury from
the force of an air bag’s
deployment.
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How air bags work
Air bags are designed to keep your
head, neck, and chest from slamming
into the instrument panel, steering
wheel or windshield in a front-end
crash. They are not designed to inflate
in rear-end or rollover crashes or in
most side-impact crashes. Your air bags
are designed to deploy in crashes that
are equivalent to, or exceed the force of
a vehicle traveling at a speed of 15 to
23 km/h (9.3 ~ 14.3 mph) crashing into
a solid immovable wall.
The air bag system activates druing a
severe collision which is either frontal
or when the impact angle is up to 30°
from straight ahead.
This crash severity level at which the air
bag will deploy was selected to assure
inflation of air bags in our vehicles at or
below the crash severity at which a
statistical risk of death begins for
frontal collisions.
In the real world, cars rarely crash
squarely into immovable walls; air bags
most often deploy when a vehicle
collides with another vehicle. The
actual speed at which the air bags will
inflate may be higher in the real world,
because real-world accidents usually
involve more complicated multivehicle impacts, angled impacts, and
incomplete frontal impacts (e.g.
sideswipes), and because the object
struck is usually not immovable.
Note
An air bag can also inflate in
moderate to severe non-collision
situations (e.g., slamming the
undercarriage or other solid
component of the vehicle in a dip in
the driving surface) where the crash
sensors generate a signal equivalent
to a crash into a solid immovable
barrier at 15 to 23 km/h (9.3 ~ 14.3
mph).
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Air bags inflate when a sensor detects a
front-end crash of a severity sufficient
for air bag deployment. The crash
sensor sends an electric signal to initiate
the air bag’s inflation. A propellant is
ignited which rapidly burns inside the
air bag module, producing enough
nitrogen gas to fully inflate the air bag.
The chemical process and nitrogen gas
are harmless to the vehicle’s occupants.
Within 0.045 seconds of the crash
detection, the pressure of the inflating
air bag splits open the plastic trim
covering on the module, which is scored
on the inside surface to allow the trim of
the steering wheel hub or passengerside instrument panel to split open
under force.
The air bag fully inflates to create a
surface that can catch the forward
movement of the front occupant’s head
and upper torso. As the occupant comes
into contact with the air bag, the gas in
the bag empties through holes at the
base of the bag to soak up the force from
the occupant’s forward movement.
Note
Air bags cannot smother you and
they don’t restrict your movement.
Air bags have vents, so they deflate
immediately after cushioning you.
The entire process, from initial contact
through the air bag’s inflation and
deflation, occurs within 0.2 seconds,
faster than the blink of an eye. Because
the collision is over in a fraction of a
second, and vehicles involved in an
accident usually come to the final point
of rest only one or two seconds after
initial contact, the supplemental
restraint system must sense the crash
and cause the air bags to deploy nearly
instantaneously to protect the vehicle’s
occupants.
After The Air Bag Deploys
After the air bag deflates, you may
notice a burning smell, smoke, and
white powder in the interior of the
vehicle. This is normal. The burning
smell is from the propellant that was
ignited to inflate the airbag. The white
powder is cornstarch or talcum or
sodium compounds which lubricate the
air bag to reduce friction on the air bag
during storage and inflation. Although
they may cause some skin or eye
irritation, these substances are not toxic.
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SRS Servicing
Your Supplemental Restraint System
(SRS) is virtually maintenance free.
However, if any of the following
occurs, have your SRS serviced
immediately by an authorized dealer.
• Any of your air bags have deployed.
• The air bag warning lamp indicates
malfunction.
Warning
• Do not drive your vehicle after one
or more air bags have deployed.
• Do not try to repair, alter, or
dispose of the air bag yourself.
• Air bags are installed under high
pressure with sophisticated crash
sensing and air bag inflating
systems. Allowing an untrained
and unauthorized person to handle
an air bag can lead to serious
injuries and death.
• Contact your dealer immediately
if either of your vehicle’s air bag
has deployed, if damage occurs to
your vehicle at or near either of the
air bag modules, or if you believe
for any reason that the operating
condition of either air bag has
been impaired.
Driving a vehicle after an air bag has
deployed without authorized service
can result in severe injuries and
death.
How Air Bags Protect Front
Occupants
Vehicle occupants are usually injured in
a collision because their bodies are
thrown into a stationary object, either
inside the vehicle, such as the steering
wheel, instrument panel or windshield,
or outside the vehicle, such as the
driving surface or a tree, when the
occupant is thrown from the vehicle.
Severe injuries also occur by occupants
being jolted by the forces of the crash,
even without body contact with a
stationary object or surface
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All of these injuries are caused by the
force created by the collision as the
vehicle is brought to a sudden stop. The
time and distance which a vehicle is
allowed in slowing or stopping in great
part determines the severity of a
collision’s effect on vehicle occupants.
For example, when a vehicle brakes to a
stop at a red light, the occupant’s bodies
are forced forward. This is because both
the vehicle and its occupants are
initially traveling at the same speed.
The brakes slow the vehicle, and the
occupants continue to move forward
somewhat inside the vehicle. However,
properly positioned and restrained
occupants are rarely injured when a
vehicle comes to a stop by even sudden
and hard braking. This is because even
hard braking allows a comparatively
long time and distance for the vehicle to
stop. The safety belts and the
occupants’ strength are generally
sufficient to safely counteract the force
of a braking stop.
In a crash, a vehicle may go from
highway speed to a full stop in a
fraction of a second and in a distance of
less than one foot. This extremely short
stopping time and distance greatly
increases the force placed upon the
occupants. No person has the strength
or reflexes to counteract this force.
Even occupants properly positioned
and wearing their safety belts will find
their head, upper torso, arms, and hips
thrown forward at the speed the vehicle
was traveling before impact. In
moderate to severe frontal collisions,
even occupants wearing safety belts
can sustain internal brain and organ
injuries without the occupant’s head or
torso hitting any stationary objects or
surfaces.
Air bags provide additional stopping
time and distance for the head and
upper torsos of front occupants in
moderate to severe frontal or nearfrontal collisions. This additional time
and distance can save lives and prevent
serious injuries.
Help Your Air Bags To Protect
You*
Besides their lifesaving benefits, the air
bag system also poses some moderate
risks.
Because an air bag inflates with
considerable force, speed and
suddenness, the air bag supplemental
restraint system will be safer and more
effective if the occupants are properly
positioned in the vehicle.
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Warning
Essential Air Bag Safety Rules:
• Never place a rear-facing child
seat in the front seat.
• Children age 12 years and under
should ride in the back seat
whenever possible.
• Always wear your safety belts,
even if your vehicle is not
equipped with an air bag.
• Move your seatback rearward as
far as is comfortable and safe, tilt
the seatback slightly and sit
against the back of the seat.
• Do not place objects on, over or
near the air bag modules. They can
become projectiles during
inflation, causing severe injury.
• Do not lean forward or rest any
part of your body on the trim
covering the air bag modules.
• Do not drive with the steering
column tilt adjusted fully upward.
Severe injury and death can result
from failing to observe these air bag
safety rules.
Always secure any rear-facing child
seat in the back seat.
Child restraint systems in which the
child faces the rear of the seat must
never be placed in the front seat. The
deployment of an air bag risks severe
injury or death to a child in a rear-facing
child seat placed in the front seat.
Children should be seated in the back
seat.
According to accident statistics,
children age 12 years and under are
safer when properly restrained in the
back seat than in the front seat, and
should ride in the back seat whenever
possible. Children are safer in the back
seat only because of the risks of injury
by air bags. Studies have shown that
children are also safer in the back seat
than in a front seat without an air bag.
Proper positioning of adults and
teenagers.
Adults and teenagers seated in the front
driver and passenger seats can also
improve their safety and the
effectiveness of the air bags by using
proper seating positions.
For the best seating position of adults
and teenagers:
• Wear the three-point safety belts
at all times.
All occupants, including the driver,
should always wear their safety
belts whether or not an air bag is
also provided at their seating
position to minimize the risk of
severe injury or death in the event of
a crash.
Air bags do not deploy in rear and
side-impact collisions. Occupants
not wearing their safety belts will
not be protected by any restraint
system, resulting in severe injuries
or death in these types of collisions.
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Occupants who are not properly
wearing their safety belts may be
thrown forward by braking before
impact, placing their bodies near or
against the air bag modules. This
can cause severe injury from the
force of air bag’s deployment.
Move the back of the seat rearward
as far back as is comfortable and
safe.
Positioning your seat farther away
from the air bag module will not
decrease the effectiveness of the air
bag. Greater distance from the
module means greater protection
from the air bag’s forceful and
sudden deployment. Never move
the driver’s seatback so far as to
impair the driver’s ability to
comfortably reach the steering
wheel, pedals and other instrument
and controls.
Tilt the safety belt slightly and do
not lean forward.
Tilt the seatback slightly, and sit
with your back against the back of
the seat. Do not lean or otherwise
position your body close - within 15
cm(6 inch) - to the air bag module.
Do not rest any part of your body on
or near the plastic trim covering the
air bag module (the hub of the
steering wheel or the passenger side
of the instrument panel above the
glove box). Try to keep your head
and body more than 25 to 30 cm (10
to 12 inches) away from the air bag.
More distance is safer.
Warning
To perform well, an air bag must
deploy quickly. The force is greatest
in the first 5-8 cm (2-3 inches) after
the air bag bursts through its cover
and begins to inflate. Those 2 to 3
inches immediately after the air bag
bursts through its module cover and
begins to inflate are the risk zone.
• If an occupant’s body is in this risk
zone when the air bag deploys,
severe injury or even death could
result.
• The force decreases as the air bag
inflates farther from the module
cover.
• Greater distance from the air bag
module means greater safety
when the air bag deploys.
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Do not place objects, children or
pets between you and the air bag
module.
Your vehicle’s air bag modules are
located on the steering wheel and on
the instrument panel above the
glove box. Placing objects on, over
or near the plastic trim covering
these air bag modules could cause
those objects to be propelled by the
inflating air bag into your face and
torso causing serious injury.
Children and pets should never ride
on another occupant’s lap. Do not
place objects which could cause
injury during deployment on an
occupant’s lap.
Tilt the steering wheel downward
(if so equipped), pointing the air bag
toward your chest instead of your
head and neck.
Never position the steering wheel at
the highest position. This position
should only be used to allow easy
entry and exit from the driver’s seat.
Lower the steering before starting
to drive. This will aim the air bag
at the driver’s chest, rather than the
more easily injured head and neck.
Note
The fact that your vehicle may be
severely damaged and the air bags
did not inflate or the fact that the
vehicle is relatively undamaged and
the air bag did inflate does not
necessarily mean that there is
something wrong with your air bag
system. The crash sensors detect the
severity of the crash, not the amount
of damage to the vehicle.
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Storage 43
STORAGE
STORAGE COMPARTMENTS
Instrument Panel Storage
Storage compartments .................... 43
Luggage / load locations ................ 45
Additional storage features ............ 47
Information on loading the vehicle ..47
Coin Box
Storage on top of the instrument
panel
Store your coins in a place.
The storage is used for small articles,
etc.
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Cupholder
Glovebox
Warning
Do not place uncovered cups of hot
liquid in the cup holder while the
vehicle is in motion. If the hot liquid
spills, you burn yourself. Such a burn
to the driver could lead to loss of
control of the vehicle.
To reduce the risk of personal injury
in the event of sudden stop or
collision, do not place uncovered or
unsecured bottles, glasses, cans, etc.,
in the cup holder while the vehicle is
in motion.
To open pull the grip.
Warning
To reduce the risk of injury in an
accident or a sudden stop, always
keep the glovebox door closed while
driving.
The cup holders are located in the front
console and rear part of the center
console.
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LUGGAGE/LOAD LOCATIONS
Sunglasses Storage*
Luggage Compartment
Folding down rear seat backrests
Warning
Fold down to open.
Do not use for storing heavy objects.
Do not stack luggage or other cargo
higher than the front seats.
Do not allow passengers to sit on the
folded seatbacks while the vehicle is
in motion.
Unrestrained luggage or passengers
on a folded seatback can be thrown
about within or ejected from the
vehicle in a sudden stop or accident.
Serious injuries or death can result.
To fold down the rear seat backs
separately:
1. Pull up the strap (1 or 2) under the
front of the rear seat cushion to
release it. If your vehicle is
equipped with the rear seat head
restraints, it must be removed.
2. Guide the released rear seat cushion
to an upright position.
Note
To ensure enough room for rear seat
cushion operation, slide the front
seat forward and adjust the front
seatback upright.
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4. Adjust the front seats to the desired
position.
To return the seatback to the upright
position, lift it up and push it firmly into
place.
To return the rear seat cushion, put the
rear part of the seat cushion in its
original position, then push the front
part of the seat cushion firmly down
until it latches.
3. Pull up the release knob on top of
the rear seatback and fold it forward
and down.
Warning
Ensure that the rear seatbacks are all
the way back and locked in position
before operating the vehicle with
passengers in the back seat.
Do not pull the release knobs on the
top of the seatback while the vehicle
is moving.
It can cause injuries or damage to the
occupants.
Caution
When returning rear seatback to the
upright position, place the rear safety
belt and buckles between the rear
seatback and one cushion. Make sure
the rear safety belt and buckles are
not to be pinched under the rear seat
cushion.
Make sure the safety belts are not
twisted or caught in the seatback and
are arranged in their proper position.
Caution
Folding a rear seat with the safety
belts still fastened may cause
damage to the seat or the safety belts.
Always unbuckle the safety belts and
return them to their normal stowed
position before folding a rear seat.
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Warning
Never allow passengers to sit on top
of the folded down seatback, while
the car is moving as this is not a
proper seating position and no seat
belts are available for use.
This could result in serious injury or
death in case of an accident or sudden
stop.
Objects carried on the folded down
seatback should not extend higher
than the top of the front seats. This
could allow cargo to slide forward
and cause injury or damage during
sudden stops.
ADDITIONAL STORAGE
FEATURES*
Convenience Net
You can carry small loads with your
optional convenience net.
To install the net, hang each loop in the
upper corner of the net to both anchors
of the back panel.
INFORMATION ON
LOADING THE VEHICLE
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Caution
The convenience net is designed for
small loads. Do not carry heavy
objects in your convenience net.
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Heavy objects in the load compartment should be placed against the
seat backrests. Ensure the backrests
are securely engaged. If objects can
be stacked, the heavier objects
should be placed at the bottom.
Secure objects in load compartment
to prevent sliding.
When transporting objects in the
load compartment, the backrests of
the rear seats must not be angled
forward.
Do not allow the load to protrude
above the upper edge of the
backrests.
Do not place any objects on the load
compartment cover or the instrument panel, do not cover the sensor
on top of the instrument panel.
The load must not obstruct the
operation of the pedals, parking
brake and gear selector, or hinder
the freedom of movement of the
driver. Do not place any unsecured
objects in the interior.
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Do not drive with an open load
compartment.
n The payload is the difference
between the permitted gross vehicle
weight (see Identification plate on
page 139) and the kerb weight. For
the kerb weight in detail, refer to the
technical data section. The kerb
weight includes weights for the
driver (68 kg), luggage (7 kg) and
all fluids (tank 90 % full). Optional
equipment and accessories increase
the kerb weight.
n 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 center 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.
n
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INSTRUMENTS
AND CONTROLS
Controls .......................................... 49
Windscreen wiper/washer .............. 50
Clock .............................................. 52
Power outlets .................................. 52
Cigarette lighter ............................. 52
Warning lights, gauges and
indicators......................................... 54
Service display ............................... 55
Trip computer ................................. 60
Telltale IP display unit .................... 60
CONTROLS
Steering Wheel Adjustment
(Option)
Horn
Unlock lever, adjust steering wheel,
then engage lever and ensure it is fully
locked.
Do not adjust steering wheel unless
vehicle is stationary.
Press
Caution
If strong impact delivers to steering
column axle direction when the
steering wheel is adjusted or the lever
is locked, it may cause damage to the
parts related to steering wheel.
.
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WINDSHIELD WIPER/
WASHER
Windshield Wiper
OFF
INT
LO
HI
To operate the windshield wipers, turn
the ignition ON and move the
windshield wiper / washer lever
upward.
OFF : System off.
INT : Intermittent operation.
LO : Continuous wipe, slow speed.
HI : Continuous wipe, fast speed
For a single swipe when the windshield
wipers are off, lightly move the
windshield wiper lever toward the INT
position and release it. The lever will
return automatically to its normal
position when released. The wipers will
operate through one cycle.
Misting function
To operate the windshield wipers once
in case of light rain or mist, lightly
move the windshield wiper /washer
lever toward the INT position and
release it.
The lever will return automatically to
its normal position when released. The
wipers will operate through one cycle.
Caution
Less than clear vision for the driver
can lead to an accident resulting in
personal injury and damage to your
vehicle or other property.
Do not operate the windshield wipers
when the windshield is dry or
obstructed, as with snow or ice. Using
the wipers on an obstructed
windshield can damage the wiper
blades, wiper motor, and glass.
Check blades are not frozen to
windows before operating in cold
weather. Wiper operation while blade
is frozen can damage wiper motor.
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Windshield Washer
OFF
INT
LO
HI
Caution
Washer fluid can form ice on a frozen
tailgate window and obstruct your
vision.
Do not operate the tailgate window
washer continuously for more than
some seconds, or when the washer
fluid tank is empty. This can cause the
washer motor to overheat resulting in
costly repairs.
Rear Window Wiper/Washer
OFF
INT
LO
HI
Warning
Pull lever. Washer fluid is sprayed onto
the windshield and the wiper swipes for
a few strokes.
Do not spray washer fluid on the
windshield in freezing weather.
Using washer fluid and wipers may
cause an accident in freezing weather
because washer fluid can form ice on
a frozen windshield and obstruct your
vision.
To operate the tailgate wiper and
washer, push the lever toward the
instrument panel. Pushing once, wiper
will operate continuously at slow
speed. To spray the washer fluid, push
the lever once more.
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CLOCK
POWER OUTLETS*
CIGARETTE LIGHTER*
Time is shown in the cluster.
Set time
Push the CLOCK button of the cluster
for more than 1 second. When the hour
is flashed, adjust the current hour using
the CLOCK button.
After for a second, the minute will flash
automatically then adjust the current
minute using the CLOCK button.
The setting will be finished without any
operation after adjusting in few
seconds.
A 12V power outlet is located in the
front console.
Do not exceed the maximum power
consumption of 120 watts.
With ignition off the power outlet is
deactivated.
Additionally the power outlet is
deactivated in case of low battery
voltage.
Do not connect any current delivering
accessories, e.g. electrical charging
devices or batteries.
Do not damage the sockets by using
unsuitable plugs.
To operate the cigar lighter, turn the
ignition switch to ACC or ON and push
the lighter in all the way.
The cigar lighter will pop out
automatically when it is ready to use.
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Caution
Overheating the cigarette lighter can
damage the heating element and the
lighter itself.
Do not hold the lighter in while it is
heating. This can cause the lighter to
overheat.
Trying to operate a malfunctioning
cigarette lighter can be dangerous. If
the heated cigarette lighter does not
pop out within 25 seconds, pull it out
and consult a Chevrolet retailer to
have it repaired. We recommend that
you consult your authorised repairer.
It can cause injuries and damage to
your vehicle.
Warning
If you leave the vehicle with an
inflammable explosive substance,
such as a disposable lighter, inside the
car in summer, it can explode and
cause fire due to an increase of
temperature in the passenger
compartment and the boot.
Please ensure that no inflammable
explosive substances are left or kept
inside the car.
Caution
The cigarette socket should only be
used with the cigarette lighter. If
other 12V power adapters are
installed into the cigarette socket,
fuse failure or a potential thermal
incident may occur.
Caution
The barrel of an operating cigarette
lighter can become very hot.
Do not touch the barrel of the
cigarette lighter and do not allow
children to operate or play with the
cigarette lighter.
This hot metal can cause personal
injuries and damage to your vehicle
or other property.
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WARNING LIGHTS, GAUGES
AND INDICATORS
Speedometer
Indicates vehicle speed.
Odometer
Tachometer
The odometer shows how far your car
has been driven in kilometres or miles.
There are two independent trip
odometers, which measure the
distances your vehicle has travelled
since you last reset this function.
The odometer, trip A and trip B can be
switched by pressing the TRIP button.
Note
To reset each trip odometre to zero,
press the TRIP button of the cluster
more than 2 seconds.
Displays the engine revolutions per
minute.
Drive in a low engine speed range for
each gear as much as possible.
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SERVICE DISPLAY
Control indicators
Fuel Gauge
The control indicators described are not
present in all vehicles. The description
applies to all instrument versions.
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
Displays the fuel level in the tank.
Because of the fuel remaining in the
tank, the top-up quantity may be less
than the specified tank capacity.
Movement of the fuel within the fuel
tank causes the fuel gauge pointer to
move when you brake, accelerate or
turn.
Danger
Before refueling, stop vehicle and
switch off the engine. Never run the
tank dry.
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Control Indicators In The Instrument Panel
Instruments & Controls 57
Turn Signal
illuminates or flashes green.
Flashes
The control indicator flashes if a turn
signal or the hazard warning flashers
are activated.
Fast flashing
Failure of a turn signal light or
associated fuse.
See Bulb replacement on page 111.
See Fuses on page 117.
See Turn and Lane-Change Signals on
page 64.
Seat Belt Reminders (Option)
Safety belt reminders on front seats
for driver's seat illuminates or flashes
red.
2 for front passenger seat illuminates
or flashes red, when seat is occupied.
1. After the ignition switched ON, the
control indicator illuminates until
the safety belt is fastened.
2. After the engine is running, the
control indicator flashes for 100
seconds and then illuminates until
the safety belt is fastened.
3. If the vehicle moves more than
250m (0.15 mile) or the speed is
over 22km/h (14 mph) with
unfastened safety belt, the control
indicator will flash and the chime
will sound for 100 seconds.
After 100 seconds, the indicator will
illuminate until the safety belt is
fastened, and the chime will go off.
Airbag And Safety Belt
Tensioner Light
illuminates red.
When the ignition is switched on, the
control indicator illuminates for about
few seconds. If it does not illuminate,
does not go out after few seconds or
illuminates whilst driving, there is a
fault in the belt tensioner or in the
airbag system. The systems may fail to
trigger in the event of an accident.
Vehicle trouble or deployment of the
belt tensioners or airbags may be
indicated by continuous illumination of
9.
Warning
Have the cause of the fault eliminated
immediately by CHEVROLET
retailer workshop.
See Airbag system on page 33,
See “Belt tensioners” under Safety belts
on page 32.
Service Vehicle Soon
illuminates yellow when the
vehicle needs a service.
It illuminates in combination with a
warning code.
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Charging System Light
illuminates red.
It illuminates when the ignition is
switched on and goes out shortly after
the engine starts.
Illuminates when the engine is
running
Stop, switch off the engine. Battery is
not charging. Engine cooling may be
interrupted.
In diesel engines, power to the brake
servo unit may be cut.
Seek the assistance of a authorised
CHEVROLET retailer workshop.
Malfunction Indicator Light
illuminates yellow.
It illuminates when the ignition is
switched on and goes out shortly after
the engine starts.
Brake System Warning Light
illuminates red.
Illuminates when the parking brake is
released, if the brake fluid level is too
low or if there is a brake system fault.
See Brake fluid on page 108.
P
Warning
Do not drive with the brake system
warning lamp on.
This may mean your brakes are not
working properly.
Driving with malfunctioning brakes
can lead to a collision resulting in
personal injuries and damage to your
vehicle and other property.
Illuminates after the ignition is
switched on if the manual parking brake
is applied.
See Parking brake on page 95.
Antilock Brake System (ABS)
Warning Light
illuminates yellow.
Illuminates for a few seconds after the
ignition is switched on. The system is
ready for operation when the control
indicator goes out.
If the control indicator does not go out
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.
See Antilock brake system (ABS) on
page 94.
Engine Coolant Temperature
Warning Light
illuminates red.
This lamp tells you that the engine
coolant has overheated.
If you have been operating your vehicle
under normal driving conditions, you
should pull off the road, stop your
vehicle and let the engine idle for a few
minutes.
If the lamp does not go out, you should
switch the engine off and consult
CHEVROLET retailer workshop as
soon as possible.
Engine Oil Pressure Light
illuminates red.
It illuminates when the ignition is
switched on and goes out shortly after
the engine starts.
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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.
If the engine oil pressure warning lamp
comes on while driving, Pull off the
road, stop the engine and check the oil
level.
Warning
When the engine is off, considerably
more force is needed to brake and
steer.
Do not remove key until vehicle has
come to a standstill, otherwise the
steering column lock could engage
unexpectedly.
Check oil level before seeking.
See Engine oil on page 104.
Low Fuel Warning Light
Door Ajar Light
illuminates yellow.
Illuminates when level in fuel tank is
too low.
illuminates red.
It illuminates when a door or the
tailgate is open.
Caution
Electric Power Steering (EPS)
Indicator Light:
Do not let your vehicle run out of
fuel.This can damage the catalytic
converter.
See Catalytic converter on page 93.
Bleeding the diesel fuel system Page
109.
High - Beam on Light
illuminates blue.
Illuminated when high beam is on and
during headlight flash.
See Headlamp high/low-beam changer
on page 62.
Fog Lamp Light*
illuminates green.
Illuminated when the front fog lamps
are on.
See Front fog lamps on page 64.
illuminates yellow.
Illuminates with power steering
disabled
Failure in the power steering system.
Consult a work shop / consult your
retailer
Illuminates after interruption of
power supply.
The steering angle sensor must be
calibrated to make the power steering
system operational again. For
calibration turn the steering wheel from
limit position to limit position.
The control indicator goes out when the
power steering system is operational
again.
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TRIP COMPUTER
Trip computer provides the driver with
driving information such as driving
distance.
TELLTALE IP DISPLAY UNIT
Water in Fuel Indicator Light
Illuminates, when the water level, in the
water separator (separated from the
diesel fuel) reaches to the maximum.
If the light comes on and remains on
with the engine running, it indicated the
need for draining of the water separator.
Please visit the nearest CHEVROLET
retailer workshop for the water
draining.
Glow Plug Indicator Light
Illuminates when the ignition is ON and
stays on for a short time or may go off
right away. The waiting time will vary
according to the engine coolant
temperature.
When the glow plugs are sufficiently
heated for cold starting, the light will go
out. Then the engine should be started.
Lighting 61
LIGHTING
EXTERIOR LIGHTING
Exterior Lamp Controls
Exterior lighting ............................. 61
Interior lighting .............................. 65
Lighting features ............................ 66
ON
OFF
OFF
To turn the head and tail lamps on or off,
twist the end of the combination switch
lever. The light switch has three
positions which activate various lamp
functions as follows:
OFF : All the lamps are off.
: The tail lamps, number plate
lamps, and instrument panel
lamps are illuminated.
: The low-beam headlamps and
all of the above lamps are
illuminated.
T h e h e a d l a m p s w i l l t u r n o ff
automatically when the driver's door is
opened after the ignition switch is
turned to LOCK.
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Headlamp High/Low-Beam
Changer
ON
OFF
Warning
Always switch the high beam
headlamps to low beam when you
approach oncoming vehicles. High
beam headlamps can temporarily
blind other drivers, which could
result in a collision.
Flash - To - Pass
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
To switch from low to high beam, push
lever.
To switch to low beam, push lever again
or pull.
Note
The headlamp high-beam indicator
illuminates when headlamps are on
high beam.
The lever will return to its normal
position when you release it. The highbeam headlamps will stay on as long as
you hold the combination switch lever
towards you.
Lighting 63
Headlamp Range Adjustment
To adapt headlamp range to the vehicle
load to prevent dazzling: turn knob to
required position.
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.
Headlamps when driving abroad
The asymmetrical headlamp 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 headlamp to
prevent dazzling of oncoming traffic.
Have the headlamp adjusted by
CHEVROLET retailer workshop.
Hazard Warning Flashers
Operated with the button.
To activate the hazard warning flashers,
push the button.
To turn off the flashers, push the button
again.
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Turn and Lane-Change Signals
Parking Lamps
ON
ON
OFF
Front Fog Lamp*
OFF
lever up
= left indicator
lever down = right indicator
If the lever is moved past the resistance
point, the indicator is switched on
constantly. When the steering wheel
moves back, the indicator is automatically deactivated.
OFF
ON
OFF
To turn the fog lamps on, make sure the
low-beam headlamps are on.
And turn the ring on the middle of the
combination switch lever to ON
position.
To turn the fog lamps off, turn the ring
to the OFF position.
OFF
OFF
When the vehicle is parked, the position
lamp front and rear on one side can be
activated:
1. Switch off ignition.
2. Move turn signal lever all the way
up (left parking lamp) or down
(right parking lamp).
Confirmed by a signal and the
corresponding turn signal control
indicator.
Lighting 65
INTERIOR LIGHTING
Reversing Lamps
Courtesy Light
The reversing lamp come on when the
ignition is on and reverse gear is
selected.
Note
The battery can be discharged if the
lights keep turning on for a long
time
Warning
Misted Lamp Covers
Avoid using the courtesy light while
driving in the dark.
A lit passenger compartment reduces
visibility in the dark, and could cause
a collision.
The inside of the lamp housing 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
headlamps.
Operate rocker switch:
: always on until shut off manually.
: automatic switching on when you
open a door and off after doors are
closed.
: always off, even when doors are
open.
66 Lighting
LIGHTING FEATURES
Battery Power Protection
Switching off electric lights
Battery saver is to prevent the battery
from being discharged.
If you open the driver's door, parking
and headlamps lights are turned off
automatically when the ignition is
switched to LOCK or ACC position.
The courtesy lights will not be applied
with this function.
Infotainment System 67
INFOTAINMENT
SYSTEM (OPTION)
INTRODUCTION
Introduction .................................... 67
Radio ............................................... 71
Audio players ................................. 73
Setting the security lock (registering
the ID code)
Turn off the radio.
[ Press [POWER] simultaneously
holding down [INFO] and [4].
[ The ID code registration mode will
be established.
[ Press [1]~[6] to enter the four digit
codes.
[ Press [1]~[6] to confirm the code
again.
[ The radio shows "security on".
The ID code will be registered and the
radio will be turned off.
Releasing The Security Lock
Turn off the radio.
[ Press [POWER] simultaneously
holding down [INFO] and [4].
[ The ID code registration mode will
be established.
[ Press [1]~[6] to enter the four digit
codes.
Theft-Deterrent Feature (Option)
[ The radio shows "security off".
If the code entry agrees with the
registered code, the security lock is
released and the radio is turned off.
Note
If you have a problem, contact your
CHEVROLET retailer workshop.
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Overview
Infotainment System 69
1. [POWER]
• When the power is ON:
- Short press: Audio mute
on/off.
- Long press: Turns on/off the
radio.
• When the power is OFF:
- Pressing the power button
turns the power ON.
2. [VOLUME]
• Volume adjustment
• Tone adjustment in the tone
control mode.
3. [TUNE DOWN]
• Radio mode
- Short Press: 1 step tune-down
- Long Press: Continuous tunedown
• CD mode
- Short Press: previous track or
file playback
- Long Press: Fast-forward
playback
4. [TUNE UP]
• Radio mode
- Short Press: 1 step tune-up
- Long Press: Continuous tuneup
• CD mode
- Short Press: Next track or file
playback
- Long Press: Fast-reverse
playback
5. [AUX]
• Auxiliary mode selection
6. [Aux Socket]
• Socket of Auxiliary Jack
7. [SOUND]
• Bass/Middle/Treble/Fader/
Balance/Preset EQ adjustment
8. [SCAN/AST*]
• Short Press: Traffic
announcement reception setting.
• Long Press: Configuration
setting
- AF On/Off: RDS AF switching
function enable/disable
- REG On/Off: RDS regional
function enable/disable
- PTY none: RDS program type
selection
- Fav. Page 1~6: Favorite page
setting
- AST. Page On/Off: Autostore
page enable/disable
9. [EJECT]
• Eject the disc from the CD deck.
10. [PRESET] #1~#6
• Radio Mode
- Short Press: Recall the prememorized station in the preset
memory
- Long Press: Store to preset
memory
• CD Mode
- [#1 DIR]: enable or disable
directory playback mode.
- [#2 RPT]: enable or disable
repeat playback mode.
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- [#3 RDM]: enable or disable
random playback mode.
- [#4 INT]: enable or disable
intro-scan playback mode.
11. [CD]
• Compact Disc playback mode
selection
• CD pause function when CD
playback
12. [FAV/INFO]
• Radio Mode
- Short Press: Selection favorite
page
- Long Press: Information
display of the current station.
• CD Mode
- Short Press: Information
display of the current track.
13. [BAND/AST]
• Radio Mode selection
• Radio mode
- Short press: AM or FM radio
band selection
- Long Press: Auto-store
function, Search and memory
the best 12 stations.
14. [USB]
• USB mode selection
• USB Pause function when USB
playback
15. [SEEK UP]
• Radio mode
- Short Press: next broadcasting
station search upward
- Long Press: PTY search
upward
• CD mode
- Next folder when CD playback
16. [SEEK DOWN]
• Radio mode
- Short Press: previous
broadcasting station search
downward
- Long Press: PTY search
downward
• CD mode
- Previous folder when CD
playback
17. [USB SOCKET]
• Socket of USB
Operation
Power On/Off
Power On
[ Press [POWER] to turn on the
radio.
Power off
[ Press [POWER] and hold more
than 1 second to turn off the
radio.
Audio Mute
Press [POWER] to make audio mute
when the power is on.
Volume Adjustment
Turn the volume clockwise to increase
the audio volume.
Turn the volume counter-clockwise to
decrease the audio volume.
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RADIO
Audio Adjustment
AM - FM Radio
Favorite preset memory
Bass Tone Adjustment
Press the [AUDIO] repeatedly until
radio show "Bass" and turn the
[VOLUME] knob clockwise or
counter-clockwise to increase or
decrease the bass effect.
Midrange, Treble, Balance, & Fader
Adjustment
Almost same with above "Bass Tone
Adjustment" but select each tone mode.
Preset EQ Selection
Almost same with above "Bass Tone
Adjustment" but select preset EQ mode
The kinds of preset EQ Mode are
Radio Mode Selection
It have 6 favorite pages and store up to
48 stations regardless of AM or FM
band.
...→OFF →POP →Rock → Country →
Voice → Jazz → Classic→OFF→...
Press the [BAND/AST] to listen the
radio from other mode.
Band Change
The band changes from AM to FM or
FM to AM all times [BAND/AST]
pressed.
It can store current station by the
following procedure
Step 1: Seek station or tune station
manually you want.
Manual Tune Up/Down
Step 2: Select the favorite page by
pressing [FAV/INFO].
Press [TUNE UP]/[TUNE DOWN] to
increase/decrease the frequency.
Step 3: Press and hold [PRESET #]
more than 1 second
The frequency increase or decrease 1
step all times [TUNE UP]/[TUNE
DOWN] pressed.
By above procedure, the 48 stations are
stored in the favorite preset memory.
Recall favorite preset
If this button is pressed continuously,
then the frequency increase or decrease
continuously.
You can listen to the station stored in the
favorite preset by the following
procedure.
Seek Up/Down
Press [SEEK UP]/[SEEK DOWN] to
find next/previous station automatically.
Step 1: Select the favorite page by
pressing [FAV/INFO].
Step 2: press [PRESET #] which
store the station you want to listen
to.
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Auto-store Function
Radio Reception
Auto-store
Radio reception may be disrupted by
static, noise, distortion or loss of
reception due to
n changes in distance from the
transmitter,
n multi-path reception due to
reflection and
n shadowing.
Press [SCAN/AST*] more than 1
second, then radio starts auto-store
function.
Delete Auto-store Page
After the auto-store function is
operated, the radio has auto-store
pages.
Fixed Mast Antenna
To delete the auto-store page, press
[FAV/INFO] until radio shows
"AST.PAGE On" and turn [VOLUME]
knob to make "AST.PAGE Off".
To remove the roof antenna, rotate it
counterclockwise. To install the roof
antenna, rotate it clockwise.
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AUDIO PLAYER
Caution
Be sure to remove the antenna before
entering a place with a low ceiling or
it may be damaged.
Entering the automatic car wash with
the antenna installed may result in
damage to the antenna or the roof
panel. Be sure to remove your
antenna before entering the
automatic car wash.
Install the antenna fully tightened and
adjusted to the upright position to
ensure proper reception.
CD Player
As the CD is inserted, the radio will
appear on the display and as the CD is
loading, File check will appear on the
display.
Once playback begins, the track and
track number will appear on the display.
If the ignition or radio is turned off with
a CD in the player, it will stay in the
player. When the ignition and radio are
turned on, the CD will start playing
where it stopped, if it was the last
selected audio source.
If playing a CD-R, the sound quality
may be reduced due to CD-R quality,
the method of recording, the quality of
the music that has been recorded, and
the way the CD-R has been handled.
There may be an increase in skipping,
difficulty in finding tracks, and/or
difficulty in loading and ejecting. If
these problems occur, check the bottom
surface of the CD. If the surface of the
CD is damaged, such as cracked,
broken, or scratched, the CD will not
play properly. If the surface of the CD is
soiled, see Care of Your CDs for more
information.
If there is no apparent damage, try a
known good CD.
Do not add any label to a CD, it could
get caught in the CD player. If a CD is
recorded on a personal computer and a
description label is needed, try labeling
the top of the recorded CD with a
marking pen instead.
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Caution
If you add any label to a CD, insert
more than one CD into the slot at a
time, or attempt to play scratched or
damaged CD’s, you could damage
the CD player. When using the CD
player, use only CD’s in good
condition without any label, load one
CD at a time, and keep the CD player
and the loading slot free of foreign
materials, liquids, and debris.
If an error appears on the display, see
"CD Messages" later in this section.
Disc Insert
Insert a CD into a CD slot with CD label
up.
CD Playback Mode Selection
Insert a CD into CD deck, then the CD
goes to the playback mode.
CD EJECT
RPT (Repeat)
Press the [EJECT], then the disc will be
ejected from the radio.
Press [2RPT], then CD plays back
current track repeatedly.
Pull out the disc out of the radio.
To cancel this function, press [2RPT]
again.
Pause
Press [CD] to pause playback while a
CD is playing back.
"PAUSE' will flash on the display.
RDM (Random):
Press [3RDM], then CD plays back
tracks randomly.
Press [CD] again to start playback.
To cancel this function, press [3RDM]
again.
Next/Previous Track
INT (Intro-Scan):
Press [TUNE UP/TUNE DOWN], then
the CD starts playback of the
next/previous track.
Press [4 INT], then CD plays back just
10 seconds of the current track, jump to
next track and do this action repeatedly.
Fast forward/Fast reverse
To cancel this function, press [4 INT]
again.
Press and hold [TUNE UP/TUNE
DOWN], then the CD plays back fast
forward/fast reverse.
Next/Previous Folder - only Mp3*
Press [SEEK UP/SEEK DOWN], then
the radio start playback of the
next/previous track.
To cancel this function, press [1 DIR]
again.
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Auxiliary Devices
AUX Mode*
USB playback mode*
The radio has one auxiliary input
jack(diameter 3.5mm) located on the
lower right side of the faceplate.
USB Playback Mode Selection
Press the [USB] to change to play back
the USB files from other mode.
USB memory insertion
Insert a USB memory into the USB
socket, so the radio plays back the USB
files automatically.
USB Extraction
Pull the USB memory from the USB
socket by hand.
* Other functions are same with CD
mode.
This is not an audio output; do not plug
the headphone set into the front
auxiliary input jack.
You can however, connect an external
audio device such as an iPod, laptop
computer, MP3 player, CD changer,
receiver, etc. to the auxiliary input jack
for use as another source for audio
listening.
AUX In Mode Selection*
Press [AUX] in the other playback
mode.
If the auxiliary jack isn't detected for the
presence of an output jack, the aux
mode will be prevented.
Steering wheel audio controls*
1. [POWER]
Power on: Press this button.
Power off: Press this button more
than 1 second.
Audio mute: Press this button when
the power is on.
2. [Volume Up]
Press [VOLUME UP] Button to
increase the audio volume. Press
this button, then the radio increases
the audio level. If this button is
pressed more than 1 second, then the
radio increases the audio volume
step by step.
3. Volume Down Button
Press [VOLUME DOWN] to
decrease the audio volume. Press
this button, then the radio increases
the audio volume. If this button is
pressed more than 1 second, then the
radio decrease the audio volume
step by step.
4. Seek
4-1. RADIO MODE : Press this
button to move to next preset
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station. (Favorite preset #1→
#2→ #3→ #4...)
Press this button more than 1
second to search for the next
station.
4-2. CDP MODE : Press this
button to jump to the next
track.
(Track01→Track02→...)
Press this button more than 1
second to play back the track
fast forward.
5. Mode
The play mode will be change by
following order whenever this
button is pressed.
FM→ AM→ (CDP)→ (USB)→
(AUX)→FM...
The radio skips the CDP mode if
there is no disc in the radio.
The radio skips the USB mode if
there is no USB memory on the
radio.
The radio skips the AUX mode if
there is aux jack in the socket on the
radio.
Climate Control 77
CLIMATE
CONTROL
Climate control systems ................. 77
Air vents ......................................... 85
Maintenance ................................... 86
CLIMATE CONTROL
SYSTEMS
Air Conditioning System
Warning
Do not sleep in a vehicle with the air
conditioning or heating system on. It
may cause serious harm or death due
to a drop in the oxygen level and/or
body temperature.
Controls for:
n Temperature
n Air distribution
n Fan speed
n Heating
n Demisting and Defrosting
n Air recirculation
n Heated rear window
Temperature
Adjust the temperature by turning the
knob.
red : warm
blue : cold
Air distribution
Select air outlet by turning the centered
knob.
: Bi-level mode: To the face and
foot
: to the foot well, with a small
amount of the air being directed
to windshield, front door
windows and side air vents.
: Face mode: to the face area
: Demist/Defrost mode
: Demist/Foot mode: To the
windshield and foot well .
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Fan speed
Adjust the air flow by switching the fan
to the desired speed.
Demisting windshield
Air Recirculation System
The air recirculation mode is operated
with the
lever.
1. Set the recirculation mode
outside air mode and turn the
distribution knob to DEFROST
2. Switch on cooling .
3. Select desired temperature.
4. Adjust the fan control knob
desired speed.
to
air
.
to
Warning
Driving with recirculation mode for
prolonged period of time can make
you sleepy. Periodically turn to the
outside air mode for fresh air.
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.
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Cooling
Warning
Operated with the u button and is
functional only when the engine and fan
are running.
The air conditioning system cools and
dehumidifies (dries) 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.
The air conditioning will not operate
when the fan control knob is in the off
position.
If the temperature knob is switched the
red area, the air from the air vent will be
warm unless the air condition is
operating.
To turn off the air conditioning system,
turn the fan knob to 0.
Caution
Use only R-134a refrigerant
Climate control systems are serviced
by qualified personnel only.
Improper service methods may cause
personal injury.
Normal cooling
1. Operate the air conditioning
system.
2. Turn temperature control knob to
blue area for cooling.
3. Turn the air distribution knob face
mode .
4. Adjust the fan control knob to the
desired speed.
Maximum cooling
80 Climate Control
To achieve maximum cooling during
hot weather and when your vehicle has
been exposed to the sun for a long time:
1. Keep the window open for some
time or, run the blower at maximum
speed in fresh air mode for 2 min.
2. Move recirculation lever to the left
for the recirculation mode.
3. Turn temperature control knob all
the way to the blue area for cooling.
4. Turn fan control knob to highest
speed.
Electronic Climate Control
System (Option)
Warning
Do not sleep in a vehicle with the air
conditioning or heating system on. It
may cause serious harm or death due
to a drop in the oxygen level and/or
body temperature.
Controls for automatic mode:
AUTO: automatic mode, all settings
except temperature are chosen
automatically by the system
Temperature: preselection of the
desired temperature
The following functions can be adapted
manually, disabling automatic mode:
Fan speed: selectable air flow
MODE: selectable air distribution
: demisting and defrosting
0 : switching system on or off
: switching cooling on or off
: air recirculation
Heated rear window
In the automatic mode the fan speed and
air distribution automatically regulate
the air flow.
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The electronic climate control system is
only fully operational when the engine
is running.
Note
When the MODE knob switched
more than 3 types of air distribution
with pushing the AUTO button in 3
seconds, the temperature degree
can be changed between
Centigrade and Fahrenheit.
Sunlight Sensor*
Temperature Sensor
Sunlight sensor is located in front of the
windshield defroster vents. This sensor
detects sunlight when operating in
AUTO mode.
Note
Do not cover the sunlight sensor in
order not to get wrong information.
Temperature information sampled from
the interior of your car is used in
establishing ventilation system
requirements when operating in AUTO
mode.
Caution
Do not place stickers over the
temperature sensor as this will impair
its function.
82 Climate Control
Automatic Mode AUTO
Temperature preselection
Basic setting for maximum comfort:
1. Press AUTO button, the air
conditioning is activated automatically.
2. Open all air vents.
3. Set pre-selected temperature using
right rotary knob.
All air vents are actuated automatically
in automatic mode. The air vents should
therefore always be open.
Set temperature to the desired value by
turning the knob.
red : warm
blue : cold
If the minimum temperature is set, the
climate control system runs at
maximum cooling.
If the maximum temperature is set, the
climate control system runs at
maximum heating.
To operate the maximum cooling, push
the AUTO button and adjust the
temperature to "LO". Then the
recirculation mode is selected and the
air distribution is switched to Y
automatically with the maximum fan
speed of cooling.
To operate the maximum heating, push
the AUTO button and adjust the
temperature to "HI". Then the
recirculation mode is changed to be
drawn outside air and the distribution is
switched to [ automatically with the
Auto Hi (7 of 8 steps) fan speed of
heating.
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Demisting and defrosting the
windows
1. Press button
2. Temperature and air distribution are
set automatically and the fan runs to
the minimum 6 of 8 steps speed and
keep the maximum hot.
3. To return to automatic mode: press
button or AUTO.
Note
The air conditioning system may
not operate automatically in winter.
Manual settings
Climate control system settings can
be changed by activating the
buttons and rotary knobs as follows.
Changing a setting will deactivate
the automatic mode.
Fan Speed
Air Distribution MODE
Turn left rotary knob. Clockwise is to
increase the fan speed and counterclockwise is to decrease.
To return to automatic mode: Press
AUTO button.
Turn the MODE knob once or more for
desired adjustment. The air distribution
is indicated on the display.
: Bi-level mode: To the face and
foot
: to the foot well, with a small
amount of the air being directed
to windshield, front door
windows and side air vents.
: Face mode: to the face area
: Demist/Defrost mode.
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:
To head area via adjustable air
vents.
Demist/Foot mode: To the
windshield and foot well.
To return to automatic air
distribution press button
AUTO.
Cooling
Activate or deactivate with the u
button.
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,
switch the cooling system off to save
fuel.
Caution
Use only R-134a refrigerant
Warning
Climate control systems are serviced
by qualified personnel only.
Improper service methods may cause
personal injury.
Manual air recirculation
mode
The manual air recirculation mode is
operated with the
button.
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.
System switching off
Turning the left rotary knob to 0
switches all functions of heating,
ventilation and cooling system off.
Climate Control 85
AIR VENTS
Adjustable Air Vents
Fixed 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.
Additional air vents are located beneath
the windshield and front door windows
and in the foot wells.
The center vent is not closed completely.
Direct the flow of air by tilting and
swiveling the slats.
Press the cover of each vent to open the
side vents, and rotate it to the direction
you want.
If you do not want the flow, close the
cover of the vent.
Warning
Do not attach any objects to the slats
of the air vents. There is a risk of
damage and injury in case of an
accident.
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MAINTENANCE
Air Intake
Passenger Compartment Air
Filter
The filter cleans dust, soot, pollen,
spore from the air entering the vehicle
through the air intake.
The air intake in front of the windshield
in the engine compartment must be kept
clear to allow air intake. Remove any
leaves, dirt or snow.
Filter replacement:
1. Remove the glove box.
To remove the glove box, open and
pull it up by each side.
2. Remove the filter cover by pulling
right side of the cover.
3. Replace the air conditioner filter.
4. Assemble the filter cover and glove
box in reverse order
Note
We recommend that you consult
your authorised CHEVROLET
retailer workshop to replace the
filter.
Climate Control 87
Caution
More frequent maintenance of the air
filter is required if the driving
circumstances are dusty roads, air
pollution areas, and frequent unpaved
roads.
It makes the filter efficiency to be
decreased and the bronchus to be bad
effected.
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 low.
Service
For optimal cooling performance, it is
recommended to annually check the
climate control system.
n Functionality and pressure test
n Heating functionality
n Leakage check
n Check of drive belts
n Cleaning of condenser and
evaporator drainage
n Performance check
Caution
Use only R-134a refrigerant
Warning
Climate control systems are serviced
by qualified personnel only.
Improper service methods may cause
personal injury.
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Driving & Operating 89
DRIVING AND
OPERATING
DRIVING INFORMATION
Driving information ....................... 89
Starting and operating .................... 90
Starting the engine ...........................91
Manual transmission ...................... 92
Brakes ............................................ 92
Engine exhaust ............................... 93
Fuel ................................................ 95
Never coast with engine not running
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.
Pedals
To ensure the pedal travel is uninhibited, there must be no mats in the area of
the pedals.
Control of A Vehicle
Driving with diesel – engine
vehicle
The turbocharger element rotate very
fast. If the oil supply to running parts
stops, the turbocharger system may be
seriously damaged. The owner should
be encouraged to observe the following
precautions to ensure maximum
turbocharger service life.
n After starting the engine, let it run
for about 1 to 2 minutes with idle
speed (avoid acceleration or driving
off the vehicle).
n Do not stop the engine immediately
after coming back from the
highload driving (such as high
speed driving or driving down a
long slope). Let the engine run for
about 1 to 2 minutes at idle speed to
cool it down.
n After changing the engine oil and
oil filter, start the engine and let it
run for about 1 to 2 minutes with
idle speed (avoid acceleration or
driving off the vehicle).
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STARTING AND OPERATING
n Operate the engine above idle only
after normal engine oil pressure has
been established. Forcing the
turbocharger to operate before the
bearings are adequately lubricated
creates unnecessary friction.
n Use only the specified engine oil
and observe inspection and
replacement intervals.
n At low ambient temperature, or
when the vehicle has not been used
for a long period, normal engine oil
pressure and flow is affected. Under
these conditions the engine should
be started and allowed to idle for a
few minutes before operating at
higher rpm.
New Vehicle Brake - IN
Ignition Switch Positions
Use the following precautions for the
first few hundred kilometres to improve
the performance and economy of your
vehicle and add to its long life:
n Avoid full-throttle starts.
n Do not race the engine.
n Avoid hard stops except in
emergencies. This will allow your
brakes to bed in properly.
n Avoid quick starts, sudden
accelerations, and prolonged
highspeed driving in order to avoid
damage to the engine and to
conserve fuel.
n Avoid full-throttle acceleration in
low gear.
n Do not tow any other vehicle.
0 (LOCK) : Ignition off
1 (ACC) : Ignition off, steering wheel
lock released
2 (ON) : Ignition on, for diesel engine:
preheating
3 (START) : Starting
Driving & Operating 91
STARTING THE ENGINE
Warning
Do not turn the key to 0 or 1 position
while driving.
Vehicle and brake assistance would
not operate, causing vehicle damage,
personal injury or possibly death.
Starting Engine With The
Ignition Switch
Caution
Do not leave the key in 1 or 2 position
for extended periods while the engine
is not running.
This will discharge the battery.
Turn key to position 1, move the
steering wheel slightly to release the
steering wheel lock
n Manual transmission: operate
clutch
n Do not accelerate
n Turn the key to position 3, depressing the clutch pedal and footbrake
then release when engine is running
Before restarting or to switch off the
engine, turn key back to 0.
n
Caution
Do not operate starter motor for more
than 10 seconds at a time.
If the engine does not start, wait 10
seconds before trying again.
This will prevent starter motor
damage.
92 Driving & Operating
MANUAL TRANSMISSION
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 CHEVROLET retailer
workshop before continuing your
journey.
If the gear does not engage, set the lever
in 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.
Caution
It is inadvisable to drive with hand
resting on the selector lever.
Caution
If one of the circuits fail, the brake
pedal must be pressed with greater
pressure and the braking distance may
be increased. Have the brake system
checked and repaired by
CHEVROLET retailer workshop
immediately.
If the brake pedal can be pressed
further than normal, the brakes may
be in need of repair.
Consult CHEVROLET retailer
workshop immediately.
Parking
n
n
n
n
n
n
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
without pressing release button.
Apply as firmly as possible on
downhill or uphill slopes. Depress
the footbrake 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
before switching off the ignition.
On an uphill slope, turn the front
wheels away from the kerb. If the
vehicle is on a downhill slope,
engage reverse gear before
switching off the ignition. Turn the
front wheels towards the kerb.
Close the windows.
Lock the vehicle.
Driving & Operating 93
ENGINE EXHAUST
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
CHEVROLET retailer workshop.
Avoid driving with an open load
compartment, otherwise exhaust
gases could enter the vehicle.
Diesel Catalytic Converter
Diesel catalytic converter is a device
used to reduce the array of emissions
from an internal combustion engine.
Catalytic converter works by using a
catalyst to stimulate a chemical
reaction in which the by-products of
combustion are converted to produce
less harmful substances, such as the
very poisonous carbon monoxide to
carbon dioxide, hydrocarbons into less
harmful gases.
Caution
Fuel grades other than those listed on
pages Fuel for diesel engines on page
95, could damage the catalytic
converter or electronic components.
Unburnt diesel 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 CHEVROLET retailer
workshop as soon as possible. In an
emergency, driving can be continued
for a short period, keeping vehicle
speed and engine speed low.
Caution
Do not drive with your foot resting on
the brake pedal. Doing so will
accelerate wear of the brake
components. The brakes may also
become overheated, resulting in
longer braking distance and an unsafe
condition.
94 Driving & Operating
Warning
After driving through deep water,
washing the vehicle, or using the
brakes excessively when going down
a steep hill, the brakes can
temporarily lose their stopping
power. This may be due to wet brake
components or overheating.
If your brakes temporarily lose their
stopping power because of
overheating: Shift to a lower gear
when going down hills. Do not
continuously apply the brakes.
Warning
If your brakes temporarily lose their
power because of wet brake
components, the following procedure
will help restore their normal
performance:
1. Check behind you for other
vehicles.
2. Keep a safe forward speed with
plenty of space to your rear and
sides.
3. Gently apply the brakes until
normal performance is restored.
Antilock Brake System (ABS)
(Option)
Antilock brake system (ABS) prevents
the wheels from locking.
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.
The ABS control can be known by
vibration and noise of the ABS process.
When the vehicle ignition is turned on,
a chime is heard which is normal and
indicate the ABS is ready.
See Antilock brake system (ABS)
warning light on page 58.
Fault
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 hard braking, the
vehicle can no longer be steered and
may swerve.
Have the cause of the fault remedied by
CHEVROLET retailer workshop.
Driving & Operating 95
FUEL
Parking Brake
Always apply parking brake firmly
without operating the release button,
and apply as firmly as possible on a
downhill or uphill slope.
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.
See Brake system warning light on
page58.
Brake Assist
Fuel for Diesel Engines
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.
Only use diesel fuel that complies with
DIN EN 590. The fuel must have low
Sulphur content (max. 50ppm).
Equivalent standardised fuels with a
biodiesel (According to EN 14214)
content of max. 7% by volume (like
DIN 51628 or equivalent standards)
may be used.
Do not use marine diesel oils, heating
oils or entirely or partially plant-based
diesel fuels, such as rape seed oil or bio
diesel, Aquazole and similar dieselwater emulsions. Diesel fuels must not
be diluted with fuels used on petrol
engines.
The flow and filterability of diesel fuel
are temperature-dependent. When
temperatures are low, refuel with diesel
fuel with guaranteed winter properties.
Caution
Use of fuel with too low cetane rating
could lead to uncontrolled
combustion and engine damage.
96 Driving & Operating
Filling The Tank
Caution
If you use inappropriate grade of fuel
or put incorrect fuel additives into the
fuel tank, the engine and catalytic
converter may seriously be damaged.
Caution
Be sure to use the correct fuel (diesel)
corresponding to your vehicle when
refueling. If you fill petrol in your
diesel powered vehicle, your vehicle
can be seriously damaged. If your
vehicle has diesel engine you can
confirm the correct fuel by taking a
look at information on the fuel filler
cap.
For safety reasons, fuel containers,
pumps and hoses must be properly
earthed. Static electricity build up can
ignite the fuel vapor. You can be burnt
and your vehicle may get damaged.
Danger
Before refueling, switch off engine
and any external heaters with
combustion chambers. Switch off
any mobile phone.
Vaporized fuel can be ignited by
electromagnetic waves or currency
of mobile phone.
Fuel is flammable and explosive. No
smoking. No naked flames or
sparks. Follow the operating and
safety instructions of the filling
station when refueling.
Remove static electricity on your
hands by touching something able to
release static electricity when
touching or opening fuel cap or
refueling nozzle.
Don't do any action making static
electricity like getting on and off
vehicle when refueling. Vaporized
fuel can be ignited by static
electricity.
Driving & Operating 97
Danger
If you can smell fuel in your vehicle,
have the cause of this remedied
immediately by CHEVROLET
retailer workshop.
1. Stop the engine.
2. Pull up on fuel filler door release
lever located on the floor, right front
side of driver's seat.
3. Turn the fuel filler cap counterclockwise slowly. If a hissing sound is
heard, wait for it to stop before
completely unscrewing the cap. The
fuel filler door is in the right rear
quarter panel.
4. Remove the cap. The cap is tethered
to the vehicle.
5. After refueling, refit cap. Turn it
clockwise until you hear several
clicks.
6. Push the fuel filler door closed until
it latches.
Note
If, in cold weather, the fuel filler
door does not open, tap the door
lightly. Then try to open it again.
Caution
Wipe off any overflowing fuel
immediately.
98 Driving & Operating
Vehicle Care 99
VEHICLE CARE
General information ....................... 99
Vehicle check ............................... 100
Engine compartment overview ..... 103
Bulb replacement .......................... 111
Electrical system .......................... 117
Vehicle tools ................................. 121
Wheel and tires ............................ 122
Jump starting ................................ 129
Towing ......................................... 130
Appearance care ........................... 132
GENERAL INFORMATION
Accessories And Modifications
Vehicle Storage
We recommend to use genuine parts and
accessories and factory approved parts
specific for your vehicle type. We
cannot assess or guarantee for 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).
Storage for a long period of time
If the vehicle is to be stored for several
months:
Caution
Never modify your vehicle. It may
affect the performance, durability and
safety of the vehicle and the warrant
may not cover any problems caused by
the modification.
n Wash and wax the vehicle.
n Have the wax in the engine
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
compartment and underbody
checked.
Clean and preserve rubber seals.
Change engine oil.
Drain washer fluid reservoir.
Check coolant anti-freeze and
corrosion protection.
Adjust tyre pressure to the value
specified for full load.
Park vehicle in dry, well ventilated
place. Engage first or reverse gear.
Prevent the vehicle from rolling.
Do not apply parking brake.
Open bonnet, close all doors and
lock the vehicle.
Disconnect the clamp from the
negative terminal of the vehicle
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VEHICLE CHECKS
battery. Beware that all systems are
not functional, e.g. anti-theft alarm
system.
n Close the hood.
Putting back into operation
When the vehicle is to be put back into
operation:
n Connect the clamp to the negative
terminal of the vehicle battery.
Activate the electronic of the power
windows.
n Check tyre pressure.
n Fill up the washer fluid reservoir.
n Check the engine oil level.
n Check the coolant level.
n Fit the number plate if necessary.
End-of-Life Vehicle Recovery
Doing Your Own Service Work
Information on end-of-life vehicle
recovery centres and the recycling
ofend-of-life vehicles is available on
our website. Only entrust this work to
an authorised recycling centre.
Warning
Only perform engine compartment
checks when the ignition is off.
The cooling fan may start operating
even if the ignition is off.
Warning
The ignition system uses extremely
high voltage. Do not touch.
Vehicle Care 101
Hood
Opening
2. Push the safety catch to the up and
open the hood.
1. Pull the release lever and return it to
its original position.
Warning
When the engine is hot, only touch
the foam padding of the hood support
rod handle .
3. Pull up the support rod lightly from
the holder.
And then secure it at the left side
hook of the engine compartment.
Closing
Before closing the hood, press the
support into the holder.
Lower the hood and allow it to drop into
the catch. Check that the hood is
engaged.
102 Vehicle Care
Warning
Always observe the following
precautions: Pull on the front edge of
the hood to make sure it is latched
securely before you drive your
vehicle.
Do not pull the hood release lever
while your vehicle is moving.
Do not move your vehicle with the
hood open. An open hood will
obscure the driver's vision.
Operating your vehicle with the hood
open can lead to a collision resulting
in damage to your vehicle to other
property, personal injury or even
death.
Suggestions For More
Economical Operation
Hazardous Driving
Fuel economy is dependent largely on
your style of driving.
How you drive, where you drive and
when you drive affect how many
kilometers you can get from a liter of
fuel.
To obtain maximum fuel economy:
• Accelerate slowly
• Avoid unnecessary idling.
• Keep the engine properly tuned.
• Do not race the engine.
• Use the air conditioning only when
necessary.
• Slow down when driving on rough
roads.
• Keep the tyres inflated to the
recommended pressure.
• Maintain a safe distance from other
vehicles to avoid a collision in case of
sudden stops. This will also reduce
wear on the brake pads and linings.
• Do not carry unnecessary weight.
• Do not rest your foot on the brake
pedal while driving and follow the
maintenance schedule
due to water, snow, ice, mud, sand, or
similar conditions:
When hazardous driving is encountered
• Slow down your vehicle and drive
cautiously allowing extra distance for
braking.
• Avoid sudden manoeuvres when
braking, steering or accelerating.
• When braking, press the brake pedal
with a light, up-and-down motion
until the vehicle is stopped (Unless
equipped with ABS).
• If stuck in snow, mud or sand, use
second gear to avoid spinning of front
wheels.
Vehicle Care 103
ENGINE COMPARTMENT OVERVIEW
Diesel Engine
1
3
8
2
7
4
6
5
9
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Engine coolant container
Engine oil cap
Brake fluid container
Battery
Fuse block
Engine air filter
Dipstick for engine oil level
Washer fluid container
Relay Assembly – Auxiliary
Battery
Engine Oil
It is advisable to check the engine oil
level manually before embarking on a
long journey.
Check with the vehicle on a level
surface. The engine must be at
operating temperature and switched off
for at least 20 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.
MAX
When the engine oil level has dropped
to the MIN mark, top up engine oil.
MIN
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.
Vehicle Care 105
Warning
Caution
Overfilled engine oil must be drained
or suctioned out.
See Capacities and Specifications on
page 144.
Engine Air Filter
Engine oil is an irritant and, if
ingested, can cause illness or death.
Keep out of reach of children.
Avoid repeated or prolonged contact
with skin.
Wash exposed areas with soap and
water or hand cleaner.
Be very careful when draining the
engine oil as it may be hot enough to
burn you!
1. Loosen the air filter cover attaching
clips and open the cover.
2. Replace the air filter.
3. Lock the cover with the cover
attaching clips.
106 Vehicle Care
Caution
The engine needs clean air to operate
properly.
Do not operate your vehicle without
the air cleaner element installed.
Driving without the air cleaner element
properly installed can damage your
engine.
Engine Coolant
In countries with moderate climate the
coolant provides freeze protection
down to approx. -35°C.
In countries with cold climate the
coolant provides freeze protection
down to approx. -50°C.
Maintain a sufficient concentration of
anti-freeze.
Caution
Only use approved anti-freeze.
Coolant level
Caution
Too low a coolant level can cause
engine damage.
If the cooling system is cold, the
coolant level should be above the filling
line mark. Fill up if the level is low.
Warning
Allow the engine to cool before
opening the cap. Carefully open the
cap, relieving the pressure slowly.
Fill up with a mixture of demineralised
water and anti-freeze approved for the
vehicle. Install the cap tightly. Have the
anti-freeze concentration checked and
have the cause of the coolant loss
remedied by CHEVROLET retailer
workshop.
Vehicle Care 107
Note
If the coolant level falls below the
line mark, refill the radiator with
50/50 mix of de-mineralized water
and phosphate anti-freeze.
In order to protect your vehicle in
extremely cold weather, use mix of
40 percent water and 60 percent
anti-freeze.
Caution
Plain water or the wrong mixture can
damage the cooling system.
Do not use plain water, alcohol or
methanol anti-freeze in coolant system.
The engine may overheat or even catch
fire.
Caution
Coolant can be hazardous material.
Avoid repeated or prolonged contact
with coolant.
Clean your skin and nails with soap
and water after coming in contact with
coolant.
Keep out of reach of children.
Coolant can irritate the skin and can
cause illness or death if swallowed.
Caution
It is not needed to add coolant more
frequently than the recommended
interval.
If you are adding coolant often, this
may be a sign that your engine needs
maintenance.
Contact CHEVROLET retailer
workshop for a check of the cooling
system.
Warning
An overflow of the fluid may cause
the fluid to burn or discolor
paintwork.
Do not overfill the reservoir.
An engine fire can cause personal
injuries and damage your vehicle and
other property.
108 Vehicle Care
Washer Fluid
Brake Fluid
Warning
Brake fluid is poisonous and
corrosive. Avoid contact with eyes,
skin, fabrics and painted surfaces.
Only use brake fluid approved for the
vehicle.
See "Brake Fluid" under Recommended
fluids and lubricants on page 140.
Caution
Make sure you thoroughly clean
around the brake fluid reservoir cap
before removing the cap.
Contamination of the brake fluid
system can affect system performance,
leading to costly repairs.
Fill with windshield washer fluid that
contains anti-freeze.
To refill windshield washer fluid
reservoir:
n Use only commercially available
ready-to-use washer fluid for that
purpose.
n Do not use tap water. Minerals
present in tap water may plug the
windshield washer lines.
n If air temperature is likely to go
below freezing, use windshield
washer fluid which has sufficient
anti-freezing property.
Caution
The brake fluid level must be between
the MIN and the MAX marks.
When filling 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
CHEVROLET retailer workshop.
An overflow of brake fluid on the
engine may cause the fluid to burn.
Do not overfill the reservoir.
An engine fire can cause personal
injuries and damage your vehicle and
other property.
Vehicle Care 109
Caution
Do not dispose of used brake fluid with
your household waste.
Use your local, authorized waste
management facility.
Used brake fluid and their containers
are hazardous. They can damage your
health and the environment.
Caution
Brake fluid is harsh and can irritate
skin and eyes.
Do not allow the brake fluid to contact
your skin or eyes. If it does,
immediately wash the affected area
thoroughly with soap and water, or
hand cleaner.
Diesel fuel system bleeding
Battery
If the tank has been run dry, the diesel
fuel system must be bled on ground
level after fuelling at least 2 liters.
Switch on the ignition three times for 15
seconds at a time. Then start the engine
for a maximum of 40 seconds. Repeat
this process after no less than 5 seconds.
If the engine fails to start, seek the
assistance of CHEVROLET retailer
workshop.
The vehicle battery is maintenance free.
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.
110 Vehicle Care
Warning
Keep smoking materials away from a
battery to avoid flames or sparks
when the battery is checked because
the explosive gas could be occurred.
If the battery explodes, it can be result
in damages of your vehicle and
serious injury or death.
Avoid skin contact with battery acid
because it can damage by contained
highly corrosive and toxic sulfuric
acid.
If you accidentally get it on your skin,
flush the place with water and get
medical help immediately.
Keep batteries out of the reach of
children because it contains sulfuric
acid and gas.
Do not allow battery acid to contact
your skin, eyes, clothing or paint.
Do not open and tilt the battery.
Battery discharge protection 66.
Wiper Blade Replacement
Foreign material on the windshield or
wiper blades can reduce the
effectiveness of the wipers. If the blades
are not wiping properly, clean both the
windshield and the blades with a good
cleaner or mild detergent. Rinse them
thoroughly with water.
Repeat the process, if necessary. There
is no way to remove traces of silicone
from glass. Therefore, never apply
polish with silicone to your vehicle's
windshield or you will get streaks
which will impair the driver's vision.
Lift wiper arm. Press release lever and
detach wiper blade.
Properly functioning windshield
wipers are essential for clear vision and
safe driving. Regularly check the
condition of the wiper blades.
Replace hard, brittle or cracked blades
or those that smear dirt on the
windshield.
Do not use solvents, gasoline, kerosene,
or paint thinner to clean wipers. These
are harsh and can damage the blades
and painted surfaces.
Vehicle Care 111
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.
Headlamp and Parking Lamps
Low beam and high beam
1. Detach plug connector from bulb.
Use only the same bulb type for
replacement.
Replace headlight bulbs from within
the engine compartment.
Note
3. Press spring clip, disengage it.
After driving in heavy rain or
washing, some exterior lamp lenses
could appear frosty.
This condition is caused by the
temperature difference between the
lamp inside and outside.
This is similar to the condensation
on your windows inside your
vehicle during the rain and doesn't
indicate a problem with your
vehicle.
If the water leaks into the lamp bulb
circuitry, have the vehicle checked
by your authorised repairer.
2. Remove protective cover.
112 Vehicle Care
Caution
If the headlamps need to be re-aimed, it
is recommended that the vehicle is
taken to your authorised repairer for
service because it is related with safety.
Parking lamps
1. Detach plug connector from bulb.
3. Remove side light bulb holder from
reflector.
4. Remove bulb from reflector
housing.
5. When fitting a new bulb, engage the
lugs in the recesses on the reflector.
6. Engage the spring clip.
7. Place headlamp protective cover in
position and close.
8. Plug connector onto bulb.
Headlamp aiming
The screw located upper headlamp is to
adjust low-beam headlamp aiming.
2. Remove protective cover.
Vehicle Care 113
Fog Lamps
Front Turn Signal Lamps
Have bulbs replaced by CHEVROLET
retailer workshop.
Foglamp Aiming
The screw located upper fog lamps is to
adjust low-beam headlamp aiming.
Caution
4. Remove bulb from socket.
5. Insert new bulb.
6. Insert holder in reflector.
7. Place headlamp protective cover in
position and close.
8. Plug connector onto bulb.
If the fog lamps need to be re-aimed, it
is recommended that the vehicle is
taken to your authorised Chevrolet
reatailer for service because it is related
with safety.
1. Rotate bulb holder anti-clockwise
and disengage.
114 Vehicle Care
Taillamps, Turn Signal,
Stoplamp and Back-Up Lamps
2. Push bulb into socket slightly,
rotate anti-clockwise, remove and
renew bulb.
3. Insert bulb holder in reflector, rotate
clockwise to engage.
1. Unscrew both screws.
2. Remove tail light assembly. Take
care that the cable duct remains in
position.
3. Taillamp/stoplamp (1), Turn signal
lamp (2), Back-up lamp
(Passenger's side ) / Rear fog lamp
(Driver's side) (3).
Vehicle Care 115
Side Turn Signal Lamps
1. Push light towards the back of the
vehicle and remove.
2. Rotate bulb holder anti-clockwise.
3. Pull bulb out of the bulb holder and
renew.
4. Reinstall in reverse order.
4. Rotate bulb holder anti-clockwise.
116 Vehicle Care
Center High-Mounted Stoplamp
(CHMSL)
1. Open the tailgate.
2. Remove the two screws and the
lamp housing. Disconnect the
wiring harness connector before
removing the lamp housing.
3. Remove the two screws and the
reflector assembly.
4. Remove the bulb by pulling it
straight out of the bulb holder.
5. Install a new bulb.
6. Reinstall the lamp housing.
License Plate Lamp
Interior Lamps
Courtesy lamps
1. To remove it, prise the opposite side
of the lamp switch using a flat-blade
screwdriver. (Be careful not to
make scratches.)
2. Remove the bulb.
3. Replace the bulb.
4. Reinstall the lamp assembly.
1. Unscrew both screws.
2. Remove bulb housing downward,
taking care not to pull on the cable.
Rotate bulb holder anti-clockwise
to disengage.
3. Remove bulb from holder and
renew bulb.
4. Insert bulb holder in bulb housing
and rotate clockwise.
5. Insert bulb housing and secure
using a screwdriver.
Vehicle Care 117
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Fuses
Load compartment lamps
1. Press the lamp out with a
screwdriver.
2. Remove bulb.
3. Insert new bulb.
4. Install lamp.
Data on the replacement fuse must
match the data on the defective fuse.
In a box above the positive terminal of
the battery are some main fuses. If
necessary have them changed by
CHEVROLET retailer workshop.
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
A fuse extractor may be located in the
fuse box in the engine compartment.
Place the fuse extractor on the various
types of fuse from the top or side, and
withdraw fuse.
118 Vehicle Care
Engine Compartment Fuse
Block
The fuse box is in the the engine
compartment.
Disengage the cover, lift it upwards and
remove.
Note
Not all fuse box descriptions in this
manual may apply to your vehicle.
When inspecting the fuse box, refer
to the fuse box label.
Relay Assembly – Auxiliary
Battery
Vehicle Care 119
Fuse Box - Underhood
Fuse
Puller
120 Vehicle Care
1. Fuel pump
2. Parking lamp relay
3. Fan low relay
4. Fan high
5. Air condition
6. Fan high relay
7. Air condition relay
8. ABS2
9. Park LH
10. Park RH
11. Front fog
12. Fan low
13. ABS1
14. Front fog relay
15. Fuel pump relay
16. Spare
17. Headlamp high relay
18. Headlamp high
19. Headlamp low LH
20. Headlamp low RH
21. Spare
22. Spare
23. Ignition2/starter
24. Ignition1/accessory
25. Hazard lamps
26. Horn
27. Headlamp low relay
28. Horn relay
29. Engine main relay
30. Ignition
31. EMS1
32. EMS2
33. Instrument panel battery
34. Spare
35. Heated seat
36. Heated seat relay
37. Engine control module
38. Spare
39. Fuse Puller
Instrument Panel Fuse Block
Interior fuse block is located on the
underside of the driver's side
instrument panel.
Vehicle Care 121
VEHICLE TOOLS
Fuse Box - I/P
1. Rear wiper
2. Mirror/outside rear view mirror
3. Headlamp
4. Electric OSRVM
5. Door lock
6. Front wiper
7. Spare
8. Backup lamps
9. Turn signals
10. Rear defogger
11. Rear fog lamps
12. Instrument cluster
13. Blower motor control module
14. Airbag
15. Theft deterrent/data link connector
16. Transmission control module
17. Rear power windows
18. Radio/remote keyless entry/remote
entry
19. Engine control module(ECM)/
theft deterrent
20. Front power windows
21. Cigarette lighter
22. Stop lamp
23. Starter
24. Radio/ clock/ remote keyless entry
25. Airbag
26. Cluster/Interior Lamp
Tools
Vehicle with tire repair kit*
The tools and tire repair kit are in a
storage compartment below the floor
cover in the load compartment.
122 Vehicle Care
WHEELS AND TIRES
Vehicles with spare wheel
The jack and the tools are in a storage
compartment in the load compartment
above the spare wheel.
See Compact spare tire on page 127.
Tire condition, wheel condition
Drive over edges slowly and at right
angles if possible. Driving over sharp
edges can cause tire and wheel damage.
Do not trap tires on the kerb when
parking.
Regularly check the wheels for
damage. Seek the assistance of
CHEVROLET retailer workshop in the
event of damage or unusual wear.
Winter tires
Winter tires improve driving safety at
temperatures below 7°C and should
therefore be fitted on all wheels.
Tire designations
E.g. 215/60 R 16 95 H
215: Tire width, mm
60: Cross-section ratio (tire height to
tire width), %
R: Belt type: Radial
RF: Type: RunFlat
16: Wheel diameter, inches
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95: Load index e.g. 95 is equivalent to
690 kg
Warning
If the pressure is too low, this can
result in considerable tire warmup
and internal damage, leading to tread
separation and even to tire blow-out
at high speeds.
H: Speed code letter
Speed code letter:
Q: up to 160 km/h (100 mph)
S: up to 180 km/h (112 mph)
T: up to 190 km/h (118 mph)
H: up to 210 km/h (130 mph)
V: up to 240 km/h (150 mph)
W: up to 270 km/h (168 mph)
Tire pressure
Check the pressure of cold tires at least
every 14 days and before any long
journey. Do not forget the spare wheel.
Unscrew the valve cap.
Tire pressures label is on the driver’s
door frame.
The tire pressure data refers to cold
tires. It applies to summer and winter
tires.
Always inflate the spare tire to the
pressure specified for full load.
The ECO tire pressure serves to achieve
the smallest amount of fuel
consumption possible.
Incorrect tire pressures will impair
safety, vehicle handling, comfort and
fuel economy and will increase tire
wear.
124 Vehicle Care
Tread Depth
Check tread depth at regular intervals.
Tires should be replaced for safety
reasons at a tread depth of 2-3 mm (4
mm for winter tires).
wheels. Ensure that the direction of
rotation of the wheels is the same as
before.
Tires age, even if they are not used. We
recommend tire replacement every 6
years.
Warning
Use of unsuitable tires or wheels may
lead to accidents and will invalidate
the vehicle type approval.
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
Warning
Do not use different size and type of
tires and wheels than those originally
installed on the vehicle. It can affect
safety and performance of the
vehicle. It could lead to handling
failure or rollover and serious injury.
When replacing tires, be sure to
install all four tires and wheels of the
same size, type, tread, brand and
load-carrying capacity. The use of
any other tire size or type may
seriously affect ride, handling,
ground clearance, stopping distance,
body clearance and speedometer
reliability.
Vehicle Care 125
Wheels Covers
Tire Changing
Wheel covers and tires that are factory
approved for the respective vehicle and
comply with all of the relevant wheel
and tire combination requirements
must be used.
If the wheel covers and tires used are
not factory approved, the tires must not
have a rim protection ridge.
Wheel covers must not impair brake
cooling.
Mixing tires could cause you to lose
control while driving.
If you mix tires of different sizes,
brands, or types (radial and bias-belted
tires), the vehicle may not handle
properly, and you could have a crash.
Using tires of different sizes, brands, or
types may also cause damage to your
vehicle. Be sure to use the correct size,
brand, and type of tires on all wheels.
Make the following preparations and
observe the following information:
n Pull over your vehicle to a safe
place away from traffic.
n Park the vehicle on a lever, firm and
non-skid surface. The front wheels
must be in the straight-ahead
position.
n Applying the parking brake and
engage first gear or reverse gear.
Warning
Use of unsuitable tires or wheel
covers could lead to sudden pressure
loss and thereby accidents.
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n
n
Turn off the engine and remove key.
Turn on the hazard flashers.
Use a wedge, block of wood, or
rocks in front of and behind the tire
that is diagonal from the tire you
plan to change.
Have all passengers get out of the
vehicle.
Remove the spare wheel. See
"Temporary spare wheel" under
Compact spare tire on page 127.
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 tire change.
If the ground on which the vehicle is
standing is soft, a solid board (max.
1cm (0.4 inches) thick) should be
placed under the jack.
No people or animals may be in the
vehicle when it is jacked-up.
126 Vehicle Care
Never crawl under a jacked-up
vehicle.
n Do not start the vehicle when it is
raised on the jack.
n Clean wheel nuts and thread before
mounting the wheel.
n
2. Fold out the wheel wrench and
install ensuring that it locates
securely and loosen each wheel nut
by half a turn.
1. Disengage wheel nut caps with a
screwdriver and remove.
3. Rotate the jack handle to raise the
lift head slightly and place the jack
vertically at the position marked
with half circle.
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4. Attach jack handle to the jack and
attach wrench to the jack handle
correctly.
Then raise the jack to join the lift
head at the jacking position firmly.
5. Rotate the wrench checking the
correct position of jack until wheel
is clear of the ground.
6. Unscrew the wheel nuts.
7. Change the wheel.
8. Screw on the wheel nuts.
9. Lower vehicle.
10. Install the wheel wrench ensuring
that it locates securely and tighten
each nut in a crosswise sequence.
Tightening torque is 120 N.m.
11. Align the valve hole in the wheel
cover with the tire valve before
installing.
Install wheel nut caps.
12. Stow the replaced wheel and the
vehicle tools.
See Tools on page 121.
13. Check the tire pressure of the
installed tire and also the wheel nut
torque as soon as possible.
Have the defective tire renewed or
repaired.
Compact spare tire
The spare wheel can be classified as a
temporary spare wheel depending on
the size compared to the other mounted
wheels and country regulations.
The spare wheel has a steel rim.
Use of a spare wheel that is smaller than
the other wheels or together with winter
tires could affect driveability. Have the
defective tire replaced as soon as
possible.
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Caution
This spare wheel/tire assembly is for
temporary emergency use only.
Replace with regular wheel/tire
assembly as soon as possible.
Do not use tire chains.
Do not install any tire on this wheel
which is not identical to the original.
Do not install on other vehicles.
The spare wheel is located in the load
compartment beneath the floor
covering. It is secured in the recess with
a wing nut.
The spare wheel well is not designed for
all permitted tire sizes. If a wheel wider
than the spare must be stowed in the
spare wheel well after changing wheels,
the floor cover can be placed on the
projecting wheel.
Temporary spare wheel
Use of the temporary spare wheel could
affect driveability. Have the defective
tire renewed or repaired as soon as
possible.
Only mount one temporary spare
wheel. Do not drive faster than 80
km/h(50mph). Take curves slowly. Do
not use for a long period of time.
Directional tires
Fit directional tires 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 tires fitted
opposing the rolling direction:
n Driveability may be affected. Have
the defective tire renewed or
repaired as soon as possible.
n Do not drive faster than 80 km/h
(50mph).
n Drive particularly carefully on wet
and snow-covered road surfaces.
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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.
n
n
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.
Avoid contact 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.
n A discharged battery can already
freeze at temperatures of 0 °C.
Defrost the frozen battery before
connecting jump leads.
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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.
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.
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.
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TOWING
Connect as far away from the
discharged battery as possible,
however at least 60 cm(24 inches).
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.
4. Switch on electrical consumers
(e.g. headlights, heated rear
window) of the vehicle receiving
the jump start.
5. Reverse above sequence exactly
Towing The Vehicle
Disengage cap by pressing the arrow
position ( A - Base model / B - Special
package model) and remove the cap.
The towing eye is stowed with the
vehicle tools.
See Tools on page 121.
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Caution
Towing Another Vehicle
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.
To prevent the entry of exhaust fumes
from the towing vehicle, switch on the
air recirculation and close the windows.
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.
The towing eye must only be used for
towing and not for recovering the
vehicle.
Switch on ignition to release steering
column lock and to permit operation of
brake lights, horn and windshield
wipers.
Transmission in neutral.
Seek the assistance of CHEVROLET
retailer workshop. After towing,
unscrew the towing eye.
A (Base model) : Insert cap left and
close cap.
The rear towing eye is located under the
rear bumper.
The towing eye must only be used for
towing and not for recovering a vehicle.
B (Special package model): Insert cap
below and close cap.
Caution
The best method is to have the vehicle
transported using a recovery vehicle.
Drive slowly. Do not drive jerkily.
Excessive tractive force can damage
the vehicle.
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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
CHEVROLET retailer 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.
If using a vehicle wash, comply with
the vehicle wash manufacturer's
instructions. The windshield wipers
and rear window wiper must be
switched off. Lock the vehicle so that
the fuel filler flap cannot be opened.
Remove antenna and external
accessories such as roof racks etc.
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.
If you wash your vehicle by hand, make
sure that the insides of the wheel
housings are also thoroughly rinsed out.
Polishing and waxing
Clean edges and folds on opened doors
and the hood as well as the areas they
cover.
Wax the vehicle regularly (at the latest
when water no longer beads).
Otherwise, the paintwork will dry out.
Have the door hinges of all doors
greased by CHEVROLET retailer
workshop.
Polishing is necessary only if the paint
has become dull or if solid deposits
have become attached to it.
Do not clean the engine compartment
with a steam-jet or high-pressure jet
cleaner.
Paintwork polish with silicone forms a
protective film, making waxing
unnecessary.
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.
Plastic body parts must not be treated
with wax or polishing agents.
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Windows and windshield 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.
Paintwork damage
Rectify minor paintwork damage with a
touch-up pen before rust forms.
Have more extensive damage or rust
areas repaired by CHEVROLET
retailer workshop.
Caution of special package vehicle
and accessory body kit assembled
vehicle
Take care below article in case of the
special package vehicle and accessory
body kit assembled vehicle
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Take care body damage and
breakage by towing rope when car
towed. Tow the car after detach
bumper low cover, if you need.
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Tack care body damage and
breakage due to low ground line in
the ramp for preventing over speed,
hill road, sidewalk parking.
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Use support, when lifted, because
breakage occurred by interference
with body kit .
Wheels and tires
Do not use high-pressure jet cleaners.
Clean rims with a pH-neutral wheel
cleaner.
Rims are painted and can be treated
with the same agents as the body.
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Use safety loader of flat bed type for
protecting body damage and
breakage when towing the car.
Underbody
Corrosive materials used for ice and
snow removal or dust control can
collect on the underbody of your
vehicle. Failure to remove these
materials can accelerate corrosion and
rust.
Periodically use plain water to flush
these materials from the underbody of
your vehicle.
Take care to clean any areas in which
mud and other debris can collect.
Loosen any sediment packed in closed
area before flushing with water.
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Interior care
Plastic and rubber parts
Interior and upholstery
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.
Only clean the vehicle interior,
including the instrument panel fascia
and panelling, with a dry cloth or
interior cleaner.
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.
Clean seat belts with lukewarm water or
interior cleaner.
Caution
Close Velcro fasteners as open Velcro
fasteners on clothing could damage
seat upholstery.
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SERVICE AND
MAINTENANCE
GENERAL INFORMATION
Service Information
Confirmations
General information ...................... 135
Scheduled maintenance ................ 136
Recommended fluids and
lubricants ...................................... 139
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.
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
CHEVROLET retailer 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.
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SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE
Service Schedules
Maintenance services and record retention are the owner’s responsibility. You should retain evidence that proper maintenance ha s
been performed on your vehicle in accordance with the scheduled maintenance services chart.
For vehicles with normal annual mileage.
1 Year/15000
1.5 Years/22500
2 Years/30000
2.5 Years/37500
3 Years/45000
3.5 Years/52500
4 Years/60000
4.5 Years/67500
5 Years/75000
5.5 Years/82500
6 Years/90000
6.5 Years/97500
7 Years/105000
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Drive Belt (alternator, power steering and A/C compressor)
Engine Oil and Engine Oil Filter (1) (3)
Cooling System and Hose Connections
Engine Coolant (3)
Fuel Filter
Fuel Line and Connections
Air Cleaner Element (2)
PCV System
Chart Symbols:
I- Inspect these items and their related parts. If necessary, correct, clean, replenish, adjust, rotate or replace.
R- Replace or change
(1) If a vehicle is operated under severe conditions: short distance driving, extensive idling or driving in dusty conditions, c hange engine oil and the filter every 7,500 kms or 6 months,
whichever comes first.
(2) Inspect the air cleaner element every 7,500 kms or 6 months if vehicle is driven under dusty driving conditions. If necessary, correct, clean or replace.
(3) Refer to “FLUID CHART”.
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For vehicles with normal annual mileage.
1 Year/15000
1.5 Years/22500
2 Years/30000
2.5 Years/37500
3 Years/45000
3.5 Years/52500
4 Years/60000
4.5 Years/67500
5 Years/75000
5.5 Years/82500
6 Years/90000
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Exhaust Pipe & Mountings
Brake / Clutch Fluid (3) (4)
Front Brake Pads & Discs (5)
Rear Brake Drum & Linings (5)
Parking Brake
Brake Line & Connections (Including Booster)
Chassis & Underbody Bolts & Nuts Tight / Secure
Chart Symbols:
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Inspect these items and their related parts. If necessary, correct, clean, replenish, adjust, rotate or replace.
R- Replace or change
(3) Refer to “FLUID CHART”.
(4) Change the brake fluid every 20,000 kms or 2 years (whichever is earlier) if the vehicle is mainly driven under severe conditions:
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(5) More frequent maintenance is required if under severe condition: short distance driving, extensive idling, frequent low-spee d operation in stop-and go traffic or driving in dusty
conditions.
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For vehicles with normal annual mileage.
6.5 Years/97500
7 Years/105000
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Tire Condition, Inflation Pressure & Rotation
Wheel Alignment (6)
Wheel Balancing (6)
Steering Wheel & Linkage
Manual Transmission Fluid
Drive Shaft Boots
Safety Belts, Buckles & Anchorages
Lubricate Locks, Hinges & hood Latch
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(6 ) If necessary, rotate and balance wheels.
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RECOMMENDED FLUIDS,
LUBRICANTS AND PARTS
Additional Servicing
Extreme operating conditions
Extreme operating conditions are given
when at least one of the following
occurs frequently:
n Repeated short-distance driving
less than 5 miles (10 Km).
n Extensive idling and/or slow-speed
driving in stop-and-go traffic.
n Driving on dusty roads.
n Driving on hilly or mountainous
terrain.
n Towing a trailer.
n Driving in heavy city traffic where
the outside temperatures regularly
reach 90° F (32°C) or higher.
n Driving as a taxi, police or delivery
vehicle.
n Frequent driving when outside
temperature remains below
freezing.
Police vehicles, taxis and driving
school vehicles are also classified as
operating under extreme conditions.
Under extreme operating conditions, it
may be necessary to have certain
scheduled service work done more
frequently than the scheduled intervals.
Seek technical advice on the servicing
requirements dependent on the specific
operating conditions.
Only use products that have been tested
and approved. Damage resulting from
the use of nonapproved materials will
not be covered by the warranty.
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 also its viscosity. Quality is more
important than viscosity when selecting
which engine oil to use.
Engine Oil :
5W30 ACEA A3/B4
Engine oil additives
The use of engine oil additives could
cause damage and invalidate the
warranty.
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Coolant and antifreeze
Use only organic acid type-long life
coolant (LLC) antifreeze.
In countries with moderate climate the
coolant provides freeze protection
down to approx. -35°C.
In countries with cold climate the
coolant provides freeze protection
down to approx. -50°C. This
concentration should be maintained all
year-round.
Maintain a sufficient concentration of
anti-freeze.
Coolant additives intended to give
additional corrosion protection or seal
against minor leaks can cause function
problems.
Coolant : Ethylene Glycol (organic
acid type long life coolant)
Brake / Clutch fluid
Only use our authorized brake fluid for
this vehicle(DOT 4).
Over time, brake fluid absorbs moisture
which will reduce braking effective-
ness. 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.
Manual transmission fluid
Only use XGP SAE75W85 fluid.
(Maker : Hankook Shell Oil Co. Ltd.).
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TECHNICAL DATA
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
Vehicle Identification Number
Identification Plate
Vehicle identification ................... 141
Vehicle data .................................. 142
Capacities and specifications ....... 144
The vehicle identification number is
located under the rear seat cushion.
The identification plate is located in the
engine compartment.
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VEHICLE DATA
Gear Box
Engine Data
Type / Model
Engine identifier code
Type
Bore x stoke, mm
Number of cylinders
Piston displacement, cc
Engine Power [PS] at rpm
Torque [Nm] at rpm
10AB5
3-cylinder/in line, 4 stroke,DI,
TCIC
69.7 x 82
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936
59 PS @ 4000 rpm
150 Nm @ 1750 rpm
Brakes
Service brake (Brief
description)
Auto Slack Adjuster
ABS
Front (Disc / Drum)
Rear (Disc / Drum)
No. of gears
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
Reverse
Drive axle
Front axle ratio
Mechanical, tunnel mounted gear shift
lever, manual transmission
5 forward 1 reverse
3.667
1.960
1.243
0.950
0.761
3.462
Front
3.895
Suspension
Hydraulic , vacuum assisted,
diagonal circuit with auto
slack adjuster
Rear brake
Optional
Disc
Drum
Type and brief description
Spring
Anti-roll bar
Shock absorbers
Front: McPherson Strut type
suspension
Rear : Compound Crank type
Front : Side Load
Compensation Spring,
Rear : Linear Spring
Front : Solid Bar Type
Rear : N/A
Front : Twin tube Strut Type
(Gas)
Rear : Twin tube Shock
Absorbers Type (Gas)
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Chassis
Type
Vehicle Weight
Monocoque
Kerb Weight (kg)
Gross Vehicle Weight (kg)
1027
1417
Steering
Type and brief description
Type : Rack & Pinion Steering
System
Description: Electric power
assisted
Vehicle Dimensions
Length (mm)
Width (mm)
Height (mm) w/o roof rack
Height (mm) with roof rack
Wheel Base (mm)
Front Wheel Track (mm)
Rear Wheel Track (mm)
3640
1597
1520
1550
2375
1408
1403
Wheels and Tyres
Wheel rim size
14 x 4.5J (Alloy)
14 x 4.5J (Steel)
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CAPACITIES AND SPECIFICATIONS
Tire Pressures
Fluid Chart
Item
Engine oil
Classification
5W30 ACEA A3/B4
Capacity
3.7 L first factory fill
& for engine overhaul
3.2 L - oil change with
wet engine and oil
filter change
Transmission oil XGP SAE 75W85
Engine coolant
Ethylene Glycol
(organic acid type
long life coolant)
2.6 lt
4.74 lt
Brake Fluid
Refrigerant
Refrigerant oil
0.5 lt
0.5 kg (500gms)
0.11 lt
GM India DOT 4
R-134a
Refrigerant Oil
Fuel Tank
Diesel, nominal capacity [lt]
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Tire and Seating Information
OCCUPANTS
TOTAL 5
FRONT 2
TIRE
SIZE
COLD TIRE PRESSURE
FRONT
165/65R14
235 kpa, 34 psi, 2.3 bar
REAR
165/65R14
235 kpa, 34 psi, 2.3 bar
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SERVICE AND
WARRANTY
Standard limited warranty
coverage ....................................... 146
Pre-delivery inspection and
vehicle delivery ............................ 153
Owner's statement of
acceptance .................................... 155
Chevrolet service ......................... 157
Maintenance record sheet ............ 163
Battery .......................................... 165
Separate corrosion protection
service .......................................... 166
Body inspection record ................ 167
Emission warranty ....................... 169
Annexure ...................................... 173
146 Service & Warranty
STANDARD LIMITED WARRANTY COVERAGE
1. SCOPE
General Motors India Private Limited, a private limited company incorporated under the companies Act 1956 and having its
Works/Registered office at Chandrapura Industrial Estate, Halol, District Panchmahals, Gujarat 389351 (“General Motors India”)
warrants that your new Chevrolet vehicle is free from defect in material or workmanship, subject to your compliance with the following
terms and conditions mentioned hereunder and other vehicle maintenance norms as mentioned elsewhere in this service booklet.
Only an authorized CHEVROLET retailer as mentioned in this booklet will make the necessary repairs, using new, re-conditioned or remanufactured parts with a view to correcting any defect covered by this warranty.
2. WHAT IS COVERED
Time and distance limits for New Vehicle Warranty coverage.
Warranty Type
Warranty Limits
Other Warranties
A : General
Three (3) years or 1,00,000 kms
(whichever is earlier) from the date of
delivery by a CHEVROLET retailer or
the date of first registration of the motor
vehicle, whichever occurs first.
These parts are covered by other warranties :
1. Battery (one (1) year) (covered by the battery manufacturer**)
2. Tyres (one (1) year) (covered by the tyre manufacturer**)
3. Audio/Radio/Acc. (one (1) year)
(covered by the Audio/Radio/Acc. manufacturer**)
See clause 5.
B : Rust Through*
Three (3) years from the date of delivery
of the motor vehicle or from the date of
first registration of the motor vehicle,
whichever occurs first.
The warranty covers exterior body metal except :
1. Items not covered by warranty listed in Clause 3
2. Exhaust pipe and fuel system rust
* A hole through a body panel caused by rust / corrosion from inside to outside.
** Service / warranty shall be provided by the concerned equipment manufacturer
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The obligation under this New Vehicle Warranty is limited to the repair of the new motor vehicle at no charge by the Chevrolet
authorized retailer. For parts replaced during such repair the same warranty applies until the end of the New Vehicle Warranty period
as stipulated herein. All warranty claims expire at the end of the warranty period as specified under Clause 2.
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Liability of General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. under this New Vehicle Warranty is limited to the value of the service, repairs/
replacement of parts found to be defective within the warranty period. Beyond servicing and/or repairing defective parts in the
vehicle, General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. does not undertake to replace the vehicle / or reimburse the purchaser by payment of any
money in respect of the vehicle purchased by them.
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Under the terms of New Vehicle Warranty, installation, free service will be provided only within the municipal limits of the
cities/towns where General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. has its service network, as elaborated elsewhere in this Owner's Manual. This
list of authorized retailers is subject to change/modification without prior notice. Service outside the municipal limits specified
above will be provided after charging the actual to and fro traveling and incidental expenses, as prevailing from time to time.
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Necessary care and caution is taken in manufacturing of the vehicle, however, General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. shall not be liable for
any loss or damage caused to any article, property, death or disability caused to any human life arising out of fire, electric fault, short
circuit, accidental handling or negligent use of the vehicle. The maximum liability in monetary terms shall be restricted to the value
of the defective parts and / or value of services rendered only. Furthermore, the New Vehicle Warranty, in no case, shall extend to the
payment of any monetary consideration whatsoever, of the replacement or return of the vehicle as a whole.
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The decision of General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. will be final and binding on all matters arising out of this New Vehicle Warranty.
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The owner should preserve the original Invoice for necessary verification and produce the same, as and when required.
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The optimum performance of the vehicle is under standard test conditions.
This New Vehicle Warranty is issued at Talegaon, District Pune, Maharashtra and competent courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction
over matters by or following from time to time.
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3. WARRANTY LIMITATIONS
The warranty will cease to exist in following conditions:
a. Failure to have the required periodic inspection and required service performed as per the Periodic Maintenance Schedule.
b. Improper or wrong maintenance and in deviation with guidelines mentioned in this service booklet.
c. Any modification, alterations made to the vehicle such as including but not restricted to adding lights, changing engine specifications
to increase horsepower, or using wide tyres, and or any other modification in the vehicle that may likely to have an effect on the
performance of the vehicle. (e.g. defects caused by the installation of non homologated wheels and tyres are not covered by the
warranty.)
d. Failure to use genuine parts / fluids (oil, coolant, brake fluid) and/or other accessories / consumables recommended or approved by
General Motors India Pvt. Ltd.
e. Use of the vehicle for purposes or in a manner other than the one mentioned in the Owner's Manual. Exceeding specified capacities
such as loading weight, passenger, speed, use as a commercial vehicle and rpm limitations.
f. Damage caused by driving the vehicle under severe conditions such as un-pliable or water-logged roads, in races or rallies.
g. Damage caused by natural disasters including but not restricted to earthquakes, storms, floods, fire and accidents. The owners are
recommended to keep their vehicle insurance valid at all times.
h. Damage caused by smoke, chemicals, bird-droppings, salt, stone chipping, scratches, iron dust or any other extraneous
circumstances like external mechanical or chemical influences (regarding paint or body damage, specially stone throw, air-borne
rust, industrial fall out), damage to catalytic converter due to use of wrong/bad quality fuel acting on the vehicle
i. Damage caused by normal wear (for instance brake-pad, etc.) or exposure to the elements such as discoloring or deformation of any
interior, plastic, chrome or painted part or surface.
j. Sensory complaint by the owner against symptoms such as noise, vibration or oil stains which do not effect performance.
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k. Damage which should have been detected during normal usage but became serious when left unattended to and/or the owner of the
vehicle having failed to claim and having rectified a defect which was already apparent during vehicle delivery, immediately after
delivery or a defect which becomes apparent at a later date immediately after it became apparent.
l. Failure of the owner to adhere to the requirements outlined in Clause 4.
m. Fuel system damage caused by water or other foreign matter in the fuel system.
n. Damage caused by the installation of non genuine accessories or equipment after the vehicle has been purchased from the
CHEVROLET retailer such as radio, car telephone, CD radio set, or cargo carrier and / or other activities of a similar nature.
o. Damage caused by running vehicle on adulterated fuel/lubricants or fuel/lubricants other than those specified by General Motors
India Pvt. Ltd.
WHAT IS NOT COVERED
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Parts designated as requiring periodic replacement.
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Warranty repair not performed by a CHEVROLET retailer.
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Charges or fees for telephone, tow, transportation charges of the vehicle to the nearest CHEVROLET retailer, rental car, and so forth;
compensation for inconvenience or commercial losses; all other consequential costs relating to the owner being unable to use the
vehicle.
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Any accident, damage, loss or destruction due to negligent, careless use of vehicle.
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Damage to the engine while driving in water logged conditions or entry of water in to the engine.
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Consumptive parts and oil/grease and other fluids. (See the following tables of consumptive parts and oil/grease and other fluids.)
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Consumptive Parts
Drive Belts
Air cleaner element
Fuel filter
Oil filter
Clutch disc, clutch parts
Brush holders
Brake shoe and pads
Brake discs
Brake drums
Wiper blades
Light bulbs
Motor brushes
Fuses, etc.
Oil/Grease amd other fluids
Engine oil
Transmission oil
Brake fluid
Coolant
Grease
Washer fluid
Battery fluid
Diesel
Air conditioner refrigerant
Other lubricants, etc.
No warranty repair shall be made if it is found that the vehicle Identification number like chassis / engine number, odometer or the
warranty & service booklet, have been tampered with. This list is neither exclusive nor exhaustive and the decision of General Motors
India Pvt. Ltd. shall be final and binding.
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4. WHAT THE OWNER MUST DO
In order to keep this warranty valid you must:
a. Use your vehicle as instructed in the owner’s manual.
b. Have your vehicle inspected according to this schedule.
The cost of the service is borne by the owner. If the services are not performed within the specified time limits, the general and the rust
through warranty as referred to under Clause 2 above, shall be rendered null and void and shall not be reinstated by a subsequent
service.
c. Keep the warranty & service booklet (owner’s manual) and all receipts in a safe place to present to the CHEVROLET retailer at
regular maintenance visits and when repair work is required.
5. PARTS COVERED BY OTHER WARRANTY CONDITION
a. Battery : The coverage period is 1 year from the date of new vehicle registration regardless of the distance traveled.
b. Tyres : This warranty is covered by the tyre manufacturer. The coverage period is one year. Please check with your CHEVROLET
retailer for details.
c. Audio/Radio/Acc. : This warranty is covered by the audio/radio/Acc. manufacturer. The coverage period is one year. Please check
with your CHEVROLET retailer for details.
6. MAKING THE WARRANTY EFFECTIVE
The warranty goes into effect after CHEVROLET authorized retailer fills in the appropriate information about your vehicle and
places the retailer's official seal and signature in the warranty & service booklet (owner’s manual).
7. REQUIREMENTS FOR WARRANTY WORK
To have warranty work carried out, present the warranty & service booklet to the authorized CHEVROLET retailer as mentioned in
this booklet. If the warranty & service booklet is lost or incomplete, work to be carried out with respect to the standard warranty shall
be refused.
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8. CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP
If the vehicle is sold during the warranty period, please deliver the warranty & service booklet to the new owner.
The new owner will need to complete the change of address or subsequent ownership notification card located elsewhere in this
booklet in order for the coverage to be transferred.
9. EXPENSES ASSOCIATED WITH WARRANTY WORK
The expenses of repair work and parts of your CHEVROLET vehicle will be covered by CHEVROLET standard limited warranty in
accordance with the WARRANTY & SERVICE BOOKLET (OWNER’S MANUAL). Other expenses that are not covered by the
CHEVROLET Standard Limited Warranty must be covered by the owner.
10. General Motors India Private Limited is launching the CHEVROLET Beat in different cities in a phased manner. The CHEVROLET
retailer responsible for delivering your Beat is qualified to provide all Beat related services within the city where he is located. As
other CHEVROLET retailers become operational to handle the Beat, they will also be able to provide similar Beat related services.
IN ORDER FOR THE WARRANTY ON YOUR VEHICLE TO APPLY, IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT YOUR BEAT BE SERVICED,
HANDLED AND ATTENDED TO ONLY BY CHEVROLET RETAILER AS SET FORTH IN THIS BOOKLET.
11. The following requisite document should be presented to the CHEVROLET retailer at the time of making a claim under New Vehicle
Warranty:
•
Original invoice issued by CHEVROLET retailer.
•
Warranty and service booklet / maintenance record.
•
Any other document deemed to be necessary by CHEVROLET retailer and/or General Motors India Pvt. Ltd.
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PREDELIVERY INSPECTION AND VEHICLE
DELIVERY
Before delivering the vehicle we carried out a thorough
predelivery inspection in order to ensure that your Chevrolet
vehicle is in a fault-free condition. Accompanying this
appropriately filled out service booklet (Owner's Manual) are the
tool kit and your vehicle documents.
You have been informed of the service intervals and necessary
service checks, including under extreme operating conditions
and in particular with regard to oil changing of diesel engines.
City, date :
CHEVROLET Retailer’s / ASO’s Stamp and Signature
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OWNER’S
STATEMENT OF ACCEPTANCE
I hereby certify that the car has been delivered in an orderly and
proper operating condition, including Keys, Service booklet
(Owner's Manual) and tool kit. I have read and understood
the terms and conditions pertaining to the New Vehicle
Warranty and agree to abide by the same.
I have been informed of the service intervals and necessary
service checks, including under extreme operating conditions.
Date of delivery :
City, date :
Name and signature of customer :
This sheet must be detached prior to vehicle delivery and placed with the vehicle file after it has been signed by the customer.
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1000 kms/30 days reassurance check-up (whichever is earlier)
Dear Customer,
VIN no. __________________________________________
PDI no. __________________________________________
We are confident that you and your family would be enjoying
the safe and comfortable drive of the Chevrolet Beat.
Date of service_____________________________________
Date of delivery____________________________________
We would like to undertake a thorough check-up of the
vehicle at 1000 kms or 30 days, whichever occurs earlier.
This will also allow us to re-emphasize the salient features of
the Beat to you.
Retailer code ______________________________________
Customer’s name___________________________________
Customer’s tel. no. _________________________________
I confirm that the vehicle has been inspected and delivered to
my satisfaction.
In the unlikely event of an emergency assistance, please
call your nearest CHEVROLET retailer as mentioned in
this booklet or please feel free to call our 24 hr. helpline at
30308080.
Retailer's Signature
Customer’s Signature
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1000 kms Reassurance check-up
General Status review
Check closing efforts of doors,
keyless entry system & other
functions
Under hood
Visually check routing, leaks &
damage
— Check fluid levels
— Engine oil level
— Brake/clutch oil level
— Coolant level
— M/T oil
Windscreen washer level & add
washer fluid
Underbody, wheels
Visually check routing, leaks &
damage
Check tyre pressure
Electrical Checks
Malfunction indicator lamp
Engine check lamp
Charging lamp
Oil pressure lamp
Parking brake lamp/indicator
High beam/Turn signal Hazard
indicator & all other telltale lamp
Cigarette lighter/rear defogger
Check lighting system
Horn/Radio/Outside Mirrors
High/Low beam/Hazard signal
Turn signal/Flash to pass signal
Front/Rear fog lamps/Tail lamps
Stop lamp/Reversing lamp/Trunk
lamp
Dynamic Evaluation
Steering function/noise/abnormal
drag
Clutch & gear shifting function/
noise
Accelerating & braking function/
noise
Check tyres
Any other abnormal noise
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CHEVROLET inspection
CHEVROLET inspection
2nd Service Check 1 year / 15000 kms whichever occurs earlier
1st Service Check 6 months / 7500 kms whichever occurs earlier
VIN ______________________________________________
VIN ______________________________________________
Regn. No.__________________________________________
Regn. No.__________________________________________
Delivery date _______________________________________
Delivery date _______________________________________
Date of service _____________________________________
Date of service _____________________________________
Kms _____________________________________________
Kms _____________________________________________
I confirm that the job has been attended to my satisfaction.
I confirm that the job has been attended to my satisfaction.
Customer’s Signature
Customer’s Signature
Labour free & Parts are chargeable
(Retain with job card)
Labour free & Parts are chargeable
(Retain with job card)
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Delivering Retailer’s stamp & date
Delivering Retailer’s stamp & date
I hereby certify that the work has been carried out as per the
schedule.
I hereby certify that the work has been carried out as per the
schedule.
Servicing Retailer’s / ASO stamp & date
Servicing Retailer’s / ASO stamp & date
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CHEVROLET inspection
CHEVROLET inspection
4th Service Check 2 years / 30000 kms whichever occurs earlier
3rd Service Check 1.5 years / 22500 kms whichever occurs
earlier
VIN ______________________________________________
VIN ______________________________________________
Regn. No.__________________________________________
Regn. No.__________________________________________
Delivery date _______________________________________
Delivery date _______________________________________
Date of service _____________________________________
Date of service _____________________________________
Kms _____________________________________________
Kms _____________________________________________
I confirm that the job has been attended to my satisfaction.
I confirm that the job has been attended to my satisfaction.
Customer’s Signature
Customer’s Signature
Labour & Parts are chargeable
(Retain with job card)
Labour & Parts are chargeable
(Retain with job card)
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Delivering Retailer’s stamp & date
Delivering Retailer’s stamp & date
I hereby certify that the work has been carried out as per the
schedule.
I hereby certify that the work has been carried out as per the
schedule.
Servicing Retailer’s / ASO stamp & date
Servicing Retailer’s / ASO stamp & date
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MAINTENANCE RECORD SHEET
(Repair category - Free Service/Paid Service/Running Repair/Acc. Repair)
Repair
Date
R.O. No.
Kms.
Repair
Category
Details of Repair Done
Name of Servicing
Retaile
Service
Adv. Sign.
Retailer Stamp
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MAINTENANCE RECORD SHEET
(Repair category - Free Service/Paid Service/Running Repair/Acc. Repair)
Repair
Date
R.O. No.
Kms.
Repair
Category
Details of Repair Done
Name of Servicing
Retaile
Service
Adv. Sign.
Retailer Stamp
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BATTERY
•
Defects arising out of faulty vehicle electrical systems, negligent
maintenance, incorrect charging or improper filling of the battery by
unauthorised dealers/auto electricians are not covered by warranty.
•
•
Consequent liabilities are not covered by this warranty policy.
Battery type :
Battery make :
Get Battery checked every 3 months.
Battery batch code/ Sl. No. :
Important Instructions
•
The battery must be fitted firmly in the cradle.
•
Connecting cables and connectors must be fastened securely on to the
battery.
•
Connections must be made in the right polarity.
•
Terminals must be kept coated with petroleum jelly/vaseline. DO
NOT USE GREASE.
•
Battery top & vent plugs must always be kept clean & dry .
•
Electrolyte level must always be maintained in line with the bottom of
the vent hole. In case of any drop in electrolyte level, add pure
distilled water. NEVER ADD ACID.
•
Battery is warranted for a period of one year only.
•
Liability under this warranty is limited to defects arising out of faulty
material or workmanship developing under proper use and NOT
when the battery is merely discharged.
CHEVROLET retailer’s
Stamp
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SEPARATE
CORROSION PROTECTION
SERVICE
Body/ Underbody Corrosion Protection Service
General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. provides a three (3) years or
1,00,000 kms (whichever is earlier) warranty vehicle that no rustthrough of the body/underbody will occur, provided that the
directives from General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. concerning the
treatment, maintenance, and care of the vehicle (Owner’s
Manual) and especially the inspection and checks prescribed in
the service booklet have been carried out.
Furthermore, the body paintwork and the corrosion protection
must be visually inspected for damage as part of the regular
annual inspection or 15,000 kms service. The customer is
informed of any damage detected and measures to rectify this
damage. Any damage discovered is also indicated in the
following corrosion protection diagram.
Confirmation of the inspection is indicated by a stamp and dated
signature, accompanied by indication of the vehicle mileage on
the following verification documents.
Make use of this possibility in order to avoid problems during
warranty claims regarding rust- through of the body / underbody.
The rust through warranty is not applicable if areas damaged by
any reason remain unattended and become the cause of corrosion.
All repairs when required should be carried out promptly and by
the CHEVROLET retailer.
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BODY INSPECTION RECORD
Vehicle identification number
Registration number
Name / address of owner
In order to maintain the General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. rust-through warranty,
the vehicle must be subjected to an inspection by Chevrolet retailer once a
year. Any resulting work is subject to a charge.
Check-up 1 year after initial registration.
Check-up date
Odometer reading
Damage found
1. Outer body
Yes
No
2. Under body
Yes
No
3.Engine compartment
Yes
No
Retailer
stamp / signature
Damage repaired
Remarks :
Yes
No
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BODY INSPECTION RECORD
Vehicle identification number
Registration number
Name / address of owner
In order to maintain the General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. rust-through warranty,
the vehicle must be subjected to an inspection by Chevrolet retailer once a
year. Any resulting work is subject to a charge.
Check-up 2 year after initial registration.
Check-up date
Odometer reading
Damage found
1. Outer body
Yes
No
2. Under body
Yes
No
3.Engine compartment
Yes
No
Retailer
stamp / signature
Damage repaired
Remarks :
Yes
No
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EMISSION WARRANTY
(Applicable in NCR Delhi, Chennai,
Kolkata and Mumbai)
Subject to other terms of the warranty
policy and the conditions and obligations laid down hereunder, General
Motors India Pvt. Ltd., certifies that the
components liable to affect the
emission of the gaseous pollutants in
the vehicle in the normal use despite the
use to which it may be subjected,
comply with the provisions of Rule 115
(2) of the central Motor Vehicle Rules,
1989,and further warrants that if on
examination by a service center duly
authorized by the General Motors India
Pvt. Ltd., the vehicle is discovered to be
failing to meet the emission standard as
specified in the said rule, our authorized
service center shall take such corrective
measures as may be necessary and shall
at its sole discretion either repair or
replace free of charge such components of emission control system as are
specified in Annexure II hereof.
The definitions of various terms used in
Emission warranty proposal are given
in Annexure –I. These definitions shall
be in line with the definition of the
existing product Warranty definition.
Conditions :
1. This warranty will be in addition to
and will run concurrently and
parallel to the product warranty and
will apply only in respect to
components as mentioned in
Annexure-II.
2. The period of the vehicle’s warranty
shall commence from the date of
the vehicle sale.
2.1 Warranty period - 1,00,000 kms or
3 years whichever occurs earlier,
from date of the vehicle sale.
3 The warranty claim will be accepted
only after examination carried out
by CHEVROLET retailers leading
to a firm conclusion that none of the
original settings /specifications
have been tampered with and that
the components (s) as mentioned in
Annexure –II has/have a manufacturing defect, and /or, that the
vehicle is unable to meet the In-use
emission standards.
4. The methods of examination to
determine the warrantable
condition of the components will be
at sole discretion of General Motors
India Pvt. Ltd. and or its retailers
and results of such examination will
be final and binding. If, on
examination,
the warrantable
condition is not established,
General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. will
have the right to charge full, or part,
of the cost of such examination and
resulting repairs /rectification
5. In case of acceptance of the
warranty under Emission Warranty,
General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. will
replace, at retailers, free of charge,
the components which are covered
as mentioned in Annexure-II, but
the consumables as mentioned in
OM shall be charged as per actual
applicable rates.
6. In case of a vehicle in which the
components covered under
Emission Warranty or the associated parts, are not independently
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replaceable, on account of their
being integral parts of a complete
assembly,
will have the sole
discretion to replace either the
entire assembly or by using some of
the parts of the system through
suitable repairs or modifications.
7. Any consequential repairs or
replacement of parts which may be
found necessary to establish
compliance to In-use emission
standards, in addition to the
replacement of the components
covered under Emission Warranty,
will not be made free of cost unless
such parts are also found to be in a
warrantable condition within the
scope and limit of the product
Warranty (Chevrolet Beat -3
years/1,00,000 kms, whichever is
earlier). The consumables and
labour shall be charged per actual
during such repairs or replacement
of parts.
8. All the parts removed for replacement under warranty will be the
property of General Motors India
Pvt. Ltd.
the date of original sale of the
vehicle.
9. General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. will
not be responsible for the cost of
transportation of the vehicle to the
nearest retailer or any loss due to
non-availability of the vehicle
during the period of a warranty
claim and examination by
CHEVROLET retailers.
This Emission Warranty will be
applicable only if the customer :
10. General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. will
not be responsible for any fines,
penalties that may be charged by
Statutory or Regulatory authorities
on account of failure of the
vehicle to comply with the in-use
emission standards on the vehicle
not meeting any such given legal/
regulatory requirement, during
inspection by such authorities.
11. Emission Warranty will be
applicable irrespective of the
change of ownership of the vehicle
provided all the conditions as laid
down in this document are met from
(i) Observes all the important
instructions and any other precautions listed in the OM for use of the
vehicle.
(ii) Under all circumstances uses
lubricants and fuel as recommended by General Motors India
Pvt. Ltd.
(iii)Regularly obtains and carries out
maintenance at CHEVROLET
retailers as per the list in this
booklet only, in accordance with
General Motors India Pvt. Ltd.
guidelines and enters the details in
the Service Booklet.
(iv)Immediately approaches the nearest
Authorized Service Center as per
the list in this booklet upon
discovery of failure to comply with
the In-use emission standard inspite
of having maintained and used the
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vehicle in accordance with the
instructions in the OM and having
carried out such repairs and
adjustments as may be required
with a view to establish such
compliance.
(v) Produces the ‘Pollution Under
Control (PUC)’ certificate valid for
the period immediately preceding
the test during which the failure is
discovered, the test having been
carried out either for obtaining a
new certificate, or pursuant upon
being directed by an officer as
referred to in sub – rule (2) of Rule
116 of the Central Motor Vehicles
Rules.
(vi)Produces the service booklet
(Owner’s Manual) and all relevant
bills for verification of details.
(vii)Produces receipts covering
maintenance of the vehicle as
specified in the OM from the date of
original purchase of the vehicle.
(viii)Produces valid certificate of
insurance & RTO registration.
Conditions under which warranty is NOT applicable:
1. Non production/availability of a
valid ‘Pollution under Control’
certificates as described in
customer obligation (V).
2. In case the vehicle is not serviced by
CHEVROLET retailers as per the
list in this booklet as per the service
schedule described in the maintenance chart given in the Owner’s
Manual.
3. A vehicle, which has been subjected
to abnormal use, abuses, neglect
and improper maintenance or has
met with an accident.
4. Use of such replacement parts,
which are not specified and
approved by General Motors India
Pvt. Ltd.
5. If the vehicle or parts thereof, have
been altered, tampered with or
modified or replaced in an
unauthorized manner.
6. A vehicle on which the odometer is
not functioning or the odometer has
been changed or the reading of
which has been changed / tampered
with so that the actual mileage
cannot be readily determined.
7. A vehicle, which has been used, for
competitions, races, rallies or for
the purpose of establishing records.
8. Examination by CHEVROLET
retailers as per the list in this
booklet of the vehicle shows that
any of the conditions stipulated in
the OM with regard to use and
maintenance have been violated.
9. A vehicle, which has been run on
adulterated fuel or lubricant or fuels
lubricants other than those,
specified by General Motors India
Pvt. Ltd.
Scope and Limits:
1. This emission warranty is in
addition to the product warranty for
the vehicle as per the scope and
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limit described in the OM and all
conditions described therein will
apply, in addition to those exclusively stipulated in this warranty.
2. The emission warranty covers only
compliance with the emission
standard as specified in sub rule (2)
of Rule 115 of CMVR. It does not
cover any other performance of
these parts or routine test and
consequent maintenance or
adjustments to establish compliance to the in-use emission standard
as applicable to the state, in which
the vehicle is registered and is in
use.
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ANNEXURE-I
Definitions:
1. Vehicle : The Motor Vehicle approved for sale within India under the provisions of Central Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989 or any
subsequent amendment or substitution thereof.
2. Owner’s Manual (OM) : A document given to the customer at the time of sale of the vehicle giving guidelines on use and
maintenance of the vehicle including the terms and conditions of Warranty.
3. Maintenance : Maintenance as per the schedule provided in the Owner’s Manual by General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. including
inspection, verification check, adjustment and replacement, if necessary.
4. Service Booklet : The scheduled service record book in Owner’s Manual, which is required to be filled by CHEVROLET retailer at
the time of service.
5. Abnormal Use : The situations when the vehicle is put to use other than that intended by General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. such as
racing, overloading or use of adulterated fuel or fuel not recommended by General Motors India Pvt. Ltd.
6. Manufacturing Defect : Means deficiency or deviation from normal production tolerance in design, material, or workmanship in a
device or system which affects any parameter, performance, or component belonging to emission control system.
7. Product Warranty : The manufacturer warranty as provided by General Motors India Pvt. Ltd., which covers failure of various
parts and systems as per the Owner’s Manual. 3 years/1,00,000 kms, whichever is earlier.
8. Emission Warranty : Warranty for emission performance of the vehicle as determined by sub-rule (2) of rule no 115 of the Central
Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989.
9. Authorized Service Centers : Any service facilities authorised by General Motors India Pvt. Ltd. to perform warranty repairs. This
shall include all of CHEVROLET retailers that are recognised for service of subject vehicles or any other service center duly
authorised by General Motors India Pvt. Ltd.
10. Warrantable Condition : Warrantable condition means any condition of a vehicle, which triggers the responsibility of General
Motors India Pvt. Ltd. to take corrective action within the framework of emission Warranty. This however shall not include any
statutory or regulatory fines or penalties.
11. Warranted Parts : Those components, listed as per Annexure–II.
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ANNEXURE-II
List of Components Covered under Emission Warranty
S. No. Part name
1
Catalytic Converter***
2
Exhaust manifold gasket
3
Electronic Control Module
4
Mass Air Flow Sensor (Diesel)
5
Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor (Diesel)
6
Air Temp. Sensor
7
Coolant Temperature Sensor
8
Injectors
9
Fuel Pressure Regulator Valve (Diesel)
10
Exhaust Gas Re-circulation Valve
11
Fuel Pump
12
High Pressure Pump (Diesel)
*** Catalytic Converter is covered only for emission related failures as provided under the warranty statement. Replacements if any shall
not be applicable for breakage and noise problems.
Note : All the above mentioned parts are covered only if the car fails to meet the prescribed Emission norms. Any other performance
problems shall be treated as not relevant to the Emission warranty.
General Motors India Pvt. Ltd.
All information, illustrations and specifications contained in this Owner's Manual are based on
the latest production information available at the time of publication. The right is reserved to
make changes at any time without notice.
Regd. Office : Chandrapura Industrial Estate, Halol - 389 351.
Dist. Panchmahals, Gujarat, India. Phone : 91 2676 221000
Customer Assistance Center : Plot No. 15, Echelon Institutional Area,
Sector 32, Gurgaon - 122 001, Haryana, India. Tel. : 91 124 3080000
Works : A-16, MIDC Talegaon Industrial Area (Phase-II),
Near Floriculture Park, Talegaon Navlakh Umbhre Village Road, Tehsil-Maval,
Pune - 410 507, Maharashtra, India. Tel: 91 2114 663939
24 Hr. Helpline at 30308080
Part No.:28283043
Revision No. 03
Revision Date
05/2012/6,000