FORD TOURNEOCONNECT / TRANSITCONNECT Owner`s Manual

FORD TOURNEOCONNECT /
TRANSITCONNECT Owner's Manual
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Alarm
About This Manual...........................................5
Symbols Glossary.............................................5
Parts and Accessories....................................6
Principle of Operation..................................29
Arming the alarm...........................................29
Disarming the alarm.....................................29
At a Glance
Steering Wheel
At a Glance..........................................................7
Adjusting the Steering Wheel...................30
Audio Control..................................................30
Voice Control.....................................................31
Child Safety
Child Seats..........................................................11
Booster Seats...................................................12
Child Seat Positioning...................................13
ISOFIX Anchor Points....................................15
Child Safety Locks..........................................15
Wipers and Washers
Windscreen Wipers.......................................33
Autowipers........................................................33
Windscreen Washers....................................34
Rear Window Wiper and Washers...........34
Checking the Wiper Blades........................35
Changing the Wiper Blades........................35
Occupant protection
Principle of Operation....................................17
Fastening the seat belts...............................18
Seat belt height adjustment.......................19
Seat belt reminder..........................................19
Using seat belts during pregnancy...........19
Disabling the passenger airbag................20
Lighting
Lighting Control...............................................37
Autolamps........................................................38
Front Fog Lamps............................................38
Rear Fog Lamps..............................................38
Hazard Warning Flashers............................39
Headlamp Levelling......................................39
Direction Indicators.......................................40
Interior Lamps.................................................40
Changing a Bulb..............................................41
Bulb Specification Chart.............................46
Keys and Remote Controls
General Information on Radio
Frequencies...................................................21
Programming the remote control.............21
Changing the remote control
battery.............................................................21
Locks
Windows and Mirrors
Locking and Unlocking.................................23
Power Windows..............................................47
Exterior Mirrors................................................47
Electric exterior mirrors................................47
Rear Quarter Windows................................48
Auto-Dimming Mirror...................................48
Engine immobiliser
Principle of Operation..................................28
Coded keys.......................................................28
Arming the engine immobiliser................28
Disarming the engine immobiliser...........28
Instrument Cluster
Gauges...............................................................49
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Warning Lamps and Indicators..................51
Audible Warnings and Indicators.............53
Diesel Particulate Filter.................................81
Fuel and Refuelling
Information Displays
Safety Precautions........................................82
Fuel Quality - Diesel......................................82
Catalytic Converter........................................82
Fuel filler flap...................................................83
Refuelling..........................................................83
Fuel Consumption.........................................83
Technical Specifications.............................83
General Information......................................55
Trip Computer..................................................57
Personalised Settings..................................58
Information Messages.................................59
Climate Control
Principle of Operation..................................62
Air Vents............................................................62
Heated Windows and Mirrors....................62
Manual Climate Control..............................63
Auxiliary Heater..............................................66
Transmission
Manual Transmission...................................85
Brakes
Principle of Operation..................................86
Hints on Driving With Anti-Lock
Brakes............................................................86
Parking Brake..................................................86
Seats
Sitting in the Correct Position....................70
Front Seats.......................................................70
Head Restraints...............................................73
Rear Seats.........................................................73
Heated Seats...................................................76
Stability Control
Principle of Operation...................................87
Using Stability Control.................................87
Convenience features
Traction Control
Instrument Lighting Dimmer......................77
Cigar Lighter......................................................77
Auxiliary Power Points..................................77
Cup Holders......................................................78
Storage compartments...............................78
Map Pockets....................................................78
Auxiliary input (AUX IN) socket................79
Floor Mats.........................................................79
Principle of Operation..................................88
Using Traction Control.................................88
Hill Start Assist
Principle of Operation..................................89
Using hill start assist....................................89
Parking Aids
Principle of Operation...................................91
Using the Parking Aid....................................91
Starting and Stopping the
Engine
General Information.....................................80
Ignition Switch................................................80
Starting a Diesel Engine..............................80
Switching Off the Engine............................80
Load Carrying
General Information......................................92
Roof Racks and Load Carriers...................92
Cargo Nets........................................................92
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Repairing Minor Paint Damage.................113
Towing
Towing a Trailer...............................................94
Vehicle battery
Driving Hints
Jump-Starting the Vehicle.........................114
Running-In........................................................95
Cold Weather Precautions.........................95
Wheels and Tyres
General Information.....................................115
Changing a Road Wheel.............................115
Tyre Care...........................................................119
Using Winter Tyres.......................................120
Using Snow Chains......................................120
Technical Specifications............................120
Roadside Emergencies
First Aid Kit.......................................................96
Warning Triangle............................................96
Fuses
Fuse Box Locations........................................97
Changing a Fuse.............................................98
Fuse Labels......................................................98
Fuse Specification Chart............................99
Vehicle identification
Vehicle Identification Plate.......................123
Vehicle Identification Number.................123
Load apportioning valve (LAV)
plate...............................................................123
Vehicle recovery
Towing Points................................................103
Towing the Vehicle on Four Wheels......103
Capacities and Specifications
Maintenance
Technical Specifications............................124
General Information....................................105
Opening and Closing the Bonnet...........105
Under Bonnet Overview - 1.8L
Duratorq-TDCi (Lynx) Diesel/1.8L
Duratorq-TDDi (Lynx) Diesel...............107
Engine Oil Dipstick - 1.8L Duratorq-TDCi
(Lynx) Diesel/1.8L Duratorq-TDDi
(Lynx) Diesel..............................................108
Engine Oil Check..........................................108
Engine Coolant Check................................109
Brake and Clutch Fluid Check.................109
Power Steering Fluid Check......................110
Washer Fluid Check......................................110
Technical Specifications.............................110
Audio introduction
Important audio information...................130
Audio unit overview
Audio unit overview.......................................131
Audio system security
Security code..................................................133
Lost security code.........................................133
Entering a security code.............................133
Incorrect security code...............................133
Audio unit clock and date
displays
Vehicle care
Setting the clock and date on the audio
unit.................................................................134
Cleaning the Exterior....................................112
Cleaning the Interior.....................................112
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Telephone setup...........................................145
Bluetooth setup............................................146
Telephone controls......................................146
Using the telephone - Vehicles Without:
Navigation System...................................147
Using the telephone - Vehicles With:
Navigation System..................................148
Audio unit operation
On/off control................................................135
Bass/treble control......................................135
Balance/fade control..................................135
Audio menu control.....................................135
Station preset buttons................................137
Waveband button.........................................137
Autostore control..........................................137
Traffic information control........................137
Station tuning control.................................138
Voice control
Principle of Operation..................................151
Using voice control........................................151
Audio unit commands................................152
Telephone commands...............................158
Navigation system commands...............162
Audio unit menus
Automatic volume control........................139
Audio distortion reduction (CLIP)..........139
Alternative frequencies..............................139
Regional mode (REG)................................140
News broadcasts.........................................140
Appendices
Type approvals..............................................163
Electromagnetic compatibility................163
Compact disc player
Loading compact discs...............................141
Track selection................................................141
Compact disc playback..............................141
Fast forward/reverse....................................141
Shuffle/random.............................................141
Compact disc track compression...........141
Compact disc track scanning...................141
Ejecting compact discs..............................142
Repeat compact disc tracks.....................142
Ending compact disc playback...............142
Auxiliary input (AUX IN)
socket
Auxiliary input (AUX IN) socket..............143
Audio troubleshooting
Audio troubleshooting................................144
Telephone
General Information....................................145
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Introduction
Additionally an efficient pollen filter
protects the passengers against allergen
particles in the outdoor air.
ABOUT THIS MANUAL
Thank you for choosing Ford. We
recommend that you take some time to
get to know your vehicle by reading this
manual. The more that you know about it,
the greater the safety and pleasure you
will get from driving it.
For more information, contact TÜV at
www.tuv.com.
SYMBOLS GLOSSARY
WARNING
Symbols in this handbook
Always drive with due care and
attention when using and operating
the controls and features on your
vehicle.
WARNING
You risk death or serious injury to
yourself and others if you do not
follow the instructions highlighted
by the warning symbol.
Note: This manual describes product
features and options available throughout
the range, sometimes even before they are
generally available. It may describe options
not fitted to your vehicle.
CAUTION
You risk damaging your vehicle if you
do not follow the instructions
highlighted by the caution symbol.
Note: Some of the illustrations in this
manual may be used for different models,
so may appear different to your vehicle.
However, the essential information in the
illustrations is always correct.
Symbols on your vehicle
Note: Always use and operate your vehicle
in line with all applicable laws and
regulations.
Note: Pass on this manual when selling
your vehicle. It is an integral part of the
vehicle.
When you see these symbols, read and
follow the relevant instructions in this
handbook before touching or attempting
adjustment of any kind.
This vehicle has received the endorsement
of TÜV, the accredited international testing
organisation, for its allergy-friendly
properties.
All materials used in the manufacture of
the interior of this vehicle meet strict
requirements of the TÜV TOXPROOF
Criteria Catalogue for Vehicle Interiors by
TÜV Produkt and Umwelt GmbH and are
designed to minimize the risk of allergic
reactions.
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Introduction
PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
Genuine Ford parts and accessories have
been designed specifically for your vehicle.
Unless we have specifically stated, we
have not tested non-Ford parts and
accessories and, therefore, we will not
guarantee that they are suitable for your
vehicle. We recommend that you ask your
Ford Dealer for advice on parts and
accessories suitable for your vehicle.
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At a Glance
AT A GLANCE
Instrument panel overview
Left-hand drive
A
S
B
R
C
Q
D
E
F
P
O
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H
G
N
M L
I
K
J
At a Glance
Right-hand drive
I
J
G
K L
M
H
N
C
Q
E
F
D
P
O
B
R
A
S
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A
Air vent. See Climate Control (page 62).
B
Headlamp levelling control. See Headlamp Levelling (page 39).
C
Direction indicators. See Lighting (page 37).
D
Instrument cluster. See Gauges (page 49).
E
Information display. See (page 55).
F
Wiper lever. See Wipers and Washers (page 33).
G
Hazard warning flasher switch. See Lighting (page 37).
H
Passenger airbag disabled indicatator. See Disabling the passenger airbag
(page 20).
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At a Glance
I
Heated windscreen and heated rear window switches. See Climate Control
(page 62).
J
Audio or navigation unit. See separate handbook.
K
Climate controls. See Climate Control (page 62).
L
Recirculated air switch. See Climate Control (page 62).
M
Air conditioning switch. See Climate Control (page 62).
N
Cigar lighter or auxiliary power socket. See Convenience features (page 77).
O
Ignition switch.
p
Steering wheel adjustment lever. See Steering Wheel (page 30).
Q
Audio control. See Audio Control (page 30).
R
Instrument lighting dimmer. See Instrument Lighting Dimmer (page 77).
S
Lighting controls. See Lighting (page 37).
Locking and unlocking the doors
with the remote control
Locking and unlocking the doors
with the key
Allvehicles
Turn the top of the key towards the front
of the vehicle twice to unlock all doors.
A
Transit Connect
Turn the top of the key towards the front
of the vehicle to unlock the front doors.
B
C
E87379
Tourneo Connect
Turn the top of the key towards the front
of the vehicle to unlock the front and
sliding doors.
A
Unlock
B
Lock
C
Luggage compartment lid unlock
Transit Connect
See Locking and Unlocking (page 23).
Press button A once to unlock the front
doors only.
Press button A twice to unlock all doors.
Press button C once to unlock the sliding
door and the luggage compartment lid.
Tourneo Connect
Press button A once to unlock the front
and sliding doors.
Press button A twice to unlock all doors.
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At a Glance
Press button C once to unlock the luggage
compartment lid.
All vehicles
Press button B once to lock all doors and
the luggage compartment lid.
Press button B twice within three seconds
to activate double locking.
Note: The anti-theft alarm system can also
be armed independently from the double
locking system by turning the door key to
the lock position.
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See Locking and Unlocking (page 23).
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WARNING
Adjusting the steering wheel
Make sure that you fully engage the
locking lever when returning it to its
original position.
WARNING
Never adjust the steering wheel
when the vehicle is moving.
See Adjusting the Steering Wheel
(page 30).
2
Engine idle speed after starting
The engine may idle at a higher speed than
normal immediately after starting from
cold.
2
See Starting and Stopping the Engine
(page 80).
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Child Safety
CHILD SEATS
WARNINGS
Do not leave unattended children in
your vehicle.
If your vehicle has been involved in
an accident, have the child restraints
checked by properly trained
technicians.
Note: Mandatory use of child restraints
varies from country to country.
E133140
Only child restraints certified to
ECE-R44.03 (or later) have been tested
and approved for use in your vehicle. A
choice of these are available from your
Dealer.
Child restraints for different mass
groups
Use the correct child restraint as follows:
Baby safety seat
E68916
WARNINGS
Secure children that are less than
150 centimetres (59 inches) tall in a
suitable, approved child restraint, in
the rear seat.
Extreme Hazard! Do not use a
rearward facing child restraint on a
seat protected by an air bag in front
of it!
Read and follow the manufacturer’s
instructions when you are fitting a
child restraint.
E68918
Secure children that weigh less than 13
kilograms (29 pounds) in a rearward facing
baby safety seat (Group 0+) in the rear
seat.
Do not modify child restraints in any
way.
Do not hold a child on your lap when
the vehicle is moving.
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Child Safety
Child safety seat
CAUTION
When using a child seat on a rear seat,
make sure that the child seat rests
tightly against the vehicle seat. It may
be necessary to lift or remove the head
restraint. See Head Restraints (page 73).
Booster seat (Group 2)
E68920
Secure children that weigh between 13 and
18 kilograms (29 and 40 pounds) in a child
safety seat (Group 1) in the rear seat.
BOOSTER SEATS
E70710
WARNINGS
Do not install a booster seat or a
booster cushion with only the lap
strap of the seat belt.
We recommend that you use a booster
seat that combines a cushion with a
backrest instead of a booster cushion only.
The raised seating position will allow you
to position the shoulder strap of the adult
seat belt over the centre of your child’s
shoulder and the lap strap tightly across
its hips.
Do not install a booster seat or a
booster cushion with a seat belt that
is slack or twisted.
Do not put the seat belt under your
child’s arm or behind its back.
Do not use pillows, books or towels
to boost your child’s height.
Make sure that your children sit in an
upright position.
Secure children that weigh more
than 15 kilograms (33 pounds) but
are less than 150 centimetres (59
inches) tall in a booster seat or a booster
cushion.
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Child Safety
Booster cushion (Group 3)
CHILD SEAT POSITIONING
WARNINGS
Please consult your Dealer for the
latest details relating to Ford
recommended child seats.
When using a forward facing child
seat on a rear seat, always remove
the head restraint from that seat.
See Head Restraints (page 73).
When using a child seat with a seat
belt, make sure that the seat belt is
not slack or twisted.
Note: When using a child seat on a front
seat, always adjust the front passenger seat
to its fully rearwards position. If it proves
difficult to tighten the lap section of the seat
belt without slack remaining, adjust the
seatback to the fully upright position and
raise the height of the seat. See Front Seats
(page 70).
E68924
Mass group categories
Seating positions
0
0+
Up to 10 kg Up to 13 kg
1
2
3
9 to 18 kg
15 to 25 kg
22 to 36 kg
Front passenger seat
with airbag ON
X
X
Front passenger seat
with airbag OFF
U
1
U
1
U
1
U
1
U
Second row rear seats
U
U
U
U
U
Third row rear seats
U
U
U
U
U
UF
1
1
UF
1
UF
1
X Not suitable for children in this mass group.
U Suitable for universal category child restraints approved for use in this mass group.
U¹ Suitable for universal category child seats approved for use in this mass group. However,
we recommend that you secure children in a government approved child seat, in the rear
seat.
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Child Safety
UF¹ Suitable for universal category forward facing child seats approved for use in this
mass group. However, we recommend that you secure children in a government approved
child seat, in the rear seat.
ISOFIX child seats
Mass group categories
0+
1
Rear facing
Forward facing
Up to 13 kg
9 - 18 kg
Seating positions
Front seat
Size class
Not ISOFIX equipped
Seat type
Rear outboard seat ISOFIX
Rear centre seat
Size class
C, D, E
Seat type
IL
**
Size class
A, B, B1, C, D
*
***
IL, IUF
Not ISOFIX equipped
Seat type
Third row rear seats
*
Size class
Not ISOFIX equipped
Seat type
IL Suitable for particular ISOFIX child restraints systems of the semi-universal category.
Please consult child restraints systems suppliers' vehicle recommendation lists.
IUF Suitable for ISOFIX forward facing child restraints systems of universal category
approved for use in this mass group and ISOFIX size class.
*
The ISOFIX size class for both universal and semi-universal child restraints systems
is defined by the capital letters A to G. These identification letters are displayed on ISOFIX
child restraints.
**
At time of publishing the recommended Group O+ ISOFIX baby safety seat is the Britax
Romer Baby Safe. Please consult your Dealer for the latest details relating to Ford
recommended child seats.
***
At time of publishing the recommended Group 1 ISOFIX child seat is the Britax Romer
Duo. Please consult your Dealer for the latest details relating to Ford recommended child
seats.
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Child Safety
ISOFIX ANCHOR POINTS
WARNINGS
Always use the top tether anchor
point at the base of the second row
seatback when the third row is
occupied.
Tourneo Connect
1.
Remove the head restraint. See Head
Restraints (page 73).
E68945
WARNING
Use only ISOFIX child seats we
recommend.
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2. Route the tether strap to the anchor
point.
3. Push the child seat back firmly to
engage the ISOFIX lower anchor points.
4. Tighten the tether strap in line with the
child seat manufacturer's instructions.
You can fit ISOFIX child restraints using
the ISOFIX anchor points.
The ISOFIX system comprises of two rigid
attachment arms on the child restraint that
attach to anchor points on the rear seats,
where the cushion and backrest meet.
Tether anchor points may also be fitted.
CHILD SAFETY LOCKS
Attaching a child restraint with a top
tether
Tourneo Connect
WARNINGS
Use an anti-rotation device when
using the ISOFIX system. We
recommend that you use a top tether
or a support leg.
WARNING
You cannot open the doors from
inside if you have put the child safety
locks on.
For ISOFIX child seats fitted with a
top tether, always use a top tether
anchor point.
Note: Child safety locks are only fitted to
sliding doors.
Do not attach a tether strap to
anything other than the correct
tether anchor point.
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Child Safety
A
B
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A
Lock
B
Unlock
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Occupant protection
Driver and front passenger airbags
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
Airbags
WARNINGS
Do not modify the front of your
vehicle in any way. This could
adversely affect deployment of the
airbags.
Original text according to ECE
R94.01: Extreme Hazard! Do not use
a rearward facing child restraint on
a seat protected by an airbag in front of it!
E74302
Wear a seat belt and keep sufficient
distance between yourself and the
steering wheel. Only when you use
the seat belt properly, can it hold you in a
position that allows the airbag to achieve
its optimum effect. See Sitting in the
Correct Position (page 70).
The driver and front passenger airbags will
deploy during significant frontal collisions
or collisions that are up to 30 degrees from
the left or the right. The airbags will inflate
within a few thousandths of a second and
deflate on contact with the occupants,
thus cushioning forward body movement.
During minor frontal collisions, overturns,
rear collisions and side collisions, the driver
and front passenger airbags will not
deploy.
Have repairs to the steering wheel,
steering column, seats, airbags and
seat belts carried out by properly
trained technicians.
Keep the areas in front of the airbags
free from obstruction. Do not affix
anything to or over the airbag covers.
Side airbags
Do not poke sharp objects into areas
where airbags are fitted. This could
damage and adversely affect
deployment of the airbags.
Use seat covers designed for seats
with side airbags. Have these fitted
by properly trained technicians.
Note: You will hear a loud bang and see a
cloud of harmless powdery residue if an
airbag deploys. This is normal.
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Side airbags are fitted inside the seatback
of the front seats. A label indicates that
side airbags are fitted to your vehicle.
Note: Only wipe airbag covers with a damp
cloth.
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Occupant protection
Status after a collision
The side airbags will deploy during
significant lateral collisions. Only the airbag
on the side affected by the collision will
deploy. The airbags will inflate within a few
thousandths of a second and deflate on
contact with the occupants, thus providing
protection for the chest and shoulder
areas. During minor lateral collisions,
overturns, front collisions and rear
collisions, the side airbags will not deploy.
WARNING
Seat belts subjected to strain, as a
result of an accident, should be
renewed and the anchorages
checked by a properly trained technician.
FASTENING THE SEAT BELTS
Seat belts
WARNINGS
Wear a seat belt and keep sufficient
distance between yourself and the
steering wheel. Only when you use
the seat belt properly, can it hold you in a
position to achieve its optimum effect. See
Sitting in the Correct Position (page
70).
Never use a seat belt for more than
one person.
Use the correct buckle for each seat
belt.
E66541
Do not use a seat belt that is slack
or twisted.
WARNING
Insert the tongue into the buckle until
a distinct click is heard, otherwise the
seat belt will not be locked correctly.
Do not wear thick clothing. The seat
belt must fit tightly around your body
to achieve its optimum effect.
Pull the belt out steadily. It may lock if
pulled sharply or if the vehicle is on a slope.
Position the shoulder strap of the
seat belt over the centre of your
shoulder and position the lap strap
tightly across your hips.
To release the belt, press the red button
on the buckle and let the belt rewind
completely and smoothly.
The drivers seat belt retractor is fitted with
a seat belt pretensioner. Seat belt
pretensioners have a slightly lower
deployment threshold than the airbags.
During significant frontal collisions, it is
possible that only the seat belt
pretensioners will deploy.
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Occupant protection
Rear seat belts
SEAT BELT REMINDER
WARNING
The occupant protection system will
only provide optimum protection
when you use the seat belt properly.
The seat belt reminder warning
lamp illuminates and an audible
warning will sound if the driver's
seat belt has not been fastened and the
vehicle exceeds a relatively low speed. It
will also illuminate if the driver's seat belt
is unfastened when the vehicle is moving.
The audible warning will go off after five
minutes but the seat belt reminder warning
lamp will remain on until the driver's seat
belt is fastened.
E75564
WARNING
In order to ensure that the centre belt
works properly, the rear seatback
must be correctly engaged.
Deactivating the seat belt
reminder
Make sure that each seat belt uses the
correct buckle.
See your dealer.
USING SEAT BELTS DURING
PREGNANCY
SEAT BELT HEIGHT
ADJUSTMENT
E68587
WARNING
Position the seat belt correctly for
your safety and that of your unborn
child. Do not use only the lap strap
or the shoulder strap.
E68901
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Occupant protection
Disabling the passenger airbag
Position the lap strap comfortably across
your hips and low beneath your pregnant
abdomen. Position the shoulder strap
between your breasts, above and to the
side of your pregnant abdomen.
DISABLING THE PASSENGER
AIRBAG
A
B
E71312
WARNING
To use a child restraint in the front, make
sure that the key switch is turned to
position A.
To avoid the risk of death or serious
injury, NEVER use a rearward facing
child restraint in the front, unless the
airbag is OFF.
When you switch the ignition on, check that
the passenger airbag deactivation warning
lamp comes on. See At a Glance (page
7).
Enabling the passenger airbag
WARNING
For the adult restraint system to
perform as intended, make sure that
the airbag is ON.
After removing the child restraint from the
front, make sure that you turn the key
switch to position B.
E71313
The key switch and the airbag deactivation
lamp are located in the instrument panel.
If the airbag warning lamp in the
instrument cluster illuminates
intermittently, it means that there is a
malfunction. Remove the child restraint
from the front. Have the system checked
by a suitably trained technician for your
own safety. See Warning Lamps and
Indicators (page 51).
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Keys and Remote Controls
2. Turn the ignition to position 0. A tone
sounds to indicate that it is now
possible to programme the remote
controls for ten seconds.
3. Press any button on a new remote
control. A tone will sound as
confirmation.
4. Repeat this last step for all your remote
controls, including your original. Do not
remove the key from the ignition when
pressing the button on this remote
control.
5. Switch the ignition back on (position
II) or wait for ten seconds without
programming another remote control
to end the key programming. Only the
remote controls which you have just
programmed are now able to lock and
unlock the vehicle.
GENERAL INFORMATION ON
RADIO FREQUENCIES
CAUTIONS
The radio frequency used by your
remote control can also be used by
other short distance radio
transmissions (e.g. amateur radios,
medical equipment, wireless headphones,
remote controls and alarm systems). If the
frequencies are jammed, you will not be
able to use your remote control. You can
lock and unlock the doors with the key.
Check your vehicle is locked before
leaving it unattended. This will
safeguard against any potential
malicious frequency blocking.
Note: You could unlock the doors if you
press the buttons on the remote control
unintentionally.
Reprogramming the unlocking
function
The operating range between your remote
control and your vehicle varies depending
on the environment.
Note: When you press the unlock button
either all the doors are unlocked or
depending on the locking configuration,
specific doors are unlocked. Pressing the
unlock button again unlocks all the doors.
PROGRAMMING THE REMOTE
CONTROL
Press and hold the unlock and lock buttons
on the remote key simultaneously for at
least four seconds with the ignition off. The
direction indicators will flash twice to
confirm the change.
A maximum of four remote controls
(including any supplied with your vehicle)
can be programmed. The remote controls
must remain inside the vehicle during the
programming procedure. Fasten the front
seat belts and close all doors to ensure
that conflicting chimes do not sound during
programming.
To return to the original unlocking function,
repeat the process.
CHANGING THE REMOTE
CONTROL BATTERY
Programming a new remote
control
1.
Make sure that you dispose of
old batteries in an
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environmentally friendly way.
Seek advice from your local authority
regarding recycling.
To programme new remote controls
turn the ignition key to position II four
times within six seconds.
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Keys and Remote Controls
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1.
Insert a screwdriver into the recess on
the back of the key and remove the key
blade.
2. Release the retaining clips with the
screwdriver and separate the two
halves of the remote control.
CAUTION
Do not touch the battery contacts or
the printed circuit board with the
screwdriver.
3. Carefully prise out the battery with the
screwdriver.
4. Install a new battery (3V CR 2032) with
the + facing upwards.
5. Assemble the two halves of the remote
control.
6. Install the key blade.
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Locks
Unlocking the doors with the key
LOCKING AND UNLOCKING
Note: If single stage unlocking is enabled
all doors will be unlocked with one turn of
the key or one press of button A on the
remote.
Central locking
Note: You can unlock all the doors and
luggage compartment lid with the key from
the front doors. This needs to be used if the
remote control system is not functioning. If
single stage unlocking is disabled turn the
key twice to the unlock position.
All vehicles
Turn the top of the key towards the front
of the vehicle twice to unlock all doors.
Note: Unlocking the luggage compartment
lid with a key will only unlock that door.
Transit Connect
Note: You can only centrally lock the doors
if they are all closed.
Turn the top of the key towards the front
of the vehicle to unlock the front doors.
Double locking
Tourneo Connect
Turn the top of the key towards the front
of the vehicle to unlock the front doors and
sliding doors.
WARNING
Do not activate double locking when
persons or animals are inside the
vehicle. You will not be able to
unlock the doors from the inside if you have
double locked them.
Locking the doors with the key
Turn the top of the key towards the rear of
the vehicle to lock all doors.
Locking and unlocking the luggage
compartment lid
Double locking is a theft protection feature
that prevents someone from opening the
doors from the inside. You can only double
lock the doors if they are all closed.
Locking and unlocking
confirmation
You can lock or double lock the whole
vehicle or unlock the luggage
compartment lid with the key at the
luggage compartment lid.
When you unlock the doors, the direction
indicators will flash once.
Double locking the doors with the
key
On vehicles without double locking, the
direction indicators will flash twice when
you lock the doors.
Turn the key to the unlock position and
then the lock position within three seconds
to double lock the doors.
On vehicles with double locking, the
direction indicators will flash twice when
you double lock the doors.
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Locks
Locking and unlocking the doors
with the remote control
Press button B twice within three seconds
to activate double locking.
One-stage unlocking
A
B
You can programme the locking system so
that all doors are unlocked with one key
turn in a front door or a press of button A
on the remote control.
C
Type 1 See Personalised Settings (page
58).
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A
Unlock
B
Lock
C
Luggage compartment lid unlock
Type 2 See Programming the remote
control (page 21).
Two-stage unlocking
Note: The alarm system is armed when the
vehicle is locked with either the key or by
pressing button B on the remote control.
Two stage unlocking is the default unlock
setting if one stage unlocking is not
enabled.
Note: Depending on the vehicle
configuration, the doors unlocked with one
turn of the key or press of button A on the
remote control may vary.
One key turn or a press of button A on the
remote control will unlock the first stage.
Two key turns or two presses of button A
on the remote control will unlock all the
doors.
Note: Button C will remain functional when
the ignition is on if the vehicle is stationary
or moving very slowly.
One press of button C on the remote
control will unlock the luggage
compartment lid. Two presses of button
C on the remote control will unlock all the
doors.
Transit Connect
Press button A once to unlock the front
doors only.
Automatic relocking
Press button A twice to unlock all doors.
Tourneo Connect
The doors will relock automatically if you
do not open a door within 45 seconds of
unlocking the doors with the remote
control. The door locks and the alarm will
return to their previous state.
Press button A once to unlock the front
doors and sliding doors.
Sliding door memory locking
Press button C once to unlock the sliding
door and luggage compartment lid.
If the vehicle is locked when a sliding door
is open, the sliding door will become locked
when it is closed. It is not possible to
double lock the vehicle with a sliding door
open.
Press button A twice to unlock all doors.
Press button C once to unlock the luggage
compartment lid.
All vehicles
Press button B once to lock all doors.
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Locks
Locking and unlocking the doors
from inside
Sliding door
Front doors
A
B
A
B
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A
Lock all doors
B
Unlock
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Note: Dependent on vehicle lock
configuration different doors will open using
B. If single stage unlocking is enabled all
doors will be unlocked.
A
Lock
B
Unlock
Opening the doors
Sliding door
Note: On Tourneo Connect, the right-hand
sliding door is inhibited from opening fully
when the fuel filler flap is unlocked and
open.
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Locks
Right-hand rear door
A
B
2
1
A
B
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A
Outside
B
Inside
Double rear doors
WARNING
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Close the rear doors properly to
prevent them from opening while you
are driving. Driving with the rear doors
open is extremely dangerous as exhaust
fumes can be drawn into the vehicle’s
interior.
A
Outside
B
Inside
Left-hand rear door
2
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1
Locks
Opening the doors through 180 and 250
degrees
A
B
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Push the yellow button located on the
door. The check arms will automatically
re-engage when the doors are closed.
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Luggage compartment lid
WARNING
Close the luggage compartment lid
properly to prevent it opening while
you are driving. Driving with it open
is extremely dangerous as exhaust fumes
can be drawn into the vehicle’s interior.
Note: To open the luggage compartment
lid from inside, you can access the release
button through an aperture at the bottom
of the luggage compartment lid.
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A
Outside
B
Inside
Engine immobiliser
The indicator in the instrument cluster will
come on for approximately three seconds
and then go out. If the indicator stays on
for one minute or flashes for approximately
one minute and then repeatedly at irregular
intervals, your key has not been recognised.
Remove the key and try again.
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
The engine immobiliser is a theft protection
system that prevents someone from
starting the engine with an incorrectly
coded key.
If you are unable to start the engine with a
correctly coded key, this indicates a
malfunction. Have the immobiliser checked
immediately.
CODED KEYS
Note: Do not shield your keys with metal
objects. This may prevent the receiver from
recognising your key as a valid one.
Note: Have all of your remaining keys
erased and recoded if you lose a key. Ask
your dealer for further information. Have
replacement keys recoded together with
your existing keys.
If you lose a key, you can obtain a
replacement from your Ford Dealer. If
possible, provide them with the key
number from the tag provided with the
original keys. You can also obtain
additional keys from your Ford Dealer.
ARMING THE ENGINE
IMMOBILISER
The engine immobiliser is armed
automatically a short time after you have
switched the ignition off.
The indicator in the instrument cluster will
flash to confirm that the system is
operating.
DISARMING THE ENGINE
IMMOBILISER
The engine immobiliser is disarmed
automatically when you switch the ignition
on with a correctly coded key.
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Alarm
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
The perimeter alarm is a deterrent against
unauthorised access to your vehicle
through the doors and the bonnet. It also
protects the audio unit.
Note: False alarms can also be triggered
by the auxiliary heater. See Auxiliary Heater
(page 66). If you are using the auxiliary
heater, direct the air towards the footwell.
Triggering the alarm
Once armed, the alarm is triggered in any
of the following ways:
• If someone opens a door, the luggage
compartment or the bonnet without a
valid key or remote control.
• If the bonnet is opened with a valid key.
• If someone removes the audio or
navigation system.
If the alarm is triggered, the alarm horn will
sound for 30 seconds and the hazard
warning flasher will flash for five minutes.
Any further attempts to perform one of the
above will trigger the alarm again.
ARMING THE ALARM
To arm the alarm, lock the vehicle. See
Locks (page 23).
DISARMING THE ALARM
Disarm and silence the alarm by unlocking
either of the front doors or luggage
compartment with the key.
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Steering Wheel
ADJUSTING THE STEERING
WHEEL
WARNING
Make sure that you fully engage the
locking lever when returning it to its
original position.
WARNING
Never adjust the steering wheel
when the vehicle is moving.
AUDIO CONTROL
Select radio or CD mode on the audio unit.
Note: Make sure that you are sitting in the
correct position. See Sitting in the Correct
Position (page 70).
The following functions can be operated
with the remote control:
Volume
2
2
1
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3
Volume up: Press the top button on the
back of the remote control.
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Volume down: Press the bottom button
on the back of the remote control.
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Steering Wheel
Seek
Mode
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Briefly press the button on the side:
•
•
•
In radio mode, this will locate the next
pre-set radio station.
In CD mode, this will select the next
CD if a CD changer is fitted.
In all modes to abort a traffic message
during broadcasting.
Press and hold the button on the side:
•
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In radio mode to change the
waveband.
Move the lever up or down:
•
•
In radio mode, this will locate the next
radio station up or down the frequency
band.
In CD mode, it will select the next or
previous track.
VOICE CONTROL
For further information See Voice control
(page 151).
To select or deselect voice control:
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Steering Wheel
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Wipers and Washers
AUTOWIPERS
WINDSCREEN WIPERS
CAUTIONS
Do not switch autowipers on in dry
weather conditions. The rain sensor
is very sensitive and the wipers may
operate if dirt, mist or flies hit the
windscreen.
D
C
B
Replace the wiper blades as soon as
they begin to leave bands of water
and smears. If you do not replace
them, the rain sensor will continue to
detect water on the windscreen and the
wipers will operate, even though the
majority of the windscreen is dry.
Fully defrost the windscreen in icy
conditions before you switch
autowipers on.
A
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A
Single wipe
Switch autowipers off before you
enter a car wash.
B
Intermittent wipe or autowipers
C
Normal wipe
D
High speed wipe
A
B
Intermittent wipe
A
B
C
E71013
C
A
Low sensitivity
B
On
C
High sensitivity
E71013
A
Long wipe interval
B
Intermittent wipe
C
Short wipe interval
If you switch autowipers on, the wipers will
not cycle until water is detected on the
windscreen. The rain sensor will then
continuously measure the amount of water
on the windscreen and adjust the speed
of the wipers automatically.
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Wipers and Washers
Adjust the sensitivity of the rain sensor
using the rotary control. With low
sensitivity, the wipers will operate when
the sensor detects a lot of water on the
windscreen. With high sensitivity, the
wipers will operate if the sensor detects a
small amount of water on the windscreen.
REAR WINDOW WIPER AND
WASHERS
Intermittent wipe
WINDSCREEN WASHERS
E71017
Pull the lever towards the steering wheel.
Reverse gear wipe
E71016
While the button at the end of the lever is
pressed the washer will work in
conjunction with the wipers.
The rear wiper will be activated
automatically when selecting reverse gear
if:
• the rear wiper is not already switched
on,
• the wiper lever is in position A, B, C or
D and
• the front wiper is operating (when set
to position B).
After releasing the button, the wipers
operate for a short time.
The rear wiper will follow the front wiper
interval (at intermittent or normal speed).
WARNING
Do not operate the washer for more
than 10 seconds at a time, and never
when the reservoir is empty.
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Wipers and Washers
Rear window washer
CHECKING THE WIPER
BLADES
E71018
WARNING
Do not operate the washer for more
than 10 seconds at a time, and never
when the reservoir is empty.
E66644
Run the tip of your fingers over the edge of
the blade to check for roughness.
While the lever is pulled towards the
steering wheel the washer will work in
conjunction with the wipers.
Clean the wiper blade lips with water
applied with a soft sponge.
Once the wash and wipe cycle is
completed, the wipers will pause and then
perform one more wipe to clear the
windscreen.
CHANGING THE WIPER
BLADES
After releasing the lever, the wipers
operate for a short time.
2
1
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Wipers and Washers
3
E93784
5
4
E93785
6
E93786
Install in the reverse order.
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Lighting
Main and dipped beam
LIGHTING CONTROL
Lighting control positions
F
A
B
C
E71095
Pull the lever fully towards the steering
wheel to switch between main and dipped
beam.
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E
A
Off
D
B
Side and tail lamps
C
Headlamps
D
Front fog lamps
E
Rear fog lamps
F
Parking lamps
Headlamp flasher
Pull the lever slightly towards the steering
wheel.
Home safe lighting
You can switch home safe lighting on up
to 10 minutes after you have switched the
ignition off.
Vehicles without autolamps
Parking lamps
Switch the headlamps on and then switch
them off within two seconds.
First, switch off the ignition.
Vehicles with autolamps
Push the lighting control inwards and turn
it to position F.
1.
Switch autolamps on and then switch
them off within two seconds.
2. Switch autolamps off and then switch
them on within two seconds
All vehicles
The headlamps will go off automatically
after 3 minutes with any door open, or 30
seconds after the last door has been
closed.
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Lighting
With all doors closed, but within the 30
second delay, opening any door will result
in the 3 minute timer starting again.
FRONT FOG LAMPS
The home safe lights can be cancelled by
either turning the headlamp switch ON or
by turning the ignition switch ON.
AUTOLAMPS
WARNING
In severe weather conditions, it may
be necessary to switch your
headlamps on manually.
E71096
WARNING
Note: If you have switched autolamps on,
you can only switch the main beam on when
autolamps has switched the headlamps on.
Only use the front fog lamps when
visibility is considerably restricted by
fog, snow or rain.
Note: You cannot switch the front fog
lamps on if you have switched autolamps
on.
REAR FOG LAMPS
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The headlamps will come on and go off
automatically depending on the ambient
light.
E71097
WARNING
Do not use the rear fog lamps when
it is raining or snowing and visibility
is more than 50 metres.
Note: You cannot switch the rear fog lamps
on if you have switched autolamps on.
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Lighting
HAZARD WARNING FLASHERS
HEADLAMP LEVELLING
Note: Depending on applicable laws and
regulations in the country for which your
vehicle was originally built, the hazard
warning flashers may flash if you brake
heavily.
All vehicles
E71943
For item location: See At a Glance (page
7).
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You can adjust the level of the headlamp
beams according to the vehicle load.
Recommended headlamp levelling
switch positions
Note: Higher control positions (+1) may be
necessary when towing a trailer.
Transit Connect
Load
Persons
Control position
Load in luggage compart1
ment
1
1
-
0
2
max.
1
2
When the vehicle is fitted with the attitude or ride height pack, headlamp levelling may
need to be adjusted.
2
See Vehicle identification (page 123).
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Lighting
Tourneo Connect
Load
Persons
1
Control position
Load in luggage
1
Front
Rear
compartment
1-2
-
-
2
3-6
2
3-6
max.
1
-
max.
SWB 5
seats
LWB 5
seats
LWB 8
seats
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
1
2.5
2
1.5
See Vehicle identification (page 123).
INTERIOR LAMPS
DIRECTION INDICATORS
C
A
B
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E71098
Note: Tap the lever up or down to make the
direction indicators flash only three times.
A
Off
B
Door contact
C
On
If you set the switch to position B, the
courtesy lamp will come on when you
unlock or open a door or the tailgate. If you
leave a door open with the ignition switch
off, the courtesy lamp will go off
automatically after some time to prevent
the vehicle battery from discharging. To
switch it back on, switch on the ignition for
a short time.
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Lighting
The courtesy lamp will also come on when
you switch off the ignition. It will go off
automatically after a short time or when
you start or restart the engine.
Note: The following instructions describe
how to remove the bulbs. Fit replacements
in the reverse order unless otherwise stated.
Headlamp
If you set the switch to position C with the
ignition switch off, the courtesy lamp will
come on. It will go off automatically after
a short time to prevent the vehicle battery
from discharging. To switch it back on,
switch on the ignition for a short time.
Direction indicator
2
Reading lamps
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CHANGING A BULB
1
WARNINGS
Switch the lights and the ignition off.
Let the bulb cool down before
removing it.
CAUTIONS
Do not touch the glass of the bulb.
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1.
Turn the bulb holder anti-clockwise
and remove it.
2. Gently press the bulb into the bulb
holder, turn it anti-clockwise and
remove it.
Only fit bulbs of the correct
specification. See Bulb
Specification Chart (page 46).
Note: When replacing a bulb, clean the
headlamp lens with a damp cloth to avoid
any electrostatic charging, which attracts
dust to the plastic lens.
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Lighting
Side lamp
Headlamp main and dipped beam
1
1
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Note: When installing the cover, make sure
the arrow faces up.
Note: When installing the cover, make sure
the arrow faces up.
1.
1.
Turn the cover anti-clockwise and
remove it.
Turn the cover anti-clockwise and
remove it.
3
2
2
E76062
2. Disconnect the electrical connector.
3. Release the clip and remove the bulb.
3
E76061
2. Remove the bulb and the bulb holder.
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Lighting
Front fog lamps
3. Remove the bulb.
Side repeaters
2
1
3
1
2
E76063
1. Carefully remove the side repeater.
2. Hold the bulb holder, turn the housing
anti-clockwise and remove it.
3. Remove the bulb.
E76064
Note: You cannot separate the fog lamp
bulb from the bulb holder.
Note: You can access the lamp from behind
the front bumper.
1. Disconnect the electrical connector.
2. Turn the bulb holder anti-clockwise
and remove it.
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Lighting
Rear lamps
2. Remove the rear lamp and unclip the
bulb holder.
3. Gently press the bulb into the bulb
holder, turn it anti-clockwise and
remove it.
2
2
Central high mounted brake lamp
1
3
E76065
A
2
1
B
C
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1. Remove the screws.
2. Remove the lamp.
3. Remove the bulb.
D
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1.
A
Tail and brake lamp
B
Direction indicator
C
Reversing lamp
D
Fog lamp
Remove the wing nuts.
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Lighting
Number plate lamp
Interior lamp
Vehicles with double rear doors
Front
1
2
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1
1. Remove the lens.
2. Remove the bulb.
2
E76068
Rear
Vehicles with a tailgate
2
2
2
1
E76070
1
1. Carefully prise out the lamp.
2. Remove the bulb.
1
Reading lamps
E71075
1. Open the lens.
2. Gently press the bulb into the bulb
holder, turn it anti-clockwise and
remove it.
2
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45
2
1
Lighting
1.
Carefully prise out the lamp.
2. Remove the bulb.
BULB SPECIFICATION CHART
Lamp
Specification
Power (watt)
Headlamp main and dipped beam
H4
55/60
Front fog lamp
H11
55
PY21W
21
Front direction indicator
W5W
5
Side repeater
Side lamp
WY5W
5
Brake and tail lamp
P21/5W
21/5
W16W
16
Central high mounted brake lamp
PY21W LL
21
Rear fog lamp
Rear direction indicator
P21W
21
Number plate lamp (vehicles with a
tailgate)
R10W
10
Number plate lamp (vehicles with
double rear doors)
W5W
5
Reversing lamp
P21W
21
Interior lamp
Festoon
10
Reading lamp
H6W
6
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Windows and Mirrors
Manual folding mirrors
POWER WINDOWS
Folding
WARNING
Push the mirror towards the door window
glass.
Do not operate the electric windows
unless they are free from obstruction.
Unfolding
Note: If you operate the switches often
during a short period of time, the system
might become inoperable for a certain time
to prevent damage due to overheating.
Make sure that you fully engage the mirror
in its support when returning it to its
original position.
ELECTRIC EXTERIOR
MIRRORS
B
C
A
E93505
Switch on the ignition to operate the
electric windows.
E71280
To open the driver’s window
automatically
A
Left-hand mirror
B
Off
Press the switch to the second action point
and release it. Press it again to stop the
window.
C
Right-hand mirror
EXTERIOR MIRRORS
WARNING
Do not overestimate the distance of
the objects that you see in the
convex mirror. Objects seen in
convex mirrors will appear smaller and
further away than they actually are.
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Windows and Mirrors
The electric exterior mirrors are fitted with
a heating element that will defrost or
demist the mirror glass. See Climate
Control (page 62).
The auto-dimming mirror will adjust
automatically when hit by glaring light
from behind. It will not work when you have
selected reverse gear.
REAR QUARTER WINDOWS
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Pull the lever outwards to open the
window. Press the lever in the middle to
engage it in its catch. Pull the lever in the
middle to close the window. Push it
backwards until it engages in its catch.
AUTO-DIMMING MIRROR
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Instrument Cluster
GAUGES
Type 1
A
C
B
G
F
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A
Tachometer
B
Engine coolant temperature gauge
C
Fuel gauge
D
Speedometer
E
Clock set button
F
Information display
G
Tripmeter reset button
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D
E
Instrument Cluster
Type 2
A
C
B
F
D
E
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A
Tachometer
B
Engine coolant temperature gauge
C
Fuel gauge
D
Speedometer
E
Information display
F
Message indicator
CAUTION
Engine coolant temperature gauge
Do not restart the engine until the
cause of overheating has been
resolved.
All vehicles
Shows the temperature of the engine
coolant. At normal operating temperature,
the needle will remain in the centre section.
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Instrument Cluster
ABS warning lamp
If the needle enters the red section, the
engine is overheating. Stop the engine,
switch the ignition off and determine the
cause once the engine has cooled down.
If a warning or indicator lamp
does not illuminate when the
ignition is switched on, this
indicates a malfunction. Have the system
checked by properly trained technician.
Vehicles with an information display
In addition, a warning message will appear
in the display.
Airbag warning lamp
Fuel gauge
If it illuminates when driving, this
indicates a malfunction. Have
the system checked by a
properly trained technician.
The arrow adjacent to the fuel pump
symbol tells you on which side of your
vehicle the fuel filler cap is located.
Brake system warning lamp
WARNING LAMPS AND
INDICATORS
It illuminates when the parking
brake is engaged.
The following warning lamps and
indicators will come on briefly when you
switch the ignition on to confirm that the
system is operational:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
WARNING
Reduce your speed gradually and
stop your vehicle as soon as it is safe
to do so. Use your brakes with care.
ABS
Airbag
Brake system
Engine
Engine immobiliser
Ignition
Low fuel level
Oil pressure
Service interval
Shift
Stability control (ESP) and traction
control
Water-in-fuel
If it illuminates when you are driving, check
that the parking brake is not engaged. If
the parking brake is not engaged, this
indicates a malfunction. Have the system
checked by a properly trained technician
immediately.
Direction indicator
Flashes during operation. A
sudden increase in the rate of
flashing warns of a failed
indicator bulb. See Changing a Bulb
(page 41).
If a warning or indicator lamp does not
illuminate when the ignition is switched
on, this indicates a malfunction. Have the
system checked by a properly trained
technician.
Door open warning lamp
It will illuminate when you switch
the ignition on if you have not
closed the doors, the bonnet or
tailgate properly.
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Instrument Cluster
Headlamp indicator
Engine warning lamps
It will illuminate when you switch
the headlamp dipped beam or
the side and tail lamps on.
Malfunction indicator lamp
Powertrain warning lamp
Ignition warning lamp
All vehicles
If the charging system drive belt on
the diesel engines is loose, torn or
broken, the servo assistance for the
braking system also no longer operates.
WARNING
If either lamp illuminates when the engine
is running, this indicates a fault. The engine
will continue to run but it may have limited
power. If it flashes when you are driving,
reduce the speed of your vehicle
immediately. If it continues to flash, avoid
heavy acceleration or deceleration. Have
the system checked by a properly trained
technician immediately.
If it illuminates whilst driving, this
indicates a malfunction. Switch
off all unnecessary electrical
equipment. Have the system checked by
a properly trained technician immediately.
Low fuel level warning lamp
WARNING
If it illuminates, refuel as soon as
possible.
Have this checked immediately.
The arrow adjacent to the fuel pump
symbol tells you on which side of your
vehicle the fuel filler cap is located.
If both lamps illuminate together, stop
your vehicle as soon as it is safe to do
so (continued use may cause reduced
power and cause the engine to stop). Turn
the ignition off and attempt to restart the
engine. If the engine restarts have the
system checked by a properly trained
technician immediately. If the engine does
not restart the vehicle must be checked
before continuing your journey.
Main beam indicator
Illuminates when you switch the
headlamp main beam on. It will
flash when you use the
headlamp flasher.
Message indicator
Front fog lamp indicator
It will illuminate when a new message is
stored in the information display. See
Information Messages (page 59).
It will illuminate when you switch
the front fog lamps on.
Glow plug indicator
See Starting a Diesel Engine
(page 80).
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Instrument Cluster
Shift indicator
Oil pressure warning lamp
It will illuminate for a short
period of time to inform you that
shifting to a higher gear may give
better fuel economy and lower CO2
emissions. It will not illuminate during
periods of high acceleration, braking or
when the clutch pedal is pressed.
CAUTION
Do not resume your journey if the oil
pressure warning lamp comes on
despite the oil level being correct.
Have the system checked by a properly
trained technician immediately.
If the lamp stays on after starting
or illuminates during a journey,
this indicates a malfunction.
Stop your vehicle as soon as it is safe to
do so and switch the engine off. Check the
engine oil level. See Engine Oil Check
(page 108). Top up straight away if the level
is low.
Stability control (ESP) and
traction control warning lamp
Note: If either the ESP system or traction
control system malfunctions, the respective
system will switch off automatically.
It will flash when either system
is operating. If it does not flash
or it comes on when you are
driving, this indicates a malfunction. Have
the system checked by a properly trained
technician immediately.
Rear fog lamp indicator
It will illuminate when you switch
the rear fog lamps on.
If you switch ESP off, the warning lamp will
come on. The lamp will go out when you
switch the system back on or when you
switch the ignition off.
Service interval indicator
It will illuminate when a service
is due or there is excessive soot
or sludge in the oil. Have the
engine oil changed as soon as possible.
Water-in-fuel indicator
Vehicles with a diesel engine
Your dealer will switch the service interval
indicator lamp off for you after completing
the service.
It will illuminate if there is excess
water in the fuel filter. Have the
system checked by a properly
trained technician immediately.
Seat belt reminder
See Seat belt reminder (page
19).
AUDIBLE WARNINGS AND
INDICATORS
Door open
A warning tone will sound if the vehicle
exceeds a relatively low speed and you
have not closed the doors or the bonnet
properly.
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Instrument Cluster
Frost
WARNING
Even if the temperature rises to
above +4ºC there is no guarantee
that the road is free of hazards
caused by inclement weather.
A warning chime will sound in the following
conditions:
• +4ºC or lower: frost warning
• 0ºC or lower: danger of icy roads
Lights on
A warning tone will sound if the driver's
door is opened when the lights are on and
the ignition is switched off.
Low fuel
A warning chime will sound at the
following ranges: 80 km (50 miles), 40 km
(25 miles), 20 km (12 miles), 0 km (0
miles).
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Information Displays
•
GENERAL INFORMATION
•
WARNING
Do not operate the information
display controls when the vehicle is
moving.
to scroll through the trip computer
displays
to scroll through and highlight the
options within a menu.
Note: The information display will remain
on for several minutes after you switch off
the ignition.
Various systems on your vehicle can be
controlled using the multi-function lever
on the steering column. Corresponding
information is displayed in the information
display.
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Press the SET/RESET button to:
Controls
•
•
•
•
•
enter the main menu from the trip
computer displays
enter a sub-menu
exit a menu
choose and confirm a setting
reset trip computer function.
Note: If the chimes are activated, a short
tone will sound each time the button is
pressed.
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Use the rotary control:
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Information Displays
Menu structure
ESP
Clock Setting
Vehicle Settings
Remote unlocking
Approach lights
Lane change indicators
Radio display
Hazards on heavy braking
Chimes
Hill start
Select Language
Press Set to Exit
Menu Exit
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ENGLISH MLS
ENGLISH KM
DEUTSCH
ITALIANO
FRANCAIS
ESPAÑOL
TÜRKÇE
РУССКИЙ
NEDERLANDS
POLSKI
SVENSKA
PORTUGUES
Information Displays
1.
Press the clock set button until the
time flashes in the display.
2. Press the clock set button to set the
time.
TRIP COMPUTER
Type 1 information display
Type 2 information display
A
B
A
C
B
C
D
E
D
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A
Distance to empty or clock
E
B
Tripmeter
C
Odometer
D
Clock set button
A
Clock, radio station or CD track
E
Trip meter reset button
B
Outside air temperature
C
Tripmeter
D
Odometer
E
Message indicator
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Setting the time
You can change the settings of various
functions through the information display.
The information display also provides
information messages. See Information
Messages (page 59).
Odometer
Registers the total mileage of the vehicle.
Tripmeter
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Registers the mileage of individual
journeys.
Note: You can only set the time through the
audio unit on some vehicles. See separate
handbook.
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Information Displays
Distance to empty
Note: The position of the trip computer
display may vary depending on the
information shown in the display.
Indicates the approximate distance the
vehicle will travel on the fuel remaining in
the tank. Changes in driving pattern may
cause the value to vary.
PERSONALISED SETTINGS
Average fuel consumption
1.
Use the rotary control to enter the main
menu.
2. Press the SET/RESET button to
choose a sub-menu and adjust the
settings.
Indicates the average fuel consumption
since the function was last reset.
Average speed
ESP
Indicates the average speed calculated
since the function was last reset.
Outside air temperature
Select this option to activate or deactivate
ESP.
Shows the outside air temperature.
1.
Menu
2.
Enters the main menu. See General
Information (page 55).
3.
The trip computer includes the following
information displays:
4.
5.
123456 Mls
Use the rotary control to enter the main
menu.
Highlight ESP and press the
SET/RESET button.
Use the SET/RESET button to
highlight the desired setting.
Use the rotary control to return to
Menu Exit.
Press the SET/RESET button to exit
the menu.
Clock setting
1.
Dist to empty
2.
Average speed
3.
Average fuel
4.
Vehicle Settings:
Press set to exit
5.
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6.
Use the rotary control to scroll through the
trip computer displays.
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Use the rotary control to enter the main
menu.
Highlight Clock setting and press the
SET/RESET button.
Highlight Clock setting and press the
SET/RESET button. The hours start
to flash.
Use the rotary control to adjust the
hours to the desired setting.
Press the SET/RESET button to
confirm the setting. The minutes start
to flash.
Proceed in the same way to set the
minutes and the date.
Information Displays
7.
Press the SET/RESET button to
confirm the setting.
8. Press the SET/RESET button to exit
the menu.
INFORMATION MESSAGES
Vehicle settings
Language settings, chimes, approach
lights, lane change indicators, radio
display, hazards on heavy braking,
remote unlocking, hill start.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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Use the rotary control to enter the main
menu.
Highlight Vehicle Settings and press
the SET/RESET button.
Highlight the desired menu and press
the SET/RESET button.
Highlight the desired setting and press
the SET/RESET button to confirm the
setting.
Use the rotary control to return to
Vehicle Settings.
Press the SET/RESET button twice
to exit the menus.
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Press the SET/RESET button to
acknowledge and remove some messages
from the information display. Other
messages will be removed automatically
after a short time.
Certain messages need to be confirmed
before you can access the menus.
Message indicator
The message indicator illuminates to
supplement some messages. It will be red
or amber depending on the severity of the
message and will remain on until the cause
of the message has been rectified.
Doors open
Message
Driver door open
Warning lamp
System
Red
Locks. Vehicle is moving. Stop the
vehicle as soon as safely possible
and close.
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Information Displays
Message
Warning lamp
System
Passenger door open
Red
Locks. Vehicle is moving. Stop the
vehicle as soon as safely possible
and close.
Bonnet open
Red
Locks. Vehicle is moving. Stop the
vehicle as soon as safely possible
and close.
Sliding doors open
Red
Locks. Vehicle is moving. Stop the
vehicle as soon as safely possible
and close.
Rear door open
Red
Locks. Vehicle is moving. Stop the
vehicle as soon as safely possible
and close.
Warning lamp
System
Hill start assist
Message
Please use parkbrake
red
Hill start assist active
amber
Hill start assist active. See Hill
Start Assist (page 89).
Hill start assist off
amber
Hill start assist disabled. See Hill
Start Assist (page 89).
Hill start assist not available
amber
Hill start assist not available. See
Hill Start Assist (page 89).
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Apply the parking brake.
Information Displays
Lighting
Message
Warning lamp
System
Left indicator bulb failure
amber
A left-hand side indicator bulb has
failed. See Changing a Bulb
(page 41).
Right indicator bulb failure
amber
A right-hand side indicator bulb
has failed. See Changing a Bulb
(page 41).
Auto lamp / wiper failure
amber
Autolamps or autowipers have
malfunctioned. Have the system
checked by a properly trained
technician as soon as possible.
Warning lamp
System
Maintenance
Message
High engine temperature
Engine malfunction
Remote key battery low
red
Cooling system.
red
Engine. Stop the vehicle as soon
as safely possible and switch off
the engine immediately. Have the
system checked by a properly
trained technician immediately.
amber
The remote control battery is low.
Have this checked as soon as
possible.
Stability control (ESP)
Message
ESP malfunction
Warning lamp
System
amber
Stability control (ESP). Have your
vehicle checked by a properly
trained technician.
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Climate Control
The fresh air filter removes most
potentially harmful particles such as
pollen, industrial fallout and road dust
from the air entering the vehicle’s interior.
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
Outside air
Keep the air intakes forward of the
windscreen free from obstruction (snow,
leaves etc.) to allow the climate control
system to function effectively.
AIR VENTS
Recirculated air
CAUTION
Prolonged use of recirculated air may
cause the windows to mist up. If the
windows mist up, follow the settings
for defrosting and demisting the
windscreen.
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HEATED WINDOWS AND
MIRRORS
The air currently in the passenger
compartment will be recirculated. Outside
air will not enter the vehicle.
Heated windows
Heating
Use the heated windows to defrost or
demist the windscreen or rear window.
Heating performance depends on the
temperature of the engine coolant.
Note: The heated windscreen operates only
when the engine is running.
Air conditioning
Heated windscreen
Note: The air conditioning operates only
when the temperature is above 4°C.
Note: If you use the air conditioning, the
fuel consumption of your vehicle will be
higher.
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Heated rear window
Air is directed through the evaporator
where it is cooled. Humidity is extracted
from the air to help keep the windows free
of mist. The resulting condensation is
directed to the outside of the vehicle and
it is therefore normal if you see a small
pool of water under your vehicle.
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The indicator in the switch will illuminate
when the system is on.
Press the switch again to switch off. It will
switch off automatically after a short time.
Fresh air filter
CAUTION
Switch off the blower when using an
automatic car wash.
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Climate Control
Temperature control
Heated exterior mirrors
Electric exterior mirrors are fitted with a
heating element that will defrost or demist
the mirror glass. They will switch on
automatically when you switch the heated
rear window on.
MANUAL CLIMATE CONTROL
Blower
Note: If you switch the blower off, the
windscreen may mist up.
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A
Air distribution control
Note: A small amount of air is always
directed towards the windscreen.
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A
Off
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Climate Control
B
C
Rapid heating of vehicle interior
D
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Ventilation
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E
A
Set the air distribution control to position
A or B. Set the blower to any position.
Open the air vents to suit individual
requirements.
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A
Face level
B
Face level and footwell
C
Footwell
D
Footwell and windscreen
E
Windscreen
Defrosting and demisting the
windscreen
Note: Recirculated air is switched off
automatically.
Recirculated air
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E74664
Press the button to toggle between outside
air and recirculated air.
If necessary, switch the heated windows
on. See Heated Windows and Mirrors
(page 62).
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Climate Control
Air conditioning
Defrosting and demisting the
windscreen
Switching the air conditioning on and
off
Note: For the air conditioning to operate
the engine must be running.
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Press the A/C switch to turn the air
conditioning on and off. The indicator in
the switch will come on when the air
conditioning is operating.
Set the air distribution control to position
E and select outside air.
When the temperature is above 4 °C, the
air conditioning will switch on
automatically. Make sure the blower is on.
If you turn the blower off, the air
conditioning will turn off. When you turn
the blower on again, the air conditioning
will come on automatically.
If you move the air distribution control to
a position other than E, the A/C will return
to its previous setting.
Cooling with outside air
You can not switch the air conditioning and
recirculated air on and off while the air
distribution control is set to position E.
If necessary, switch the heated windows
on. See Heated Windows and Mirrors
(page 62).
Reducing interior air humidity
E74667
Switch the air conditioning on.
Cooling the interior quickly
E74669
Set the air distribution control to position
D and switch on the air conditioning.
E74668
Switch on the air conditioning and
recirculated air.
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Climate Control
•
AUXILIARY HEATER
General information
WARNINGS
Do not operate the programmable
fuel fired heater at filling stations,
near sources of combustible vapours
or dust or in enclosed spaces.
•
The programmable fuel fired heater
operates independently of the vehicle
heater by heating the engine’s coolant
circuit. It is fed from the vehicle fuel tank.
It may also be used while the vehicle is in
motion to help the vehicle heater warm up
the interior more quickly.
Do not refuel when the
programmable fuel fired heater
display is on.
Note: The programmable fuel fired heater
will switch off automatically when the
battery voltage is low.
It is possible that when the programmable
fuel fired heater is activated, exhaust
fumes may come from under the sides of
the vehicle. This is normal.
Note: All symbols on the display will flash
if the power to the programmable fuel fired
heater has been interrupted. The heater will
not operate under these circumstances.
Re-set the clock time.
Principle of operation
Note: The programmable fuel fired heater
will shut down in the event of a malfunction.
Have the system checked by an expert.
Before operation
CAUTION
Observe the following information:
•
•
•
Programmable blower operation
begins when the coolant reaches a
certain temperature. In this mode,
ambient temperature has no effect.
In continuous heater operation, the unit
senses the ambient temperature. If this
is above 5°C (41°F) the programmable
fuel fired heater heater will not
activate.
Turning the blower switch to a
position other than position one will
reduce battery life or even flatten the
battery.
Switch the programmable fuel fired
heater on for approximately 10 minutes
at least once a month, all year round.
This prevents the water pump and
heater motor from seizing.
To avoid corrosion, make sure the
coolant in your vehicle contains at least
10 % antifreeze all year round.
Make sure the coolant level is between
the MAX and MIN marks on the
reservoir to prevent air locks. See
Engine Coolant Check (page 109).
Before activating or programming the
heater, prepare the following settings:
•
Set the vehicle heater temperature
control to maximum.
•
•
Turn the blower switch to position one.
Switch on the recirculated air before
turning the ignition off. Wait at least
five seconds for the ventilation system
to close the outside air vents.
Open all the cabin air vents.
•
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Climate Control
Setting the clock time
A
Note: The heating duration for pre-set
times and the timed heating mode can be
set between 10 and 120 minutes.
B
Press and hold button A for more than
three seconds, until the time flashes in the
display. Wait for five seconds until the
heating symbol appears and the heating
time flashes.
Press buttons B and D to adjust the
heating duration.
After setting the heating duration, press
button A. The display will show the clock
time with the colon flashing.
D
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Switching off the heater
Press the heating symbol button. The
heater will operate for an additional three
minutes, and then stop. The display will
then show the clock time.
Press and hold button A for more than
three seconds, until the time flashes in the
display. Within five seconds, press buttons
B and D to set the time. To adjust the time
rapidly, press and hold the respective
button.
Timed heating mode
Setting the heating duration
A
C
B
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E71348
D
The heater may be switched on to heat for
the pre-set duration at any time. Press
button C. The display will light up and
show the remaining heating time and the
heating symbol.
CAUTION
The recommended setting is 30
minutes. Longer durations will reduce
battery life or even flatten the battery.
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Climate Control
Programming the pre-set heating start
times
Continuous heater operation
B
C
A
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WARNING
B
D
Press button A repeatedly, until the symbol
(1, 2 or 3) for the desired pre-set time is
displayed. Press buttons B and D to set
the time. To adjust the time rapidly, press
and hold the respective button.
The heater will continue to operate
after the ignition is switched off.
Switch the heater off to avoid
unnecessary heating.
After programming the pre-set start times
press button A. The display will show the
clock time with the colon flashing.
Press and hold button B. Press button C.
The heater will now operate until button
C is pressed again. The display will light up
and show the clock time and the heating
symbol.
Activating and deactivating pre-set
start times
Programmable heating mode
A
The heater will come on automatically at
the activated pre-set start time, and will
stay on for the programmed duration. The
display will light up and show the
remaining heating duration and the heating
symbol.
You can program up to three different
pre-set start times.
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C
Climate Control
Press button A repeatedly, until the symbol
(1, 2 or 3) for the desired pre-set time is
displayed. Press button C. The ON symbol
will appear in the display. To deactivate a
pre-set time, press button C again.
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Seats
•
SITTING IN THE CORRECT
POSITION
•
bend your legs slightly so that you can
press the pedals fully.
position the shoulder strap of the seat
belt over the centre of your shoulder
and position the lap strap tightly across
your hips.
Make sure that your driving position is
comfortable and that you can maintain full
control of your vehicle.
FRONT SEATS
WARNING
Do not adjust the seats while the
vehicle is moving.
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WARNINGS
Do not adjust the seats when the
vehicle is moving.
Moving the seats backwards and
forwards
Only when you use the seat belt
properly, can it hold you in a position
that allows the airbag to achieve its
optimum effect.
When you use them properly, the seat,
head restraint, seat belt and airbags will
provide optimum protection in the event
of a collision. We recommend that you:
•
•
•
•
•
2
2
sit in an upright position with the base
of your spine as far back as possible.
do not recline the seatback more than
30 degrees.
adjust the head restraint so that the
top of it is level with the top of your
head and as far forwards as possible,
remaining comfortable.
keep sufficient distance between
yourself and the steering wheel. We
recommend a minimum of 250
millimetres (10 inches) between your
breastbone and the airbag cover.
hold the steering wheel with your arms
slightly bent.
1
E74816
WARNING
Rock the seat backwards and
forwards after releasing the lever to
make sure that it is fully engaged in
its catch.
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Seats
Adjusting the lumbar support
E80778
Adjusting the angle of the
seatback
E74817
Adjusting the height of the seat
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Seats
Adjusting the armrest
Transit Connect
1
E74820
Folding the front passenger seat
WARNINGS
Make sure that the seats and the
seatbacks are secure and fully
engaged in their catches.
E74821
Do not place objects on the seatback
when the vehicle is moving.
2
3
4
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Seats
6
5
E74823
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Pull the release strap and fold the seat
cushion forwards.
Fold the head restraint forwards.
Pull the release lever.
Fold the seatback forwards.
Pull the release lever.
Push the seatback down.
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Adjusting the head restraint
WARNING
HEAD RESTRAINTS
Raise rear head restraint when the
rear seat is occupied by a passenger
or a child restraint.
Adjust the head restraint so that the top
of it is level with the top of your head.
Removing the head restraint
Press the locking buttons and remove the
head restraint.
REAR SEATS
WARNINGS
Do not use the bench seats as a bed
when the vehicle is moving.
E75767
Make sure that the seats and the
seatbacks are secure and fully
engaged in their catches.
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Seats
Third row
WARNINGS
Make sure the red indicator is not
showing when you engage the seat
rear legs and the third row seatback
catches.
2
Do not place objects on a folded
seat.
Do not pull on the second row seat
when the entire seat is folded
forwards.
1
Folding a single seatback forwards
Second row
E74830
Folding the entire seat forwards
Second row
1
2
2
1
4
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3
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Seats
5
6
4
4
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5
1. Fully lower the head restraints.
2. Pull the levers on the side of the
seatback.
3. Fold the seatback forwards.
4. Pull the locking levers up.
5. Fold the seat forwards.
E74833
1. Remove the centre head restraint.
2. Fully lower the outer head restraints.
3. Pull the levers on the side of the
seatback.
4. Fold the seatback forwards.
5. Pull the release straps down.
6. Fold the seat forwards.
Returning the seat to the upright
position
WARNING
Third row
When folding the seatbacks up,
make sure that the belts are visible
to an occupant and not caught
behind the seat.
Second row
3
1
2
1
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Seats
1.
2.
3.
4.
Pull the locking levers down.
Fold the seat down.
Raise the seatback.
Install the centre head restraint.
Third row
2
1
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E74849
The seat heating will operate only when
the ignition is switched on.
1. Push the release levers down.
2. Fold the seat down.
3. Raise the seatback.
The maximum temperature is reached
after five or six minutes. It is regulated
thermostatically.
The seat heating will remain on until either
the heated seat switch or the ignition is
turned off.
HEATED SEATS
CAUTION
Operating this function with the
engine off will drain the battery.
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Convenience features
When connecting appliances, use only
specified connectors from the Ford
Accessory range or connectors for use with
SAE standard sockets.
INSTRUMENT LIGHTING
DIMMER
AUXILIARY POWER POINTS
CAUTION
If you use the socket when the engine
is not running, the battery may
discharge.
Note: You can use the socket to power 12
volt appliances that have a maximum
current rating of 10 Amperes. Use only Ford
accessory connectors or connectors
specified for use with SAE standard sockets.
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CIGAR LIGHTER
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WARNING
E116341
Never hold the lighter in as this will
result in damage. Always remove the
lighter as a precaution when children
are left alone in the vehicle.
To use the lighter, press it in and wait until
it pops out automatically. The lighter will
also operate when the ignition is switched
off.
Other appliances can be connected to the
cigar lighter power point.
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Convenience features
CUP HOLDERS
WARNING
Do not place hot drinks in the cup
holders when the vehicle is moving.
Seat back trays
WARNING
Do not use the trays when the vehicle
is moving. Make sure that you secure
the trays in the lowered position
before setting off.
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Seat storage
2
E74685
E72630
1
MAP POCKETS
STORAGE COMPARTMENTS
Overhead storage compartment
WARNING
Do not place heavy objects in the
overhead storage compartment.
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Convenience features
E80718
AUXILIARY INPUT (AUX IN)
SOCKET
E115675
See separate audio instructions.
FLOOR MATS
WARNING
When using the floor mats, always
make sure the floor mat is properly
secured using the appropriate fixings
and positioned so that it does not interfere
with the operation of the pedals.
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Starting and Stopping the Engine
II The ignition is switched on. All electrical
circuits are operational. Warning lamps
and indicators illuminate. This is the key
position when driving. You must also select
it when being towed.
GENERAL INFORMATION
General points on starting
If the battery has been disconnected the
vehicle may exhibit some unusual driving
characteristics for approx. 8 kilometres (5
miles) after reconnecting the battery.
III The starter motor is activated. Release
the key as soon as the engine starts.
This is because the engine management
system must realign itself with the engine.
Any unusual driving characteristics during
this period may be disregarded.
STARTING A DIESEL ENGINE
Starting the engine by towing or
pushing
Note: When the temperature is below -15ºC
(5ºF), you may need to crank the engine for
up to 25 seconds. If you consistently operate
the vehicle in such temperatures, we
recommend that you have an engine block
heater fitted.
Cold or hot engine
WARNING
To prevent damage you must not
push or tow start your vehicle. Use
booster cables and a booster battery.
See Jump-Starting the Vehicle (page
114).
Note: Continue cranking the engine until it
starts.
Note: You can only operate the starter for
a maximum of 30 seconds at a time.
IGNITION SWITCH
Switch the ignition on and wait
until the glow plug indicator goes
off.
WARNING
Note: Do not touch the accelerator pedal.
Never return the key to position 0 or
I when the vehicle is in motion.
1. Fully depress the clutch pedal.
2. Start the engine.
SWITCHING OFF THE ENGINE
Vehicles with a turbocharger
CAUTION
Do not switch the engine off when it
is running at high speed. If you do, the
turbocharger will continue running
after the engine oil pressure has dropped
to zero. This will lead to premature
turbocharger bearing wear.
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0 The ignition is off.
I The ignition and all main electrical circuits
are disabled.
Note: Do not leave the ignition key in this
position for too long to avoid discharging
the battery.
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Starting and Stopping the Engine
Release the accelerator pedal. Wait until
the engine has reached idle speed and then
switch it off.
•
•
DIESEL PARTICULATE FILTER
The DPF forms part of the emissions
reduction systems fitted to your vehicle. It
filters harmful diesel particulates (soot)
from the exhaust gas.
•
•
Regeneration
WARNING
Do not park or idle your vehicle over
dry leaves, dry grass or other
combustible materials. The DPF
regeneration process creates very high
exhaust gas temperatures and the exhaust
will radiate a considerable amount of heat
during and after DPF regeneration, and
after you have switched the engine off.
This is a potential fire hazard.
CAUTION
Avoid running out of fuel.
Note: After you have switched your engine
off the fans may continue to run for a short
period of time.
Unlike a normal filter which requires
periodic replacement, the DPF has been
designed to regenerate, or clean itself to
maintain operating efficiency. The
regeneration process takes place
automatically. However, some driving
conditions mean that you may need to
support the regeneration process.
If you drive only short distances or your
journeys contain frequent stopping and
starting, where there is increased
acceleration and deceleration, occasional
trips with the following conditions will
assist the regeneration process:
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Drive your vehicle at a constant speed,
preferably on a main road or motorway,
for up to 20 minutes.
Avoid prolonged idling and always
observe speed limits and road
conditions.
Do not switch off the ignition.
Use a lower gear than normal to
maintain a higher engine speed during
this journey, where appropriate.
Fuel and Refuelling
Long-term storage
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Most diesel fuels contain bio-diesel, it is
recommended to fill the tank with purely
mineral diesel (where available) or add an
anti-oxidant prior to long-term storage of
your vehicle exceeding two months. Your
dealer can help you with a suitable
anti-oxidant.
WARNINGS
Stop refuelling after the fuel nozzle
stops the second time. Additional
fuel will fill the expansion space in
the fuel tank which could lead to fuel
overflowing. Fuel spillage could be
hazardous to other road users.
Do not use any kind of flames or heat
near the fuel system. The fuel system
is under pressure. There is a risk of
injury if the fuel system is leaking.
CATALYTIC CONVERTER
WARNING
Do not park or idle your vehicle over
dry leaves, dry grass or other
combustible materials. The exhaust
will radiate a considerable amount of heat
during use, and after you have switched
the engine off. This is a potential fire
hazard.
FUEL QUALITY - DIESEL
WARNING
Do not mix diesel with oil, petrol or
other liquids. This could cause a
chemical reaction.
Driving with a catalytic converter
CAUTIONS
Do not add kerosene, paraffin or
petrol to diesel. This could cause
damage to the fuel system.
CAUTIONS
Avoid running out of fuel.
Do not crank the engine for long
periods.
Use diesel that meets the
specification defined by EN 590, or
the relevant national specification.
Do not run the engine when a spark
plug lead is disconnected.
Note: We recommend that you use only
high quality fuel.
Do not push-start or tow-start your
vehicle. Use booster cables. See
Jump-Starting the Vehicle (page
Note: The use of additives or other engine
treatments not approved by Ford is not
recommended.
114).
Do not switch the ignition off when
driving.
Note: We do not recommend the prolonged
use of additives intended to prevent fuel
waxing.
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Fuel and Refuelling
FUEL FILLER FLAP
Tourneo Connect
All vehicles
Note: The sliding door is inhibited from
opening fully when the fuel filler flap is
unlocked and open.
WARNINGS
Take care when refuelling to avoid
spilling any residual fuel from the fuel
pipe nozzle.
REFUELLING
CAUTION
We recommend that you wait at
least 10 seconds before removing the
fuel pipe nozzle to allow any residual
fuel to drain into the fuel tank.
Do not attempt to start the engine if
you have filled the fuel tank with the
incorrect fuel. This could damage the
engine. Have the system checked by a
properly trained technician immediately.
Note: When you remove the filler cap, a
hissing noise may be heard. This is normal
and should be disregarded.
FUEL CONSUMPTION
The CO2 and fuel consumption figures are
derived from laboratory tests according to
EEC Directive 80/1268/EEC and
subsequent amendments and are carried
out by all vehicle manufacturers.
A
They are intended as a comparison
between makes and models of vehicles.
They are not intended to represent the real
world fuel consumption you may get from
your vehicle. Real world fuel consumption
is governed by many factors including;
driving style, high speed driving, stop/start
driving, air conditioning usage, the
accessories fitted and towing etc.
B
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A
Open
B
Close
Your Ford dealer can give you advice on
improving your fuel consumption.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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Fuel and Refuelling
Tourneo and Kombi Connect
Fuel Consumption Figures
Urban
Extra-Urban
Combined
CO2 Emissions
l/100 km
(mpg)
l/100 km
(mpg)
l/100 km
(mpg)
g/km
1.8 l Duratorq-TDCi Turbo
diesel (75 PS), Stage IV,
Axle ratio: 4.06
7.8 (36.2)
5.5 (51.4)
6.3 (44.8)
167
1.8 l Duratorq-TDCi Turbo
diesel (90 PS), Stage IV,
Axle ratio: 4.06
7.9 (35.8)
5.5 (51.4)
6.4 (44.1)
168
1.8 l Duratorq-TDCi Turbo
diesel (110 PS), Stage IV,
Axle ratio: 3.80
7.6 (37.2)
5.2 (54.3)
6.0 (47.1)
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Variant
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Transmission
MANUAL TRANSMISSION
CAUTION
Do not engage reverse gear when the
vehicle is moving. This can cause
damage to the transmission.
Note: Fully depress the clutch pedal and
wait for three seconds before you select first
gear.
Selecting reverse gear
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Brakes
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
PARKING BRAKE
Disc brakes
Applying the parking brake
Wet brake discs result in reduced braking
efficiency. Dab the brake pedal when
driving from a car wash to remove the film
of water.
ABS
WARNING
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The ABS does not relieve you of your
responsibility to drive with due care
and attention.
WARNING
Make sure that the parking brake is
applied before you release the lever.
The ABS helps you to maintain full steering
and directional stability when you brake
heavily in an emergency, by preventing the
road wheels from locking.
Note: Do not press the release button when
you apply the parking brake.
1. Press the brake pedal firmly.
2. Pull the parking brake lever upwards
to its fullest extent.
HINTS ON DRIVING WITH
ANTI-LOCK BRAKES
Parking on a hill
When the ABS is operating, the brake pedal
will pulse. This is normal. Maintain pressure
on the brake pedal.
If you have to park facing uphill, select first
gear and turn the front wheels away from
the kerb. If you have to park facing
downhill, select reverse gear and turn the
front wheels towards the kerb.
The ABS will not eliminate the dangers
inherent when:
• you drive too close to the vehicle in
front of you.
• the vehicle is aquaplaning.
• you take corners too fast.
• the road surface is poor.
Releasing the parking brake
1. Press the brake pedal firmly.
2. Pull the parking brake lever upwards
slightly, press the release button and
push the lever downwards.
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Stability Control
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
Stability control (ESP) warning lamp
Electronic stability programme
(ESP)
While driving, it flashes during activation
of the system. See Warning Lamps and
Indicators (page 51).
WARNING
Emergency brake assist
The system does not relieve you of
your responsibility to drive with due
care and attention.
WARNING
The system does not relieve you of
your responsibility to drive with due
care and attention.
The system will detect when you brake
heavily by measuring the rate at which you
press the brake pedal. It will provide
maximum braking efficiency as long as you
press the pedal. The system can reduce
stopping distances in critical situations.
B
B
USING STABILITY CONTROL
B
Note: The system will be switched on
automatically every time you switch the
ignition on.
A
A
B
A
To turn the system off and on. See
Personalised Settings (page 58).
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A
Without ESP
B
With ESP
The system supports stability when the
vehicle starts to slide away from your
intended path. This is performed by braking
individual wheels and reducing engine
torque as needed.
The system also provides an enhanced
traction control function by reducing
engine torque if the wheels spin when you
accelerate. This improves your ability to
pull away on slippery roads or loose
surfaces, and improves comfort by limiting
wheel spin in hairpin bends.
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Traction Control
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
The traction control system improves
traction when one wheel starts to spin at
vehicle speeds up to 40 km/h (25 mph). If
a wheel starts to spin, the traction control
system varies the pressure to the brake of
that wheel until is stops spinning.
USING TRACTION CONTROL
The traction control system is operational
when you switch the ignition on.
The traction control indicator will flash
when the system is operating. Slowly
accelerate until the spinning wheel regains
its traction.
The traction control system will stop
working temporarily if used excessively
within a short period of time. This is normal
and has no effect on the brake system.
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Hill Start Assist
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
You can activate the system only if the
following conditions have been met:
The system makes it easier to pull away
when the vehicle is on a slope without the
need to use the parking brake.
•
•
•
When the system is active, the vehicle will
remain stationary on the slope for a short
time after you release the brake pedal.
During this time, you have time to move
your foot from the brake to the accelerator
pedal and pull away. The brakes are
released automatically once the engine
has developed sufficient drive to prevent
the vehicle from rolling down the slope.
This is an advantage when pulling away
on a slope, for example from a car park
ramp, traffic lights or when reversing uphill
into a parking space.
The engine is running.
The parking brake is fully disengaged.
No failure mode is present.
To activate the system:
Make sure the system is enabled via the
trip control menu. See Information
Displays (page 55).
1.
Press the brake and clutch pedals to
bring the vehicle to a complete
standstill. Keep the brake and clutch
pedals depressed.
2. If the sensors detect that the vehicle is
on a slope the system will be activated
automatically and the green lamp will
illuminate in the instrument cluster.
3. When you remove your foot from the
brake pedal, the vehicle will remain on
the slope without rolling away for
approximately two to three seconds.
This hold time will automatically be
extended if you are in the process of
driving off.
4. Drive off in the normal manner. The
brakes will be released automatically.
WARNING
The system does not replace the
parking brake. When you leave the
vehicle, always apply the parking
brake and select first or reverse gear.
USING HILL START ASSIST
The system is activated automatically
when the vehicle is stopped on a slope
greater than 3%. The system operates with
the vehicle facing downhill if reverse gear
is selected and with the vehicle facing
uphill if any forward gear is selected.
WARNING
If the engine is revved excessively, or
if a malfunction is detected when the
system is active, the system will be
deactivated and the green lamp will go
out.
Activating the system
WARNINGS
You must remain in the vehicle once
you have activated the system.
Deactivating the system
To deactivate the system, perform one of
the following:
The system is active only if the green
lamp illuminates in the instrument
cluster. During all times you are
responsible for controlling the vehicle,
supervising the system and intervening, if
required.
•
•
•
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Apply the parking brake.
Drive off uphill without re-applying the
brake.
Wait for two to three seconds until the
system deactivates automatically.
Hill Start Assist
•
•
•
If the system is active in a forward gear,
select reverse gear.
If the system is active in neutral,
release the clutch pedal.
If the system is active in reverse gear,
select neutral.
The green lamp will go out.
Disabling the system
See Information Displays (page 55).
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Parking Aids
Note: The parking aid may emit false tones
if it detects a signal using the same
frequency as the sensors or if the vehicle is
fully laden.
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
WARNING
The parking aid does not relieve you
of your responsibility to drive with
due care and attention.
Note: The outer sensors may detect the
side walls of a garage. If the distance
between the outer sensor and the side wall
remains constant for three seconds, the
tone will switch off. As you continue, the
inner sensors will detect rearward objects.
CAUTIONS
Vehicles fitted with a trailer tow
module not approved by us may not
correctly detect obstacles.
USING THE PARKING AID
The sensors may not detect objects
in heavy rain or other conditions that
cause disruptive reflections.
WARNING
The parking aid does not relieve you
of your responsibility to drive with
due care and attention.
The sensors may not detect objects
with surfaces that absorb ultrasonic
waves.
The parking aid does not detect
obstacles moving away from the
vehicle. They will only be detected
shortly after they start to move towards
the vehicle again.
Take particular care when reversing
with a tow ball arm or rear fitted
accessories e.g. a bicycle carrier, as
the rear parking aid will only indicate the
distance from the bumper to the obstacle.
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The parking aid is automatically activated
when you select reverse gear with the
ignition switched on.
If you use a high pressure spray to
wash your vehicle, only spray the
sensors briefly from a distance not
less than 20 centimetres (8 inches).
You will hear an intermittent tone at a
distance of approximately 150 centimetres
(59 inches) between the obstacle and rear
bumper and approximately 50 centimetres
(20 inches) to the side. Decreasing the
distance accelerates the intermittent tone.
A continuous tone will start at a distance
of less than 30 centimetres (11 inches) to
the rear bumper.
Note: On vehicles fitted with a tow ball
arm, the parking aid is deactivated
automatically when any trailer lamps (or
lighting boards) are connected to the 13-pin
socket via a trailer tow module we have
approved.
Note: If a high pitch tone is heard for three
seconds, this indicates a malfunction. The
system will be disabled. Have the system
checked by a properly trained technician.
Note: Keep the sensors free from dirt, ice
and snow. Do not clean with sharp objects.
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Load Carrying
GENERAL INFORMATION
CAUTION
Do not exceed the maximum
permissible roof load of 100
kilogrammes (220 pounds) (including
the roof rack).
WARNINGS
Use load securing straps to an
approved standard, e.g. DIN.
Make sure that you secure all loose
items properly.
1
Place luggage and other loads as low
and as far forward as possible within
the luggage or loadspace.
Do not drive with the tailgate or rear
door open. Exhaust fumes may enter
the vehicle.
Do not exceed the maximum front
and rear axle loads for your vehicle.
See Vehicle identification (page
1
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123).
1
CAUTIONS
Do not allow items to contact the rear
windows.
Attachment points
Check the security of the roof rack and
tighten its fittings as follows:
• before starting
• after driving 50 kilometres (30 miles)
• at 1 000 kilometres (600 miles)
intervals.
Do not use any abrasive materials to
clean the interior of the rear windows.
Do not install stickers or labels to the
interior of the rear windows.
CARGO NETS
ROOF RACKS AND LOAD
CARRIERS
CAUTIONS
Do not exceed the maximum
permissible cargo net load of 9.5
kilogrammes.
Roof rack
WARNINGS
If you use a roof rack, the fuel
consumption of your vehicle will be
higher and you may experience
different driving characteristics.
Make sure that the telescopic bars are
securely positioned in the trim panels.
Read and follow the manufacturer’s
instructions when you are fitting a
roof rack.
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Load Carrying
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The 3 telescopic bars can be moved to
allow up to 5 cargo net positions.
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Towing
TOWING A TRAILER
WARNING
Do not exceed the maximum gross
train weight stated on the vehicle
identification plate. See Vehicle
identification (page 123).
CAUTION
Do not exceed the maximum
permissible nose weight, i.e. vertical
weight on the tow ball, of 75
kilogrammes (165 pounds).
Note: Not all vehicles are suitable or
approved to have tow bars fitted. Check
with your dealer first.
Place loads as low and central to the
axle(s) of the trailer as possible. If you are
towing with an unladen vehicle, the load
in the trailer should be placed toward the
nose, within the maximum nose load, as
this gives the best stability.
The stability of the vehicle to trailer
combination is very much dependant on
the quality of the trailer.
In high altitude regions above 1 000 metres
(3 281 feet), the stipulated maximum
permitted gross train weight must be
reduced by 10% for every additional 1 000
metres (3 281 feet).
Steep gradients
WARNING
The overrun brake on a trailer is not
controlled by ABS.
Change down a gear before you reach a
steep downhill gradient.
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Driving Hints
RUNNING-IN
Tyres
WARNING
New tyres need to be run-in for
approximately 500 kilometres (300
miles). During this time, you may
experience different driving characteristics.
Brakes and clutch
WARNING
Avoid heavy use of the brakes and
clutch if possible for the first 150
kilometres (100 miles) in town and
for the first 1500 kilometres (1000 miles)
on motorways.
Engine
CAUTION
Avoid driving too fast during the first
1500 kilometres (1000 miles). Vary
your speed frequently and change up
through the gears early. Do not labour the
engine.
COLD WEATHER
PRECAUTIONS
The functional operation of some
components and systems can be affected
at temperatures below -30°C (-22°F).
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Roadside Emergencies
FIRST AID KIT
Space is provided under the driver's seat.
WARNING TRIANGLE
Space is provided in the left-hand side wall
of the load area.
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Fuses
Central fuse box
FUSE BOX LOCATIONS
Left-hand drive
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A
B
A
Engine compartment fuse box
B
Central fuse box
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Engine compartment fuse box
1
2
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Right-hand drive
WARNING
Have MAXI fuses (Fuses 1–9 in the
auxiliary fuse box) replaced by a
properly trained technician.
To remove the lid, release the clip and the
hinge on the sides and lift the lid off. When
replacing the lid, press down on both sides
of the hinge (positions 1 and 2) to ensure
it is closed properly.
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Fuses
1.
Press the sides inwards and allow the
glove box to pivot downwards.
CAUTION
Fit a replacement fuse with the same
rating as the one you have removed.
Note: You can identify a blown fuse by a
break in the filament.
B
Note: All fuses, except high current fuses,
are a push fit.
Note: A fuse puller is located in the engine
compartment fuse box.
FUSE LABELS
A
The fuse chart label located on the rear
side of the panel trim will help you identify
the fuses. Depending on the vehicle variant
the necessary fuses and relays may vary.
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A
Fuse chart label
B
Fuses
The fuse chart label shows rectangles
representing a fuse or relay. The following
information is shown in the rectangles:
1
CHANGING A FUSE
WARNINGS
Do not modify the electrical system
of your vehicle in any way. Have
repairs to the electrical system and
the replacement of relays and high current
fuses carried out by a properly trained
technician.
2
3
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Switch the ignition and all electrical
equipment off before touching or
attempting to change a fuse.
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1
Number of the fuse
2
Symbol of the function
3
Ampere rating of the fuse
Fuses
FUSE SPECIFICATION CHART
Engine compartment fuse box
Fuse
Ampere
rating
Circuits protected
1
40
Central fuse box
2
30
Double cooling fan - secondary fuse
3
30
Central fuse box
4
60
Heated windscreen
5
40
Single cooling fan - primary fuse
5_A
50
Double cooling fan - primary fuse
6
60
Glow plugs
7
40
Central fuse box
8
20
Ignition switch
9
20
Engine control module
10
10
Battery voltage sense, data link connector
11
20
Fuel fired heater
12
20
Starter solenoid
13
30
ABS pump
14
10
PCV Valve, VCV Valve
15
10
Main beam left-hand side
16
10
Dipped beam left-hand side
17
10
Dipped beam right-hand side
18
10
PCM Power, Vehicle speed sensor
19
20
Daytime running lamps (side lights)
20
1
PCM
21
20
Vaporizer pump
22
20
Daytime running lamps (dipped beams)
23
20
ABS valves
99
Fuses
Fuse
Ampere
rating
Circuits protected
24
10
Glow plug monitoring (diesel engines)
25
10
Main beam right-hand side
26
10
Air conditioning clutch solenoid
27
10
Sensors, Actuators, Relay coils
28
20
Foglamps
29
20
Dipped beam (via main beam relay)
64
30
Heater blower motor
65
7.5
Heated windscreen
Central fuse box
Fuse
Ampere
rating
Circuits protected
130
15
GEM flasher power
131
5
Power mirror
132
10
Light switch (30), GEM VBAT Ext. lighting
133
-
Not used
134
-
Not used
135
10
Light switch, daytime running lamps
136
15
Horn
137
7.5
Radio, instrument cluster
138
-
Not used
139
-
Not used
140
-
Not used
141
10
Back up lamps, heated front washer jets
142
15
Stop lamps
143
20
Cigar lighter, Auxiliary power point front
100
Fuses
Fuse
Ampere
rating
Circuits protected
144
-
Not used
145
-
Not used
146
20
Front wiper motor
147
10
Heated front seats
148
7.5
GEM VBAT, Recirc / ICL (30-)
149
-
Not used
150
-
Not used
151
15
Radio (memory and power), BTVC module
152
7.5
A/C, parking aid
153
7.5
Interior lamps and battery saver
154
-
Not used
155
-
Not used
156
7.5
Side lamps right-hand side
157
7.5
Number plate lamp
158
7.5
Light switch, Rain sensor
159
-
Not used
160
-
Not used
161
7.5
ABS, ESP, steering angle sensor
162
7.5
Airbag module, PADI indicator
163
20
GEM VBATT locking
164
-
Not used
165
-
Not used
166
25
Power windows front
167
7.5
Heated mirrors, heated rear window
168
10
Daytime running lamps, parking lamps, number plate lamp
169
20
Second power point
101
Fuses
Fuse
Ampere
rating
Circuits protected
170
-
Not used
171
-
Not used
172
-
Not used
Not used
173
-
174
20
Rear power point, Transco hand wash
175
7.5
Side lamps left-hand side
176
-
Not used
177
-
Not used
178
25
Heated rear window
179
7.5
Cluster, PATS, accelerator pedal
180
20
Wiper front and rear
181
-
Not used
182
-
Not used
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Vehicle recovery
Rear towing eye
TOWING POINTS
CAUTION
The screw-in towing eye has a
left-hand thread. Turn it
anti-clockwise to install it. Make sure
that the towing eye is fully tightened.
The towing eye must always be carried in
the vehicle.
Insert your finger into the hole on the
underside of the cover and prise off the
cover. Install the towing eye.
Front towing eye
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Transit Connect
Your towing eye is located in the bag
behind the driver’s seat.
Tourneo Connect
Your towing eye is located in the left-hand
sidewall of the load area.
TOWING THE VEHICLE ON
FOUR WHEELS
WARNINGS
Switch the ignition on when your
vehicle is being towed. The steering
lock will engage and the direction
indicators and brake lamps will not work
if you do not.
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The brake servo and the power
steering pump do not operate unless
the engine is running. Press the brake
pedal harder and allow for increased
stopping distances and heavier steering.
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Vehicle recovery
CAUTIONS
Too much tension in the tow rope
could cause damage to your vehicle
or the vehicle that is towing.
Do not use a rigid tow bar on the front
towing eye.
Drive off slowly and smoothly without
jerking the vehicle that is towing.
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Maintenance
Check when refuelling
GENERAL INFORMATION
•
Have your vehicle serviced regularly to help
maintain its roadworthiness and resale
value. There is a large network of Ford
Authorised Repairers that are there to help
you with their professional servicing
expertise. We believe that their specially
trained technicians are best qualified to
service your vehicle properly and expertly.
They are supported by a wide range of
highly specialised tools developed
specifically for servicing your vehicle.
•
•
•
•
In addition to regular servicing, we
recommend that you carry out the
following additional checks.
Engine oil level. See Engine Oil Check
(page 108).
Brake fluid level. See Brake and
Clutch Fluid Check (page 109).
Washer fluid level. See Washer Fluid
Check (page 110).
Tyre pressures (when cold). See
Technical Specifications (page 120).
Tyre condition. See Tyre Care (page
119).
Monthly checks
•
WARNINGS
Switch the ignition off before
touching or attempting adjustment
of any kind.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Do not touch the electronic ignition
system parts after you have switched
the ignition on or when the engine is
running. The system operates at high
voltage.
Keep your hands and clothing clear
of the engine cooling fan. Under
certain conditions, the fan may
continue to run for several minutes after
you have switched the engine off.
Engine coolant level (engine cold). See
Engine Coolant Check (page 109).
Pipes, hoses and reservoirs for leaks.
Power steering fluid level. See Power
Steering Fluid Check (page 110).
Air conditioning operation.
Parking brake operation.
Horn operation.
Tightness of wheel nuts. See
Technical Specifications (page 120).
OPENING AND CLOSING THE
BONNET
Opening the bonnet
CAUTION
WARNING
When carrying out maintenance
checks, make sure that filler caps are
fitted securely.
To prevent damage to, or loss of the
key, remove the key immediately
after opening and swivel the Ford
badge back.
Daily checks
•
•
•
Exterior lamps.
Interior lamps.
Warning lamps and indicators.
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Maintenance
1
5
4
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2
3
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E78143
Closing the bonnet
Note: Make sure that the bonnet is closed
properly.
Lower the bonnet and allow it to drop from
under its own weight for the last 20 – 30
centimetres (8 - 12 inches).
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Maintenance
UNDER BONNET OVERVIEW - 1.8L DURATORQ-TDCI (LYNX)
DIESEL/1.8L DURATORQ-TDDI (LYNX) DIESEL
A
B
C
D
E
F
I
H
G
E75516
1
A
Power steering fluid reservoir : See Power Steering Fluid Check (page 110).
B
Engine oil filler cap : See Engine Oil Check (page 108).
C
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir : See Brake and Clutch Fluid Check (page
109).
D
Engine compartment fuse box: See Fuses (page 97).
E
Air cleaner.
F
Washer fluid reservoir : See Washer Fluid Check (page 110).
G
Battery: See Vehicle battery (page 114).
1
1
1
107
Maintenance
1
H
Engine oil dipstick : See Engine Oil Check (page 108).
I
Engine coolant reservoir : See Engine Coolant Check (page 109).
1
1
The filler caps and the engine oil dipstick are coloured for easy identification.
Checking the oil level
ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK - 1.8L
DURATORQ-TDCI (LYNX)
DIESEL/1.8L DURATORQ-TDDI
(LYNX) DIESEL
CAUTION
Make sure that the level is between
the MIN and the MAX marks.
Note: Check the level before starting the
engine.
Note: Make sure that your vehicle is on level
ground.
B
Note: Oil expands when it is hot. The level
may therefore extend a few millimetres
beyond the MAX mark.
A
Remove the dipstick and wipe it with a
clean, lint free cloth. Replace the dipstick
and remove it again to check the oil level.
If the level is at the MIN mark, top up
immediately.
Topping up
E95527
A
MIN
B
MAX
WARNINGS
Only top up when the engine is cold.
If the engine is hot, wait 10 minutes
for the engine to cool down.
ENGINE OIL CHECK
Do not remove the filler cap when
the engine is running.
CAUTION
Remove the filler cap.
Do not use oil additives or other
engine treatments. Under certain
conditions, they could damage the
engine.
CAUTION
Do not top up further than the MAX
mark.
Note: The oil consumption of new engines
reaches its normal level after approximately
5000 kilometres (3000 miles).
Top up with fluid that meets the Ford
specification. See Technical
Specifications (page 110).
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Maintenance
Replace the filler cap. Turn it until you feel
a strong resistance.
CAUTIONS
Prolonged use of incorrect dilution of
the coolant can cause engine damage
from corrosion, overheating or
freezing.
ENGINE COOLANT CHECK
Checking the coolant level
Unscrew the cap slowly. Any pressure will
escape slowly as you unscrew the cap.
WARNING
Do not allow the fluid to touch your
skin or eyes. If this happens, rinse the
affected areas immediately with
plenty of water and contact your doctor.
CAUTION
Do not top up further than the MAX
mark.
Top up with a 50/50 mixture of coolant
and water using fluid that meets the Ford
specification. See Technical
Specifications (page 110).
CAUTION
Make sure that the level is between
the MIN and the MAX marks.
Note: Coolant expands when it is hot. The
level may therefore extend beyond the MAX
mark.
BRAKE AND CLUTCH FLUID
CHECK
If the level is at the MIN mark, top up
immediately.
WARNINGS
Do not allow the fluid to touch your
skin or eyes. If this happens, rinse the
affected areas immediately with
plenty of water and contact your doctor.
Topping up
WARNINGS
Only top up when the engine is cold.
If the engine is hot, wait 10 minutes
for the engine to cool down.
If the level is at the MIN mark, have
the system checked by a properly
trained technician as soon as
possible.
Do not remove the filler cap when
the engine is running.
Do not remove the filler cap when
the engine is hot. Wait for the engine
to cool down.
Note: Contamination with dirt, water,
petroleum products or other materials may
result in brake failure or costly repairs.
Undiluted coolant is flammable and
may ignite if spilt on a hot exhaust.
Note: The brake and the clutch systems are
supplied from the same reservoir.
Top up with fluid that meets the Ford
specification. See Technical
Specifications (page 110).
CAUTIONS
In an emergency, you can add just
water to the cooling system to reach
a vehicle service station. Have the
system checked by a properly trained
technician as soon as possible.
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Maintenance
POWER STEERING FLUID
CHECK
CAUTION
Do not top up further than the MAX
mark.
WARNING
Top up with fluid that meets the Ford
specification. See Technical
Specifications (page 110).
Do not allow the fluid to touch your
skin or eyes. If this happens, rinse the
affected areas immediately with
plenty of water and contact your doctor.
WASHER FLUID CHECK
CAUTION
Note: The front and rear washer systems
are supplied from the same reservoir.
Make sure that the level is between
the MIN and the MAX marks.
Topping up
When topping up, use a mixture of washer
fluid and water to help prevent freezing in
cold weather and improve the cleaning
capability. We recommend that you use
only high quality washer fluid.
Remove the filler cap.
For information on fluid dilution, refer to
the product instructions.
If the level is at the MIN mark, top up
immediately.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Vehicle fluids
Item
Specification
Recommended fluid
*
Engine oil
WSS-M2C913-C
Castrol Engine Oil
Power assisted steering
WSA-M2C-195-A
Ford or Motorcraft Power
Steering Fluid
Coolant
WSS-M97B44-D
Motorcraft SuperPlus Antifreeze
Brake fluid
WSS-M6C57-A2
Ford or Motorcraft Super
DOT 4 Brake Fluid
*
Providing it meets the specification defined by WSS-M2C913-C, you can also use Ford
Engine Oil or an alternative engine oil.
Topping up the oil: If you are unable to find an oil that meets the specification defined
by WSS-M2C913-C, you must use SAE 5W-30 (preferred), SAE 5W-40 or SAE 10W-40
that meets the specification defined by either ACEA A5/B5 (preferred) or ACEA A3/B3.
Using these oils can result in longer engine cranking periods, reduced engine performance,
reduced fuel economy and increased emission levels.
Castrol engine oil recommended.
110
Maintenance
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Capacities
Variant
Item
Capacity in Litres (gallons)
All
Power assisted steering
fluid
All
Windscreen washer system
4.3 (1.0)
All
Fuel tank
60 (13.2)
1.8 l Duratorq-TDdi/
Duratorq-TDCi
Cooling system incl. heating
7.0 (1.5)
1.8 l Duratorq-TDdi/
Duratorq-TDCi
Engine oil - with filter
5.6 (1.2)
1.8 l Duratorq-TDdi/
Duratorq-TDCi
Engine oil - without filter
5.0 (1.1)
111
MAX-mark
Vehicle care
Cleaning the chrome trim
CLEANING THE EXTERIOR
CAUTION
WARNING
Do not use abrasives or chemical
solvents. Use soapy water.
If you use a car wash with a waxing
cycle, make sure that you remove the
wax from the windscreen.
Body paintwork preservation
CAUTIONS
Prior to using a car wash facility check
the suitability of it for your vehicle.
CAUTIONS
Do not polish your vehicle in strong
sunshine.
Some car wash installations use
water at high pressure. This could
damage certain parts of your vehicle.
Do not allow polish to touch plastic
surfaces. It could be difficult to
remove.
Remove the aerial before using an
automatic car wash.
Do not apply polish to the windscreen
or rear window. This could cause the
wipers to become noisy and they may
not clear the window properly.
Switch the heater blower off to
prevent contamination of the fresh air
filter.
We recommend that you wax the
paintwork once or twice a year.
We recommend that you wash your vehicle
with a sponge and lukewarm water
containing a car shampoo.
CLEANING THE INTERIOR
Cleaning the headlamps
Seat belts
CAUTIONS
Do not scrape the headlamp lenses
or use abrasives, alcoholic solvents or
chemical solvents to clean them.
WARNINGS
Do not use abrasives, or chemical
solvents to clean them.
Do not wipe the headlamps when
they are dry.
Do not allow moisture to penetrate
the seat belt retractor mechanism.
Clean the seat belts with interior cleaner
or water applied with a soft sponge. Let
the seat belts dry naturally, away from
artificial heat.
Cleaning the rear window
CAUTION
Do not scrape the inside of the rear
window or use abrasives or chemical
solvents to clean it.
Use a clean, lint free cloth or a damp
chamois leather to clean the inside of the
rear window.
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Vehicle care
Instrument cluster screens, LCD
screens, radio screens
WARNING
Do not use abrasives, alcoholic
solvents or chemical solvents to
clean them.
Rear windows
CAUTIONS
Do not use any abrasive materials to
clean the interior of the rear windows.
Do not install stickers or labels to the
interior of the rear windows.
REPAIRING MINOR PAINT
DAMAGE
CAUTION
Remove apparently harmless looking
substances from the paintwork
immediately (e.g. bird droppings, tree
resins, insect remains, tar spots, road salt
and industrial fall out).
You should repair paintwork damage
caused by stones from the road or minor
scratches as soon as possible. A choice of
products is available from your Ford
Dealer. Read and follow the
manufacturer’s instructions.
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Vehicle battery
4. Connect the negative (-) terminal of
vehicle B to the engine block or the
engine mount of vehicle A (cable 2).
JUMP-STARTING THE VEHICLE
CAUTIONS
Connect batteries with only the same
nominal voltage.
CAUTIONS
Do not connect to the negative (–)
terminal of the flat battery.
Always use booster cables with
insulated clamps and adequate size
cable.
Make sure that the cables are clear of
any moving parts.
Do not disconnect the battery from
the vehicle’s electrical system.
To start the engine
1.
Run the engine of vehicle B at
moderately high speed.
2. Start the engine of vehicle A.
3. Run both vehicles for a minimum of
three minutes before disconnecting the
cables.
To connect the booster cables
1
A
CAUTION
Do not switch on the headlamps when
disconnecting the cables. The peak
voltage could blow the bulbs.
B
Disconnect the cables in the reverse order.
2
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A
Flat battery vehicle
B
Booster battery vehicle
1
Positive connection cable
2
Negative connection cable
1.
Position the vehicles so that they do
not touch one another.
2. Switch off the engine and any electrical
equipment.
3. Connect the positive (+) terminal of
vehicle A with the positive (+) terminal
of vehicle B (cable 1).
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Wheels and Tyres
GENERAL INFORMATION
WARNINGS
Never place anything between the
jack and the ground, or the jack and
the vehicle.
CAUTIONS
Use only approved wheel and tyre
sizes. Using other sizes could damage
the vehicle and will make the National
Type Approval invalid.
It is recommended to use a workshop type
hydraulic jack for changing between
summer and winter tyres.
If you change the diameter of the tyres
from that fitted at the factory, the
speedometer may not display the
correct speed. Take the vehicle to your
dealer to have the engine management
system reprogrammed.
Note: Use a jack with a minimum lifting
capacity of 1.5 tonnes and a lifting plate with
a minimum diameter of 80 millimetres (3.1
inches).
Transit Connect
If you intend to change the size of the
wheels from that fitted at the factory,
check the suitability with your dealer.
Your jack and wheelbrace are located in
the bag behind the driver’s seat.
1.
Move the driver's seat fully forwards
See Front Seats (page 70).
2. Fold the seatback fully forwards.
3. Open the retaining straps on the bag
and remove the wheelbrace.
4. Using the wheelbrace, remove the
retaining screw.
Note: Check your tyre pressures regularly
to optimise fuel economy.
A decal with tyre pressure data is located
in the driver’s door opening at the B-pillar.
Check and set the tyre pressure at the
ambient temperature in which you are
intending to drive the vehicle and when the
tyres are cold.
CHANGING A ROAD WHEEL
Locking wheel nuts
You can obtain a replacement locking
wheel nut key and replacement locking
wheel nuts from your dealer using the
reference number certificate.
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Vehicle jack
5. Remove the jack.
6. Install in the reverse order.
WARNINGS
Before using the vehicle jack, check
that it is not damaged or deformed
and that the thread is lubricated and
free from foreign matter.
Tourneo Connect
Your jack and wheelbrace are located in
the left-hand sidewall of the load area.
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Wheels and Tyres
Jacking and lifting points
CAUTION
Use only the specified jacking points.
If you use other positions, you may
damage the body, steering,
suspension, engine, braking system or the
fuel lines.
A
B
E93301
A
Emergency use only
B
Maintenance
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Wheels and Tyres
A
E93302
Small arrow-shaped marks on the sills A
show the location of the jacking points.
Spare wheel
E76072
Detach the first cable by unscrewing and
sliding back the cap. Turn the nipple at the
end of the cable through 90 degrees.
Detach the second cable by unscrewing
the nut.
Removing a road wheel
WARNINGS
Park your vehicle in such a position
that neither the traffic nor you are
hindered or endangered.
E76071
Set up a warning triangle.
Lower the spare wheel by inserting the
hexagonal end of the wheelbrace into the
guide hole. Turn the wheelbrace
anticlockwise until the wheel rests on the
ground and there is slack in the cable.
Make sure that the vehicle is on firm,
level ground with the wheels pointing
straight ahead.
Switch off the ignition and apply the
parking brake.
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Wheels and Tyres
1.
WARNINGS
If your vehicle has a manual
transmission, select first or reverse
gear. If it has an automatic
transmission, select park.
Insert the wheelbrace and carefully
remove the wheel trim.
Have the passengers leave the
vehicle.
Secure the diagonally opposite
wheel with an appropriate block or
wheel chock.
Make sure that the arrows on
directional tyres point in the direction
of rotation when the vehicle is
moving forwards. If you have to fit a spare
wheel with the arrows pointing in the
opposite direction, have the tyre refitted
in the correct direction by a properly
trained technician.
2
3
Do not work underneath the vehicle
when it is supported only by a jack.
Make sure that the jack is vertical to
the jacking point and the base is flat
on the ground.
E133966
CAUTION
2. Install the locking wheel nut key.
3. Slacken the wheel nuts.
4. Jack up the vehicle until the tyre is clear
of the ground.
5. Remove the wheel nuts and the wheel.
Do not lay alloy wheels face down on
the ground, this will damage the paint.
Installing a road wheel
WARNINGS
Use only approved wheel and tyre
sizes. Using other sizes could
damage the vehicle and will make
the National Type Approval invalid. See
Technical Specifications (page 120).
Do not fit run flat tyres on vehicles
that were not originally fitted with
them. Please contact your dealer for
more details regarding compatibility.
E133965
118
Wheels and Tyres
CAUTION
WARNING
Do not install alloy wheels using
wheel nuts designed for use with steel
wheels.
Have the wheel nuts checked for
tightness and the tyre pressure
checked as soon as possible.
Note: The wheel nuts of alloy wheels and
spoked steel wheels can also be used for
the steel spare wheel for a short time
(maximum two weeks).
Note: If the spare wheel is different in size
or construction to the road wheels, have this
replaced as soon as possible.
Stowing the wheel
Note: Make sure the wheel and hub contact
surfaces are free from foreign matter.
CAUTION
Note: Make sure that the cones on the
wheel nuts are against the wheel.
Do not raise the spare wheel carrier
without the wheel attached. Damage
can occur to the winch mechanism if
lowered without a wheel attached.
1. Install the wheel.
2. Install the wheel nuts finger tight.
3. Install the locking wheel nut key.
TYRE CARE
1
4
3
5
E70415
2
To make sure the front and rear tyres of
your vehicle wear evenly and last longer,
we recommend that you swap the tyres
from front to rear and vice versa at regular
intervals of between 5000 and 10000
kilometres (3000 and 6000 miles).
E75442
4. Partially tighten the wheel nuts in the
sequence shown.
5. Lower the vehicle and remove the jack.
6. Fully tighten the wheel nuts in the
sequence shown.
7. Install the wheel trim using the ball of
your hand.
CAUTION
Do not scrub the sidewalls of the tyres
when you are parking.
If you have to mount a kerb, do so slowly
and approach it with the wheels at
right-angles to the kerb.
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Wheels and Tyres
Examine the tyres regularly for cuts, foreign
objects and uneven wear of the tread.
Uneven wear could mean that the wheel
alignment is outside specification.
USING SNOW CHAINS
WARNINGS
Do not exceed 50 km/h (30 mph).
Check the tyre pressures (including the
spare) when cold, every two weeks.
Do not use snow chains on snow-free
roads.
USING WINTER TYRES
Do not fit snow chains to 205/55 R
16 tyres.
CAUTION
Make sure that you use the correct
wheel nuts for the type of wheel the
winter tyres are fitted to.
CAUTION
If your vehicle is fitted with wheel
trims, remove them before fitting
snow chains.
If winter tyres are used, make sure that the
tyre pressures are correct. See Technical
Specifications (page 120).
Note: The ABS will continue to operate
normally.
Only use small link snow chains.
Only use snow chains on the front wheels.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Transit Connect
Wheel nut torque
Wheel type
Nm (Ib-ft)
Steel - type 1
90 (66.4)
Steel - type 2
135 (99.6)
Alloy
120 (88.5)
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Wheels and Tyres
Type 1 - Closed end, two piece wheel
nut
Type 2 - Open end, one piece wheel nut
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E131503
Short wheelbase
Tyre Pressures
Normal Load
Variant
Tyre Size
Full Load
Front
Rear
Front
Rear
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
T200
195/65 R 15
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.3 (33)
3.0 (44)
T220
195/65 R 15
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.4 (35)
3.4 (49)
Long wheelbase
Tyre Pressures
Normal Load
Variant
Tyre Size
Full Load
Front
Rear
Front
Rear
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
T210
195/65 R 15
2.3 (33)
2.7 (39)
2.3 (33)
3.4 (49)
T220
195/65 R 15
2.3 (33)
2.7 (39)
2.5 (36)
3.4 (49)
T230
195/65 R 15
2.3 (33)
2.7 (39)
2.5 (36)
3.4 (49)
Tourneo Connect
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Wheels and Tyres
Short wheelbase
Tyre Pressures
Normal Load
Variant
Tyre Size
Full Load
Front
Rear
Front
Rear
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
K210
205/55 R 16
2.2 (32)
2.2 (32)
2.2 (32)
2.8 (41)
K200
195/65 R 15
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.2 (32)
3.0 (44)
K210 (500 Kg)
195/65 R 15
2.2 (32)
2.2 (32)
2.2 (32)
2.8 (41)
K210 (625 Kg)
195/65 R 15
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.2 (32)
3.0 (44)
K220
195/65 R 15
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.4 (35)
3.4 (49)
K230
195/65 R 15
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.4 (35)
3.4 (49)
Long wheelbase
Tyre Pressures
Normal Load
Variant
Tyre Size
Full Load
Front
Rear
Front
Rear
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
K220
195/65 R 15
2.3 (33)
2.7 (39)
2.3 (33)
3.4 (49)
K230
195/65 R 15
2.3 (33)
2.7 (39)
2.3 (33)
3.4 (49)
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Vehicle identification
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
PLATE
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
NUMBER
Note: The vehicle identification plate
design may vary to that shown.
Note: The information shown on the vehicle
identification plate is dependant upon
market requirements.
B
A
E93897
E
D
C
The vehicle identification number is
stamped into the floor panel in front of the
right-hand seat. It is also shown on the
left-hand side of the instrument panel.
E85610
A
Vehicle identification number
B
Gross vehicle weight
C
Gross train weight
D
Maximum front axle weight
E
Maximum rear axle weight
LOAD APPORTIONING VALVE
(LAV) PLATE
Certain vehicles are fitted with a load
apportioning valve (LAV) plate on the
left-hand rear door pillar, quoting the
settings for this valve. These settings
should only be made by an expert.
The vehicle identification number and
maximum weights are shown on a plate
located on the lock side of the right-hand
front door aperture at the bottom.
123
Capacities and Specifications
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Vehicle dimensions
Short wheelbase
D
A
D
A
C
E
B
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Capacities and Specifications
Item
Dimension Description
Dimension in mm
(inches)
A
Overall length
4324 (170.2)
B
Overall width including exterior mirrors
2113 (83.2)
C
Overall height
1804-1837 (71.0-72.3)
D
Wheelbase
2665 (104.9)
E
Track - Front
1505 (59.3)
E
Track - Rear
1552 (61.1)
125
Capacities and Specifications
Long wheelbase
D
A
D
A
C
E
B
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126
Capacities and Specifications
Item
Dimension Description
Dimension in mm
(inches)
A
Overall length
4571 (180.0)
B
Overall width including exterior mirrors
2113 (83.2)
C
Overall height
1970-1982 (77.5-78.0)
D
Wheelbase
2912 (114.6)
E
Track - Front
1505 (59.3)
E
Track - Rear
1552 (61.1)
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Capacities and Specifications
Towing equipment dimensions
A
B
C
E
D
F
G
E76190
Item
Dimension Description
Dimension in mm
(inches)
A
Bumper – end of towball
Min 90 (3.5)
B
Attachment point – centre of towball
91.1 (3.6)
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Capacities and Specifications
Item
Dimension Description
Dimension in mm
(inches)
C
Wheel centre – centre of towball
834 (32.8)
D
Centre of towball – side member
460 (18.1)
E
Outer side of side member
920 (36.2)
F
Centre of towball – centre 1. attachment point
413.3 (16.3)
G
Centre of towball – centre 2. attachment point
566.3 (22.3)
All measurements refer to towing equipment officially released by Ford.
129
Audio introduction
IMPORTANT AUDIO
INFORMATION
WARNINGS
Due to technical incompatibility,
recordable (CD-R) and rewritable
(CD-RW) discs may not function
correctly.
E66257
Disc labels
Audio CD
These units will play compact discs
that conform to the International
Red Book standard audio
specification. Copy protected CDs from
some manufacturers do not conform to
this standard and playback cannot be
guaranteed.
Dual format, dual sided discs (DVD
Plus, CD-DVD format), adopted by
the music industry, are thicker than
normal CDs and consequently playback
cannot be guaranteed, and jamming could
occur. Irregular shaped CDs and CDs with
a scratch protection film or self adhesive
labels attached should not be used.
Warranty claims, where this type of disc is
found to be inside an audio unit returned
for repair, will not be accepted.
E66254
MP3
All units except Sony CD (but not the
6CD) are designed to play
commercially pressed 12 cm audio
compact discs only. The Sony CD unit will
play 8 cm discs with a Sony approved
adaptor fitted (CSA-8).
E66255
The audio unit may be damaged if
unsuitable items like credit cards or
coins are pushed inside the CD
aperture.
Audio unit labels
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130
Audio unit overview
AUDIO UNIT OVERVIEW
A
C
B
P
D
O
E
N
F
M
G
H
L
I
K
J
I
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A
CD aperture. See Loading compact discs (page 141).
B
On, off and volume control. See On/off control (page 135).
C
CD eject. See Ejecting compact discs (page 142).
D
Clock. See Setting the clock and date on the audio unit (page 134).
E
Balance and fade control. See Balance/fade control (page 135).
F
Bass and treble control. See Bass/treble control (page 135).
G
Menu. See Audio menu control (page 135).
H
End call. See Telephone (page 145).
I
Station presets. See Station preset buttons (page 137).
J
Seek up. See Station tuning control (page 138).
K
Seek down. See Station tuning control (page 138).
L
Accept call. See Telephone (page 145).
M
Traffic announcement. See Traffic information control (page 137).
N
Waveband select. See Waveband button (page 137).
131
Audio unit overview
O
Auxiliary select. See Auxiliary input (AUX IN) socket (page 143).
P
CD select. See Compact disc player (page 141).
132
Audio system security
Each unit incorporates a unique code that
must be entered before the unit will
operate.
If the display shows WAIT 30, the unit will
be locked for 30 minutes. Wait until the
timer counts down to zero. When CODE is
shown in the display, enter the correct
code.
If the battery is disconnected or if the unit
has been removed from the vehicle, the
code must be re-entered before the unit
will operate.
Note: After 10 incorrect attempts the unit
will be permanently inoperative and
LOCKED will be shown in the display. See
your dealer.
SECURITY CODE
LOST SECURITY CODE
If you lose the unique code, contact your
dealer and supply details of your audio unit
along with some proof of identity.
ENTERING A SECURITY CODE
If CODE - - - -, CODE 0000 or ENTER
KEYCODE appears in the display when
you switch on the audio unit, you must
enter the unique code using the station
preset buttons.
1.
Using the station present buttons enter
the unique code.
2. If you make a mistake entering the
code, re-enter the digits by continuing
to select bottons 0-9. The display will
advance from digit position 1 to 4 and
then back again.
3. Make sure that the complete code is
correct before pressing the # button.
INCORRECT SECURITY CODE
Up to a maximum of 10 unique code entry
attempts are allowed with various
consequences if you get it wrong.
The number of attempts will be shown in
the display.
If the display reverts to CODE another
entry attempt may be made immediately.
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Audio unit clock and date displays
SETTING THE CLOCK AND
DATE ON THE AUDIO UNIT
Changing the date and time
Press the CLOCK button to display the
date and time.
Note: If you do not press another button
within 30 seconds of pressing the CLOCK
button, the display will return to its previous
setting.
1.
Using the seek up or seek down button
select the date or time value that you
wish to change. The selected value will
flash in the display.
2. Rotate the volume control to change
the selected date or time value.
3. Using the seek up or seek down button
select additional date or time values
that you wish to change.
4. Rotate the volume control to change
the selected date or time value.
5. Press the CLOCK button to exit and
save your settings.
Note: If you do not press the CLOCK button
within 30 seconds of changing a date or
time value, the display will exit and save the
new values automatically.
Note: Press and hold the CLOCK button
for more than two seconds to automatically
select the hour value for winter or summer
time adjustment.
12/24 hour format
1.
Press the MENU button repeatedly
until the 12/24 icon is shown in the
display.
2. Using the seek up or seek down button
select your required setting.
3. Press the MENU button repeatedly or
allow the system to time out to confirm
your selection.
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ON/OFF CONTROL
BALANCE/FADE CONTROL
Press the on/off control. This will also
operate the unit for up to one hour with the
ignition turned off.
The balance function is used to adjust the
sound distribution between the left and
right speakers.
The radio will switch off automatically
after one hour.
The fade function is used to adjust the
sound distribution from front to rear in
vehicles fitted with rear speakers.
BASS/TREBLE CONTROL
1.
Press the FADE/BAL button once for
fade or twice for balance.
2. Use the volume control or on some
units the seek up or seek down button
to make the necessary adjustment.
The bass function is used to adjust the
low-frequency response of the audio unit.
The treble function is used to adjust the
high-frequency response of the audio unit.
AUDIO MENU CONTROL
Note: The selected level will be shown in
the display.
Use the MENU button to access functions
that cannot be selected directly via one of
the control buttons. Press the MENU
button for first level functions, or press and
hold the MENU button for other second
level functions.
Press the BASS/TRE button once for
bass or twice for treble.
2. Use the volume control or on some
units the seek up or seek down button
to make the necessary adjustment.
1.
Menu functions
First level
Second level
During radio reception
During tape playback
During CD playback
During all functions
Manual tuning
12/24 hour
Scan
Traffic local or
distant
Scan tuning
AVC
12/24 hour
ADV menu
Repeat
REG
AVC
-
Comp
News
ADV menu
-
12/24 hour
CLIP
-
-
AVC
*
Shuffle
*
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*
**
AF
VID
Audio unit operation
Menu functions
First level
Second level
During radio reception
During tape playback
During CD playback
During all functions
-
-
ADV menu
Bluetooth enable/
disable
Note: The sequence in which functions appear may vary for different audio units and
vehicles.
Note: Second level functions (advanced) can also be entered by selecting ADV menu from
the first level menu.
*
Automatic volume control.
**
Alternative frequencies.
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Audio unit operation
When the search is complete, sound is
restored and the strongest signals are
stored on the autostore presets.
STATION PRESET BUTTONS
This feature allows you to store your
favourite stations so that they can be
recalled by selecting the appropriate
waveband and pressing one of the preset
buttons.
Press and hold the AM/FM button.
TRAFFIC INFORMATION
CONTROL
1. Select a waveband.
2. Tune to the station required.
3. Press and hold one of the preset
buttons. The audio unit will mute.
When sound returns the station has
been stored.
Many stations that broadcast on the FM
waveband have a TP code to signify that
they carry traffic programme information.
Activating traffic announcements
This can be repeated on each waveband
and for each preset button.
Before you can receive traffic
announcements, you must press the TA
button. Either TA-D or TA-L will be shown
in the display to indicate that the feature
is switched on.
Note: When you drive to another part of the
country, FM RDS (radio data system)
stations that broadcast on alternative
frequencies are stored on the preset
buttons.
If you are already tuned to a station that
broadcasts traffic information, TP will also
be shown in the display. Otherwise the unit
will search for a traffic programme and
display TP SEEK while doing so. If it cannot
locate such a station, NOT FOUND will be
shown in the display.
WAVEBAND BUTTON
Note: The AM/FM or RADIO button can
also be used to return to radio reception
when you have been listening to another
source.
TP will be shown within a box in the display
when you are tuned to a station providing
traffic information from a linked RDS (radio
data system) or EON (enhanced other
network) station.
Press the AM/FM button to select from
the wavebands available.
When traffic information is broadcast, it
will automatically interrupt normal radio,
tape or CD playback and TRAFFIC or
NEWS will be shown in the display.
AUTOSTORE CONTROL
Note: This function will overwrite the
previously stored autostore preset stations.
If the traffic signal weakens, TP will flash
in the display. Press the seek up or seek
down button to find another station.
Note: This function can also be used to
store stations manually in the same way as
other wavebands.
Note: If this happens during CD or AUX
playback or, on certain models, with the
radio volume set to zero, the unit will retune
automatically if the station is not available.
Note: The strongest signals available on
the selected waveband will be stored.
The sound is muted and AUTOSTORE will
be shown in the display while the unit
searches through the frequencies.
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Audio unit operation
Ending traffic announcements
If a non-traffic station is selected or
recalled using a preset button, the audio
unit will remain on that station unless TA
is turned off, then on again.
The audio unit will return to normal
operation at the end of each traffic
announcement. To end the announcement
prematurely, press TA during the
announcement.
Note: If TA is on and you select a preset or
manual tune to a non TA station no traffic
announcement will be heard.
Note: If you press TA at any other time it
will switch all announcements off.
Local or distant traffic
The number of RDS or EON traffic
announcements may become excessive
in some areas so there is an option to
select between local traffic information
and all available information.
STATION TUNING CONTROL
Seek tuning
Select a waveband and briefly press the
seek up or seek down button. The unit will
stop at the first station it finds in the
direction you have chosen.
Press and hold the MENU button until
the display changes.
2. Press the MENU button repeatedly
until TA is shown in the display.
3. Press the seek up or seek down button
to select either local (TA LOCAL) or
distant (TA DIST) traffic
announcements.
4. Press the MENU button or allow the
menu to time out to confirm your
selection.
1.
Manual tuning
1.
Note: Either TA-L or TA-D will be shown in
the display.
Select a waveband and press the
MENU button until MAN is shown in
the display.
2. Press the seek up or seek down button
to tune up or down the waveband in
small increments or press and hold to
increment quickly, until you find a
station you want to listen to.
Traffic announcement volume
Scan tuning
Traffic announcements interrupt normal
broadcasts at a preset minimum level that
is usually louder than normal listening
volumes.
The scan function allows you to listen to
10 seconds of each station detected.
Press the MENU button repeatedly
until SCAN is shown in the display.
2. Press the seek up or seek down button
to scan up or down the selected
waveband.
3. Press the seek up or seek down button
or the MENU button to continue
listening to a station.
1.
To adjust the preset volume
1. Press and hold the TA button.
2. Rotate the volume control to make the
necessary adjustment.
Note: The selected level will be shown in
the display.
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Audio unit menus
If your radio has AF (alternative
frequencies) tuning switched on and you
move from one transmission area to
another, this function will search for and
switch to a stronger station signal, if one
can be found.
AUTOMATIC VOLUME
CONTROL
This function adjusts the volume level to
compensate for engine and road speed
noise.
Under certain conditions, however, AF
tuning may temporarily disrupt normal
reception.
Press the MENU button repeatedly
until AVC is shown in the display.
2. Use the seek up or seek down button
to adjust the setting.
3. Press the MENU button or allow the
system to time out to confirm your
selection.
1.
When selected, the unit continually
evaluates signal strength and, if a better
signal becomes available, the unit will
switch to that alternative. It mutes while
it checks a list of alternative frequencies
and, if necessary, it will search once across
the selected waveband for a genuine
alternative frequency.
AUDIO DISTORTION
REDUCTION (CLIP)
It will restore radio reception when it finds
one or, if one is not found, the unit will
return to the original stored frequency. On
certain units, NOT FOUND will be shown
in the display.
This function automatically detects sound
distortion and reduces the volume level
until the distortion has been eliminated.
This means that whilst the display might
change numerically when you raise the
volume manually with the control, there
may be no actual increase in sound.
With AF-MAN selected, the unit operates
in a similar way to AF-AUTO or AF-ON, but
only searches for an alternative frequency
when prompted by pressing a preset
button.
1.
Press and hold the MENU button until
the display changes.
2. Press the MENU button repeatedly
until CLIP is shown in the display.
3. Using the seek up or seek down button
turn the function on or off.
4. Press the MENU button or allow the
system to time out to confirm your
selection.
With AF-OFF selected, the original stored
frequency remains selected. In this mode,
AF-OFF will be displayed every time the
unit is turned on.
Press and hold the MENU button until
the display changes.
2. Press the MENU button repeatedly
until AF is shown in the display.
3. Using the seek up or seek down button
select the required setting.
4. Press the MENU button or allow the
system to time out to confirm your
selection.
1.
ALTERNATIVE FREQUENCIES
Many programmes broadcast on the FM
waveband have a PI (programme
identification) code, which can be
recognised by audio units.
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Audio unit menus
During news broadcasts, the display
alternates between the station name and
NEWS. News interrupts are broadcast at
the same preset volume level as traffic
announcements.
REGIONAL MODE (REG)
The function REG (regional mode) controls
the behaviour of AF switching between
regionally related networks of a parent
broadcaster. A broadcaster may run a fairly
large network across a large part of the
country. At various times of the day this
large network may be broken down into a
number of smaller regional networks,
typically centred on major towns or cities.
When the network is not split into regional
variants, the whole network caries the
same programming.
1.
Press and hold the MENU button until
NEWS is shown in the display.
2. Using the seek up or seek down button
turn the function on or off.
3. Press the MENU button to confirm
your selection.
Regional mode ON: This prevents random
AF switches when neighbouring regional
networks are not carrying the same
programming.
Regional mode OFF: This allows a larger
coverage area if neighbouring regional
networks are carrying the same
programming, but can cause random AF
switches if they are not.
Press and hold the MENU button until
the display changes.
2. Press the MENU button repeatedly
until REG is shown in the display.
3. Using the seek up or seek down button
turn the function on or off.
4. Press the MENU button or allow the
system to time out to confirm your
selection.
1.
NEWS BROADCASTS
Some audio units interrupt normal
reception to broadcast news bulletins from
stations on the FM waveband linked
stations, in the same way as traffic
information is provided.
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Compact disc player
LOADING COMPACT DISCS
SHUFFLE/RANDOM
Always check that the CD aperture is
empty before inserting a CD.
Random track playback, also known as
shuffle, plays all tracks on a CD in random
order.
Insert a CD, label side up, into the audio
unit.
Note: When SHUFF CD is selected only the
tracks on the current CD will be shuffled.
When SHUF ALL is selected the tracks on
all the CD's will be shuffled.
TRACK SELECTION
Press the seek down button repeatedly to
select previous tracks.
Press the MENU button repeatedly
until SHUF is shown in the display.
2. Using the seek up or seek down button
scroll through the display until SHUF
ALL or SHUFF CD is shown in the
display.
3. Using the seek up or seek down button
select the next track to shuffle if
required.
COMPACT DISC PLAYBACK
Note: With the function on, SHUFFLE will
be shown in the display as each new track
is selected.
Note: During playback, the display indicates
the disc, track and time that has elapsed
since the start of the track.
COMPACT DISC TRACK
COMPRESSION
1.
Press the seek up button once to move to
the next track or press it repeatedly to
access later tracks.
Press the seek down button once to replay
the current track. If pressed within two
seconds of the start of a track, the previous
track will be selected.
Note: On CD changer audio units, if two or
more CD's are loaded one after the other,
playback will start with the last CD loaded.
Press MENU repeatedly until COMP is
shown in the display.
2. Using the seek up or seek down button
turn the function on or off.
3. Press the MENU button to confirm
your selection.
1.
During radio reception, press the CD button
once to start CD playback.
Playback will start immediately after a disc
is loaded.
COMPACT DISC TRACK
SCANNING
FAST FORWARD/REVERSE
Press and hold the seek up or the seek
down button to search forwards or
backwards within the tracks on the disc.
The SCAN function allows you to preview
each track for approximately 10 seconds.
Note: When selected, SCAN will be shown
briefly in the display at the start of each
track.
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1.
Press the MENU button repeatedly
until SCAN is shown in the display.
2. Using the seek up or seek down button
select either SCAN CD or SCAN ALL.
3. Press the seek up or seek down button
again to continue listening to a track.
EJECTING COMPACT DISCS
Note: Radio reception is restored
automatically when the EJECT button is
pressed.
Note: If the EJECT button is pressed in
error, press the button again to cancel.
Note: If the CD is not removed it will be
pulled back into the audio unit.
Press the EJECT button at any time and
remove the CD.
REPEAT COMPACT DISC
TRACKS
1.
Press the MENU button repeatedly
until REPEAT is shown in the display.
2. Using the seek up or seek down button
choose between OFF and TRK.
ENDING COMPACT DISC
PLAYBACK
Press the AM/FM or AUX button.
Note: This will not eject the CD; the disc
will merely pause at the point where radio
reception was restored.
To resume CD playback, press the CD
button again.
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Auxiliary input (AUX IN) socket
AUXILIARY INPUT (AUX IN)
SOCKET
Note: For optimum performance when
using any auxiliary device set the volume on
the device high. This will reduce audio
interference when charging the device via
the vehicle power supply socket.
When fitted the Auxiliary input (AUX IN)
socket permits an auxiliary device, such as
an MP3 player, to be linked into the vehicle
audio system. Output can be played
through the vehicle speakers.
To connect an auxiliary device, plug it into
the AUX IN socket using a 3.5 mm
conventional audio jack connector.
Select the auxiliary input via the AUX
button and playback will be heard through
the vehicle speakers. AUX will be shown in
the display. Volume, treble and bass can
be adjusted on the audio unit as normal.
The audio unit buttons can also be used
to restore playback from the audio unit,
while the auxiliary device remains
connected.
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Audio troubleshooting
AUDIO TROUBLESHOOTING
Audio unit display
Rectification
CD ERROR
PLEASE CHECK CD
CDC ERROR
General error message for CD fault conditions, for
example cannot read the CD, data-CD inserted. May
also indicate a audio unit malfunction. Make sure that
the disc is correctly loaded, clean and re- load the CD
or replace the CD with a known music CD. See Ejecting
compact discs (page 142). See Loading compact
discs (page 141). If error continues. See your dealer.
NO CD
NO CDS
NO CD #
Message to indicate that the audio unit or CD changer
is empty. Insert a CD. See Loading compact discs
(page 141).
HIGH TEMP
CD DRIVE HIGH TEMP
Ambient temperature too hot – unit will not work until
it has cooled down.
SLOT FULL
Message to indicate that the CD slot is already loaded.
Eject the CD from selected slot before attempting load
operation or select another slot location. See Loading
compact discs (page 141).
CDC FULL
Message to indicate that the audio unit is full. See
Ejecting compact discs (page 142).
DATA CD
An incompatible CD has been inserted, for example not
an audio CD. See Ejecting compact discs (page 142).
CODE ----
Message to prompt you for the Keycode. See Entering
a security code (page 133).
WAIT
Message to inform you to wait until the next keycode
entry attempt can be made. See Incorrect security
code (page 133).
TRIES
Message indicates the number of incorrect input
attempts. See Incorrect security code (page 133).
LOCKED
Message to inform you that audio unit security system
has locked the unit after repeated incorrect keycode
entries. See your dealer.
KEYCODE....
ENTER KEYCODE....
Message to prompt you for the Keycode. See Entering
a security code (page 133).
INCORRECT
Message to inform you that the entered keycode is
incorrect. See Incorrect security code (page 133).
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Telephone
Phonebook categories
GENERAL INFORMATION
Depending on your phonebook entry,
different categories can be displayed in
the audio unit.
CAUTION
Using the system with the engine off
will drain the battery.
For example:
This section describes the functions and
features of the Bluetooth mobile phone
hands free system.
M
Mobile
O
Office
The Bluetooth mobile phone part of the
system provides interaction with the audio
or navigation system and your mobile
phone. It allows you to use the audio or
navigation system to make and receive
calls without having to hold your mobile
phone.
H
Home
F
Fax
Note: Entries may be displayed without a
category attachment.
The category can also be indicated as an
icon:
Compatibility of phones
Phone
CAUTION
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As no common agreement exists,
mobile phone manufacturers are able
to implement a variety of profiles in
their Bluetooth devices. Because of this,
an incompatibility can occur between the
phone and hands-free system, which in
some cases may significantly degrade the
system performance. To avoid this
situation, only recommended phones
should be used.
Mobile
E87991
Home
E87992
Office
E87993
Fax
Please visit the website www.fordmobile-connectivity.com for full details.
E87994
TELEPHONE SETUP
Making a phone an active phone
Phonebook
When using the system for the first time,
no phone is connected to the system.
After start up access to the phonebook list
can be delayed for several minutes,
depending upon the size.
Bluetooth phone
After bonding a Bluetooth phone to the
system, this becomes the active phone.
For further information refer to the phone
menu.
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Select the phone from the active phone
menu.
1.
The Bluetooth feature must be
activated on the phone and on the
audio unit. Make sure the Bluetooth
menu option in the audio unit is set to
ON. For information on phone settings,
refer to your phone user guide.
2. In the Bluetooth menu on your phone,
search for Ford Audio and select it.
3. Enter the code number shown on the
vehicle display using the phone keypad.
If no code number is shown on the
display, enter the Bluetooth PIN
number 0000 using the phone keypad.
Now enter the Bluetooth PIN number
shown on the vehicle display.
4. If your mobile phone asks you to
authorize the automatic connection,
select YES.
Turning the ignition and radio or navigation
unit back on again, the last active phone
is picked up by the system.
Note: In some cases the Bluetooth
connection must also be confirmed on the
phone.
Bond another Bluetooth phone
Bond a new Bluetooth phone as described
in the requirements for a Bluetooth
connection.
Phones stored in the system are accessible
by using the phone list on the audio unit.
Note: A maximum of six devices may be
bonded. If six Bluetooth devices have
already been bonded, one of these has to
be debonded in order to bond a new device.
Note: A phone call will be disconnected if
the audio unit is switched off. If the ignition
key is turned to the off position the phone
call will remain in progress.
BLUETOOTH SETUP
TELEPHONE CONTROLS
Before you can use your telephone with
your vehicle it must be bonded to the
vehicle telephone system.
Remote control
Handling of phones
Up to six Bluetooth devices can be bonded
to the vehicle system.
Note: If there is an ongoing call when the
phone in use is selected as the new active
phone, the call is transferred to the vehicle
audio system.
Note: Even if connected to the car system,
your phone can still be used in the usual
way.
Requirements for Bluetooth
connection
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The following are required before a
Bluetooth phone connection can be made.
Incoming calls can be accepted by pressing
the MODE button once. Press the button
again to end the call.
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Ending a call
USING THE TELEPHONE VEHICLES WITHOUT:
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Calls can be ended by pressing the call
reject button.
Note: Refer to your audio guide for details
of the controls.
Audio units without a telephone keypad
can also end a call by pressing either
PHONE, CD, AM/FM or ON/OFF, or by
pressing the MODE button on the remote
control
An active phone must be present.
Redialling a number
Even if connected to the audio unit, your
phone can still be used in the usual way.
1.
This chapter describes the phone functions
of the audio unit.
Press the PHONE or the call accept
button.
2. Press the MENU button.
3. Select the CALL OUT list or the CALL
IN list. On some audio units, select the
MISSED, INCOMING or OUTGOING
calls list.
Note: If the active phone does not provide
a call out list, the last outgoing call
number/entry can be redialled.
Note: You can exit the phone menu by
pressing any source button CD, AM/FM or
AUX.
Making a call
Dialling a number using voice control
Phone numbers can be dialled using voice
control. See Telephone commands
(page 158).
4. Press the seek button on the audio unit.
5. Press the PHONE or the call accept
button to dial the desired phone
number.
Dialling a number using the address
book
You can access your phone address book
via Bluetooth. The entries will appear in
the unit display.
Receiving an incoming call
Accepting an incoming call
Press the PHONE or the call accept
button.
2. Press the MENU button.
3. Keep pressing the MENU button until
PHONEBOOK appears.
4. Press the seek buttons to select the
desired phone number.
Note: Press and hold the seek button to
skip to the next letter in the alphabet.
1.
Incoming calls can be accepted by pressing
either the call accept button, the PHONE
button or the MODE button on the remote
control.
Rejecting an incoming call
Incoming calls can be rejected by pressing
the call reject button.
Audio units without a telephone keypad
can also reject a call by pressing either
PHONE, CD, AM/FM or ON/OFF.
5. Press the PHONE or the call accept
button to dial the selected phone
number.
Receiving a second incoming call
Note: The second incoming call function
must be activated in your phone.
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If there is an incoming call whilst there is
an ongoing call, a beep will be heard and
you will have the option to end the active
call and to accept the incoming call.
2. Press the preset number required
(using the station preset buttons 1 - 6).
Accepting a second incoming call
Note: After bonding a phone to the system,
this becomes the active phone.
Using the audio unit menu
Second incoming calls can be accepted
by pressing either the call accept button,
the PHONE button, or the MODE button
on the remote control.
2.
Rejecting a second incoming call
3.
1.
Second incoming calls can be rejected by
pressing the call reject button. Units
without a telephone keypad can also reject
a second incoming call by pressing the CD
button, or the AM/FM button.
4.
5.
Muting the microphone
Debonding a bonded phone
During a call, it is possible to mute the
microphone. Whilst muted, confirmation
will appear in the display.
A bonded phone can be deleted from the
system at any time, unless a phone call is
in progress.
Audio units with green call accept
button
1.
Press the call accept button. Press the
button once again to turn this function off.
2.
Audio units without green call accept
button
3.
Press the seek up or down button. Press
the button once again to turn this function
off.
4.
Changing the active phone
5.
Note: Phones must be bonded to the
system before they can be made active.
Press the PHONE or call accept
button.
Press the MENU button on the audio
unit.
Select the DEBOND option on the
audio unit.
Scroll through the different phones by
using the seek buttons and display the
phone to be debonded.
Press the MENU button to select the
phone which is to be debonded.
USING THE TELEPHONE VEHICLES WITH: NAVIGATION
SYSTEM
Using the station storage button
Note: This process is only for audio units
without a telephone keypad.
1.
Press the PHONE or call accept
button.
Press the MENU button on the audio
unit.
Select the ACTIVE PHONE option on
the audio unit.
Scroll through the different stored
phones by using the seek buttons to
display the bonded phones.
Press the MENU button to select the
phone which is to be the active phone.
This chapter describes the phone functions
of the Navigation System.
Press the PHONE button on the audio
unit.
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If there is an incoming call, whilst there is
an ongoing call, a beep will be heard and
you will have the option to end the active
call and to accept the incoming call.
Note: Refer to your Navigation System
guide for details of the controls.
An active phone must be present.
Even if connected to the Navigation
System, your phone can still be used in the
usual way.
Accepting a second incoming call
Second incoming calls can be accepted
by pressing either the call accept button,
the MODE button on the remote control,
the PHONE button on the unit or by using
the ACCEPT option in the menu.
Making a call
Dialling a number
Phone numbers can be dialled using voice
control. See Voice control (page 151).
Note: This will cancel the ongoing call.
Ending a call
Rejecting a second incoming call
Calls can be ended by pressing either the
END button, the MODE button on the
remote switch or the ON/OFF button on
the navigation system.
Second incoming calls can be rejected by
pressing either the call reject button, or one
of the following buttons on the unit: CD,
AM/FM.
Redialling a number
Muting the microphone
1. Press the PHONE button on the unit.
2. Select REDIAL.
During a call, it is possible to mute the
microphone. Whilst muted, confirmation
will appear in the display.
Receiving an incoming call
SD navigation units
Accepting an incoming call
Press the mute button (symbol of a
microphone with a line through it). Press
the button once again to turn this function
off.
Incoming calls can be accepted by pressing
either the call accept button, the MODE
button on the remote control, the PHONE
button on the unit or by using the ACCEPT
option in the menu.
CD navigation units
Press the microphone mute button. Press
the button once again to turn this function
off.
Rejecting an incoming call
Incoming calls can be rejected by pressing
either the call reject button, the CD or
AM/FM buttons on the unit, or by using
the REJECT option in the menu.
Changing the active phone
Note: Phones must be bonded to the
system before they can be made active.
Receiving a second incoming call
Note: After bonding a phone to the system,
this becomes the active phone.
Note: The second incoming call function
must be activated in your phone.
1.
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Press the PHONE button on the unit.
Telephone
2. Using the BT SETTINGS option in the
menu, select the active phone from the
list.
Debonding a bonded phone
A bonded phone can be deleted from the
system at any time, unless a phone call is
in progress.
1. Press the PHONE button on the unit.
2. Select the BT SETTINGS option in the
menu.
3. Select the DEBOND option in the
menu.
4. Select the phone from the list.
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Voice control
Do not try to give any commands until the
beep tone has been heard. The voice
control system will repeat each spoken
command back to you.
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
CAUTION
Using the system with the engine off
will drain the battery.
If you are not sure how to continue say
"HELP" for assistance or "CANCEL" if you
do not wish to continue.
Voice recognition enables operation of the
system without the need to divert your
attention from the road ahead in order to
change settings, or receive feedback from
the system.
The "HELP" function provides only a
subset of the available voice commands.
Detailed explanations of all possible voice
commands can be found on the following
pages.
Whenever you issue one of the defined
commands with the system active, the
voice recognition system converts your
command into a control signal for the
system. Your inputs take the form of
dialogues or commands. You are guided
through these dialogues by
announcements or questions.
Voice commands
All voice commands should be given using
a natural speaking voice, as if speaking to
a passenger or on the phone. Your voice
level should be dependant on the
surrounding noise level inside or outside
the vehicle but do not shout.
Please familiarise yourself with the
functions of the system before using voice
recognition.
USING VOICE CONTROL
Supported commands
System operation
The voice control system allows you to
control the following vehicle functions:
The order and content of the voice controls
are given in the following lists. The tables
show the sequence of user voice
commands and system responses for each
available function.
•
Bluetooth phone
•
radio
•
CD Player/CD Changer
•
SD card
•
navigation system (DVD units only refer to separate DVD navigation
handbook).
<> indicates a number or stored name tag
to be inserted by the user.
Short cuts
There are a number of voice command
short cuts available, which allow you to
control some vehicle features without
having to follow the complete command
menu. These are:
Note: The voice control system is language
specific. If you require the system to operate
in another language please consult your
dealer.
•
System response
•
As you work through a voice session the
system will prompt you with a beep tone
each time the system is ready to proceed.
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phone: "MOBILE NAME", "DIAL
NUMBER", "DIAL NAME", and "REDIAL"
CD player/CD changer: "DISC" and
"TRACK"
Voice control
•
•
radio: "TUNE NAME"
SD card: "TRACK".
•
Store up to 20 name tags per function.
•
The average recording time for each
name tag is approximately 2-3
seconds.
Start communicating with the system
Before you can start talking to the system
you first have to press the VOICE or MODE
button for each operation and wait until
the system answers with a beep. See
Voice Control (page 31).
AUDIO UNIT COMMANDS
CD Player
Press the button again to cancel the voice
session.
You can control playback directly by voice
control.
Name tag
Overview
The overview below shows the available
voice commands. The following lists will
give further information about the
complete command menu in selected
examples.
The name tag functionality can support
the phone, audio and navigation features
by using the "STORE NAME" function. You
can assign name tags to items such as
favourite radio stations and personal
phone contacts. See Audio unit
commands (page 152). See Telephone
commands (page 158). See Navigation
system commands (page 162).
"CD PLAYER"
"HELP"
"PLAY"
"TRACK"
*
"SHUFFLE ALL"
"SHUFFLE FOLDER"
**
"SHUFFLE OFF"
"REPEAT FOLDER"
**
"REPEAT TRACK"
"REPEAT OFF"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
** Only available if the CD contains audio data files like MP3 or WMA.
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Voice control
Track
You can choose a track on your CD directly.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"CD PLAYER"
"CD PLAYER"
2
"TRACK NUMBER PLEASE"
"TRACK"
3
"<a number between 1 and 99>"
*
"TRACK <number>"
**
* Can be used as a shortcut.
** Additionally, numbers can be spoken as up to four single digits (for example "2", "4",
"5" for track 245)
Shuffle all
To set random playback.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"CD PLAYER"
"CD PLAYER"
2
"SHUFFLE ALL"
Overview
Radio
The overview below shows the available
voice commands. The following lists will
give further information about the
complete command menu.
The radio voice commands support the
functionality of the radio and allow you to
tune radio stations by voice control.
"RADIO"
"HELP"
"AM"
"FM"
"TUNE NAME"
*
"DELETE NAME"
"DELETE DIRECTORY"
"PLAY DIRECTORY"
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Voice control
"RADIO"
"STORE NAME"
"PLAY"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
Tune frequency
This function allows you to tune your radio
by voice commands.
Steps
User says
1
"RADIO"
"RADIO"
2
"AM"
"AM FREQUENCY PLEASE"
"FM"
"FM FREQUENCY PLEASE"
3
"<frequency>"
System answer
"TUNE <frequency>"
*
* The frequency may be entered in a variety of ways. Refer below for representative
examples.
•
•
•
•
•
FM band: 87.5 - 108.0 in increments of 0.1
•
•
•
•
•
"Eighty nine point nine" (89.9)
"Ninety" (90.0)
"One hundred point five" (100.5)
"One zero one point one" (101.1)
"One zero eight" (108.0)
"Five thirty one" (531)
"Nine hundred" (900)
"Fourteen forty" (1440)
"Fifteen zero three" (1503)
"Ten eighty" (1080)
Store name
AM/MW band: 531 - 1602 in increments of
9
If you have tuned a radio station, you can
store it with a name in the directory.
AM/LW band: 153 - 281 in increments of 1
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"RADIO"
"RADIO"
2
"STORE NAME"
"STORE NAME"
"NAME PLEASE"
3
"<name>"
"REPEAT NAME PLEASE"
4
"<name>"
"STORING NAME"
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Voice control
Steps
User says
System answer
"<name> STORED"
Tune name
This function allows you to call up a stored
radio station.
Steps
User says
1
"RADIO"
2
"TUNE NAME"
3
"<name>"
System answer
"RADIO"
"NAME PLEASE"
*
"TUNE <name>"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
Delete name
This function allows you to delete a stored
radio station.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"RADIO"
"RADIO"
2
"DELETE NAME"
"NAME PLEASE"
3
"<name>"
"DELETE <name>"
"CONFIRM YES OR NO"
4
"YES"
"DELETED"
"NO"
"COMMAND CANCELLED"
Play directory
This function allows you to let the system
tell you all of the stored radio stations.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"RADIO"
"RADIO"
2
"PLAY DIRECTORY"
"PLAY <DIRECTORY>"
155
Voice control
Delete directory
This function allows you to delete all
stored radio stations at once.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"RADIO"
"RADIO"
2
"DELETE DIRECTORY"
"DELETE DIRECTORY"
"CONFIRM YES OR NO"
3
"YES"
"RADIO DIRECTORY DELETED"
"NO"
"COMMAND CANCELLED"
Play
This function switches the audio source to
the radio mode.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"RADIO"
"RADIO"
2
"PLAY"
Auxiliary input
This function allows you to switch the
audio source to the attached auxiliary input
device.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"EXTERNAL DEVICE"
"EXTERNAL DEVICE"
2
"LINE IN"
"LINE IN"
Overview
SD Card
The overview below shows the available
voice commands. The following lists will
give further information about the
complete command menu in selected
examples.
These voice commands support the
functionality of an SD card which has
suitable audio files written to it.
156
Voice control
"SD CARD"
"HELP"
"PLAY"
"TRACK"
*
"SHUFFLE ALL"
"SHUFFLE FOLDER"
"SHUFFLE OFF"
"REPEAT TRACK"
"REPEAT FOLDER"
"REPEAT OFF"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
SD card play
This function allows you to switch the
audio source to the SD card audio files.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"SD CARD"
"SD CARD"
2
"PLAY"
SD card track
You can choose a track on your SD card
directly.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"SD CARD"
"SD CARD"
2
"TRACK"
3
"<a number between 1 and 99>"
"TRACK NUMBER PLEASE"
*
* Can be used as a shortcut.
157
**
"TRACK <number>"
Voice control
** Additionally, numbers can be spoken as up to four single digits (for example "2", "4",
"5" for track 245).
Overview
TELEPHONE COMMANDS
The overview below shows the available
voice commands. The following lists will
give further information about the
complete command menu in selected
examples.
Phone
Your phone system allows you to create
an additional phonebook. The stored
entries can be dialled by voice control.
Phone numbers stored by using voice
control are stored on the vehicle system
and not in your phone.
"PHONE"
"HELP"
"MOBILE NAME"
"DIAL NUMBER"
"DIAL NAME"
*
*
*
"DELETE NAME"
"DELETE DIRECTORY"
"PLAY DIRECTORY"
"STORE NAME"
"REDIAL"
*
"ACCEPT CALLS"
"REJECT CALLS"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
Phone functions
Dial number
Phone numbers can be dialled after giving
the name tag voice command.
158
Voice control
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"PHONE"
"PHONE"
2
"DIAL NUMBER"
3
"<phone number>"
4
"NUMBER PLEASE"
*
"<phone number>
CONTINUE?"
"DIAL"
"DIALLING"
"CORRECTION"
"<repeat last part of number>
CONTINUE?"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
Dial name
Phone numbers can be dialled after giving
the name tag voice command.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"PHONE"
"PHONE"
2
"DIAL NAME"
3
"<name>"
4
"YES"
"DIALLING"
"NO"
"COMMAND CANCELLED"
"NAME PLEASE"
*
"DIAL <name>"
"CONFIRM YES OR NO"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
Redial
This function allows you to redial the last
dialled phone number.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"PHONE"
"PHONE"
2
"REDIAL"
"REDIAL"
"CONFIRM YES OR NO"
*
159
Voice control
Steps
User says
System answer
3
"YES"
"DIALLING"
"NO"
"COMMAND CANCELLED"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
Mobile name
This function allows you to access phone
numbers stored with a name tag in your
mobile phone.
Steps
User says
1
"PHONE"
2
"MOBILE NAME"
System answer
"PHONE"
"MOBILE NAME" "<phone
dependent dialogue>"
*
* Can be used as a shortcut.
Note: DTMF can only be used during an
ongoing call. Press the VOICE button and
wait for the system prompt.
DTMF (Tone dialling)
This function transfers spoken numbers
into DTMF tones. For example, to make a
remote enquiry to your home answering
machine or to enter a PIN number etc.
Steps
Can only be used with vehicles installed with
a dedicated VOICE button.
User says
System answer
1
2
"NUMBER PLEASE"
"<numbers 1 to 9, zero, hash, star>"
Create a phonebook
Store name
New entries can be stored with the
"STORE NAME" command. This feature
can be used to dial a number by calling up
the name instead of the full phone number.
160
Voice control
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"PHONE"
"PHONE"
2
"STORE NAME"
"STORE NAME"
"NAME PLEASE"
3
"<name>"
"REPEAT NAME PLEASE"
4
"<name>"
"STORING NAME"
"<name> STORED"
"NUMBER PLEASE"
5
"<phone number>"
"<phone number>"
6
"STORE"
"STORING NUMBER"
"<phone number>"
"NUMBER STORED"
Delete name
Stored names can also be deleted from
the directory.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"PHONE"
"PHONE"
2
"DELETE NAME"
"NAME PLEASE"
3
"<name>"
"DELETE <name>"
"CONFIRM YES OR NO"
4
"YES"
"<name> DELETED"
"NO"
"COMMAND CANCELLED"
Play directory
Use this function to let the system tell you
all stored entries.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"PHONE"
"PHONE"
2
"PLAY DIRECTORY"
"PLAY DIRECTORY"
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Voice control
Delete directory
This function allows you to delete all
entries in one go.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"PHONE"
"PHONE"
2
"DELETE DIRECTORY"
"DELETE DIRECTORY"
"CONFIRM YES OR NO"
3
"YES"
"DIRECTORY DELETED"
"NO"
"COMMAND CANCELLED"
Main settings
Reject calls
Calls can be set to be automatically
rejected using voice control.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"PHONE"
"PHONE"
2
"REJECT CALLS"
"REJECT CALLS"
"ACCEPT CALLS"
"ACCEPT CALLS"
*
* use this command to turn the reject mode off
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
COMMANDS
Please refer to your separate Navigation
manual for details of the command menus.
162
Appendices
TYPE APPROVALS
ELECTROMAGNETIC
COMPATIBILITY
FCC/INDUSTRY CANADA NOTICE
WARNINGS
Your vehicle has been tested and
certified to legislations relating to
electromagnetic compatibility
(72/245/EEC, UN ECE Regulation 10 or
other applicable local requirements). It is
your responsibility to ensure that any
equipment you have fitted complies with
applicable local legislations. Have any
equipment fitted by properly trained
technicians.
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) this device
may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any
interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired
operation.
FCC ID: WJLRX-42
IC: 7847A-RX42
Changes or modifications to your device
not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance can void the
user's authority to operate the equipment.
Radio frequency (RF) transmitter
equipment (e.g. cellular telephones,
amateur radio transmitters etc.) may
only be fitted to your vehicle if they comply
with the parameters shown in the table
below. There are no special provisions or
conditions for installations or use.
RX-42 - declaration of conformity
We, the party responsible for compliance,
declare under our sole responsibility that
the Handset Integration product RX-42 is
in conformity with the provisions of the
following Council Directive: 1999/5/EC. A
copy of the Declaration of Conformity can
be found at:
Do not mount any transceiver,
microphones, speakers, or any other
item in the deployment path of the
airbag system.
Do not fasten antenna cables to
original vehicle wiring, fuel pipes and
brake pipes.
www.novero.com/declaration_of_conformity
The Bluetooth word mark and logos are
owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any
use of such marks by Ford Motor Company
is under license. Other trademarks and
trade names are those of their respective
owners.
Keep antenna and power cables at
least 100mm from any electronic
modules and airbags.
Note: Only fit antennas in the positions
shown to the roof of your vehicle.
163
Appendices
1
2
3
E100566
Frequency Band Maximum output power Watt (Peak
MHz
RMS)
Antenna Positions
1 – 30
50 W
1, 2, 3
30 – 54
50 W
1, 2, 3
68 – 87.5
50 W
1, 2, 3
142 – 176
50 W
1, 2, 3
380 – 512
50 W
1, 2, 3
806 – 940
10 W
1, 2, 3
1200 – 1400
10 W
1, 2, 3
1710 – 1885
10 W
1, 2, 3
1885 – 2025
10 W
1, 2, 3
Note: After the installation of RF
transmitters, check for disturbances from
and to all electrical equipment in the
vehicle, both in the standby and transmit
modes.
Check all electrical equipment:
• with the ignition ON
• with the engine running
• during a road test at various speeds.
164
Appendices
Check that electromagnetic fields
generated inside the vehicle cabin by the
transmitter installed do not exceed
applicable human exposure requirements.
165
166
Index
A
Audio unit commands................................152
Auxiliary input......................................................156
CD Player................................................................152
Radio.......................................................................153
SD Card..................................................................156
A/C
See: Climate Control...........................................62
About This Manual...........................................5
ABS
Audio unit menus.........................................139
Audio unit operation....................................135
Audio unit overview.......................................131
Auto-Dimming Mirror...................................48
Autolamps........................................................38
Automatic volume control........................139
Autostore control..........................................137
Autowipers........................................................33
Auxiliary Heater..............................................66
See: Brakes.............................................................86
ABS driving hints
See: Hints on Driving With Anti-Lock
Brakes..................................................................86
Accessories
See: Parts and Accessories.................................6
Adjusting the Steering Wheel...................30
Air Conditioning
General information............................................66
Principle of operation.........................................66
See: Climate Control...........................................62
Air Vents............................................................62
Alarm..................................................................29
Auxiliary input (AUX IN) socket................79
Auxiliary Power Points..................................77
Principle of Operation........................................29
Alternative frequencies..............................139
Appendices.....................................................163
Arming the alarm...........................................29
Arming the engine immobiliser................28
At a Glance..........................................................7
B
Balance/fade control..................................135
Bass/treble control......................................135
Bluetooth setup............................................146
Adjusting the steering wheel............................10
Engine idle speed after starting.......................10
Instrument panel overview..................................7
Locking and unlocking the doors with the
key...........................................................................9
Locking and unlocking the doors with the
remote control....................................................9
Handling of phones...........................................146
Requirements for Bluetooth
connection.......................................................146
Bonnet Lock
See: Opening and Closing the Bonnet.......105
Booster cables
See: Jump-Starting the Vehicle.....................114
Audible Warnings and Indicators.............53
Booster Seats...................................................12
Door open................................................................53
Frost..........................................................................54
Lights on..................................................................54
Low fuel...................................................................54
Booster cushion (Group 3)................................13
Booster seat (Group 2).......................................12
Brake and Clutch Fluid Check.................109
Brakes................................................................86
Audio Control..................................................30
Principle of Operation........................................86
Mode..........................................................................31
Seek............................................................................31
Volume.....................................................................30
Bulb changing
See: Changing a Bulb..........................................41
Bulb Specification Chart.............................46
Audio distortion reduction (CLIP)..........139
Audio introduction.......................................130
Audio menu control.....................................135
Audio system security.................................133
Audio troubleshooting................................144
Audio unit clock and date displays........134
C
Capacities and Specifications.................124
Technical Specifications..................................124
Cargo Nets........................................................92
Car Wash
See: Cleaning the Exterior.................................112
167
Index
Compact disc track compression...........141
Compact disc track scanning...................141
Convenience features....................................77
Coolant Check
Catalytic Converter........................................82
Driving with a catalytic converter...................82
Changing a Bulb..............................................41
Central high mounted brake lamp................44
Front fog lamps.....................................................43
Headlamp................................................................41
Interior lamp...........................................................45
Number plate lamp.............................................45
Reading lamps......................................................45
Rear lamps.............................................................44
Side repeaters.......................................................43
See: Engine Coolant Check............................109
Cup Holders......................................................78
Seat back trays......................................................78
D
Diesel Particulate Filter.................................81
Changing a Fuse.............................................98
Changing a Road Wheel.............................115
Regeneration...........................................................81
Direction Indicators.......................................40
Disabling the passenger airbag................20
Installing a road wheel......................................118
Jacking and lifting points..................................116
Locking wheel nuts.............................................115
Removing a road wheel.....................................117
Spare wheel...........................................................117
Stowing the wheel..............................................119
Vehicle jack............................................................115
Disabling the passenger airbag......................20
Enabling the passenger airbag.......................20
Disarming the alarm.....................................29
Disarming the engine immobiliser...........28
DPF
See: Diesel Particulate Filter.............................81
Changing the remote control
battery..............................................................21
Changing the Wiper Blades........................35
Checking the Wiper Blades........................35
Child Safety........................................................11
Child Safety Locks..........................................15
Driving Hints.....................................................95
E
Child Seat Positioning...................................13
Child Seats..........................................................11
Ejecting compact discs..............................142
Electric exterior mirrors................................47
Electromagnetic compatibility................163
Ending compact disc playback...............142
Engine Coolant Check................................109
Child restraints for different mass
groups....................................................................11
Checking the coolant level.............................109
Topping up............................................................109
Cigar Lighter......................................................77
Cleaning the Exterior....................................112
Engine immobiliser........................................28
Body paintwork preservation..........................112
Cleaning the chrome trim.................................112
Cleaning the headlamps...................................112
Cleaning the rear window.................................112
Engine Oil Check..........................................108
Tourneo Connect...................................................15
Principle of Operation........................................28
Checking the oil level........................................108
Topping up............................................................108
Engine Oil Dipstick - 1.8L Duratorq-TDCi
(Lynx) Diesel/1.8L Duratorq-TDDi
(Lynx) Diesel...............................................108
Entering a security code.............................133
Exterior Mirrors.................................................47
Cleaning the Interior.....................................112
Instrument cluster screens, LCD screens,
radio screens.....................................................113
Rear windows........................................................113
Seat belts................................................................112
Manual folding mirrors.......................................47
Climate Control...............................................62
F
Principle of Operation........................................62
Coded keys.......................................................28
Cold Weather Precautions.........................95
Compact disc playback...............................141
Compact disc player....................................141
Fastening the seat belts...............................18
Rear seat belts.......................................................19
Fast forward/reverse....................................141
168
Index
H
First Aid Kit.......................................................96
Floor Mats.........................................................79
Fog Lamps - Front
Handbrake
See: Front Fog Lamps........................................38
See: Parking Brake...............................................86
Fog Lamps - Rear
Hazard Warning Flashers............................39
Headlamp Levelling......................................39
See: Rear Fog Lamps..........................................38
Front Fog Lamps............................................38
Front Seats.......................................................70
All vehicles..............................................................39
Recommended headlamp levelling switch
positions.............................................................39
Adjusting the angle of the seatback..............71
Adjusting the armrest..........................................72
Adjusting the height of the seat.......................71
Adjusting the lumbar support...........................71
Folding the front passenger seat....................72
Moving the seats backwards and
forwards..............................................................70
Head Restraints...............................................73
Adjusting the head restraint.............................73
Removing the head restraint............................73
Heated Seats...................................................76
Heated Windows and Mirrors....................62
Heated exterior mirrors......................................63
Heated windows...................................................62
Fuel and Refuelling.......................................82
Technical Specifications...................................83
Heating
Fuel Burning Heater
See: Climate Control...........................................62
See: Auxiliary Heater..........................................66
Hill launch assist (HLA)
Fuel Consumption.........................................83
Fuel Consumption
See: Using hill start assist.................................89
Hill Start Assist...............................................89
See: Technical Specifications.........................83
Principle of Operation........................................89
Fuel filler flap...................................................83
Hints on Driving With Anti-Lock
Brakes..............................................................86
HLA
All vehicles..............................................................83
Tourneo Connect..................................................83
Fuel Quality - Diesel......................................82
See: Hill Start Assist...........................................89
See: Using hill start assist.................................89
Long-term storage...............................................82
Fuse Box Locations........................................97
I
Central fuse box....................................................97
Engine compartment fuse box.......................97
Fuse Labels......................................................98
Fuses...................................................................97
Fuse Specification Chart............................99
Ignition Switch................................................80
Immobiliser
Central fuse box.................................................100
Engine compartment fuse box.......................99
Important audio information...................130
See: Engine immobiliser....................................28
Audio unit labels.................................................130
Disc labels.............................................................130
G
Incorrect security code...............................133
Information Displays.....................................55
Gauges...............................................................49
General Information............................................55
Engine coolant temperature gauge..............50
Fuel gauge................................................................51
Information Messages.................................59
Doors open.............................................................59
Hill start assist......................................................60
Lighting.....................................................................61
Maintenance...........................................................61
Message indicator................................................59
Stability control (ESP)........................................61
Gearbox
See: Transmission................................................85
General Information on Radio
Frequencies....................................................21
Instrument Cluster........................................49
Instrument Lighting Dimmer......................77
169
Index
Interior Lamps.................................................40
Locking and Unlocking.................................23
Reading lamps.......................................................41
Automatic relocking............................................24
Central locking.......................................................23
Double locking.......................................................23
Double locking the doors with the key.........23
Locking and unlocking confirmation.............23
Locking and unlocking the doors from
inside....................................................................25
Locking and unlocking the doors with the
remote control..................................................24
Locking and unlocking the luggage
compartment lid..............................................23
Locking the doors with the key........................23
One-stage unlocking...........................................24
Opening the doors...............................................25
Sliding door memory locking...........................24
Two-stage unlocking..........................................24
Unlocking the doors with the key...................23
Introduction........................................................5
ISOFIX Anchor Points....................................15
Tourneo Connect...................................................15
J
Jump starting
See: Jump-Starting the Vehicle.....................114
Jump-Starting the Vehicle.........................114
To connect the booster cables.......................114
To start the engine..............................................114
K
Keys and Remote Controls..........................21
L
Locks...................................................................23
Lost security code.........................................133
Lighting Control...............................................37
M
Headlamp flasher.................................................37
Home safe lighting...............................................37
Lighting control positions..................................37
Main and dipped beam......................................37
Parking lamps........................................................37
Maintenance..................................................105
General Information..........................................105
Technical Specifications...................................110
Lighting...............................................................37
Load apportioning valve (LAV)
plate................................................................123
Load Carriers
Manual Climate Control..............................63
Air conditioning.....................................................65
Air distribution control.......................................63
Blower.......................................................................63
Defrosting and demisting the
windscreen........................................................64
Rapid heating of vehicle interior....................64
Recirculated air.....................................................64
Temperature control...........................................63
Ventilation..............................................................64
See: Roof Racks and Load Carriers...............92
Load Carrying...................................................92
General Information............................................92
Loading compact discs...............................141
Manual Transmission...................................85
Selecting reverse gear........................................85
Map Pockets....................................................78
Message Centre
See: Information Displays.................................55
Mirrors
See: Heated Windows and Mirrors................62
See: Windows and Mirrors................................47
N
Navigation system commands...............162
170
Index
Rear Window Wiper and Washers...........34
News broadcasts.........................................140
Intermittent wipe.................................................34
Rear window washer...........................................35
Reverse gear wipe................................................34
O
Refuelling..........................................................83
Regional mode (REG)................................140
Remote control battery
Occupant protection......................................17
Principle of Operation..........................................17
Oil Check
See: Engine Oil Check.......................................108
See: Changing the remote control
battery..................................................................21
On/off control................................................135
Opening and Closing the Bonnet...........105
Remote control programming
Closing the bonnet............................................106
Opening the bonnet..........................................105
See: Programming the remote control.........21
Repairing Minor Paint Damage.................113
Repeat compact disc tracks.....................142
Roadside Emergencies................................96
Roof Racks and Load Carriers...................92
P
Parking Aids......................................................91
Roof rack.................................................................92
Principle of Operation.........................................91
Running-In........................................................95
Parking Brake..................................................86
Brakes and clutch................................................95
Engine.......................................................................95
Tyres..........................................................................95
Applying the parking brake..............................86
Parking on a hill....................................................86
Releasing the parking brake............................86
S
Parts and Accessories....................................6
Personalised Settings..................................58
Safety Precautions........................................82
Seat belt height adjustment.......................19
Seat belt reminder..........................................19
Clock setting..........................................................58
ESP............................................................................58
Vehicle settings.....................................................59
Power Door Locks
Deactivating the seat belt reminder..............19
Seat belts
See: Locking and Unlocking.............................23
Power Steering Fluid Check......................110
See: Fastening the seat belts...........................18
Topping up.............................................................110
Seats...................................................................70
Security code..................................................133
Setting the clock and date on the audio
unit..................................................................134
Power Windows..............................................47
To open the driver’s window
automatically....................................................47
Programming the remote control.............21
12/24 hour format...............................................134
Changing the date and time...........................134
Programming a new remote control..............21
Reprogramming the unlocking
function................................................................21
Shuffle/random.............................................141
Sitting in the Correct Position....................70
Snow Chains
R
See: Using Snow Chains..................................120
Stability Control..............................................87
Rear Fog Lamps..............................................38
Rear Quarter Windows................................48
Rear Seats.........................................................73
Principle of Operation.........................................87
Starter Switch
See: Ignition Switch............................................80
Starting a Diesel Engine..............................80
Folding a single seatback forwards...............74
Folding the entire seat forwards.....................74
Returning the seat to the upright
position................................................................75
Cold or hot engine...............................................80
Starting and Stopping the Engine...........80
General Information...........................................80
Station preset buttons................................137
171
Index
Station tuning control.................................138
Traction Control.............................................88
Manual tuning......................................................138
Scan tuning...........................................................138
Seek tuning...........................................................138
Traffic information control........................137
Principle of Operation........................................88
Activating traffic announcements................137
Ending traffic announcements.....................138
Local or distant traffic......................................138
To adjust the preset volume...........................138
Traffic announcement volume......................138
Steering Wheel...............................................30
Storage compartments...............................78
Overhead storage compartment...................78
Seat storage...........................................................78
Transmission...................................................85
Trip Computer..................................................57
Switching Off the Engine............................80
Vehicles with a turbocharger..........................80
Symbols Glossary.............................................5
Average fuel consumption...............................58
Average speed.......................................................58
Distance to empty...............................................58
Menu.........................................................................58
Odometer................................................................57
Outside air temperature....................................58
Tripmeter.................................................................57
Type 1 information display.................................57
Type 2 information display................................57
Symbols in this handbook...................................5
Symbols on your vehicle......................................5
T
Technical Specifications
See: Capacities and Specifications.............124
Telephone commands...............................158
Type approvals..............................................163
Create a phonebook.........................................160
Main settings........................................................162
Phone......................................................................158
Phone functions..................................................158
FCC/INDUSTRY CANADA NOTICE..............163
RX-42 - declaration of conformity...............163
Tyre Care...........................................................119
Tyre Pressures
Telephone controls......................................146
Remote control...................................................146
See: Technical Specifications........................120
Telephone setup...........................................145
Tyres
Bond another Bluetooth phone....................146
Making a phone an active phone.................145
Phonebook............................................................145
Phonebook categories......................................145
See: Wheels and Tyres......................................115
U
Telephone........................................................145
Under Bonnet Overview - 1.8L
Duratorq-TDCi (Lynx) Diesel/1.8L
Duratorq-TDDi (Lynx) Diesel................107
Using hill start assist....................................89
General Information..........................................145
Telephone
See: Using the telephone - Vehicles With:
Navigation System........................................148
See: Using the telephone - Vehicles Without:
Navigation System.........................................147
Activating the system........................................89
Deactivating the system...................................89
Disabling the system..........................................90
Using seat belts during pregnancy...........19
Using Snow Chains......................................120
Using Stability Control.................................87
Using the Parking Aid....................................91
Towing a Trailer...............................................94
Steep gradients....................................................94
Towing Points................................................103
Front towing eye.................................................103
Rear towing eye...................................................103
Tourneo Connect................................................103
Transit Connect...................................................103
Towing the Vehicle on Four
Wheels..........................................................103
Towing................................................................94
Track selection................................................141
172
Index
W
Using the telephone - Vehicles With:
Navigation System....................................148
Changing the active phone.............................149
Debonding a bonded phone..........................150
Making a call........................................................149
Muting the microphone...................................149
Receiving an incoming call.............................149
Receiving a second incoming call................149
Warning Lamps and Indicators..................51
ABS warning lamp................................................51
Airbag warning lamp............................................51
Brake system warning lamp..............................51
Direction indicator.................................................51
Door open warning lamp....................................51
Engine warning lamps........................................52
Front fog lamp indicator....................................52
Glow plug indicator..............................................52
Headlamp indicator.............................................52
Ignition warning lamp.........................................52
Low fuel level warning lamp............................52
Main beam indicator...........................................52
Message indicator................................................52
Oil pressure warning lamp................................53
Rear fog lamp indicator......................................53
Seat belt reminder...............................................53
Service interval indicator...................................53
Shift indicator........................................................53
Stability control (ESP) and traction control
warning lamp....................................................53
Water-in-fuel indicator.......................................53
Using the telephone - Vehicles Without:
Navigation System....................................147
Changing the active phone.............................148
Debonding a bonded phone..........................148
Making a call.........................................................147
Muting the microphone...................................148
Receiving an incoming call..............................147
Receiving a second incoming call.................147
Using Traction Control.................................88
Using voice control........................................151
Name tag...............................................................152
System operation................................................151
Using Winter Tyres.......................................120
V
Vehicle battery................................................114
Vehicle care......................................................112
Vehicle Identification Number.................123
Vehicle Identification Plate.......................123
Vehicle identification...................................123
Vehicle recovery............................................103
Ventilation
Warning Triangle............................................96
Washer Fluid Check......................................110
Washers
See: Wipers and Washers.................................33
Washing
See: Cleaning the Exterior.................................112
Waveband button.........................................137
Wheels and Tyres..........................................115
See: Climate Control...........................................62
Vents
General Information...........................................115
Technical Specifications..................................120
See: Air Vents.........................................................62
VIN
Windows and Mirrors....................................47
Windscreen Washers....................................34
Windscreen Wipers.......................................33
See: Vehicle Identification Number.............123
Voice control....................................................151
Principle of Operation........................................151
Intermittent wipe..................................................33
Voice Control.....................................................31
Winter Tyres
See: Using Winter Tyres...................................120
Wipers and Washers.....................................33
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