Volvo 2013, S60 Quick start guide

Volvo 2013, S60 Quick start guide
VOLVO S60
QUICK GUIDE
WEB EDITION
WELCOME TO YOUR NEW VOLVO!
Getting to know your new car is an exciting experience.
Take a look at this Quick Guide to learn some of the most common functions
quickly and easily.
All warning texts, and other important and detailed information, are only
available in the owner's manual – this folder only contains a small selection.
In addition, the owner's manual contains the latest and most current
information.
Options are marked with an asterisk (*).
There is further information concerning your car at www.volvocars.com
REMOTE CONTROL KEY WITH PCC* – PERSONAL CAR COMMUNICATOR
PCC*
1 Green light: The car is locked.
2 Yellow light: The car is unlocked.
3 Red light: The alarm has been triggered.
4 Flashing alternating red light: Alarm triggered less than 5 minutes ago.
Locks doors and boot lid and arms the
alarm*.
Unlocks the doorsA and boot lid and
disarms the alarm.
Unlocks the boot lid – pressing twice
opens it by a few cm.
Approach light duration. Switches on the
lamps in the side mirrors*, the direction
indicators and parking lamps, at the
number plate, passenger compartment
and floor.
Panic function. Held down for approx. 3
seconds in an emergency to trigger the
alarm.
Information on the car can be obtained
within a radius of 100 metres.
– Press the button and wait 7 seconds.
Pressing the button out of range shows
the last status stored in the memory.
A
Automatic relocking takes place if a door/boot
lid has not been opened within 2 minutes after
unlocking.
START THE ENGINE
1. Insert the remote control key in the ignition
switch and push in the key to its end position.
3. Briefly press the button to
start the engine.
2. Depress the clutch or brake pedal.
COLD START
NOTE
After a cold start the idling speed is high irrespective of outside temperature. A period of
raised idling speed is part of Volvo's efficient
emissions system.
During cold starts diesel engines have a certain delay in starting because the combustion
chambers have to be preheated.
SWITCH OFF THE ENGINE AND REMOVE
THE REMOTE CONTROL KEY
1. Briefly press the button
– the engine stops.
2. Pull the remote control
key out from the ignition
switch.
BLIS – BLIND SPOT INFORMATION
SYSTEM*
If the BLIS' indication lamp illuminates despite
no vehicle being in the blind spot, the cause
could be reflection from wet road surface or
low sun shining into the camera for example.
In the event of a direct fault in the system the
display shows the text Blind spot syst. Service required.
KEY POSITIONS
In order to reach the following key positions without the engine starting: Do not depress the brake/
clutch pedal.
0 Unlock the car.
I With the remote control key fully inserted into the ignition switch: Briefly press START/STOP
ENGINE.
II With the remote control key fully inserted into the ignition switch: Press START/STOP ENGINE
for about 2 seconds.
Key position II consumes a lot of current from the battery and should therefore be avoided!
See also the table in the section "Key positions" in the normal owner's manual for the car for
information on the functions/systems that can be used with the engine switched off in different key
positions.
To return to key position 0 from position II and I: Briefly press START/STOP ENGINE.
KEYLESS* KEY SYSTEM
The key can remain in a pocket, for example, the
whole time.
LOCK & ARM THE CAR ALARM
– Touch the rear section of one of the outer
door handles (see illustration) or press lightly
on the smaller of the boot lid's two rubberised buttons.
UNLOCK & DISARM THE ALARM
– Grip a door handle and open the door in the
usual way (a glove may prevent the function)
or press lightly on the larger of the boot lid's
two rubberised buttons.
START THE ENGINE
– Depress the brake/clutch pedal and briefly
press the START/STOP ENGINE button.
SWITCH OFF THE ENGINE
– Briefly press the START/STOP ENGINE
button.
See the owner's manual, section "Locks and
alarm", for more information.
WINDSCREEN WIPERS AND RAIN SENSOR*
A
Single sweep
0
Off
B
Intermittent wiper, see also (2)
C
Normal sweep speed
D
High sweep speed
E
Washer, windscreen and headlamps
Shown in the display when the rain sensor is active
1 Rain sensor On/Off, with the lever in position 0.
2 Regulates the sensor sensitivity or the intermittent delay.
AUDIO SYSTEM
1 Turn to adjust the volume.
2 Long press for ON/OFF. Short press for
audio off/on
3 Press to select AM, FM1, FM2, DAB1*,
DAB2*.
4 Press to select e.g. Disc, USB*, iPod®*,
AUXA, Bluetooth*, TV*.
RADIO
6 Turn to select station.
7 Search station with left/right arrow. Long
press scrolls between strong stations,
short press scrolls between stored stations.
Store the station by pressing in one of the
numeric keys 0–9 until the display confirms
storage.
8 Press to select sound pattern, such as
Bass, Treble or Surround* - Turn VOL (1)
to adjust.
A
AUX input for e.g. MP3 player (set volume to medium
for optimum audio reproduction). AUX audio source
volume is adjusted with TUNE (6).
B
The iPod® trademark belongs to Apple Computer Inc.
CD/DVD* player
5 Press to eject the disc.
6 Turn to change CD track from the track list.
7 Change CD track using left/right arrow, fast
forward/rewind with a long press.
Thumbwheel* in steering wheel: browse in the
menus.
One press on the thumbwheel confirms a selection (OK) in the menu system.
An iPod®B or MP3 player can be connected to
the audio system via the centre console's AUX
connection or USB port. An iPod® connected to
the USB port will also be charged.
RADIO SYSTEM DAB*
The digital broadcasting system, Digital Audio
Broadcasting, offers High Quality radio and even
more channels.
ELECTRONIC CLIMATE CONTROL – ECC*
AUTOMATIC CONTROL
In AUTO mode the ECC system controls all
functions automatically, making driving simpler
with optimum air quality.
1 Turn for the individual temperature on
the left/right-hand side of the passenger
compartment. The display shows the selected temperature.
8 Press for automatic control of selected temperature and other functions.
MANUAL CONTROL
2 Heating, left/right-hand seat.
3 Max. defroster. Directs all air towards the
windscreen and side windows, with maximum air flow.
4 Turn to change the fan speed.
5 Air distribution.
6 Rear window and side mirror defrosters
On/Off.
7 Recirculation.
9 AC – Air conditioning On/Off. Cools the
passenger compartment and demists the
windows.
STORAGE SPACES, 12 V SOCKET & AUX/USB*
The 12 V sockets in the passenger compartment
work in key position I. The 12 V socket* in the
cargo area is always active.
The car's audio system can playback music
from an MP3 player etc. using the AUX/USB*
output.
IMPORTANT
Using the 12 V socket in the cargo area when
the engine is switched off could discharge
the battery.
DRIVE*
The DRIVe function activates a program that helps the driver to reduce
fuel consumption and emissions.
With Start/Stop the engine can be set to stop/
start automatically in stationary traffic.
DRIVe can be switched off. Illuminated button
lamp indicates that the function is active.
TRIP COMPUTER AND TRIP METERS
1 Low fuel level. When the lamp is illuminated, fill with fuel as soon as possible.
2 T1 & T2 – independent trip meters, which
are always active.
3 Fuel gauge. The symbol's arrow points out
the side on which the fuel cap is located.
4 Display, trip computer. Select function with
5
6
7
8
(8).
Clock. Adjusted in the MY CAR menu
system or with (6).
One short press switches between T1 & T2.
One long press resets the current meter.
Setting the clock: turn to the end position
and then turn past the end position with a
"click".
Press to show/clear message.
Turn to see the trip computer's options.
ADJUSTING THE STEERING WHEEL
9 One short press resets the trip computer's
current function.
One long press resets all trip computer
functions.
NOTE
Display text _ _ _ km to empty tank is an
estimate of the possible distance left to drive,
based on earlier driving conditions.
BLUETOOTH*
1. Makes mobile phone searchable/visible.
2. Hold in the audio system's TEL key.
3. Select Add phone from the audio system
display.
4. Select the phone to be connected.
5. Input the digits shown in the audio system
display using the mobile phone's keypad.
WARNING
Adjust the steering wheel before starting to
drive – never do this while driving.
1. Release the catch.
2. Adjust.
DRIVER SUPPORT SYSTEM
City Safety™ is a driver tool and can never
replace the driver's attention to the traffic or
the responsibility to drive the vehicle in a safe
manner.
City Safety™ and Collision Warning with
Auto-Brake & Pedestrian detection*
These functions help the driver to avoid a collision in situations when changes in the traffic
ahead, combined with a lapse in attention, could
lead to an incident.
The function is active at speeds below 30 km/h
and helps the driver by monitoring the traffic
ahead with a laser sensor fitted in the upper part
of the windscreen.
City Safety™ can help avoid a collision if the
speed difference between your car and the
vehicle in front is less than 15 km/h.
If the speed difference is greater then a collision
cannot be avoided, but the speed of the initial
impact is reduced. City Safety™ is designed to
be activated as late as possible in order to avoid
unnecessary interventions.
WARNING
Pedestrian detection (detector for pedestrians in front of the car) gives no warning or
brake intervention at vehicle speeds above
80 km/h and it does not work in the dark or
in tunnels.
The function cannot detect a pedestrian who:
oĺ is partially obscured
oĺ is shorter than 80 cm tall
oĺ is wearing clothing that conceals the
contours of the body.
Other driver support systems
In order to help the driver to e.g. brake in time,
maintain a safe distance to other vehicles and to
notice vehicles moving in the same direction as
the car, in the so-called blind spot, or to maintain a good position on the carriageway, the car
can be equipped with a number of systems:
oĺ Adaptive cruise control (man)*
oĺ Adaptive cruise control with Queue Assistant (aut)*
oĺ Distance Warning*
oĺ BLIS – (Blind Spot Information System)*
oĺ Driver Alert Control*
oĺ Lane Departure Warning*.
See the owner's manual, section "Comfort and
driving pleasure", for more information about the
functions and their limitations.
The driver is always responsible that the
vehicle is driven in a correct manner and with
a safety distance adapted to the speed.
EBA – EMERGENCY BRAKE ASSIST
CAR CARE
Emergency Brake Assistance helps to increase
brake force and so reduce braking distance.
EBA is activated when the driver brakes suddenly. When EBA is activated the brake pedal
depresses a little more than usual.
– Press (hold) down the brake pedal for as long
as necessary – all braking ceases if the pedal
is released.
Handwashing is gentler on the paintwork than
an automatic car wash. The paintwork is also
more sensitive when it is new. For this reason,
handwashing is recommended during the first
few months with a new car.
Use clean water and a washing sponge.
Remember that dirt ad grit can scratch the
paintwork.
HEADLAMP CONTROL
A
Main beam flash
B
Main/dipped beam switching and
Home safe light duration
ADJUSTING THE FRONT SEAT
Rear fog lamp (driver's side only)
Automatic (certain markets)/deactivated dipped beam. Main beam flash
working but not fixed main beam
Parking lamps
Dipped beam. Switches off when the
engine is switched off. Main beam can
be activated
Opens petrol tank cap
1
2
3
4
5
6
Lumbar support
Backrest rake.
Raise/lower seat.
Raise/lower the front of the seat cushion.
Forwards/backwards.
Lowering the passenger seat backrest.
Manual headlamp levelling (automatic
for Xenon* lights)
Unlocking the boot lid
PARKING BRAKE
To apply
- Press the button. The warning lamp flashes
until the parking brake is fully applied – after
which the lamp stays on.
To disengage
1. Key position 0 or I.
2. Depress the brake pedal and pull the button
gently.
Disengage automatically
– Drive away. (For cars with automatic transmission, the seatbelt must be buckled).
TP 14463 (English). AT 1146. Printed in Sweden, Göteborg 2011. Copyright © 2000-2012 Volvo Car Corporation.
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