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Introduction
Chapter 1
Introduction
Introduction
Before reading this User‟s Manual,
you should understand the
following things.
Thanks for your purchase of Chery vehicle.
In order to operate your vehicle properly
and guarantee your rights and benefits,
please spend some time to read this
manual carefully.
This manual provides the important
instructions and hints on the daily driving
and regular maintenance and care, with the
purpose for your familiarity with the
operation of your vehicle. Only the more
understanding to your vehicle can
guarantee the safety and economy of the
vehicle driving as well as enjoy the
pleasure thereof.
Any improper operation may damage your
vehicle as well as may be deprived of your
maintenance right.
The periodical maintenance to your
vehicle will help maintain the driving
performance and used value of your
vehicle. The Chery authorized service
stations all over the country boasted
numerous repair experts to provide you
with service anytime.
The repair personnel of all authorized
service stations, who passed the
professional trainings, can properly repair
your vehicle and vehicle equipment. The
spare parts in Chery authorized service
station are of Chery genuine spare parts.
Equipment Scope
This manual defined the maximum
possible equipment scope installed in
accordance with the Eastars series
(SQR7240&SQR7200) model plan till the
print date, namely for all the standard
equipment and optional equipment in
Eastars series model, some equipment may
be supplied in the future or may be only
available in certain markets. Therefore,
some items in this manual may not apply
to your vehicle.
This vehicle model is equipped with two
types of engine (Mitsubishi and ACTECO),
and users can read it according to different
symbols.
Alarm Symbols within This
Manual
During the vehicle operation, to
reduce the damage to the vehicle
and the vehicle equipment and to
avoid the person injury, you can findthe
answers in this manual, which is included
in the explanation for the alarm symbols
with triangle. Please read carefully and
abide by the contents thereof.
The equipment marked with
asterisk (*) is only used in lot
size on certain model structures,
which is supplied as optional equipment
for some models or is only available in
certain markets.
When this symbol is present on
the vehicle, make sure to read
the related chapters of this
manual before any operations.
Environmental Protection
We
must
contribute
our
responsibility and liability in the
working
of
environmental
protection. It’s the important step to
achieve such objective by operating your
vehicle properly and disposing the used
cleaning articles and lubricating materials
in accordance with the laws and
regulations. This manual displayed the
information on this aspect by means of
tree symbol.
Introduction
New Vehicle Inspection
Before delivering the vehicle to you, the
dealer of Chery Company has already
performed the vehicle inspection in
accordance with the regulations of Chery
Automobile Co., Ltd.
The dealer of Chery Company should fill
in the vehicle delivery date in the "Vehicle
Delivery Inspection Certificate‖ column of
this manual and seal with the stamp of
dealing agency.
The dealer should verify the entire vehicle
performance and introduce the operation
knowledge of the vehicle against the
―Chery Vehicle Sale & Delivery Card‖
that to be dually signed by the salesman
and the user.
Run in of New Vehicle
Due to the manufacture and assembling
deviations, the frication resistances
between the moving components of the
new vehicle at the initial stage of
operation will be much greater than the
ones in normal condition. The run in
effects of the vehicle at the initial stage of
operation will exert great influence on the
use lifetime, working reliability and
economy of the vehicle, therefore, the use
of the new vehicle must abide by the run
in regulations strictly.
Run in Regulation within 1,000km



Full speed driving is absolutely
prohibited;
Generally, do not drive the vehicle at
the speed above 100 km/h;
Avoid driving at the top speed at
whichever gear.
Run in Regulation from 1,000km
to 1,500km

Increase to the top speed gradually or
drive at the allowable max engine
speed.
Notice during Run in Period:
For the driving of vehicles with engine
tachometer, the allowed short period top
engine speed is 6,000r/min. During the
manual gearshift, make sure to shift to the
next high gear when the engine tachometer
indicator reaches red indication area at the
latest.
Avoid the running of engine at
unnecessary high speed. The
earliest shift to high gear will help
save the fuel, reduce the working noise as
well as diminish the environmental
pollution.
The engine speed should not be excessive
low during driving. Shift to the low gear
when the engine runs toughly.
In cold state, you don’t run the engine at
top speed at neutral gear or any other drive
gear.
Introduction
The new tires don’t have the best adhesion
at the beginning of use; therefore, the tires
also need run in. The vehicle speed should
be relatively low during the first 100km
driving and the driving should be
extremely careful.
The new brake friction lining also needs
run in, since the brake doesn't have ideal
friction force during the first 200km
driving. During this period the brake
effects are a little poor, therefore the
pressure on brake pedal may be reasonably
increased. Such condition is also
applicable each time the friction lining is
replaced with a new one.
When the new vehicle traveled for 800km,
the wheel nuts must be re-tightened to the
specified torque. Please refer to the
chapter ―Capability and Specification
Parameters‖ of this manual for correct
torque values. Also, if the wheel has been
replaced or the wheel nuts have been
loosened, then the wheel nuts should be
re-tightened in accordance with the
specified torque after traveling for 800km.

“One-To-One” Service
In order to provide you with better service
and vehicle use, the dealer of Chery
Company will appoint one service
consultant to serve you at the purchase of
your vehicle. In case of any problems
during your vehicle use, you may contact
your service consultant, who will provide
you with the best services.
Introduction
Vehicle Delivery Inspection Evidence:
This is to certify that this vehicle has completed the
vehicle delivery inspection defined by Chery
Automobile Co., Ltd. and its quality met with the
technical specification of Chery Automobile Co., Ltd.
Vehicle Owner
Responsible Service Station Name
Name (Unit)
Address
Vehicle Delivery Date: _____________
Principal
Tel:
Dealer Stamp:
Tel:
Introduction
Vehicle Delivery Date
Dealer Stamp
Model:
Body VIN No:
Engine Serial No.:
Transmission Serial No.:
Introduction
Chery Vehicle Sale & Delivery Sheet
Category
No.
Item
Whether inspected OK and
Entire Vehicle Performance
clearly explained
1
Engine
Yes
□
No
□
2
Engine oil, brake liquid, steering liquid, coolant, battery liquid
Yes
□
No
□
3
VIN number, engine serial number, nameplate and other identifications
Yes
□
No
□
4
Entire vehicle locks and keys
Yes
□
No
□
5
Entire vehicle lamps, including head lamp, turn lamp, fog lamp, combined lamp,
Yes
□
No
□
compartment lamp, brake lamp, backup lamp, tail lamp, reading lamp, door
lamp, and instrument lamp
6
Windscreen glass and body paint
Yes
□
No
□
7
Speedometer, engine tachometer, odometer
Yes
□
No
□
8
Hub cap, spare tire in luggage compartment, vehicle attached tools and entire
Yes
□
No
□
vehicle operation manual
9
Safety belt, cigarette lighter, A/C switches and vent, glove box and sun visor
Yes
□
No
□
10
Glass lifter, rear view mirror, wiper, washer, horn, radio (CD player) and
Yes
□
No
□
antenna
Introduction
1
93# gasoline fuel
Yes
□
No
□
2
Normal operation during run in
Yes
□
No
□
3
Operation of entire vehicle lamps
Yes
□
No
□
4
Meaning of alarm indicators
Yes
□
No
□
5
Correct maintenance period and mileage
Yes
□
No
□
Operation
6
Vehicle maintenance items in winter and summer.
Yes
□
No
□
Knowledge
7
Correct understanding of cooling system/coolant usage.
Yes
□
No
□
8
Correct operation of A/C
Yes
□
No
□
9
Notices for vehicle start
Yes
□
No
□
10
Correct operation of audio equipment
Yes
□
No
□
Salesman Signature:
Date:
User Signature:
Date:
Introduction
User Name:
Sales Agency:
Vehicle VIN Number:
Vehicle Purchase Date:
Model:
Following items should be validated by the user:
I. Related items confirmation at vehicle delivery (―√" for Yes as
―×‖ for No)
 Basic vehicle operation method has been introduced and the
onsite delivery inspection is certified OK.
 Quality warranty policy has been introduced.
 Vehicle driving notice has been introduced.
 The importance of vehicle periodical maintenance and
maintenance period/mileage has been introduced.
 The importance of vehicle maintenance/repair at Chery
authorized service station has been noted.
 Maintenance Manual and User’s Manual has been handed over
and the reading is reminded.
 The function and operation method of service hotline of Chery
Company has been noted.
II. ―One-To-One‖ counseling service mode introduction (―√‖ for
Yes as ―×‖ for No)
 Contact the service counsel instead of anyone else in case of
any problems or needs.
 The service counsel appointed by the service station is the
exclusive person to communicate and contact with the user.
 One user is only served by one service counsel: "One-To-One‖
 User may choose other service consultant when dissatisfied
with current service consultant.
III. Major Job introduction of service counsel (―√‖ for Yes as ―×‖
for No)
 Repair maintenance service reception
 Complaint acceptance
 Periodical maintenance reminding visits
 Repair/Maintenance consultant explanation
 Periodical greeting visits
 Repair/maintenance reservation acceptance
 Service activity reminding visits
 Annual authentication reminding/acceptance
 Important festival greeting
 Other activities of user’s needs
IV. Establishment
relationship.
of
―One-To-One‖
counseling
service
Service Counsel Card
User Signature/Date:
Service Counsel Signature/Date:
Form One Saved by Service stations
“One-To-One” Counseling Service Card
Introduction
User Name:
Sales Agency:
Vehicle VIN Number:
Vehicle Purchase Date:
Model:
Following items should be validated by the user:
I. Related items confirmation at vehicle delivery (―√" for Yes as
―×‖ for No)
 Basic vehicle operation method has been introduced and the
onsite delivery inspection is certified OK.
 Quality warranty policy has been introduced.
 Vehicle driving notices have been introduced.
 The importance of vehicle periodical maintenance and
maintenance period/mileage has been introduced.
 The importance of vehicle maintenance/repair at Chery
authorized service station has been noted.
 Maintenance Manual and User’s Manual has been handed over
and the reading is reminded.
 The function and operation method of service hotline of Chery
Company has been noted.
II. ―One-To-One‖ counseling service mode introduction (―√‖ for
Yes as ―×‖ for No)
 Contact the service counsel instead of anyone else in case of
any problems or needs.
 The service counsel appointed by the service station is the
exclusive person to communicate and contact with the user.
 One user is only served by one service counsel: "One-To-One‖
 User may choose other service counsel when dissatisfied with
current service counsel.
III. Major job introduction of service counsel (―√‖ for Yes as ―×‖
for No).
 Repair maintenance service reception
 Complaint acceptance
 Periodical maintenance reminding visits
 Repair/Maintenance counsel explanation
 Periodical greeting visits
 Repair/maintenance reservation acceptance
 Service activity reminding visits
 Annual authentication reminding/acceptance
 Important festival greeting
 Other activities of user’s needs
IV. Establishment
relationship.
of
―One-To-One‖
counseling
service
Service Counsel Card
User Signature/Date:
Service Counsel Signature/Date:
Form Two Saved by Customers
“One-To-One” Counseling Service Card
Instrument Panel
Common Vehicle Symbol Instruction
Symbol
Definition
Definition
Front and rear side
Please refer to the
power window
User Manual
Rear window switch
Symbol
Definition
Parking lamp
Safety warning
Sound alarm
Rear fog lamp
Power seat
Fuel
Front fog lamp
Cigarette lighter
A/C system
Brake system
prohibited
A/C
Symbol
Brake
pad
alarm
indicator
Electronic throttle
Trouble indicator
Instrument Panel
Symbol
Definition
ABS
Engine
self-examination
trouble light
Symbol
Definition
Fasten the safety belt
Danger flash alarm
lamp
Engine coolant fan
Power + pole
Head lamp switch
Air bag
Battery
Symbol
Definition
Interior lamp
Horn
No fire
Anti-sideslip
indicator lamp
Rear window heating
Rear
indicator
heating
view
mirror
Instrument Panel
Symbol
Definition
Symbol
Definition
Caution---fan
High beam lamp
Acidic
Low beam lamp
Air bag identification
Trouble
lamp
indicator
Snowfield
indicator lamp
Definition
Windscreen
Jack
AT
Symbol
defrosting
Vehicle maintenance
indicator
mode
Wiper switch
Instrument Panel
Chapter 2
Instrument Panel
Instrument Panel
Instrument Panel (
)
Instrument Panel
Dashboard (
)
Instrument Panel
Warning Device
Warning device indicates operating status
of driver’s car and whether the vehicle has
some problems that possibly result in
serious damages or injuries. If the car fails
in some system function, the warning
indicator concerned will light up or blink.
When ignition switch is turned on, the
majority warning indicators should be ON
for a short period, indicating system
self-check underway. If some warning
indicator remains OFF, please turn to
Chery chartered service station for help. If
some warning indicator keeps ON or
blinking after the engine is started, please
turn to Chery chartered service station
immediately for examination and repairs
of relevant systems.
Low fuel
indicator
level
warning
When oil level of fuel tank is short of 10
liters, the indicator will be immediately
ON for alarming, while fuel gauge pointer
will point to the red alarm scale mark.
When the indicator is ON, please replenish
fuel.
driving at a high speed. Refer to the
Section ―Braking‖ for important points for
attention related to use of the ABS system.
Parking braking warning
indicator
ABS warning indicator
When ignition switch is turned on, the
indicator will be ON for a short period,
and the ABS system will have a self-check
to determine if the system functions well.
If the indicator keeps ON or blinking after
the ignition switch is turned on or during
the journey, it suggests that the ABS
system is being impaired by fault(s).
However, the vehicle still functions in
conventional braking (without ABS),
unless otherwise the braking system alarm
lamp also lights up. In such a case, turn to
Chery chartered service station for
examination & repairs as early as possible;
but you should drive prudently, avoiding
The indicator functions only when ignition
switch is turned on.
The indicator will keep ON if the parking
brake lever is pulled up.
Braking system warning
indicator
When ignition switch is turned on and the
indicator is ON, it is suggested that the
brake fluid level is so low that more brake
fluid should be filled to raise the level
between MIN mark and MAX mark.
Please ask Chery chartered service station
to check the system.
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If the braking system
warning indicator lights up
during running, it is shown
that one of the dual braking loop has
a fault. In such a case, drive
prudently. Turn to Chery chartered
service station nearby immediately
for examination & repair by
professionals. In consideration of
serious degrading of braking
performance and prolonged braking
distance, a much longer distance
should be kept from the car in the
front during running. Press the
pedal hard in braking according to
the situation.
If ABS warning indicator and
braking system warning indicator
keep ON simultaneously, stop your
car immediately with safety assured.
Please put the car at Chery
chartered
service
station
for
inspection of the braking system.
Door
Open
indicator
warning
When ignition switch is turned on, the
warning indicator will be ON to prompt
driver to well fasten the safety belt if the
driver doesn’t have his safety belt
fastened.
Engine fault indicator
When ignition switch is turned on, the
indicator will be ON if any car door fails
to be closed rightly.
Parking/position indicator
(green)
The indicator will be ON when the
position indicator lights up.
Seat belt warning indicator
When ignition switch is turned on, the
warning indicator will be ON to show that
electrical control system of engine is under
self-check. If the system has no faults, the
indicator shall be OFF after the engine is
started.
If during running, the indicator is ON, it is
shown that the electrical control system of
engine has a fault. Please turn to Chery
chartered service station for examination
& repair as quickly as possible.
Electric
indicator (
throttle
)
fault
Instrument Panel
When ignition switch is turned on, the
warning indicator is ON, and electrical
control system of engine will make a
self-check of electric throttle. If the system
has no faults, the indicator shall be OFF
when the self-check is over. If the
indicator keeps ON, check the electric
throttle necessarily.
If during running, the indicator is ON, it is
shown that the electric throttle of engine
has a fault. Please turn to Chery chartered
service station for examination & repair as
quickly as possible.
Automatic transmission
fault indicator (
)
matter whether the vehicle is on the run.
Stop driving it and contact Chery
chartered service station immediately.
Automatic
indicator (
)
When ignition switch is in the position of
ON, press down the ON button of cruising
controller, and the automatic cursing
indicator in the dashboard blinks to
suggest initiation of pre-cruising; if during
running, automatic cruising system works,
the indicator keeps constantly ON to show
that the system is at work.
Snow mode
( )
When automatic transmission circuit has a
fault, automatic transmission fault
indicator should be constantly ON if
ignition switch is in the position of ON, no
cruising
indicator
When ignition switch is in the position of
ON, press down the snow mode button
near the gear shift operating rod, and the
snow mode indicator in the dashboard will
be ON. Start the engine and push the
operating rod at the position D (Drive),
and the speed variator starts at 2nd gear to
drive your car (it is suggested that the
mode be selected when starting is done
from such roads as cladded by snow with
low attachment coefficient). Then, press
down the snow mode button, and the snow
mode indicator in the dashboard is OFF;
the system exits from the snow mode.
High beam indicator
The indicator will be ON when high beam
is used or front headlight blinks.
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Steering signal indicator
There are indicator lamp, left turn and
indicator lamp, right turn. When the
indicator lamp, left turn or right turn is
turned on, the steering signal indicator
concerned will blink (relatively slow).
When hazard warning flasher is set on, the
indicator lamp, left turn, indicator lamp,
right turn, and left –and-right turn signal
indicator will blink simultaneously.
If a turn signal indicator blinks at a two
times normal rate, it is shown that the turn
light concerned has a fault.
Airbag warning indicator
( )
When ignition switch is turned on, fault
check indicator should be OFF after
blinking six times. If the fault indicator
lasts 6 seconds and is then OFF, it is
shown that some fault code exists though
it doesn’t affect regular work of the airbag
system.
If during running, the fault indicator is ON,
it is shown that there is a fault. Send the
car to Chery chartered service station for
system check.
Low engine oil pressure
warning indicator
When ignition switch is turned on, the
indicator should blink immediately, and
should be OFF after the engine is started.
If the indicator is not OFF after the engine
is started or blinks during running, please
stop the car immediately to quench the
engine and check the engine oil level.
If the oil level is over low, replenish oil
immediately.
Please turn to Chery
chartered service station
for check if engine oil is
consumed too quickly.
Power indicator
When ignition switch is turned on, the
indicator is ON. It should be OFF after the
engine is started.
If the indicator is not OFF or is ON during
running, stop the car immediately, shut off
the engine, and check dynamo belt.
If the dynamo belt is normal, please keep
on driving to Chery chartered service
station nearest for examination & repair
immediately.
However,
accumulator
battery will keep continuous discharge
during running. Thereby, all unnecessary
electric appliances should be turned off,
including air conditioning system.
If dynamo belt has been damaged,
continuous driving should be suspended.
Ask professionals for examination &
repair.
Instrument Panel
Coolant
lamp
temp
warning
When ignition switch is turned on, the
indicator will be OFF after being ON for
seconds. If the indicator fails to be OFF
after several seconds or lights up during
running, stop the car immediately, shut off
the engine, cool the engine, and check
coolant level. Contact Chery chartered
service station immediately.
Beware of scalding!
When the engine is hot,
cooling system is at high
temperature and under high
pressure. Therefore, open radiator
cap only when the engine is cooled.
Keep off radiator fan!
Luggage
compartment
gate open warning lamp
(
)
The indicator appears at the display screen
above central air outlet of instrument panel.
When ignition switch is turned on, the
indicator will be ON if luggage
compartment gate fails to be closed
rightly.
Windscreen
indicator (
washing
)
Sideslip
indicator (
protection
)
The indicator appears at the display screen
above central air outlet of instrument panel.
The indicator is ON when sideslip
protection function is enabled.
TCS indicator (
)
TCS
The indicator appears at the display screen
above central air outlet of instrument panel.
The indicator is ON when tractive force
control system works.
The indicator appears at the display screen
above central air outlet of instrument panel.
The indicator is ON when windshield
wiper works.
Brake
strip
warning lamp (
thickness
)
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The indicator is ON for alarming when the
brake strip is heavily worn. Drive
carefully and hurry to a service station for
brake strip replacement.
Servicing &
indicator ( )
maintenance
When mileage counter reads preset
mileage accumulated (5000km), the
warning indicator will be ON to prompt
users to go to a service station for
servicing and maintenance of the entire
car.
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Instruments
Instrument Panel
Engine
gauge
coolant
temp
station for examination & repair, if the
pointer remains in this range for long.
Between L and
temperature range
H–Normal
The pointer should remain in this range in
normal running status.
The pointer may deviate from this range
when external temperature is very high
and the engine has a very workload. The
car can still run normally, if coolant
warning lamp is not ON. If coolant
warning lamp is ON for alarming, the
engine should be shut off, and the cooling
system should be checked.
Higher than H–Overheated range
It displays engine coolant temperature.
Lower than L–Low temperature
range
The engine works in this range for a short
duration during warming-up process. In
this range, avoid rotation of engine at high
rate; workload of engine shouldn’t be over
high.
Please turn to Chery chartered service
When the pointer falls within the red range,
please have your car stopped in a safe way.
Turn off ignition switch and pinpoint
causes to the problem after the engine
cools off.
Beware of scalding!
Don‟t open water box
cover if the engine is still
hot. The engine can‟t be started only
when faults are well dealt with.
Note:
Installation of auxiliary front headlight in
the front of the cold air inlet under front
bumper will affect circulation of cooling
blast, disadvantageous to cooling of
engine.
The engine is easily overheated, if external
temperature is very high and the engine
works with a heavy load.
Front spoiler also directs cooling air. If it
is damaged or even ruptures due to
collision, the engine many be overheated.
Please turn to Chery chartered service
station for repair and restoration.
Instrument Panel
Fuel quantity gauge
Please replenish fuel when low oil level
warning indicator is ON. See ―Low fuel
level warning indicator‖.
Mileage counter and digital
clock (
)
Speed meter
Fuel tank capacity: 60L
When the pointer reaches the empty oil
position (E, arrow position), there is still
10L fuel in the tank approximately.
The pointer will float to the full oil
position (F) after a car fully fuelled runs
for a distance.
The fuel that can be filled is lower than
nominal volume when the car is refueled,
due to residual oil.
It indicates current running speed of the
car.
Notice:
Speed meter is affected by tire size of the
car. Please use Chery tire of original size.
Otherwise, speed meter can’t display
vehicle speed correctly.
Gear shifting is displayed on the left of
mileage counter; overall mileage is
displayed in low right part; and time or
single-trip mileage is displayed in right
upper part.
Time is displayed in two modes, namely,
pointer type and digital type.
Switching and adjustment of time and
single-trip mileage as follows:
Switch between time and single-trip
mileage through operating tuning and reset
button on speed meter.
 When mileage counter displays
single-trip mileage, press down the
tuning and reset button on speed meter
for long to set to zero.
 When mileage counter displays time,
press down the running and reset
button on speed meter for long to
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adjust clock.
Engine speed indicator
To shift to a higher gear at an early time
helps save fuel and reduce running noise.
Once the engine runs unsteady, please
shift to a next lower gear immediately.
Avoid engine running at a
high rotation speed during
running-in period.
It displays engine speed (Rpm).
The red area on the right of the dial
indicates maximum permissible revolution
range at working temperature of engine for
a short period after running-in.
However, it is advised that gear shift
operating rod be pushed to the next higher
gear position or move your foot away
from accelerator pedal at the latest when
the pointer reaches this area.
Notice:
Audio
Chapter 3
Audio
Audio
Note: Read carefully the instructions for audio attached, if the vehicle is not configured with the audio
system below.
Audio
Audio Panel
4 3 2
1
5
10 11
12 13 14 17
22
6
18
15 19
78
16 21 20 9
Audio
Panel description
1— Push for short for start-up; push for long for shutdown;
clockwise rotation for increase in volume; anticlockwise rotation
for decrease in volume.
2— Push the button to shift to playback of CD/MP3.
3— Push the button to shift to FM or AM.
4— Push the button to shift to playback of USB audio source.
5— LCD display.
6— Disc out.
7— AST: Auto Store.
SET: Enter into setup (push for more than 2 seconds).
8— Radio frequency/CD/MP3 audio track scanning.
9— USB interface.
10— Audio effect mode selection.
11— Low frequency scanning (radio)/fast reverse/normal playback
(CD/MP3 playback).
12— Mute.
13— High frequency scanning (radio)/fast forward/normal
playback (CD/MP3 playback).
14— Preset key 1: Push for long for radio.
RANDOM: Push for short for random playback of CD/MP3
disc.
15— Preset key 2: Push for long for radio.
16— Preset key 3: Push for long for radio.
REPEAT: Push for short for repeated playback of CD/MP3
disc.
17— Preset key 4: Push for long for radio.
:: Push for short to page up (USB/MP3 playback).
18— Preset key 5: push for long for radio.
19— Preset key 6: push for long for radio.
:: Push for short to page down (USB/MP3 playback).
20— Next/FF (USB/CD and MP3 playback).
21— Prev/FB (USB/CD and MP3 playback).
22—CD disc entrance.
Clock setup
● Push the SET button for 2 seconds at least to enter into or exit
from the menu of SET UP.
● Push the
button to turn to the ―TIME‖ item.
● Push the SET button to select ―12H‖or ―24H‖.
● Push the
button to pitch on the hour.
— Display example: ―16:33‖ (24H) or ―PM 04:33‖ (12H)
Audio
● Push the SET button to enter into the audio effect mode to select
the option you want to adjust.
● Rotate the ON/OFF button to adjust setup of the audio mode
already chosen.
— The hour option blinks.
● Push the SET key to adjust the hour.
● Push the
button to select the minute.
— The minute option blinks.
● Push the SET button to adjust the minute.
— Push the
button again to return to the hour option for
adjustment.
— Clock runs from the time as regulated.
● Push the SET button for 2 seconds at least to leave the menu of
SET UP.
— If the clock mode has been activated, time will be displayed
after any key is operated for 10 seconds.
— BASS (low pitch) (-7, +7)
— TREBLE (high pitch) (-7, +7)
— BAL (L/R volume balance) (-7, +7)
— FRADER (F/A loudspeaker control) (-7, +7)
— LOUD (Off, Low, Middle and High) (OFF, LOW,
MID, HI)
— Enter into the audio effect mode (BASS-TRE,
JAZZ, VOCAL, POP, CLASSIC, and ROCK)
● The audio effect chosen will be displayed when the selection is
over.
Audio tuning
ON/OFF
● Push the PWR key to turn and off the audio system.
Volume
● Rotate the ON/OFF button to adjust volume.
— Please ensure that you can still hear traffic signals (air siren,
alarm whistle, etc.).
Audio/audio effect mode adjustment
● The display will return to the former operating mode
automatically after 5 seconds.
Notice: Only the audio modes, namely, ―BAL‖, ―FRADER‖ and
―LOUD‖ can be set up in an audio effect mode rather than
―BASS-TRE‖.
Audio
Radio
Waveband
● Push the FM/AM button to select the waveband you want:
Frequency scanning (SCN)
● The frequency scanning feature enables you to listen in each
local station of current waveband for 10 seconds.
● Push the SCN button to enable/disable frequency scanning.
Automatic station search
● Push the
button to tune to LF (low frequency) stations.
● Push the
button to tune to HF (high frequency) stations.
● Push the
or
button to search for another station.
Station search sensitivity
● Switch between local and remote modes. See the ―LO/DX‖ item
of ―Equipment‖.
Manual tuning
● Switch to manual tuning (see the ―TUN‖ option of ―SET UP‖
and set it as ―MAN‖; the host will keep the mode of manual tuning
until you change it back to ―AUTO‖).
● Push the
button to tune into to LF stations.
● Push the
button to tune into HF stations.
CD/MP3 playback
CD/MP3 playback
Auto Store (AST)
You can store 6 most desirable stations in the waveband of FM
AST or 6 stations in the waveband of MW (AM) AST. When you
use the AST feature, the stations originally stored in the FM AST
or MW (AM) waveband will be covered.
● Push the AST button to enter into Auto Store; subsequently,
— The radio set makes a noise (―Hwa‖ sound) and then becomes
mute, and the display blinks;
— Upon completion of storage, the display will stop blinking
when you hear the same noise again.
— Stations are stored at the preset keys 1-6.
— The number of stations may be short of six sometimes.
Preset stations (1-6)
Store stations into preset keys manually.
Store 6 stations into each waveband with preset keys (1-6).
● Tune to each station you want.
● Push the preset key concerned for 2 seconds at least, and you can
hear the noise (―Hwa‖ sound) – current station will be stored into
the preset key.
Call out preset stations
● Push the preset keys (1-6) to call out the stations preset.
Switch to radio
● Push the FM/AM button to switch to the mode of radio to select
the waveband desirable.
● Push the CD button to start playback of CD/MP3 disc.
● Screen display:
Audio
— Audio effect mode (if chosen),
— Track No. and elapsed playback time of current CD/MP3.
Track scanning
The track scanning feature enables you to hear the first 10 seconds
of each track.
● Push the SCN button to enter into track scanning.
● Push again the SCN button to exit from track scanning.
Previous/next track
● Push the
or
button to select the next/previous track.
For example: Push the
button - T002>003; push the
button 003<T004.
● Played when pitched on.
FB/FF
● Push the
or
button for fast forward/backward.
● Another keystroke helps recover normal playback.
Random playback
● Push the RANDOM button to enter into the mode of random
playback.
● Another keystroke helps exit from the mode of random playback.
Repeated playback
● Push the REPEAT button to enter into the mode of repeated
current track play.
● Push the REPEAT button for long again to exit from the mode of
repeated playback.
MP3 disc list selection
● Push the D
button to enter into the next list of MP3 disc.
● Push the D
button to enter into the previous list of MP3
disc.
Disc ejection
● Push the
button to eject the disc.
Disc maintenance
● Don’t leave your fingerprint on disc, please.
● A disc should be placed into a disc box after disc ejection to
avoid being damaged or protect against dust.
● Avoid heating or insolation of disc.
Playback in the USB mode
This audio panel keeps available a MINI USB interface. You can
have your USB memory device connected with the patch cord
furnished by manufacturer.
Document decoding description
— Support audio files: Only the files with the postfix *.mp3
(*MP3) are supported.
— Support the memory unit of 32Mbyte_4G with FLASH as
medium.
— Support mobile HD (single disc space supported only).
— Support Layer 3.
— Support the partition storage modes of FAT16 and FAT32.
— Sampling rates supported: 8K, 16K, 32K, 11.025K, 22.025K,
44.1K, 12K, 24K, and 48 KHz
— Bit rates supported: 8K, 320Kbps and VBR (MP3 PRO)
Audio
Device attachment
● Insert a USB disk; if the connection is normal, push the USB
button to enter into the USB mode to display:
● If there is no USB disk or the USB device is pulled out, push the
USB button, and the display will be as below:
● The following will be displayed during normal playback
— Audio effect mode (if chosen already)
— Current playback track No. and elapsed playback time.
● When all tracks in the last album are completely played, the host
will proceed automatically to the first MP3 file of the next album
in order.
Previous/next track playback
● Push the
display:
Note: It takes several to dozens of seconds of latency for
initialization of host to start MP3 due to early insertion of USB
disk according to capacity of USB disk and size of storage files.
Don’t pull out the USB disk in a hurry during the period of time.
Playback
or
button to select next/previous track to
Audio
Scanning playback
● Each track will be played for 10 seconds, as displayed below,
when SCN is pushed during playback.
● Return to normal playback mode when the SCN button is pushed
again.
Select previous/next album
● Push the <D
> button for short to select the previous album,
and push the <D
displayed below:
> button for short to select the next album, as
When a special album is pitched on, it is displayed below:
Notice:
1. Don’t pull out a USB disk forcibly when files of the USB disk
are played, because your files may be damaged in this way. You’d
better insert or pull out a USB disk when the host is shut down.
2. Don’t extend the USB connecting line provided by manufacturer
with another extension cord, because the USB protocol has high
demands for length, impedance, time delay, etc. of cables & wires.
Otherwise, the machine may fail to read the USB disk.
Setup
You can modify initialization setup to your taste:
● Push the SET button for 2 seconds at least to enter into the menu
of SETUP.
● Push the
or
button to select the options you desire to
modify.
● Push the SET button for option modification.
● Push the SET button for 2 seconds at least to exit from the menu
of SETUP.
The machine will exit from the mode of SETUP automatically
approximately 1 minute after your last operation.
(
Option
or
)
Option
[SET]
TIME
[OFF, 12H, 24H]
RADIO
[EUROPE,
AMERECA,
LATAM, ASIA]
FM
[06, 12, 18]
MW (AM)
[ON, OFF]
MW (AM)
[06, 12]
TUN
[AUTO, MAN]
SRCH
[LO, DX]
CD
[-2, -1, 0, +1, +2]
BEEP
[-2, -1, 0, +1, +2]
LOG
[OFF, ON]
Usage
Select the clock mode required
(see ―Clock Setup‖)
Select a tuner in accordance with
European, Latin, American or
Asian standards.
Identify number of preset stations
in the mode of FM.
Select ―OFF‖ to close MW (AM).
Note: LW (ON, OFF) is displayed
only when the EUROPE option is
set up in the status of RADIO.
Identify number of preset stations
in the mode of MW (AM).
Select automatic tuning or manual
tuning.
Select ―LO‖ when you would like
to search for intense frequency
only in automatic tuning.
CD play volume, relative to tuner
Select and confirm the volume of
the ―Hwa‖ sound.
Select ―ON‖ to assure that
automobile engine still remains
effective after one hour.
Notice: Set up initial volume by means of tuning the volume
button in the mode of SETUP. For example, the volume is higher
than reference volume when the audio is turned off, and the initial
volume is taken as reference volume when the audio is restarted.
For another instance, the volume is lower than reference volume
when the audio is turned off, and the initial volume is still as
reference volume when the audio is restarted.
Inspections prior to maintenance
When you feel that some functions of the automobile audio fail,
please read carefully the operating instructions of the manual
before sending it for repair and then make a detailed check against
the table below. This will be of help to your handling of faults.
Phenomenon
General conditions
The host idling, no
display
The host working,
without noise or
with very little
noise
The machine body
slightly heating
Radio
Bad
effect
of
reception
USB playing
Some audio files
Possible causes and solutions
Take out the host from the instrument and inspect the
host and fuse and adapter connector of automobile.
Volume up;
check the balance position of loudspeaker, back and
forth, right and left; check antenna and adapter
connector
The machine generates heat regularly.
Inspect whether the antenna is well connected (whether
the cathode is earthed); inspect whether the aerial
amplifier in the vehicle is damaged; employ manual
tuning if signals for desirable stations are too weak.
Please determine whether the file is a MP3 file. The
that can’t be played
Unsteady volume in
MP3 playback
Failure
in
displaying
such
information
as
singer/track/song
name
Interruption
of
music in playback
Unable to read
songs in mobile HD
Unable to read
songs
from
a
memory device
Unable to read MP3
songs
from
all-in-one
USB
commutator
Sound
machine supports MP3 format only.
Because MP3 songs have wide sources and are lacking
in a unified standard, it is possible that the set volumes
vary much when MP3 songs are compressed. In such a
case, tune volume yourself.
This system doesn’t support display of ID3
information.
Possibly arising from different compressed formats of
songs
Please confirm that there is only one disk partition of
HD. This system doesn’t support multiple disk
partitions.
If no less than two disk partitions have bee divided,
e.g., E disk and F disk, or more disk partitions, the
machine will be unable to read MP3 songs from the
HD. If you want to use it, please combine all disk
partitions into a single disk partition on your computer.
Please confirm on your computer that the storage
partition mode of your memory is FAT16 OR FAT32.
If it is not, set the mode as the one compliant with
requirements.
This system supports the commutator with a single
USB port only.
Sound blasting/noise may be caused by the equipment
blasting/noise
CD
―NO CD‖ displayed
and ―Hwa‖ sound
available
―CD
ERROR‖
displayed
and
―Hwa‖
sound
available
Volume distortion
in playback
or noise when original MP3 files are recorded. Please
confirm with other (media) players whether it’s the
problem of the machine itself.
No CD disc placed
CD disc reversely placed, damaged or smirched; CD
disc type erroneous
Disc damaged or smirched
● Please send the machine to a maintenance point for repair if
faults can’t be removed still.
Don’t disassemble the machine randomly to make a repair by
yourself.
1. It is normal for a disc not to be read or that the sound is
interrupted when a car runs on bumpy roads.
2. Please use original disc. Normal quality warranty
doesn’t cover the faults incurred due to use of pirated
software.
Air Conditioning System
Chapter 4 Air Conditioning System
Air Conditioning System
Air conditioning system
Air renewal
External air enters into the vehicle
through air inlet before windshield.
Please keep the air inlet beneath
windshield glass clear of snow deposit,
tree leaf, etc. to ensure regular and
effective heating and ventilation.
Foul air within the vehicle is dissipated
from the exhaust port in side lining of
baggage compartment.
Notice:
Don‟t obstruct exhaust ports when
baggage is loaded.
Air Conditioning System
Air Conditioning System
Air cleaner
Air cleaner ensures that toxic particles
(such as pollen, industrial dustfall and
road dust) contained in air are removed by
filtration before the air flows into the
vehicle.
Central air outlet and side air
outlet
It is suggested that fans be closed down to
avoid accumulation of wax on air cleaner
when the car passes through an automatic
car washer.
Air cleaner should be replaced according
to driving environment and customer
habits.
Air flow distribution
Air flows and directions may be adjusted
through buttons on air conditioning
control panel and control devices of side
air outlet and central air outlet.
To be adjusted as required
Maximum air flow
Maximum air flow can flow to pedestal
area or windshield glass when central and
side air outlets are shut off.
Air Conditioning System
Electric controlled automatic air conditioning system ( )
Air Conditioning System
1.
Air conditioning display panel
Note: Some symbols for air conditioning system are displayed in the figure above. When air conditioning system runs, some symbols may
not appear. Relevant symbols only appear in relevant operating modes. Thereby, they represent current operating modes of air conditioning
system. We’ll make an introduction below.
Air Conditioning System
2. Internal air circulation
button
set.
3. Fan
rotation
control button
speed
4. Temp
knob/external
display button
Push down or up internal air circulation
button to switch between external air
intake and internal air circulation. In the
mode of internal air circulation, the
internal circulation symbol
displayed.
adjusted manually. When wind rate is
reduced to Grade 1, please exit from the
mode of AUTO; when wind rate is
increased to Grade 6, please exit from the
mode of AUTO, too.
control
temp
will be
Fan voltage is reduced by 1V (4.9~10V)
when internal air circulation is switched to;
when external air intake is switched to, fan
voltage is restored.
In high temperature weather, turn on air
conditioning and push down internal air
circulation button to rapidly cool the air
inside the vehicle. Internal air circulation
mode may be also used to keep off odor
outside.
When windshield defrosting
is
selected, the button will not function; and
thus, internal air circulation mode can be
Push down the triangle-up button to
improve rotation speed of air blower to
increase wind rate; push down the
triangle-down button to decrease rotation
speed of air blower to reduce wind rate.
Fan rotation speed can be divided into six
levels for manual adjustment, gradually
increased from minimum wind rate (Grade
1) to maximum wind rate (Grade 6).
Air conditioning control system will adjust
fan rotation speed automatically when the
mode of AUTO is chosen to keep
temperature at the set value. In the mode
of AUTO, fan rotation speed may be
This button is used to adjust air
temperature, which may be regulated in a
step-by-step way (with each step as
0.5℃).
 Right-handed rotation: temperature
rise, 0.5℃ increased every cascade
rotated.
Air Conditioning System

Left-handed rotation: Temperature fall,
0.5℃ reduced every cascade rotated
be re-displayed after three seconds and
meanwhile, the external temperature
The temperature value set will be
displayed on the AC (air conditioning)
display panel.
symbol
will disappear. During the
period when external temperature is
displayed, rotation of the knob won’t alter
the temperature value set.
The standard value suggested is 22℃.
Temperature may be set between 18℃ and
32℃ with switch. LO will be indicated for
temperature lower than 18℃ and HI for
temperature higher than 32℃.
Left-handed rotation may increase cooling
capacity when the cooling system works.
In the position of ―LO‖ (lower than 18℃),
the system will be set to the status of low
temperature; in the position of ―HI‖
(higher than 32℃), the system will be set
to the status of high temperature instead of
the temperature when air conditioning is
ready.
When the knob is pushed down, the set
temperature value as displayed will be
replaced with external temperature value
for a short duration, while the external
temperature symbol
will be also
displayed. The temperature value set will
5. AUTO mode switch
When the button is pushed down, the
control system will adjust automatically
position of air mixture door, air
conditioning status, rotation speed of fan
and external air intake or internal air
circulation to regulate temperature inside
to the value set, according to the
temperature set, external temperature
signal, and variance of internal
temperature signal.
The automatic running symbol
will be displayed.
In the mode of AUTO, the initial status of
air blowing is defaulted as the mode
toward face and feet. Air blowing mode
may be changed via the MODE button.
The AUTO and MODE buttons are
mutually independent.
The defrosting function is correlated with
windshield wiper signals. That is, air
conditioning is automatically set in the
mode of defrosting (with wind rate, etc.
unaltered) when the windshield wiper is
initiated.
Operating mode of compressor is
determined by the temperature set. If the
temperature set is higher than 28℃, the
compressor won’t pull in.
The system will switch to internal
circulation automatically, when any of the
three conditions below are met:

Air conditioning system starts running
(i.e., compressor is initially started
up).
 The driving speed 10Km/h lasts over
10s.
 The vehicle is in a state of rest.
The system will runs according to the
operating mode or interface set by user
last time.
Air Conditioning System
6. Air conditioning
switch
OFF
push the button to switch between the
three modes below to display the
following three symbols:
Push down the ―A/C‖ button to start up the
cooling system; meanwhile, the ―Snow‖
symbol
will be displayed.
The cooling system works only when the
following conditions are met:
Turn off the air conditioning system.
The system will enter into the state of OFF
when the button is pushed to close down
the
display.
Meanwhile,
actuating
mechanisms will be shut down fully.
Push the AUTO button or A/C button or
the defrosting button to automatically start
the system, when the system is in the state
of OFF. The system will enable the
operating mode or interface set by user
last time.
7. Air blowing mode switch

Towards feet; air output fully to foot
space.

Towards face; air output fully to the
area at the height of face.

Towards feet and face; air output
partially to foot space and partially to
face area.
8. AC cooling switch
Change the air blowing mode once when
you push the button each time. Repeatedly

Engine in running order.

Ambient temperature higher than -1℃.

Air blast switch at gear 1-4.
With the cooling system working, not only
the temperature inside could be reduced,
but also humidity of the air flowing inside
could be reduced. Thus, customers inside
will feel more comfortable, and vehicle
windows avoid fogging.
Air Conditioning System
To achieve the best cooling effect, all
vehicle windows should be closed when
the cooling system works.
9. Windshield
glass
defrosting/defogging
switch
consumes engine power. To save energy
and reduce fuel consumption, turn off the
air conditioning system when air
conditioning is not necessary. It is
suggested that vehicle windows or doors
be opened to dissipate hot air when the car
parked has its interior space highly heated
due to insolate. This helps improve
cooling
effect
and
reduce
fuel
consumption.
Don’t open the air conditioning system
during running when windows keep open.
This switch is used for windshield
defrosting. Push down the button to
change the air intake mode into external
air intake. The cooling system will be also
started up. All air output will flow to
windshield
glass
and
side
defrosting/defogging outlets.
The windshield defrosting symbol
will be displayed.
General description
The air conditioning system absorbs
moisture of air, which will be condensed
into water on an evaporator. Therefore, a
little amount of water may appear beneath
the vehicle when your car stays
temporarily.
Cost-effective operation of air
conditioning system
Heating effect depends on coolant
temperature of engine. Thereby, the
heating system functions effectively only
when the engine is in warm-up mode.
Fuel consumption will be
increased
because
air
conditioning
compressor
It is suggested that air blower be placed at
low-speed gears during running to avoid
glass misting.
It is suggested that human body be
protected from direct cooling air.
Brief operating instructions
for automatic air conditioning
system in hot days
1. Push ―AUTO‖.
2. Push the ―Internal circulation button‖
to select internal air circulation mode.
3. Set the temperature to ―LO‖.
4. Re-set temperature to personal
comfort level after temperature is
reduced.
Tip:
Please keep internal air circulation when
automatic air conditioning system is used
in hot days to achieve best cooling effect
and protect against external odor.
Air Conditioning System
Failure recovery
Cooling system idling

Ambient temperature may be lower
than -1℃.

A fuse may blow.
Please check the fuse. Replace it when
necessary. If a failure is not caused by fuse,
turn off the AC cooling system (with the D
―AC‖ button). Turn to professionals for
inspection.
Cooling efficiency weakened
Once cooling efficiency is found abated
and wind rate reduced, please turn off the
system and turn to professionals for
inspection.
Rear
window
defrosting/exterior
rear-view mirror heating
Notice:
Once rear window is transparent, cut
off the heating system to reduce current
consumption and save fuel.
Rear window defrosting will be
automatically over when defrosting lasts
10 minutes or ignition switch shifts to the
position of OFF. When defrosting lasts
less than 10 minutes, please push the
defrosting button again if you want to stop
rear window defrosting in a manual way.
Rear window defrosting control switch is
set at central console of the instrument
panel.
Light ice and mirage on rear window
could be removed, when the defrosting
and heating button is pushed down.
Rear-window defrosting & heating device
works only when the igniting circuit is put
through. Push down the electrical heating
button to enable/disable the heating
system. When the heating system is put
through, the indicator lamp will light up to
display heating.
To initiate rear window defrosting will
also enable exterior rear-view mirror
heating.
Air Conditioning System
Manual air conditioning system (
Air conditioning control panel
)
Air Conditioning System
Temperature regulation knob
Temperature regulation button is used to
control temperature of the air blown out of
ventilator scoops. The knob is rotated to
select appropriate temperature.
When ambient temperature is higher than
4℃, engine is running, wind speed
adjustment button for air blower is set at
any of the 4 gears, and air conditioning
system has a normal pressure, the
indicator lamp will be ON to start up the
air conditioning compressor for air
conditioning and cooling after the button
is pushed down. Push the cooling button
again to disenable air conditioning.
When the cooling system works, not only
the temperature inside can be reduced, but
also temperature of the air from outside
can be reduced, to make passengers more
comfortable and avoid fogging of vehicle
windows.
Blue range: Cooling
Red range: Heating
Cooling button
All vehicle windows should be closed to
achieve best cooling effect, when the
cooling system works.
Notice: Air conditioning enabled will
make engine over-heated when the car
climbs up a long slope or comes across
traffic
congestion.
Observe
water
thermometer, and turn off the air
conditioning system if the engine is
over-heated.
Air conditioning compressor will consume
engine power when air conditioning is
used for cooling; thus, fuel consumption
will be increased.
Wind speed adjustment knob
for air blower
Wind speed adjustment knob for air
blower is used to control wind speed of air
blower (4 gears in total). Wind speed is
adjusted with air blower. To improve
comfort, air blower may be started up
during running.
Lamp Control
Internal/external air circulation button
To switch to external fresh air mode or internal air circulation mode is achieved through this button.
External circulation
External air into the car is used for normal ventilation, heating and cooling.
Internal circulation
Internal air is circulated inside the car. Indoor circulation mode is used in dusty environment or in the case of waiting for pass
permission (indicated by green light) in urban area, and for rapid cooling or heating of indoor air.
Notice: Internal circulation mode can be used only for a short duration, because continual use of internal circulation mode produces
stuffiness inside and hazing of vehicle windows.
Airing mode control button
This button is used to choose direction of air flow. There are five options inclusive of ―Towards head‖, ―Towards heard and feet‖,
―Towards feet‖, ―Towards feet and for defrosting‖ as well as ―Defrosting‖.
Lamp Control
Refer to the airing mode introduction contained in the part ―automatic air conditioning‖ for details of each exact mode of air flow
direction.
Air conditioning system maintenance instructions
If air conditioning system is not used for a month or a longer period, curb idling of engine with air conditioning enabled is necessary
even in winter. The air conditioning system should be started up once every month at least and for several minutes in order to keep
approximate lubrication and tightness of air conditioning compressor to extend service life of the system.
Lamp Control
Chapter 5 Lamp Control
Lamp Control
Lamp Control
Please abide by related traffic regulations
when using the following illuminating
equipment.
Headlamp
High/Low
Beam Selector Switch
Flash
of
Headlamp
Front
Headlamp Switch
OFF – Turn off the external lamp.
Gear 1
will light the parking
lamp/position lamp, the component
illuminating lamp such as instrument and
switch, and license plate lamp.
Gear 2
the front headlamp
will light (low beam or high beam).
Note:
Only when the ignition switch is turned
on, the headlamp can work. When the
engine is started or the ignition switch is
turned off, the headlamp will be off
automatically.
Under the condition that the lamp is
turned on, pull the handle towards the IP
direction to shift into the high beam lamp
after passing the force application point.
When the headlamp high beam is turned
on, the high beam indicator in the
instrument will light. Pull the handle
towards the steering wheel direction to
return to the original position so as to
resume the low beam lamp.
When you need the flash of headlamp
during driving, you only pull the handle
towards the steering wheel direction to
the force application point and then
release the handle. Repeat such action to
flash the headlamp consecutively.
The headlamp will light
automatically.( )
Lamp Control
The headlamp switch with auto turn-on
system has the AUTO position; when the
ignition key is turned to the ON position,
the headlamp switch will be on the
AUTO position, and when the ambient
light is weak, the headlamp will light
automatically (if the ambient light is
relatively strong, the headlamp won’t
light).
Adjustment Switch of
Electrical
Regulated
Headlamp ( )
The adjustment switch of electrical
regulated headlamp is located on the left
lower corner of the dashboard.
Such switch has four gears of 0, 1, 2, and
3. The adjustment of four gears can
adjust the light type of the electrical
regulated headlamp.
Front/Rear Fog Light
Switch
Use
fog
lamps
correctly
according to the traffic rules.
When the front fog light is turned on, the
front fog lamp switch inner indicator will
turn on.
The front fog light should only be used
under the conditions that severely
affected the visibility, such as fog, snow
or rain.
The front fog light and the rear fog light
are located on the central console of the
dashboard, under the audio control panel.
When the headlamp switch is at gear
1position, press the front fog light switch
to turn on the front fog light, but it can’t
turn on the rear fog light directly.
When the headlamp switch is on the gear
2 position, press the front and rear fog
lamp switch, the front and rear lamps can
turn on at the same time; also the rear fog
lamp can turn on only by pressing the
rear fog lamp switch.
When the rear fog light is turned on, the
rear fog lamp switch inner indicator will
turn on.
Since the rear fog light is very dazzling,
it's allowed to be used only under the
conditions with poor visibility.
Lamp Control
Turn Signal Lamp
Lane change signal lamp
Interior Front Ceiling
Lamp
Pull the handle upwards and downwards
to the force application point and the
relevant turn lamp will flash, and
meanwhile the turn signal lamp in the
dashboard will also flash.
The turn signal lamp will operate only
when the ignition switch is turned on.
Left turn signal lamp – pull the handle
downwards.
Dashboard illumination
dimmer
Press the left switch: The left
illuminating lamp will keep illuminating.
Press it again to turn off the lamp.
Press the right switch: The right
illuminating lamp will keep illuminating.
Press it again to turn off the lamp.
Right turn signal lamp – pull the handle
upwards.
When the turn signal lamp is turned on,
the turn signal indicator will also flash.
During the working period of the
external lamp, use the illumination
dimmer to adjust the instrument
illumination.
Lamp Control
Interior
Lamp
Rear
Ceiling
subject to the control of ignition switch).
Please close the luggage boot cover
securely after parking.
Also set the lamp in the OFF status, that
is, the lamp won’t light when the boot
cover is opened. Therefore, press the
trigger switch to the locking position.
The lamp can light by releasing the lamp.
Sun visor vanity mirror
lamp will be off.
The key cylinder lamp is located around
the ignition key cylinder. When each
front door is opened, the lamp will light
so as to assist the driver to insert the
ignition key, or such lamp will turn off
when the key is turned to the ―ON‖
position.
Danger Flash
Lamp Switch
Alarm
The OFF position: The illuminating lamp
turns off.
The ON position: The illuminating lamp
will keep illuminating.
The vanity mirror lamp will light once
the vanity mirror cover is opened.
The middle position (door control
position): The interior lamp will light
when the door is opened; the interior
lamp will keep illuminating for 8s when
the door is closed so as to seat passengers
safely.
Front Sill Lamp and Key
Cylinder Lamp
Luggage
Boot
Illuminating Lamp
The front sill lamp is located on the inner
trimmer panel between the two front
doors. If the door is opened, whatever the
ignition switch is on, the sill lamp will
light in the sill area and also guide the
driver. When the door is closed the sill
Such lamp will light when the luggage
boot cover is opened (This lamp is not
When the front door is opened, the key
cylinder lamp and the front sill lamp will
both light.
This alarm lamp should be used only
under emergent conditions so as to alarm
the following vehicles that this vehicle
has trouble or danger. Press this switch to
turn on/turn off this system. The danger
flash lamp is operational when the
ignition switch is turned off.
Lamp Control
The indicator on the switch will flash
after the alarm lamp is turned on.
Meanwhile, if the ignition is turned on
the turn indicator lamps of the combined
instrument will also flash.
Note: When the vehicle runs in the rain,
the vehicle glass becomes cold
dramatically and the temperature around
the glass also becomes lower, so the
moisture in the air will agglomerate and
be attached to the insides of the glass to
form dew. The theory of the dew inside
the headlamp cover is the same as it.
That is, the moisture in the air increases
as the temperature becomes high. If the
temperature becomes low, the moisture
will agglomerate and form dew
commonly called fog phenomenon.
When the lamp has moisture and the high
or low beam lamps are turned on within
30 minutes, the moisture will gradually
start to disappear; after one hour, the
moisture naturally disappears, that is
normal phenomenon, otherwise, it maybe
has water insides. If so, please contact
Chery authorized service station for
check and service.
Check
the
headlamp
installment carefully when replacing
bulbs to make sure the correct
installment and good seal! Otherwise
the headlamp maybe has water or dust
insides!
It is strictly prohibited
flushing the engine compartment via a
water-cannon, especially lamps. As
the pressure of the water-cannon is
too high, it may cause lamps parts to
loosen or drop, vent hole and harness
connectors to become damp, and the
lamps have water or moisture insides,
which can’t dissipate for a long time.
At last, the dew forms, very serious.
Operation and Adjustment of Interior Devices
Chapter 6 Operation and Adjustment
of Interior Device
Operation and Adjustment of Interior Devices
Interior Device Operation and Adjustment
Operation and Adjustment of Interior Devices
Steering
switch
lock/ignition
switched off.
If it is impossible or very difficult for the
key to turn from the LOCK position to
this spot, please rotate the steering wheel
slightly to unloosen the lockup mechanism
of the steering wheel.
The key to the ignition switch shouldn’t be
placed here for long to avoid electric
power exhaustion of accumulator cells.
Combined-type steering lock/ignition
switch has the positions of key below:
LOCK–Ignition switch is turned off and
the steering wheel is locked.
To lock the steering wheel up, please
rotate the steering wheel when the key is
pulled out until you hear the gripping
sound of the steering wheel.
ACC–Steering system unlocked; electric
fittings are put through and the small
electric appliances as audio and indoor
lamp are operable, but ignition switch and
primary electric loop should be all
false startup to avoid damages to the
starter and engine flywheels.
In cause of unsuccessful startup, the
ignition key must be rotated to the position
of LOCK prior to restarting and then
rotated to this position. After startup,
loosen your hand, and the key will bounce
back to the position of ON.
Loosen
your
immediately once
engine is started up.
key
the
ON–The ignition circuit is put through and
all electric loops can start working.
Warning indicator and indicator lamp light
up. This is the normal position of key in
driving and the position necessarily
selected when the vehicle is towed and
trailed.
The steering lock will be initiated to lock
up the steering wheel when the key is
pulled out from ignition switch.
START–Starting motor is put through to
start engine up.
Don‟t rotate the key to the
position of LOCK when the vehicle
moves.
Front headlamp and electrical equipment
of high power consumption are all
switched off when the locking hole is at
this position.
The device against redundant startup is
installed in ignition switch. Once engine
runs, the device will protect starter from
Operation and Adjustment of Interior Devices
Steering
adjustment
wheel
loosen the arresting lever and lock up the
position of the steering wheel.
Don‟t adjust the steering
wheel in running.
Windshield wiper
washing system
and
Loudspeaker
In order to drive your car in a safe and
comfortable way, overhang and height of
the steering wheel may be adjusted
sometimes. In this case, the arresting lever
on the shield of steering post may be
raised towards the steering wheel. Then,
the steering wheel can slide up and down
and be adjusted to any position. When the
steering wheel is adjusted into place,
Loudspeaker buttons are located at both
sides of the steering wheel, as indicated by
arrows above.
Check whether wiper blades
are frozen on windshield
glass in cold seasons before
windshield wiper is used. If they‟re
frozen on windshield glass, they
can‟t be used unless they‟re melted.
Otherwise, wiper motor will be
easily damaged.
To operate windshield wiper will
also damage wiper motor if
windshield glass is covered with
obstacles including snow, etc.
Obstacles must be removed before
windshield wiper is operated.
Don‟t operate windshield wiper on
dry windshield glass. Otherwise,
glass may be scratched and
permanent damages are possibly
incurred to wiper blades.
Operation and Adjustment of Interior Devices
The following features are enabled only
when ignition switch is put through.
Interval wiping(
)
If windshield wiper is not set as automatic,
―AUTO‖ indicates interval wiping; move
the control lever upwards to ―AUTO‖
from ―OFF‖ to achieve interval wiping
(the knob may be rotated to adjust time
interval during interval wiping: the wider
the pattern indicated by arrow is and the
larger the area is, the interval time will be
much longer; the narrower the pattern
indicated by arrow is and the smaller the
area is, the interval time will be much
shorter).
Automatic wiping(
)
Wiping at a high rate
If automatic wiping is configured,
―AUTO‖ indicates automatic wiping;
windshield wiper will work automatically
in rainy weather, when the control lever is
moved upwards from ―OFF‖ to ―AUTO‖.
The windshield wiper will stop working
automatically when there is rainfall in
small amount or no rain.
Normal wiping
Move the control lever upwards from
―OFF‖ to ―HI‖ by three levels.
Water spray switch
Move the control lever upwards from
―OFF‖ to ―LO‖ by two levels.
Pull the switch handle to the steering
wheel and hold it on. Cleaning liquid will
be poured out from the water jet before
windshield. The water jet will stop water
injection when the handle is loosened;
however, the windshield wiper still works
for a little while thereafter.
Operation and Adjustment of Interior Devices
The duration for water
injection shouldn‟t exceed
10 seconds, but no
operations are allowed to be done
if no cleaning liquid is available in
accumulator tank.
Window visor
Sunglass box
Cosmetic mirror available on window
visor may be opened for use; window
visor may be released from fixation clamp
and rotated to side window.
Push and open it.
Interior rear-view mirror
Rear manual blind
The regulating stem may be pulled
backwards to adjust the angle of rear-view
mirror for reducing glare in night driving.
The blind may be rolled out through the
pull handle in the middle. Then, fasten the
buckles on hangers at both sides of ceiling.
After window visor is rotated to side
window, extension board may be pulled
aside to enlarge the scope of sunshade.
Operation and Adjustment of Interior Devices
Rear electric blind switch
( )
This switch is located at central console
behind the shift bar.
If a rear electric blind is mounted on a car,
push this button to close the blind, and
push the button again to open it up.
Control switch on car
door
Electric exterior
mirror (
)
rear-view
Electric rear-view mirror is adjusted with
the regulating switch on driver’s side car
door. The regulating switch can’t start
working only when ignition switch is
turned on.
Rotate the regulating switch into place in
an anti-clockwise way to adjust left
exterior rear-view mirror; rotate the
regulating switch into place in a clockwise
way to adjust right exterior rear-view
mirror.
When the regulating switch is rotated into
place leftward or rightward, it may be
pushed to learn forward, backward,
leftward and rightward to adjust the
position of mirror up, down, left and right
respectively. Rotate it to the central
position when the mirror position is well
adjusted.
Folding
electric
rear-view mirror (
exterior
)
Rotate the regulating switch of rear-view
mirror by 180 degrees; push the switch
leftward to fold the rear-view mirror and
push it rightward to unfold the rear-view
mirror.
Operation and Adjustment of Interior Devices
Note: Though some cars have electric
folding switches, they have no electric
folding features.
Manually folded
rear-view mirror (
Electric window
Left front door
exterior
)
Right front door
control button on the plaque of the
window.
A car window can be opened or closed
with the button pressed down or lifted.
Loosen the button when the car window
rises or descends to keep glass staying in
current position.
There are also control buttons on the
plaque of the window at driver’s side for
the other three car windows in addition to
the control button thereon for driver’s side
window.
Window safety switch
Exterior rear-view mirror may be
manually folded backward if necessary,
e.g., in narrow space. Fold the rear-view
mirror outward (to restore it into its
original position) until it is geared into the
right position.
Images reflected into a
convex mirror look smaller
and further than physical
objects. Pay attention not to
overestimating actual distance of
an object.
Back door
Electric window works only in the state
that ignition switch is turned on.
Each car window can be operated with a
Operation and Adjustment of Interior Devices
There is also a rear window safety switch
button on the plaque of window at driver’s
side. Push the button to kick it up to
disable the switches of electric windows
for two rear doors and left front door. At
this time, rear window switches at driver’s
side can be only used to control
corresponding rear windows. It is advised
to do so when there are kids on rear seats.
Switches
console
on
central
Air purification switch (
)
Push the switch to start interior air purifier.
Push the switch again to stop the purifier.
Notice:
Front-row ashtray
Be careful when you close a window!
Observe prudently to protect against
any injury caused by squeezing.
Uncap a cover plate to open it.
Take out the let-in piece to empty it.
Driver seat heating switch
(
)
Push the switch to start the driver seat
heater. Push the switch again to stop
heating.
Operation and Adjustment of Interior Devices
Cigarette lighter(
)
Cigarette lighter can‟t be
kept in the state of
inserting
to
avoid
hazards. If any kid is left alone in
a car, take away cigarette lighter.
Press in the cigarette lighter to kick it up
for use. The cigarette lighter can be also
used, even if ignition switch is turned off.
Prepositional cup holder
Open the cover plate to use the
prepositional cup holder on the central
console.
Don‟t place hot drink in
prepositional cup holder
during driving to avoid
injury incurred by spillage.
Cruise control switch (
)
Operation and Adjustment of Interior Devices
See ―Electric cruise control system
(
)‖ of the part ―Driving‖ for detailed
functions of the switch.
Don‟t use the cruise control
function when traffic is
jammed. Don‟t use the
function on undulated, curved,
slippery or unpaved roads, either.
Tractive force control switch
(
)
This switch is used to disable or enable the
tractive force control feature.
Tractive control system can help keep
stability and steering performance of your
car, especially during running on slippery
roads (e.g., snow cladded roads) and
gravel pavement. In such conditions, the
system provides better tractive force for
the car.
If the system functions, the tractive force
control indicator (TCS indicator) will be
ON. At this time, you’ll hear running noise
of electric pump from power plant nacelle;
in the meanwhile, the engine speed won’t
be increased if you tread upon the
acceleration pedal continuously. All these
are normal phenomena of the system.
Don’t worry about that.
Carrier box
If your car plunges into icy snow, you may
attempt to shut off the tractive force
control system. In such a case, trackslip of
the wheels ―excavates‖ the vehicle from
icy snow and drives it out in the mode of
―swaying‖.
In case the system fails, TCS indicator will
be ON, and the tractive force control
switch won’t function. Your car should be
repaired and maintained.
Carrier box is located at the central
armrest. Push driver’s side button to open
lower carrier box, and push the button at
front passenger’s side to open upper
carrier box only.
Operation and Adjustment of Interior Devices
Rear-row ashtray
Postpositional cup holder
Power Outlet
Postpositional cup holder is located in the
front of central armrest of backseats.
Power outlet is set at left front side of
front passenger’s side seat and on the right
lower guard plate of central console.
It is used to provide power for external
power consumers including car-mounted
refrigerator, etc.
Door Lock & Theft Protection
Supply voltage is 12V and
rated power is 120W.
Don‟t
connect
power
consumers with total rated power
over 120W to this outlet.
Otherwise, fire disasters might be
caused. Don‟t use a power
consumer with rated voltage not
as 12V at this outlet. Otherwise,
the power consumer is possibly
damaged or fire disasters caused.
This outlet has its power
supplied by accumulator
cells on the car. If the
outlet is used to supply power to
power consumers for a long
period after engine misses, the
accumulator cells will be seriously
short of power to result in failure
of the engine in startup.
Door Lock & Theft Protection
Chapter 7 Door Lock & Theft Protection
Door Lock & Theft Protection
Door Lock
Protection
Car Key
&
Theft
Ordinary remote control key
car key back into the remote controller for
convenience.
buttons at driver’s side
passenger’s side are pushed.
You can control all locks on you car with
the remote control car key. In case of car
key being lost, you can obtain a new one
from Chery chartered service stations.
Keep the spare key in safe places for
future emergency purpose.
In unlocking, all safety buttons on car
doors prop upwards. In locking, all safety
buttons on car doors move downwards.
Car doors can be also locked by pushing
safety buttons.
Central
System
Door
Locking
Collapsible remote control key
All car doors can be operated with car key,
remote controller or the control switches
on the door plaques at driver’s side and
front passenger’s side.
All car doors can be locked and unlocked
with car key at driver’s side door.
Push the key pop button on a remote
controller to eject car key from within the
remote controller. When not used, fold the
All car doors are simultaneously locked by
pushing locking buttons on the door
plaques at driver’s side or front passengers
side; all car doors are unlocked
simultaneously when the unlocking
or
front
*In locking car doors with remote
controller after all doors are closed, keep
pushing the lockup button on the remote
controller for 3 seconds to lock doors and
raise door glass, if door glass fails to rise.
Drive when all car doors are
closed and locked so that car
interior can be sheltered
from outside forcible intrusion.
Door Lock
Front doors can be locked and unlocked
outside with your car key. Unlock can be
enabled inside with a door handle.
Door Lock & Theft Protection
Push locking bar to lock rear doors when
getting out of car.
Rear Door Child Safety
Lock
locking.
In hot weather, temperature
inside car rapidly rises after
engine stops running. Man
and animals have their health
jeopardized or even die in high
temperature environment (brain
death
covered).
Infants
are
especially vulnerable to such threat.
Therefore, infants or animals must
not be left in car.
Luggage compartment light will light up
automatically.
Filler Cap Release Bar
Luggage Compartment
Door Opening
Pull up release bar on the left side of
driver’s seat to open filler cap.
Toggle forward the switch for rear door
child safety lock to enable the lock. With
child safety lock enabled, rear door can be
unlocked only from outside. Toggle
backward child safety lock switch for
unlocking.
Push the luggage compartment control
button on the door gate at driver’s side to
open luggage compartment.
Unlocking position of child safety lock is
indicated above. Toggle forward the
deflector rod of child safety lock for
Luggage compartment can be also opened
with car key. In unlocking, turn car key
clockwise.
Door Lock & Theft Protection
1. Pull handle of the bonnet is located in
the left front of driver’s side; pull the
pull handle backward to kick up the
bonnet partially.
2. Walk to the front of car, reach your
hand under the bonnet front to hold the
bonnet pull handle; push the pull
handle leftward, and pull the bonnet
upward. Pull up the release bar to open
the bonnet lock.
Tank cup can be screwed down and placed
upon filler cap as shown in the figure
above.
Bonnet Opening
4. In closing the bonnet, lower the bonnet
20-30cm away from bonnet lock and
then, let bonnet fall into latches to be
closed.
5. Remember to uplift the bonnet after it
has been closed for assuring that the
bonnet is fully locked.
3. Raise the bonnet, which is supported
by two air shock eliminators.
Bonnet shall be tightly closed
in driving. In case of loosely
locked bonnet in driving,
immediately stop driving and close
the bonnet tightly.
Door Lock & Theft Protection
Wireless Remote Control
System with Antitheft
Function ( )
In case that car can not be
unlocked due to remote
control
frequency
interruption, you may directly use
car key to lock/unlock the car. Other
short range wireless emitters may
use the emission frequency of remote
controller (for example, amateur
station, medical equipments, wireless
earphone, remote control and alarm
system).
Car
Door
Unlocking
When
carelessly
pushing
or
(to point your
car key straight towards car
is unnecessary in this case, e.g., the
car key is kept in pocket), car door
or luggage compartment door will
open.
Remote controller works in a range of
about 6m. When the distance between car
and remote controller exceeds 6m, the
remote controller may be invalid.
Locking
&
Push the
button once to lock all car
doors. Simultaneously, direction light
blinks once and horn blares once,
indicating antitheft function enablement.
When the button is pushed again, all car
doors get unlocked and in the meanwhile,
direction light blinks twice to deactivate
the antitheft function.
Remote Control Luggage
Compartment Unlocking
When the
button is pushed and
released, direction light blinks once, and
luggage compartment cover will be open.
Note:
Luggage compartment can not be
locked with remote controller and must
be manually locked.
Antitheft Alarm System (
)
The alarm system prevents unauthorized
personnel from opening car doors, luggage
compartment or bonnet.
Alarming (
)
If unauthorized personnel attempt to open
car doors, luggage compartment and
bonnet, siren will blare for 30 seconds
with danger flasher blinking for 5 minutes.
Any attempt to start engine or dismount
radio causes siren to blare again.
Door Lock & Theft Protection
Remote Control Battery Replacement
If the action range of remote controller is gradually reduced, batteries shall be replaced (model: 3V CR 2032).
Take the following steps:
1. Use parallel tools to open remote control unit from side clips.
2. Be careful when pulling out batteries. Install new batteries between two contacts and keep ―+‖ sign upward.
3. Install remote control unit in steps opposite to dismounting procedures.
Used lithium batteries can not be disposed of as domestic waste. Discard used batteries pursuant to environmental protection
regulations.
Engine Electronic Antitheft System (
)
Car electronic theft protection is designed for engine theft protection and greatly enhances overall vehicle safety.
Chips are embedded in every car key to integrate key, electronic alarm, and engine computer unit into an organic system of antitheft layout.
If unauthorized personnel with a duplicate car key of the same size try to start the engine, car engine will not be started due to that the
duplicate car key has no chips compliant with electronic alarm and engine computer. Risks of car theft are thus reduced.
If you lose your car key accidentally, please go to Chery chartered service station as soon as possible to ask for a new key matched with
your car and to invalidate the key lost
Door Lock & Theft Protection
Chapter 8
Seat and Safety Protection
Driving
Seat and Safety Protection
Seat
Max. 30°
Correct sitting posture
Seat, headrest, seat belt and SRS airbag all help protect passengers. If made full use of, they can make a further protection. Therefore, expect
your compliance with the following points:

Erect sitting posture adopted; the lower end of your back to be backward to the most extent, and seat back slanting by no more than 30
degrees;

Adjust headrest appropriately to make the top of headrest level with upper end of your head;

Don’t make front seats excessively close to instrument panel. Hold the steering wheel with slightly bent arms in driving. Your feet
should be also bent slightly so as to tread the pedal to the furthest extent.

Shoulder belt should tightly cross slantwise through your breast by way of external central shoulder. Avoid seat belt to pass through
neck region. Lap belt should tightly pass across the hip instead of stomach.
Driving
Don‟t adjust your
during running.
seat
To adjust the seat at front passenger‟s side
To move a seat forward and backward
Pull up the regulator rod at the external leading edge to your seat forward and backward. Release the regulator rod when the seat is adjusted
into place. Then, rock the seat forward and backward again to determine whether the seat has been locked on skid rails.
Driving
To adjust inclination of seat backrest
Lean your body close to seat backrest. Then, pull seat backrest to adjust the handle. Adjust the backrest to a desirable angle through
alteration of body inclination.
To adjust the electric seat at driver‟s side (
)
There is a control plate outside the seat cushion of electric seat, which operates an electric seat to make 8-directional adjustment (to and
back as bi-directional, four operations in total); there are two control switches with exact functions below:
Switch 1: Used to adjust angle of inclination of seat backrest.

Push upper end of switch forward or backward with your finger to cause seat backrest lean forward or backward.
Switch 2: Used to adjust your seat forward and backward and regulate rise and fall of the forepart and afterpart of seat cushion.

Push the switch forward or backward to make your seat move forward or backward;

Push front end of the switch upward or downward to make the forepart of seat cushion upward or downward;

Push back end of the switch upward or downward to make the afterpart of seat cushion upward or downward;
Driving
A car may be out of control
to result in traffic accidents if
electric switch is adjusted
during running. Thereby, the electric
switch can be only adjusted when
the car stops.
Don‟t allow any person
except for a driver to touch
upon the electric switch
during
running
to
avoid
displacement of driver‟s seat, which
might cause the car to be out of
control to result in traffic accidents.
Driving
To adjust waist-rest
Waist-rest regulating handle is located at external side of seat back. Rotate the handle to adjust the waist-rest.
When the handle points forward, the waist-rest will jack up; when the handle points upward slantwise, the waist-rest will be taken back.
Headrest
If during the running, your car is rear-ended by a car that follows, the headrest will protect your neck vertebra by limiting movement of head.
However, the protection is effective only when the headrest is rightly adjusted into place.
Driving
Front headrest
The headrests with height adjustable are available on front-row seat back. Occupants should adjust the headrests to appropriate height
according to their body heights for effective protection.
Note: Angle of front headrest is also adjustable for some cars.
Headrest adjustment method:
Hold both ends of headrest with two hands to pull up or push down it;
The optimal height of headrest assures that its top keeps level with one’s head.
Headrest dismounting and mounting methods:
To dismount headrest, press the spring clamp outside guide part of headrest and pull the headrest out from guide part; to mount headrest,
distinguish front/rear seat headrest (pins of front seat headrest are of arc type, while those of rear seat headrest are of straight-bar form at
their toes) and then, thrust headrest pins into guide part until spring clamp is correctly geared into pins.
Rear headrest
Headrest height can’t be adjustable.
Headrest adjustment:
It‟s
forbidden
that
Driving
headrest
is
dismounted
or
adjusted too low to avoid that
your neck is hurt in collision
accidents because your head is
lacking in support. Adjust
headrest to an appropriate
position.
Rear seat
There is a carrier platform in the central backrest of rear seat, which can be turned inside out to be laid down on seat cushion. There is a
retainer plate behind the platform; the retainer plate may be laid down to connect to luggage carrier.
Delivery of luggage
Luggage and other articles
loaded should be placed in
luggage carrier as forward as
possible. Driving is extremely
dangerous when tail gate remains
Driving
open. Excessive exhaust gas may be
sucked into the vehicle via open tail
gate.
If articles must be carried
inside, please fix them to
protect against displacement.
Driving
Seat belt
Use seat belt/children emergency seat from time to time. Seat belt can’t be shared with another occupant. Ensure that seat belt be well
fastened, not relaxed and twisted, and clear of obstacles.
Driver and front occupant
should well wear safety belts
during running.
Avoid
wearing
over
corpulent and thick clothes.
Seat belts should be tightly
fastened to body for best
protective effect.
Don’t let children sit on adults’ laps after a car moves. Adults can’t protect children from injury in case of traffic accidents.
Driving
Seat belt warning indicator
This indicator should light up when ignition switch is turned on. The indicator will keep ON to prompt driver to wear seat belt.
Fasten seat belt
Pull the seat belt out steadily. If you operate too forcibly or the car is on a slope, the seat belt may be locked up. Seat belt should runs
through external shoulder center with the waist part tightly through the hip instead of stomach.
Insert clapper into buckle
until the click sound is heard.
Otherwise, seat belt fails to
be rightly locked up.
To release the seat belt, push down the red button on the buckle to draw it back.
Ensure that each seat belt uses a buckle rightly.
Please pull it with efforts and
then release it, if a seat belt
can‟t be pulled out. Then, the
seat belt will be able to be pulled out
smoothly.
Driving
Two-point safety belt for central rear seat
This safety belt can’t be adjusted in length automatically. When using it, insert the clapper into buckle until the click sound is heard. Then,
adjust its length manually to make it tightly through the hip.
Don’t lean front seat excessively. Safety belt provides best protection only when seat is approximately erect.
Driving
To adjust height of front seat safety belt
Seat belt can’t pass by neck. For height adjustment, push down the lock knob on height controller to move safety belt through central
shoulder area; then, release the lock knob and rock the controller to determine whether the controller is locked up.
Seat belt pre-tensioner (
)
Don‟t dismount seat belt
pre-tensioner.
The
pre-tensioner can be only
maintained by specially trained
personnel.
Seat belt maintenance
Seat belt inspection
Driving
Check if safety belt is damaged or wears away.
Over-tensioned safety belt (e.g., after a traffic accident) should be replaced by Chery chartered maintenance point immediately with
anchoring parts inspected.
Make no attempts to repair
or lubricate roller or buckle
mechanism of safety belt.
Don‟t modify safety belt in any way.
Driving
To clean seat belt
Clean and naturally dry up seat belt with in-vehicle detergent or clean tepid water. Manual heating should be avoided.
Don‟t
use
chemical
detergent, boiling water,
bleacher or dye. Don‟t let
water run into roller mechanism of
seat belt.
SRS airbag ( )
Combinational use of SRS airbag and safety belt helps reduce risks of serious injuries caused by material collision accident.
Driving
Notice:
SRS airbag gives out great noise in gas charging. In addition, nontoxic powder remainder similar to fume will be produced. All these
are normal phenomena.
Front-row occupants can be effectively protected only when they’re in sitting posture as erect as possible.
Fasten safety belt always and
keep an appropriate distance
from the steering wheel.
Only when safety belt is used can
your body be in a position where
SRS airbag can produce best effects.
Front SRS airbag
Extremely dangerous! Don‟t
use backward CRS (Child
Restraint System) on a seat
Driving
configured with front SRS airbag.
Seat and seat back must be correctly positioned to match SRS airbag in achieving best protective effects. Erect sitting posture should be
adopted, and the lower back end should be tightly close to seat back with caster angle of seat back no more than 30 degrees. Don’t bring
front seats excessively close to the instrumental panel. Hold the steering wheel with slightly bent arms during driving. This is the ideal
driving posture, which helps reduce the risks exposed to driver when SRS airbag inflates.
Driving
Serious head-on collision (being central or within 30 degrees on the left or right) may detonate SRS airbag. The SRS airbag will be inflated
within 1 ms upon collision; when the airbag touches passengers’ bodies, it will deflate to cushion their forward movement. SRS airbag won’t
be detonated in slight collision, tumbling and rear/side collision.
Keep the frontal area of
SRS airbag clear of
There are no safety systems that can make a full protection in serious collision. Even if safety belt
anything.
Nothing
is
is worn and SRS airbag inflates normally, injury, or even fatal injury is still possibly incurred.
allowed here or above.
Don’t observe and determine if SRS airbag can work regularly with the naked eye after collision;
determine through the impact strength borne by vehicle body. In some accidents where SRS airbag isn’t inflated and detonated, excessive
damage of vehicle body proves that the car has already absorbed collision energy in large amount; thereby, it is unnecessary for SRS airbag
to function. In some other serious collision accidents, e.g., chassis collision, where vehicle body might not be damaged to a large extent,
SRS airbag may be inflated and detonated.
SRS airbag won’t function in the following conditions:
1. Side collision
2. Rear-end collision
3. Tilting
4. Slight frontal collision
Driving
SRS airbag is not a substitute for safety belt. It is integral to the passive safety system of the entire car. Please use it together with safety belt.
Only in this way can SRS airbag provide best protection.
Attention!
For your safety, please
fasten safety belt. SRS
airbag can be used only as the
supplemental device of safety belt.
Random dismounting of SRS
airbag elements possibly results in
human safety hazards. Don‟t
modify inherent elements of SRS
airbag.
Only
are
trained
technicians allowed to
repair the steering wheel,
the steering post and the SRS
airbag
system.
Accidental
detonation of SRS airbag possibly
incurs injury. Chery chartered
maintenance stations provide
technicians qualified for repairing
Driving
and maintaining your car.
SRS airbag/seat belt pre-tensioner warning indicator
When ignition switch is rotated to the position II, the indicator on the instrumental panel will be ON for about 3 seconds to show that the
system is operable.
If the indicator is not illuminated or keeps ON intermittently or continuously during running, it indicates failure occurrence. For your safety,
please send your car to Chery chartered maintenance station for inspection.
As suggested by manufacturer of the SRS airbag installed on the car, the SRS airbag should be replaced every 10 years. By then, efficiency
of inflating agent and effectiveness of SRS airbag will have been deteriorated.
If service life of your car/SRS airbag is unclear to you, Chery chartered maintenance stations are willing to provide you with the information
concerned.
SRS airbag system can be only disposed of by Chery chartered maintenance stations.
CRS (Child Restraint System)
Extremely dangerous! Don‟t
use backward CRS on a seat
configured with front SRS
airbag.
Driving
Read carefully and comply with manufacturer’s instructions when the CRS is installed.
Don‟t embrace children on
your laps during running.
Children, 12 years old or younger, or 150cm
baby seat, child seat or elevated seat
CRS must apply and be approved by
Combination of such emergency seats and
most extent.

Infants less than 10kg in weight or one
baby bed on rear seat, restrained or
The best alternative for infant
high and below, must use a special CRS (e.g.,
cushion).
government.
seat belts helps assure safety for children to the
year old or younger should be placed in a
fixed in the bed in horizontal position.
protection is backward CRS on rear seat.
Driving

Babies, four years old or younger or 10~18kg in weight, should be placed in CRS on rear seat.

Children, 4~12 years old or 18~36kg, should be placed at rear seat with elevated seat cushion. Adjustable auxiliary safety belt fastened
on elevated seat cushion ensures that diagonal safety belt traverses the shoulder area appropriately. Elevated sitting position assures the
seat belt for adults through central shoulder area instead of neck region and the waist belt tightly through buttock instead of stomach.
Driving
Each
safety
accommodates one
only.
seat
child
In
accordance
with
provisions of Law of the
People‟s Republic of China
on Road Traffic Safety, it is
forbidden that children sit on front
seats, and children should occupy
emergency seats applicable.
Driving
Chapter 9 Driving
Driving
Driving
Start
Preparations prior to start
Starting of engine is controlled by electric
control system of engine.
Don’t step on the gas prior to, and during
starting of an electro-jet engine. Use the
throttle only when there are difficulties in
starting. See ―Starting of engine‖ of this
chapter for details about how to start a car.
Racing of engine for long
results in overheating of
engine and exhaust system to
produce hazards of fire disasters and
other damages.
Don‟t park, run idle or drive
on the pavement covered with
dry grass or other dry articles.
Exhaust system causes rise of
temperature of power plant nacelle
and exhaust pipe to result in ignition
possibly.
Don‟t start a car in airtight
garage or other airtight places
due to toxic nature of tail gas
emitted by automobile. Open the
garage door necessarily before engine
is started. See “Caution against
exhaust fume” of this chapter for
details.
If there is a smell of exhaust
fume in your car, please turn
to Chery chartered service
station for inspection. Continuous
driving is forbidden.
Safety tips:
Idling speed of engine is controlled by
electric control system. The idling speed is
high when the engine is started to facilitate
temperature rise of engine. When
temperature of engine rises, the idling
speed should be reduced automatically. If
the idling speed can’t be lowered down,
send the car to Chery chartered service
station for inspection & repair. Running of
engine at a rate higher than rated idling
speed for over 10 minutes is forbidden.
Before the car is started:
1. Confirm that all occupants wear safety
belts well. See the chapter ―Seat and
Safety Protection‖ for details about
safety belt and usage.
2. Confirm that head light and other
electrical fittings are switched off.
3. Confirm that hand brake is pulled up.
4. Confirm that the selector rod is at the
position ―P‖ (parking) for AT
(Automatic Transmission) cars.
Engine is started only when the AT
selector rod is at the position ―N‖ or ―P‖.
Your car is configured with an additional
locking device of selector rod, which
functions when the selector rod is at the
position ―P‖.
Driving
Step on the foot brake and push the
locking button to displace the selector rod
after the engine is started.
safety belt won‟t be illuminated.
5. Confirm that the selector rod is at a
neutral position for MT cars.
1. Twist the ignition switch to the
position START. Don’t step on the gas.
Loosen your key immediately when
the engine is started, and the key will
be back to the position II.
2. If the temperature is higher than -12C
and the engine can’t be started within
5 seconds the first time, twist the key
to the position OFF and try again after
10 seconds.
3. If the temperature is lower than -12C
and the engine can’t be started within
15 seconds the first time, twisted the
key to the position OFF and try again
after 10 seconds. If the engine can’t be
started for two times continuously,
step on the gas to the bottom and hold
on, and twist the key to the position
START. Loosen the key after the
engine is started; and then, loosen the
accelerator pedal slowly along with
heightening of engine speed.
4. For AT cars, run idle for several
seconds after the engine is started and
then, step on foot brake and loosen
6. Twist the ignition switch to ―ON‖
instead of ―START‖.
If it is hard for the key to be rotated, rotate
the steering wheel to the left or right until
the key can be smoothly rotated. There
might be the factors below for such a case:

Front wheel deflection.

Front wheel hits upon road edge.

The steering wheel is rotated when
you get on/off a car.
7. Determine if the warning indicator of
instrument panel is ON for a short
period while ignition key is turned on;
if the warning indicator is not ON,
turn to Chery chartered service station
for inspection & repair.
If driver‟s safety belt has been well
fastened before the ignition key is
turned on, the warning indicator for
To start an engine
hand brake to shift in the running gear
and to be ready for running.
Pull up the hand brake or
step on the foot brake
before
gear
shift.
Otherwise, automobile may move
during gear shift to result in
damages.
5. For MT cars, run idle for several
seconds after the engine is started and
then, step on the clutch, shift in the
running gear and loosen hand brake to
be ready for running.
6. For MT cars, the reverse gear can be
shifted in, only when the gear shifter is
pushed down when the vehicle is at
rest. Step on the clutch pedal to the
bottom before gear shifting and shift
the gear appropriately after a few
seconds so as to prevent the bad gear
coupling of transmission from
producing the noise of quack lingo,
when the engine is running. When
ignition switch is put through, the
reversing light of rear end will be ON
immediately when the reverse gear is
shifted in.
Driving
Don‟t place your hand on
gear
shifter
during
running. Otherwise, the
pressure of your hand might be
transmitted to the shifting fork
(for
gearshift)
within
the
transmission to cause the shifting
fork to wear away in an early way.
Caution against exhaust
fume
Though automobile exhaust fume is
colorless and tasteless, it contains carbon
monoxide. Please protect against its
hazards.
If there is a smell of exhaust
fume in the car, turn to
Chery chartered service
station immediately for assistance.
Continuous driving is forbidden.
Exhaust fume is toxic, possibly
endangering life.
Exhaust system of automobile and
ventilation system should be checked in
the cases below:

When automobile is lifted up for
inspection & repair;

Sound of the exhaust system changes;

Automobile
collision.
is
damaged
due
to
Some components of engine
exhaust gas and certain
chemicals
contained
or
emitted by some auto parts may lead
to cancer, defects of the newborn or
other damages to the genital system.
Pay attention to ventilation
When a car parks in a wide area and runs
idle for long, the vehicle window should
be opened by over 2.5cm. There is an
alternative that the ventilation function of
air conditioning is opened to let fresh air
in.
Remove snow deposit, falling
leaves and other articles that
block the air inlet to improve
ventilation of automobile.
Self-adaptive function of
engine control system
If battery jar wires have been ever
dismounted from accumulator cell,
automobile will present some abnormal
phenomena in the initial phase during
running when the wires are reconnected.
This is a process that the control system of
engine learns to adapt to the engine. It can
be ignored.
Driving
Engine RPM Limiter
Notice:
Engine speed is limited by an electronic
device for engine protection.
When ignition switch is turned off and
the engine is shut off, the temperature is
still very high, and it takes about 10
minutes for electronic cooling fans of
radiator to operate continuously. Even
if the cooling fans stop operations, they
may operate again all of a sudden due
to high temperature. Thereby, be
particularly careful when working
beside the engine.
Engine shutdown
Brake
Release the accelerator pedal. Turn off
ignition switch when engine speed is
reduced to the idle speed.
Brake fluid
If the warning indicator for the braking
system is not OFF when hand brake is
released, it indicates that the level of brake
fluid is too low.
Check height of brake fluid level on a
scheduled basis, as required.
Don‟t step on the accelerator
pedal before the engine is
shut off.
Don’t shut off the engine immediately in
parking after running at high speed for
long. Make the engine operate for another
2 minutes at a rate higher than idle speed
to reduce the temperature gradually.
When one braking loop fails,
it costs a lot of efforts to step
on the braking pedal, and
the parking distance is also
prolonged. In such a case, please
head
to
Chery
chartered
maintenance point for inspection &
repair and then continue your
journey.
Double loop braking system
Your car is equipped with a diagonal
double-loop braking system. If one loop
fails, the other loop still keeps working
effectively.
Add brake fluid immediately to
keep the fluid level with the
mark of MAX. Send your car
to Chery chartered maintenance point
for inspection of the braking system.
Driving
Work descriptions
braking system
of
the
It is normal that the braking system makes
a noise once in a while. However, the
brake disc may suffer heavy wear and is
necessarily replaced, if metal milling noise
or zip lasts for long. In such a case, turn to
Chery chartered service station for
inspection & repair.
Head to Chery chartered service station for
inspection & repair, if persistent jittering
or vibration is transmitted to the steering
wheel during braking.
New brake lining can achieve its best
braking effect only after green run. In the
initial 200km, the braking effect is abated
slightly; in such a case, the braking effect
can be compensated with more efforts in
stepping on the brake pedal. This key
point also applies to new lining replaced.
Wear conditions of brake lining depends
largely on operating conditions and mode
of driving. The working conditions for
brake lining are more rigorous for urban
traffic vehicles due to frequent startup and
stoppage. Therefore, head to Chery
chartered service station to check
thickness of brake lining or replace the
brake lining necessarily in consideration
of the maintenance mileage as specified in
the maintenance manual.
Shift in a lower gear appropriately in
downslope running, making full use of the
braking function of engine to mitigate
loads of the braking system. At this
moment, don’t keep stepping on the brake
pedal even if braking is required.
Wet brake disc degrades braking efficiency.
In water related conditions, rainstorm or
after car wash, step on the brake pedal
slightly to generate heat between brake
disc and brake lining to evaporate water
for restoration of braking effects.
Brake booster:
Brake booster is subject to
vacuum control of engine.
This device functions only
when the engine works. Thereby, don‟t
slide with loss of ignition in downslope
running.
If brake booster can’t work due to that the
vehicle is drawn by a tractive force or fails
itself, step on the brake pedal with more
efforts to compensate the booster.
Each pedal should be stepped
on to the bottom and fully
return into place, keeping
flexible movement.
Therefore, the floor around the brake
pedal shouldn’t be paved with foot pad or
other coverings to the best. If necessarily
paved, the foot pad shouldn’t curb pedal
movement and slide.
Driving
Antilock brake system (ABS)
To brake with ABS
ABS self-check
The ABS (Anti-lock Brake System) avoids
locking of vehicle wheels, assuring that
the vehicle can keep steering performance
even in emergency braking to help you
evade obstacles.
Step on the brake pedal with full efforts in
emergency conditions to initiate the ABS
immediately. However, you still keep
control of steering; if there is enough
space, you can also evade obstacles.
The ABS will make a self-check after your
car is started. During the period, you can
hear mechanical noise. This is normal.
The ABS integrates EBD (Electric
Brakeforce Distribution) to ensure its
performance more excellent.
It is suggested that you shall be familiar
with the braking technique while taking no
unnecessary risks.
ABS actions
The ABS doesn’t function in normal
braking, effective only when vehicle
wheels are to be locked. In braking,
pulsation of brake pedal with noise
indicates the ABS is functioning; the
pulsation and noise are normal.
Don’t loosen the brake pedal at that
moment.
Though the ABS can ensure
best braking efficiency,
stopping distance varies
according to road conditions. The
ABS can‟t always assure a shortened
braking distance. For example,
braking distance of a car equipped
with ABS may be longer than that of
one not equipped with ABS.
Similarly, working of the ABS can‟t
eliminate hazards caused by much
shorter distance from the car in the
front, water involvement, over-fast
turn or bad pavement, neither can it
prevent accidents arising out of
negligence and incorrect driving. Be
careful in driving. Decelerate the car
in turning.
If the ABS warning lamp is
ON during running, it
indicates that the ABS has
faults. Please park the car and
contact Chery chartered service
stations.
Driving
Hand brake
Steering
To avoid damages to the power steering
system:
Pull up hand brake tightly after parking to
protect against car rolling due to
negligence.
Pull up the hand brake
necessarily before leaving
your car.
The braking warning lamp is ON when
hand brake is pulled up in the state that
ignition switch is turned on.
Pull up hand brake lever to use hand
brake.
Pull the hand brake lever upward slightly,
and push down the release button on the
top of handle and push the hand brake
downward, to release hand brake.
Hand brake controls rear wheels.

The duration for the steering wheel to
be rotated to the extreme (to the dead
point leftward or rightward) shouldn’t
exceed a few seconds when the engine
works.

When power steering liquid of power
steering solution tank is lower than the
mark of MIN, fill the power steering
liquid immediately. No driving is
allowed before filling.
When power steering system fails or the
engine is shut off, the vehicle will lose the
boosting force for steering. You can still
rotate the steering wheel, though to do so
demands great efforts.
If the vehicle wanders or swings during
running, please check the items below:

Whether tyre pressure is sufficient
Driving

Whether type attrition is equal

Whether suspension parts are loose or
wear away

Whether steering parts are loose or
wear away

Whether vehicle wheels are correctly
positioned
1. Equipped with F4A4 automatic
transmission (AT) gearshift control
mechanism:
2. Equipped with DPO automatic
transmission (AT) gearshift control
mechanism:
Automatic transmission
operations ( )
The automatic transmission equipped is an
electronically
controlled
quad-speed
variator. Relevant operations of automatic
transmission will be introduced below.
Reference relevant information for
automatic transmission type indicated.
Gearshift control mechanism
diagram
Positions
optional
gearshift lever
P = Parking
for
Driving
R = Reversing
N = Neutral
D = Drive
Manual shift mode
+ = Gear up
- = Gear down
P = Parking
At this position, transmission output shaft
is locked up to lead to that the driving
wheels can’t rotate.
This position can be selected
only when the vehicle fully
stops.
Gearshift lever can be moved from the
parking position only when the brake
pedal is stepped on and key of ignition
switch is at the position ―ON‖.
SHIFT LOCK = Shift lock
( )
For F4A4 automatic transmission, please
push down the key of ―SHIFT LOCK‖
(shift lock), if you want to move the
gearshift lever without stepping on the
brake pedal (with key of ignition switch at
the position ―ON‖).
Gear “P” unlock button
protecting cover (
)
case, there is no driving force transmitted
to the driving wheels.
D = Driving
It is the position of the gearshift lever in
normal driving.
For DPO automatic transmission, when
key of ignition switch is turned off and the
gearshift lever is at gear ―P‖, pry open this
protecting cover. Then, push the gear ―P‖
unlock button therein with appropriate
tools (e.g., screwdriver) to move the
gearshift lever even if the brake pedal is
not stepped on.
Manual shift mode
R = Reverse gear
In manual gearshift mode, push the
gearshift lever towards + direction to gear
up the transmission into adjacent higher
gear; push the gearshift lever towards –
direction to gear down the transmission
into adjacent lower gear.
Shift in this position necessarily in
backing a car.
This position can be selected
only when the vehicle fully
stops and the engine runs
idle.
N = Neutral
This position can be selected only when
the engine is started or runs idle. In this
The manual shift mode can be shifted in
only when the gearshift lever is at the
position ―D‖.
Toggle the gearshift lever into place
rightward if you want to shift in manual
gearshift mode.
In manual mode, to gear up applies to any
speed; but to gear down can be
implemented only when vehicle speed
falls within allowable band.
Driving
Gear display
The position “N”:
Shift lock
The position of gearshift lever will be
displayed into central display panel when
ignition switch is turned on.
Each gear is displayed, as indicated below:
The position “P”:
The position “D”:
Manual mode:
The position “R”:
In manual shift mode, the gear selected by
driver will be displayed in figures in the
display panel. Take gear 2 as an example
below.
To move the gearshift lever from the
position ―P‖ to ―R‖, from ―N‖ to ―R‖, or
from ―R‖ to ―P‖, push down the limit
button on the handle of gearshift lever to
release the shift lock. It is unnecessary for
the limit button to be pushed down for the
gearshift lever to move to other positions.
Note: The operating methods for the
vehicles equipped with two types of
automatic transmissions keep the same.
Driving
Get off the mark
forward, or vice versa.
Keep the engine idle and step on the brake
pedal to move the gearshift lever to a
driving gear. When the brake is released,
the vehicle will run slowly itself. Step on
the accelerator pedal to improve vehicle
speed.
Avoid gearshift between driving gear and
reverse gear (rocking) for long; this will
make transmission over-exhausted. The
period for rocking shouldn’t exceed 1
minute.
AT cars can‟t be towed or
pushed to be started. Please
use jumper wires to connect
to supporting accumulator cells for
jump-starting.
In special circumstances, gear 2 may be
chosen in the manual mode as the starting
gear for running on icy snow cladded
pavement.
Running out of slit and icy
snow
If the driving wheels plunge into silt or icy
snow, try to rock the vehicle through
repeated forward/backward going. Alter
the gearshift between the positions ―D‖
and ―R‖ and slightly step on the gas. In
order to enhance effects, shift to the
position ―R‖ when the vehicle still moves
In rocking, try to keep the engine running
at low speed.
Compulsory gear-down
Automatic transmission can provide
augmented torsion in climbing up an
abrupt slope or overtaking. To obtain
compulsory gear-down effects, step on the
gasoline throttle to the bottom at gear D
and hold on. The transmission will switch
to the next gear when the engine achieves
maximum speed of rotation.
Parking on the way
Unloosen the accelerator pedal and step on
the foot brake. Keep the gearshift lever in
its original position. Release the foot brake
for another start.
The key principles for driving
of AT cars on different road
conditions

It is suggested that gear D is used for
the flat roads with small gradient. Step
on the gas rapidly* to obtain
immediate acceleration capability.
* Step on the gas rapidly: Driver can step
on the accelerator pedal to the bottom
rapidly. The function of rapid stepping on
the gas is to gear down by one scale for
the purpose that the torsion is increased
and then the speed is accelerated to a
higher level at a higher gear to obtain
excellent acceleration capability.
Notice:
The vehicle will be vibrated slightly when
geared down while being accelerated. This
indicates that compulsory gear-down
functions rather than the engine expedites
jittering. All these are related to rapid
stepping on the gas. This is one key
driving principle necessarily mastered by a
driver.
Driving
If you step on the gas slowly, it is
relatively hard for the vehicle to be geared
down while being accelerated. If you step
on the gas slowly to one half or two thirds
of the stroke, it is impossible for enough
acceleration horsepower (torsion) to be
obtained, though some horsepower
(torsion) may be increased. This is the
reason why customers feel the horsepower
is low. In addition, jittering will be much
larger in stepping on the gas slowly;
avoidance is thus necessary.
 It is suggested that gear 3 or gear 2 be
used in the manual mode for the roads
with intermediate gradient. Stepping
on the gas rapidly* provides
immediate acceleration capability.
 Please use gear 1* in the manual mode
for the roads with large gradient.
Don’t use gear D. Stepping on the gas
rapidly
provides
immediate
acceleration capability.
*Drivers can’t use gear 1 for the whole
journey. Depending on gradient change,
the gearshift lever should shift in gear 2 or
to the position D for normal driving. To
use gear 1 for long and forget shifting to
the position D for normal driving may
incur damages to transmission. Pay special
attention.
 If the period for continual braking
lasts too long in downslope driving,
the braking performance will fade due
to overheating of the brake. Please use
engine braking* to lower the vehicle
speed.
* The engine braking refers to the braking
effect achieved by shifting in a lower gear
during journey and releasing the
accelerator pedal, enabled by engine
deceleration and low transmission gear
ratio.
The lower the gear is, the better the effects
of engine braking will be.
To shift in a lower gear
imposes great impact upon
engine and transmission
during driving at high speed. Shift in
a lower gear only when the vehicle is
speeded down appropriately.

Please use the manual shift mode
before downslope driving to shift in
the lowest gear to achieve best braking
effects for the downslope roads with
very large gradient.
Electronic Cruise Control
System( )
In order to reduce the driving pressure of
stepping on accelerator pedal, cruise
control system keeps the car steadily
running faster than 25km/h and slower
than 130km/h within engine power
toleration.
Use of cruise
control system is not
recommended in traffic
hubs and unfavorable
driving conditions (for
example, slippery roads,
vehicle
skidding
or
rolling
forward).
Recommended car speed
for cruise driving ranges
from 35km/h to 130km/h
and low speed cruise
driving may accelerate
the wearing down of
transmission gear.
Driving
Cruise
Button
Definition
2. In cruise status, push the OFF button
to exit from cruise status, and cruise
indicator blacks out; in cruise status,
step on accelerator pedal (cruise
indicator constantly shines), and car
speed rises; when accelerator pedal is
released, car speed falls to cruise
speed before accelerator pedal is
stepped on;
Function
Cruise buttons ON and OFF to the left of
steering wheel are shown in the figure
below:
Cruise buttons RES/+ and SET/-to the left
of steering wheel and under the buttons
ON and OFF are shown in the figure
below:
1. Ignition switch is accessible through
ON button; push the ON button, cruise
indicator lights up and keeps blinking
(normal pre-cruise status); when
driving at 25km/h to 130km/h, push
the button SET/-, vehicle runs at a
constant speed (Don’t place foot on
accelerator pedal; cruise system
automatically adjusts the opening of
air throttle); at the same time, cruise
indicator constantly shines, suggesting
progress into cruise status; continued
blinking of cruise indicator suggests
non-realization of cruise status, please
try again to enter cruise status (if
failed, please contact with Chery
chartered service station and ask for
inspection & repair service);
3. In cruise status, when accelerator
pedal (cruise indicator constantly
shines) is stepped on, car speed rises;
when accelerator pedal is released, car
speed automatically falls to the cruise
speed when accelerator pedal is not
stepped on;
4. In cruise status, step on accelerator
pedal (cruise indicator constantly
shines), and car speed rises; release
accelerator pedal, and push the SET/button, and the car cruises at new
speed;
Driving
5. In cruise status, short-press the RES/+
button once (shorter than 0.5 sec and
cruise indicator constantly shines), and
car speed rises by 2km/h; in cruise
status, long-press the RES/+ button
(longer than 0.5 sec and cruise
indicator constantly shines), and car
speed constantly rises; when the
RES/+ button is released, speed rise
stops and the car runs at a constant
speed when releasing the RES/+
button (long-pressing RES/+ button
not recommended as car speed keeps
rising leading to potential driving
safety risks);
6. In cruise status, short-press the SET/button (shorter than 0.5 sec and cruise
indicator constantly shines), and car
speed rises by 2 km/h; in cruise status,
long-press the SET/+ button (longer
than 0.5 sec and cruise indicator
constantly shines), car speed keeps
rising; when the SET/- button is
released, car speed rise stops and the
car runs at constant speed when
releasing the RES/+ button;
7. In cruise status, step on brake pedal,
cruise indicator blinks (suggesting
normal pre-cruise status), and car
speed falls; if car speed does not fall
below 25km/h, the car will run back
into cruise status before brake pedal is
stepped on, and cruise indicator
constantly shines, when brake pedal is
released and the RES/+ button is
pushed;
8. In cruise status, when brake pedal is
stepped on, cruise indicator constantly
shines (suggesting normal pre-cruise
status), and car speed falls; if brake
pedal is released when car speed falls
below 25km/h and the RES/+ button is
pushed, the car will be unable to run
back into the cruise status before brake
pedal is stepped on. However, driver
can step more heavily on accelerator
pedal to raise car speed above 25 km/h,
and push the RES/+ button while
accelerator pedal is released; then, the
car will run back into the cruise status
before brake pedal is stepped on, and
cruise indicator constantly shines;
9. In case of complete vehicle faults
affecting cruise safety, the car would
be unable to enter into the cruise status
with cruise indicator blinking.
Manual
Transmission
Operation( )
Chery Eastar has five driving gears and
one reverse gear for manual transmission.
Gear layout is shown in the figure below:
Gearshift
Operating instructions and notices:
Driving

In gearshift, step on brake pedal to the
bottom, move shift lever into desired
gear, and exert more force to send shift
lever into that gear. In case of
inflexible gear engagement, step on
brake pedal again and quickly move
gear lever into place after releasing
transmission from engine torsion.

Shift to low speed gear when driving
down slope; sliding of a car
declutched should be avoided.

When shifting transmission from a low
gear to a high gear, trip-stop operation
should be prohibited lest service life of
synchronizer is undermined.


In neutral engine shutdown, engine
startup through forceful engagement
with synchronizer is strictly prohibited;
otherwise, service life of synchronizer
is undermined.
Drastic
pulling
and
pushing
movements are strictly prohibited in
gearshift; constantly press on the gear
lever so that the period for lock loop
of synchronizer will be greatly
reduced

Don’t continuously hold the gearshift
lever with your hand when gear
engagement
and
gearshift
are
completed so as to prevent transfer of
excessive force from hand to gearshift
fork; otherwise, premature wearing of
gearshift fork might occur.

In case of such abnormal phenomena
in driving as abnormal noise detected
in
transmission
and
obvious
unwieldiness
in
operation,
immediately stop and check your car;
and continue your driving when all
faults are cleared.

In normal driving status, please don’t
keep your feet on clutch pedal to avoid
unnecessary wearing of clutch.

Move the gear lever to reverse gear
only when car stands still. When
engine is running, step on the clutch to
the bottom before gearshift, and shift
in a gear after several minutes, so as to
prevent quacking noise produced by
unfavorable transmission engagement.
When reverse gear is enabled, rear
reversing light will blink after ignition
switch is turned on.
Reverse gear is strictly
prohibited
in
driving;
otherwise, transmission may
be damaged. Such faults are not
warranted by Chery Automobile.
Wading
When inevitably encountering water in
driving, drive carefully and slowly
especially
when
facing
undefined
situation.
When water submerges rim,
Don‟t drive forward.
When wading through water, both car
tractive force and braking performance are
reduced, and risk of engine shutdown is
possible.
When water permeates into engine air inlet
pipe, the engine can be seriously damaged.
When wading through deep water, water
seeps through transmission vent-hole into
transmission gear to cause damages to the
transmission.
Driving
After wading through water, drive slowly
and slightly and step on brake pedal
several times to remove water from it.
Water on brake will degrade braking
performance.
Note:
When engine keeps running, catalytic
converter will be extremely heated. Wear
protective gloves in maintenance to avoid
scalding.
Catalytic Converter
Drive cars equipped with
catalytic converter
Catalytic converter helps reduce exhaust
gas pollution.
Make sure that leadless fuel is
used. Leaded fuel causes
permanent
damages
to
catalytic converter and hot oxygen
sensor. Chery Automobile is not
responsible for damages due to use of
leaded fuel. Such damages are
unwarranted. In case that you
accidentally add leaded fuel, please
immediately contact Chery chartered
service station nearest.
Narrowed oil filling port is available with
gasoline engine car and can only
accommodate compressor gun nozzle of
leadless gasoline pump.
When gasoline engine operates,
high tension line of ignition coil
shall not be pulled off. Check
whether engine works normally or
observe spark flashover by resorting to
cylinder
extinguishment
method;
otherwise, catalytic converter might be
damaged.
In case engine ignition is in
trouble
or
engine
performance is degraded in
driving, please drive your car slowly
to Chery chartered service station
nearest. Don‟t step on the gas in
driving.
Please prevent unburned or partially
burned fuel oil flowing into catalytic
converter, especially when engine is
extremely heated.
Avoid the following phenomena:

Exhaustion of fuel oil.

Keep starting the engine for a long
period.
Driving

Engine running when any cable joint
of spark plug is removed.
may accidentally slide and incur personal
injuries or property loss.
Traffic and road conditions

Start a car whose engine is in
operating temperature with trolley or
tractor.
Chassis protection
Traffic congestion, climbing slopes,
multiple detours and rough road surface
unfavorably affect oil consumption.

Turn off ignition switch in driving.
Parking
Your car is equipped with insulating panel.
Don’t apply painting dressing to insulating
panel, exhaust pipe or catalytic converter
or the area close to these devices. Don’t
disassemble insulating panel.
Oil Consumption
Oil consumption is affected
by the following factors:
Don’t park car, lay idle car or drive car on
dry leaves or grass. Even when engine is
turned off, potential fire hazard exists
because exhaust gas will emit certain
amount of heat for a short period.
In parking a car, don’t use selector rod to
substitute hand brake. Make sure that hand
brake be pulled up tightly and selector rod
be placed in the position ―P‖.
Remember to turn off ignition switch
when getting out of car. Turn off engine
when nobody is in car; otherwise, your car
Car speed and gear selection
When car speed is constant, the
higher the gear is, the lower oil
consumption will be; to keep
low gear to improve acceleration will
result in obviously higher oil consumption.
Mileage/engine temperature
Frequent cold start and short distance
driving lead to obviously increased oil
consumption.
Good driving habits
Foreseeing risks and keeping proper
distance away from cars running ahead not
only reduce oil consumption but also
decrease wearing of brake and noises.
In case of level crossing
congestion or waiting for red
light for long, driver is advised
to turn off engine.
Engine running idle for 3 minutes
consumes the equivalent amount of fuel
that can support a car to travel 1km.
Car load condition
Increase of car load leads to high oil
consumption.
Emergency Response
Technical status
Over-low tyre pressure or improper maintenance of engine and vehicle also lead to high oil consumption.
Essentials about fuel saving and environmental protection:

In driving, adhere to the principle of oil consumption economy, and resort to extra electric loads only when necessary.

Start driving without previous warming-up of engine is proper.

Step on the gas gradually in a smooth way.

Shift in the next higher gear to achieve lower engine speed.

Foresee traffic conditions.

When unnecessary, immediately turn off air conditioner and windshield heating.

Regularly check and adjust tyre pressure.

Regularly implement car maintenance, and ask for help from Chery chartered service station for best results.
Radiator Fan
Radiator fan is electrically powered with its operating status controlled by engine ECU. When temperature of cooling liquid or engine
compartment reaches certain level, the switch automatically connects to fan circuit.
Radiator fan continues to work
for a while (about 10 minutes)
as engine temperature takes
time to fall after engine is turned off.
But the fan can possibly restart
Emergency Response
abruptly due to drastic temperature
rise in engine compartment influenced
by external ambient temperature.
Therefore, take extreme care when
operating inside engine compartment
to avoid accident occurrence.
Note:
When cooling liquid temperature rises to fan starting temperature and fan fails to start, check whether fan fuse is blown, and replace the fuse
when necessary.
Fan rotation speed has nothing to do with engine rotation speed. Shift in a lower gear can not enhance cooling effect, therefore, to shift in a
lower gear is unnecessary as long as engine operates steadily and car speed does not suffer obvious decrease in slope climbing.
Emergency Response
Chapter 10 Emergency Response
Emergency Response
Emergency Response
Warning Flasher
If fuel gauge indicates low oil
level
or
the
warning
indicator is ON, add fuel
immediately.
The warning flasher is for emergency use
only to warn against vehicles in the front
and those following that your car drops
anchor or is in hazardous conditions.
When fuel is at a low level, the low oil
level warning indicator will be ON. Please
head to the gas station nearest for fueling.
Unprompted fueling will
result in loss of ignition and
difficulty in startup, possibly
incurring damages to the engine.
Turn
to
Chery
chartered
maintenance point for emergency
services immediately.
Push the button to turn on or off it. When
ignition switch is turned off, the warning
flasher can be still operated.
Local operating function
The control system of the engine has local
operating function. It can still work even
the system has faults. However, engine
performance might be degraded.
Head to Chery chartered
maintenance
point
for
inspection immediately.
on fueling at this time. Otherwise,
there will be no expansion space in the
fuel tank; once temperature rises, fuel
will spill over the fuel tank.
Prompt Fueling
Please correctly use compressor
gun for fueling.

Insert a compressor gun into the fuel
tank completely. Don’t lay it beside oil
filling port in a slanting way.

If an automatic compressor gun is
used for fueling, automatic shutoff of
the gun indicates that the fuel tank has
been fully filled. Don’t attempt to keep

Screw down the fuel tank cup after
fueling, please.

Please comply with local pertinent
laws & regulations when canned
standby fuel is carried along with your
car.

For the purpose of safety, it is
suggested that canned standby fuel be
not carried along with the car to avoid
that the oil cans are damaged to spill
gasoline and result in fire disasters.
Bulb Replacement
Prior to replacement of any bulb, turn off
the light and turn off ignition switch, and
dismount anode of accumulator cell.
Emergency Response
Beware of electric shock!
For a vehicle with xenon
headlight, bulb of headlight can‟t be
replaced
unless
anode
of
accumulator cell is dismounted.
Otherwise, you may get a high
tension electric shock.
Don’t touch upon bulb glass with you
fingers directly. Otherwise, the fingerprint
left thereon will be heated and volatile
after the lamp is ON to be deposited on
mirror surface and darken the reflector.
Use bulbs of the same type in replacement.
Prior to installation, please examine the
bulb specification.
It is suggested that a box of standby bulbs
be carried along with the car for accidental
conditions. Chery chartered service
stations keep available bulbs of various
specs. For the purpose of safety, the
following bulbs of great importance to
traffic safety should be carried:
Bulb for front headlight:
Bulbs
for
steering,
reversing and rear fog
lamps:
12V 21W
Bulbs for license plate,
Calibrate the head light each
time when its bulb is
replaced.
Head light bank (high
beam/passing lamp/parking
light/turn light)
side steering and high
positioned brake lamps:
12V 5W
Bulbs for brake/parking
The head light bank must be dismounted
for dismounting of any bulb above.
light:
1. Open the power plant nacelle cover.
12V 21W/ 5W
2. Dismount the three screw bolts that
fasten the head light bank (with
positions as indicated below).
Bulb for front fog lamp:
12V 55W
12V 55W
Emergency Response
2. Dismount the anchor screws and pull
out the lamp holder, replace the bulb
damaged with a new bulb. Screw
down the anchor screws and well
install the protective cover of head.
3. Pull out the head light bank carefully
and disconnect cable joints.
4. The high beam holder can be pulled
out when the clamp spring is released,
as indicated below:
High beam/passing lamp bulbs
1. Push the lock catch of protective cover
to dismount the cover of passing lamp.
3. Open the holder cover according to the
direction indicated on the cover of
high beam holder, as shown below.
5. Pull out the plug, and take down the
bulb damaged and replace it with a
new one. Then, plug it in.
Emergency Response
6. Fix the bulb and high beam cover with
the clamp spring.
7. Calibrate lamplight of high beam with
headlight beam tester.
Notice:
Well fix the halogen bulb into the holder
necessarily.
Bulb for front turn light
slightly.
Bulb for front fog lamp
Jack the car to replace bulb for front fog
lamp from the back; or dismount the fog
lamp for replacement. Thereby, you’d
better turn to Chery chartered service
stations for replacement of bulb for fog
lamp.
Tail light bulb
1. Rotate the holder anticlockwise and
pull it out. Push the bulb with slight
pressure, and rotate the bulb
anticlockwise to take it out. Replace
the bulb.
4. Install it in a reverse order.
5. Check if the light works regularly after
installation.
positioned
1. Open the tail gate, and dismount two
cross recessed screws to know down
the cover plate. Unshackle the
electrical joints to take the lamp bank
out, pull out the cover plate, and take
the bulb out for replacement.
Bulb for parking light
The dismounting method is the same with
that of bulbs for front turn light.
2. Install the bulb in a reverse order.
(exterior
Turn to Chery chartered service stations
for replacement, please.
3. Push the bulb with slight pressure and
rotate it anticlockwise to take it out.
Replace the bulb.
Bulb for high
brake lamp
2. Install a new bulb in a reverse order.
Side turn light
rear-view mirror)
2. Screw off the holder in a direction
reverse to the locking direction
indicated on the holder to take it out.
1. Open the tail gate. Uncouple the
back-kick holding-down clip of tail
light bank cover inside the luggage
compartment. Pull out the light bank
Bulb for license light
Position for installation: installed under
the guard plate of license light.
Emergency Response
1. Dismount the tapping screws that
fasten license light to take them down.
Emergency Response
2. Pull out the light holder and take down
the bulb damaged.
3. Install a new bulb into the holder and
install the holder into place.
4. Fasten the holder with the tapping
screws.
Bulb for interior front/rear
ceiling light
1. Turn off body light.
2. Insert screwdriver between lamp shell
and lamp house to pry out the lamp
house carefully.
3. Replace the bulb and keep reflecting
mirror in place.
Bulb
for
compartment
luggage
Mounted position: Installed on the veil of
left rear loudspeaker.
1. Extrude the position of A with your
hand from back of the lamp; and cross
the protruding step to dismount the
lamp for luggage compartment.
2. Replace the bulb.
3. Install it into the mounting hole on the
veil of loudspeaker.
Front
headlight
adjustment
beam
4. Install the lamp shell into mounting
hole of the lamp house again.
Visor dressing glass lamp:
It’s positioned behind the visor.
Pry out the glass block and replace the
bulb.
Front headlight beam adjustment involves
driving
safety.
Thereby,
special
instruments are allowed for beam
adjustment only. Comply with relevant
laws & regulations in adjustment.
Position of front headlight must adapt to
load conditions of the vehicle.
Screw A - Vertical adjustments
Screw B - Horizontal adjustment
Indicated above is the screw for right
headlight adjustment. Take down the
protective cover of headlight in
adjustment.
The screw for left front headlight
adjustment is symmetrical with that for
right headlight. The adjustment methods
keep the same.
Fuse and Relay
Turn off ignition switch and
all electrical equipment
before fuse and relay are
replaced.
Replace the defective fuse with a new fuse
of the same rated value. The fuse box
including primary fuse and relay is
positioned as below.
Replacement of relay requires professional
knowledge.
Emergency Response
It is suggested that some standby fuse be
carried along with the vehicle for
emergency purpose.
Fuse tube
Chery chartered maintenance points keep
available fuses of various specs.
Blown fuse is identified through that fuse
is disconnected. All fuses are of thrust-in
type.
Mini fuse
Any authorized change to
electrical or fuel system of
automobile
will
affect
automobile
performance
and
possibly cause fire or safety hazards.
It is hereby suggested that all work
involving dismounting of fuel or
electrical system or replacement of
relay be implemented by Chery
chartered maintenance points.
Emergency Response
Fuse box for power plant nacelle (*Rather than Version 07)
It is positioned on the left of power plant nacelle and behind accumulator cell. Pull up the covering plate after releasing the latch to dismount
the cover plate of fuse box.
Emergency Response
R1 fan relay
S2 air blower fuse
F4 fuel injector/carbon tank/air flow
meter/camshaft position sensor
F14 passing lamp
R2 air blower relay
S3 fan fuse
F5ECU44, 45 and 63/oxygen sensor
F15 rear windshield defrosting
R3 fan relay
S4ABS fuse
F6 ECU/diagnosis interface
F16 seat adjustment
R4 oil pump relay
S5 ignition switch
F7 electric generator
F17 vehicle window
R5 engine relay
S6 ignition switch
F8 oil pump
F18 brake switch
R6AT relay
S7 fuse box
F9 for standby use
F19 radio
R7 air conditioning relay
S8 ISU power supply
F10 high beam
F20 rear-view mirror defrosting
R8 fog lamp relay
F1 ceiling/rear window curtain
F11 automatic transmission case
F21 dimmer switch
R9 defrosting relay
F2 luggage compartment switch
F12 air conditioning
F22 left rear tail light/left license
light/left front small light
S1 fan fuse
F3 ceiling light/door lamp/key
signaling lamp
F13 passing lamp
F23 right rear tail light/right front &
rear fog light/right front small light
Emergency Response
Fuse box for power plant nacelle (*Version 07)
It is positioned on the left of power plant nacelle and behind accumulator cell. Pull up the covering plate after releasing the latch to dismount
the cover plate of fuse box in fuse check or replacement.
Emergency Response
R1 fan relay (low
speed)
R11 high beam
relay
F2
luggage
switch
R2 air
relay
S1 fan (low
speed) fuse
F3 ceiling light/door lamp/key
signaling lamp
F13 passing lamp
R3 fan relay (high
speed)
S2 air
fuse
F4 fuel injector/carbon tank/air
flow meter/camshaft position
sensor
F14 passing lamp
R4 oil pump relay
S3 fan (high
speed) fuse
F5 ECU/oxygen sensor
F15 rear
defrosting
R5 engine relay
S4ABS fuse
F6 ECU/diagnosis interface
F16 seat adjustment
R6
automatic
transmission relay
S5
switch
ignition
F7 for standby use
F17 vehicle window
R7
air
conditioning relay
S6
switch
ignition
F8 oil pump
F18 brake switch
R8 passing lamp
relay
S7 battery jar
F9 windshield wiper switch
F19 radio
R9 front fog lamp
relay
S8 BCM power
supply
F10 high beam
F13 passing lamp
R10 small light
relay
F1 ceiling/rear
window curtain
F11 automatic transmission
case
F20 rear-view mirror
defrosting
blower
blower
compartment
F12 air conditioning
windshield
F21 dimmer switch
F22 left tail light/left license
plate lamp/left front small
light
F23 right tail light/right
license plate lamp/right front
small light
Emergency Response
Fuse box of the instrument panel
(Mitsubishi engine configured)
It is positioned at left nose nacelle to the
left of the instrument panel. Fuse box
cover can be seen immediately when the
door at driver’s side is opened. Replace
the fuse after opening the cover.
Central fuse distribution box
Fuse
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Circuits protected
Rear-view
mirror
adjustment switch
AV unit
Seat heating and standby
power supply
Air conditioning control
module
Diagnosis device
Glove box lamp and
cigarette lighter
Audio system
Radio & recorder and
automatic
ceiling
controller
10
Windshield
wiper
cleaning controller
Windshield wiper
11
12
SRS airbag
For standby purpose
9
A
13
10A
14
Automatic transmission
control module
ISU unit
10A
25A
10A
10A
10A
10A
15A
15
Air conditioning control
module
20A
16
17
Primary relay
Reversing light
15A
15A
10A
10A
18
19
ABS control module
ATC and ISU
15A
10A
20A
20
21
Air blower
For standby purpose
20A
10A
22
23
For standby purpose
Safety clip
20A
15A
10A
10A
Emergency Response
Fuse box of the instrumental
panel
(ACTECO
engine
configured)
It is positioned on the left of the
instrumental panel. Fuse box cover can be
seen when the door at driver’s side is
opened. Replace the fuse after opening the
cover.
Emergency Response
Emergency Response
F30 seat heating (for standby
purpose)
F35 cigarette lighter
F40 seat heating
F45
reverse
switch/engine
protection module
F31
rear-view
switch
F36 radio
F41ABS module
F46 ISU
F32 loudspeaker relay
F37
instrument/theft
protection indicator
F42 ISU
F47 gearshift switch
F33 noctilucent switch/headlight
relay
F38 windshield wiper motor
F43ECU13/driving
speed
sensor/ignition coil/air conditioning
high and low-voltage switch
F48 air conditioning module
F34 front fog lamp relay
F39 washing motor
F44 instrument and light switch/ISU
F49 SRS airbag module
mirror/ceiling
gear
theft
Emergency Response
Fuse replacement
Fuse color standard
Color
Ampere
Grey
2
Purple
3
Pink
4
Brown
5
Auburn
7.5
Red
10
Blue
15
Yellow
20
Colorless
25
Green
30
Fuse tube color standard
Color
Ampere
Blue
20
Pink
30
Green
40
Red
50
Yellow
60
Auburn
70
Black
80
Fuse drawbench is attached to your car.
You can find it in the fuse box of power
plant nacelle.
Vehicle
Replacement
Wheel
Please follow the precautions
below before the car is
jacked.
Park your car at an appropriate position.
Please confirm that tyre replacement will
neither affect traffic nor endanger your
safety.
Please confirm that the vehicle is on the
steady and level ground. If necessary, use
appropriate wedge blocks to prevent the
steering wheels for further fixation of your
car.
Please confirm that front wheels point
right ahead.
If the vehicle features automatic
transmission, please choose the position
―P‖.
Emergency Response
Spare wheel
If size of some wheel
(whether it is a steel ring or
tyre) differs from other
wheels installed, please comply with
the provisions below.
Lifting jack attached
To jack the car with a lifting
jack is only used to replace
vehicle wheels. Don‟t operate
under the vehicle.
Spare wheels are located under the
cover plate of luggage compartment
bottom board.
Lifting points
The maximum working load
is 1200kg for lifting jack.
Lifting jack is placed within the storage
tank on the left of luggage compartment.
1. Lift the cover plate of luggage
compartment bottom board.
2. Unscrew the screw bolt fully.
3. Take the spare wheel out.
Triangle warning plate
Triangle warning plate is placed in the
luggage compartment.
Lifting jack can only prop up the car at the
particular groove part beneath the chassis
above.
Emergency Response
Wheel dismounting
Wheel installation
1. Confirm that front wheel points right
ahead.
2. Turn off ignition switch.
3. Please select the position ―P‖ for
automatic transmission.
4. Ask passengers to leave the car.
5. Turn on hazard warning flasher and
pull up hand brake.
6. If necessary, use appropriate wheel
limit stop to fix the vehicle to prevent
rolling or sliding.
7. Insert the slotted point screwdriver
between steel ring and hub cap and
then twist it to dismount the hub cap.
8. Erect a triangle warning plate 100m
distant from the vehicle.
9. Use special tools to unscrew wheel
nuts, as indicated below.
10. Place the lifting jack to ensure the
whole pedal side is on the hard
ground.
11. Lifting jack must prop up the lifting
point vertically.
12. Prop up the vehicle until wheels leave
the ground.
13. Dismount wheel nuts and then take
down the wheel.
6. Push the wheel into the wheel bolt,
screw down wheel nuts clockwise, and
fasten the wheel.
7. Jack down the vehicle and remove the
lifting jack.
8. Screw down wheel nuts fully in the
diagonal mode.
9. Press in the hub cap steadily with both
hands.
10. Keep the lifting jack and defective
wheel into place in a reverse order and
fix them.
11. Turn to Chery chartered maintenance
points for inspections of wheel nut
screwing torsion and tyre pressure.
Accumulator Cell
Safety tips
The following preventive
measures are necessarily
adopted in transportation of
accumulator cells.
Emergency Response

Keep
children
accumulator acid.
distant
from

Electronic ignition system has high
voltage built in. Don’t touch upon
these components when the engine
runs or ignition switch is turned on.
Dismounting and mounting

Accumulator acid is corrosive. Wear
gloves and eye protector. Don’t let
acid or lead touch upon your skin or
clothes. Don’t tilt an accumulator cell
because acid liquor may flow out
through gas vent. If acid liquor is
splashed into eyes, please rinse the
eyes with clean water for several
minutes
and
go
to
hospital
immediately. If acid liquor is splashed
on skin or clothes, neutral the acid
liquor with alkaline water (soap water)
and then wash it with clean water. If
acid liquor is swallowed, please be
hospitalized immediately.

The following preventive
measures are necessarily
adopted in dismounting and
mounting accumulator cells.
Accumulator cell releases explosive
gas when charged.


Open fire, sparkles and smoking are
forbidden. Please avoid sparkles in
wiring and electrical operations. Don’t
connect electrodes; otherwise, the
short circuit resulted therefrom will
produce sparkles and incur injuries.
Your car is equipped with the
lead-acid accumulator free of
maintenance (12V, 65Ah).
Emergency Response

Accumulator cell is replaced with the
lead-acid accumulator instead of
other types of accumulator cells.
Current and capacity of new
accumulator cells must comply with
those of old accumulator cells or
Chery specifications. Consult Chery
chartered maintenance points for
correct specifications of accumulator
cell.

Dismount the cathode ( ﹣ ) cable
firstly after ignition switch and all
electrical devices have been already
turned off.

Please avoid carefully that metallic
tools touch upon both electrodes of
accumulator cell simultaneously or
touch upon the anode and vehicle
body accidentally.

Connect the anode (﹢) cable firstly
and then the cathode cable in
reconnecting accumulator cells.

Automobile may show some
abnormalities in performance in
early period of driving after
accumulator cell is dismounted and
reconnected. This indicates that the
control system of engine is
re-adapting to the engine. It can be
ignored.
Used accumulator cells contain
sulfuric acid and lead. They can’t
be discarded as ordinary
domestic waste. Please send them to local
waste disposal stations qualified.
Engine Jump-starting
Procedures
Accumulator cells with same rated
voltages (12V) can be connected only. Use
the jumper wires with insulating clips and
the cables of appropriate dimension. Don’t
dismantle accumulator cells from the
electrical system of your car.
Lead wire connection
Emergency Response

1. Park two cars appropriately to make
them not touch each other.
2. Turn off ignitions of both vehicles.
Turn off all unnecessary electrical
devices.
3. Connect the positive (﹢) post of the
accumulator cell short of power to that
of supporting accumulator cell via
conductor A.
4. Connect one end of conductor B to the
negative (-) post of supporting
accumulator cell and the other end of
conductor B to the metallic part of the
engine to be started.
To be connected to the
negative (-) post of the
accumulator cell short of
power is forbidden.
5. Confirm that jumper cable won’t
interfere with operating parts of the
engine.
To start the engine
In order to reduce voltage
surge in dismounting, put
through the fan and electric
heating switch (rear windshield),
please.
Don‟t illuminate the head
light to replace heating-type
windshield glass. Voltage
surge may damage bulbs.
1. Engine of the vehicle with supporting
accumulator cell runs at a high speed
appropriate.
2. Start up the engine of the vehicle with
an accumulator cell short of power.
3. Run the two cars for 3 minutes before
lead wires are removed.
Lead wire removal
Remove the conductor B (﹣) firstly
and then the conductor A (﹢).
Emergency Response
Breakdown Trailer
The vehicle is equipped with trailer rings
fore and aft for installation of towing
ropes.
Slowly and smoothly run to avoid
bouncing of trailer and your car in towing.
Too large tractive force of towing ropes
may damage your car.
Ignition switch of the vehicle
towed should be set at the
position “ON” to ensure that
steering wheel, turn light and brake
light can all work. Due to loss of
ignition of the engine, there are no
braking and steering boosting forces.
As a result, the operating forces
required are larger. The forces for
braking and steering should be
enhanced accordingly.
To tow AT cars
In towing an AT car, gearshift lever of the
vehicle towed must be positioned at the
position ―N‖ (neutral). Speed of a trailer
shouldn’t exceed 50km/h with a distance
not beyond 50km. If long-distance towing
is required, the driving wheels should be
elevated from ground. In towing, the
vehicle towed must head forward.
The vehicle towed can‟t
head backward to rotate
driving wheels in towing;
otherwise, automatic transmission
may be damaged. An AT car can‟t be
started through the towing method.
Please adopt jump-starting using
jumper wires.
Servicing & Maintenance
Chapter 11 Servicing & Maintenance
Servicing & Maintenance
The sedan car you drive is made by Chery
Automobile, and features superb safety
and comfort, outstanding dynamic
performance and economic efficiency.
Regular reception of cover-all servicing &
maintenance at Chery chartered service
stations is advised as recommended in
Manual and maintenance regulations so
that you can always have your car in its
best running status. All Chery chartered
service stations sincerely promise to
deliver to you best services.
Please use engine oil, gasoline, brake
liquid and antifreeze liquid as exactly
recommended in this Manual lest possible
damages happen to your car. Service life
of your car can only be extended when
using original parts and materials as
recommended by Chery chartered service
stations. Hereby, we call for your special
attention to the fact that original parts
belonging to Chery Automobile are
available only at Chery chartered service
stations throughout the country and it is
only from those service stations that you
can obtain the original parts.
Regular maintenance is a must-do
procedure during your daily driving
process. The Manual makes available to
you detailed maintenance arrangements
(see regular maintenance regulations
hereunder), including the first-time free
service delivery. Please strictly conform to
those arrangements in the Manual when
undertaking maintenance so that your car
keeps running in best performance and
status, hidden troubles immediately
spotted and cleared to prevent failures, and
service life effectively extended. Please
carefully read the detailed elaborations
hereunder on the regular methodology of
maintenance, trouble detection and
prevention.
Chery Authorized Service Station is the
solely
authorized
professional
maintenance point (MP) of Chery
Automobile. Service staff receives strict
and professional training before they are
trusted to deliver the best after services. In
case that service effect at Chery chartered
service stations in or near your
neighborhood falls short of your
expectations or proves to be unsatisfying,
please directly write to: after service dept.,
Chery Automobile Co., Ltd., EDZ, Wuhu,
Anhui, or call customer service hotline:
4008838888, and we will try whatever in
our utmost capacity to provide our best
service. Remember to clearly indicate in
letter the information about model, chassis
number, engine number, mileage, and car
acquisition date.
Servicing & Maintenance
Servicing & maintenance falls into two
categories, daily maintenance, done by car
owners independently and regular
inspection and maintenance, completed by
Chery chartered service stations.
Chery as the Permanent
Service Provider
In order to maintain vehicle reliability and
driving performance, please conform to
regular maintenance arrangements in this
Manual. Taking Chery as the permanent
service provider is recommended.
Must-do Checks
Regularly check liquid level and add
liquid and oil when necessary; check tyre
pressure, and working status of lights and
braking system; check warning lamp; refer
to Regular Maintenance Arrangement
Table.
Servicing & Maintenance
The tank of braking liquid, cooling liquid
and power steering liquid is translucent
containers to inspect quickly and visually.
High voltage is present in
electronic ignition system; do
not touch these parts when
engine runs or ignition switch is
turned on.
Prior to operations in engine
compartment,
turn
off
ignition switch; take care to
avoid having clothes (possibly ties in
particular) entangled into cooling
fan or driving belt as cooling fan
may run into automatic operation
though ignition switch is off.
Conventional Maintenance
Fuel oil, grease and engine oil residuals
may get washed off when washing engine.
Only use car wash area causing
no damage to ecological drainage
system.
For the disposal and treatment of
used engine oil, braking liquid,
antifreeze liquid, accumulator
cells and tyres, deliver the same only to
eligible waste material processing entities
or make inquiries about replacements to
concerned manufacturers and suppliers of
the same products; do not dump the waste
as part of domestic refuse or drain off the
same into public drainage system.
Environmental protection is a concern for
all and calls for effort from all.
Maintenance
Table
Arrangement
Daily Check:
Operating status of external and
internal lights; replace burnt-out or
dim bulbs; make sure that all lens are
clean.
Check When Adding Fuel Oil:





Engine oil level
Braking liquid level
Windshield detergent level
Tyre pressure and condition
(cold condition only)
Check against frayed and bent
pipes in crankcase ventilation
system
Monthly Check:

Cooling liquid level (engine
under cold condition)

Leakage in engine assembly,
pipes, tubes and oil tanks

Power steering oil level

Air conditioner operating status*

Hand brake operating status

Horns operating status
NOTICE:
Air conditioner shall operate at least for 30
minutes every month.
Engine oil, lubricant grease
and oil liquid shall be kept
away from children‟s reach;
avoid contact between human skin
and used engine oil as provided in
Safety Instruction on containers.
Servicing & Maintenance
Engine Compartment Maintenance Job (Mitsubishi engine)
Servicing & Maintenance
Engine Oil Dipstick
(Mitsubishi Engine)
(ACTECO Engine)
MAX MIN
MAX
MIN
Engine oil consumption is influenced by
multiple factors. A new engine usually
reaches normal oil consumption around
5,000 km. Engines in high load operation
consume much more oil than usual.
Regularly check engine oil when making
new additions or prior to long distance
driving.
Drive and park your car on flat ground
when checking engine oil; turn off ignition
switch and wait for several minutes for
engine oil to flow into oil sump (as
temperature outside car may happen to be
unusually low or engine temperature needs
more time to reach operating level). Prior to
engine oil check, do not start engine. Draw
out dipstick and wipe the same clean with
lint free cloth, restore to its position and
draw out again.
In case of oil level between MIN mark and
MAX mark at the lower end of dipstick, oil
filling is unnecessary. Hot engine oil may
expand and exceed by several millimeters
the above gap marks.
In case of oil level at or below MIN mark,
add engine oil qualified for Chery
designated specs till oil level rises to stay
between MIN and MAX. For details, refer
to ―Capacity and Specs‖.
Engine Oil Filler Cap
Turn filler cap in anticlockwise direction
and draw the same out to open the same. Do
not open filler cap when engine is running.
Do not use oil additive or
engine treating agent, which
are unnecessary and may
cause damages to engine, which is
not covered by warranty promise.
Turn filler cap clockwise until you hear a
cracking sound to close the same.
Empty waste engine oil containers
shall not be discarded together
with domestic refuse. Please resort
to eligible local waste disposal facilities to
discard the containers.
Braking Liquid/Clutch Oil
Take care to avoid contact
between human skin and
eyes with the liquid; in case
of such contact, please wash the
affected parts with water and
immediately resort to medical
treatment.
(Mitsubishi Engine) (ACTECO Engine)
Servicing & Maintenance
Braking liquid and clutch oil are supplied
with the same tanks.
Oil level shall be kept between MIN mark
and MAX mark on one side of oil tank. In
case of oil level falling down to MIN mark,
braking liquid level warning lamp shall
light up.
Only braking liquid qualified for Chery
designated specs is eligible for filling. Refer
to ―Capacity and Specs‖. In case of system
leakage, send concerned parts to and ask for
check job from Chery chartered service
stations.
When adding braking liquid, make sure that
the same is purely clean.
In case of contact between
painted surfaces and oil
liquid, please wipe the
surfaces with wet sponge or wash the
same with enough water.
Mark on the back of braking liquid tank
indicates wax free braking liquid.
Cooling System Liquid Tank
mixture into tank.
Take utmost caution when
adding cooling liquid to
avoid spill of the same onto
any part.
Engine Cooling Liquid
Do not open tank cap when
engine runs in extreme heat.
Watch cooling liquid level through
translucent tank. When engine is in cold
condition, cooling liquid level shall remain
between MIN mark and MAX mark. When
engine warms up, cooling liquid expands
and liquid level rises to exceed MAX mark.
Add cooling liquid only when engine is
under cold condition. In case of filling
when engine temperature substantially rises,
wait for 10 minutes in the first place for
engine temperature to cool down. Turn
loose tank cap by a quarter turn to release
pressure. Wait for some time and
completely open tank cap. Mix water with
cooling liquid by 50 to 50 and add the
Take care to avoid contact
between human skin and eye
with the liquid. In case of
such contact, please wash the
affected parts with water and
immediately resort to medical
treatment.
The fact that modern engine frequently
operates under extreme high temperature
conditions renders inferior cooling liquid
incapable of providing adequate protection
against corroding effects. Therefore, it is of
great importance to use cooling liquid with
the right strength, which not only protects
engine from cold exposure but also renders
year-round protection against corrosion.
Please use eligible cooling liquid qualified
for Chery designated specs. Refer to
―Capacity and Specs‖.
Servicing & Maintenance
Do not cross-use cooling
liquids of different colors and
specs.
Power Steering Liquid Level
Check
Accumulator cell
Add Cooling Liquid When Engine
is under Cold Condition
Liquid level shall rise to MAX mark when
engine is under cold condition.
In case of liquid level below MIN mark,
add designated oil liquid.
Automatic Transmission Oil
Level
Chery chartered service stations will check
automatic transmission oil level when
delivering routine maintenance procedure.
Accumulator cell calls for occasional
maintenance. Liquid level is checked during
routine check procedure.
Accumulator
cell
exempted
from
maintenance procedure is available for your
car. Accumulator cells of all other different
models are not recommended. Current
properties and capacity of new and old
accumulator cells shall be in conformity.
For information on the right cell specs,
please consult Chery chartered service
stations.
Servicing & Maintenance
Windshield Washer System
Check Wiper Blade
Front and rear washer systems share one
same water tank. Mix clean water with
windshield cleaner at the ratio of 1 to 20, if
necessary.
Refer to instructions on container to
determine the right strength.
Please close tank
completing filling.
cap
after
Slide finger tips along wiper blade edge to
check its roughness. Grease, silicon resin
and fuel may cause wiper blade failure.
Cleaning of wiper blade with glass cleaner
is recommended.
Replace Wiper Blade
Hold up wiper arm in perpendicular
position to wiper blade. When removing
wiper blade, press down fixture clip along
arrow direction; draw off wiper arm in
opposite direction after loosening wiper
blade.
Tyre
Safety Considerations
When adding fuel oil, please check tyre
pressure (including spare wheel) after tyre
temperature cools down. Refer to ―Capacity
and Specs‖ for details on suggested tyre
pressure.
Servicing & Maintenance
When driving with heavy load and at high
speed, special attention should be paid to
conformity with correct tyre pressure.
Insufficient tyre pressure undermines
stability, increases rolling resistance,
exacerbates tyre abrasion, and may lead to
traffic accidents.
When driving on road borders, drive slowly
and try to approach road borders with tyres
in perpendicular positions to the former;
avoid standing and sharp-edge obstacles; do
not scratch tyre sidewalls.
Regularly check against cuts, extraneous
objects and materials and uneven abrasions
on tyre surface. Uneven tyre treads suggest
incorrect wheel alignment.
Tread wear depth has been legally limited.
Abrasive belt is confirmed when wear depth
reaches 3mm, which indicates greatly
reduced tyre performance and safety and
stipulates replacement.
Worn-out tyres shall be disposed
according to local environmental protection
regulations. Once road conditions being
satisfied, immediately replace winter tyres
with summer ones so that oil consumption
and noise level are lowered.
Tyre Replacement
Unsuitable tyres and steel
rings cause accidents and are
not covered by warranty
provisions.
Tyres for you car have been selected
through and with careful considerations for
best driving controllability, comfort and
safety. The tyre-rim arrangement aforesaid
applies to steel or aluminum alloy rim. For
information on whether tyres and rims of
other different types apply to the car model,
please consult Chery chartered service
stations.
Use of original tyres is strongly
recommended or you may refer to proposals
from Chery chartered service stations.
When
installing
non-standard tyres or rims
(for example, light alloy rims
or winter tyres), relevant directions
shall be followed or reference to
proposals from Chery chartered
service stations be made.
NOTICE:
Speedometer is influenced by tyre sizes. In
case of non-original tyre size (diameter),
send your car to Chery chartered service
station to adjust speedometer lest incorrect
speed reading occurs.
Snow Chain
Snow chain applies to all summer and
winter tyres listed in the table but only to
driving wheels (front wheels).
Do not drive faster than
50km/h when using snow
chain.
When
Immediately remove snow
chain when driving onto
snowless roads.
using snow chain, driving
Servicing & Maintenance
performance of cars with antiskid control
system may suffer some abnormalities,
which shall be reasonably addressed by
shutting down the same system.
To avoid damages to full diameter hubcap,
remove the same before installing snow
chain.
Restore wheel cover after removing snow
chain.
trouble or damages to your car; therefore,
driving belt tightness shall be checked once
every 1000 km driving distance.
Checking Procedure
1.
2.
Wheel Train Belt
The fact that driving belt is among the most
severely strained car parts dictates that belt
quality must be reliable and superior to
meet high operating demands.
When replacing driving belt, size
conformity is not adequate for safety
consideration and original belts made by
Chery
Automobile
are
the
best
recommended choice. Driving belts
applicable to and adequately qualified for
safety considerations are available at Chery
chartered service stations.
Driving Belt Tightness Check
NOTICE:
After being used for some time, driving belt
will naturally extend in length till the
problem of excess looseness occurs to cause
3.
Turn off ignition switch and take off
key.
Thumb-press upon the middle part of
belt (about 100N force applied) to
check belt deflection.
Maximum
deflection
toleration:
10mm.
In case of maximum deflection
toleration being exceeded, please
immediately resort to adjustment at
authorized service stations.
Car Wash
Washing materials shall not be discarded
together with domestic refuse. Please resort
to local waste treatment facilities.
Use only car wash area with
eco-friendly drainage system. Use
of clean water is the key to protect the paint
work of your car.
Use only cold water or tepid
water when washing your car.
Automatic Car Washer
The best choice is a brushless wash in a
well-equipped car wash station. You may
choose a car wash station where high
pressure water is available to spurt strong
waterflow into your car.
Turn off warm air blower
before driving in automatic
car washer.
Manual Wash
Please thoroughly flush your car with
adequate amount of water and wipe your
car clean and dry when using car washing
detergent.
Servicing & Maintenance
After car wash, please
slightly step on brake pads
several times when driving
to remove water from brake disc.
Cleaning Head Light
To prevent damages to plastic lens of head
light, do not use corrosive abrasive or
chemical solvents. Do not wipe head light
when lens surface is dry or clean lens with
sharp objects.
Cleaning
Glass
Rear
Windshield
elements and radio antenna. Do not use
solvents of whatever kind or sharp objects
to clean glass.
Chassis
Treatment
Anti-Corrosion
Anti-corrosion treatment has been applied
to chassis. Regularly check anti-corrosion
protection and when necessary ask for
maintenance from authorized service
stations.
Wash Wheels
According to driving distance, wash and
clean car wheels once every week to avoid
dust and dirt concentrating on brake. Use
washing detergent or warm water and soft
sponge; do not use abrasive materials so
that damages to especially finished surface
can be avoided.
Cleaning Products
Please use car maintenance products in the
right manner to achieve best cleaning
results.
Depainting Treatment
When cleaning rear windshield glass, use
only soft cloth to avoid damages to heating
Damages or slight scratches to paintwork
caused by gravels on road surface shall be
handled by Chery chartered service stations.
To guarantee the endurance
of paintwork, clear off any
harmful
objects
and
materials, such as birds‟ droppings,
resin, residuals left by insects, tar
spots, snow-thawing agent and
industrial fallen pollutants, etc.
Paintwork Protection
Wax your car’s paintwork once or twice
every year to keep it smooth and prevent
small water drops from residing on the
same.
When polishing your car,
take care to avoid contact
between polish and plastic
surface lest cleaning difficulty
ensues. Do not polish your car in
strong sunlight.
Leather Facing Maintenance
Use only suitable leather
cleaning
materials
and
detergents.
Use wet cotton cloth and towel to wipe
leather surface and wipe dry the same with
clean soft cloth. Use neutral detergent when
cleaning extremely dirty surfaces, such as
soap lather detergent.
Leather maintenance with dedicated leather
curing agent once every six months is
Servicing & Maintenance
recommended during regular use.
Do not over-wet leather and take special
care to prevent water from flowing into
gaps.
Regular Maintenance Regulations
Please drive your car to Chery chartered service stations to receive maintenance services when your car has covered certain mileage as
specifically defined by Chery Automobile. Chery chartered service stations will deliver maintenance services according to the service list of ―99
Servicing & Maintenance
Items‖ as designated by Chery Automobile
Order
Description
Remarks
5,000
15,000
30,000
1
Install ―Three cases and one cushion‖
★
★
★
2
Record in detail oil mass and mileage
★
★
★
3
Check car appearance
★
★
★
4
Clue on keeping of valuables
★
★
★
5
Issue work order
★
★
★
6
User signs after check
★
★
★
7
Deliver work order to workshop staff
★
★
★
8
Check head light
★
★
★
9
Check passing light
★
★
★
10
Check high beam
★
★
★
11
Check left front turn light
★
★
★
12
Check right front turn light
★
★
★
13
Check warning lamp
★
★
★
14
Check fog light
★
★
★
Order
15
Description
Check finished
Remarks
5,000
15,000
30,000
★
★
★
Servicing & Maintenance
16
Check high and low-sounding horns
★
★
★
17
Check back lights
★
★
★
18
Check rear brake light
★
★
★
19
Check left rear turn light
★
★
★
20
Check right rear turn light
★
★
★
21
Check rear warning lamp
★
★
★
22
Check rear reversing light
★
★
★
23
Check rear fog light
★
★
★
24
Check license light
★
★
★
25
Check finished
★
★
★
26
Check steering wheel
★
★
★
27
Check air conditioner buttons
★
★
★
28
Check air port ventilation
★
★
★
29
Check indicator lights on instruments
★
★
★
30
Check parking handle controllability
★
★
★
31
Check gear lever status
★
★
★
32
Check clutch pedal
★
★
★
Order
33
Description
Check brake pedal and accelerator pedal
Remarks
5,000
15,000
30,000
★
★
★
Servicing & Maintenance
★
★
★
★
★
Check CD player and speaker
★
★
★
37
Check front ceiling light
★
★
★
38
Check rear-view mirrors on both sides
★
★
★
39
Check central locking system
★
★
★
40
Check electric glass lifters on all doors
★
★
★
41
Check sun shield, saucer and ashtray
★
★
★
42
Check cigarette lighter, sundries box, electronic clock
★
★
★
43
Check driver seat, safety belts, front door switch and door lock hinge
★
★
44
Check left rear door glass lifter switch, door switch, door hinge, seat and safety belt
★
★
45
Check right rear door glass lifter switch, door switch, door hinge, seat and safety belt
★
★
46
Check right front door glass lifter switch, door switch, door hinge, seat and safety belt
★
★
47
48
Open rear door, check door lock hinge, driver tools and spare tyre
Open engine hood
★
★
★
★
★
★
49
Install fender hood
★
★
★
34
Check front and rear wiper blades and nozzles
35
Check instrument desk buttons
36
Order
50
Description
Check air filter element
Remarks
5,000
15,000
30,000
★
★
★
Servicing & Maintenance
★
★
★
★
★
Check windshield glass detergent
★
★
★
Check and measure engine cooling liquid
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
Check engine oil mass
★
★
★
58
Check braking oil level
★
★
★
59
Check timing belt
60
Check dynamo belt
★
★
★
61
Check air conditioner pipes
★
★
★
62
Check cooling pipes
★
★
★
63
Check oil leakage in the upper part of engine
★
★
★
64
Check engine harness
★
★
★
65
Check shock absorber
★
★
★
66
Loosen tyre bolts
★
★
★
67
Support vehicle
★
★
★
51
Check spark plug gap and its combustion status
52
Check power assisted steering oil
53
54
55
Check accumulator cell
56
Check transmission oil mass
57
Order
68
★
Description
Raise vehicle for the first time
Remarks
5,000
15,000
30,000
★
★
★
Servicing & Maintenance
69
Disassemble tyres
★
70
Check brake disc
★
71
Check whether hub bearing produces abnormal sounds
72
Check tyre pressure and external appearance
73
Switch tyre position
74
Check spare tyre pressure and appearance
★
★
★
75
Raise again vehicle
★
★
★
76
Discharge used engine oil and replace oil plug
★
★
★
77
Change new engine oil filter and clean engine bottom
★
★
★
78
Change gear box oil and clean gear box
★
79
Change gasoline filter
★
80
Check chassis bolt moment
81
Check rear axle and oil tank
82
83
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
★
Check whether leakage happens to pipes related to chassis
★
★
★
Check drive shaft and tiebar
★
★
★
84
Check whether drive shaft universal joint sheath is broken
★
★
★
85
Check whether tiebar universal joint assembly sheath is broken
★
★
★
Order
86
Description
Check knuckle buttonhead sheath and gap
Remarks
5,000
15,000
30,000
★
★
★
Servicing & Maintenance
★
★
★
87
Put down vehicle
88
Tightening wheel nuts and replace spare tyre and driver tools
89
Add engine oil in designated amount
★
★
★
90
Turn on engine for 3 minutes
★
★
★
91
Test engine computer and sensor
★
★
★
92
Turn off engine and wait for 90 seconds to confirm engine oil level
★
★
★
93
Raise vehicle again, check engine oil filter, oil sump, oil drainage bolt and gear box for oil leakage
and put down the vehicle again
★
★
★
94
Test-drive vehicle and collect test results and fill the same in work order
★
★
★
95
Wash car
★
★
★
96
Accompany users to check their cars and make payments
★
★
★
97
Remind users to take maintenance next time
★
★
★
98
Take off ―three cases and one cushion‖
★
★
★
★
99 Express thanks to users and see them off
★
★
★
Note: Change gear box oil for every manual gear box once a driving year or when mileage reaches 30,000 km; braking liquid must be
changed once every two driving years or when mileage reaches 5,0000 km.
Servicing & Maintenance
Maintenance Service
Card for the First
5,000
km
Driving
Distance
CHERY
(or effective within six
months after purchase)
Date: _______________
Mileage: _______________
Purpose: ___________
License
plate
NO.:
___________
Stamped by
(service
station)
Signed by ____________
(car owner)
Stamped by service station
Car owner: ___________________
Company (name):_________________
Address: ________________________
Tel.: ________________________
E-Mail:_____________________
Purchase date:____________________
Purpose: ____________________
License plate No.:____________________
Car Information
Chassis No.
Model
Model Description
Engine No./Gearbox No.
Paint Designation/Internal equipments
Optional parts
Note: Free maintenance service for the first 5,000 km driving distance or effective within 6
months after purchase is delivered on the earlier date between both.
Servicing & Maintenance
Free Maintenance Service Card for the First 5,000 km
Driving Distance (or effective within 6 months after
purchase)
Date: ____________ Mileage:
____________
Check jobs:
1. Check whether leakage occurs
in lubricating system, cooling
system and fuel system
NO
□
YES
□
Check jobs:
10. Check tension of dynamo and
air conditioner belts and adjust the
same when necessary
YES
□
NO
□
2. Change engine oil and filter
□
□
11. Check bonnet hinge and dead
bolt.
12. Check against air conditioning
system leakage
□
□
□
□
□
□
3.Check cooling liquid level, add □
□
cooling liquid when necessary or
adjust cooling liquid level
4.Check against transmission oil □
13.Check against power steering
□
leakage
pipe leakage and make additions of
□
□
5.Check against damaged tiebar
power steering oil
dust cover
6.Check
against
damaged □
14. Check the installation of and
□
transmission
shaft
constant
possible damage to steering
velocity universal joint dust cover
universal joint dust cover
7.Check against braking liquid □
15. Check against inflexible gear
□
leakage and damaged brake duct
switch of manual transmission.
8.Check against nonworking brake □
16.
Check
loosened
bolts
□
cylinders
connecting chassis and body.
9.Check against abnormal tyre
17. Check control arm ball pin and
inflation
pressure
tiebar
ball km
pin driving distance or
Note: Free maintenance service for the first
5,000
is delivered on the earlier date between both.
Maintenance
Service
Card for the First 5,000
km Driving Distance
Date:_______________
Mileage:_______________
Purpose: ___________
License plate No.: ___________
Stamped by service station
□
□
□
□
□
□
□
□
Signed by ___________
(car owner)
effective within 6 months after purchase
Servicing & Maintenance
Maintenance Certificate
Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
5,000 km maintenance service is
delivered when driving distance
reaches 10000 km or 6 months
after the previous service
delivery
15,000 km maintenance service
is delivered when driving
distance reaches 15,000 km or 6
months after the previous service
delivery
5,000 km maintenance service is
delivered when driving distance
reaches 20,000 km or 6 months
after the previous service
delivery
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Date: ________________
Mileage:_______________
Signed by service station
Signed by car owner
Agreed
next-time
service
delivery date and mileage
Signed by service station
Signed by car owner
Agreed
next-time
service
delivery date and mileage
Signed by service station
Signed by car owner
Agreed
next-time
service
delivery date and mileage
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Maintenance service is delivered according to the regular technical maintenance regulations for Chery Eastar (maintenance term
aforementioned is determined according to the earlier between mileage and time).
Servicing & Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
5,000 km maintenance service is
delivered when driving distance
reaches 25,000 km or 6 months
after the previous service delivery
30,000 km maintenance service
is delivered when driving
distance reaches 30,000 km or 6
months after the previous service
delivery
5,000 km maintenance service is
delivered when driving distance
reaches 35,000 km or 6 months
after the previous service
delivery
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Signed by service station
Signed by car owner
Agreed
next-time
service
delivery date and mileage
Signed by service station
Signed by car owner
Agreed
next-time
service
delivery date and mileage
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Signed by service station
Signed by car owner
Agreed next-time service delivery
date and mileage
Date: ________________
Mileage: ________________
Maintenance service is delivered according to the regular technical maintenance regulations for Chery Eastar (maintenance term
aforementioned is determined according to the earlier between mileage and time).
Servicing & Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
5,000 km maintenance service is
delivered when driving distance
reaches 40,000 km or 6 months
after the previous service
delivery
15,000 km maintenance service
is delivered when driving
distance reaches 45,000 km or 6
months after the previous service
delivery
5,000 km maintenance service is
delivered when driving distance
reaches 50,000 km or 6 months
after the previous service
delivery
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Signed by service station
Signed by car owner
Agreed
next-time
service
delivery date and mileage
Signed by service station
Signed by car owner
Agreed
next-time
service
delivery date and mileage
Signed by service station
Signed by car owner
Agreed
next-time
service
delivery date and mileage
Date: ________________
Mileage: _____________
Date: ________________
Mileage: ________________
Date: ________________
Mileage: ________________
Maintenance service is delivered according to the regular technical maintenance regulations for Chery Eastar (maintenance term
aforementioned is determined according to the earlier between mileage and time).
Servicing & Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
5,000 km maintenance service is
delivered when driving distance
reaches 55,000 km or 6 months
after the previous service
delivery
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Signed by service station
Signed by car owner
Agreed
next-time
service
delivery date and mileage
Date: ________________
Mileage: _____________
Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
30,000 km maintenance service
is delivered when driving
distance reaches 60,000 km or 6
months after the previous service
delivery
5,000 km maintenance service is
delivered when driving distance
reaches 65,000 km or 6 months
after the previous service
delivery
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Signed by service station
Signed by car owner
Agreed
next-time
service
delivery date and mileage
Signed by service station
Signed by car owner
Agreed
next-time
service
delivery date and mileage
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Maintenance service is delivered according to the regular technical maintenance regulations for Chery Eastar (maintenance term
aforementioned is determined according to the earlier between mileage and time).
Servicing & Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
5,000 km maintenance service is
delivered when driving distance
reaches 70000 km or 6 months
after the previous service
delivery
15,000 km maintenance service
is delivered when driving
distance reaches 75,000 km or 6
months after the previous service
delivery
5,000 km maintenance service is
delivered when driving distance
reaches 80,000 km or 6 months
after the previous service
delivery
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Signed by service station
Signed by car owner
Agreed
next-time
service
delivery date and mileage
Signed by service station
Signed by car owner
Agreed
next-time
service
delivery date and mileage
Signed by service station
Signed by car owner
Agreed
next-time
service
delivery date and mileage
Date: ________________
Mileage: _____________
Date: ________________
Mileage: _____________
Date: ________________
Mileage: _____________
Maintenance service is delivered according to the regular technical maintenance regulations for Chery Eastar (maintenance term
aforementioned is determined according to the earlier between mileage and time).
Servicing & Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
5,000 km maintenance service is
delivered when driving distance
reaches 85,000 km or 6 months
after the previous service
delivery
30,000 km maintenance service
is delivered when driving
distance reaches 90,000 km or 6
months after the previous service
delivery
5,000 km maintenance service is
delivered when driving distance
reaches 95,000 km or 6 months
after the previous service
delivery
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Date: ________________
Mileage: _______________
Signed by service station
Signed by car owner
Agreed
next-time
service
delivery date and mileage
Signed by service station
Signed by car owner
Agreed
next-time
service
delivery date and mileage
Signed by service station
Signed by car owner
Agreed
next-time
service
delivery date and mileage
Date: ________________
Mileage: _____________
Date: ________________
Mileage: _____________
Date: ________________
Mileage: _____________
Maintenance service is delivered according to the regular technical maintenance regulations for Chery Eastar (maintenance term
aforementioned is determined according to the earlier between mileage and time).
Capacity and Specs
Safety & Protection System
In case that air bag restraint system (ABRS) is available on your car, the ABRS shall be changed ten years after service commencement, and
Chery chartered service station shall be trusted to do the job.
Please timely go to Chery chartered service stations to change ABRS so that the system works normally.
In case that ABRS is replaced before scheduled date (when accident occurs), please carefully fill out replacement record for future reference.
Capacity and Specs
Safety System Replacement Record








Driver airbag
Co-driver airbag
Left airbag
Right airbag
Airbag control module
Airbag harness
Pretensioner belt
Other parts
1.---------------------------2.---------------------------3.---------------------------4.---------------------------5.---------------------------6.--------------------------Date:-----------------------Signed and sealed by authorized
service station
Capacity and Specs
Safety System Replacement Record








Driver airbag
Co-driver airbag
Left airbag
Right airbag
Airbag control module
Airbag harness
Pretensioner belt
Other parts
1.---------------------------2.---------------------------3.---------------------------4.---------------------------5.---------------------------6.--------------------------Date:-----------------------Signed and sealed by authorized
service station
Capacity and Specs
Safety System Replacement Record
 Driver airbag
 Co-driver airbag
 Left airbag
 Right airbag
 Airbag control module
 Airbag harness
 Pretensioner belt
 Other parts
1.---------------------------2.---------------------------3.---------------------------4.---------------------------5.---------------------------6.--------------------------Date:-----------------------Signed and sealed by authorized
service station
Capacity and Specs
Safety System Replacement Record
 Driver airbag
 Co-driver airbag
 Left airbag
 Right airbag
 Airbag control module
 Airbag harness
 Pretensioner belt
 Other parts
1.---------------------------2.---------------------------3.---------------------------4.---------------------------5.---------------------------6.--------------------------Date:-----------------------Signed and sealed by authorized service
Station
Capacity and Specs
Safety System Replacement Record
 Driver airbag
 Co-driver airbag
 Left airbag
 Right airbag
 Airbag control module
 Airbag harness
 Pretensioner belt
 Other parts
1.---------------------------2.---------------------------3.---------------------------4.---------------------------5.---------------------------6.--------------------------Date:-----------------------Signed and sealed by authorized
service station
Capacity and Specs
Instrument Replacement Record
Instrument Replacement Record
Instrument Replacement Record
Date:
Date:
Date:
Mileage:
Mileage:
Mileage:
Signed and sealed by authorized service Signed and sealed by authorized service
station
station
Signed and sealed by authorized service
station
Date:
Date:
Date:
Mileage:
Mileage:
Mileage:
Signed and sealed by authorized service Signed and sealed by authorized service
station
station
Signed and sealed by authorized service
station
Capacity and Specs
Chapter 13
Capacity and Specs
Capacity and Specs
Capacity and Specs
Automobile
Description
Vehicle data plate
ID
Vehicle ID Code
Printed on the (chassis) brattice within the
power plant nacelle
Engine No.
Located on upper part of engine cylinder
body
Type plate
Located at motor head
Located at the interior upside of luggage
compartment cover
Fuel
Fuel tank capacity
Petrol engine: 65L
Use fuel of the grade below and high
quality fuel containing detergent and other
additives. To use the fuel of a lower grade
may incur damages to engine.
If high quality petrol containing additives
can’t be bought for a while
has the following faults
difficulty in
startup,
unsteadiness, decay of
or the engine
inclusive of
idling and
power, etc.,
appropriate additives should be added
when fuel is filled. Fuel oil additives
protect engine from corrosion and scale
formation and help clean the fuel supply
system.
Chery chartered service stations keep in
place fuel oil additives verified by our
company. Working personnel of the
service stations are proficient in how to
use the additives and how to address scale
formation of engine. They will provide
services for you to their best.
Don‟t use additives or
engine treating compounds
not verified by our company. Not
Capacity and Specs
only
are
these
additives
unnecessary, but also they may
damage the engine in some
circumstances. Such damages are
not warranted.
You may hear fizz or hiss (noise) when the
fueling cap is opened. It’s normal and can
be ignored.
+93# lead-free gasoline (octane
value over 93)
Cars with catalytic converters equipped
can use lead-free gasoline only.
In order to avoid accidents incurred by
erroneous oil filling, the fuel tank adopts
the design of necking-type oil filler, which
supports the compressor gun for lead-free
gasoline only.
If your fuel tank has leaded
gasoline filled by accident,
don‟t start up the engine (even if only
a little is filled). The lead contained in
fuel will cause permanent damages to
catalytic converter. It is suggested
that the nearest Chery chartered
service
station
be
contacted
immediately for help.
Engine Oil
Replacement of engine oil
Please use oil products designated for
Chery automobile. Such oil products are
available in Chery Automobile chartered
service stations. The engine design of your
car requires use of the kind of engine oil.
To achieve best performance, please use it
as required.
Chery chartered service stations keep a
record of oil replacement dates and use
engine oil recommended.
If you need detailed advice or information,
Chery chartered service stations are
willing to give you help.
Don‟t
use
engine
oil
incompliant with above
specifications
and
requirements. To use inappropriate
engine oil might damage your
engine. Such damages are not
warranted.
Fueling
of
engine
oil
shouldn‟t exceed the MAX
mark of oil dipstick.
Don‟t
use
additional
additives or engine treating
compounds. Not only are these
additives unnecessary, but also they
may damage the engine in some
circumstances. Such damages are
not warranted.
Automobile Oil
Replace oil at the interval indicated in
maintenance manual.
Capacity and Specs
Transmission oil
filled. In case any dirty article
Please use oil products designated for
Chery automobile. Such oil products are
available in Chery Automobile chartered
service stations.
Check oil level periodically during regular
enters into the braking system, the
braking performance might be lost.
inspection period.
Power assisted steering oil
Use hydraulic oil compliant with Chery
specifications.
Coolant
Capacity (L)
Use the coolant with the blending ratio of
water to ethylene glycol as 1:1.
Windshield
liquid
glass
cleaning
In heavily loaded conditions
(e.g., driving of a towed
vehicle for long in mountainous
Fill the stock tank with the concentration
solution for Chery windshield glass
cleaning and water (1:20). If the
temperature outside the vehicle is
relatively lower, use the windshield glass
cleaning liquid designated for winter.
Refer to descriptions on the container for
reasonable concentration.
Empty/used oil container and
area), replace brake fluid in the
meanwhile that the braking pad is
replaced. Ensure brake fluid
absolutely clean when the fluid is
oil filter can’t be discarded as
domestic waste. Please make
use of local waste disposal facilities
authorized.
Brake fluid and clutch oil
Use Dot 4 brake fluid. Fill it to the mark
of MAX, as required.
Use the brake fluid free of paraffin only.
Engine oil
Oil filter included
4 (Mitsubishi
engine)
4.5 (ACTECO
engine)
Automatic
transmission
6.5 (F4A4)
6 (DPO)
Power
steering
assisted
The
mark
Cooling system
7.5
Windshield
glass
cleaning system
The
mark
Fuel tank
65
Brake fluid/clutch oil
tank
The
mark
Manual transmission
2.2
MAX
MAX
MAX
Capacity and Specs
Vehicle Weight
Don‟t
Please abide by the
carrying capacity specified
herein
(if
applicable).
exceed the total weight
permitted. Otherwise, the braking
and operating performances of
automobile may be changed to
result in accidents possibly.
The service weight refers to the weight in
working order, including coolant, lubricant,
fuel tank 90% loaded, tools, standby tyre
and driver’s weight (75kg).
Payload equals to the balance that total
weight permitted is deducted by service
weight.
Optional devices and additional equipment
will reduce payload.
Capacity and Specs
Vehicle Type
SQR7240T
SQR7240
SQR7200T
SQR7200
SQR7201B11
SQR7180B11
Service
weight
1470
1450
1460
1440
1440
1440
1815
1815
Payload
Total weight
permitted
375
1845
1825
1835
1815
Capacity and Specs
tyres for winter use are used.
Wheel and Tyre

Tyre pressure
Check pressure of the tyre in cold condition before you start your
journey (pressure of standby tyre unforgotten).
Front
wheel
Rear
wheel
Standby tyre
205/65R15
94H
200
210
250
205/55R16
91V
200
210
250
The pressure values above should be added with 20kPa, if tyres for
winter use are used.
Tyre pressure cautions:

Wheel
Tyre
Tyre pressure (cold tyre) (kPa)
Item
See the self-adhesive label pasted within the filler cap plate
for specified value of tyre inflation pressure.

Check tyre pressure once every month. Pay attention to tyre
pressure, especially during running at high speed.
The pressure values above apply to cold tyres. Tyres, when

heated, have a pressure slightly heightened, but it is
unnecessary for the pressure to be reduced.
The pressure values above should be added with 20kPa, if
Rim
205/65R15
94H
6J×15
205/55R16
91V
6J×16
Note:
The moment of tightening force for the binding bolt of
vehicle wheel is 100N.m.
Capacity and Specs
Engine Datasheet
Engine model No.
4G63S4M
4G64S4M
SQR484F
SQR481FC
Engine model
4-cylinder in-line, 4-stroke, water-cooling,
SOHC 16V, MPI
4-cylinder, water-cooling, DOHC 16V, MPI
Cylinder diameter
mm
85
86.5
83.5
81
Piston stroke
mm
88
100
90
89.5
Air displacement
Cm3
1997
2350
1971
1845
Output power
kW
92(6000r/min)
95(5500r/min)
95(5750r/min)
97(5750r/min)
Output torque
N•m
167.7(3000r/min)
198.1(3000r/min)
180(4500r/min)
170(4500r/min)
Fuel required
93#
93#
93#
93#
Ratio of compression
10:1
9:1
10:1
10.5:1
Order of ignition
1-3-4-2
1-3-4-2
1-3-4-2
1-3-4-2
Spark plug (NGK)
BKR6E-11
BKR6E-11
RTDTC
FR7DTC
Capacity and Specs
Dimension
Capacity and Specs
Note: Different tyres equipped may differ in height slightly.
Parameters
Dimension (mm)
Sedan
A= Max. length
4770
B= Full width
1815
C= Full height (service weight)
1445
D= Wheelbase
2700
E= Tread
Front
1550
Rear
1530
Minimum
ground
(crankcase oil tray)
clearance
mm
Tyre rolling radius
mm
Tyre static radius
mm
125
314(205/65R15)
,
307(205/55R16)
294(205/65R15)
291(205/55R16)
,
Preface
Sincerely congratulate you on your ownership of a Chery Eastar!
Sincerely thank you for your choice of our company and our product!
Chery Eastar boasts advanced technological level, outstanding performance and high cost efficiency. This
Manual is designed to specify technical characteristics, operation guide and relevant precautions of Chery
Eastar, for the convenience that you could be familiar with characteristics of Chery Eastar as rapidly as
possible and operate and maintain your car correctly, fully enjoying its excellence, ensuring driving safety,
and keeping its sound performance.
Please read the Manual carefully prior to first use of the car.
This Manual published was prepared in the light of the design features of Chery Eastar at an earlier time.
Along with constant improvement of product, the manual will make necessary amendments for
republication in the future. Please understand that such amendments may not be notified separately.
All trained professionally, the whole staff of Chery Automobile’s chartered sales & service network will
provide you with top quality services. Welcome your valuable advice.
Chery Automobile Co., Ltd.
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Notice
☆ Chery Automobile Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as the “Company” or “Chery Automobile”) is
obligated to provide quality assurance services for you, being reasonably entitled to require you to
use your car in strict accordance with the Manual. Especially, the chapter titled “Quality
Warranty” should attract your special attention to help you avoid that you forfeit the quality
warranty right due to violation of regulations for use;
☆ It is strictly forbidden that products of the Company be randomly refitted or added with any
device to any extent, especially such systems (electric fittings, braking, steering, etc) as involve
product safety. Chery Automobile shall bear no liabilities for any direct or indirect damage
arising from random refitting or addition of various devices;
☆ The Company sets technical maintenance provisions for products in different phases.
Maintenance is necessary for Eastar after the first 5,000km‟s running. Servicing & maintenance
above is of great importance to safe use and keeping of your car in sound status, for your
compliance;
☆ Running-in and routine maintenance of a new car purports to better prolong service life of it and
safeguard user‟s legitimate interest. Therefore, it is deemed that a user shall waive the right for
quality warranty automatically, if he/she fails to make maintenance within a set period or at
certain mileage, implements incorrect vehicle operations, and refuses to sign and seal
maintenance certificates as required. To be certain, the Company will be no longer obligated for
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☆
☆
☆
☆
quality warranty as normally understood;
Please use the parts and components furnished by Chery Automobile (genuine spare parts) and
turn to Chery Automobile‟s chartered service stations for acquisition of “genuine spare parts” for
Chery Automobile. Chery Automobile shall not bear any liability for any direct or indirect loss
arising from use of anything rather than „genuine parts”;
If our products are found defective, the products concerned shall be examined and repaired by
Chery Automobile‟s chartered maintenance point (MP). During the inspection and repair, Chery
Automobile has the right to decide whether repairs should be made or equivalent parts be
replaced for maintenance, as the circumstances may require;
Please turn to Chery Automobile‟s chartered Maintenance Points (MPs) for servicing and
maintenance. The whole staff of Chery Automobile chartered MPs are strictly trained in a
professional way, committed to providing best services for you;
Please place the Manual on your car for service and help from time to time. If you transfer the car
to others, please hand over the full set of documents attached to the new car owner;
Chery Automobile and its chartered MPs will render to you a more detailed explanation of the
unclear and obscure parts of the Manual.
Wish your driving pleasant!
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Introduction
Safety and Environmental Protection
Rear window defrosting/exterior rear-view mirror heating
Lamp Control
New Vehicle Inspection
Headlamp Switch
Run in of New Vehicle
Headlamp High/Low Beam Selector Switch
Common Vehicle Symbol Instruction
Flash of Front Headlamp
Instrument Panel
Front/Rear Fog Light Switch
Warning Device
Turn Signal Lamp
Instruments
Lane change signal lamp
Audio
Dashboard illumination dimmer
Panel description
Interior Front Ceiling Lamp
Performance
Interior Rear Ceiling Lamp
Use notes
Luggage Boot Illuminating Lamp
Operation Method
Sun visor vanity mirror
Operation Method of Attachment
Front Sill Lamp and Key Cylinder Lamp
Removal fault
Error
Audio System Modification
Air Conditioning System
Danger Flash Alarm Lamp Switch
Operation and Adjustment of Interior Device
Steering lock/ignition switch
Steering wheel adjustment
Air renewal
Loudspeaker
Electric controlled automatic air conditioning system
Windshield wiper and washing system
Failure recovery
Interior rear-view mirror
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Window visor
Start
Sunglass box
Caution against exhaust fume
Rear manual blind
Self-adaptive function of engine control system
Rear electric blind switch ( )
Engine Rev Limiter
Control switch on car door
Engine shutdown
Switches on central console
Brake
Postpositional cup holder
Steering
Power Outlet
Automatic transmission operations (
Door Lock & Theft Protection
Car Key
Catalytic Converter
Central Door Locking System
Parking
Rear Door Child Safety Lock
Oil Consumption
Luggage Compartment Door Opening
Radiator Fan
Filler Cap Release Bar
Emergency Response
Bonnet Opening
Warning Flasher
Wireless Remote Control System with Antitheft Function ( )
Prompt Fueling
Seat and Safety Protection
Bulb Replacement
Seat
Fuse and Relay
Seat belt
Vehicle Wheel Replacement
SRS airbag
Accumulator Cell
CRS (Child Restraint System)
Engine Jump-starting Procedures
Driving
)
Wading
Breakdown Trailer
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Servicing & Maintenance
Fuel
Must-do Checks
Engine Oil
Engine Compartment Maintenance Job (Mitsubishi engine)
Automobile Oil
Tyre
Vehicle Weight
Wheel Train Belt
Wheel and Tyre
Car Wash
Engine Datasheet
Maintenance
Wheel Train Belt
Regular Maintenance Regulations
Dimension
Free Maintenance Service Card for the First 5,000km Driving
Parameters
Distance
Emergency Maintenance Guide
Maintenance Certificate
Quality Warranty Service
Complete Vehicle Warranty
Vulnerable Parts Quality Warranty Term
Special Part Quality Warranty Term
Warranty Coverage
Capacity and Specs
Automobile ID Description
General
Make the best of the Chery’s special service station
First aid
Chery Automobile Customer Service Voice
Query System
Introduction to Chery Automobile Customer Service Voice
Query System
Cities and area codes of Chery chartered service stations
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Operations of Manual Transmission Case(
)
The manual transmission of Eastar sedan has five forward gears and one reverse gear.
The arrangement of gear positions is as following figure.
Gearshift
Methods and attentions for use/operation:

When shifting gear, completely apply clutch pedal, move gearshift lever to the selected gear position, and then apply a little force to
load the gearshift lever into the gear position. If unsmooth gear-shifting is felt, apply clutch pedal again and re-shift the gear. After
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driver gets rid of torque of engine, rapidly control the gearshift lever to shift gear.

Use low speed gear when running downgrade and turning, do not slide with clutch disengaged.

When shifting the transmission from a lower gear to a higher gear, do not step over gear; otherwise, the synchronizer’s service life
may be affected.

Utilizing synchronizer to
forcibly shift gear to start engine under Neutral and flameout state is forbidden; otherwise, the
synchronizer’s service life may be affected.

When shifting gear, flapping method (i.e. one push and one release) is forbidden and you should keep pressing the gearshift lever, thus
greatly reducing sliding and rubbing time of the synchronizer’s lock ring and reducing friction.

After finish of gear-shifting or gear change, do not leave your hand on shift handle, so as to prevent transfer of the force on your hand
to gearshift fork to cause early wear of the gearshift fork.

Stop the car to inspect when abnormal sound in transmission is heard and such abnormal phenomena as obvious resistance during
operation etc. are found. Continue to drive after the failure is removed.

Under normal running state, do not leave your foot on clutch pedal, so as to prevent unwanted wear of clutch.

Shift gearshift lever to reverse gear only when the car is still. When the engine is running, apply clutch pedal to bottom before gear
change and then change gear after several seconds, so as to prevent transmission gear from generating quacks due to bad engagement.
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After ignition switch is turned on, once shifting to reverse gear, the backup lamp at tail of the car will light.
During traveling forward,
shifting to reverse gear is
forbidden; otherwise, the
transmission may be damaged. Any
failure of this kind is beyond the
guarantee scope of Chery company.
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