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Preface
ADVICE
User’s Manual clarifies the agreement between Chery
Automobile Co., Ltd. and the User on the product quality
warranty responsibility and the establishment and termination of
after-sales service rights and responsibilities. Please read this
User’s Manual carefully before using our products.
User’s Manual for Chery Riich 2 series
Sincere congratulations on your own of one Chery Riich 2! Also, with great appreciation on your great favor on our company and our
products.
The personnel of Chery authorized service station are trained with good professional trainings, who will sincerely provide you with the top
quality service.
Chery Riich 2 features advanced technology and prominent performances. Your choice of Chery Riich 2 will prove that you have extra-hi gh
requirements on the vehicle performance and design.
Please read this manual carefully, since the information contained in this manual can let you understand how to operate and maintain your
vehicle properly so as to achieve the driving pleasure to the maximum extent.
This user’s manual applies to the Chery Riich 2.
Chery Automobile Co., Ltd.
Preface
This manual is established based on the
detailed conditions of Riich 2 vehicles
manufactured by Chery Automobile Co.,
Ltd., which only applies to the Riich 2
vehicles
manufactured
by
Chery
Automobile Co., Ltd.. This manual
includes the latest information up to the
date when this manual is printed. Chery
Automobile Co., Ltd. will be wholly
responsible for the modification and
explanation of this manual and reserved
the rights for product replacement after the
print of this manual without any prior
notice. Some pictures in this manual are
illustrations for reference only. The real
article should take precedence in case of
any conflict between the pictures and the
real articles.
This manual is the main evidence for
vehicle quality warranty. Please keep this
manual in your vehicle so that it’s
available whenever you need it. When you
resell this vehicle, please hand over this
manual and all the do cumentation attached
with this vehicle to the new owner so that
they are available whenever the new
owner needs them.
Special Statement
Please make sure to read this manua l,
especially the chapter “Quality warranty
service” before using this product,
otherwise you may have no right to take
the service due to your improper usage.
Chery Automobile Co., Ltd. (hereafter
referred as “Our Company” or “Chery
Company”)
defined
the
technical
maintenance regulations of the new
vehicle run in and of maintenance at
various stages for the products, including
the first 5,000 km maintenance. Please
make sure to abide by the above
regulations since the above defined
maintenance is vital to the safety operation
and the maintaining of good running
conditions of your vehicle.
Your claim right will be forfeited in case
of the failure of your vehicle or vehicle
parts arising from the abuse, negligence,
improper use, the maintenance not in
accordance
with
the
specified
mileage/period, or the warranty evidence
not signed or stamped in accordance with
the requirements, or any unauthorized
refit/attachment. Therefore, any direct or
indirect warranty application thereof will
not be accepted by the Chery authorized
service station.
Any problems of Our Company’s products
during use must be overhauled by the
Chery authorized service station. During
the overhaul process, Chery authorized
service station is entitled to decide based
on the conditions to perform the repair by
means of repair or the replacement of
equivalent parts.
If you encountered anything unclear
during the careful reading of this manual,
Chery Company and Chery authorized
service station will give you the detailed
explanation. Also, the precious advices of
vast users are highly welcomed.
Chery Automobile Co., Ltd. reserved all
copyrights of this manual
Wish you pleasant driving!
Preface
Table of contents
Chapter 1 Summary ...........................1
Before reading this User’s Manual, you
should understand following things . ..........2
Equipment Scope........................................ 2
Alarm Symbols within This Manual .............. 2
The following items should be confirmed by the
user: ................................................................... 10
Common Vehicle Symbol Instruction ...... 11
Chapter 2 Driving ............................ 14
Start ............................................................. 15
Run in Regulation within 1,000 km................. 3
Run in Regulation from 1,000 km to 1,500 km
............................................................................. 3
Notice during Run in Period............................ 3
Preparation before Start............................. 15
Safety Notice ........................................... 15
Before Vehicle Start .................................. 15
Engine Start............................................. 16
Caution of Vehic le Exhaust Fume ............... 16
Ventilation Notice..................................... 16
“One-To-One” Service .................................4
Vehicle Delivery Inspection Certificate ......5
Che ry Vehicle Sale & Delivery Sheet .........7
“One-To-One” Counseling Service Card
(Service Station) ...........................................9
Engine Control System Self-adaptive
Function ...................................................... 17
Engine RPM Limit .................................... 17
Engine stall ................................................. 17
Brake ........................................................... 18
The following items should be confirmed by the
user...................................................................... 9
Dual-Circuit Brake System ........................ 18
Brake Liqu id leve l alarm ........................... 18
Operation Instruction of Brake System........ 18
Brake Booster: ......................................... 19
New Vehicle Inspection ................................3
Run in of New Vehicle ..................................3
“One-To-One” Counseling Service Card.10
(Customer) ..................................................10
Preface
Ant i-lock Brake System (ABS) (
)............ 19
Reaction of ABS............................................... 19
Braking by taking Advantage of ABS ........... 20
ABS Self-Examination.................................... 20
Handbrake ............................................... 21
Shift .............................................................21
Steering .......................................................21
Paddling ......................................................22
Three-Way Catalytic Converte r ...............22
Drive the Vehicle Equipped with a Catalytic
Converter ................................................ 23
The following conditions should be avoided: 23
Parking ........................................................23
Chassis Protection .................................... 24
Fuel Consumption......................................24
The fuel consumption is influenced by the
following factors: ..................................... 24
Essentials for Fuel- Saving Driving and
Environmental Protection: ......................... 25
Radiator Fan ..............................................25
Instruction ............................................... 25
Chapter 3 Introduction of Vehicle
Functions & Instruction of Designations
............................................................ 27
I.
Introduction of Vehicle Functions ..... 28
Steering wheel lock/ignition switch ............ 28
Hor n ....................................................... 29
Windscreen Wiper & Cleaning System ........ 29
Intermittent Wiping .................................. 30
Normal Wiping ........................................ 30
High Speed Wiping ................................... 30
Water Spray Switch .................................. 30
Interior Rearview Mirror ........................... 30
Exterior rearview mirror............................ 31
Sun Visor ................................................ 32
Control Switches on Front Left Door .......... 32
Electrical Window (
)............................ 32
Front left door.................................................. 32
Front Ashtray, Cigarette Lighter ................. 33
Headlamp switch...................................... 34
Conversion of high beam/ dipped headlight . 34
Flicker of Headlamp ................................. 34
Switches of Front & Rear Fogs .................. 34
Turning Indicator ..................................... 35
Interior Front and Middle Ceiling Lamps ..... 35
Danger Alarm Lamp Switch....................... 35
Preface
Braking Lamp .......................................... 36
Reversing Lamp ....................................... 36
Sound System .......................................... 37
A/C System ............................................. 41
Central vent hole ...................................... 43
Side air out let ........................................... 43
Defrost air outlet of front windscreen .......... 43
Ceiling Air Outlet and Control.................... 44
Control Panel ........................................... 45
Ventilation & Warm Air ............................. 45
Blow er Switch ......................................... 46
Internal/ external circulation control lever .... 46
Airflow Distribut ion Switch....................... 46
A/C System ............................................. 48
II.
Instruction of Designation...........51
Instrument Panel ( )................................ 51
Warning Device........................................ 53
Low Fuel Level Alarm Lamp ..................... 53
Parking brake alarm lamp .......................... 53
Braking system alarm lamp ........................ 54
Parking/position indicator lamp .................. 54
Safety belt alarm lamp ............................... 54
Engine defect alarm lamp .......................... 55
High beam indicator lamp .......................... 55
Turning signal indicator lamp..................... 55
Air bag alarm lamp ( ) ........................... 55
Low engine oil pressure alarm lamp ............ 56
Battery charge indictor lamp ...................... 56
Coolant temperature/level alarm lamp ......... 56
Door not close alarm lamp ......................... 57
EPC defect alarm lamp.............................. 57
Braking disc alarm lamp ( )..................... 57
Maintenance indicator lamp ....................... 57
Engine coolant temperature gauge .............. 57
Fuel gauge ............................................... 58
Speedometer ............................................ 59
LCD ....................................................... 59
Engine tachometer.................................... 60
Chapter 4 Safety............................... 61
Door Lock & Anti-theft ............................. 62
Key ........................................................ 62
Door Lock............................................... 62
Sliding Door ............................................ 63
Central Control Lock ( ) ......................... 64
Back Door............................................... 64
Release Rod of Filler Cap ......................... 64
Preface
Open Engine Bonnet ..................................65
Remote Control System with Anti-Theft
Function ( )...............................................66
Door Lock & Unloc k ................................ 66
Alarm ..................................................... 66
Remote Controller Battery Replacement ...... 67
Electronic Anti-theft System ...................... 67
Midd le 2-Point Safety Belt for Middle Seats 72
Maintenance of Seat Safety Belt ................. 72
Check seat safety belt...................................... 72
Air Bag ( ) ................................................ 73
Front Air Bag ........................................... 73
Air Bag Alarm Lamp ................................ 74
Child Safety Seat........................................ 74
Seat & Safety Protection ...........................68
Chapter 5 Emergency Procedures .... 77
Seat ........................................................ 68
Correct Sitting Posture .............................. 68
Adjustment of Front Seats.......................... 68
Adjustment of Middle Seats ....................... 69
Adjustment of Rear Seats .......................... 69
Headrest .................................................. 69
Hazard Warning Flasher lamp................. 78
Electronic Control Unit Support System. 78
Duly Refuel ................................................. 78
Replace Bulbs ............................................. 79
Luggage Conveyance ................................ 71
Headlamp Unit (Including High Beam / Low
Beam / Position / Turn Indicator Lamps) ..... 79
Taillight Bulb ........................................... 80
High-Mounted Braking Lamp Bulb ............ 80
License Plate Lamp Bulb ........................... 80
Interior Front Ceiling Lamp Bulb ............... 80
Luggage Boot Lamp Bulb ......................... 81
Regulate the Beam of Headlamp ................ 81
Seat Safety Belt ..........................................71
Fuse & Relay.............................................. 81
Seat Safety Belt Alarm Lamp ..................... 71
Fastening Seat Safety Belt ......................... 72
Fuse........................................................ 81
Cartridge Fuse ......................................... 82
Adjusting method of headrest:....................... 69
Removing and assembling method of headrest:
........................................................................... 70
Folding of Middle Seats ............................ 70
Folding of Rear Seats ................................ 70
Reposition of rear seats................................... 70
Preface
Replace Fuse............................................ 82
Engine Compartment Fuse Box .................. 83
Replace Wheel ............................................84
Spare Wheel ............................................ 84
Driver Tool .............................................. 85
Jack Lift Point .......................................... 85
Remove Wheel ......................................... 86
Install Wheel............................................ 86
Battery ........................................................87
Safety Recommendations .......................... 87
Removal & Installation .............................. 88
Engine Battery-Assisted Start Method ......... 88
Connect Down-Lead ................................. 89
Start Engine ............................................. 89
Remove Down-Lead ................................. 89
Tow Truck ...................................................89
Chapter 6 Repair & Maintenance.....90
Care & Maintenance .................................91
Services Offered by Chery’s Special Service
Station .........................................................91
Items You Have to Follow..........................91
General Maintenance of Vehicle ................. 92
Maintenance Schedule............................... 92
Daily Check:..................................................... 92
Please check the following items while
refueling:.......................................................... 92
Monthly Check:............................................... 92
Maintenance
Items
in
Engine
Compartme nt ............................................. 93
Engine Oil Dips tick .................................. 94
Engine Oil Filler Cap ................................ 94
Brake Fluid ............................................. 95
Engine Coolant Reservoir .......................... 95
Check Power Steering Fluid Level .............. 96
Battery .................................................... 97
Windscreen Cleaning Fluid Reservoir ......... 97
Check Wiper Blade ................................... 97
Replace Wiper Blade ................................ 98
Tire ........................................................ 98
Replace Tire ............................................ 98
Tire Chain ............................................... 99
Driving Belt............................................. 99
Check the tension of driving belt ................. 100
Wash Vehicle ..........................................100
Use cold or slightly-warm water to wash the
vehicle only. .................................................... 100
Automatic Vehicle Washer ........................100
Wash Vehicle Manually ............................100
Preface
Clean Headlamp ..................................... 101
Clean Rear Windscreen ........................... 101
Ant i-Corrosion of Chassis........................ 101
Clean Wheel .......................................... 101
Cleaning Products................................... 101
Paint Removal Treatment......................... 101
Paintwork Protection............................... 101
Leather Fabric Care ................................ 102
Clean Radiator ....................................... 102
Regulations on Regular Maintenance ....103
Maintenance Record................................106
Safety Protection System......................... 114
Replacement Record of Air Bag System 114
Replacement Record of Air Bag System 114
Replacement Record of Air Bag System 115
Replacement Record of Air Bag System 115
Replacement Record of Air Bag System 115
Coverage of Warranty .............................. 118
Items not covered by warranty .................. 118
Spare Parts Warranty................................121
Chapter 8 Capacity and Specification
Parameters ....................................... 123
Vehicle Identification Description .......... 124
VIN .......................................................125
Engine Number .......................................125
Vehicle Nameplate ...................................125
Fuel............................................................ 125
Fuel tank capacity: ..................................125
Engine oil .................................................. 126
Replace the engine oil ..............................126
Refill the engine oil .................................126
Vehicle Fluid............................................. 126
Transmission oil ......................................126
Manual transmission..................................... 126
Warranty for Complete Vehicle .............. 117
Power steering oil....................................127
Brake fluid and clutch oil .........................127
Coolant ..................................................127
Windscreen cleaning fluid ........................127
Quality Warranty Period for Special Parts
(limited to original quality problems only): .117
Weight ....................................................... 127
Mass Parameters ..................................... 129
Chapter 7 Quality Warranty Service
.......................................................... 116
Preface
Wheel and Tire .........................................130
Tire pressure .......................................... 130
Tightening torque of wheel bolt ................ 130
Wheel ................................................... 130
Engine Data .............................................. 131
Vehicle Dimension .................................... 132
Dimension (mm) ............................................ 132
Summary
Chapter 1
Summary
1
Summary
Before
reading
this
User’s
Manual,
you
should
understand
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 maybe deprive of your
claim 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 Chery
genu ine spare parts.
Equipment Scope
This manual defined the maximum
possible equipment scop e installed in
accordance with the series Riich 2 model
plan till the print date, namely for all the
standard
equipment
and
optional
equipment in series Riich 2 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.
Alarm Symbols within This
Manual
During the vehicle operation, pay
attention to how to reduce the
damage to the vehicle and the
vehicle equipment, and how to avoid the
person injury? In this manual, the answer
for such question 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 operation.
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 displays the information on
this aspect by means of tree symbol.
2
Summary
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”
dually signed by the salesman and the
user.
Run in of New Vehicle
Due to the manufacture and assembling
deviations, the friction 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 op eration will exert
great influence on the use lifetime,
working reliability and economy of the
vehicle, therefore, the use of new vehicle
must abide by the run in regulations
strictly.
engine speed is 6000 r/min. During the
manual gearshift, make sure to shift to the
next high gear when the engine tacho meter
indicator reached red indication area at the
latest.
Run in Regulation within 1,000
km
Avoid the running of engine at
unnecessary high speed. The
earlier shift to high gear will
help save the fuel, reduce the working
noise as well as diminish the
environmental pollution.

Full speed
prohibited;

Generally, do not drive the vehicle at
the speed above 100 km/h;
driving
is
absolutely
 Avoid driving at the top speed at any
gear.
Run in Regulation from 1,000 km
to 1,500 km

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
The engine speed should not be excessive
low during driving. Shift to proper gear at
reasonable time.
In cold engine condition, do not run the
engine at top speed on neutral gear or any
other driving gear.
The new tires don’t have best adhesion at
the beginning of use; therefore, the tires
also need run in. The vehicle speed should
be relatively low during first 100 km
driving and the driving should be
extremely careful.
3
Summary
The new brake friction lining also needs
run in, since the brake doesn't have ideal
friction force during first 200 km driving.
During this period the brake effect is a
little poor, therefore the pressure on brake
pedal may be reasonably increased. Such
condition is also applicable each time it’s
replaced with new friction lining.
service counsel, who will provide you
with be st service.
When the new vehicle traveled up to
800km, the wheel nuts must be
re-tightened to the specified torque. Please
refer to the chapter “Specification and
Parameters” of this manual for correct
torque values. Also, if the wheel has been
replaced or the wheel nut s have been
loosened, then the wheel nuts should be
re-tightened in accordance with the
specified torque after 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 counsel
to serve you at the purchase of your
vehicle. In case of any problems during
your vehicle use, you may contact your
4
Summary
Vehicle Delivery Inspection Certificate
This is to certify that this vehicle has completed the vehicle
delivery inspection defined by Chery Automobile Co., Ltd. and its
quality meets with the technical specification of Chery Automobile
Co., Ltd.
Vehicle Owner Name (Unit)
Responsible Service Station Name
——————————————————
—————————————————————
——————————————————
—————————————————————
Address
Responsible
—————————————
————————————
Vehicle Delivery Date:
——————————————————————
Dealer Stamp:
5
Summary
Delivery Date
Dealer Stamp
Model
Body VIN No.:
Transmission No.:
Engine Serial No.:
6
Summary
Chery Vehicle Sale & Delivery Sheet
Category
No.
Item
Entire
Vehicle
Performance
1
2
Engine
Engine oil, brake liquid, steering liquid, coolant, battery liquid, windscreen
cleaning liqu id.
Yes
Yes
□
No
No
□
□
3
4
5
VIN number, engine serial number, nameplate and other identifications
Entire vehicle locks and keys
Entire vehicle lamps, including head lamp, turn lamp, fog lamp, combined
lamp, compartment lamp, brake lamp, backup lamp, tail lamp, reading
lamp, and instrument lamp.
Yes
Yes
Yes
□
□
□
No
No
No
□
□
□
6
7
8
Windscreen glass and body paint
Speedometer, engine tacho meter, odometer
Hub cap, spare tire, vehicle attached tools and entire vehicle operation
manual
Yes
Yes
Yes
□
□
□
No
No
No
□
□
9
Safety belt, seat, cigarette lighter, A/C switch and vent, glove box and sun
visor.
Glass lifter, rear view mirror, wiper, washer, horn, radio (CD player) and
antenna
Yes
□
No
□
Yes
□
No
□
10
Whether it’s inspected OK
and clearly explained
□
□
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Summary
1
93# gasoline fuel
Yes
□
No
□
2
Normal operation during run in.
Yes
□
No
□
Operation
3
Operation of entire vehicle lamps
Yes
□
No
□
Knowledge
4
M eaning of alarm indicators
Yes
□
No
□
5
Correct maintenance period and mileage
Yes
□
No
□
6
Vehicle maintenance items in winter and summer.
Yes
□
No
□
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:
8
Summary
User Name:
Sales Agency:
Vehicle VIN Number:
Vehicle Purchase Date
M odel:
The following items should be confirmed by the user.
I.
□
□
□
□
□
□
□
II.
□
□
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.
User’s M anual has been handed over and the reading is
reminded.
The function and operation method of service hotline of Chery
Company has been noted.
“One-To-One” counseling service mode introduction (“
√” for
Yes as “×” for No)
Cont act the service couns el 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 he dissatisfies
with current service counsel.
III. M ajor job introduction of service counsel (“√ ” for Yes as “×”
for No).
□ Repair maintenance service reception
□ Complaint acceptance
□ Periodical maintenance remind ing visits
□ Repair/M aintenance couns el explanation
□ Periodical greeting visits
□ Repair/maintenance reservation acceptance
□ Service activity reminding visits
□ Annual authentication remind ing/acceptance
□ Important festival greetings
□ Other activities of user’s needs
IV. Establishment of “One-To-One” couns eling service
relationship.
□
□
Service Counsel Card
User Signature/Date:
Form one-Saved by service stations
“One-To-One” Counseling Service Card
(Service Station)
Service Couns el Signature/Date:
9
Summary
User Name:
Sales Agency:
Vehicle VIN Number:
Vehicle Purchase Date
M odel:
The following items should be confirmed by the user:
Related items confirmation at vehicle delivery (“
√" for Yes as
“×” for No)
□ Basic vehicle op eration 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.
□ User’s M anual 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)
□ Cont act the service couns el 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 cont act with the user.
I.
□
□
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. M ajor job introduction of service counsel (“√ ” for Yes as “×”
for No).
□ Repair maintenance service reception
□ Complaint acceptance
□ Periodical maintenance remind ing visits
□ Repair/M aintenance couns el explanation
□ Periodical greeting visits
□ Repair/maintenance reservation acceptance
□ Service activity reminding visits
□ Annual authentication remind ing/acceptance
□ Important festival greeting
□ Other activities of user’s needs
IV. Establishment of “One-To-One” couns eling service
relationship.
Form two-Saved by customer
“One-To-One” Counseling Service Card
(Customer)
Service Counsel Card
User Signature/Date:
Service Couns el Signature/Date:
10
Summary
Common Vehicle Symbol Instruction
S ymbol
Definition
Engine
self-examination
trouble light
Window
regulator
S ymbol
Definition
ABS Anti-lock brake
system
Window
regulator
switch forbidden
switch
Rear fog indicator
Engine
light
warning lamp
Front fog indicator
light
S ymbol
Definition
Position lamp
Engine oil pressure
alarm lamp
trouble
Cigarette lighter
Coolant temperature
indicator
(red
indicator)
Audible alarm
11
Summary
S ymbol
A/C
Definition
A/C system switch
Battery
charge
indicator lamp
High be am lamp
Low beam lamp
Head lamp switch
S ymbol
Definition
Brake system trouble
alarm lamp
Fasten the safety belt
Hazard flash warning
lamp
bag
indicator
Definition
Air bag identification
Windscreen cleaning
Horn
Vehicle maintenance
Power + pole
Air
S ymbol
indicator
trouble
Windscreen
defrosting
12
Summary
S ymbol
Definition
Parking
S ymbol
brake
indicator
Definition
Internal air
indicator
circulation
windshield
heating indicator
External air
circulation
Interior lamp switch
Unlock indicator
light
S ymbol
Low fuel level alarm
Rear
Lockup indicator
Warning
Definition
indicator
for
door open
Left turn indicator
Right turn indicator
13
Driving
Chapter 2
Driving
14
Driving
Start
Preparation before Start
The engine start is controlled by the
engine electrical control system.
Do not step on the accelerator before start
and during start when starting the
electrical injection engine. The accelerator
should be used only when having difficult
in starting. Please refer to the “Engine
Start” for the details of vehicle start.
The long period high speed
idling running of the engine
will result in the overheating of
the engine and the exhaust system,
which may result in the danger of fire or
other damages. Therefore, do not park
on the ground covered with dry grass
and other dry coverings.
Do not start the vehicle in the
closed garage or other closed
locations since the vehicle
exhaust gas is poisonous. M ake sure to
op en the garage gate before the engine
start. Refer to the section “Caution of
Vehicle Exhaust Fume” for details.
Before Vehicle Start
1. M ake sure all passengers are fastened
with safety belt. Please refer to the
chapter “Seat and Safety Protection”
for the details of safety belt and its
correct operation method.
2. M ake sure the front head lamp and
other electrical fittings are turned off.
Safety Notice
The idle speed of the engine is controlled
by the electrical control system. The idle
speed at engine start is quite high to help
increase the engine temperature. The idle
speed should reduce automatically when
the engine temperature is increased. Please
deliver your vehicle to the Chery
authorized service station for overhauling
if the idle speed can’t reduce automatically.
Do not run the engine at the speed higher
than specified idle speed for more than
10min.
3. M ake sure to lift up the handbrake.
4. M ake sure that the gear selector lever
is at neutral gear.
5. Switch the ignition switch to “Ⅱ”, but
not to (Ⅲ).
If the rotation of the key needs great effort,
it may rotate the steering around, till the
key can rotate freely. The occurrence of
such condition may have following
causes:
•
•
•
Deflection of front wheel.
The front wheel touched with the road
curb.
The steering wheel is rotated during
get-on and get-off (self-lock of the
steering wheel).
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Driving
6. At the same time when the ignition
key is turned on, make sure that the
dashboard alarm lamp lights shortly. If
not, then it needs to deliver your
vehicle to the Chery authorized service
station for overhauling.
all fail, then step down the accelerator
properly and then rotate the key to the
“Ⅲ” position. After the engine start,
release the key and release the
accelerator pedal slowly as the engine
speed increases.
If the driver safety belt is fastened before
turning on the ignition key, then the safety
belt alarm lamp won’t light.
4. After the engine start, run at idle speed
for several seconds, step down the
clutch, shift to the drive gear, release
the handbrake and then be ready to
drive.
Engine Start
1. Rotate the ignition switch to the “Ⅲ”
position but not step down the
accelerator, release the key after the
engine start and the key will return to
the“Ⅱ” position.
2. If the temperature is normal or higher,
then the engine can not be started
within 5s during the start, and then
rotate the key to the “B” position and
wait for 10s before retrying.
3. If the temperature is lower, the engine
can not be started within 15s during
start, and then rotate the key to t he “B”
position and wait for 10s before
retrying. If the two consecutive starts
5. The normal environment temperature
condition of the engine start is
-25℃-+40℃ (it m ay have other
abnormal conditions when the
environment temperate is out of such
scope).
Caution of Vehicle Exhaust
Fume
Although the vehicle exhaust fume is little
poisonous, it contains the carbon
monoxide, of which the danger must be
cautioned. The certain contents in the
engine exhaust gas and the certain
chemicals cont ained or emitted by certain
vehicle components may result in the
cancer, the defect of the newborn.
If you smell the fume
peculiar smell within the
vehicle, please deliver your
vehicle to the Chery
authorized
service station
for
overhauling immediately. Do not
continue to drive. The exhaust fume is
poisonous that may endanger the life.
The exhaust system and the vehicle
ventilation system should be checked
under the following conditions:
•
When the vehicle
overhauling.
•
When the sound of exhaust system is
changed.
•
When the vehicle is damaged due to
the collision.
is
lifted
for
Ventilation Notice
When the vehicle is parked in the open
field for long period idle, the window
should be opened for at least 2.5cm. Or
open the A/C system ventilation function
to let the fresh air into the vehicle.
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Driving
Engine RPM Limit
The highest speed limit
In order to avoid the engine overspeed,
when the rpm exceeds the highest
regulated speed, the ECU will cut off the
injection pulse, and the injector stops
injection. It works again when the rpm
decreases within the range of the normal
speed.
Clean the snow, leaf fall or
other
foreign
articles
blocked in vent so as to
make sure good ventilation.
Engine Control System
Self-adaptive Function
If the battery cable is once removed from
the battery, after connection again, the
vehicle may present some abnormal
phenomenon during the initial period of
the driving. This is that the engine control
system is re-learning to adapt to the engine,
which is normal.
Fuel supply is cut off at the time of sudden
deceleration
To reduce the fuel consumption and
exhaust pollution, when the throttle valve
closes suddenly, if the engine rpm is
higher than the set idle speed, the ECU
will cut off the injection pulse. When the
rpm decreases within the set idle speed, it
resumes the fuel injection.
Engine stall
Release the accelerator pedal. Wait the
engine to lower to idle speed and then turn
off the ignition switch.
Please do not step down the
accelerator pedal before
turning off the engine.
After long period high speed driving, do
not turn off the engine immediately during
parking. Run the engine at the speed
higher than idle speed for two more
minutes so as to lower the engine
temperature gradually.
Turn off the ignition switch, the
temperature will still be very
high after the turn-off of the
engine and the radiator
electrical coo ling fan will still keep
running about 10min. Even the cooling
fan stops running, it may run suddenly
again du e to excessive high
temperature.
Therefore,
cautions
should be taken when working near the
engine.
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Driving
Brake
Brake Liquid level alarm
If the brake fluid level warning lamp is on,
which shows the brake fluid level has been
lower than the lowest level, and it needs to
be refilled immediately.
The brake liquid level should be checked
periodically in accordance with the
requirements.
Dual-Circuit Brake System
Your vehicle is equipped with “X”
dual-circuit brake system. The other
circuit will still keep effective op eration
even if one circuit has fault.
In case of the failure of one
brake circuit, it will needs
more force to step down the
brake pedal and the stop distance will
be lengthened. In case of the
occurrence of such condition, please
deliver your vehicle to the Chery
authorized
service
station
for
overhauling before you continue your
journey.
Please refill with brake
liquid
immediately
to
maintain the liquid level
between M AX and M IN marking and
deliver your vehicle to the Chery
authorized service station for the
checking of the brake system.
Ope ration Instruction
Brake System
of
It’s quite normal if the brake system issues
noise occasionally. The long period
grinding or screaming noise between the
metal and the metal may indi cate that the
brake disc was severely worn out and
should be replaced. At that time, please
deliver your vehicle to the Chery
authorized service station for overhauling.
If there is consecutive shake or shock
transmitted to the steering wheel during
braking, please deliver your vehicle to
Chery authorized service station for
overhauling immediately.
The new brake lining can achieve best
brake effects only after run in. The brake
effects may be slightly lowered within the
initial 200km. Under such condition, the
brake effects can be compensated by
enhancing the proper force on the pedal.
This essential point also app lies to the new
brake lining after replacement.
The worn-out status of the brake lining
depends on the working condition and
driving method to large extent. For the
vehicles mainly for city transportation, the
working condition of the brake lining is
relatively poor due to the frequent start
and stop. Therefore, make sure to deliver
your vehicle to the Chery authorized
service station for the checking of brake
lining thickness or the replacement of
brake lining in accordance with the
maintenance mileage specified in the
M aintenance.
For downward slope driving, it should
shift to low gear at proper time so as to
sufficiently take advantage of the brake
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Driving
effects of the engine and reduce the load
of brake system. At that moment, the
brake pedal should be stepped down all
the time even the braking is required.
The moisture brake disc will reduce the
brake efficiency. After paddling, heavy
rain or car wash, it should step down the
brake pedal slightly to generate friction
heat between the brake disc and the brake
lining so as to evaporate the water and
resume brake effects.
If the vehicle is equipped with front
spoiler, it should ensure the free
airflow to the front brake;
otherwise the brake system may
overheats due to poor heat dissipation to
reduce the brake effects.
The brake booster is subject to the control
of engine vacuum. This device
will act only when the engine
is running. Therefore, do not
turn off the engine for sliding when
driving on downward slopes.
Brake Booster:
under emergent braking so as to escape the
obstacles.
If the brake booster can’t function because
the vehicle is trailed or it’s due to its own
fault, then it needs to enhance the stepping
force to compensate the boosting effects of
the booster.
The ABS on this vehicle integrates EBD
system (Electric Brake force Distribution),
making the ABS performance better.
Reaction of ABS
All pedals should be
stepped down to the end
and should fully return
with free movement.
Therefore, it’s preferable not to place the
foot cushion or other covering on the floor
around the pedal. If really needed, then
make sure that the placement of foot
cushion won’t obstruct the pedal
movement without any sliding.
Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)
( )
The anti-lock brake system will function
only during braking. During braking, the
pulse movement of the brake pedal
together with the noise indicates that the
ABS is under working. Such pulse
movement and noise are normal. At such
moment, do not release the pedal.
The anti-lock brake system can avoid the
lock of the wheels that can keep the
steering performance of the vehicle even
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Driving
Braking by taking Advantage of
ABS
The consecutive stepping down the brake
pedal with full force under emergent
condition will actuate the antilock brake
system immediately to keep the control of
steering. If with enough space, you still
can escape the obstacles.
It’s recommended that you should get
familiar with this brake technology firstly;
however, any unnecessary adventures
should be avoided.
Though ABS can ensure the
best brake effects,, the stop
distance will have great
difference depending on the road
conditions. The ABS can’t always
make sure to reduce the braking
distance, such as on sand or snow
ground, the braking distance of the
vehicle with ABS may be much longer
than the one of the vehicle without
ABS. Also, taking advantage of ABS
can’t eliminate the dangers arising
from the excessive short distance with
foregoing vehicle, paddling, excessive
fast turn or poor road as well as avoid
the accidents arising from the careless
and incorrect driving. Please drive
carefully and decelerate the driving at
turns.
ABS Self-Examination
The
ABS
will
conduct
the
self-examination after the vehicle start.
The mechanical noise can be heard during
this period, which is quite normal.
The lighting of ABS alarm
lamp during driving ind icates
the fault in the ABS system.
Please park the vehicle and cont act
with Chery authorized service station
timely to repair the ABS system.
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Driving
Handbrake
When releasing the handbrake, pull up the
handbrake lever slightly, push down the
release button at the end of the handle and
push downward.
The handbrake is applied on the rear
wheels. It can step down the brake pedal at
the same time the handbrake is pulled up
so that it can pull up the handbrake much
easier.
Pull up the handbrake handle after parking
so as to avoid the humping due to
temporary carelessness. The hand brake
handle is located at the middle of the front
row of seats.
M ake sure to pull up the
handbrake handle before leaving the
vehicle.
The brake lamp will light when applied
with handbrake under the condition that
the ignition switch is turned on.
Pull up the handbrake lever when using
handbrake.
•
Shift
Use/Operation M ethod and Notices:
•
•
•
•
During gearshift, fully step down the
clutch pedal and release the driver
from the engine torque and then
operate the gearshift lever for gearshift
rapidly.
The low speed gear should be used for
downward slopes and turns. The slide
with disengaged clutch is not allowed.
When shifting the transmission from
low gear to high gear, do not conduct
gear skip operation; otherwise the
service life of the synchronizer will be
affected.
The forced gearshift by means of
•
•
synchronizer to start the engine under
neutral gear and engine stall status is
strictly prohibited; otherwise the
service life of the synchronizer will be
affected.
The flap method (namely the operation
method of one pulling and one
releasing) is strictly prohibited during
gearshift. Please always hold the
transmission lever with hand so as to
greatly reduce the slide and friction
time and the worn-out of the
synchronizer lock ring.
Do not leave your hand on the gear
selector
lever
during driving;
otherwise it will result in the early
worn-out of the gearshift fork.
In case of the detection of any
abnormal evidences such as abnormal
noise of the transmission or the
obvious heavier operation during use,
please stop the vehicle for inspection
immediately and continue the driving
once the trouble is resolved.
Steering
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Driving
In order to avoid the damage of power
steering system:
•
•
The time when rotating the steering
wheel to the end (to left dead point
and right dead point) should not
exceed 10s during engine running.
When the power steering liquid in the
power steering liquid reservoir is
lower than “M IN” mark, please refill
with
power
steering
liquid
immediately. Do not drive the vehicle
before refill.
In case of trouble of power steering
system or the engine stall, the vehicle will
lose the steering boosting. You still can
rotate the steering wheel with great
strength.
In case of vehicle deflection or tremble
during the driving, please check the
following items:
•
Whether the
insufficient.
•
Whether the tire is worn evenly.
•
Whether the suspension components
tire
pressure
is
are loosened or worn out.
•
Whether the steering components are
loosened or worn out.
•
Whether
correct.
the
wheel alignment
is
Paddling
If it’s must to paddle during journey, make
sure to drive slowly and carefully,
especially when having no knowledge of
the water conditions. Do not drive forward
further if the water can submerge the
wheel hub.
During paddling, the traction force and the
brake performance of the vehicle will be
lowered and the vehicle will have the
danger of stall.
In case of the water ingress into the intake
pipe of the engine, it will cause the serious
damage of the engine. The deeper
paddling will result in the water ingress
into the transmission through the
transmission air vent, which will result in
the damage of the transmission.
After paddling, make sure to drive slowly
and step down the brake pedal slightly for
several times to remove the water from the
brake. The water on the brake will lower
the brake performance.
Three-Way Catalytic
Converter
The catalytic converter will help reduce
the pollution of exhaust gas.
M ake sure to use unleaded
fuel. The leaded fuel will
result in the permanent
damage of the catalytic converter and
the oxygen sensor. Chery Automobile
Co., Ltd. will not be liable for any
damages arising from the use of leaded
fuel. Such damages are excluded from
the warranty scope. If you refill with
leaded fuel accidentally, please cont act
with the nearest Chery authorized
service station.
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Driving
The three-way catalytic converter
will be getting very hot if the engine is
under continuous running, therefore,
notice to wear the protective glove during
repair so as to avoid the scalding.
Drive the Vehicle Equipped
with a Catalytic Converte r
The vehicles with gasoline engine are
equipped with narrow refill opening that
only accommodates the unleaded gasoline
pump refuelling gun nozzle.
During the running of the
gasoline
engine,
it’s
absolutely not allowable to
pull out the spark wire of the ignition
coil. Check if the engine functions
normally by means of cylinder stall
method or observe the jump spark
condition of the spark plug; otherwise
the three-way catalytic converter will
be damaged.
In case of the evidence of
poor engine ignition or the
lowered
performance
during driving, please drive at low
speed to the nearest Chery authorized
service station. Do not drive at large
accelerator.
Please avoid the condition that will result
in the ingress of the un-combusted or
partial un-combusted fuels into the
catalytic converter, especially when the
engine is at high temperature.
The following
avoided:
•
•
•
•
•
conditions
should
be
Run out of fuel.
Unnecessary long period start of the
engine.
Run the engine under the condition
that one spark plug cable terminal is
removed.
Start the vehicle with the engine still at
working temperature by means of
pulling or hauling.
Turn off the ignition switch during
driving.
Parking
Do not park, idle or drive the vehicle on
the dry leaves or grass. Even the engine is
turned off, the exhaust within short period
will continue the radiation of equivalent
heat, and therefore, it still has potential
fire danger.
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Driving
M ake sure to turn off the ignition switch
before leaving the vehicle. Do not run the
engine when no one is in the vehicle. The
negligence of this point may result in the
movement of the vehicle, which will result
in the body injury or property damage.
Chassis Protection
Fuel Consumption
The fuel consumption is
influenced by the following
factors:
Selection of Vehicle Speed or Gear
Your vehicle is equipped with heat
insulation plate. Do not apply the paint on
the body of heat insulation plate, exhaust
pipe or catalytic converter or the
surrounding areas. Do not disassemble the
heat insulation p late.
Stroke Distance/Engine Temperature
The frequent cold vehicle start and the
short distance journeys will result in the
obvious
increasing
of
the
fuel
consumption.
Traffic and Road Condition
The crowded traffic, upward slopes, multi
curved routines and rough roads will cause
detrimental influence on the fuel
consumption.
Good Driving Habits
The prediction of danger and keeping safe
driving distance with foregoing vehicle
will not only reduce the fuel consumption
but also reduce the wearing and noise of
the brake.
The above figure illustrates how
the fuel
consumption
is
influenced by the selection of
vehicle speed and gear. M aintaining at low
gear to improve the acceleration
performance will result in the obvious
higher fuel consumption.
It’s recommended to turn
off the engine during traffic jam or
long period waiting such as red
light , because the engine idling for
long time will increase the fuel
consumption.
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Driving
heating
immediately
unnecessary.
Vehicle Load Status
whenever
The increasing of vehicle load will result
in the higher fuel consumption.
•
Check/adjust
periodically.
Vehicle Techni cal Status
•
Conduct
vehicle
maintenance
periodically, preferably conducted by
Chery authorized service station.
The low tire pressure or improper engine
and vehicle maintenance also will result in
higher fuel consumption.
Essentials for Fuel- Saving
Driving and Environmental
Protection:
•
Fuel-saving driving and use excess
electrical loads only if needed.
•
Start without the heating of the
vehicle.
•
Use the accelerator smoot hly.
•
Shift to the next higher gear as soon as
possible so as to achieve lower engine
speed.
•
Prediction of traffic condition.
•
Turn off A/C and rear windscreen
the
tire
pressure
Radiator Fan
The radiator fan is an electrical fan with
the working condition controlled by the
engine
ECU.
This
switch
will
automatically turn on the fan circuit when
the coolant or the engine compartment
reached to certain temperature.
After stopping the vehicle
and the engine, the radiator
fan will continue running for
certain period since the engine is still
under hot condition and will stop
running when the engine is cooled to
certain temperature. Even though, the
fan may still start suddenly in case of
the sudden temperature increasing of
the engine compartment due to the
influence of the ambient environmental
temperature (sunshine exposure or
high temperature region). Therefore,
cautions should be taken when
operating in the engine compartment
so as to avoid the accident.
Instruction
If the fan isn’t running when the coolant
temperature reached the fan start
temperature, then check if the fan fuse is
burnt out. Replace the fuse if necessary.
The fan speed is independent from the
engine speed and the gearshift to low gear
will not promote the cooling effects of the
fan. Therefore, it’s unnecessary to shift to
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Driving
low gear provided that the engine runs
smoothly and the vehicle speed has no
obvious reduction on upward slopes.
After stopping the vehicle
and the engine, the radiator fan sill
continue running for certain period
since the engine is still under hot
condition (about 10min) and will stop
running when the engine is cooled to
certain temperature. Even though, the
fan may still start suddenly in case of
the sudden temperature increasing of
the engine to compartment due to the
influence
of
the
ambient
environmental temperature (sunshine
exposure or high temperature region).
Therefore, cautions should be taken
when operating in the engine
compartment so as to avoid the
accident.
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Chapter 3
Introduction of Vehicle Functions &
Instruction of Designations
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
I. Introduction of
Vehicle Functions
Steering wheel lock/ignition
switch
after the key is pulled out till a click of
blocking is heard.
“I”–unlock the steering system. The circuit
of electric accessories is connected and
small electric appliance such as inside
lights can be operated. But the ignition
switch and main electric loop are
disconnected.
If the key could not or is difficult turn to
the position from “B”, slightly turning the
steering wheel and then the locking system
of steering wheel may loosen.
The ignition switch key shall not be placed
at the position too long to avoid the power
of battery running out of.
Combined steering wheel lock/ignition
switch has the following key positions:
“B”–Ignition switch turns off and the
steering wheel is blocked.
When the key is pulled out from the
ignition switch, the steering wheel lock
acts and t he steering wheel is blocked.
The ignition switch is equipped with
anti-repeatable start device inside. Once
the engine runs, the device may prevent
mis-start of engine, so that it avoids
damage from the engine and flywheel.
If the engine does not start, the key must be
turned to “B” before restart, and then
turned to the position. After start, release
the key and it will return to “II” position.
Once the engine started, the
key must be released. DO NOT
remain at “III” position for a long
time.
“II”–Connect the ignition circuit. All
electric loops can work. Alarm lamps and
indicator lamps light. It is the normal
position of key during driving and the
position that must be selected for towing
the vehicle.
“III”–Connect the motor and start the
engine. When the lock hole is at the
position,
headlamps
and
electrical
equipment that consume more power will
be disconnected fully.
To lock the steering wheel, it shall turn it
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Horn
When the black dot points “ON”, it means
the rear wiper is at normal operation status.
When the black dot points “OFF”, only the
front wiper works as operating the wiper
switch. The rear wiper does not work.
Press down the button
on the
steering wheel to operate the horn. The
horn can still work in case of the ignition
switch turn-off.
Windscreen Wiper &
Cleaning System
It must check the wiper
blade whether frozen on the
windscreen before use in cold
season. It must be unfrozen if so.
Otherwise, the wiper motor will be
damaged,
Operating the wiper with obstacles
such as snow on the windscreen
may result the wiper motor
damaged as well. Obstacles shall be
removed before operating the wiper.
DO NOT operate the wiper on a dry
windscreen, otherwise it may
scratch the glass and make
permanent damage to the blade.
The wiper is only available with the
ignition switch on. There are four positions
and “OFF” is for out of use.
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Inte rmittent Wiping
High Speed Wiping
Pull the switch handle toward to the
steering wheel and hold in the position, the
cleaning fluid will spray out front the
injection nozzle in front of the windscreen
and the wiper begins action synchronously.
Water spray will stop after releasing the
handle, but the wiper still acts several
times.
M ove the control lever one position
upward to ‘INT” from “OFF”.
The wiper will automatically act once
every interval.
Normal Wiping
M ove the control lever two positions
upward to “LO” from “OFF”.
M ove the control lever three positions
upward to “HI” from “OFF”.
Water Spray Switch
Spraying time shall not
exceed 10s once. DO NOT operate
the system with no cleaning fluid in
the reservoir. Otherwise it may result
the spray motor damaged.
Inte rior Rearvie w Mirror
The interior rearview mirror may be turned
to required angle depending on demand.
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
To reduce the glare during night driving, it
may pull the anti-glare handle backward to
adjust the angle of rearview mirror
properly. The anti-glare handle shall be
returned to original position onward in
daytime.
The driver may press the mirror edge of
rearview mirror to adjust the gradient up,
down, left or right. Observe the back
condition of the vehicle after the gradient
of left and right rearview mirrors is
suitable for driving.
Exterior rearvie w mirror
Adjustment of electric exterior rearview
mirror:
Exterior rearview mirrors may be folded
onward or inward manually when the
vehicle is running in a narrow space. The
mirrors may return to original position
after the vehicle passes the narrow space.
(Electric rearview mirror is optional)
As shown in the figure:
Turn the button from the middle position to
the position of rearview mirror to be
adjusted, move the button with hand to a
proper position of rearview mirror.
The object in the rearview
mirror looks like smaller and further
than the practical one. DO NOT over
estimate the practical distance of the
object.
M anual adjustment for exterior rearview
mirror:
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Sun Visor
Control Switches on Front
Left Door
Electrical Window (
)
Front left door
The sun visor may be turned to side
window by unfastening the fasteners.
Articles such as driving license and gate
toll tickets, etc. may be kept in the back of
the sun visor.
The sun visor at the passenger side has
make-up mirror, which is available with
the sun visor turning over.
The control switches at the driver side
includes regulators for front left and right
electrical windows and front right window
safety switch.
Front right door
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Even if the ignition switch turns off, the
electrical windows may work.
The control switches on the front left door
may regulate the left and right windows.
When the front right window safety switch
on the front left door is pressed, the
regulation of front right window may be
controlled by the control switch on the
front right door.
push it to the original position.
Carefully close the window
and observe to avoid injury from
squeezing.
Front Ashtray, Cigarette
Lighte r
Press down of draw up the switch to open
or close the window. Release the switch
during window glass up or down, the glass
shall remain in the current position.
Press the cigarette lighter with hand and it
will automatically pop in the original
position after heating, then you can pull it
out for use.
The cigarette lighter shall not
remain in inserted state for a long time
to avoid danger. It shall be taken away
if a child stays in the vehicle alone.
Lighting control
Every window regulator switch has pointtouch function, the glass may drop to the
bottom automatically when the regulator
switch is pressed for 300 milliseconds and
released.
Please follow related traffic rules while
using the illumination equipment as below:
Besides the control switch of driver side
window, the door trim panel in the driver
side is supplied with the regulator switch
for front right window.
The front ashtray and cigarette lighter are
located near to the gear lever.
To open the front ashtray, you need to pull
its arc backward; to close it, you need to
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Turn the headlamp switch on the
position, the
instrument panel to
dipped headlight position, the dipped
headlight will be on.
Headlamp s witch
Flicker of Headlamp
Conve rsion of high beam/
dipped headlight
If you need to flicker the headlamp during
driving, the handle shall be pulled toward
to the steering wheel direction at the force
bearing point and then release the handle, it
will automatically return. Repeat the action
and the headlamp will flicker continuously.
Position light:
Turn
the
headlamp
switch
on
the
instrument panel to
position, the
small light position, the front and rear
position lamps and license plate lamp will
light at the same time.
Backlight adjustment:
After the small light turning on, lighting
for instrument panel, sound system, A/C
and switches, etc. will be on. Through the
backlight adjusting switch, the brightness
of interior backlight may be regulated.
Pull the handle downward and get across
the force bearing point when the headlamp
switch is at the dipped headlight position,
namely the dipped headlight is on, it may
convert to high beam. Turn on the high
beam, the high beam indicator lamp on the
Switches of Front & Rear
Fogs
will light alon g
instrument panel
with. Pull the handle toward to the
direction of steering wheel and return to
original position, it may resume as dipped
headlight.
Dipped headlight:
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Switches of front and rear fog lamps are
located at the control handle under the
steering wheel to the left.
is only allowed to use in very low
visibility.
When
Turning Indicator
the
headlamp
switch
is
at
Inte rior Front and Middle
Ceiling Lamps
or
position, turn the handle
(the part with black dot as shown in the
figure) will connect the front fog lamp first
and then the rear fog lamp.
To turn on the fog lamp, the headlamp
switch must be turned on first (at
or
position), then the front
fog lamp can be switched on. The rear fog
lamp shall not turn on until the front one is
on).
When the front fog lamp is connected, the
indicator lamp on the instrument panel
will light.
The front fog lamp can only be used in
case of visibility is seriously limited such
as fog, snow or rain, etc.
When the rear fog lamp is on, the indicator
will
lamp on the instrument panel
light.
The turning indicator is available only after
the ignition switch turns on.
Left turning indicator-pull the handle
downward
Right turning indicator-pull the handle
upward
When the turning indicator is on, the
turning indicator lamp on the instrument
panel will flicker.
Switch at right: Ceiling lamp off.
Switch at left: Ceiling lamp on.
Switch at middle position: Ceiling lamp on
with door opening, off with door close.
Dange r Alarm Lamp S witch
The rear fog lamp has stronger glare, so it
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
The triangle shown in the figure is the
danger alarm lamp switch, which is in the
central instrument panel between two air
outlets.
be off when the ignition switch is turned
off or changed to other position.
The switch is only used in emergency case
for warning the following vehicles that the
car has faults or danger. Press the switch to
connect/ disconnect the system. The danger
alarm lamp is available even if the ignition
switch turns off.
After the alarm lamp is connected, the
indicator lamp on the switch (yellow part)
will flash. Left and right turning indicators
on the combination instrument will flicker
at the same time.
Braking Lamp
When step on the brake panel, the braking
lamp will be on. It will be off with the
brake pedal released.
Reversing Lamp
When turn on the ignition switch and the
vehicle is at reverse position, the reversing
lamp will be on. The reversing lamp will
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Sound System
CD Panel ( )
①
②
③
POWER supply
OUT key
Volume control
④ M anual TUNE
⑤ M ute & Clock key
⑥ Preset key 1
⑦ Preset key 2
⑧ Preset key 3
⑨ Preset key 4
⑩ Preset key 5 ⒀ BAND key
⑾ Preset key 6 ⒁ Auto-scan memory key
⑿ MODE key ⒂ Auto-scan key
Note: Please read the sound system instruction manual supplied with the vehicle if it is not equipped with the system as below.
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Function Instruction
①
Power key: Press the key to switch
on/ off the power supply.
②
OUT key: Press the key for CD out.
③
Volume control: Press the key to
select BASS, TREBLE, BAL,
FADER and VOL in order.
Clockwise turn the potentiometer
for increasing the right output of
VOL, BASS, TREBLE and BAL,
and front output of FADER,
counterclockwise
turning
is
opposite.
④
⑤
−
−
M anual TUNE: Under the radio
mode, press the key for upward/
downward tune, long time press the
key for single step tune. Under CD
mode, press “∧” or “∨” to select
songs forward or backward, “∧”
for next song (e.g. 1-2) and “∨” for
last song (e.g. 2-1). Press “∨”or
“∧” for fast onward or backward.
M ute and clock key:
Under radio mode, press lower left key
for mute switch and LCD shows
−
⑥
“M UTE”;
Under CD mode, it is pause switch,
press lower right key, convert the
display between radio and clock;
Under radio mode, it is presetter No.3;
−
Under CD mode, it is scan play key.
Press the key and LCD shows
“SCAN” skip to next song, play for
10s and then skip to next song again.
Press the key to stop scan when you
are hearing wanted song, and return to
normal play condition.
Preset key 1:
Under radio mode, it is presetter No.
1;
−
Under CD mode, for CD play. Slightly
press the key, and LCD shown
“SHUF” and it may play the songs in
the CD, press the key again, it shuts
down the play function and returns to
normal play order.
Preset key 3:
−
Under clock state, long time press the
key and the hour display flickers, then
press the key again, the minut e display
flickers, turn key ① to adjust clock.
−
⑦
⑧
⑨
Preset key 4:
−
Under radio mode, it is presetter No.4;
−
Under CD mode, it is the selection key
for EAS (electronic anti-shock). Press
the key for 2s to cancel the ESP
function and LCD won’t show “EAS”.
Press the key for 2s again to resume
the EAS function and LCD shows
“EAS”.
Preset key 2:
−
Under radio mode, it is presetter No.2;
⑩
−
Under CD mode, repeatedly play the
CD. Press the key for short time, it
will play the current song repeatedly.
LCD shows “RPT”. Press the key
again, it may cancel the repeating
function.
−
Preset key 5:
Under radio mode, it is presetter No.5;
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
−
⑾
Under CD mode, it is programming
memory of CD. Press the key for 2s
when
playing
CD,
save
a
programming song and the display
shows [P.XX] (the range for XX is
1-10) that flickers for 5s, press the key
again during flickering to confirm the
programming song has been saved.
Repeat the above process to save next
song, return to normal play state after
confirmation. When the CD songs of
which are saved is out, the content for
programming
memory
will
automatically eliminate.
Under radio mode, it is presetter No.6;
−
Under CD mode, it is CD
programming play. Press the key when
playing CD, the machine will play
from the saved song P1 if there are
saved songs. Press the key ④ “∨”,
“∧”, convert to next saved song.
Press the key again to cancel the
programming play function and return
to normal play order.
⑿
⒀
⒁
−
−
Preset key 6:
−
MODE key: signal selection switch,
which may convert between
then automatically
channels.
radio/CD.
⒂
−
BAND key: Wave band conversion
switch.
−
Auto-scan memory key:
Press the key 2s, the machine will scan
the whole band from high frequency to
lower and save the channels with
stronger frequency in 1-6 presetters,
and finally stop at the channel saved in
presetter No. 6;
Under CD mode, it is the
programming elimination of CD. Press
the key 2s to clear programmed songs
and LCD shows [CLR], which flicker
for 5s. Press the key again in the
flickering period to confirm that the
programmed son gs have been cleared,
and then return to normal play state. If
no any operation is taken in the period,
it returns to programming play state.
Auto-scan key:
search
other
When a frequency is flickering, long
time press the preset key to save the
channel in corresponding presetter.
Basic operation of radio
Preparation
−
Slightly press the key POWER ①,
turn on the power supply and LCD
shows digits.
−
Slightly press AM /FM switch to select
suitable wave length. LCD shows AM
or FM .
Auto-tune
−
Slightly press the key “∧”TUNE ④,
the radio searches channels from high
frequency to low;
Slightly press the key and the radio
searches channels from high frequency
to lower automatically. When a
channel is searched, LCD flickers the
frequency of the channel for 5s, and
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
−
Press the key “∨”TUNE④, the radio
searches channels from high frequency
to low and automatically block the
channel it searched, and show the
frequency of channel on the LCD.
−
If the channel is not the one you
wanted, press the key again to search
for next channel.
−
−
Press the key TUNE ④ for 2s for
manually searching channel. Press and
hold the key, the radio will
continuously scan channels, release
the key at once when wanted
frequency is heard. If no any operation
is taken in 3s, it will turn to auto-scan
state.
If the channel is caught, press the
above two keys to adjust the frequency
exactly.
Save or Play Channel
silence and recovers broadcasting. In
addition, LCD shows corresponding preset
key No., which means the channel has
been saved in the preset key.
Play channel
First, select wave band (AM /FM )
according to demand, and then slightly
press the p reset key that saves channel, the
saved channel will play. LCD shows the
corresponding preset key No. and saved
channel frequency. Repeat the above
operation to save or play other channels
respectively.
Disc maintenance
Please take out the disc while it is not used
and place it in the CD box to avoid dust
and damage. DO NOT leave your
fingerprint on the disc as taking out. The
disc shall prevent heating and directly
sunshine.
Save channel
After the channel is obtained manually or
automatically, p ress the preset keys (⑥-⑾)
at least 2s till the radio app ears a short
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
A/C System
Ventilation
Outside air enters in the vehicle through
the air inlet in the lower part of the
windscreen. Please keep the air inlet clean
without snow and leaves for ensuring
normal heating, ventilation and efficient
work.
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Central vent hole
Side air outlet
The adjusted air flows in the vehicle
through two central vent holes. The air
flow direction may be changed by turning
the grille.
The adjusted air flows in the vehicle
through two side air outlets.
1. Side defrost air outlet
2. Side air outlet
Defrost air outlet of front
windscreen
Through the air outlet, cold air or warm air
are guided to the side windows (controlled
within exterior rearview mirror).
3. Defrost air outlet of front windscreen
4. Central vent hole
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Ceiling Air Outlet and
Control
Passengers who sit in middle and rear
seats may control the airflow direction of
A/C by adjusting the ceiling air outlet and
blower switch.
(Note: the operation is only available in
the case of front blower running.)
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Control Panel
Ventilation & Warm Air
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
A/C system adjusts the temperature by
mixing cold and warm air. The
temperature may be constant under any
speed.
Cold/warn adjusting switch
Airflow distribution switch
Blower switch
Defrost switch of rear windscreen
Internal/external circulation control
lever
6. A/C switch
The airflow speed is subject to the blower,
which may be started during driving if
necessary.
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
cooling or heating the air inside vehicle.
Temperature cont rol switch
The switch is used for controlling the
temperature of air flowing out the vent.
Blue position: Cold air
Red position: Warm air
Using the internal
circulation mode continuously
may result fuggy inside the
vehicle and window misty, so the
mode can be used in short time
only.
Blower Switch
The switch is used for controlling the
speed of blower (4 steps totally). The
airflow speed is adjusted by the blower.
Starting the blower during driving in order
to increase comfort.
Inte rnal/ external circulation
control lever
Airflow Distribution Switch
The lever is used for selecting fresh air
outside or air circulation inside the
vehicle.
The switch is used for selecting the
airflow direction.
There are 5 steps for the switch as below:
)
External circulation mod e (
Outside air enters in the vehicle.
Used for normal ventilation, warm air or
cooling.
Internal circulation mode (
)
Air inside vehicle circulates within the
vehicle. The mode is used in cases of
dusty environment, or preventing outside
exhaust gas entering in the vehicle, rapidly
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
“Head” position (
Head position
Head and foot position
Foot position
Foot position, defrost
Defrost
)
“Foot” position (
)
The air flows out from the central vent
hole and side air outlets.
The air mainly flows out from the air
outlets in the bottom of front seats.
“Head and foot” position (
“Foot, defrost” position (
)
The air flows out from central vent hole
and air outlet in the bottom of front seat.
)
The air flows out from the air outlets in
the bottom of front seat, defrost air outlet
of windscreen and defrost air outlet of
front window.
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
“Defrost” position (
)
The air flows out from defrost air outlet of
windscreen and defrost air outlet of front
window.
A/C switch
The switch is used for starting and
stopping A/C compressor.
Start the engine and turn the blower switch
to proper airflow speed, switch on the A/C
switch for starting the air conditioner. The
indicator lamp is on with A/C running.
Press the A/C switch button to stop the
A/C. when the blower switch is at “OFF”
position, the A/C compressor does not
work.
Max. Cooling
It shall open the windows shortly to
discharge the inside hot air rapidly when
the vehicle exposes in sunshine for a long
time in hot weather.
A/C switch: ON
Internal/ external circulation control lever:
)
(
)
Airflow distribution switch: (
Temperature control switch: Turn to the
bottom counterclockwise
(Blue)
Blower switch: M ax. rotation speed
A/C System
Ventilation,
heating
and
cooling
components consist of a control system,
which may provide the highest comfort
under any weather condition.
The cooling unit of A/C system cools the
air down and removes moisture and dust
such as pollen, etc.
The A/C system may lead to
the engine overheated with it working
while the vehicle is climbing a lon g
slope or at traffic jam. Observe the
water temperature gauge and shut
down the A/C if the engine is
overheated.
Normal cooling
It is for the normal cooling during longdistance journey and high speed driving.
A/C switch: ON
Internal/ external circulation control lever:
(
)
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Airflow distribution switch: (
) or
)
Airflow distribution switch: (
Temperature control switch: clockwise
turn t o the bottom (red)
Blower switch: M ax. rotation speed
)
(
Temperature control switch: Blue
Blower s witch: Any position
Ventilation
Outside air flows in the vehicle through
central vent holes and side air outlets.
A/C switch: OFF
Internal/external circulation control lever:
Head and Foot Position
It is used for transition phase such as the
temperature is low outside, without
sunshine. When adjusting the temperature
control switch between cold (blue) and
warm (red), the warm airflow enters in the
bottom of the vehicle, cold air and normal
temperature air flow in upper space.
A/C switch: NO or OFF
Internal/ external circulation control level:
(
(
)
Airflow distribution switch: (
) or
)
(
Temperature control switch: Blue
Blower s witch: Any position
DO NOT use force heating
for a long time to prevent inside
air grimy and window misty. The
internal circulation switch shall be
turned off if the windows are
misty or wet. Force heating is
only used for rapid heating up,
and it shall return to normal
heating as soon as possible.
)
Airflow distribution switch: (
)
Temperature cont rol switch: between blue
(cold) and red (warm)
Blower s witch: Any position
Force heating
A/C switch: OFF
Internal/external circulation control lever:
(
)
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Airflow distribution switch: (
) or
(
)
Temperature control switch: Red
Blower s witch: Any position
Normal heating
A/C switch: OFF
Internal/ external circulation control lever:
)
(
Airflow distribution switch: (
Switching on A/C may
increase defrost efficiency. DO NOT
use (
)or(
) as cooling if
the weather is very wet, which may
result temperature difference between
outer air and windscreen, raise mist
on the internal surface of windscreen
and affect view.
Defrost
A/C switch: OFF or ON
Internal/ external circulation control lever:
)
(
Operation instruction of cooling system
The windows shall be opened before
starting A/C if the vehicle is directly under
sunshine.
Windows shall be cleaned in rainy days. It
may reduce the temperature inside vehicle
by starting A/C, which is efficient in both
rainy and hot days.
) or
(
)
Temperature control switch: Red
Blower s witch: Any position
) to heat and defrost
windscreen (
the rear windscreen. Press the button once
more may shut down it.
Defrost of rear windscreen
Press the button of defrost of rear
The cooling system may not cool fully due
to frequent parking and slowly driving in a
busy traffic area.
If the A/C system does not work for at
least one month, the system must be
started under engine idling, even if in
winter, at least once each month and
running for several minutes, in order to
keep proper lubrication and airtightness of
compressor and extend the service life of
the system.
The A/C compressor does not work with
the blower switch off.
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
II. Instruction of
Designation
Instrument Panel ( )
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Combination Instrument Panel( )
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
ABS defect alarm lamp
Parking brake indicator lamp
M ode & adjusting button
LCD
High be am ind icator lamp
Indicator lamp of front fog
lamp
7. Indicator lamp of rear fog
lamp
8. M aintenance alarm lamp
9. Low fuel level alarm lamp
10. Braking disc alarm lamp
11. Low engine oil pressure
alarm lamp
12. Battery charge ind icator
lamp
13. Engine defect alarm lamp
14. Coolant temperature/ level
alarm lamp
15. Position indicator lamp
16. Right turn indicator lamp
17. EPC defect alarm lamp
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
Left turn indicator lamp
Door not close alarm lamp
Air bag alarm lamp
Safety belt alarm lamp
Braking system defect
alarm lamp
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Warning Device
Warning device is used for indicating the
running state of vehicle and the vehicle
whether has problems that may lead to
serious damage or injury to the driver. If
any system of the vehicle appears
functional defect, the corresponding alarm
lamp shall be on or flash.
M ost alarm lamps shall light shortly for
systemic self-inspection when the ignition
switch turns on. If an alarm lamp does not
light, or an alarm lamp still lights or
flashes after the engine started, please get
to Chery’s special service station to have
related system checked and repaired
immediately.
Low Fuel Level Alarm Lamp
When the fuel in the fuel tank is less than
10L, the lamp lights for warning and the
fuel gauge hand will point to red warning
line.
lights as well. You shall go to the Chery’s
special service station for check and repair
as soon as possible. Carefully driving is
required to avoid high speed driving.
Important notes related to the use of ABS
system, please refer to the chapter of
“Braking”.
Parking brake alarm lamp
Please refill fuel as soon as possible when
the alarm lamp is on.
ABS defect alarm lamp
The lamp only functions with the ignition
switch on.
The lamp keeps lighting as the hand brake
working.
The lamp will light shortly when the
ignition switch turns on and the ABS
system will carry on self-inspection to
ensure the system whether can work
normally. If the lamp is constantly on or
flashes after the ignition switch turned on
or during driving, it means ABS system
having defects, but the vehicle still has
general braking function (without ABS) ,
unless the braking system alarm lamp
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Braking system alarm lamp
The lamp only functions with the ignition
switch on. It will light when the braking
fluid level is low.
Check the braking fluid level whether too
low when the lamp is on. The braking
fluid shall be refilled immediately between
M IN mark and M AX mark if the level is
too low. Please get to the Chery’s special
service station to have the system checked.
If the braking system alarm
lamp lights during driving, it means
double braking loops failed. In the
case, you should drive carefully and
get to Chery’s special service station
immediately to have it checked and
repaired by professional technicians.
In
consideration
of
braking
performance decreasing seriously and
braking distance increasing, you shall
keep longer distance with the front
vehicle during driving and increase
pedal pressure properly as braking.
If the ABS alarm lamp and braking
system
alarm
lamp
light
synchronously and constantly, the
vehicle shall be stopped immediately
under the in case of ensuring safety.
Please get to the Chery’s special
service station to have the braking
system checked before your journey.
Parking/position indicator
lamp
The indicator lamp
position lamp is on.
lights when the
Safety belt alarm lamp
With the ignition switch on, the alarm
lamp will light to remind the driver to
fasten the safety belt if he/ she did not to
do so.
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Engine defect alarm lamp
When the ignition switch turns on, the
alarm lamp lights and the electronic
control system of engine is under
self-inspection. The lamp will be off after
the engine started if the system has no
defect. The engine must be checked if the
lamp keeps lighting.
If the lamp lights during driving, it means
the electronic control system of engine
fails. Please get to Chery’s special service
station to have it checked and repaired as
soon as possible.
High beam indicator lamp
Air bag alarm lamp (
The lamp lights when using high beam or
headlamp flashing.
The alarm lamp lights 3-4s and off when
the ignition switch turns on, which means
the air bag working normally. If the lamp
keeps lighting, it means there are defects.
Turning signal indicator lamp
)
If the lamp lights during driving, which
means there are defects. You have to get to
Chery’s special service station to have the
system checked.
It includes turn left indicator lamp and
turn right indicator lamp. Switch on the
turn left/ right indicator lamp, the
corresponding turning signal indicator
lamp will flash with (slower). When the
danger alarm lamp is lighting, left/right
turning indicator lamps and turning signal
indicator lamps will flash at the same time.
If the flashing frequency of turning signal
indicator lamp doubles, it means the
corresponding turning indicator lamp
failed.
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Low engine oil pressure alarm
lamp
The indicator lamp will flash when the
ignition switch turns on and it will be off
after the engine started. If the lamp is not
off after the engine started or flashes in
driving, stop the vehicle immediately and
check the engine oil level with the engine
stopped.
The lamp flashes for warning when the oil
pressure is lower than normal value and
the engine rotation is lower than normal
r.p.m.
The lamp flashes and the buzzer buzzes
for warning when oil pressure is lower
than normal value and the engine rotation
is higher than normal rotation.
Refill the engine oil immediately if the oil
level is too low.
Please get to Chery’s special
service station to have it checked if
the engine oil consumes too fast.
Coolant temperature/level
alarm lamp
Battery charge indictor lamp
The lamp will be on when the ignition
switch turns on and off after the engine
started up.
The vehicle shall be stopped at once if the
lamp is not off or lights in driving. Stop
the engine and check the generator belt.
If the generator belt is proper, you shall
drive to the nearest Chery’s special service
station to have the vehicle checked
immediately. The battery will discharge
continuously in driving, so all unnecessary
electrical appliances includ ing A/C system
shall be shut down.
If the generator belt has damaged, DO
NOT drive continuously and ask
professional personnel to repair.
The lamp shall lights for several seconds
and off after the ignition switch turns on.
If the lamp is not off of flashes during
driving due to the coolant temperature
overhigh or level too low with the buzzer
warning, the vehicle must be stopped
immediately and shut down the engine,
check the coolant level and refill coolant
as required.
Be aware of scald! The
cooling system is under the state of
high temperature and high pressure
when the engine is working.
Therefore, make sure to op en the
radiator cover after the engine is
completely cooled. Never touch
radiator fan.
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Door not close alarm lamp
If the lamp lights during running, it means
the EPC failed. Please get to Chery’s
special service station to have the system
maintained as soon as possible.
turn off the lamp.
Engine coolant te mperature
gauge
Braking disc alarm lamp ( )
It is located in the upper left part of
speedometer on the dashboard. The lamp
will show the state of four doors and
luggage trunk door if they are not closed
properly with the ignition switch on.
EPC defect alarm lamp
The lamp lights when the ignition switch
turns on. The lamp will be automatically
off if the system has no defect after the
electronic propulsion control system of
engine carries on self-inspection. The
electronic propulsion control system must
be checked if the alarm lamp still lights
after self-inspection.
The lamp lights when braking discs are
badly worn. Please carefully drive to
Chery’s special service station to have
braking discs changed as soon as possible.
Maintenance indicator lamp
When the accumulated mileages of
odometer reaches to preset mileage
(5,000km), the lamp lights to remind the
user carrying on the maintenance for
complete vehicle in Chery’s special
service station. After the maintenance is
made, the techn icians in the station may
It shows the temperature of engine
coolant.
Lower than “C”–low temperature zone,
the engine will work in the zone shortly
when starting and warming up. High speed
rotation of engine shall be avoided in the
zone. M eanwhile, the working load of
engine shall not be too high.
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Please get to Chery’s special service
station to have it maintained if the hand
remains in the zone for a long time.
Between “C” and “H”–normal temperature
zone
The hand shall keep in the zone under
normal driving state.
The hand may departure from the range
when the environmental temperature is
very high or the engine loads heavily. As
long as the coolant alarm lamp does not
light, the vehicle can run normally. The
engine must be shut down and check the
cooling system if the coolant alarm lamp
lights for warning.
Higher than “H”– overheated zone
If the hand points the red zone, it means
the engine ov erheated. Please stop the
vehicle safely and turn off the ignition
switch. Look for reasons after the engine
cooling down.
Fuel gauge
DO NOT open the water tank
cover when the engine is still hot to
avoid scalding. The engine will not
start until the trouble is removed.
NOTES:
Installation of auxiliary headlamp in front
of the cold air inlet in the lower part of
front bumper will affect the flow of
cooling air and is not good for engine
cooling.
The engine is easy to be overheated if the
environmental temperature is very high
and the engines works with heavy load!
Front spoiler functions on guiding cooled
air. The engine may be over hot if the
spoiler is damaged or broken due to
collision. Please get to Chery’s special
service station to have front bumper
repaired in time.
Fuel tank capacity: 45L.
When the hand points to “E” (empty, the
position of arrowhead) there is about 3L of
fuel remaining in the tank.
The hand will move from “F” (full) after
refilling the fuel tank and driving some
distance.
The available filling amount is lower than
marked capacity when refilling due to
remaining oil.
If the low fuel level alarm lamp lights,
please refill fuel as soon as possible. Refer
to “low fuel level alarm lamp”.
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Speedometer
LCD
The conversion method for subtotal
mileage/ momentary oil consumption/
average oil consumption/ clock is as
below:
It indicates the current running speed of
the vehicle.
NOTES:
The speedometer is subject to the
dimension of tires the vehicle used. Please
use Chery’s genuine tire with former
dimension. Otherwise the speedometer
will not show the proper speed.
After the hour position is adjusted, wait
for about 6s and the minute position will
flash, and then adjust it by clicking the
adjusting button. Every clicking increases
one minute, and long time pressing for
automatic increase.
After the clock is adjusted for several
seconds, it will not flash, which means the
time is adjusted well.
Click (<0.3s) the clock adjusting button on
the dashboard to convert the display
between subt otal mileage/ momentary oil
consumption/ average oil consumption/
clock. Long time press (>1s) the button
under subt otal mileage state to clear the
subt otal mileage.
The adjusting method of clock is as below:
Click (<0.3s) the clock adjusting button on
the dashboard, the right part of LCD may
be adjusted to clock display state. Then
long time press the button about 4s, the
hour position of clock will flash, it may be
adjusted by clicking the button. Every
clicking increases one hou r. Lon g time
pressing makes it automatically increase.
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Operation & Adjustment of Inside Devices
Engine tachometer
noise.
Once the engine op erates unstable, please
shift to adjacent lower gear position
immediately.
DO NOT let the engine run with
high speed in running-in period!
It shows the rotation speed of engine
(r.p.m).
The red area in the upper right side of dial
means the maximum allowable rotation
speed range in short time for run-in engine
under working temperature.
However, it suggests that the transmission
lever shall be pushed to higher gear
position when the hand reaches to the area,
or remove you foot from the accelerator
pedal.
NOTES:
Shifting to higher gear position earlier is
good for saving fuel and reducing driving
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Safety
Chapter 4
Safety
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Safety
Door Lock & Anti-theft
Door Lock
Key
Using the supplied key may unlock oar
lock the doors outside. Clockwise turning
the
key
opens
the
door
and
counterclockwise turning the key closes
the door.
Two keys supplied with the vehicle is fit
for all lock holes on the vehicle, one of
them is standby key. The key code plate is
adhered on the number cover. DO NOT
keep the plate in the vehicle for vehicle
safety and it shall be kept in a safe place.
In addition, you should remember the key
code and do not keep it in the vehicle to
prevent others getting the code and
copying the key.
Please lock all doors and
luggage boot door when you
leave the vehicle under no one
takes care.
1. DO NOT leave the key
in the vehicle.
2. Lock the vehicle well.
3. Take the key with you.
The doors may be locked or unlocked
internally via the safety handle above the
internal door handle. And then open the
door by pulling the internal door handle.
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All doors can be locked externally by
pressing the safety handle and closing the
door with the exception of front left door.
Sliding Door
The door may be locked or unlocked
internally via the safety handle on the
sliding door shield (pull the safety handle
forward to unlock, pull it backward to
lock), then draw back the internal handle
of the door to open the door.
All doors can be locked externally by
pressing the safety handle and closing the
door with the exception of front left door.
When you leave the vehicle, you can only
lock the front left door by key externally.
The front door may be locked and
unlocked by key externally. It may be
unlocked by using door handle inside the
vehicle.
After the front left door is unlocked, pull
the sliding door handle outward and then
pull it backward to open the sliding door.
Push the sliding door handle with slight
force to close the door, make sure the door
is closed well.
To lock the sliding door, pull the safety
handle backward and close the door when
you leave the vehicle. In consideration of
safety, it is better to use the remote
controller to lock the door.
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Safety
Central Control Lock ( )
The central door lock is controlled by the
driver side door (front left door). When the
driver side door (front left door) is locked
or unlocked by the key or safety handle,
all doors can be locked or unlocked at the
same time with the exception of back door.
(Note: the back door can be locked or
unlocked by key only)
The temperature inside the
vehicle rises very fast after the
engine flameout in hot weather.
Even if in very short time, people
or animals may hurt or even die
(including brain death) under such
high temperature, it is dangerous
especially for babies. Therefore,
DO NOT leave babies or animal in
the vehicle when you lock the
doors.
Insert the key in the lock hole and turn
clockwise to open the back door. Turn the
key counterclockwise to lock the back
door. Put down the back door with slight
force to make it closed firmly when
locking it.
Exhaust gas is harmful. Please
stop the engine after the back door is
opened to avoid the exhaust gas
entering in the driver’s cabin.
Back Door
Release Rod of Filler Cap
Please lock the front left
door when you leave the vehicle
under nobody takes care.
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Safety
Draw back the release rod at the lower left
part of dashboard to open the filler cap of
fuel tank. The fuel filler cap is located in
the lower part between front left door and
left sliding door.
Open Engine Bonnet
1. The handle of engine bonnet is located
in the lower left part of dashboard,
pull back the handle and the bonnet
will pop up a certain height.
As shown in the figure above, open the
fuel filler cap and unscrew the fuel tank
cover to refill. A click shall be heard when
screwing the fuel tank cover.
2. Stand in front of the vehicle, stretch
your hand from the lower part of front
engine bonnet, you can touch the
engine bonnet handle, push the handle
upward and draw the bonnet up, draw
back the release rod and unlock the
engine compartment cover.
3. Lift the engine compartment cover and
support it by the support rod.
lock first when closing the engine
bonnet, and then let it freely drop in
the lock claw for close.
5. Lifting the bonnet is required after the
engine bonnet is closed to conform it
whether matched will the lock
completely.
The engine bonnet must be
closed firmly during driving. Stop
the car immediately and close the
bonnet if it finds that the engine
bonnet is not closed firmly during
driving.
4. Fall the engine bonnet down to the
place 20-30cm away from the bonnet
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Safety
Remote Control System
with Anti-Theft Function
( )
The system is used for preventing
unauthorized person to open the vehicle
doors, luggage trunk or engine bonnet.
If the
or
key is
pressed accidentally (It is not
necessary to face the key to the
vehicle, such as in the pocket), the
door will be opened.
The operational distance of the remote
controller is approximate 15m. It may not
function normally when the distance
between the vehicle and the controller is
over such distance.
The interfered remote control
frequency may result the unlock
failure of the vehicle, you may use the
key directly to lock/ unlock in the
case. Other short distance wireless
emitter may also use the emission
frequency (such as amateur wireless
radio, medical equipment, wireless
earphone, remote controller, alarm
system).
Door Lock & Unlock
When press
key on the remote
controller once, all doors will be locked
with the exception of back door, the
direction lamp flashes once at the same
time, and the anti-theft function is
activated. (press the lock button and hold
it to lift the left and right window glass).
The vehicle cannot activate
the anti-theft function even if pressing
the unlock button on the remote
controller if the doors, front
compartment cover and back door are
not fully closed. The activation failure
of anti-theft system has the following
evidences:
① Left/ right turn indicator lamps will
flash twice continuously.
② Anti-theft indicator lamp will not
light.。
Alarm
The left/ right turn indicator lamps will
flash 28s consecutively when any
unauthorized person tried to open the
doors, luggage boot or engine hood.
key on the remote
When press
controller once, all doors will be unlocked
with the exception of back door, the
direction lamp flashes twice and the
anti-theft system stops work.
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Safety
The anti-theft system will be
only available when all doors,
engine hood and luggage boot are
properly closed. After the vehicle
body entered in normal anti-theft
mode, ① four doors are locked ②
Front anti-theft indicator on the
dashboard will flash consecutively.
Remote Controller Battery
Replacement
The battery shall be replaced if the action
distance of remote controller shortens
gradually (battery type: 3V CR 2032).
Perform in accordance with steps as
below:
1. Open the remote controller unit from
the side clip with flat nose tool.
2. Pry out the battery carefully. Install a
new battery between the two terminals
with the symbol (+) facing upward.
3. In stall the remote controller unit in
reverse order.
The chip inside shall not be
thrown away after the key is
opened, otherwise it may lead to
the engine cannot start.
the engine won’t start, so it reduces the
possibility of vehicle being stolen.
If you carelessly lose the key, p lease get to
Chery’s special service station to make a
new key. The station has special electronic
equipment that may copy a new key for
you and let the lost key invalid.
Used lithium battery cannot be
disposed as household waste. Please
dispose used batteries in accordance with
the
regulations
on
environmental
protection.
Electronic Anti-theft System
The electronic anti-theft system of vehicle
functions aiming at the engine, which
greatly increases the integrated safety of
vehicle anti-theft.
There is a chip in every key, combining
with the key, electronic anti-theft machine
and engine computer; they form an
organic anti-theft system. If any
unauthorized person copies a key with the
same figure, but no chip matching with the
anti-theft machine and engine computer,
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Safety
Seat & Safety Protection
•
Properly adjust the headrest to level its
top end to the head top.
Seat
•
DO NOT make the front seat close to
the dashboard too much. Grasp the
steering wheel with slightly bended
arm during driving. The foot should
also be slightly bended so that it is
capable of stepping down the pedal to
the bottom.
•
The seat shoulder safety belt shall
cline and pass aslant through the chest
after passing through the middle of
external shoulder. DO NOT pass the
safety belt through the neck; the waist
safety belt should cline transversely
through the hip instead of stomach.
Correct Sitting Pos ture
Seat, headrest, safety belt and air bag
assist to protect passengers and provide
you with multi-protection if utilized
sufficiently. Therefore, please abide by
following items:
•
Adopt vertical sitting posture, the back
end should lean backward as far as
possible with the seatback inclination
no more than 25o.
Adjustme nt of Front Seats
Front seats include driver’s seat and front
passenger seat. The adjusting method is as
below:
Adjustment of seatback: As shown in the
figure above, pull the adjusting handle
upward and adjust the seatback angle
upward or downward by the strength of
your back. Release the handle after the
angle is properly adjusted and then lean
against the seatback to make sure it has
been firmly blocked in adjusted position.
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Safety
Adjusting seats during
driving may lead to the vehicle out
of control and accident. Therefore,
adjust seats only when the vehicle
stops.
Adjustme nt of Rear Seats
Adjustment of seat in horizontal direction:
as shown in the figure above, pull the
adjusting rod upward and move the seat
forward or backward with the strength of
your hip and feet. Release the rod after the
seat is been properly adjusted, and then
move the seat forward and backward to
make sure it has been firmly blocked in
adjusted position.
Adjustme nt of Middle Seats
The adjusting method for middle seats is
same as the method of front seats.
The rear seats are not adjustable.
Headrest
The headrest can confine the movement of
head so as to protect the cervical vertebra
in case of rear-end collision by following
vehicle during driving. However, it
functions only with the headrest is
adjusted to proper position.
Notes: DO NOT remove the
headrest or adjust it to the excessive
low position so as to avoid the neck
damage due to lack of support to t he
head in collision. The headrest shall
be adjusted to the proper position.
Adjusting method of headrest:
Pull upward or push down the headrest to
the proper position after pressing and
holding the spring clip.
The best headrest height is that its top end
is level with the head top.
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Release the button after adjusted properly.
Removing and assembling method
of headrest:
Push down and hold the spring clip at the
external side of the headrest guiding
element and pull out the headrest from the
guiding element as removing the headrest.
In the assembly of headrest, distinguish
the front/ rear seat headrests first (the front
one is bigger and the rear one is smaller)
and then push the headrest pin into the
guiding element, till the spring clip on the
guiding element engages with the pin
correctly.
Folding of Middle Seats
•
Press the folding button of middle seat,
it will automatically pop up. It will
have enou gh space for passengers
entering in rear seats.
•
Reposition method of middle seats is
reverse, turn the seats over first and
make the seats fixing on the bottom
plate, and then draw back the seatback
handle to make it popping up.
Please follow the method as below to fold
the middle seats and sit on the rear seats if
you need to sit on the rear seats.
Folding of Rear Seats
•
If you have more luggage that need to be
placed in the luggage boot, please follow
the steps as below:
Pull the folding handle of middle
seatback to fold the seatback and
cushion together.
•
M ove the middle seats forward
properly to ensure enough space for
folding the rear seats.
•
Open the luggage boot cover and pull
the folding drawstring of rear seats
with hand to fold the seatback.
•
Press the seat folding button and turn
over the rear seats leaning to the back
of middle seats firmly.
Reposition of rear seats
It only needs to level the seats and erect
the seatback when the rear seats are
repositioned.
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Seat Safety Belt
Notes: DO NOT exceed the
height of front seats when stacking
articles such as luggage. DO NOT
let passengers sit on the folded
seatback during driving, because
unbonded luggage on the folded
seatback and passengers without
protection device may collide inside
the vehicle or be thrown out of the
vehicle in sudden brake or accident,
which may result severe inquiry or
death.
Luggage Conveyance
The rear part of vehicle may have enough
space to accommodate luggage by folding
the middle seats.
Luggage and other loaded
articles shall be placed as forward as
possible in the luggage boot. It is
extremely dangerous to drive the
vehicle with opened back door.
Excessive exhaust gas may be
inhaled in the vehicle through the
opened back door.
Do use the seat safety belt/ child safety
seat all the time. The seat safety belt shall
not be shared by multi-persons. Ensure the
safety belt fastened well without loose,
distortion and failure.
Seat Safety Belt Alarm Lamp
The lamp lights when the ignition switch
is turned on to remind the passengers
fastening the safety belt. The lamp will
turn off when the driver side safety belt is
fastened.
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Fastening Seat Safety Belt
Smoothly pull out the safety belt. The belt
may be blocked if excessive force is
applied or the vehicle is on a slope. The
seat safety belt shall be placed on the
middle of the external shoulder. The waist
belt portion shall cling to the hip instead of
stomach.
M ake sure that each safety belt using
correct buckle.
Maintenance of Seat Safety
Belt
Middle 2-Point Safety Belt for
Middle Seats
Check seat safety belt
Insert the lock bolt in the
buckle till a click is heard.
Otherwise, the safety belt is not
correctly fastened.
Press the red button on the buckle and let
the safety belt to retract smoothly when
releasing it.
The driver and passenger
sitting on the front seats are required
to fasten the safety belt securely
during driving. DO NOT wear the
clothes that are too wide and thick.
In order to achieve best protection,
the safety belt shall be clun g to the
body.
Regularly check the safety belt whether
damaged or worn-out.
The safety belt cannot adjust the length
automatically. Insert the lock bolt into the
buckle till a click is heard while use and
then manually adjust its length to cling the
safety belt to the hip.
The safety belt that has born stretch and
expansion (e.g. after car accident) shall be
replaced immediately in Chery’s special
service station and related components
shall be checked.
If the safety belt cannot be
pulled out, please pull it once with
force before release. Then the
safety belt can be pulled out
smoothly.
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Safety
Air Bag ( )
The combination of air bag and safety belt
can help reduce the danger of severe
injury in case of severe collision accident.
Notes:
The inflation of air bag will emit loud
noise. In addition, it will remain residue of
harmless powder similar as smok e as well.
All of these are normal phenomenon.
Fasten the safety belt and
keep proper distance with the
steering wheel at any time. Only
the use of safety belt can
guarantee that the body is at such
position where the air bag can
exert the best effect.
Front Air Bag
Extremely dangerous! DO
NOT use the reverse direction child
seat on the seat equipped with front
air bag!
The Front passengers can obtain effective
protection only with the sitting posture as
shown in the right figure above.
The seat and seatback must be correctly
positioned to coordinate in such manner
that the safety belt can achieve best
protection effects. Adopt vertical sitting
posture with the back end clinging to the
seatback as close as possible and the
rearward inclination angle of the seatback
no more than 25o. DO NOT make the front
seat close with the dashboard too much.
Grasp the steering wheel with slightly
bended arm during driving, which is the
ideal driving status that can reduce injury
from driver when the air bag is swelling.
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Safety
Air Bag Alarm Lamp
life of your vehicle air bag, Chery’s
special service station is willing to query
the related data for you.
The air bag system can be only dealt with
by Chery’s special service station.
Serious frontal collision (frontal or within
30o leftward and rightward) will actuate
the front air bag. Within the one thousand
second of the collision, the air bag will
inflate to swell and then deflate when
contacted with the passenger’s body so as
to buffer the forward movement of the
passenger. The air bag will not be actuated
during slight collision and rear or side
collision.
Keep the net space of the
front area of the air bag at any time.
DO NOT place any thing in such
area or at the top of such area.
When the ignition switch is turned to ON,
the indicator lamp on the dashboard will
light about 3-4s before turn-off to indicate
the system is op erational.
If the indicator lamp does not light, or the
lamp keeps intermitted lighting or
consecutive lighting during driving, it
indicates the occurrence of trouble. In
consideration of your safety, please deliver
the vehicle to the Chery’s special service
station for examining.
Child Safety Seat
Please read carefully and follow the
instruction of and manufacturer while
installing the child safety seat.
DO NOT hold children on
the knees during driving.
The manufacturer of the air bag equipped
in the vehicle suggests renewing the air
bag after 10-year’s use. In the time, the
efficiency of the inflating agent and the
effectiveness of the air bag are
deteriorated.
If you have any doubts against the service
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Extremely dangerous! DO
NOT use the reverse direction
child seat on the seat equipped
with front air bag!
Children younger than 12 years old or
shorter than 150cm must be securely fixed
with special child safety seat (such as baby
seat, child safety seat or heightened
cushion). The child safety seat must be
suitable and obtain the approval of the
governmental authority. Such safety seat
combined with the seat safety belt will
help provide the maximum safety to
children.
Babies lighter than 10kg or younger than 1
year old shall be placed in the baby bed on
the rear seats and constrained or fixed with
horizontally lying on the bed. The best
protection method for babies and children
is to use the reverse direction baby safety
seat.
Children younger than 4 years old or
weight between 10-18 kg shall sit in the
child safety seat on t he rear seats.
Children between 4-12 years old or weight
between 18-36kg shall sit on the rear seats
with heightened cushion. The adjustable
assistant safety belt fixed on the cushion
can ensure the diagonal safety belt
crossing the shoulder properly. The
heightened sitting position can ensure the
adult seat safety belt guiding through the
shoulder center correctly instead of the
neck and the waist safety belt clinging to
the hip instead of the stomach.
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Each safety seat can be
ridden by a child only.
According to road traffic laws,
children are not allowed sitting on
the front seats and shall use
app licable safety seat.
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Emergency Procedures
Chapter 5
Emergency Procedures
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Emergency Procedures
Hazard Warning Flasher
lamp
such as injection time, ignition time and
close angle, etc. as a certain constant
value.
Please send your vehicle to
Chery’s special service station to
have it checked immediately.
The lamp is used only in case of
emergency event so as to alarm the
vehicles in the opposite and back. If your
vehicle breaks down or approaches the
hazard, press the switch to turn on or off
the flasher lamp. The lamp can still
operate when the ignition switch turns off.
Electronic Control Unit
Support System
When the electronic control unit has
control program failure, the unit will use
the support system to control the engine
and make the vehicle running simply and
entering in “limping” state. The support
system adopt s special integrate circuit,
which set the engine op eration parameters
Duly Refuel
If the fuel gauge points to the
low fuel zone or the low fuel
indicator lamp lights, Please refuel
immediately.
When the fuel level is extremely low, the
engine will operate unsteadily within a
period after the low fuel indicator lamp
lights, which serves as an additional alarm.
In the case, please drive your vehicle to
the nearest gas station to refuel.
Please use the filling gun properly while
refueling.
Fail to duly refuel will result
the engine flameout automatically and
lead to difficult start as well as require
the emergency assistance from Chery’s
special service station. It may damage
the engine as well.
Fully insert the filling gun in the fuel tank,
DO NOT lean it on the edge of fuel filler
opening.
If the automatic filling gun is available,
the automatic shutdown of the gun during
refueling means that the tank is fully
refilled. In the case, DO NOT try to refuel
any more, otherwise there is no swelling
space in the tank, and the fuel will
overflow from the tank if the temperature
rises.
Please tighten the tank cap after refueling.
Please follow local regulations and rules
concerned when the canned spare fuel is
carried.
For safety, it does not suggest carrying the
canned spare fuel in order to avoid fuel
overflowing from the can and fire disaster
as it is damaged.
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Emergency Procedures
Replace Bulbs
Unless the event is very urgent, the owner
is not allowed to replace bulbs of
headlamp unit individually. If the
replacement is necessary, please turn off
lamps and shut down ignition switch
before replacing any bulb.
DO NOT directly hold the bulb glass by
hand, otherwise the fingerprints remained
on the glass will be heated and volatilized
after the lamp lighting, and then deposit on
the surface of mirror to blacken the
reflector.
The same model of bulb must be used
when it is replaced. Please check the bulb
specification before installation.
Headlamp bulb:
12V 55W
Bulbs for turn indicator, reversing, rear
fog lamps:
12V 21W
Bulbs for license plate, position, turn
indicator and high-mount ed stop lamps:
12V 5W
Stop/ position lamp bulb:
12V 21W/ 5W
Front fog lamp bulb:
12V 55W
After the headlamp bulb is
replaced every time, calibrate the
headlamp. Chery’s special service
station can offer you the service.
Headlamp Unit (Including
High Beam / Low Beam /
Position / Turn Indicator
Lamps)
passing through the location slot,
detach the fastener to both sides and
take out the bulb, notice the alignment
mark of bulb. Pull off the wiring
harness connector on the bulb. The
bulb of position lamp is inside the
shield of high beam/ dipped headlight.
Pull out the bulb and harness
connector together when it is replaced.
4. Notes: The surface of new bulb shall
not be touched by hand to prevent
effect on bulb brightness. The lighting
system is a safety component, please
make sure every detail of replacement
proper. Get to Chery’s special service
station to have it repaired if necessary.
Replace
the
corresponding
bulbs
according to the following steps if the
headlamp does not work due to damage.
1. Open the engine bonnet.
2. Unscrew the shields of bulbs
counterclockwise at the positions
shown in the figure.
3. Press the fasteners of bulb holder
downward with hand and make them
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Emergency Procedures
Taillight Bulb
1. Replace the corresponding bulb
according to the following steps if the
taillight does not work due to damage.
2. Open the back door and unscrew two
nuts that fix the taillight from the
internal side of luggage boot
counterclockwise. Then unscrew two
mounting bolts on the taillight surface
counterclockwise, pull off the harness
connector of taillight and take out the
taillight.
3. Counterclockwise unscrew the bulb
shield according to the position as
shown in the figure.
press the fasteners of bulb holder and
make them passing through the location
slot, then detach the fasteners to both sides
and take out the bulb, notice the alignment
mark of bulb.
4. Notes: DO NOT touch the surface of
new bulb with hand to avoid the effect
on bulb brightness. Lighting system is
safety components, every detail for
replacement shall be prop er. Please get
to Chery’s special service station to
have it repaired if necessary.
License Plate Lamp Bulb
M ounting position: Above the rear license
plate.
The rear bumper must be removed when
replacing bulbs of rear fog lamp and
reversing lamp. Please get to Chery’s
special service station to have it repaired
in time if there is bulb failur e.
1. Unscrew the self-tapping bolts for
fixing license plate lamp and remov e
it.
2. Pull out the bulb holder and remove
failed bulb.
3. Install a new bulb in the bulb holder
and fix the bulb holder.
4. Fix it with self-tapping bolts.
High-Mounted Brak ing Lamp
Bulb
Inte rior Front Ceiling Lamp
Bulb
High-mounted braking lamp bulb cannot
be replaced individually. Please get to
Chery’s special service station to have it
repaired in time.
Turn off interior lights.
Insert a screwdriver in the gap between the
lamp housing and lampshade, take out the
lampshade carefully.
Replace the bulb and install the reflector.
Pull off the wiring harness on the bulb and
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Reinstall the lampshade in the mounting
hole on the lamp housing.
Luggage Boot Lamp Bulb
M ounting position: Install it in the middle
of luggage boot.
1. Insert a screwdriver in the gap
between the lamp housing and
lampshade, take out the lampshade
carefully.
2. Replace the bulb.
3. Reinstall the lampshade in the
mounting hole on the lamp housing.
Regulate
the
Headlamp
Beam
of
The adjustment of headlamp beam
whether proper has direct relation with
driving safety. Therefore, only special
instrument is allowed to use for regulating
the beam. Please follow law and rules
concerned during adjustment.
Fuse & Relay
Shut down the ignition switch
and all electrical equipment before
replacement of fuse and relay.
Use the new fuse with the same rated
value instead of the failed one. The
position of fuse box containing main fuse
and relay is shown in the figure.
Professional knowledge is required to
replace the relay.
Carrying several spare fuses in the vehicle
is suggested in order to prevent
unexpected event.
Fuses with various specifications are
available in Chery’s special service
station.
The fuse burnt can be identified by using
the fuse disconnection method.
All fuses are push-on type.
Fuse color code
Color
Tan
Brown
Red
Blue
Yellow
Ampere
5
7.5
10
15
20
Fuse
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Cartridge Fuse
Replace Fuse
Your vehicle is supplied with a fuse puller.
You may find it in the engine compartment
fuse box.
Cartridge fuse color code
Color
Green
Pink
Yellow
Ampere
30
40
60
Any unauthorized alteration of
vehicle’s electrical or fuel system
may
influence
the
vehicle
performance and lead to fire or safety
hazard. Therefore, it suggests that any
work related to removing fuel or
electrical system or replacing relay
shall be conducted by Chery’s special
service station.
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Engine Compartme nt Fuse Box
The box is located in the mid-rear part of engine compartment. Loosen the engine claw and draw back the cov er plate while checking or
replacing fuse to remove the fuse box cover plate (“B+” is the main power supply of fuse box).
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Replace Wheel
Please
follow
the
precautions as bellow before
lifting the vehicle.
1. Stop your vehicle at a proper position
and make sure it neither affect the
traffic, nor endanger your safety
during the replacement of wheel.
2. Please ensure that the vehicle is placed
on a stable, level ground. A proper
wedge is required to block the wheel
for further securing your vehicle if
necessary.
3. Please make sure the front wheels
facing to the right ahead.
4. If the vehicle is equipped with
AT, please select P gear position.
Steps of replacing spare wheel:
When the wheel is failed, use the jack to
lift the vehicle at the position near to the
failed wheel. And then counterclockwise
unscrew bolts that fix the spare wheel
bracket by a sleeve in driver tools (as
shown in the figure), when the bolts are
unscrewed that can make the bracket
separating from the bolts, put down the
bracket and take out the spare wheel.
When mounting the spare wheel or failed
wheel, place the wheel in the spare wheel
bracket, lift the bracket by the jack so that
the mounting bolts of the bracket may be
screwed easily in clockwise direction.
When the mounting bolts are tightened (at
the same position as removal), take out the
jack and the installation is finished.
Spare Wheel
The spare wheel is placed under the front
door of passenger side and fixed under the
floor.
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Driver Tool
Jack Lift Point
Jack
The jack can push against only the special
position in the bottom of the vehicle as
shown in the figure. The groove of jack
pushes against the convex part in the
vehicle bottom.
Using a jack to lift a vehicle
is suitable for replacing wheel only.
DO NOT operate under the vehicle
at the time.
Jack lift point of front wheels (blackened
area in the figure)
The position shall be close to the wheel to
be repaired as much as possible.
Jack lift point of rear wheels (blackened
area in the figure)
Driver tool is placed under the third row
seats.
The maximum working
load of jack is 800kg.
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the wheel nuts clockwise and make
sure the wheel nut tip facing to the
wheel.
Remove Wheel
1. M ake sure the vehicle is stopped on a
stable, level ground and front wheel
facing to the right ahead.
2. Lower the vehicle and remove the
jack.
3. Use the diagonal tightening method to
fully tighten wheel nuts in two or
three times (tightening torque:
110±10N•M ).
2. Turn off the ignition switch.
3. Please select P gear position for AT.
4. Let passengers get off the vehicle.
4. There is a groove at the edge of hub
trim cover, align the groove with the
groove of hub, and then press the hub
cap by both hands with slight force.
5. Use proper wheel stopp er to secure the
vehicle in order to avoid rolling or
sliding if necessary.
6. Insert a flat screwdriver in the groove
between the steel ring and hub cap,
then carefully turn it and remove the
hub cap.
7. Use special tool to unscrew the wheel
nuts as shown in the figure below.
1. Place the jack and ensure the whole
seat located on a solid ground.
5. Collect the jack and failed wheel and
fix them.
2. The jack must vertically push against
the jack lift point.
6. Do best to send the vehicle to Chery’s
special service station to check the
tightening torque of wheel nuts and
tire pressure.
3. Lift the vehicle until the wheel
departures from the ground.
4. Remove the wheel nuts and then take
out the wheel.
Install Wheel
1. Push the wheel to the rim bolt, tighten
7. The spare wheel may not be used for a
long time, please charge the tire with
pressure slightly higher than the
normal tire pressure in order to keep
standard tire pressure of the spare
wheel.
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Battery
•
Safety Recommendations
The following measures
must be taken when the battery is
delivered.
•
The battery acid is corrosive. Put on
gloves and safety goggles. DO NOT
let the acid or lead contact your skin or
clothes. DO NOT tilt the battery, the
acid may flow out from the vent. If the
acid splashes in your eyes, use clean
water to wash your eyes for several
minut es and take medical treatment at
once. If the acid splashes on your skin
or clothes, use alkaline water (soapy
water) to neutralize it and then use
clean water to rinse it. If you
unfortunately eat the acid, see a doctor
immediately.
•
The battery may emit highly-explosive
gas when it is charges.
•
Open flames, sparks and smoking are
strictly prohibited. Please avoid sparks
when wiring and electrical operation
conduct. DO NOT connect the
electrical terminals. Any short circuit
caused may create spark and give rise
to injury.
•
There is high voltage in the electronic
ignition system. DO NOT touch these
components when the engine is
operating or the ignition switch turns
on.
Keep children away from the battery
acid.
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Removal & Installation
The following countermeasures must be
taken when the battery is removed or
installed:
1. Your vehicle is equipped with 12V
60A maintenance-free lead acid
battery.
2. The battery must be replaced by
lead-acid one. DO NOT use other
kinds of batteries. The current and
capacity of new battery must be the
same as that of old battery or conform
to Chery’s specification. For the
proper battery specifications, please
contact Chery’s special service station.
negative cable (-).
After the battery is removed and
reconnected, the performance of vehicle
may be somewhat abnormal at the early
stage. This is the engine control system
readapting the engine. It cannot be
considered.
The used battery cont ains
sulphuric acid and lead. DO NOT
dispose them as the common
household waste. Please send to the
local qu alified waste disposal station.
Engine Battery-Assisted Start
Method
If the vehicle’s battery runs out of power,
introduce the power of other vehicle
battery to assist the engine to start.
Connect batteries with the same nominal
voltage (12V) only. Please with jumper
wire with insulating clips and cable with
proper dimension. DO NOT remove the
low power battery from the electrical
system of the vehicle.
3. After the ignition switch and all
electrical equipment turn off, please
remove the negative (-) cable first.
4. Carefully operate in order to avoid the
metal tool touching the both electrical
terminals of battery at the same time
or contacting the positive terminal and
vehicle body accidentally.
When the battery is reconnected, connect
the positive cable (+) first and then the
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Connect Down-Lead
negative terminal (-) of the support
battery, the other terminal to the metal
part of the engine to be started.
Position the jumper wire in order to
avoid it contacting the motion parts in
the engine compartment.
5. M ake sure the jumper cable will not
interfere with the motion parts of
engine.
Start Engine
1. The engine of vehicle equipped with
the supp ort battery operates at
properly high speed.
1. Properly stop the vehicle in order to
avoid them contacting each other.
2. Stop the engine and shut down all
unnecessary electrical equipment.
3. Connect the positive terminal (+) of
the low power battery to the positive
terminal (+) of the support battery via
the w ire A.
4. Connect one terminal of wire B to the
2. Start the engine of vehicle with the
low power battery. The vehicle shall
be started within one minute as soon
as possible.
3. Engines of two vehicles shall operate
for three minutes before the down-lead
is removed.
Remove Down-Lead
•
Remove the down-lead B (-) first and
then down-lead A (+).
Tow Truck
There are trunk rings equipped at the front
and rear of the vehicle in order to fix the
tow cable.
During towing, slowly and smoothly drive
to avoid the tow trunk bounces. Towing
force too high may damage the vehicle.
During towing, the ignition
switch of vehicle to be towed shall
be placed at “ON” position to make
the steering wheel, turn indicator
lamp and stop lamp working.
Because the engine extinguishes,
there is no brake boost and steering
boost. The required operating force
needs to be increased. So the power
of brake and steering shall be
increased correspondingly.
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Chapter 6
Repair & Maintenance
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Repair & Maintenance
Regular maintenance is essential on your
vehicle during the course of use. Please
follow the maintenance schedule provided
in the Instruction M anual strictly in order
to ensure that your vehicle is kept in best
performance and better running state and
effectively extend the service life. In
addition, it also helps you find and remove
the potential hazard in time to avoid the
occurrence of defect. The manual will
describe in detail the routine maintenance,
examination and care method as following.
Please read it carefully.
Care & Maintenance
The care and maintenance include two
categor ies. One is the rout ine care and
maintenance which can be carried by the
owner himself, and the other is the regular
care and maintenance, examination and
repair, which shall be completed by
Chery’s special service station.
Please strictly use the oil, gasoline, brake
fluid and anti-frozen fluid, which are
recommended in the Instruction M anual.
Otherwise it may damage the vehicle.
Services
Offered
by
Chery’s Special Service
Station
Only the genuine spare parts and materials
can ensure the service life of your vehicle,
and here, please pay more attention: Chery
Automobile Co., Ltd. offers genuine spare
parts to Chery’s special service stations
only. So you can only get the genuine
spare parts from Chery’s special service
station only.
Chery’s special service station is the
unique professional service station
authorized by Chery Automobile Co., Ltd.
Staffs of which have been trained
professionally by Chery Automobile Co.,
Ltd. They will do their best to offer the
most high-quality after-sales service. If
you dissatisfy the work of Chery’s special
service station, please directly email
Helpdesk@mychery.com,we
will
to:
response to your questions very quickly.
When emailing, please do not forget to
explicitly note the model, chassis number,
engine number, road mileage, and delivery
date of your vehicle.
Items You Have to Follow
Regularly check the level of fluids and
refill the fluids concerned. Check whether
the tire pressure, lamps and braking
function are normal. Check the alarm
lamps (see the Regular M aintenance
Schedule below for your reference).
Reservoirs for brake fluid, coolant and
power
steering
fluid
are
the
semi-transparent containers which are
convenient to quickly, visually check these
fluids.
There is high voltage in the
electronic ignition system. Please DO
NOT touch these parts when the
engine is operating or the ignition
switch turns on.
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Turn off the ignition switch
before working in the engine
compartment. Even if the ignition
switch turns off, the cooling fan also
op erates automatically. So please take
care of your clothes (tie) not to be
caught by the fan or driving belt.
General
Vehicle
Maintenance
of
The vehicle washing area where the
ecological dr ainage system cannot be
damaged is available only.
Used engine oil, brake fluid,
anti-frozen fluid, battery and tire are
disposed by qualified waste disposal
mechanism
or
consulting
related
manufacturers about the disposal method
only. DO NOT dispose them as the
household waste or drain them into public
drainage system.
Everyone shall concern about the
environmental protection and contribute to
protect the environment.
Maintenance Schedule
Daily Check:
Check the working condition of all
exterior and interior lamps and lights.
Replace damaged or dim bulbs and
make sure all mirrors clean.
Please check the following items
while refueling:
Engine oil level
Brake fluid level
Windscreen cleaning fluid level
Tire pressure and status (cold state
only)
Check all pipelines of crankcase
ventilation system whether worn or
folded.
Monthly Check:
Coolant level (engine cold state)
Assembly, pipelines, hoses and oil
reservoirs whether have leakage
Brake fluid level
Power steering fluid level
A/C whether works well
Hand brake whether works well
Horn whether works well
Notes:
Air conditioner shall operate for at least 30
minutes each month.
Keep engine oil, grease
lubricant and fluids away from
children.
Follow
the
safety
instructions on the containers to
avoid your skin contacting the used
oil.
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Maintenance Items in Engine Compartment
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Engine Oil Dipstick
and draw out again.
Engine Oil Filler Cap
If the oil level is between M IN and MAX
marks on the end of dipstick, DO NOT
refill oil. Hot oil may exceed the M AX
mark several millimeters due to thermal
expansion.
The engine oil consumption is affected by
many factors. A new engine reaches the
normal operating specification only after
traveling approx. 5,000km. M ore oil might
be consumed when the engine operates
with high load.
Regularly checking the engine oil is
required, e.g. when refueling or before a
long-distance journey.
Stop the vehicle on a level ground before
checking the engine oil. Turn off the
ignition switch and wait for several
minutes in order to let the oil flow into the
oil sump (it may take longer time when the
out side temperature is low or the normal
working temperature of engine is still
unavailable). DO NOT start the engine at
cold state before checking engine oil.
Draw out the oil dipstick and clean it with
flannelette-free cloth. Carefully insert it
If the oil level is at or lower than the MIN
mark, please refill engine oil that
conforms to Chery’s specifications, to the
position between M IN and M AX marks
only. For details, see the chapter “Capacity
and Specification”.
Please DO NOT use the oil
additives
or
engine treating
compound. It is not only
unnecessary, but also damages the
engine in certain cases, without the
warranty.
Turn the filler cap counterclockwise and
pull out to open it. DO NOT open the filler
cap as the engine is running.
Turn the filler cap clockwise until a click
is heard, which means the filler cap
closed.
Empty oil container must not be
thrown into the household waste. Please
use local qua lified waste disposal facilities
to dispose these items.
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Brake Fluid
Please DO NOT let such
fluid contact your skin or eyes. Use
plenty of clean water to wash the
position affected and immediately
see a doctor if such case happens.
The brake fluid that conforms to Chery’s
specification is available only. Refer to the
chapter “Capacity and Specification”.
Send t he vehicle to Chery’s special service
station as soon as possible to check the
system leakage.
Engine Coolant Reservoir
Ensure the brake fluid refilled absolutely
clean.
If the fluid contacts a
painted surface, please use a wet
sponge to remove it or use enough
clean water to wash it.
The engine is equipped with main water
tank and assistant water tank. The filler
cap integrates with the assistant water tank.
The following methods shall be notices as
refilling coolant.
The brake fluid reservoir is located in the
left rear part of engine compartment. The
fluid level shall be between M IN and
MAX marks on the reservoir. If the fluid
level drops down to MIN mark, the brake
fluid alarm lamp will be on.
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Refilling
method
of
coolant:
counterclockwise turn and apply with
force downward to open the reservoir cap
for refilling when the engine is at cold
state and static. Coolant amount refilled
must exceed the M IN mark and lower than
MAX mark. Then screw the reservoir cap
clockwise.
It shall take care of refilling coo lant in
time when the engine water temperature is
high or in every maintenance.
Regularly check the coolant amount inside
the assistant water tank, refill it in time
when it is lower than M IN mark.
DO NOT op en the reservoir
cap and assistant water tank cover
when the engine is running or under
high temperature. Otherwise the
coolant may spray out from the
system and lead to scalding or
corrode other parts and components.
The coolant level can be seen through
semi-transparent assistant water tank. The
level shall be between M IN and MAX
marks when the engine is at cold state.
If you have to refill it while the engine is
at hot state, wait for 10 minutes to cool the
engine, and then screw the reservoir cap
and refill coolant that meets with the
vehicle’s specification.
The coolant is noxious
fluid. DO NOT use to wash your
hands and clothes. Carefully refill
the coolant to avoid it splashing on
any part of engine. If the fluid
contacts your skin or eyes by
accident, please use plenty of clean
water to rinse the affected positions
and see a doctor at once.
Using
the
coolant
with
proper
concentration not only prevents the engine
from being frozen in winter, but also
provides the anti-corrosive protection year
around. The modern engines operate at
extremely high temperature, and poor
quality coolant cannot provide proper
anti-corrosive protection to the cooling
system.
Therefore, please use the coo lant that
meets with Chery’s specification.
Please DO NOT use coolant
with
different
colors
and
specifications.
Refer to the chapter “Capacity
Specification” for the capacity.
and
Check Powe r Steering Fluid
Level
The fluid level shall reach the M AX mark
when the engine is at cold state.
Refill required fluid if the level is lower
than M IN mark.
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Power steering fluid that meets with
Chery’s specification is required.
Windscreen Cleaning Fluid
Reservoi r
Check Wiper Blade
Battery
There is a hole on the battery for checking
the battery condition. Recharge or replace
the battery according to the prompt in the
check hol e.
Your vehicle is equipped with a
maintenance-free battery. Using other
model of battery is not recommended. The
current and capacity of new battery must
be the same as the used one or Chery’s
specification. Please consult Chery’s
special service station for proper battery
specification.
The cleaning fluid of windscreen cleaning
system is supplied by the reservoir. M ix
clean water and windscreen cleaner with
the concentration of 1: 20 if necessary.
Properly refill windscreen cleaning fluid
and screw the reservoir cover well.
Slide your fingertip along the edge of the
wiper blade to check its coarseness. Butter,
silicone resin and fuel may result the
wiper blade failed to normal work. It
suggests that using windscreen cleaning
fluid to clean the blade.
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Replace Wiper Blade
particular when the vehicle travels with
heavy load and high speed. The tire
pressure insufficient may reduce the
stability of vehicle, increase rolling
resistance and qui cken tire weariness, and
lead to accident as well.
If you have to drive on the road edge,
slowly drive the vehicle only. If possible,
the wheels shall vertically approach the
roadside and avoid upstanding and sharp
edged obstacles. DO NOT scratch the
lateral wall of tire as parking.
Raise the wiper arm and make it
perpendicular to the wiper blade. To
remove the blade, press the retaining clip
in the arrow direction and release the
blade, then pull away the wiper arm in the
reverse direction.
Tire
Please check the tire pressure (including
spare tire) after they cool down when
refueling for your safety. Refer to the
suggested tire pressure in the chapter
“Capacity and Specification” for details.
Comply with the correct tire pressure in
Regularly check whether there are flesh
cut, foreign material and uneven wear on
the tire surface. Uneven wear of tire tread
indicates that the wheel alignment may be
wrong.
The depth of tire tread wear is legally
limited. A wear trip may occur on the tire
tread after the wear reaches the limit value
of 2mm, which indicates that the
performance and safety of tire reduce
considerably and the tire must be replaced.
Follow the local regulations on
environmental protection to dispose the
worn tire. Change the winter tire to
summer tire as the road condition
permitted immediately, which can reduce
fuel consumption and noise.
Replace Tire
The tires your vehicle used are properly
selected to provide the best operation,
comfort
and
safety.
The above
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specifications on the tire-wheel rim
combination are suitable for the steel and
aluminu m alloy wheel rim. Please inquire
Chery’s special service station to learn
whether other kinds of tires and wheel
rims can be used in the vehicle.
Improper tire and wheel rim
may result accident without the
warranty.
It strongly recommends using genuine
tires when you are installing the tires.
If you intend to install
substandard tire or wheel rim (e.g.
light alloy wheel rim or wheel with
winter tire), comply with related
instructions or consult Chery’s special
service station.
Notes:
The speedometer is subject to the
dimension of tire. If the tire dimension
(diameter) is different from that of the
genu ine one, the exact speed cannot be
indicated.
Tire Chain
Tire chain can be used for both summer
tire and winter tire, but the driving wheels
(front wheels) only.
When the tire chains are used, the driving
performance of vehicle that equipped with
anti-sliding cont rol system may app ear
certain abnormality. Shut down the system
to eliminate it.
To avoid the damage from the
full-diameter wheel cover, remove it
before installation of tire chain.
The wheel cover shall be reinstalled
immediately after the tire chain removal.
1. The vehicle speed shall be
no more than 50km/h while using
tire chains. 2. The tire chains shall
be removed at once when driving
on the non-snowy road.
Driving Belt
The driving belt is one of the parts subject
to the most severe stress. Therefore, the
belt must be of high quality and reliable to
meet with op erational needs.
When the driving belt is replaced, it
cannot meet the requirement if the belt
with the same dimension is selected only.
For safety, please use Chery’s genuine
belts only. The genuine driving belts are
available in Chery’s special service
station.
Notes:
The driving belt may somewhat extend
after it served for a certain time, and the
belt will be loose when the extension
reaches the limit, which may result defects
and damage the vehicle. So, the tension of
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generator belt shall be checked after the
vehicle travels every 1,000 Km.
Use cold or slightly-warm water to wash
the vehicle only.
Check the tension of driving belt
1. Turn off the ignition switch and take
out the key.
Wash Vehicle Manually
2. Press the intermediate position of the
belt with your thumb (approx. 100N),
and check the flexibility of the belt.
IF the vehicle cleaning fluid is used,
please use plenty of clean water to wash,
and wipe the vehicle with a dry cloth.
M ax. p ermitted flexibility: 10mm.
3. If the flexibility exceeds the permitted
value, please get to Chery’s special
service station to have it regulated
immediately.
Wash Vehicle
DO NOT throw the cleaning material in
the household waste. Please use qualified
local waste disposal facilities.
The vehicle washing area where the
ecological drainage system won’t be
damaged is available only. The most
important factor to protect the painted
surface of vehicle is to use clean water.
Please turn off the heating
blower before using the automatic
vehicle washer.
Automatic Vehicle Washer
The best method to wash a vehicle is to
employ the brushless facilities in a good
vehicle-washing shop. The powerful water
flow may damage the painted surface of
vehicle in a vehicle-washing shop with
high pressure water operation.
The water from high pressure spray gun
may enter in the intake pipe of engine of
even inside the engine through the air
intake grill of engine bonnet during
washing, which harms the engine greatly.
Therefore, DO NOT aim at the air intake
grill with the high pressure spray gun
while washing the vehicle.
Slightly step the brake pedal
several times to remove the moisture
from brake lining during driving after
the vehicle is washed.
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Clean Headlamp
To avoid damage from the plastic lens of
headlamp, DO NOT use corrosive
abrasives or chemical solvents. DO NOT
wipe the lamps when the mirror is dry, or
use a keen-edge object to clean the lens.
Paint Removal Treatment
To ensure the permanence of
vehicle’s paintwork, remove the
substances harmful to the painted
surface in time, such as bird
droppings, resin, insect residuals, tar
spots, etc.
For paintwork damage or slight scratch
created by the ballast on the road, please
get to Chery’s special service station to
have it treated.
Pai ntwork Protection
Clean Rear Windscreen
When cleaning the rear windscreen, use
soft cloth to wipe it only in order to avoid
damage from the heating components or
radio antenna. DO NOT use the solvents
or keen-edge obj ect to clean the
windscreen.
Anti-Corrosion of Chassis
The vehicle’s chassis has been conducted
anti-corrosive treatment. Regularly check
the chassis anti-corrosive protection.
Please get to Chery’s special service
station if necessary.
Clean Wheel
It depends on road mileage, clean the
wheels once every week in order to avoid
the dust accumulating on the brake. Use
the wheel cleaning agent or warm water
and soft sponge to clean wheels. DO NOT
use abrasive materials to clean them in
order to avoid the damage of specially
machined surface.
Wax your vehicle once or twice every year
to keep the paintwork smooth.
When waxing, make sure to
prevent waxing agent touch with
surface of plastics, or else it will be
very difficult to eliminate. M oreover,
do no wax your vehicle under intense
sunlight.
Cleaning Products
To get the best effect, please properly use
the vehicle care products.
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Leather Fabric Care
Clean Radiator
Use the wet cotton cloth and tower to wipe
the leather surface, and dry it with a clean
soft cloth. During the normal service
period, it suggests using special curing
agent for leather to care the leather once
every six months.
After the vehicle travels for a period of
time, the windward side of the condenser
and radiator may be jammed by some
insects, tree leaves and other foreign
materials. In this case, it will inf luence the
performance of the air conditioner and
cooling system, which results the air
conditioner failure to operate normally,
and cooling system over-heat and so on.
So it is necessary to clean the radiator and
condenser.
DO NOT make the leather too wet,
especially DO NOT make the water
leaking in the gaps.
Prop er leather cleaning
materials and cleaning agents are
available only.
The fins of radiator are
essential to conduct better heat
conduction. DO NOT brush these
fins. Otherwise it may damage the
fins and reduce the heat conduction.
DO NOT spray water on hot radiator
because the hot air generated will
bring injury.
Use water to wash the radiator only
when the engine stops running and
cools down.
It is advisable that the front surface of
radiator is cleaned onc e every year. Use
the compressed air or water to clean the
fins of radiator, blow off small insects and
leaves, etc.
Blow air rear-to-front through the radiator
to clean the condenser. When the engine is
at cold state, water may be used for
washing.
The pressure for air and water shall be less
than 150KPa. It may damage the fins of
radiator if the pressure exceeds 150KPa.
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Regulations on Regular Maintenance
Please get to Chery’s special service station t o have your vehicle maintained according to the specified mileage.
Maintenance Item
Mileage (Km)
5,000
Lighting, alarm flasher devices, horn: check performance
Wiper and cleaning equipment: check p erformance, r efill cleaning fluid if necessary
Check the free travel of clutch and clutch fluid level, regulate it if necessary
Engine oil: Replace
Oil cleaner: Replace
Transmission oil: Check oil level, color, quality of oil and refill it if necessary
Engine: Check leakage (engine oil, anti-frozen fluid, fuel, A/C system, etc.)
Battery: Check electrolyte level, refill distilled water if necessary (equipped with non-maintenance-fee
battery)
Timing belt: Check wear condition and tension, regulate or replace it if necessary
Engine bonnet hinge and lock: Lubricate
Door hinge and limiter: Lubricate
Spark p lug: Check and replace it if necessary
Air cleaner: Clean the hous ing, clear up the cleaner element and replace it if necessary
A/C cleaner: Check the cleanness and replace it if necessary
Ignition timing: Check
Fuel cleaner: Replace
Wedge-shaped belt: Check tension, regulate and replace it if necessary
Transmission: Check leakage and damage
Dust cap of constant velocity universal joint: Check whether it is damaged.
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30,000
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Maintenance Item
Steering tie rod end: Check clearance and t he dust cap whether is damaged
Protective sleeve of steering universal joint assy.: Check malposition or damage
Hand brake: Check its travel, regulate it if necessary
Brake lining/ brake shoe: Check the thickness, replace it if necessary
Brake disc/ brake drum: Check if it works normally or is damaged, replace it if necessary
Body bottom protector: Visually check whether it is damaged
Safety belt: Check whether damaged
Toe-in value, wheel camber angle: Check and regulate if necessary
Ball pin: Check the clearance
Rear shaft rubber hinge: Check whether damaged
Universal joint/ front wheel bearing: Check the connection whether loose, with abnormal sound
Engine oil sump bolt: Check whether loose and tighten it if necessary
Control arm rubber sleeve: Check whether damaged
Brake hose: Check whether aged or damaged
Brake pipe: Check whether damaged or corroded, and the leakage of all joints
Suspension components: Check they are whether abnormally loose, friction or damaged, whether work
normally
Joints of fuel system: Check aging, damage, abnormal loose or friction
Exhaust system: Check the leakage and damage, regulate or replace it if necessary
Steering system: Check the level of power steering fluid, whether the clearance of gear rack of steering
wheel is proper, the connection status of all adapting parts, whether the system works normally, repair or
replace it if necessary
Cooling system: Check the level of anti-frozen fluid, check the status of all connection pipes, leakage,
replace it if necessary
Mileage (Km)
5,000
15,000
30,000
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Maintenance Item
Mileage (Km)
5,000
15,000
30,000
Braking system: Check the level of brake fluid, check the status of all connection pipes, leakage and ★
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damage, working condition of the system, repair or replace it if necessary
A/C system: Check its pressure whether normal, check leakage, abnormal sound, abnormal odor, and the ★
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system whether works normally
Tire (including spare tire): Check the depth of tread, regulate the pressure of tire, check the tightening ★
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torque of wheel bolt
Change the position of tire
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Connection bolt of chassis and body: Check it whether loose, tighten it if necessary
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Wheel: Check it whether loose
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Engine idle speed check: Check working state of engine at ideal speed, parameters of electronic
fuel ★
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injection system and exhaust are whether normal, regulate it if necessary
Trial driving: Check the function of every mechanism is whether normal, regulate it if necessary
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Note: For manual transmission, replace the transmission gear oil once every one (1) year or 30,000km road mileage, and replace the brake
fluid once every two (2) years or 50,000km road mileage.
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First
5000km
Maintenance Card
CHERY
Date: ____
Mileage: _
Purpose: __
Service Station
(Seal)
Vehicle data
License plate number: __
Vehicle chassis Number
Owner: _____
Company (name): _
Address: _______________________
Tel: _______________________
E-MAIL: _____________________
Purchase date: _____
Purpose: __________
License plate number: _____
Model
Vehicle description
Service Station (seal): __
Engine number/ Transmission number
Signature of owner: ____
Paint grade/Inner parts
Optional parts
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First 5000km
Maintenance Card
First 5000km Maintenance Card
Date: __________ Mileage: _________
Checking item:
1. Check the leakage of lubricating
system, cooling system and fuel
system.
Yes
()
Date: ____________
No
()
2. Replace engine oil and oil filter.
()
()
3. Chec k coolant level, and add
coolant or adjust its density if
necessary.
()
()
4. Chec k the leakage of trans mission
()
()
5. Chec k the damage of the dust cap
for steering tie rod.
()
()
6. Check the damage of dust cap for
constant velocity universal joint.
()
()
7. Check the leakage of brake fluid,
and chec k the damage of brake line.
()
()
8. Chec k the function of brake pumps.
()
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9. Check the tire inflation pressure to
ensure it confor ms to the specification.
()
()
Checking item:
10. Check the tension of generator
and air conditioner belt, then adjust
if necessary.
Yes
()
No
()
11. Check the hinge and latch of
engine hood.
12. Chec k the leakage of air
conditioning system.
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13. Check the leakage of pow er
steering line, then add pow er
steering oil if necessary.
()
()
14. Check the assembly and
damage of the dust cap for steering
universal joint.
15. Chec k the positions of manual
trans mission shaft crank to ensure
smooth operation of each shift.
16. Check the joint bolts for
fastening chassis and vehicle body
to see w hether they are loose or
not.
()
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()
()
()
()
Mileage: ___
Purpose: _
License plate number: _
Service Station (seal): __
Owner (signature): ___
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Maintenance Record
Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
For 10,000Km of road mileage
or within six (6) months after the
last service, the 5,000Km
maintenance items are available
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
For 15,000Km of road mileage
or within six (6) months after the
last service, the 15,000Km
maintenance items are available
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
For 20,000Km of road mileage
or within six (6) months after the
last service, the 5,000Km
maintenance items are available
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Service Station (Stamp)
Owner’s Signature
Date or mileage for next service
Service Station (Stamp)
Owner’s Signature
Date or mileage for next service
Service Station (Stamp)
Owner’s Signature
Date or mileage for next service
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Regular maintenance is made according to the specified items in the regular techni cal maintenance of Chery Riich R2 (M ileage and
time above are subject to the requirement, whichever is first)
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Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
For 25,000Km of road mileage
or within six (6) months after the
last service, the 5,000Km
maintenance items are available
For 30,000Km of road mileage
or within six (6) months after
the last service, the 30,000Km
maintenance items are available
For 35,000Km of road mileage
or within six (6) months after
the last service, the 5,000Km
maintenance items are available
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Service Station (Stamp)
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Service Station (Stamp)
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Service Station (Stamp)
Owner’s Signature
Date or mileage for next service
Owner’s Signature
Date or mileage for next service
Owner’s Signature
Date or mileage for next service
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Regular maintenance is made according to the specified items in the regular technical maintenance of Chery Riich R2 (M ileage and
time above are subject to the requirement, whichever is first)
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Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
For 40,000Km of road mileage
or within six (6) months after the
last service, the 5,000Km
maintenance items are available
For 45,000Km of road mileage
or within six (6) months after the
last service, the 15,000Km
maintenance items are available
For 50,000Km of road mileage
or within six (6) months after the
last service, the 5,000Km
maintenance items are available
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Service Station (Stamp)
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Service Station (Stamp)
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Service Station (Stamp)
Owner’s Signature
Date or mileage for next service
Owner’s Signature
Date or mileage for next service
Owner’s Signature
Date or mileage for next service
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Regular maintenance is made according to the specified items in the regular techni cal maintenance of Chery Riich R2 (M ileage and
time above are subject to the requirement, whichever is first)
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Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
For 55,000Km of road mileage
or within six (6) months after the
last service, the 5,000Km
maintenance items are available
For 60,000Km of road mileage
or within six (6) months after the
last service, the 30,000Km
maintenance items are available
For 65,000Km of road mileage
or within six (6) months after
the last service, the 5,000Km
maintenance items are available
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Service Station (Stamp)
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Service Station (Stamp)
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Service Station (Stamp)
Owner’s Signature
Date or mileage for next service
Owner’s Signature
Date or mileage for next service
Owner’s Signature
Date or mileage for next service
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Regular maintenance is made according to the specified items in the regular technical maintenance of Chery Riich R2 (M ileage and
time above are subject to the requirement, whichever is first)
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Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenan ce
For 70,000Km of road mileage
or within six (6) months after the
last service, the 5,000Km
maintenance items are available
For 75,000Km of road mileage
or within six (6) months after
the last service, the 15,000Km
maintenance items are available
For 80,000Km of road mileage
or within six (6) months after the
last service, the 5,000Km
maintenance items are available
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Service Station (Stamp)
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Service Station (Stamp)
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Service Station (Stamp)
Owner’s Signature
Date or mileage for next service
Owner’s Signature
Date or mileage for next service
Owner’s Signature
Date or mileage for next service
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Regular maintenance is made according to the specified items in the regular technical maintenance of Chery Riich R2 (M ileage and
time above are subject to the requirement, whichever is first)
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Regular Maintenance
Regular Maintenance
For 85,000Km of road mileage
or within six (6) months after the
last service, the 5,000Km
maintenance items are available
For 90,000Km of road mileage or
within six (6) months after the last
service,
the
30,000Km
maintenance items are available
For 95,000Km of road mileage or
within six (6) months after the last
service, the 5,000Km maintenance
items are available
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Service Station (Stamp)
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Service Station (Stamp)
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Service Station (Stamp)
Owner’s Signature
Date or mileage for next service
Owner’s Signature
Date or mileage for next service
Owner’s Signature
Date or mileage for next service
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Date: ________________
M ileage: ______________
Regular Maintenan ce
Regular maintenance is made according to the specified items in the regular technical maintenance of Chery Riich R2 (M ileage
and time above are subject to the requirement, whichever is first)
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Safety Protection System
If your vehicle is equipped with air bag
system, you must replace the complete air
bag system every ten (10) years as of the
purchase date, and it must be replaced by
Chery’s special service station.
To ensure the normal operation of air bag
system, please get to Chery’s special
service station t o have the system replaced
within the specified time.
If the air bag system is replaced before the
specified time (e.g., after an accident),
please carefully fill out the replacement
record for future reference.
Replacement Record of Air
Bag System
Replacement Record of Air
Bag System
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Driver air bag
Assistant seat air bag
left-side air bag
Right-side air bag
Air bag control module
Air bag harness
Pretensioner safety belt
Other parts
Driver air bag
Assistant seat air bag
left-side air bag
Right-side air bag
Air bag control module
Air bag harness
Pretensioner safety belt
Other parts
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Date: -------------------------------Special Service Station Stamp:
Date: -------------------------------Special Service Station Stamp:
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Replacement Record of Air
Bag System
Replacement Record of Air
Bag System
Replacement Record of Air
Bag System
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Driver air bag
Assistant seat air bag
left-side air bag
Right-side air bag
Air bag control module
Air bag harness
Pretensioner safety belt
Other parts
Driver air bag
Assistant seat air bag
left-side air bag
Right-side air bag
Air bag control module
Air bag harness
Pretensioner safety belt
Other parts
Driver air bag
Assistant seat air bag
left-side air bag
Right-side air bag
Air bag control module
Air bag harness
Pretensioner safety belt
Other parts
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Date: -------------------------------Special Service Station Stamp:
Date: -------------------------------Special Service Station Stamp:
Date: -------------------------------Special Service Station Stamp:
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Chapter 7
Quality Warranty Service
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Warranty for Complete
Vehicle
license issued date. If the purpose of
vehicle changes within the warranty
period, the warranty duration and mileage
concerned does not alter.
Every Chery Riich R2 sold by an
authorized sales service enter can enjoy
the conditional quality warranty. Within
the warranty, if the quality defect of the
vehicle occurs under normal operation and
maintenance, it is covered by the warranty,
and the owner does not pay for the
maintenance and repair. However, the
vehicle must be repaired by Chery’s
special service station.
Within the warranty period, if the vehicle
is subject to regular maintenance specified
by Chery Automobile Co., Ltd. while the
complete vehicle or some parts have
defect(s) and they are covered by the
quality warranty, please get to Chery’s
special service station to have your vehicle
checked and repaired.
The quality warranty period for
non-operational Chery Riich R2 is
thirty-six (36) months or 60,000km
accumulated road mileage while the
warranty period for the operational vehicle
is twelve (12) months or 100,000km
accumulated road mileage, whichever is
first (i.e. one of both conditions comes, the
vehicle is not subject to the quality
warranty), and the warranty period is
calculated starting from the earliest date
among the date that the owner received the
vehicle, the owner information uploaded
date, the invoice date of purchase or
Plastic parts, rubber parts, switches, lamps,
paintwork flake/ crack:
12 months/ 20,000km
Quality warranty period of wearing
parts (limited to original quality
problems only) is 3 months or 5,000km
Wearing parts include: bulbs, glass
products, tires, brake shoes, clutch lining,
spark plug, wiper blade, air cleaner, oil
cleaner, fuel cleaner, high-vo ltage cable
and antenna.
Quality Warranty Period for
Special Parts (limited to
original quality proble ms
only):
Control arm ball pin, tie rod ball, steering
universal joint, oxygen sensor, clutch plate,
damper, damper rubber sleeve, dust cap:
12 months/ 30,000km
Battery: 12months/ 50,000km
Horn: 6 months/ 30,000km
Ribbed belt, engine timing belt, generator
belt:
12 months/ 50,000km
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3 months/ 5,000km
Parts without warranty include: fuse,
lubrication oil (grease), brake fluid, low
power of battery, engine coolant, power
steering fluid, engine oil, etc.
For the warranty period of
wearing parts and special parts, it is
calculated on the duration and
mileage, whichever is first. The
warranty period for other parts is the
same as the complete vehicle.
Coverage of Warranty
Comply with the regulations specified in
the instruction manual to use, repair and
maintain your vehicle. And bring this
manual that can prove your vehicle has
been regularly checked and repaired.
For quality defects and damaged caused
by product design, manufacture, assembly,
raw material detect and ot her factors, if an
owner reclaims the quality warranty, he/
she shall protect the original status of the
damaged parts in order to clarify what
truly happened.
The replacement and repair for parts
within warranty period will not extend the
warranty period of complete vehicle or
parts.
The replaced parts within warranty period
are subject to Chery’s Automobile Co.,
Ltd.
Items
not
warranty
covered
by
1. The following defects are not covered
by the quality warranty:
1) Defects occurred in the vehicle which
are repaired or maintained by the
owner himself or by the service station
other than Chery’s special service
station.
2) Chery Automobile Co., Ltd. will not
be responsible for any direct or
indirect damage due to installed parts
and components are not produced or
provided by the company.
Note: To ensure the proper operating
condition of the vehicle, the owner shall
use parts and components (genuine spare
parts) provided by Chery Automobile Co.,
Ltd. and Chery’s special service station
will offer you the genuine spare parts
purchasing service.
3) Chery Automobile Co., Ltd. will not
be responsible for any direct or
indirect damage due to refitting or
additional installation of various
equipment by the owner himself,
especially refitting or additional
installation of such system involving
the product safety as electrical,
braking, steering and other systems.
4) Defects due to no routine examination
or regular maintenance conducted as
required, or the examination, repair
and maintenance conducted by the
service station other than Chery’s
special service station.
Note: To ensure the proper operating
condition of the vehicle, the owner has
responsibility to conduct necessary
examination, repair and maintenance. For
example, the engine oil has the crucial
functions such as lubricating, cooling the
engine and rust prevention, etc. The
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engine oil in service will be gradually
contaminated, corroded or degenerated. So
if the oil continues in service for a long
time, it may burn out the engine. And such
defects due to the shortage of proper
examination and maintenance, Chery will
not be liable for the warranty service.
The instruction manual specifies the
necessary maintenance items. After such
items are executed, please record the
results in the manual, and keep it carefully.
When accepting warranty service, you
must bring forth the manual.
5) Severe defects result from the
problems that owner should have
discovered and handled, but ignored.
Note: Fox example, although it has been
found that engine oil alarm lamp gives a
warning, or the driver feels something
abnormal (noise, vibration), the vehicle
has not been overhauled in time during
routine inspection. And it continues in
service and makes failures worse.
6) Defects caused by the use of products
other than the genuine spare parts and
specified grease (includ ing engine oil,
brake fluid, transmission oil, and fuel).
Note: The prerequisite for the warranty is
to properly use the genuine spare parts and
specified grease so as to ensure the normal
operation of the vehicle. So, if the
non-genuine spare parts are used, or they
are genuine spare parts, but not applicable
to the vehicle, or the grease not specified
in the manual is employed, all of these
may influence the vehicle’s original
performance and decreases its durability.
For example, the oil cleaner not specified
by Chery is utilized and then it leads to the
cleaner jammed and the bearing burnt.
7) Defects caused by the malfunction of
the vehicle and improper use of the
M anual or the overuse of the vehicle
that exceeds the vehicle’s capabilities
specified in the specification (the
vehicle travels as a racing vehicle with
the overload, the engine overload,
excessive loading capacity, passenger
overload, excessive driving speed,
etc).
Note: The malfunction of the vehicle and
improper use of the M anual or the overuse
of the vehicle that exceeds the vehicle’s
capabilities specified in the specification
are mainly as follows:
Fox example:
Defects due to driving in harsh area or
racing.
Overloading or
chassis spring.
excessively
pressing
Engine failure caused by the operation
with overload, and the excess of the
transmission limit specified in the manua l
when the vehicle travels at high speed.
2. The following symptoms will not be
deemed as defects with the warranty.
1) The symptoms caused by the wear or
the long period of service. (Natural
fading or degeneration of painted
surface, plating surface, resin parts,
etc.)
Note: Among parts consisting of an
automobile, some of them (e.g. clutch disc)
are subject to be continuously worn with
the driving and repeated operation.
In addition, the brake lining and other
parts which fulfill their functions by
wearing themselves, those consumptive
parts for daily running and the grease such
as engine oil or coolant which plays the
role of lubricating and cooling, will be
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substantially consumed and degenerated
with the traveling of vehicle. The painted
surface of exterior plate and interior
instrument panel surface would gradually
tarnish and slowly fade.
The consumption generated due to daily
running and operating as well as the
fading symptom will not be covered by the
warranty.
2) In
general,
those
perceived
occurrences that will not affect the
vehicle quality
and
functions.
(Operation fee, noise, etc.)
Note: Noise and vibration sometimes are
caused by abnormal vehicle’s condition
while it is possible that normal operation
also
causes
noise and
vibration
occasionally. In the case, the vehicle’s
quality and function have no problem. For
example, the noise caused when the brake
pedal is stepped on mostly comes from
friction (usually called the braking noise)
while it is not the functional problem.
3. The following defects caused by
exterior reasons are not the material
and manufacturing problems, without
the warranty.
1) Defects caused by exterior reasons
such as coal smoke, medicine, bird
droppings, oil acid rain, gravel, scrap
iron, ash falls and salt and so on.
Note: Defects caused by exterior reasons
such as glass broken by splashing grovels
during traveling, compartment scratched,
paintwork fading resulted due to the bird
dropping or acid rain attaching.
2) Defects caused du e to natural disasters
such as earthquake, windstorm, flood,
fire or other accidents.
4. Chery will not be liable for the
expenditures in case of the following
conditions.
daily driving. Owners shall pay the costs
for the replacement and supplement of
such products by themselves.
2) Expenditure for overhaul and regular
replacement of parts and component s
specified by Chery.
Note: The consumption and degeneration
are inevitable during the use of vehicle. So
the proper overhaul and daily/ regular
inspection must be done on schedule
according to the service condition.
3) Expenditure for your vehicle repaired
in service stations other than Chery’s
special service station.
Chery will not be liable for the repair cost
in the service stations other than Chery’s
special service station.
1) Some parts of vehicle are wearing
parts such as friction lining, wiper
blade, spark plug, cleaner, tire, bulb,
lubricating oil (grease), brake fluid,
low power battery, engine coolant,
power steering fluid, oil. The costs
generated due to normal consumption
of these parts and the expenditures
spent on replacement and supplement
of grease or oil.
5. Additional expenses
Note: Wearing parts and grease will be
consumed and degenerated along with
The economic loss or additional expenses
caused due to the vehicle failed being
4) Expenditure caused by
normal
inspection and adjustment (fuel
consumption, CO content, lighting,
inspection
and
adjustment
of
four-wheel calibrating mechanism,
dy namic balance of tires, etc.)
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service are not covered in the quality
warranty. For instance, it includes:
The economic loss and time loss caused
by the vehicle failed being service
Expense on the vehicle storage
Expense on the vehicle rent or lease
Expense on accommodation, food or other
items concerned
Other related loss
Spare Parts Warranty
Spare parts that are bought and installed in
Chery’s special service station and
supplied by Chery Automobile Co., Ltd.,
the warranty period is 6 months or 20,000
accumulated road mileage, calculated
from the date of purchasing and
installation. Among them, the warranty
period for wearing parts (bulb, glass
products, air cleaner element, fuel cleaner,
oil cleaner, wiper blade, tire, clutch lining/
brake shoe, spark plug and high-voltage
cable) is 3 months or 5,000km
accumulated road mileage. All warranty
period listed above is subject to the one
whichever is first.
Warranty coverage and items not covered
by the warranty refers to the regulations of
warranty for a complete vehicle.
In the quality warranty period for a
complete vehicle, parts are replaced and
installed by Chery’s special service station
for free. The quality warranty period of
replaced parts is the remaining time of
warranty for the complete vehicle, which
will be ended with the warranty for the
complete vehicle ended.
Please consult local Chery’s special
service station if you have any doubts on
the above regulations.
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Chapter 8
Capacity and Specification
Parameters
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Vehicle Identification Description
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VIN
Vehicle Nameplate
The VIN code of Chery Riich 2 vehicle
is printed on the right side of the front
panel upper roof drip channel (as
shown in the above figure).
The Chery authorized service station
has the fuel additives authorized by the
Chery Company, and the personnel in
the station are familiar with the use of
the additives and
the engine
encrustation treatment method, and
offer you the best service with all our
heart.
Engine Number
The SQR473F series engine number is
located on cylinder block flange beside
the oil filter of the engine exhaust side,
(as shown in the following figure).
in case of refueling. The fuel additives
can prevent the engine from corrosion
and encrustation and clean the fuel
system.
The vehicle nameplate is fixed as
shown in the above figure.
The fizzle sound can be heard when the
furl filler cap opens. This is normal.
Fuel
93# or above unleaded gasoline (octane
value: above 93# )
Fuel tank capac ity:
The unleaded gasoline of below 93#
grade is not allowed to be used.
Otherwise, it may damage the engine,
without the w arranty.
Gasoline engine: 45 L
The high quality fuel with the fuel
grade as below and detergent and other
additives is available only. The low
grade of fuel may damage the engine.
If it is difficult to buy the high quality
fuel with additives or when the engine
has such faults as start difficult,
unstable idle speed, power down and
etc, the proper additives shall be added
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Capacity and Specification Parameters
The vehicle equipped with the catalytic
converter uses the unleaded gasoline
only.
To prevent the event that the improper
grade of gasoline is refueled, the fuel
tank adopts the constriction type filler
opening design. Only the fuel gun for
the unleaded gasoline can insert into
the filler opening.
If you by accident refuel the
leaded gasoline into the fuel
tank, DO NOT start the
engine (even if a little leaded
gasoline is refueled only). Otherwise,
the lead cont ained in the fuel will
cause the permanent damage of the
catalytic
converter.
It
is
recommended
to
immediately
contact the nearest Chery authorized
service station.
Engine oil
Replace the engine oil
capacity of 4.0L. Your vehicle engine is
designated to use this kind of engine oil.
To obtain the best performance, please
use it according to this provision of
regulation.
Please DO NOT use the
engine oil which doesn’t
conform
to
the
specifications and requirements
above. The improper engine oil may
damage the engine, without the
warranty.
Refill the engine oil
The Chery authorized service station
will keep the oil-change date records
and use the recommended engine oil.
The refilled oil shall be below the
MAX mark on the dipstick.
If
you
need
the
detailed
recommendations or information, the
Chery authorized service station will be
pleased to help you.
Please DO NOT use the
additives or engine treating
compound unauthorized by
the Chery Company. These additives
are not only unnecessary, but also
may damage the engine in certain
cases, without the warranty.
Vehicle Fluid
Please replace the fluid according to
the time interval specified in the
M aintenance M anual.
Transmission oil
Manual transmission
Use QR513MHA synthetic gear oil
designated by Chery as the manual
transmission oil, with the capacity of
1.8±0.1L.
The engine oil model recommended by
the Chery Company is:
SQR473F series gasoline engine adop ts
the Chery special oil with the refilling
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Capacity and Specification Parameters
Power steering oil
Coolant
Weight
The hydraulic oil conforming to the
Chery specifications is available. The
Chery authorized service station has
the Chery original fluid.
Please use the coolant conforming to
the Chery specifications. The Chery
authorized service station has the
Chery original fluids.
The kerb weight means the weight in
case of travel, including the coolant,
lubricating oil, fuel tank up to 90%,
tools, spare wheel and the driver’s
weight (75kg).
Brake fluid and clutch oil
Windscreen cleaning fluid
The Dot 4 brake fluid is available.
Refill it up to the MAX mark as
required. The brake fluid without
paraffin is available only.
Fill up the reservoir with the
concentrated windscreen cleaning fluid
and water (1:20) specified by Chery
Company. If the exterior temperature is
low, use the windscreen cleaning fluid
for winter. For the proper concentration,
please refer to the instructions on the
container. DO NOT dispose the
empty/waste oil cont ainer and cleaner
as the household waste. Please use the
local authorized waste disposal
facilities.
In case of heavy load (such as
it tows a tail vehicle, travels
on the mountain road for a
long time), replace the brake lining
and brake fluid at the same time.
Ensure that the brake fluid must be
clean when the fluid is refilled. The
entrance of any foreign material into
the brake system may result in the
deprivation of braking performance.
The payload is the subtraction of the
kerb weight from the allowable gross
weight.
The optional fittings and subsequent
additional equipment will reduce the
payload.
Please stick to the load
specified in the M anual (if
app licable). DO NOT
exceed the allowable gross
weight, otherwise it may result in
the change of braking and
manipulating performance, and
cause an accident.
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Capacity and Specification Parameters
Capacity
Capacity (L)
Engine Oil (Including strainer)
SQR473Fseries: 4.0±0.5 L
M anual Transmission
QR513M HA: 1.8±0.1L
Power Steering
MAX mark
Cooling System
1.3Ldisplacement: 4.5 L
Windshield Cleaning System
MAX mark
Fuel Tank
45L
Brake Liquid / Clutch Oil Tank
MAX mark
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Capacity and Specification Parameters
Mass Parameters
Items
Parameters
Passenger Vehicle M odel
SQR6400S22
Entire vehicle kerb mass
(kg)
1,220
Entire vehicle kerb
axle-load mass
Front axle
(kg)
745
Rear axle
(kg)
475
M aximum manufacturer load mass (Including
passenger)
(kg)
M aximum manufacturer's total mass
(kg)
525
Axle-load
mass
at
maximum
manufacturer's
total
mass
1,745
Front axle
(kg)
880
Rear axle
(kg)
865
Number of passenger (including driver inclusive)
(person)
5-7
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Capacity and Specification Parameters
Wheel and Tire
Tightening torque of wheel bolt
The tightening torque of wheel bolt is 110±10 Nm.
Tire pressure
Before your journey begins, check the tire pressure (cold state)
(DO NOT forget to check the pressure of spare tire).
Tire pressure (cold tire) (kPa)
Items
Rear Wheel
Spare Tire
Half-load
Front
Wheel
250
250
400
Full load
220
280
Wheel
M odel
Wheel rim
Tire
5J 14
165/70R14×85H
Precautions on tire pressure
•
Check the tire pressure at least once every month,
especially when the vehicle travels at high speed.
•
The value of pressure listed in the table above is suitable
for the cold-state tire. The pressure will increase
somewhat after it is heated, but it is unnecessary to reduce
the pressure.
•
If the winter tire is available, the value of pressure listed
in the table above shall increase by 20Kpa.
•
To offer you the convenience to search for the specified
value of inflation pressure, there is a self-adhesive label
attached to the inner side of fuel filler cap, which indicates
the specified value of tire pressure.
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Capacity and Specification Parameters
Engine Data
M odel
SQR473F
Type
In-line, water cooling, four-stroke, in-line DOHC, 16 valves and multipoint EFI
Cylinder Diameter
mm
73
Piston Stroke mm
77.5
Displacement
ml
1,297
Compression Ratio
10 : 1
Rated power (net power)
61
kW
Rated RPM
r/min
6,000
M ax. Torque N·m
M ax. Torque Speed
M in.
114
r/min
Fuel Consumption
3,800-4,500
280
g/kw·h
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Capacity and Specification Parameters
Vehicle Dimension
Item
Dimension (mm)
A=Overall Length
4,040
B=Overall Width
1,640
C=Overall Height (Kerb Weight )
1,900
D=Wheel Base
2,625
E=Wheel
Track
Front
1,420
Rear
Ground Clearance
1,420
150
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