Owner`s manual | Audiovox VE103IM Baby Monitor User Manual

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Seats
Key
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KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM
MANUAL SEAT CONTROLS
The system includes one retractable key fob which remotely locks and
unlocks the doors and liftgate.
Release Button
Lock
• Push to extend key.
• Push
once to lock all
Height Adjustment Lever
Recline Lever
Raise or lower seat height
Pull up to adjust seatback angle.
doors and liftgate.
• Push & fold to retract key.
by repeatedly pulling up or
pushing down on the lever.
• Push
twice (within five
seconds) for horn
sound verification that
all doors are locked.
Unlock
• Push
once to unlock
driver’s door.
• Push
twice (within five
seconds) to unlock all
doors and liftgate.
Panic Alarm
• Push
for one second or
Retractable Key
more to activate alarm.
• Push lock, unlock, or
panic alarm to turn
alarm off.
NOTE: Leaving the key in the ignition or vehicle and pushing the lock switch will lock
the doors with the key in the vehicle unless a door or the liftgate is left open.
LIFTGATE
•To open, push the liftgate button
and raise the liftgate.
•To close, push liftgate down until
it securely locks, but do not slam.
FOLDING SECOND-ROW SEATS
To increase cargo space, fold down one
or both second-row seats.
1Lower the head restraints all the
way down.
2Support the seatback with your hand.
3Push the rear seatback knob down
(red indicator is visible when seat is
in the unlocked position).
4Bring the seatback forward.
5Secure the rear seat belt in the
belt clip.
1Verify that the seat belt is secured in
pushed, the liftgate will open slightly. If the
liftgate is not opened within 1.5 seconds,
the liftgate latch locks (you will hear it
lock) and the liftgate cannot be opened or
closed from this slightly raised position. To
open/close the liftgate, push the liftgate
opener switch, open the liftgate within 1.5
seconds, then close it. The door/liftgate
ajar warning light will be on if the liftgate is
not fully closed.
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backward or forward.
RETURNING SECOND-ROW SEATS TO UPRIGHT POSITION
NOTE: When the liftgate opener switch is
1
Slide Release Lever
Pull lever up to move seat
the belt clip.
2Raise seatbacks until they lock into
position (red indicator is not visible
when seat is in the locked position).
NOTE: Make sure that seat belt is routed
in front of the seat as shown.
3Pull on the top of the seatbacks from
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Rear Bumper Guard is
available at your Mazda dealer.
inside the vehicle to make sure they
are locked.
4Check that all seat belts are routed
properly for passenger use.
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Driver’s View
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Wiper/
washer
LIGHTING/TURN SIGNALS
Power Mirrors
(P. 7)
(P. 11)
(P. 8)
PASSENGER AIRBAG
OFF INDICATOR1
Hazard
warning
PASSENGER
SEAT BELT OFF
INDICATOR2
DSC
Power windows
(P. 11)
1
3
AUDIO CONTROLS
(PP. 15-16)
This indicator light illuminates to remind you that the front passenger’s front/side airbags and
seat belt pretensioner will not deploy during a collision. The reason for this is that the weight
in the seat is less than approximately 66 lb. Always wear your seat belt and secure children
in the rear seats in appropriate child restraints. See the Owner’s Manual for important
information on this safety feature.
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Cruise
control
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CLIMATE
CONTROL
(P. 14)
Accessory
Socket
Aux Jack
(P. 10)
Audio
(PP. 15-16)
This indicator light illuminates if front passenger seat belt is not fastened. See the Owner’s
Manual for important information on this safety feature.
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Instrument Cluster
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FUEL GAUGE:
If the lowest scale mark and
the E is flashing, this indicates
the fuel level is low. Refuel as
soon as possible.
If only the E is flashing, this
indicates the fuel tank is nearly
empty. Refuel immediately.
Tachometer
Dashboard
Illumination1
Speedometer
TRIP METER
selector2
Glossary of Warning and indicator lights
OFF
NOTE: See Owner’s Manual for more details and explanations.
ODOMETER/
TRIP METER
Check Fuel Cap
Headlight High Beams On
Traction Control System
(TCS)/Dynamic Stability
Control (DSC)
Brake Warning Light
Charging System Malfunction
Parking brake on/low brake
fluid/malfunction
On/Warning Beep: Low tire pressure
in one or more tires.
Flashing: TPMS Malfunction
Power Steering Malfunction
Low Engine Oil Pressure
When the headlight switch is in the
the dashboard lights.
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or
Shift Lever Position Indicator
(Automatic Transmission only)
ABS (Antilock Brake
System) Malfunction
Airbag/Front Seat Belt
Pretensioner System
Malfunction
1
Driver Seat Belt
Unbuckled/Malfunction
Security Indicator Light
Turn Signals/Hazard
Warning Indicator Lights
position, rotate the knob to adjust the brightness of (Automatic Transmission only)
Door/Liftgate Ajar
Check Engine Light
Tire Pressure Monitoring
System (TPMS) Warning Light
SHIFT LEVER
POSITION INDICATOR
Dynamic Stability Control
(DSC)/Traction Control System
(TCS) Off Indicator Light
DSC OFF switched pushed and TCS/DSC
turned off.
On: TCS/DSC malfunction
Flashing: TCS/DSC operating
5
Fuel
gauge
O/D
OFF
Overdrive Cancel Indicator
Illuminates when overdrive is off.
High Engine Coolant
Temperature
Flashing: Engine is starting to run hot.
On: Engine is running hot/overheating.
Low Engine Coolant
Temperature
The light comes on when the engine
coolant is cold and goes out when
the engine coolant reaches normal
operating temperature. The vehicle
may be driven when the light is on or
off. The heater and defroster work
best when light is off.
Cruise Main Indicator Light
On ( Amber)/Cruise Set
Indicator Light On (Green)
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• Push to toggle between odometer and trip meter (A & B).
• When a trip meter is selected, push and hold to reset to zero.
NOTE: Low ambient temperature and or high altitude causes tire pressures to drop
and may turn the TPMS warning light on. If the warning light comes on, check the tire
pressure and fill the tires as soon as possible, preferably before moving the vehicle
and warming up the tires. Tire pressure should be checked when the tires are cold.
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Feature Highlights
LIGHTING CONTROL/TURN SIGNAL LEVER
: Turns tail, parking, and
dashboard lights on.
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WINDSHIELD/REAR WINDOW WIPER/WASHER CONTROL LEVER
: Turns fog lights on only when
headlights are on. (Optional)
Push for
High Beams
MIST
OFF
Pull
to Flash
High Beams
1
2
Pull lever to dispense
windshield washer fluid
: Turns tail, parking, dashboard,
and headlights on.
3
INT
LO
HI
Rear Window
Wiper/Washer
ON: Normal speed
ALUMINUM WHEEL CARE
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Your aluminum wheels have a protective
coating on them. Only use a mild soap or
neutral detergent with a sponge or soft cloth
to clean them. Using a wire brush, polishing
compound, solvent, or any type of abrasive
cleaner may damage the protective coating.
:Washer/wiper
(hold as desired)
Genuine Mazda Accessory
Wheel Locks are available
at your Mazda dealer.
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Feature Highlights
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AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
PORTABLE AUDIO PLAYER INTEGRATION USING THE AUX JACK
The gearshift must be in Park or Neutral
to start the engine and must be in Park to
remove the ignition key.
D (Overdrive)
This is the normal driving position for the
best fuel economy. The transmission shifts
through all forward gears.
D (Overdrive Cancel)
Push the overdrive switch
on the gearshift to engage/
disengage overdrive. The
indicator illuminates when
overdrive is off. This feature
is useful when going down
a steep grade and in stop
and go traffic. Refer to the
Owner’s Manual for
complete details.
Your vehicle is equipped with an AUX or
auxiliary jack that will allow you to play your
portable audio player through the vehicle’s
audio system. Learn the system when parked
and do not let it distract you while driving.
NOTE: You will need a cable with an 1/8 inch
mini stereo plug to connect your portable audio
player into the aux jack.
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for additional information.
1Locate the AUX jack on the center console.
2Plug 1/8 inch mini stereo plug into the portable audio player and into
the AUX jack. Turn portable audio player on.
3 Turn the vehicle audio system on.
4Push the CD/AUX button on the audio face or the MODE button on
the steering wheel controls.
5 Use the portable audio player controls to play music.
IMPORTANT: Set the volume level on your portable audio player to the highest
level before distortion starts, then adjust the volume on the audio system.
Rear Door Child
Safety Locks
These locks help prevent children
from accidentally opening the rear
doors. Use both whenever a child
rides in the vehicle.
With child safety locks in the
locked position, the door can
only be opened by pulling the
outside handle.
Child Safety Locks
ANTENNA
When using the radio, move
the antenna to the UP position
(approximately 30 degrees).
To remove the antenna, turn it
counterclockwise.
To install the antenna, turn
it clockwise. Make sure the
antenna is securely installed.
Remove
Install
30°
NOTE:
• To ensure the best possible radio reception be sure the antenna is in the
up position.
• Remove antenna before using a car wash facility, entering a garage or other
low clearance area.
• When removing snow from the roof be careful around the antenna.
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MECHANICAL-DIMMING MIRROR
POWER MIRROR ADJUSTMENT
1Place ignition switch in the
ACC or ON position.
2Push the selector switch
to L for driver side or
R for passenger side
mirror adjustment.
3Push the mirror switch in
the desired direction.
4Move selector switch to the
center position to deactivate.
Mirror Switch
Selector
Switch
Day/Night Lever
Reduce headlight glare from the
vehicles behind you by pulling
the lever forward. Push the lever
backward for day time driving.
Day
Night
Genuine Mazda
Auto Dimming
Rearview Mirror
with Compass
and HomeLink ®
available at your
Mazda dealer.
Door Lock Switch
To lock or unlock all doors and
liftgate with the door-lock switch:
Push lock side of switch to lock.
Push unlock side of switch to unlock.
POWER WINDOWS
Driver Auto-Opening/Closing
To fully open the window
automatically, push the switch
down completely, then release.
To fully close the window
automatically, pull the switch up
completely, then release.
To stop the window partway, pull
or push the switch in the opposite
direction and then release.
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NOTE:
Window
Switches
Power Window Lock Switch
With the lock switch in the unlocked position (button not depressed), all power
windows on each door can be operated.
With the lock switch in the locked position (button depressed), only the driver’s
side power window can be operated.
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• Leaving the key in the ignition or
vehicle and pushing the lock switch
will lock the key in the vehicle unless
a door or the liftgate is left open.
• Laying objects such as a purse
on top of Door Lock Switch may
accidently lock the doors with
key inside.
Cup Holders
This vehicle is equipped
to hold up to five drinks.
Use the center console
divider to place a cup
or canned drink on the
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center console tray.
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Manual Climate Control
Feature Highlights
Fuel Door Release
Fuel Door
Release
(located on floor in front of driver’s seat)
To open, pull the fuel door release.
Fuel
Regular Unleaded Fuel – 87 Octane
When selecting
defrost, move
recirc/fresh switch
to “Fresh”
.
Fuel Door
To avoid scratching the paint during
refueling, secure the fuel filler cap
tether over the hook as shown.
Temperature
Control Dial
Luggage Compartment Light
Push switch down to the ON position to
allow automatic cargo light illumination
when the liftgate is open.
Push switch up to the OFF position to
cancel automatic cargo light illumination.
Fan Control Dial
otate the dial to set desired
R
Rotate the dial for
fan speed (1-4).
temperature control. Move lever to the left to recirculate cabin air Push to
to reduce outside odors defrost the
and improve cooling.
rear window.
Move lever to the right The heater and
to receive fresh air.
defroster work
Use this setting when best when
defroster and/or blue coolant
defroster and floor
temperature
vents are selected.
light is off.
NOTE: The recirculated air
position should be used only
when driving on dusty roads or
for quick cooling of the interior.
Best Cooling Settings
Mode Selector Dial
Rotate the dial to
select airflow mode.
Dashboard
vents
Dashboard and
floor vents
Floor vents
Defroster and
floor vents
Windshield
defroster
Push to manually turn
air conditioning on or off.
Best Heating Settings
Indicator ON
Switch
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Audio Controls
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SEEK BUTTONS
Setting your clock
With ignition in ACC or ON
position, push and hold
CLOCK button until beep is
heard, clock starts flashing
and ADJ appears.
•Use H to move
hour forward.
•Use M to move
minute forward.
When desired time is reached,
push CLOCK button to set.
POWER On
Push the Power/Volume dial to turn
the audio system on.
Media Selection
Radio: Push FM/AM button to select
the FM1, FM2 or AM band. The
selected band will be displayed.
CD: With CD loaded, push the CD/
AUX button until CD mode appears.
Auxiliary Input: With portable
audio player connected to AUX IN,
push the CD/AUX button until AUX
mode appears.
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Tuning
The radio has the following
tuning controls:
•Manual: Push TUNE/TRACK
button to manually change
the frequency.
•Seek: Push and hold the
TUNE/TRACK tuning buttons
to automatically seek a higher or
lower frequency with a station.
•Scan: Push the SCAN button
to automatically sample strong
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CD SLOT
MUTE
NOTE: Push the MODE button
to change between FM1, FM2,
AM, CD and AUX.
stations for seconds each. Push
again to cancel.
•Preset Channel: Push the
Preset Channel buttons (1-6)
to select a station stored in
memory. To store a station,
push and hold a button (1-6)
until a beep is heard.
•Auto Memory Tuning
:
Push and hold the AUTO-M/
SCRL button to store an
additional 6 stations on each
FM and AM band without
disturbing the previously stored
stations. This is especially
useful when driving in an area
where the local stations are
not known. Push and release
the AUTO-M/SCRL button to
recall auto-stored stations.
Refer to the Owner’s Manual for
complete details. To return to
the previously stored stations,
push the FM or AM button.
Loading a CD
Single CD Player
•Insert CD, label-side up.
PLAYING A CD
•Push CD button to select
CD player.
•Push
FLDR (Folder)
button to select a folder
(MP3/WMA).
•Push TUNE/TRACK
button to select a track.
MENU:
Push MENU to display options.
RPT
Radio Mode:
Push for next lower
stored station.
Push for next higher
stored station.
/ Push and hold
either button to seek
all stations.
CD Mode:
Push to repeat
current track.
Push to advance to
next track.
TEXT:
Pushing the TEXT button while a CD or
MP3 disc is being played may display
Album, Artist, Song, Track, etc (if
available on CD or MP3 disc). Refer to
the Owner’s Manual for complete details.
RDM
ALC OFF
BASS
TREB
FADE
BAL
BEEP ON
Display Scroll
Only 8 characters (File name) or 12
characters (Except file name) can be
displayed at one time. To display the rest
of the characters of a long title, push
the AUTO-M/SCRL button. The display
scrolls the next 12 characters. Push the
AUTO-M/SCRL button again after the
last 12 characters have been displayed
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to return to the beginning of the title.
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Information Display
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INFO
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Push INFO button (optional) on steering wheel to display the following (actual
text information will vary on your vehicle):
• Average MPH (AV)
• O utside Temp
(OUTSIDE)
INFO
Button
• Consumer Current MPG
(CONSUM CUR)
• Consumer Avg MPG (CONSUM AV)
• Remaining Miles (REMNG)
NOTE:
• To clear Average MPH or Consumer Avg MPG, push and hold INFO button
when selected screen is displayed.
• To change the ambient temperature display between °F and °C or vice versa, push and hold INFO button for three seconds when Outside Temp is displayed.
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Roadside assistance is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Using the toll free phone number or iPhone APP (which uses
GPS-enabled technology to determine your exact location), will
put you in touch with a roadside assistance agent.
Phone: 1-800-866-1998
The APP can be downloaded, free of charge, by logging onto http://mazda.crosscountry-auto.com/
After downloading APP, customer name, email, iPhone number
and VIN are required.
Personalize your Mazda2 with Genuine Mazda Accessories:
• Auto Dimming Rearview Mirror with Compass and HomeLink®
• Cargo Net
• Roof Rack with available attachments to transport
your bike, kayak, surfboard, snowboard, luggage and more
• Side Sill Extensions
• Tailpipe Finisher
• Mazda2 or Zoom Zoom License Plate Frame
• Wheel Locks
• Fog Lights
• Splash Guards
• All Weather Floor Mats
• Rear Bumper Guard
• 3.5mm Audio Cable
• Portable Navigation Devices by Garmin
• Motorola T305 Bluetooth Calling Device
• First Aid Kit
• Roadside Assistance Kit
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Customer Delivery Checklist
Customer Delivery Checklist
Vehicle presentation:
Refer to Smart Start Guide during presentation
Keyless Entry................................. 1
• Liftgate Opener Switch
• Key Fob (one retractable key fob & one valet key supplied)
Seats............................................... 2
• Adjustments
Driver’s View............................... 3-4
• Location of Switches and Controls
Door Lock Switch......................... 12
• Fuel Door Release,
Tether Hook and
Fuel Spec
Climate Control............................. 14
S et Clock....................................... 15
Information Display...................... 17
Scheduled Maintenance
When replacing or topping off engine oil,
use Mazda Genuine Parts. For optimal
engine performance, use SAE 0W-20
engine oil. Please consult an Authorized
Mazda Dealer for additional information.
All items in the Customer Delivery Checklist have been reviewed with the customer and
the first maintenance appointment has been scheduled:
DATE
E-MAIL
Review the following items with the customer
Smart Start Guide
• Remove this checklist from
Smart Start Guide
Warranty Start Date:
Customer Initial:
• Basic Vehicle –
36 months/36,000 miles
• Roadside assistance program
Audio Controls.......................... 15-16
SALES CONSULTANT
VIN
Presentation of Owner’s Materials:
A luminum Wheel Care................... 7
AUX Jack....................................... 10
CUSTOMER’S NAME
Warranty Information
Automatic Transmission............... 9
• O verdrive Cancel Switch
SALES CONSULTANT
Fuel Door....................................... 13
Lights.............................................. 7
DATE
Instrument Cluster..................... 5-6
• Review of Warning and Indicator
Light Function and Location
Wiper/Washer................................ 8
DEALERSHIP
CUSTOMER
MyMazda.com
• O ffer to register customer on
MyMazda.com
Owner’s Manual
Service Department
Introduce Service Manager;
provide business cards
Review Service and Parts
Department hours of operation
E xplain free Full Circle
Service Inspection
Schedule first maintenance service
DATE
Signed copy must be placed in dealer jacket
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Because you and your Mazda deserve the best
Your new Mazda deserves nothing less than the very best. To keep it running
like new for years to come, trust the experts at your local Authorized Mazda
Dealer. Simply bring your vehicle in for your scheduled maintenance and any
needed repairs.*
At participating Mazda Full Circle Service Centers,** our technicians will
automatically perform a complimentary Full Circle inspection on your vehicle
and issue a detailed report card at every visit. This is designed to help you
keep track of your Mazda’s critical operating condition. Our factory-trained
technicians know your vehicle inside out and use Genuine Mazda Parts,
giving your vehicle the optimum care and maintenance it requires to run
with flawless precision.
Remember, to further enhance your driving experience, visit your local
Mazda Service Center for your scheduled maintenance. It’s also the place
where you can find a wide variety of tires, parts, and accessories that are
just right for your vehicle.
* See vehicle’s scheduled-maintenance program for details.
** Visit the Mazda Owners website at MyMazda.com/fullcircle to find a
participating Mazda Full Circle Service Dealer.
Customer Assistance Center: 1-800-222-5500
Roadside Assistance Contact: 1-800-866-1998
FREE FULL CIRCLE SERVICE INSPECTION
We’re committed to providing expert Mazda service.
You love to drive your Mazda, and we love to service your
Mazda. With our Full Circle Service, we’ll give your vehicle a
COMPLIMENTARY MULTI-POINT INSPECTION. Your Mazda
will receive a thorough review of its most crucial components.
This easy-to-use Smart Start Guide is intended to help you more fully appreciate some
of the unique features and functions of your new vehicle. However, it is not intended to
replace your Owner’s Manual. The Owner’s Manual contains more detailed information
to help you better understand the important safety warnings, features, operation, and
maintenance of your vehicle. All information, specifications, photographs and illustrations
in this publication are those in effect at the time of printing. Mazda reserves the right to
change specifications or design without obligation.
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