Faber 630006507 Ventilation Hood User Manual

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was accurate at the time of duplication. We reserve the right to
change features, operation and/or functionality of any vehicle
specification at any time. Your Ford dealer is the best source for
the most current information.
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Scan Function – In radio mode, press to
hear a sampling of all receivable
stations. In CD mode, press to hear a
brief sampling of all selections on the
current CD.
Shuffle Function – Press to engage the
desired shuffle mode. SHUFFLE DISC
randomly plays tracks from all CDs;
SHUFFLE TRK plays all selections from
the current CD in random order.
autostore. To begin CD play while in
radio mode, press the CD control.
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Loading CDs – Press to open the CD
door, then load a CD into the player.
Press LOAD and then a preset number
to select a slot. Press and hold LOAD
to activate autoload.
Volume/Power Control – Press the control
to turn the audio system on or off. Turn
the control to raise or lower the volume.
Automatic Volume Control – For speed
sensitive volume control, push and hold
the volume control for five seconds.
Press SEL to adjust the volume control
levels from “0” (off) to “7” (high).
AM/FM and CD Select – In radio mode,
press AM/FM to select AM or FM
frequency bands. In CD mode, press
AM/FM to stop play and begin radio
play. Press and hold AM/FM to activate
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Disc/Tune Adjust – In radio mode, press
to move to the next frequency up or
down the band. In CD mode, press to
select a disc in the CD player.
DSP or COMP – Press DSP and then SEL
to choose the desired signal mode (DSP
OFF, NEWS, JAZZ CLUB, HALL, CHURCH,
STADIUM). COMP (compression) operates in CD mode to bring soft and loud
CD passages together for a more consistent listening level. (To activate, press
COMP until COMP ON is displayed.)
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Seek Function – In radio mode, press to
move to the next receivable station up
or down the band. In CD mode, press
to select the next/previous track on the
current disc.
Setting the Clock – Press MENU until
SELECT HOUR or SELECT MINUTE is
displayed. Press SEL to set the time.
Press MENU again to disengage the
clock mode.
Setting Memory Preset Stations –
Select AM, FM1, or FM2 band, then
select a station. Next, press and hold
a control until the sound returns.
*CDs with adhesive labels and irregularly shaped CDs may get stuck in the CD player. Homemade
CDs should be identified with permanent felt tip marker rather than adhesive labels.
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This Quick Reference Guide is not intended to replace your
vehicle Owner’s Guide which contains more detailed
information concerning the features of your vehicle, as well as
important safety warnings designed to help reduce the risk
of injury to you and your occupants. Please read your entire
Owner’s Guide carefully as you begin learning about your
new Escape and refer to the appropriate sections when
questions arise.
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Volume/Power Control – Press the
control to turn the audio system on or
off. Turn the control to raise or lower
volume. If the volume is set above a
certain level and the ignition is turned
off, the volume will come back on at a
"nominal" listening level when the
ignition switch is turned back on.
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AM/FM Select – In radio mode, press
to select AM or FM frequency bands. In
tape or CD mode, press to stop play
and begin radio play.
Seek Function – In radio mode, press to
find the next receivable station up or
down the band. In tape mode, press to
move to the next/previous selection on
the tape. In CD mode, press to select
the next/previous track of the disc.
Scan Function – In radio mode, press
to hear a sampling of all receivable
stations. In tape or CD mode, press
to hear a brief sampling of all
selections. Press the control again
to stop the scan mode.
Tune Adjust – In radio mode, press to
move to the next frequency up or
down the band.
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Tape/CD Select – To begin tape play
while in radio or CD mode, press the
tape control. To begin CD play, press
the CD control. Press the CD control
again to toggle between single CD
and CD changer play (if equipped).
Autoset Memory Preset – Select AM,
FM1, or FM2 band, then press AUTO to
activate autoset memory preset, which
allows you to set strong radio stations
without losing your original manually
set preset stations. Press again to
deactivate autoset.
Setting the Clock – Press and hold CLK
and then press SEEK to set the hour.
Press and hold CLK and then press
TUNE to set the minute.
Select – press to adjust sound output
and distribution after selecting BASS,
TREB, BAL or FADE.
Setting Memory Preset Stations –
Select AM, FM1 or FM2 band, then
select a station. Next, press and hold a
control until the sound returns.
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Temperature Selection – To control
the temperature for the driver and
passenger, select the desired
temperature by pressing the driver’s
or passenger’s temperature controls.
Outside Temperature – Press to display
the outside air temperature. Press
again to disengage.
Automatic Operation – In this mode,
the system will automatically determine
fan speed and airflow location to
achieve the temperature selected.
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A/C Control – Press to manually
enable or disable the air conditioning
in all modes except Defrost and Floor
and Defrost.
Dual Operation – Press DUAL to
enable /disable the dual zone
temperature feature.
Manual Override Controls – When
pressed, these six controls will override
automatic operation. To return to
automatic operation, press AUTO.
To open the liftgate window, with
the liftgate unlocked, push the control
button on the right side under the
license plate lamp shield, or press the
control on the remote entry key fob.
To lock the liftgate window and the
liftgate, use the power door locks or
press the door lock switch on the left
side of the cargo area.
The liftgate door and window should
be closed before driving. If not,
possible damage may occur to your
vehicle. Always close the liftgate
window before opening the liftgate.
The liftgate glass and the liftgate
should never be open at the same time.
Fuel Tank Capacity – Your vehicle’s fuel tank can accommodate 85.2L (22.5 gallons) of gasoline.
Your vehicle is designed to use "Regular" unleaded gasoline with pump (R+M)/2 octane
rating of 87 for optimum performance. The use of gasoline with lower octane ratings may
degrade performance.
Tire Pressure – Your tire pressure is properly set at the dealership according to the
recommended specifications found on the Certification Label located on the front door latch
pillar on the driver’s side and the Tire Information Label located on the inside of the fuel filler
door. Please check your tire pressure during routine maintenance and seasonal changes.
Warning: Improperly inflated tires can affect vehicle handling and can fail suddenly, possibly
resulting in loss of vehicle control.
Fuses – If electrical components in the vehicle are not working, a fuse may have blown. For more
information about changing a fuse, please consult your Owner’s Guide.
Fuel Pump Shut-Off Switch – After a collision, if the engine cranks but does not start, the fuel
pump shut-off switch may have to be reset. The switch is located in the passenger’s foot well, by
the kick panel. For complete details on resetting the switch, please consult your Owner’s Guide.
Changing the Tires – If you get a flat tire while driving, do not apply the brake heavily. Instead,
gradually decrease your speed. Hold the steering wheel firmly and slowly move to a safe place
on the side of the road. The spare is identical to the other tires on your vehicle, although the
wheel will not match.
Location of the Spare Tire and Tools
Item
Location
Spare Tire
Under the vehicle, just in front of the rear bumper
Spare Tire Winch Drive Nut
At the rear center of the cargo area under a lid
Jack, Lug Nut Wrench,
Jack Handle, and Wheel Chock
Behind the rear seat, under the carpeted floor
lid in the cargo floor
Roadside Emergencies – To fully assist if you should have a vehicle concern, Ford Motor
Company offers a complimentary roadside assistance program. This program is separate from the
New Vehicle Limited Warranty. The service is available: 24 hours, seven days a week for the Basic
Warranty period (Canada) or New Vehicle Limited Warranty period (U.S.) of three years or 60,000
km (36,000 miles). Roadside assistance will cover:
Changing a flat tire
Lock-out assistance
Jump-starts
Towing of your vehicle
Limited fuel delivery
Roadside Assistance Centers
Country
Phone Number
United States
(800) 241-3673
Canada
(800) 665-2006
For complete details on any roadside assistance concern, see the Roadside Emergencies section
or the Customer Assistance section in your Owner’s Guide.
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From the rugged exterior styling to the bountiful
amenities, every No Boundaries vehicle is equipped to help you
enter the next territory. In order to help you fully appreciate
the countless features of your new Explorer, we
invite you to explore this easy-to-use Quick Reference Guide.
Using the image of the instrument panel located
in the center of the guide, locate the feature you
would like to learn more about.
Each numbered feature is briefly described to the
left of the instrument panel image. For more
information, please consult your Owner’s Guide.
Headlamp and Panel Dimmer Control
Rotate clockwise
to the first
position to turn
on the parking
lamps. Rotate to
the second position to also turn on the
headlamps. Rotate counterclockwise to
activate autolamp, which provides
light-sensitive automatic on-off control
of the exterior lights and keeps the
lights on for 20 seconds after the ignition
is turned OFF.
When the control is in any position except
high beams or off, pull the control toward
you to activate the foglamps (if equipped).
Use the instrument panel dimmer
control, which is located to the right of
the headlamp control, to adjust the
brightness of the instrument panel during
headlamp and parklamp operation.
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Turn Signal and Wiper/Washer Control
For front-wiper operation, rotate the
ring on the left to the desired interval,
low- or high-speed position. When in the
intermittent position, rotate the control
up for fast and down for slow intervals. In
addition, the speed-sensitive front wipers
automatically adjust as the vehicle’s
speed changes when the control is set
for intermittent operation. Push the end
of the stalk briefly for a single wipe
(no wash). Push and hold for three
swipes with wash. The ring on the right
operates the rear-window wiper. Rotate the
control to the normal-speed (INT 2),
intermittent (INT 1), or washer position.
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ABS Warning Lamp
Illuminates briefly when the ignition
is turned to the ON position. In an
emergency, apply continuous force
on the brake pedal when braking
on slippery surfaces - do not pump your
brakes. Any pulsation or noise you may feel or
hear under these braking conditions is normal.
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Hazard Flasher Control
Press to activate all hazard flashers
simultaneously in an emergency to warn
traffic of vehicle breakdown, approaching
danger, etc. Press the control again to turn
the flashers off. The hazard flashers can be
operated when the ignition is off.
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Service Engine Soon Lamp
Illuminates briefly to ensure the
system is functional. If it
illuminates while driving, it can
mean that one of the engine’s
emission systems has failed or
that your fuel cap is not properly installed.
A loose fuel cap can cause the “Check Fuel
Cap” lamp to illuminate or create a “Check
Fuel Cap” warning message in the optional
message center. These warnings reset once the
cap is tightened and your vehicle is driven a
short distance. To prevent activation of these
warning systems, always secure your fuel cap
by turning it clockwise 1/8 of a turn until it
stops.
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Gearshift/Overdrive Control
Overdrive is the normal drive position for the
best fuel economy. Only deactivate (OFF)
overdrive when: driving with a heavy load,
towing a trailer up or down steep hills, or
when additional engine braking is desired.
To deactivate, press the switch located on
the end of the gearshift lever. When the
battery is disconnected or a new battery is
installed, the engine must relearn its idle and
fuel trim strategy. Therefore, the transmission
may shift firmly. This is considered normal
and will not affect function or durability.
For more information, please consult your
Owner’s Guide.
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Message Center
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Please see Additional Features for more details.
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(if equipped)
Please see reverse side for more details.
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In-Dash Six-CD Radio
(if equipped)
Please see reverse side for more details.
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Control-Trac Four-Wheel Drive Control
(if equipped)
4X4 Auto automatically delivers full
power to the rear axle and to the
front axle as required for increased
traction. This is appropriate for
normal on-road driving. 4X4 High
provides four-wheel drive with
full power to all four wheels. 4X4
Low provides four-wheel drive
with full power to both axles
and includes a lower gear ratio
for low speed. 4X4 High and 4X4
Low should not be used on dry or merely
wet pavement.
To shift between 4X4 Auto and 4X4 High,
press either button at a stop, or while
driving at any speed. To shift to and from
4X4 Low, bring the vehicle to a stop and
keep the brake pedal depressed. Next, place
the gearshift in N (Neutral), then press
the 4X4 Low control, or press 4X4 Auto or
4X4 High if you are in the 4X4 Low mode.
When shifting from one four-wheel drive
position to the next, a mechanical noise
may be heard. This is normal and no service
should be required.
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Climate Control System
(if equipped)
Please see reverse side for more details.
(if equipped)
Press and hold the rocker control to
adjust the accelerator and brake
pedal toward you or away from you.
Adjust the pedals only when the
vehicle is stopped and the gearshift
lever is in the P (Park) position.
(if equipped)
Premium Cassette/Single CD Radio
Power Adjustable Foot Pedals
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Speed Control
Turn Signal and
Wiper/Washer
Control
Headlamp and
Panel Dimmer
Control
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4 ABS Warning
Lamp
Service Engine
Soon Lamp
5 Hazard
Flasher Control
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Gearshift/
Overdrive
Control
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8 Message
Center
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(if equipped)
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Remote Entry System
Audio
Systems
Press this control
once to unlock the
driver’s door, and
twice to unlock all
doors and liftgate.
The optional
memory seat feature will automatically move the driver’s seat to
the desired memory position when
this control is pressed once. Please
consult your Owner’s Guide for
complete details on activating/
deactivating the memory seat feature.
To operate, the speed control
must be ON and the vehicle’s
speed must be at or above 48
km/h (30 mph). To set a speed,
press SET +. To set a higher
speed, press SET + again. To set
a lower speed, press COAST/CST -.
Pressing RES will return to a
previously set speed. To turn the
speed control off, press OFF, or
depress the brake pedal to disengage.
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Press this control once to lock all
doors and liftgate. Pressing the
control a second time will chirp the
horn and flash the lights to confirm
that all doors are closed and locked.
Reverse Sensing System (RSS)
(if equipped)
The RSS sounds a tone to warn the driver of
obstacles near the rear bumper when the R
(Reverse) gear is selected. The system detects
obstacles within approximately 2 meters
(6 ft.) behind the rear bumper, or near the
rear periphery, while the vehicle moves in
reverse at speeds less than 5 km/h (3 mph).
The system defaults to ON, but the RSS
control allows you to disable the system
when the ignition is ON, and the gear
selector is in R (Reverse).
Press this control to unlatch the
liftgate window.
Press this control to activate the
panic alarm. To deactivate, press the
control again, or turn the ignition
to ACC or ON.
The RSS may not detect small objects,
particularly those close to the ground. The
system may also operate incorrectly under
inclement weather conditions, especially if
the rear bumper sensors are covered with
dirt, snow, or ice.
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Brake Release
Pull the release lever (rearward) to release
the parking brake. To set the parking brake,
press the parking brake pedal down until the
pedal stops. The BRAKE warning lamp in the
instrument cluster will illuminate (when the
ignition is turned ON).
Brake 16
Release
13 Power Adjustable
Foot Pedals
15 Reverse Sensing
System (RSS)
(if equipped)
(if equipped)
14 Speed
Control
Climate 12
Control
System
(if equipped)
11 Control-Trac
Four-Wheel
Drive Control
(if equipped)
If your vehicle should become stuck, try
switching the system off by pressing the
AdvanceTrac button on the center console.
When the system is functioning, a yellow
icon will flash.
Message Center
(if equipped)
The message center displays
important vehicle information
through a constant monitor of
vehicle systems (with the
ignition in the ON position).
The system will notify you of
potential vehicle problems with
a display of system warnings
followed by a long indicator
chime. You may select display
features on the message center
by pressing the INFO or SETUP
button. The RESET button may be used
to reset select functions in the Info and
Setup menus.
For complete details on the message
center display features, please consult
your Owner’s Guide.
Heated Front Seats
(if equipped)
Please note: When the key is removed from
the ignition, the easy entry/exit feature (if
equipped) automatically moves the driver’s
seat backwards slightly (if room is available).
It will automatically move the seat forward
to the original position when the key is
inserted into the ignition.
Push the control located
on the outboard side of
the front seat cushion to
activate the heated seats.
The heated seat icon in the
climate control system will illuminate.
Push again to deactivate.
AdvanceTracTM System
Homelink Universal Transceiver
(if equipped)
By monitoring vehicle speed,
yaw, lateral acceleration,
and intended direction, the
AdvanceTrac system provides
enhanced traction and stability
on slippery surfaces, or in emergency
maneuvers. The system defaults to on;
however, if equipped with four-wheel drive,
the stability control does not function in 4L.
(if equipped)
This three-button control, located on the
overhead console, is a convenient way to
replace up to three hand-held transmitters.
The control can be programmed to operate
garage doors, entry gates, security systems,
entry door locks, and home or office lighting. For more information, please consult
your Owner’s Guide.