Ford 2007 Escape Automobile User Manual

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contained in this
Ford Quick
Reference Guide
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
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for the most
current information.
For detailed
operating and
safety information,
please see your
Owner’s Guide.
May 2006
First Printing
Quick Reference
Guide
Ford Fusion
Litho in U.S.A.
ESSENTIAL
INFORMATION
FUEL TYPE AND TANK CAPACITY
FUEL PUMP SHUT-OFF SWITCH
Your fuel tank can accommodate approximately
17.5 gallons (66.2 L) of gasoline. Your vehicle
is designed to use unleaded gasoline with
an (R+M)/2 octane rating of 87. Using
gasoline with a lower octane rating may
degrade performance.
The fuel pump shut-off switch stops the electric
fuel pump from sending fuel to your engine
when your vehicle has sustained a substantial
jolt. The switch is located in the passenger’s
footwell, by the kick panel. For more information
regarding the fuel pump shut-off switch, refer
to the Roadside Emergencies chapter of your
Owner’s Guide.
TIRE PRESSURE
Your vehicle’s tire
pressure specifications are found on the
vehicle’s Safety Compliance Certification Label
located on the driver’s door jamb. Check your
tires for proper air pressure monthly; Use a tire
gauge to check the tire inflation pressure,
including the spare tire (if equipped), at least
monthly and before long trips. Always use an
accurate tire pressure gauge. Check the tire
pressure when tires are cold, after the vehicle
has been parked for at least three hours or has
been driven less than three miles. (As you drive,
the temperature in the tire warms up,
increasing the tire pressure.) Improperly
inflated tires can affect vehicle handling and
can fail suddenly, resulting in a possible loss of
vehicle control. Refer to the Tires, Wheels and
Loading chapter in the Owner’s Guide for
further information.
FUSES
If the vehicle’s electrical components
are not operating, a fuse may have blown. The
fuse panel is located below the instrument
panel on the driver’s side; remove the cover to
view the fuses. Additional fuses are located in
the power distribution box in the engine
compartment. For more information regarding
changing fuses, refer to the Roadside
Emergencies chapter of your Owner’s Guide.
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LOCATION OF SPARE TIRE AND
TOOLS The spare tire and jack are located in
the trunk below the carpeted floor panel. The
necessary tools are contained in the tool bag.
For complete details on how to change your
tire, refer to the Roadside Emergencies chapter
in your Owner’s Guide.
ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE During
your Ford Fusion’s 3-year/36,000 mile limited
warranty period, the assurance and support of
a 24-hour emergency roadside assistance
program is included. Roadside assistance
includes such services as fuel delivery, tire
changes, jump starts, help when you are
locked out of your vehicle, and towing.
To receive roadside assistance in the United
States, call (800) 241-3673. In Canada,
call (800) 665-2006.
FEATURES
MOON ROOF
SECURILOCK™ The SecuriLock™
(if equipped)
The moon roof is equipped
with a one-touch, express
opening, closing, and
venting feature. To open
the moon roof, press and
release the rear portion of the control. To close
the moon roof, press and release the front
portion of the control. To stop motion at any
time during the one-touch operation, press
the control a second time.
passive anti-theft system is an engine
immobilization system. This system is
designed to help prevent the engine from
being started unless a coded Integrated
Keyhead Transmitter (IKT) programmed to
your vehicle is used. Using the wrong type of
coded key may lead to a “no start” condition.
The anti-theft indicator
in the instrument
cluster will flash to indicate the SecuriLock
system is functioning as a theft deterrent
when the ignition is turned off.
INTEGRATED
KEYHEAD /
KEYFOB
TRANSMITTER
AUTOLOCK/AUTO-UNLOCK
(IKT)
Your vehicle comes
equipped with two
specially programmed
Integrated Keyhead
Transmitters (IKTs).
IKTs are both a programmed ignition key and
a remote keyless entry transmitter. Handle the
IKT carefully when starting the car to avoid
accidentally pressing any of the remote
entry buttons.
Press
once to unlock the driver’s door.
The interior lamps will illuminate. Press
twice to unlock all the doors. Press
once
to lock all the doors and activate the
perimeter alarm system (if equipped).
Press twice to confirm all the doors and
trunk are closed. The horn will chirp and the
turn signal lamps will flash once if all the doors
and the trunk are closed. Press and hold
for 1.5 seconds to activate the panic alarm.
(A short press and release can be used to
deactivate the panic alarm.) Press
twice
within 3 seconds to open the trunk. Ensure that
you keep the IKT adhesive security label in a
safe place for future reference.
AUDIO
SYSTEM
Premium/Audiophile AM/FM Stereo In-Dash Six CD/MP3 Sound System (if equipped)
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Your vehicle may have a slide on rod feature
that provides additional sunlight coverage.
Rotate the visor towards the side window
and extend it rearward. Note: The visor must
be retracted before moving it back towards
the windshield.
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OCCUPANCY MODE*: Use / to select and
optimize sound for ALL SEATS, DRIVERS SEAT or
REAR SEATS.
VISORS
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BELTMINDER0
Both rear seats can be folded down for
dditional cargo space. Pull the release handle
located inside the trunk to fold down the seat.
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2. TEXT/SCAN: Press and hold for a brief
sampling of radio stations or CD tracks. Press
again to stop. In CD/MP3 mode, press TEXT to
display track title, artist name and disc title.
REAR SEAT RELEASE
Electronic Automatic Temperature Control System (EATC) (if equipped)
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(if equipped)
Autolock automatically locks all vehicle doors
when all the doors are closed, the ignition is
in the RUN position, you shift into any gear
that puts the vehicle into motion, and the
vehicle is moving above 12 mph (20 km/h).
Auto-unlock automatically unlocks all the
doors when the vehicle has been traveling
above 12 mph (20 km/h), comes to a complete
stop, and the driver door is opened within 10
minutes of the ignition being turned off. Note:
For instructions on disabling autolock, please
refer to your Owner’s Guide or see your
authorized dealer.
The BeltMinderJ is a supplemental warning
system which intermittently chimes to alert
the driver and passenger if their safety belts
are not fastened. For further information,
please refer to your Owner’s Guide.
CLIMATE
CONTROL
1. TUNE/DISC SELECTOR: Press and release to
manually advance up/down the radio frequency or to
access the next/previous disc. Also used to make
selections within the MENU function.
3. MENU: Press to toggle through:
TO SET THE CLOCK (if not equipped with an in-dash
clock): Press MENU until SET HOUR and SET
MINUTES is displayed. Press / to set the time.
SPEED SENSITIVE VOLUME: Radio volume automatically changes slightly with vehicle speed to
compensate for road and wind noise.
Recommended level is 1-3. SPEED OFF turns the
feature off and level 7 is the maximum setting.
When the vehicle is stopped, volume is
significantly lowered.
RBDS – Radio Broadcast Data System (if equipped):
In FM mode, this feature allows you to search for
certain categories of music or announcements.
For more information please refer to your
Owner’s Guide.
TRACK/FOLDER MODE: Available on MP3 discs in
CD mode only. Press / to toggle between Track and
Folder mode. In track mode, press SEEK to scroll
through all tracks on the disc. In folder mode,
press SEEK to scroll through all tracks within the
selected folder.
Please refer to your Owner’s Guide for information
regarding the Autoset and Compression
Menu features.
4. MUTE: Press to mute the playing media. Press
again to return to the playing media.
SATELLITE RADIO CONTROLS (if equipped)
5. AUX: Press repeatedly to cycle through SAT1,
SAT2, SAT3 (satellite radio mode if equipped) or
LINE IN (auxiliary audio mode). Once Satellite
Radio mode is activated you may use the
following functions:
Press MENU until CATEGORY MODE appears in
the display. Press / to select from various
categories of music (country, rock, etc.) and press
and hold SEEK or TEXT/SCAN to search for
channels playing that specific category of music.
Press SEEK to access the previous/next
channels. Press and release TEXT/SCAN to
display the current song title. Press again to scroll
through current song title, artist, channel category
and the SIRIUS long channel name. Press and
hold for a brief sampling of the next channels.
Press again to stop.
6. SHUFFLE: Press to play all CD/MP3 tracks on
the current disc in random order.
*Available on Audiophile radios only.
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1. AUTO:
Press to activate automatic
temperature control. The system will
automatically determine fan speed, airflow
location, A/C (on or off) and outside or
recirculated air, to heat or cool the vehicle to
reach the desired temperature. Press again
to deactivate.
2. DEFROST: Distributes outside air
through the windshield defroster and demister
vents. Can be used to clear thin ice or fog from
the windshield.
3. REAR WINDOW DEFROSTER:
Press to clear the rear window of thin ice and
fog. Press again to deactivate. The defroster will
turn off automatically after 10 minutes. If your
vehicle is equipped with both a rear defroster
and heated mirrors, the same button will
activate both.
4. EXT: Press to display the outside air
temperature.
MANUAL OVERRIDE CONTROLS:
Allows you to manually determine where airflow
is directed. To return to fully automatic control,
press AUTO.
5. PANEL: Distributes air through the
instrument panel.
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6. PANEL / FLOOR: Distributes air
through the instrument panel registers and the
front and rear seat floor ducts.
7. FLOOR: Distributes air through the front
and rear seat floor ducts.
8. DEFROST / FLOOR: Distributes air
through the windshield defroster ducts, demister
outlets and the front and rear seat floor ducts.
9. MAX COOLING: Press Panel 5 ,
A/C 9 , recirculation control 10 , set
the temperature to 60°F (16°C) and set the
blower to the highest setting.
10. RECIRCULATION CONTROL:
Press to recirculate cabin air. Recirculated air
may reduce the amount of time needed to cool
down the interior of the vehicle and may also
help reduce undesirable odors from reaching
the interior of the vehicle. To reduce window
fogging, do not drive with the recirculated air
engaged and A/C off.
DRIVER/PASSENGER HEATED
SEATS: (if equipped) Press
once for high
heat (two lights), twice for low heat (one light)
and a third time to deactivate (no lights).
FORD
FUSION
QUICK
REFERENCE
GUIDE
2007
INSTRUMENT
PANEL
THE
NEW
DEFINITION
OF QUALITY
1. POWER OUTSIDE MIRRORS
Rotate the control clockwise to adjust the right mirror. Rotate the control counterclockwise to
adjust the left mirror. Move the control in the direction you wish to tilt the mirror. Return the
control to the center position to lock the mirrors in place.
2. HEADLAMPS, FOG LAMPS (if equipped)
& PANEL DIMMER CONTROL
Turn the control one position to the right
to turn on the parking lamps,
instrument panel lamps, license plate lamps and tail lamps. Turn the control
to the
position to turn on the headlamps. Turn the control to the
position to activate the autolamp feature (if equipped), which automatically
turns the exterior lamps on and off, based on available daylight. The system
also keeps the lights on for a short time after the ignition is turned off. Pull the control out to
activate the fog lamps. The fog lamp indicator light
will illuminate. The fog lamps will not operate
when the control is turned off or when the high beams are on. Use the panel dimmer control to
adjust the level of brightness on the instrument panel during parking lamp and headlamp operation.
Move the control to the full upright position, past the detent, to turn on the interior lamps.
Welcome to the new definition of quality – bold styling and great
driving dynamics combined. Ford Fusion’s sleek and athletic
lines assure heads will turn; just as the dynamic powertrain
assures a powerful yet effortless drive. From the sensuous,
modern interior to the available V6 engine that lies beneath the
hood, every component has been designed with you in mind.
Sporty, comfortable, and efficient, the Ford Fusion has it all.
This Quick Reference Guide will help you quickly get to know
the features of your new Ford Fusion. For more detailed
information, refer to your Owner’s Guide.
3. STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS (if equipped)
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Your steering wheel controls allow you to set and adjust vehicle speed, as
well as make adjustments in your audio and climate control systems. The
appearance of your vehicle’s speed control switches may vary according to
your option package. To set the speed control, ensure that the vehicle speed
is at least 30 mph. Press and release ON. Accelerate to the desired speed.
Press and release SET (+). The speed control indicator light
will illuminate
in the cluster. Remove your foot from the accelerator. Once set, press and
release (-) SET (+) to decrease or increase the speed in small increments.
Or, press and hold until you reach the desired speed. To disengage speed
control but not erase the previous set speed, press the brake pedal or
clutch pedal (if equipped). To disengage and erase the speed, press OFF.
Press – TEMP + to decrease / increase the cabin temperature.
Press – FAN + to decrease / increase fan speed.
Press – VOL + to decrease / increase audio volume.
Press MEDIA to select AM, FM1, FM2 or CD.
Press
to access the previous / next preset station or CD track.
4. TILT / TELESCOPIC STEERING WHEEL LEVER
Push the lever down to unlock the steering column. Move the steering wheel
up or down and in or out to find the desired position. While holding the
steering wheel in place, pull the lever up to lock the steering column.
5. MESSAGE CENTER (if equipped)
The message center displays important vehicle information through a constant
monitoring of vehicle systems. The message center displays features such as
trip odometer, compass (if equipped), distance to empty, average fuel economy,
and a language selector. The message center also provides vehicle system
checks and will notify you of potential vehicle problems with a display of
system warnings. For further information, please refer to your Owner’s Guide.
INFO:
Press to scroll through the following displays: Odometer, Trip Odometer A or B, Distance to
Empty, Average Fuel Economy, Average Speed, Compass (if equipped), and Trip elapsed
time 1 or 2.
RESET: Press to select and reset functions shown in the Info (Information) and Setup Menu.
SETUP: Press to scroll through: System Check, Units (English/Metric), Language (English, Spanish,
or French).
6. IN-DASH CLOCK (if equipped)
Press + to advance the time. Press – to reverse the time.
7. HAZARD FLASHER CONTROL
Push in the flasher control and all front and rear direction signals will flash. Press the flasher
control again to turn them off. Use it when your vehicle is disabled and is creating a safety hazard
for other motorists.
8. PASSENGER AIRBAG OFF
Your vehicle has a safety feature which automatically knows when to engage or disengage the
passenger airbag. When the system senses no weight or light to medium weight (such as a heavy
binder or suitcase), in the front passenger seat, the PASS AIRBAG OFF indicator lamp (located
above the radio) will illuminate, signifying the passenger airbag is not engaged.
9. GLOVE BOX CD STORAGE
Your vehicle is equipped with a special area for your CD storage. It is located inside the glove
box, to the right of the main bin.
AUXILIARY POWER POINT
The auxiliary power point is located inside the center console utility compartment.
Note: Do not use the power point over the capacity of 12VDC/180W.
AUXILIARY INPUT JACK (if equipped)
Your vehicle may be equipped with an Auxiliary Input Jack (AIJ) located inside the
console bin. This allows you to plug and play auxiliary audio devices. Press AUX
repeatedly on your audio system to access. When LINE IN appears in the display,
plug in your auxiliary audio device. For more detailed information, please refer to
your Owner’s Guide.
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1. Check Engine Light
The Check Engine light
illuminates briefly when the
ignition is turned on. If it
remains on or is blinking
after the engine is started,
the On Board Diagnostics
System (OBD-II) has detected
a malfunction. Drive in
a moderate fashion and
have your vehicle serviced
immediately by an
authorized dealer.
2. Anti-lock Brake System
(ABS) Warning Light
(if equipped) The ABS light
illuminates briefly when the
ignition is turned on. If the
ABS light remains on or
flashes after the engine is
started, have the system
serviced immediately by your
authorized dealer. Normal
braking (less ABS) will still be
functional unless the brake
warning light is also
illuminated. Note: It is normal to feel a pedal pulsation
or hear a slight noise when
the ABS system is activated
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3. Airbag Readiness Light
The airbag readiness light
illuminates briefly when the
ignition is turned on. If this
light remains on or continues
to flash after the engine is
started, have the system
serviced immediately by your
authorized dealer. A chime
will also sound if a malfunction in the supplemental
restraint system is detected.
4. Brake System Warning
Light The brake system
warning light illuminates
briefly when the ignition is
turned on. This light will
remain on when the parking
brake is applied and the
ignition is on. If this light
remains on after releasing
the parking brake, this
indicates a low brake fluid
level or a brake system
malfunction. Have the brake
system inspected immediately
by an authorized dealer.
5. Check Fuel Cap Light
This light illuminates when
the fuel cap may not be
properly installed. If you
continue to drive with this
light illuminated, the Check
Engine Indicator light may
come on.
6. Throttle Control /
Transmission Light This light
illuminates when a powertrain
or AWD fault has been detected. Contact an authorized
dealer as soon as possible.
7. Traction Control™ Light
(if equipped) This light
illuminates when the
Traction Control™ is active.
If the light remains on,
have the system serviced
immediately by an
authorized dealer.