Aria - Tata Motors Service

TA
TA ARIA
TAT
OWNER’S MANUAL & SERVICE BOOK
This owner’s manual is advised to be kept in the vehicle at all the times.
Passenger Vehicle Business Unit
• Mumbai • Pune •
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NOTE
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Should any question or query exist regarding any aspect of your vehicle, please contact the nearest TATA
MOTORS dealer, who will be pleased to assist you.
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The recommended routine maintenance servicing along with any running repairs that may be required,
should be entrusted to TATA MOTORS dealership or to TATA Authorised Service centres (TASCS) or
TATA Authorised Service Points (TASPS) to ensure that only latest methods and genuine TATA MOTORS
replacement parts are used for the continued reliability, safety and performance of the vehicle.
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Some of the items / accessories / features shown / given in this book may not be fitted on your vehicle, but
they are applicable for other variants of TATA ARIA.
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Copyright 2014 TATA MOTORS
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All rights reserved. The material in this manual may not be reproduced or copied, in whole or in part, in any
form without written permission from TATA MOTORS.
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In the event of the Vehicle being sold, please ensure that this manual is left in the vehicle for the reference of
the new owner.
This owner's manual & service book includes information on the operation and maintenance of various
equipment installed on the different variants of TATA ARIA. Please note that this manual applies to all the
models and explains all equipment including options not installed on your vehicle.
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INTRODUCTION
FORWARD
Dear Customer,
Thank you for choosing TATA ARIA.
TATA ARIA is a crossover type of vehicle that has been built on a completely
new platform.
ARIA comes with TOD (Torque-On-Demand) transfercase. It automatically and
smoothly delivers four-wheel drive operation as and when the driving conditions
demand.
For enhanced safety of occupants, the ARIA has SRS (Air bag), ABS (Anti lock
Braking System), and ESP (Electronic Stability Program) in addition to having
disc brakes on all its four wheels. Advanced electronics are employed in the
ARIA to control its various functions. Infotainment System provided in the ARIA
is a source of both, information as well as entertainment to the passengers.
Reverse Parking Assist System helps in directing the car safely. The interiors
of the Aria are luxury personified with the soft touch dashboard having matching
trim colour.
Powering the ARIA is TATA MOTORS proven 2.2 Litre VARICOR Engine that
aids drivability, especially while tackling rough hard-hitting roads.
This book gives you all the information necessary for making your drive a
wonderful experience.
We wish you a safe and wonderful driving experience.
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INTRODUCTION
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CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE
INTRODUCTION
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
VALUE ADDED SERVICE
1 24X7 On Road Assistance
2 Extended Warranty
3 Anti-rust, Sound Deadening & Engine Waxing
4 Exterior & Interior Enrichment Program
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ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION
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WARRANTY-TERMS & CONDITIONS
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GETTING STARTED
1 E-Key and Remote Keyless Entry
2 Door Locking / Unlocking
3 Child Lock & Tail gate Opening / Closing
4 Steering Lock cum Ignition Switch
5 Seat & Seat Adjustments
6 Seat Belt
7 Rear View Mirrors - Inner & Outer
8 Steering Height Adjustment
9 4X2 & 4X4 Auto Mode Selection Switch
9 Head Light Controls
10 Power Windows
11 Dashboard
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DRIVING CONTROLS
1 Gear Shift Lever
2 Parking Brake
3 Combi-Switch
4 Instrument Cluster- Gauges & Indicators
5 Facia Switches
6 Steering Wheel Switches
7 HVAC - Manual & FATC
8 TFT Display
INTERIORS
1 Sun visors & Vanity Mirror
2 Grab Handle / Coat Hook
3 Goggle Case & Overhead Storage Bin
4 Cup Holders
5 Utility Pockets on Door Trims
6 Power Socket
7 Glove Box & Top Stowage Box
8 Interior Lamps
9 Music System-Speakers/Antenna/USB port
EXTERIORS
1 Head lamp
2 Fog Lamp
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3 Tail Lamp
4 Registration Plate Lamp
5 High Mounted Stop Lamp
6 Puddle Lamp / Door Lamp
7 Cargo Lamp
8 Reflex Reflectors
9 Fuel Flap Opening / Closing/Emergency
10 Bonnet Opening / Closing
SPECIAL FEATURES
1 Immobilizer
2 Air Bags (SRS)
3 ABS (Anti-lock Braking System)
4 ESP (Electronic Stability Program)
5 Cruise Control
6 TOD (Torque On Demand)
7 Rain and Light Sensor
7 Reverse Parking System
DRIVING
1 Safety Checks Before Driving
2 Driving Safety
3 Fuel Economy
4 Starting / Stopping & Parking
5 Running-In
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CONTENTS
6 Brakes & Braking
7 Driving In Adverse Condition
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
1 Advanced Warning Triangle / Jack / Tools
2 If You Have Flat Tyre
3 Jacking Points / Jack Location
4 Towing The Vehicle
5 Starting the engine with jump leads
6 Fuses & Relays
7 Bulb Specification
9 Head lamp bulb replacement
8 Tail lamp bulb replacement
9 Preliminary Trouble Shooting
MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE
1 Engine Compartment
2 Air Filter
3 Engine Oil Level Check
4 Engine Coolant Level Check
5 Brake Fluid Level Check
6 Power Steering Fluid Level Check
7 Windshield Washer Fluid Level Check
8 Turbocharger
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9 Intercooler
10 Catalytic Converter
11 Tyres
12 Battery
13 Window Glasses
14 Wiper
15 Vehicle Care
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
1 Fuel/Coolant & Lubricants
2 Technical Specification
3 Vehicle Dimensions
4 Chassis & Aggregate Numbering Locations
VEHICLE SERVICE
1 PDI Service
2 Service Schedule
3 Service Coupons
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INTRODUCTION
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THIS MANUAL
SAFETY AND VEHICLE DAMAGE WARNINGS
SAFETY SYMBOL
In this manual, you will see CAUTION and NOTICE
WARNINGS.
CAUTION
This is a warning. May cause injury to people if the warning
is ignored. You are informed what you must or must not do
in order to avoid or reduce the risk to yourself and other
people.
NOTICE
This is a warning. May cause damage to the vehicle or its
equipment if the warning is ignored. You are informed what
you must or must not do in order to avoid or reduce the
risk of damage to your vehicle and its equipment.
WARNING
Indicates a strong possibility of severe personal injury or
death if the instructions are not followed.
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In this manual, you will also see a circle with a slash. This
means "Do not", "Do not do this", or "Do not let this happen".
INTRODUCTION
VALUE ADDED SERVICES
Dear Customer,
It is our never ending responsibility and endeavor to ensure that our customer’s expectations are fulfilled
comprehensively. To fulfill your vehicle service needs, we recommend the following :
1) Extended Warranty
2) Anti Rust / Sound Deadening / Engine waxing treatment
3) Vehicle detailing programming : Exterior Enrichment and Interior Enrichment Program
These products shall help maintain optimum vehicle performance and shall enhance vehicle life.
We have tied up with best in the Class companies, who would bring you the above world class products at
affordable prices. The above products are available with all our Dealers, TASCs and TASPs.
Our Dealer Service marketing executive shall explain to you the benefits of the above mentioned products.
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VALUE ADDED SERVICES
24 x 7 ON ROAD ASSISTANCE
The 24X7 On Road Assistance Program shall be automatically available to your vehicle for the duration of Warranty
period. The program shall also be available, if you avail the
same post warranty.
Response Time ** for the On Road Assistance Program
Within City Limits
On State or National Highways
Ghat Roads and other places
Dear Customer,
It is our responsibility and our endeavour to ensure that you
have our complete service backup if ever, wherever and
whenever you need the same. When you have a road
network that spans wide area, the probability of a breakdown
happening within hailing distance of a TATA MOTORS
Authorized Workshop is very low. It is Precisely for this
reason, we have tied up with MyTVS, who will provide breakdown assistance including towing to the nearest TATA
MOTORS Authorized Workshop through their Authorized
Service Providers (ASP)
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60 minutes
90 minutes
120 minutes +/-
**(The response time will depend on the location, terrain,
traffic density and the time of the day.)
Standard procedure when calling for On Road
Assistance in case of a breakdown:
• Dial the toll free help line number – 1 800 209 7979
• Identify your vehicle with the Vehicle chassis number
that is available in the Owners Service manual.
• Explain your exact location with landmarks and tell us
about the problem you face with the vehicle.
• Park your vehicle on the edge of the road, open the
bonnet and put on the hazard warning signal.
• Place the advance warning triangle supplied with the
vehicle approx. 3 m from the vehicle in the direction of on
coming traffic.
VALUE ADDED SERVICES
24 x 7 ON ROAD ASSISTANCE
COVERAGE UNDER THE 24 X 7 ON ROAD ASSISTANCE
PROGRAM
I. The 24x7 On Road Assistance Program Service covers
the following services on your vehicle during warranty
period.
• Wheel change through spare wheel.
• Arrangement of fuel. (Fuel cost will be chargeable at actual
cost)
• Re-opening the vehicle in cases of key lock out.
• Rectification of electrical problems related to battery, fuses
etc.
• On spot repairs for complaints repairable at site.^
• Vehicle to vehicle towing or winching & towing for non
accident cases up to the nearest TATA MOTORS
authorized workshop. Towing charges at actual cost
beyond the same to be paid to the ASP in cash. (Any
ferry or toll charges levied in relation to the vehicle being
towed to be paid by the customers in actuals in cash).
For accident cases, towing charges to be borne by the
costomer.
II. The 24x7 On Road Assistance Program coverage on
availing the 24X7 policy, post warranty, i.e. upto maximum
of 6 instance of assistance in one year for both the plansBasic and Premium. In the premium plan, this includes 1
instance of towing upto the nearest TATA MOTORS
authorised workshop.
EXCLUSIONS
24x7 On Road Assistance Program does not apply to
• Cost of parts consumables and labour for such repairs
not covered under warranty*. These charges are to be
settled with ASP in cash.
• Toll or ferry charges paid by ASP in reaching to the
breakdown site to be settled with ASP in actuals in cash.
• Cases involving accident, fire, theft, vandalism, riots,
lightening, earthquake, windstorm, hail, tsunami, unusual
weather conditions, other acts of God, flood, etc.
• Vehicles that are unattended, un-registered,
impounded or abandoned.
• Breakdown/defects caused by misuse, abuse,
negligence, alterations or modifications made to the vehicle.
• Lack of maintenance as per the maintenance
schedule as detailed in the owner’s manual.
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VALUE ADDED SERVICES
• Cases involving racing, rallies, vehicle testing or
practice for such events..
DISCLAIMER :
• The service is not available in the some part of J&K and
in Union Territories of Andaman & Nicobar Islands and
Lakshwadeep.
• **The reach time is indicative & the actual reach time will
be conveyed by the call centre at the time of breakdown
call.
• The reach time can vary depending on the traffic density
& time of the day.
• The reach time indicated does not account for delays
due to but not limited to acts of God, laws, rules &
regulations for time being in force, orders of statutory or
Govt. authorities, industrial disputes, inclement weather,
heavy down pour, floods, storms, natural calamities, road
blocks due to accidents, general strife and law & order
conditions viz. fire, arson, riots, strikes, terrorist attacks,
war etc.
• ^ On spot repairs at breakdown site shall depend on nature
of complaints & will be as per the discretion of the ASP.
• *The decision for free of charge repairs will be as per the
warranty policy & procedures of TATA MOTORS LTD.
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24 x 7 ON ROAD ASSISTANCE
and as per the interpretation of the same by ASP. You will
be duly informed by the ASP & call centre for the change
applicable if any.
• All charges wherever applicable need to be settled directly
with the ASP.
24 x 7 ON ROAD ASSISTANCE
VALUE ADDED SERVICES
EXCLUSION OF LIABILITIES :
• Vehicles will be handled, repaired & towed as per the
customer’s risk & TATA MOTORS shall not be liable for
any damages / claims as a result of the same.
• It is understood that TATA MOTORS shall be under no
liability whatsoever in respect of any loss or
damage
arising directly or indirectly out of any delay in or non
delivery of, defect/deficiency in service/parts provided by
ASP.
• In case vehicle cannot be repaired on-site, customers
are advised to use the towing facility for taking their vehicle
to the nearest TATA MOTORS authorized workshop only.
In no condition will the vehicle be towed to any
unauthorized workshop. TATA MOTORS will not be
responsible for any repairs carried out in such
unauthorized workshop.
• Customer are advised to take acknowledgment from the
ASP for the list of accessories/extra fittings and other
belongings in the vehicle as well as the current condition
related to dents/scratches breakages of parts/fitments of
the vehicle at the time of ASP taking possession of the
vehicle & to verify these items when delivery is taken back
by them, Claim for loss of or damage to items, if any
should be taken up with ASP directly. TATA MOTORS
shall not be responsible for any such claims, damages/
loss or any deficiency of service of the ASP.
• Services entitled to the customers can be refused or
cancelled on account of abusive behaviour, fraudulent
representation, malicious intent and refusal to pay the
charges for any charges related services and spare parts
during service or on previous occasion on part of the
customer.
• On site repairs may be temporary in nature. The
completion of repairs does not certify the road
worthiness of the vehicle. The customer is advised to
ensure temporary repairs carried out onsite is followed
by permanent repairs at TATA MOTORS Authorized
Workshop at the earliest.
• Terms and conditions and service coverage,
exclusions etc. are subject to change without notice.
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VALUE ADDED SERVICES
EXTENDED WARRANTY
TATA MOTORS recommends the purchase of Extended its warranty program.
Coverage : Mechanical + Electrical + Emission
Benifits :
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Insures you against unforeseen break down repair bills.
Documentation is simple and hassle free.
Near cashless & speedy claim settlement.
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36 + 12 or 150000 kms whichever occurs first
Extended Warranty available in the dealership from where you have
purchased your vehicle. We strongly recommend purchase of Extended
Warranty at time of purchase of your vehicle. Surcharge applicable on
purchase of Extended Warranty after 90 days of purchase of vehicle. Extended
Warranty can be availed till 421 days from date of purchase of vehicle.
The Dealer Service Marketing Executive shall explain to you the Terms and
conditions, Coverage and Owner’s responsibility.
Extended Warranty Booklet & Cover Note :
The Extended Warranty booklet and cover note is the basis of the contract between TATA MOTORS LIMITED and the Owner of the vehicle
shown on the Extended Warranty booklet. The Customer to retain this booklet and the same to be produced to the dealer while claiming
benefits under Extended Warranty.
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VALUE ADDED SERVICES
EXTENDED WARRANTY
Note :
• The 12 month extended warranty does not follow the 36 month Manufacturer's warranty.
• The extended warranty comes into force once the manufacturer’s warranty expires e.g. after 36 Months.
• It is more restrictive as by the time it comes into force the vehicle is already 36 months old.
What is covered ?
• Mechanical / Emission / Electrical break down as defined in this warranty and confirmed by the dealer within the stipulated
terms and conditions.
• Tata Motors dealer shall either repair or replace any part found to be defective with a new part or an equivalent at no cost to
the owner for parts or labour.
• Such defective parts which have been replaced will become property of TATA MOTORS LIMITED.
• Comprehensive list of parts covered is mentioned in the page 9-12 of the Extended Warranty Booklet.
What is not covered ?
Please refer the Extended Warranty Booklet for details of the exclusion list.
Owner’s Responsibility :
• Proper use, maintenance and care of the vehicle in accordance with the instructions contained in the Owner’s Manual and
Service Booklet. The records of the same to be ensured in Owner’s Manual.
• Retention of maintenance service bills.
I / We have been explained the Terms and conditions, Coverage and Owner’s responsibility by the Dealer Service Marketing
Executive.
I wish to avail /
Customer’s Sign
Do not wish to avail extended warranty policy.
Dealer’s Sign
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VALUE ADDED SERVICES
ANTI-RUST, SOUND DEADENING & ENGINE WAXING
Why are Corrosion Protection Waxes necessary?
Corrosion is caused by:
Water / salt water acid rain & atmospheric fallouts.
Critical areas are:
Cavities: joints, crevices, spot welds, underbody
• Corrosion is the most important factor when we talk about the vehicle life. If you treat your car you can prolong the
life.
• It is very dangerous to drive around in a corroded car.
• The corrosion creeps onto the car from the inside and from the outside. The most dangerous kind of corrosion is
often not discovered until it is too late.
Benefits of Anti -Rust treatment :
• A professionally applied range of world class products offering real value to the new and used car customer.
• The treatment has been developed to withstand the harshest environmental and climatic conditions (rust.
Pollutants, stone and gravel impact, etc)
• Insulate cabin space from external noises.
• Expensive tin work and Denting / Painting avoided.
• Higher resale value for the car.
• Higher safety – uncorroded vehicle
• Upto 60 months warranty & 10 free checkups available
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VALUE ADDED SERVICES
Engine Wax Treatment :
Engine Wax is a beige coloured transparent lacquer coating on the engine compartment.
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Corrosion Prevention for the Engine compartment
Neat, clean and New Look to Engine compartment
No effect on MPFI vehicles
Engine wax can withstand upto 200 degrees temp
No need of cleaning the engine compartment with diesel once engine wax is sprayed
Life of over a year
Sound Deadening System :
Door vibration deadeners - These pads when stuck on the insides of the sheet metal increase sheet metal rigidity, reduce
vibrations and increase riding comfort.
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Used for reducing the sheet metal vibration in a vehicle.
Product to be used once in the life of the vehicle - Life Time Warranty
Effect is Life long i.e. until & unless pads are physically removed.
Negligible increase in Weight & hence no effect on fuel consumption.
Areas covered - four doors, rear quarter panels & dicky. In case of diesel vehicles, can be used in the bonnet.
TATA MOTORS has tied up with M/s Wuerth , M/s Autokrom, M/s 3M India Ltd & M/s Bardahl for these world class
treatment at affordable prices. These treatments are available in all authorized workshops. The Dealer Service Marketing
Executive will explain to you the benefits and terms and conditions of this treatment.
I / We have been explained the Benefits, Terms and conditions and the prices of these treatments by the Dealer Service Marketing
Executive
I wish to avail /
Do not wish to avail these treatment
Customer Signature
Dealer Signature
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EXTERIOR & INTERIOR ENRICHMENT PROGRAM
Vehicle Exterior Enrichment :
Why vehicles are painted?
• For Corrosion protection of the metal surfaces.
• Ease of application from other corrosion protection treatments.
• Cheaper than other corrosion protection methods eg.galvanizing, anodizing.
• For decoration and identification.
Various Environmental Hazards affecting paints :
• Environmental hazards: destroy your vehicle's finish.
• Even as your new vehicle rolls off the assembly line, the paint is not protected.
The enemy :
Ultraviolet Rays, Pollution, Tree Sap, Bird Droppings, Car Wash Chemicals, Road Salt, Acid Rain.
Benefits: Vehicle Exterior Enrichment
• Removal of medium scratches, orange peel, oxidation , dust nibs etc & swirl marks from painted surface.
• Restoration of original gloss levels UV protection after gloss is restored.
• Cleaning & dressing of tyres, Bumpers & all exterior plastic moldings/trims.
Tata Motors has tied up with M/s Autokrom, M/s 3M & M/s Wuerth for this world class treatment at affordable prices. This
treatment is available in all authorized workshops. The Dealer Service Marketing Executive will explain to you the benefits and
terms and conditions of this treatment.
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VALUE ADDED SERVICES
EXTERIOR & INTERIOR ENRICHMENT PROGRAM
Vehicle Interior Enrichment
Why protect your new car’s fabric interior ?
z Someone will soil your vehicle's fabric carpet or seats.
z A significant detractor from your vehicle's resale value.
z A permanent stain on your vehicle's interior fabric.
The enemy :
Drink Spills - Food Stains - Mud - Ultraviolet Rays Pets - Traffic
Benefits: Vehicle Interior Enrichment
z Removal of medium stains and dirt from all interior parts of the car i.e carpet, upholstery and roof lining.
z Cleaning of windshield and all windows (inside and outside)
z Dressing of all internal plastics (eg: door pad trims )and rubber parts.
z The treatment involves cleaning and dressing of All parts of the exposed interiors.
z Specialised protection for seat fabric from liquid spills.
Tata Motors has tied up with M/s Wuerth , M/s Autokrom & M/s 3M India Ltd for this world class treatment at affordable
prices. This treatment is available in all authorized workshops. The Dealer Service Marketing Executive will explain to you the
benefits and terms and conditions of this treatment.
I / We have been explained the Terms and conditions, Coverage and Owner’s responsibility by the Dealer Service Marketing
Executive.
I wish to avail /
Customer’s Sign
Do not wish to avail extended warranty
Dealer’s Sign
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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
TATA MOTORS is committed to produce
the vehicles using environ-mentally
sustainable technology. A number of
features have been incorporated in Tata
Motors passenger vehicles which have
been designed to ensure environmental
compatibility throughout the life cycle of the
vehicle. We would like to inform you that
your vehicle meets BS-IV emission
norms and this is being regularly
validated at the manufacturing stages.
As a user you too can protect the
environment by operating your vehicle in a
proactive manner. A lot depends on your
driving style and the way you main-tain your
car. We have given a few tips below for
your guidance.
DRIVING
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Avoid
frequent
accelerations.
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Do not carry any unnecessary weight
on the vehicle as it over loads the
engine.
and
violent
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Avoid using devices requiring high
power consumption during slow city
traffic condition.
Monitor the vehicle’s fuel consumption
regularly and if showing rising trend get
the vehicle immediately attended at the
Company’s Authorised Service Outlets.
Switch off the engine during long stops
at traffic jams or signals. If you need to
keep the engine running, avoid
unnecessary revving it up or stopping
and starting.
It is not necessary to rev up the engine
before turning it off as it unnecessarily
burns the fuel.
Shift to higher gears as soon as it is
possible. Use each gear upto 2/3rd of
it’s maximum engine speed. A chart
indicating gear shifting speeds is given
in this book.
MAINTENANCE
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Ensure
that
recommended
maintenance is carried out on the
vehicle regularly at the Authorised
Service Outlets.
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As soon as you see any leakages of oil
or fuel in the vehicle we recommend to
get it attended immediately.
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Use only recommended grades and
quantity of lubricants and clean/
uncontaminated and correct fuels.
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Get your vehicle checked for emission
periodically by authorised dealer.
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Ensure that fuel filter, oil filter and
breather are checked periodically and
replaced, if required,as recommended
by Tata Motors.
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Do not pour the used oils or coolants
into the sewage drains, garden soil or
open streams.Dispose the used filters
and batteries in compliance with the
current legislation.
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Do not allow unauthorised person to
tamper with engine settings or to carry
modifications on the vehicle.
4. All filters such as air, oil & fuel filters
(check periodically).
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Never allow the vehicle to run out of fuel.
6. EGR System & components.
Parts like brake liners, clutch disc
should be vacuum cleaned. Do not use
the compressed air for cleaning these
parts which may spread the dust in the
atmosphere.
7. Electrical connections
While carrying out the servicing or
repairs of your vehicle you should pay
keen attention to some of the
important engine aggregates and
wiring harness which greatly affect
emission. These components are :
1. Fuel injection equipments : pump,
rail,Injectors, Nozzles and high
pressure pipes.
2. Air Intake & Exhaust system especially
for leakages.
3. Cylinder head for valve leakage.
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5. Turbocharger.
8. ‘Service’ lamp continuously glows,
please take the vehicle to Service
Station.
9. Catalytic Convertor
10. EMS wiring harness i.e. electrical
connections to all sensors and
actuators.
This Owner’s manual contains further
information on driving precautions and
maintenance care leading to environment
protection. Please familiarise yourself with
these aspects before driving.
WARRANTY - TERMS & CONDITIONS
apply. However buyers of the vehicle
shall be entitled to, so far as permissible
by law, all such rights as we may have
against such parties under their
warranties in respect of such parts.
Our Dealers/TASC’s will assist the
purchaser in taking up the complaint
with the respective manufacturers and
their decision on the warranty will be
final.
We WARRANT each TATA ARIA vehicle
& parts thereof manufactured by us to be
free from defect in material and
workmanship, subject to the following
terms & conditions :
1.
This warranty shall be for 36 months
OR 1,00,000 kms, whichever is earlier
from the date of sale of the vehicle.
2.
Our obligation under this warranty shall
be limited to repairing or replacing, free
of charge, such parts of the vehicle
which, in our opinion, are defective, on
the vehicle being brought to us or to
our dealers within the warranty period.
The parts so repaired or replaced shall
also be warranted for quality and
workmanship but such warranty shall
be co-terminus with this original
warranty.
3.
Any part which is found to be defective
and is replaced by us under the
warranty shall be our property.
4.
As for such parts as tyres, batteries,
infotainment system, electrical
equipment and fuel injection equipment,
not manufactured by us but supplied by
other parties, this warranty shall not
5.
This warranty shall not apply if the
vehicle or any part thereof is repaired
or altered otherwise than in accordance
with our standard repair procedure, or
by any person other than our sales or
service establishments, our authorised
dealers or service centres or service
points in any way so as, in our
judgement which shall be final and
binding, to effect its reliability, nor shall
it apply if, in our opinion which shall be
final and binding the vehicle is
subjected to misuse, negligence,
improper or inadequate maintenance or
accident or loading in excess of such
carrying capacity as certified by us, or
such services as prescribed in our
Owner’s Manual and Service Book are
not carried out by the buyer through our
sales or service establishments, our
authorised dealers or service centres
or service points.
6.
This warranty shall not cover normal
wear and tear or any inherent normal
deterioration of the vehicle or any of its
parts arising from the actual use of the
vehicle or any damage due to negligent
or improper operation or storage of the
vehicle. This warranty shall not apply
to normal maintenance services viz.
oils & fluid changes, head lamps
focussing, fastener retightening, wheel
balancing, tyre rotation, adjustment of
valve clearance, fuel timing, ignition
timing and consumables like bulbs, fuel
filters and oil filters etc. This warranty
shall not apply to any damage or
deterioration
caused
by
environmental pollution or bird
droppings. This warranty shall not
apply to V-belts, rubber parts, hoses
and gas leaks in case of air
conditioned
vehicle.
Slight
irregularities not recognised as
affecting the function or quality of the
vehicle or parts such as slight noise
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or vibration and defects appearing
only under particular or irregular
operations or items considered
characteristic of the vehicle.
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This warranty shall be null and void
if the vehicle is subjected to
abnormal use such as rallying,
racing or participation in any other
competitive sports. This warranty
shall not apply to any repairs or
replacement as a result of accident
or collision.
This warranty is expressly in lieu of
all warranties, whether by law or
otherwise, expressed or implied, and
all other obligations or liabilities on
our part and we neither assume nor
authorise any person to assume on
our behalf, any other liability arising
from the sale of the vehicle or any
agreement in relation thereto.
The buyer shall have no other rights
except those set out above and have,
particular, no right to repudiate the
sale, or any agreement or to claim
any reduction in the purchase price
of the vehicle, or to demand any
damages or compensation for
losses, incidental or indirect, or
inconvenience or consequential
damages, loss of vehicle, or loss of
time, otherwise, incurred or accrued.
10. Any claim arising from this warranty
shall be recognised only if it is
notified in writing to us or to our
concerned dealer without any delay
soon after such defect as observed
and ascertained under this warranty.
11. This warranty shall stand terminated
if the vehicle is transferred or
otherwise alienated by the buyer
without our prior written consent.
12. We reserve our rights to make any
change or modification in the design
of the vehicle or its parts or to
introduce any improvement therein or
to incorporate in the vehicle any
additional part or accessory at any
time without incurring any obligation
to incorporate the same in the
vehicles previously sold.
GETTING STARTED
REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY
REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY (RKE) :
UNLOCK LOCK
APPROACH
LIGHT
Your car is equipped with a Remote
Keyless Entry (RKE) function.
The three buttons on ignition key are:
1) Unlock (To unlock the vehicle)
2) Approach / vehicle search Light
3) Lock (To lock the vehicle)
NOTE
• Do not leave your key inside the
vehicle.
• The LED on the transmitter will flash
to show that the E-Key is working.
• The operating of the E-Key’s
transmitter will vary due to
environmental conditions.
Unlock :
Press once to unlock driver door & fuel
flap. To open all doors including tailgate,
press twice.
Lock :
Press once to lock all doors including
tail gate and fuel flap.
Approach light :
When you want to search your vehicle,
press approach light button on the key.
The dip / Low beam, parking lamp and
all interior lights of your vehicle will be
switched ON.
If you press the approach button again
or if you switch the ignition ‘ON’
immediately, the lights are switched
‘OFF’.
In the absence of the above conditions,
the lights go ‘OFF’ after approximately
30 seconds.
NOTE
If any of the E-Keys are lost, contact
an authorised Tata dealer as soon as
possible to de-activate the lost key.
Please note that spare original E-Key
is required when making an additional
E-Key.
If both the E-Keys are lost, please
contact an authorised Tata dealer.
Changing E-Key Battery :
E- key after opening up of back screw
Low Battery Voltage status can be
observed by User:
a) Considerable reduction in the range
of Remote
b) LED on the Remote start to blink at
faster rate when a button is pressed.
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GETTING STARTED
OPENING AND CLOSING DOOR
DOOR LOCKING / UNLOCKING
Locking without a key from inside:
Front Doors (Driver and Co-driver):
Locking / unlocking doors with key
from outside:
Both front doors (drivers and co-driver)
have separate locking facility. Front
doors can be locked or unlocked from
outside using the E-key.
Insert the E-key and turn it anticlockwise to open or clockwise to lock
the door. Pull the door handle to open
an unlocked door.
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LOCK SWITCH : This switch is
provided to lock the doors.
By pressing the lock button all the doors
can be locked.
UNLOCK SWITCH : This switch
is provided to unlock the doors.
By pressing the unlock button all the
doors can be unlocked.
Opening the doors from inside:
All the doors can also be locked or
unlocked independently from inside by
pressing or pulling the knob. Press to
lock and Pull to unlock.
CAUTION
When locking doors this way, do not
leave the key inside the vehicle.
You can also lock and unlock all the
doors by the lock and unlock switches
provided on the facia.
All doors can be opened from inside. To
open, pull the door opening lever.
NOTE
Do not leave the key inside the vehicle
while closing the door.
GETTING STARTED
DOOR LOCKING / UNLOCKING
Child lock:
Tail gate Locking / Unlocking:
1
2
LH DOOR RH DOOR
Both the rear doors of the car are
provided with a child lock. Push the lock
lever located on vertical face of the door
near the lock downward before closing
the door. The door which has been
locked by activating the child lock
cannot be opened from inside, it can
be opened only from the outside.
CAUTION
Deactivate the child lock when not
required.
1. Location of door handle
The tail gate can be opened only from
outside once the vehicle is unlocked.
To unlock the vehicle, press the
“UNLOCK” button twice on the RKE
(Remote Keyless Entry) key. Once the
vehicle is unlocked, pull the door handle
(1) below the chrome garish on the tail
gate. For locking the tail gate, press the
“LOCK” button on the RKE key.
2. Location of tailgate lock
NOTE
Do not slam the tailgate. close
smoothly for better performance.
A seperate lock (2) is also provided on
the tailgate. It can be operated by RKE
key.
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GETTING STARTED
Steering Lock and Ignition Switch :
Steering lock cum ignition switch is
located on the right hand side of the
steering column.
The key of ignition switch is common
for door lock, steering lock and glove
box lock. It has four positions. Turn the
key clockwise to operate the below
functions :
LOCK - Steering Locked
ACC
- Accessories ‘ON’
ON
- All electricals ‘ON’
START - Engine crank
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STEERING LOCK CUM IGNITION SWITCH
NOTE
Illuminated key ring
To assist you to locate your vehicle’s
ignition switch in the dark, the steering
lock cum ignition switch comes with
an illuminated key ring. When you
open the driver’s door, the illuminated
key ring comes ‘ON’ and dims out
when the door is closed after 60
seconds (similar to cabin lights).
LOCK:
You can insert or remove the key only
in this position. The steering column is
locked when the key is removed.
CAUTION
Do not remove the key while driving.
It will lock the steering and can cause
loss of control. Remove the key only
when the vehicle is parked.
ACC (Accessories ‘ON’):
When ignition key is turned to ‘ACC’
position, accessories like music system
are switched ‘ON’.
The engine can be turned ‘OFF’ without
locking steering wheel by turning to
‘ACC’ position from ‘ON’ position.
ON:
In this position, all the electricals and
accessories comes ‘ON’.
STARTING THE ENGINE:
• Ensure that the vehicle is in Neutral
gear for safe starting.
• Do not press the accelerator pedal.
• Wait till glow plug indicator goes OFF
• Keep the clutch pedal fully pressed
and crank the engine. Release the
key as soon as engine starts. While
cranking, all accessories will be
momentarily ‘OFF’.
NOTE
The Starter Protection System fitted in
this vehicle does not allow you to crank
the engine until you fully press the
clutch pedal.
GETTING STARTED
SEATS & SEAT ADJUSTMENTS
SEATS :
Front Seats:
4
1
1. Seat Back Recliner:
2. Seat Height Adjustment (Only for
Driver’s Seat ):
2
3
1. Seat Back Recliner Lever
2. Seat Height Adjustment Lever (Only on
Driver’s seat)
3. Lever for Forward and Backward movement
4. Lumbar support ( Only on front seats)
Bucket type seats are provided with
multiple adjustments.
WARNING
Do not adjust the seat when driving.
Adjust the seat only when the vehicle
is stationary.
To change the seat back angle, lean
forward slightly and raise the smaller
lever. Keeping lever in raised position,
lean back to the position you want and
release the lever. Make sure that lever
returns to it’s original position.
Driver’s seat height can be adjusted by
a lever located on the seat base on the
right hand side, just ahead of the seat
back recliner lever. You can raise the
seat height by pumping / pulling the lever
upwards until appropriate seat height is
reached and lower it by pumping /
pushing the lever downwards.
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GETTING STARTED
SEATS & SEAT ADJUSTMENTS
3.Moving the Seat Forward and
Backward:
4. Lumbar Support (if fitted):
Front Seat Armrest (if fitted):
To adjust the seat position, lift the lever
under the seat cushion front, slide the
seat to the desired position and release
the lever. Once the desired position is
achieved, release the lever to lock the
seat. Make sure the seat is locked firmly
in position.
Lumbar support is provided on Driver
and Co-driver’s seats to give you
comfort while driving. It is adjusted by
the lever provided on the side of the
seat backrest.
Front seats are provided with armrest.
For folding the armrest, pull the knob
upwards fitted to it and lift the armrest.
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NOTE
If you feel inconveniece while driving,
always keep the armrest in foldable
position.
GETTING STARTED
SEATS & SEAT ADJUSTMENTS
Second Row Seat :
Foldable Armrest (if provided) :
Second row seat is split in 2 parts
(60:40). Space for two occupants is
provided at RH side and space for single
occupant is provided at the LH side.
A foldable arm rest has been provided
in the second row seat. This can be
used by the occupants for resting their
arms. It also has two cup holders and a
utility box, which can be accessed by
opening the cover.When not required,
this armrest can be folded back into the
seat.
NOTE
Never use armrest as a support.
Never allow children to sit on armrest.
Moving the Seat Forward and
Backward:
Lever for Forward and Backward movement
To adjust the seat position, lift the lever
under the seat cushion front, slide the
seat to the desired position and release
the lever. Once the desired position is
achieved, release the lever to lock the
seat. Make sure the seat is locked firmly
in position. Both second row seats can
be adjusted independently.
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GETTING STARTED
Second Row Seat Folding :
SEATS & SEAT ADJUSTMENTS
For keeping the seat backrest upright,
push back the seat backrest untill it gets
locked in its position.
Third Row Seat Folding :
Front Facing Third Row Seat :
Fabric hook for folding seat backrest
Plastic hook for folding seat backrest
These seats can be independently
folded, as & when required for carrying
long objects. The seat backrests are
provided with a plastic hook for folding
at seat back. Pulling the plastic hook
upwards allows the seat backrest to
fold.
To incline the seat to a desired angle,
pull the plastic hook upwards, set the
angle and release the hook for locking.
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A foldable and split type soft cushioned
comfortable seats are provided at the
rear behind the second row seat.
A fabric hook is provided behind the
seat backrest. To fold the seat, pull the
fabric hook. Both the seats can be
independently folded to create extra
luggage space.
For keeping the seat backrest upright,
push back the seat backrest untill it gets
locked in its position.
GETTING STARTED
SEATS & SEAT ADJUSTMENTS
Getting in and out Third Row Seat :
To get in/out,you have to fold any of the
2nd row seats.To fold the this seat :
1. Pull the plastic hook located on top
of the middle seat backrest. The seat
back rest collapses.
The second row seats can also be
lifted from it’s base by pulling the
fabric hook located behind the seat’s
back.
Plastic hook for folding seat backrest
2. Now lift the seat from its base by
pulling the knob provided at the base
of the seat to fold.
NOTE
While folding the second row seat
after getting inside the third row seat,
never keep your feet on the seat
locking brackets.
For instructions
please refer the
sticker attached at
the bottom side of
the second row
seat.
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GETTING STARTED
SEATS & SEAT ADJUSTMENTS
Getting extra luggage space:
Extra luggage space can be created by
folding either second or third row seat
based on your requirement.
Parcel Shelf fitment provision :
NOTE
When folded, each seat base can
carry a load of approximately 25 Kgs.
A flap is provided on third row seat to
bridge gap between second and third
row seats, when fully folded. The flap
can withstand max. 5 kg. of load.
Luggage space after folding third row seat
Your vehicle has a provision for fitting a
parcel shelf over third row seat.
To fit the parcel shelf, fold the third row
seat and slide both the parcel shelf
mounting covers upwards. Fix the parcel
shelf and ensure for proper locking.
Location of flaps
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Luggage space after folding second and third
row seat
GETTING STARTED
HEAD RESTRAINT & SEAT BELT
Head Restraint:
SEAT BELTS
Your vehicle is equipped with seat belts,
for front and rear seats as a part of
occupant restraint system.
Head restraints are designed to help in
reducing neck injury in case of
accidents. For best protection, adjust
the head restraint, so that it is in the
level with one’s ears.
To adjust the head restraint, pull or push
it until it clicks. If head restraint needs
to be removed, pull the head restraint
fully upwards, then push the notch button
with a thumb.
WARNING
Avoid driving the vehicle with the
head-restraint removed as it is
provided for your safety.
Wearing seat belts properly can protect
you from being thrown against the
insides of the vehicle or against other
occupants in case of an accident or
sudden braking. It will reduce the
chances of severe injury.
Notch button
This vehicle has three point inertia reel
type front and rear seat belts in the out
board positions and a lap belt for middle
passenger on second row rear seat. In
normal driving, the belt lets you move
freely in your seat. In case of an
accident or sudden braking, inertia reel
automatically tightens the belt to help
restrain your body.
The anchor end of the shoulder belt is
adjustable to suit the height of the
passenger wearing it. The lap belt has
one manually adjusted belt that fits
across the hip bone. Make sure that your
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seat is adjusted to a good driving
position and the back of the seat is
upright.
SEAT BELTS
How to use shoulder / lapbelts :
1
2
1. Seat Belt
2. Tongue
Seat belt height adjustment
Retractor Pre - tensioner Load
Limiter belts (RPLL) :
The main function of RPLL belt is to
remove slack from the belt in the event
of an accident to restrict forward
movement of the occupant. The RPLL
belts are triggered in situations where
the front or side airbags deploy. Do not
disconnect RPLL belts electrical
connection.
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4
3
3. Lock Buckle
4. Lap Belt
• Enter the car and close the door. Sit
back and adjust the front seat. Make
sure that your seat is adjusted to a
good driving position and the back
of the seat is upright.
• The tongue is located above the back
of your seat. Grasp the tongue and
pull out the belt over the shoulder and
across the chest. When the belt is
long enough to fit, insert the tongue
into the lock buckle until you hear a
“CLICK” which indicates that the belt
is securely locked.
• Position the lap belt across your
thighs, below your abdomen. To
remove slack in the lap belt portion,
pull up a bit on the shoulder belt. To
loosen the lap belt if it is too tight, tilt
the tongue and pull on the lap belt. A
snug belt reduces the risk of sliding
under the belt in a collision.
• To release the belt, push the red
button on the lock buckle. The belt
will automatically retract to its stowed
position. If necessary, slide the
tongue down the webbing to allow the
belt to retract fully.
Seat belt safety :
WARNING
• Wearing a seat belt incorrectly is
dangerous. Seat belts are designed
to bear upon the bony structure of
the body and should be worn low
across the front of the pelvis, or the
pelvis, chest and shoulders, as
applicable. Wearing the lap section
of the belt across the abdominal
area must be avoided.
GETTING STARTED
SEAT BELTS
• Each belt assembly must only be
used by one occupant. It is
dangerous to put a belt around a
child being carried on the
occupant’s lap.
• A belt that is buckled into the wrong
buckle will not protect you properly.
Always buckle your belt into the
buckle nearest you.
• A belt that is too loose will not protect
you as well. In a sudden stop, you
could move too far forward,
increasing the possibility of injury.
• A belt that is worn under your arm
is very dangerous. Your body could
strike the inside surfaces of the
vehicle in a collision. Wear the belt
over your shoulder.
• Be sure the belt is straight. If you
can’t straighten a belt, take it to your
nearest TATA authorized dealer.
• A frayed or torn belt could rip apart
in a collision and leave you with no
protection. Inspect the belt system
periodically, checking for cuts,
frays, or loose parts.Do not
disassemble or modify the system.
• If possible, use the seat belts to
secure heavy luggage that are to
be carried on the seats.
• Do not wear seat belts over hard,
sharp or fragile items in clothing,
such as pens, keys, spectacles etc.
• Care should be taken to avoid
contamination of the webbing with
polishes, oils and chemicals
especially battery acid. Cleaning
may safely be carried out using
mild soap and water.
Seat belt warning indicator :
Seat belt warning indicator
comes
‘ON’ for 3 seconds followed by blinking
with buzzer for 6 seconds, when ignition
is turned ‘ON’ .
If seat belt is not fastened, the lamp will
be ‘ON’ contineously without audio alarm
till vehicle speed reaches 16 km/h.
When vehicle speed exceeds above 16
km/h, the lamp will continue to flash with
intermittent audio alarm.
Once the seat belt is fastened, the
buzzer and warning indicator will go
‘OFF’.
Use of seatbelts for expectant
mother:
Expectant mother must wear a correctly
positioned seat belt. It is safer for
mother as well as unborn child. Doctor’s
advice is recommended.
Expectant mother should wear the lap
part of the belt across the thighs and as
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snug across the hips as possible. Keep
the belt low so that it does not come
across the abdomen. That way the
strong bones of the hips will take the
force if there is a collision.
Child restraints:
SEAT BELTS
Use only approved Child restrained
system which meets safety standards.
Only fit a child seat that has been
approved for use in your vehicle and
ensure that the manufacture’s fitting
instructions are followed correctly.
Seat belt parking brackets :
Your vehicle is provided with seat belt
parking brackets for second and third
row seat belts. Whenever second or
third row seat is not occupied, hook the
seat belts at its respective parking
brackets to avoid rattling.
For optimum safety, children should
travel in the rear of the vehicle at all
times. However, if it is essential that a
child travels in front, set the front
passenger seat fully backward and
disable the passenger air bag using the
switch on the side of dash board at the
passenger’s side.
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GETTING STARTED
REAR VIEW MIRRORS
REAR VIEW MIRRORS :
Inner Rear View Mirror :
Power Fold and Motorised Outer Rear
View Mirror (if fitted):
3
2
1
1
1. Mirror Adjustment Switch 2. Mirror
Selection Swich 3. Mirror Fold Switch
2
1. Inner Rear View Mirror 2. Anti-glare Knob
Inner rear view mirror is mounted inside
the cabin near the front cabin lamp. It
has two positions:
a. Normal position
b. Antiglare position
NOTE
Use Antiglare position only when
necessary, as it reduces rear view
clarity.
Motorised Rear View Mirrors are fitted
on both front doors and can be adjusted
to the desired position with the help of
a switch provided on the driver side
door.
Motorised Rear View Mirrors allow the
driver to adjust the mirrors without
lowering the glasses and without moving
from his position.
1. Move the main switch to L (for left
side) and R (for right side)
2. Use the 4 positions of the knob to
adjust the rear view mirrors to required
position.
These mirrors are provided with
demister. For activating the rear view
mirror demister and rear windshield
demister, a common switch is provided
on the A.C. panel.Outer rear view
mirrors can be folded by operating
the mirror fold switch (3). This enables
you to park your car in limited parking
space. Press the mirror fold switch to
fold
both
outside
mirrors
simultaneously. Press again to unfold.
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GETTING STARTED
Steering wheel position Adjustment
STEERING WHEEL ADJUSTMENT & 4X2 / 4X4 / AUTO SELECTION SWITCH
3. Move the steering wheel up or down
to the desire position. Position the
wheel such a way that all the
instrument panel gauges and
warning lights are visible.
4 X 2 and 4X 4 / AUTO mode selection
switch :
4. Pull the lever to lock the steering
column once steering column
position is fixed. Make sure that
steering wheel is securely locked by
moving up and down.
1. Unlock Position 2. Lock Position
You can adjust the steering wheel
position to suit your convenience.
Adjust the steering wheel position as
follows before you start driving.
1. Adjust the seat to the comfortable
position.
2. The lever to tilt the steering wheel is
under steering column. Push the
lever to unlock the steering column.
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CAUTION
Steering wheel should be adjusted
only when the vehicle is stationary.
To activate 4 X 2 mode, press “4 X 2”
switch provided on your vehicle’s facia,
the LED on the switch turns “ON”.
To activate 4 X 4 / Auto mode, again
press “4 X 2” switch provided on your
vehicle’s facia, the LED on the switch
goes “OFF”.
HEAD LIGHT CONTROLS
GETTING STARTED
Master Light Switch:
The Master Light Switch is located on
the right of the steering wheel on the
dashboard.
Knob functions :
1. Auto Light (if fitted) : In this position,
the headlights will be automatically
switched ON depending on ambient light
conditions (while entering a tunnel or
when it is twilight). For details, please
refer - SPECIAL FEATURES - Rain &
Light sensors.
2. OFF : In this position, all functions
are ‘OFF’.
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GETTING STARTED
OFF
AUTO
1
2
HEAD LIGHT CONTROLS
PARKING
3
HEADLAMP
4
first push will switch ‘OFF’ the rear fog
lamps and second push will turn ‘OFF’
the front fog lamps.
NOTE
Use fog lamps in foggy / misty
conditions to improve visibility.
5
FOG
LAMP
3. Parking : In this position, only
Parking lamps are switched ‘ON’.
4. Headlamp : In this position, Head
lamps and Parking lamp are switched
‘ON’.
5. Fog Lamp : For switching ‘ON’ the
Fog lamps, either the Head Lamp or
Parking lamp must be ‘ON’. Therefore
turn the knob to position 3 or 4.
The knob can be pulled / pushed in two
positions to turn ‘ON’ / turn ‘OFF’ the
fog lamps. First pull will turn ‘ON’ the
front fog lamps and second pull switches
‘ON’ the rear fog lamps. Similarly the
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Front fog lamp - Switch ‘ON’ position
Rear fog lamp - Switch ‘ON’ position
GETTING STARTED
Adjusting the Headlamp:
1
Loading Condition
2
1. Illumination brightness Adjustiment
Switch
2. Headlamp Height Adjustment Switch
The Master Light switch also has Head
lamp leveling function. You can adjust
the headlamp beam depending on load
(passengers / goods) in your car.
This can be operated by a scroll type
switch located above the Master light
switch knob.
NOTE
When the low beam is switched ON,
adjust the headlamp range to suit the
car load. Adjust when vehicle is
stationary.
Unladen
One Person in the driver’s seat
One Person in the driver’s seat +
One in the front passenger seat
One Person in the driver’s seat +
One in the front passenger seat +
Two people in the rear most seat
All seats occupied (7 People)
All Seats occupied + Luggage area
filled to permissible axle load
One Person in the driver’s seat +
Luggage areafilled to permissible
axle load
Switch
Position
0
1
2
3
Adjusting
the
illumination
brightness:
The function of Illumination control
switch (Scroll type) is located above the
Master light switch knob to vary the
brightness of backlit illumination of
devices and switches in the cabin.
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GETTING STARTED
WINDOW WINDING
Power Windows :
2
3
4
5
1
Window Winding Switch on rear doors
1. Rear Power Window Lock / Unlock
Button
2. RH Front Window Winding Switch
3. RH Rear Window Winding Switch
4. LH Front Window Winding Switch
5. LH Rear Window Winding Switch
Glasses on all four windows of your
vehicle can be operated by switches
provided on the main control panel
located at driver’s arm rest. They work
only when the key is in the “IGN”
position. Each window glass can be
operated with switch provided on other
doors.
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Glasses are wound up by pulling the
switch and are lowered by pressing it
down. If you would prefer to have the
glass at its lower most position, press
the switch down and the glass glides
down. This feature is known as “Express
Down”.
A safety locking arrangement has also
been provided and can be activated by
a push type switch located at the centre,
below the window switches. It has two
positions:
PRESS - ‘ON’ Position
Again PRESS TO RELEASE - ‘OFF’
position
When the switch is in “LOCK” position,
the rear window switches (located on
rear doors) do not function. The rear
window glasses can still be operated by
using the switches on the console.
Illumination on the rear window switch
goes off when the switch is in locked
condition. Press down the lock button
to unlock.
Individual window winding switches
have been provided only on other doors.
WARNING
While raising the glass, take care to
avoid fingers / hands getting trapped
between glass and the frame.
GETTING STARTED
DASH BOARD
DASHBOARD
01. Side A.C. Vents
2
3
4
5
6
7
02. Side A.C. Vents
03. Top Stowage Box
04. Display Monitor
05. Rain Light Sensor
06. Steering Wheel
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07. Instrument Cluster
08. Horn Pad
09. Accelerator Pedal
10. Brake Pedal
18
11.
Clutch Pedal
12. Coin Holder
17
13. Parking Brake
1
14. Power Socket
16
21
15. Gear Shift Lever
20
11
15
10
9
8
16. USB / AUX port
17. HVAC Control
18. A.C. Vents
14
12
13
19. Music System
20. Glove Box
21. Glove Box (With Cooling facility)
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DRIVING CONTROLS
Gearshift lever & Shifting pattern :
GEAR SHIFTING LEVER & PARKING BRAKE
Parking brake :
2
1
A
1
3
5
B
2
4
R
The gearshift lever is mounted on the
central console between the two front
seats. The gearshift pattern is shown
on the gear lever knob.
CAUTION
The reverse gear should be engaged
only when the car is stationary. Wait
for 5 seconds after declutching to
ensure smooth engagement of the
reverse gear.
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1. Parking Brake Lever 2. Release Button
A. Parking Brake Applied Position
B. Parking Brake Released Position
A mechanical parking brake acting only
on the rear wheel is provided on your
vehicle. The parking brake lever is
located behind the gearshift lever. To
apply the parking brake, pull the lever
up fully. The indicator light
on the
instrument panel will come 'ON'.
To release it, pull the lever up slightly,
press the release button and push the
lever down. The parking brake indicator
on the instrument panel will go 'OFF'
when the parking brake lever is fully
released. When parking on level ground,
place the gear lever in the 'Neutral'
position. When parking on a downhill
gradiant, place the gear lever in
'Reverse' position. When parking on
uphill gradiant, place the gear lever in
the '1st' position.
CAUTION
Apply the parking brake properly
before leaving the car & release it
before moving. Use the parking brake
for holding the car on a gradient.
DRIVING CONTROLS
COMBI-SWITCH
COMBI-SWITCH (LH STALK) :
1
2
3
7
WARNING
If you operate wash and wipe function for
more than 30 seconds the controller cuts
off the supply to washer motors to avoid
overheating.
6
D
2. Rear windshield wash and wipe :
C
Turn and hold the rotary knob to operate rear
windshield wash and wipe. It will return to
‘OFF’ position as soon as released.
B
5
4
A
(As applicable)
1. Front windshield wash and wipe :
To spray the washer fluid on the windshield.
1. When you pull the lever little longer, washer
fluid will be sprayed on the windshield.
2. The windshield wipers operate for three
cycles after the lever is released and one
more cycle after five seconds.
3. When you crank the car’s engine, the
supply to washer motor is briefly cut off.
3. OFF position
4. Rear intermittent wipe :
Turn the rotary knob and align (4) position
with arrow mark to operate rear intermittent
wiper. Rear wiper will start wiping
intermittently.
5. Rear wiper continuous ‘ON’
Turn the rotary knob and align (5) position
with arrow mark to operate rear intermittent
wiper. Rear wiper will start wiping
contineously.
6. Front windshield wipe and wash :
A) Flick / Mist : To operate front
windshield wiper in case of light-rain
or mist, move the lever downward
slightly and release. It will return to
‘OFF’ position. The wiper will operate
once.
B) Intermittent wipe : To operate
intermittent wipe, lift the lever to
position ‘B’.
High Speed
Slow Speed
By rotating rotary switch (7), you can
select desired wiper speed.
C) Slow wipe : To select ‘SLOW’
contineous wipe, lift the lever to
position ‘C’.
D) Fast wipe : To select ‘FAST’
continuous wipe, lift the lever to
position ‘D’.
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COMBI-SWITCH
NOTE
Turn the ignition switch to ‘ON’
position, to operate all wash and wipe
functions.
All functions pauses temporarily,
when the engine is being cranked and
resumes it’s function once crancking
is complete.
2. Always check and top up the
windshield washer fluid in the
container.
3. Get the front and rear washer
nozzles cleaned periodically.
COMBI-SWITCH (RH STALK) :
(As applicable)
Auto front wipe:
If your car comes fitted with a Rain and
Light Sensor, Auto Front Wipe is
activated only when the wiper stalk is in
the Auto position. (Cars having Auto
Front wipe will not be fitted with an
intermittent wipe speed selector).
Other operations of the switch are same
as explained on previous page except
intermittent front wipe.
For details, please refer ‘ SPECIAL
FEATURES - Rain and Light
sensors’.
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(As applicable)
Turn Signals :
Front windshield washer nozzle
CAUTION
1. Do not operate the windshield
wipers, when the windshield is dry or
obstracted.
Right turn signal :
Right indicator lamps and instrument
cluster tell tale will come ‘ON’ if ignition
is ‘ON’ and indicator stalk is moved to
DRIVING CONTROLS
COMBI-SWITCH
downward. For changing lanes, lightly
flip the stalk downwards.
Left turn signal :
Left indicator lamps and instrument
cluster tell tale will come ‘ON’ if ignition
is ‘ON’ and indicator stalk is moved to
upward. For changing lanes, lightly flip
the stalk upwards.
To switch over from high beam to low
beam, PULL the lever back towards the
steering wheel.
Hi-Beam :
To switch over head lamps to hi-beam :
✦ Master light switch to head lamp
position.
✦ Push the lever towards instrument
cluster.
✦ Hi-beam headlamps and instrument
cluster tell tale will come ‘ON’.
(As applicable)
TRIP, FUEL, SET functions :
Reset Switch
Flash function :
Pull the lever towards steering wheel to
flash the hi-beam head lamps and it will
remain ‘ON’ till lever is in pulled position.
The lever will return to it’s original
position after releasing the lever.
Cruise master ON / OFF switch :
Cruise Master ON/OFF Switch
Display Information Control
(DIC) Switch
By rotating the outermost ring of the
Combi Switch, you can set the TRIP,
FUEL and SET functions that are
displayed on the instrument cluster. To
reset / scroll the values of the Trip meter,
press the outermost switch on the stalk.
(Please refer to Instrument Cluster
section to know more about these
functions).
If you want your vehicle to maintain a
particular, constant speed, rotate knob
on the right stalk to ‘ON’ position to
activate the cruise function. This
function is controlled by the Steering
Wheel switches. (Please refer to
Cruise Control section for details).
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INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
RPM meter
Temperature
Gauge
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Indicators
Messaging
Center
Speedometer
Fuel
Gauge
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
DRIVING CONTROLS
Instrument Cluster :
The Instrument cluster consists of
Speedometer, RPM Meter, Temperature
gauge and Fuel gauge.
The instrument cluster also houses
the Message Centre. It consists of :
1) Main Odometer
2) Trip meter (Distance for two trips - A
& B can be measured)
3) Fuel Computer. Fuel Computer
displays :
a) Instantaneous Fuel consumption
b) Average Fuel Consumption ( For
trips A & B)
c) Range (Distance to Empty)
(Distance that can be covered with
the amount of fuel in the tank)
4) Outside Ambient Temperature
In addition to the above, the instrument
cluster displays the Tell Tales and
“Warning Massages” and “Trip”
switches.
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INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
Instrument cluster - Tell tales
PRE-CHECK
BUZZER
ENABLED
TEXT ON DISPLAY
WITH PRIORITY
Green
X
√
X
High Beam
Blue
X
X
X
Battery Charging
Red
√
X
X
Amber
√
X
X
Red
√
X
TELL TALES
Turn Indicator
TOD/Transmission fault
COLOUR
Park Brake Applied
Brake Fluid Oil level low
SYMBOL
PARK BRAKE ON (H)
EBD FAULT (H)
EBD signal from ABS ECU
Glow plug indicator
Amber
Malfunction Indication Lamp
Amber
Service Lamp Indicator
Amber
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BRAKE FLUID LOW (H)
√
X
X
√
X
X
√
X
X
√
X
X
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INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
PRE-CHECK
BUZZER
ENABLED
TEXT ON DISPLAY
WITH PRIORITY
Red
√
X
X
Amber
√
X
X
Red
√
√
X
Water In Fuel (Diesel)
Amber
√
√
X
ABS
Amber
√
X
X
Red
√
X
X
TELL TALES
Low Engine Oil Pressure
Low Fuel warning
High Temperature Warning
Airbag
COLOUR
SYMBOL
Traction Control System
Failure
Traction Control System
Switched Off
TCS FAULT (H)
Amber
√
TCS SWITCHED OFF (H)
ESP System Failure
ESP FAULT (H)
ESP System Switched Off
ESP SWITCHED OFF (H)
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TELL TALES
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
COLOUR
SYMBOL
PRE-CHECK
BUZZER
ENABLED
TEXT ON DISPLAY
WITH PRIORITY
Seat Belt
Red
√
√
FASTEN
SEATBELT (H) - Only for Export
Immobilizer
Red
X
X
X
Front Fog
Green
X
X
X
Rear Fog
Amber
X
X
X
Driver Door open
Red
X
X
X
Co-Driver Door open
Red
X
X
X
Rear Left Door open
Red
X
X
X
Rear Right Door open
Red
X
X
X
Tail gate open
Red
X
X
X
Cruise Control
Green
√
X
X
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INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
Tell Tales Description
Turn Signal:
One of these symbols comes ‘ON’ when
the turn indicators is switched ‘ON’. Turn
signal lamps can be operated only when
the ignition supply is ‘ON’ and by using
the turn indicator switch on the combiswitch. The direction indicator arrow
(LHS) and (RHS) on the instrument
cluster flashes along with external
indicator lights as selected.
If one of the external indicator bulbs gets
fused, it is indicated by high frequency
flashing of the bulb of the same side.
High Beam:
This symbol comes ‘ON’ when the
headlamp high beam is switched ‘ON’.
Battery charging:
Park Brake / Brake Fluid
Oil level Indicator:
This symbol lights up when the ‘IGN’ is
turned ‘ON’ and should go ‘OFF’ after
the engine starts.
This indicator comes ‘ON’ for
approximately three seconds when
ignition is turned 'ON' and goes ‘OFF’.
If it remains ‘ON’, it may indicate :
NOTE
If it remains ‘ON’ while the engine is
running, it indicates that the battery
is not getting charged. Switch off all
unnecessary electrical equipment
and get the problem attended to at
TATA Authorised Service outlet.
TOD Indicator :
This symbol comes ‘ON’ when the
ignition is turned ON and goes ‘OFF’
after approximately three seconds. If it
continues to remain ‘ON’ or if it comes
'ON' after Ignition on precheck, it
indicates a fault in the Transmission
system.Take your car to a TATA
Authorised Service centre.
1. Brake fluid level is low.
2. Parking brake is applied. It will go
‘OFF’when it is released.
3. Fault in ABS/EBD system
Diesel Pre-Heat indicator /
Glow Plug Indicator:
This symbol comes ‘ON’ when the
ignition key is in the ‘ON’ position.
NOTE
Engine should be started only after
this indicator goes ‘OFF’.
Malfunction Indication
Lamp:
This symbol comes ‘ON’ when the
ignition is turned ‘ON’ and goes ‘OFF’
after 3 seconds.
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CAUTION
This symbol will remain ‘ON’ for any
engine related fault that may cause
increase in emission levels of the car
beyond the regulatory limit. Take your
car to a TATA Authorised service
centre.
Low Engine Oil Pressure
Indicator:
When the ignition is turned ‘ON’, this
symbol lights up and goes ‘OFF’ as soon
as the required engine oil pressure is
developed after starting the engine.
WARNING
If the low oil pressure indicator does
not glow or remains ‘ON’ with the ‘IGN’
‘ON’ and engine is running, it indicates
a fault in the electrical circuit /
lubrication system. Take your car to a
TATA Authorised Service centre.
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INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
Low Fuel
Indicator:
This symbol lights up when ignition is
turned ‘ON’. The symbol lights up
continuously if fuel level in the tank is
low. Fuel needs to be filled immediately.
It will blink if there is any fault in the
system. Take your car to the nearest
Tata authorized service station if the
symbol starts blinking.
High Temperature
Warning:
This symbol lights up when the ignition
is turned ‘ON’. If the engine is
overheating, this indicator blinks along
with a audible buzzer. At this stage, take
the car to the nearest Authorised Service
outlet. This symbol blinks and audible
buzzer sounds simultaneously when
engine coolant temperature is more than
normal.
WARNING
Never remove the radiator pressure
cap from the radiator when the engine
is hot. Do not restart the engine until
the problem has been duly attended.
Water in fuel
indicator:
This symbol indicates excess water
accumulation in the sedimenter. It will
come ‘ON’ when ignition is turned ‘ON’
and will go ‘OFF’ in approx. 3 seconds.
When this lamp remains ‘ON’ and a
buzzer is sounded, water needs to be
drained from sedimenter immediately.
CAUTION
If water is not drained from the
sedimenter, it can cause serious
damage to the fuel injection system.
ABS Indicator:
When ignition is turned ‘ON’, this
symbol comes ‘ON’ for three seconds
and goes ‘OFF’.
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INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
This symbol will continue to remain 'ON'
or will come 'ON' after Ignition On
precheck if there is a problem in the
ABS system.
Airbag Indicator:
The air bag warning symbol comes on
for approximately 3 seconds when the
ignition is turned ‘ON’ and goes ‘OFF’.
WARNING
If it remain ‘ON’ or blinks, take your
car to the nearest Tata Authorised
Service Centre.
Traction Control / ESP
Indicator :
This symbol comes ‘ON’ when ignition
is turned ‘ON’ for approximately three
seconds and goes ‘OFF’.This symbol
continues to remain 'ON' if there is a
fault in the system.Take your vehicle to
the nearest Tata Authorised Service
Centre at the earliest.
Seat Belt
Indicator:
Seat belt warning indicator comes ‘ON’
for 3 seconds followed by blinking with
buzzer for 6 seconds, when ignition is
turned ‘ON’ .
If seat belt is not fastened, the lamp will
be ‘ON’ continuously without audio alarm
till vehicle speed reaches 16 km/h.
When vehicle speed exceeds above 16
km/h, the lamp will continue to flash with
intermittent audio alarm.
Once the seat belt is fastened, the
buzzer and warning indicator will go
‘OFF’.
Immobiliser Warning
Indicator :
This symbol is of a system that disables
engine starting if you do not use the
original key. The user has to use original
key for authentification and unlocking
the car. Refer to Immobiliser section for
details.
Lamp Blink: Car is in immobilised
condition when key is not inserted.
Lamp OFF: Normal condition
(Authenticated user) and engine will
start.
Lamp ON: Problem with key/system.
Take your car to TATA Authorised
service centre.
Front Fog Lamp :
This symbol comes ON when the Front
Fog lamp is ‘ON’.
Rear Fog Lamp:
This symbol comes ‘ON’ when the Rear
Fog lamp is ‘ON’.
Service Lamp
Indication
This symbol comes ON when ignition is
turned ON & goes OFF after 3 seconds.
It remains ON if there is any problem in
Engine Management system / engine
related components.
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CAUTION
If service lamp remains ON when
engine is running, the engine’s
performance may get deteriorated.
Take your car to a TATA authorized
service centre.
Driver Door Open
Warning:
If the Driver’s door is open or not
properly closed, this symbol comes ‘ON’
once the ignition key is inserted. Please
ensure all the doors are properly closed
before you start driving.
Co-Driver Door
Open Warning:
If the Co-Driver’s door is open or not
properly closed, the corresponding door
open indicator will come ‘ON’. Please
ensure all the doors are properly closed
before you start driving.
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Rear Left Door
Open Warning:
Cruise Control:
If Rear Left Door is open or not properly
closed, the corresponding door open
indicator will come ON. Please ensure
all the doors are properly closed before
you start driving.
This comes ON for approx. 3 seconds
Rear Right Door
Open Warning:
If Rear Right Door is open or not properly
closed, the corresponding door open
indicator will come ON. Please ensure
all the doors are properly closed before
you start driving.
Tail Gate Open
Warning:
If Tail Gate is open or not properly
closed, the corresponding door open
indicator will come ON. Please ensure
all the doors are properly closed before
you start driving.
when ignition is turned ON.
This symbol comes ON when you activate
/ switch ON the Cruise Control. (Please
refer to Cruise Control section for working
of Cruise Control).
Audible Warnings:
If any one of the conditions mentioned
below occurs, a buzzer is also sounded.
Conditions when Buzzer comes ON:
1. Driver Seat Belt is not fastened (refer
Seat Belt warning description).
2. Key-in Ignition and Driver Door is
open.
3. Key taken out, Parking lamp is ‘ON’
and Driver Door is open.
4. Engine Coolant Temperature is high.
5. Water in Fuel.
6. Turn Indicator (Left or Right) is ‘ON’
or Hazard is ‘ON’.
DRIVING CONTROLS
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER - MESSAGING CENTRE
Sr. No.
Parameter
Characteristics
1
Multifunctional
Display
Colour: Blue Text with Black
back ground
2
Main Odometer
Range : 0 to 999999
Sr. No.
3b
Parameter
Trip meter reset
4
Fuel Computer Range : 0.0 to 99.9
Instantaneous Fuel (3 digits)
Consumption
Resolution : 0.1 km/l or L/
100km
INST FUEL
99.9 km/l
999999 km
3a
Trip Meter (A&B)
Range : 0.0 to 9999.9
(5 digits)
Resolution : 0.1 km
Trip meter reading becomes
“0.0” after it crosses 9999.9
kms.
A: 9999.9 km
B: 9999.9 km
Trip meter (A & B) are reset by
pressing “Trip” switch when
the particular Trip-meter is
selected
DIC switch should be in “Trip”
mode.
Resolution : 1 km
The Odometer reading does
not over flow to “0.0” when
maximum value is reached,
the display will freeze to
maximum value.
Characteristics
INST FUEL
99.9 L/100km
5
Fuel Computer Average Fuel
Consumption (A &
B)
Range : 0.0 to 99.9
(3 digits)
Resolution : 0.1 km/l or L/
100km
AVG FUEL A AVG FUEL A
99.9 km/l
99.9 L/100km
AVG FUEL B AVG FUEL B
99.9 km/l
99.9 L/100km
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Sr. No.
5
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
Parameter
Characteristics
Average Fuel
When Trip meter “A” or “B” is
Consumption reset reset, the Average Fuel
Consumption “A” or “B” for that
particular Trip meter also will get
reset.
Dispaly Information Control (DIC)
switch should be in ‘Trip’ mode.
6
7
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Fuel Computer Range : 0 to 999
Range (Distance to
RANGE
Empty)
999 KM
Out side Ambient
Temperature
Range : -199 to +199 (2 1/2
digits, Leading zero’s shall be
suppressed)
FUEL GAUGE
There are 3 types of Fuel Computer information is available
to you as indicated in table below, which you can select by
using “ Dispaly Information Control (DIC) ” & “Trip” switches
(Refer Switch functions).
1. Instantaneous fuel consumption
2. Average fuel consumption
3. Range
Sr.
No.
Function
1 Instantaneous
Fuel Consump.
Unit
Text on
Display
Screen
Option
1
Option
2
Default
Setting
INST FUEL
Km/l
L/100km
Km/l
Km/l
L/100km
Km/l
Km/l
L/100km
Km/l
Km
-
Km
OUTSIDE TEMP
199°C
2
Average Fuel
Consumption “A”
AVG FUEL
OUTSIDE TEMP
199°F
3 Average Fuel
Consumption “B”
AVG FUEL
4 Range (Distance
to Empty)
RANGE
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INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
1) Instantaneous Fuel Consumption:
2) Average Fuel Consumption:
Updates display “Instantaneous Fuel
consumption” at regular time interval.
This function updates the display
“Average Fuel consumption” since it was
last reset.
Instantaneous Fuel Consumption display
is
available
in
“Km/l”
or
“L / 100km” which can be selected by
user by using “Dispaly Information Control
(DIC) & Trip” switches (Ref. Switch
functions).
Instrument Cluster displays
“Instantaneous Fuel Consumption
data” only when the below
conditions are met :
• Cluster display “ - . -" when ignition
‘ON’ and engine ‘OFF’.
• Your vehicle’s speed is more than
10 Km/h.
• Your car should have covered 20
meters after switching ON the ignition.
Average Fuel Consumption display is
available in “Km/l” or “L/100km” which
you can select by using “ Dispaly
Information Control (DIC) & Trip” switches
(Ref. Switch functions).
Distance covered is more than 500
meters. It refresh the value every 10
seconds.
3) Range (Distance to Empty) (DTE):
Range option indicates distance that
your car can travel with available fuel in
tank under current Average Fuel
consumption rate and it displays as
“km”.
Cluster starts updating Range data
only when the below conditions are
met :
• Engine speed is more than 0 RPM
• Vehicle speed is more than 0 Km/h
• Cluster displays the same / current
DTE values unless and until the car
starts moving.
Outside Ambient Temperature:
Outside Ambient Temperature is
measured and displayed in the units °C
or °F, which you can select by pressing
the “Dispaly Information Control (DIC) &
Trip” switches (Ref. Switch functions).
If your car’s speed is less than 30 Km/
h, the displayed “Outside Ambient
Temperature" value may not be
accurate.
• Cluster displays “ - . -" till the above
conditions are met.
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Switch Functions: When “Dispaly Information Control (DIC)” Switch in “Trip” Mode:
Display selection by “Trip” switch
Sr. No. Indication on Display
If “Trip” switch is pressed & released
immediately
If “Trip” switch is pressed & released
after a delay
1
Main Odometer and Trip meter “A”
Display changes to Trip meter “B” with
Main Odometer.
Resets Trip meter “A” value and Average
Fuel Consumption “A” value.
2
Main Odometer and Trip meter “B”
Display changes to Trip meter “A” with
Main Odometer.
Resets Trip meter “B” value.
Switch Functions: When “Dispaly Information Control (DIC)” Switch in “Fuel” Mode:
Display selection by “Trip” switch :
Indication on Display
If “Trip” switch is pressed & released
immediately
1
Range (Distance to Empty)
Display changes to Average Fuel
Consumption “A”
-
2
Average Fuel Consumption “A”
Display changes to Average Fuel
Consumption “B”
-
3
Average Fuel Consumption “B”
Display changes to Instantaneous Fuel
Consumption
-
4
Instantaneous Fuel Consumption
Display changes to Average Trip Speed
-
5
Out side Ambient Temperature
Sr.
No.
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Display changes to Range
If “Trip” switch is pressed & released
after a delay
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INSTRUMENT CLUSTER
Switch Functions: When “Dispaly Information Control (DIC)” Switch in “Set” Mode
Display selection by “Trip” switch :
Sr. Indication on Display
No.
If “Trip” switch is pressed &
released immediately
If “Trip” switch is pressed & released after a
delay
1
Select Units
Display does not change.
Cluster enters into “Distance unit selection”
mode. (Refer below section)
2
Language Selection (only for export
market)
Display changes to “Unit Selection”
mode.
Cluster enters into “Language selection” mode.
(Refer below section)
Switch Functions: Distance Unit Selection
Display selection by “Trip” switch:
Sr. Indication on Display
No.
If “Trip” switch is pressed & released after a
delay
If “Trip” switch is pressed &
released immediately
1
Distance Units
Displays distance unit as “miles” with arrow mark.
Display changes to “Fuel unit
selection” mode.
2
Distance unit with “miles”
Displays “Setting Saved” for 3 secs. (i.e. Distance
unit selected is “miles”) and display changes to
“Fuel unit selection” mode.
Displays distance unit as “km”
with arrow mark.
3
Distance unit with “km”
Displays “Setting Saved” for 3 secs. (i.e. Distance
unit selected is “km”) and display changes to “Fuel
unit selection” mode.
Displays distance unit as “miles”
with arrow mark.
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Switch Functions: Fuel Unit Selection
Display selection by “Trip” switch:
Sr. Indication on Display
No.
If “Trip” switch is pressed & released after a delay If “Trip” switch is pressed & released
immediately
1
Fuel Units
Displays Fuel unit as “L/100km” with arrow mark.
Display changes to “Temperature unit
selection” mode.
2
Fuel unit with “L/100km”
Displays “Setting Saved” for 3 secs. (i.e. Fuel unit
selected is “L/100km”) and display changes to
“Temperature unit selection” mode.
Displays Fuel unit as “MPG” with arrow
mark.
3
Fuel unit with “km/l”
Displays “Setting Saved” for 3 secs. (i.e. Fuel unit
selected is “km/l”) and display changes to
“Temperature unit selection” mode.
Displays Fuel unit as “L/100km” with
arrow mark.
Switch Functions: Temperature Unit Selection
Sr. Indication on Display
No.
If “Trip” switch is pressed & released after a delay If “Trip” switch is pressed & released
immediately
1
Temperature Units
Displays Temperature unit as “°C” with arrow mark.
Display changes to “Unit selection”
mode.
2
Temperature unit with “°C”
Displays “Setting Saved” for 3 secs. (i.e. Temperature
unit selected is “°C”) and display changes to “Unit
selection” mode.
Displays Temperature unit as “°F” with
arrow mark.
3
Temperature unit with “°F”
Displays “Setting Saved” for 3 secs. (i.e. Temperature
unit selected is “°F”) and display changes to “Unit
selection” mode.
Displays Temperature unit as “°C” with
arrow mark.
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FACIA SWITCHES
Facia switches :
2. 4 X 2 Switch
(with LED)
Same previous selected mode (4X4 or
4X2) during last switched ‘OFF’ position
will be retained when you restart.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1. Reverse Parking System (RPS)
2. 4 X 2 Switch (with LED)
3. Hazard Warning Switch
4. ESP OFF Switch
5. LOCK Switch
6. UNLOCK Switch
1. Reverse Parking
Buzzer ON/OFF Switch
Your reverse parking assistance system
gets activated when you engage reverse
gear and simultaneously a beep sound
starts. The intensity of the beep keeps
on increasing as your vehicle comes
closer to the obstacle. Press switch (1)
to mute the beep.
In the 4x4 mode, power from the engine
is supplied to all the four wheels. If you
do not want your car to run in the 4x4
mode, press the 4x2 switch on the
Facia. LED on Fascia switch glows to
indicate that the 4x4 mode is disabled.
By doing so, the TOD (Torque On
Demand) function is also disabled.
3. Hazard Warning
Switch
When hazard warning switch is
pressed, the right and left direction
indicators along with tell tales on the
instrument cluster and hazard warning
LED start flashing simultaneously. To
switch Off the function, press the Hazard
warning switch again.
When pressed, the Hazard function
overrides the turn indicator (right, left)
function.
NOTICE
During hazard ON condition, if power
is switched OFF, the function is
switched OFF but is activated once
the power is turned ON.
4. ‘ESP OFF’ Switch
‘ESP OFF’ switch is provided on the
facia. To disable the ESP, press the
‘ESP OFF’ switch. TCS system will also
get disabled along with the ESP once
the ‘ESP OFF’ switch is pressed.
NOTE
After switching OFF the ESP, the tell
tale (ESP Indicator) on the instrument
cluster will come ON and it goes OFF
when ESP is activated.
5. LOCK / UNLOCK
Switch :
These switches are provided to lock/
unlock the doors. By pressing the LOCK/
UNLOCK button all the doors can be
locked / unlocked.
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STEERING WHEEL SWITCHES
STEERING WHEEL SWITCHES :
FUNCTIONS :
You can control various functions by using the switches on
the steering wheel.
Detailed Information on various functions of these
switches are available in ‘INFOTAINMENT MANUAL’.
2
1
5, 6 & 7. Cruise Control functions
Reset and Set Switch :
5
Increment / Decrement : Using this function, you can
either increase or decrease vehicle speed. Press (+) for
increasing the vehicle speed and press (-) for decreasing
the vehicle speed.
6
7
3
4
Cancel Switch : Press this switch to cancel the Cruise Control
function.
(Please refer to Cruise Control section for details)
1. MUTE
2. MODE
3. SEEK
4. VOLUME
5. RESET
6. SET
7. CANCEL
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DRIVING CONTROLS
HEATING, VENTILATION & AIR CONDITIONING
Towards windscreen (Defrost)
Solar Sensor
Invehicle Sensor
Central A.C. vents
To quarter glass
To quarter glass
Side A.C. vents
Side A.C. vents
To foot board
To foot board
PERSONALISED VENTS FOR EACH PASSENGER
A.C. air vents on ‘B’ pillar
for second row seat
A.C. air vents on ‘C’ pillar
A.C. air vents on floor
for third row seat
console
for Second row middle seat
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DRIVING CONTROLS
Heating, Ventilation and
conditioning :
HEATING, VENTILATION & AIR CONDITIONING
Air
Controls (Manual HVAC)
Aria is available in two types of HVAC
systems :
1) Manual HVAC
2) FATC (Fully Automatic Temp.
Control)
1) MANUAL HVAC:
HVAC controls temperature, humidity
and air flow to enhance comfort level
inside the car. It also helps to keep
windscreen and window glasses clear
for better visibility.
The engine must be running for the
heater and air conditioning to generate
hot and cold air.
The system is equipped with a Heating,
Ventilation and Air conditioner along with
adjustable vents on dashboard and
console. The system has a separate rear
cooling system along with adjustable
vents on B and C pillar.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
1. Temperature Control Knob
4. A.C. and Econ (Economy Mode) ON/OFF Button
2. Recirculation Button
5. Air Distribution Control Knob
3. Blower Speed Control Knob
6. Rear Defogger / Demister Button
The system is also equipped with a front
heating systems for clearing the front
windscreen, side glasses of fog or frost
and to heat the cabin in cold weather.
Vent Controls :
The direction of air flow from the vents
can be adjusted manually by revolving
thumb wheels / knobs.
DRIVING CONTROLS
HEATING, VENTILATION & AIR CONDITIONING
Temperature Control Knob and
Recirculation Button:
A
B
A. Temperature Control Knob
The temperature of the cabin can be
controlled by operating the temperature
control knob. The temperature can be
increased by rotating the knob towards
the red segment (clockwise) and
decreased by rotating it towards the
blue segment (anti-clockwise).
B. Recirculation Button:
When the recirculation indicator is ‘ON’,
the air within the cabin is recirculated.
When the indicator is ‘OFF’, air is being
used in from outside of the vehicle
(Fresh air mode).
Continuous operation in Recirculation
mode depletes the oxygen inside cabin
and user may feel dizzy. Whenever
discomfort is felt switch to fresh air
circulation mode.
The outside air intakes for the heating
and cooling system are at the base of
the windscreen. Keep this area clear of
leaves and other debris.
The system should be used with
recirculation air mode for faster heat up
and cool down, however keeping the
system in recirculation mode,
particularly with A/C ‘OFF’, can cause
the windows fog up.
Always switch to recirculation mode
when driving through dusty or smoky
conditions.
Blower Speed Control Knob and A.C.
ECON mode ON-OFF Button :
C
D
C. Blower Speed Control Knob :
The HVAC system has a four speed
blower. The blower speeds can be
regulated by operating the blower knob
(C) at the centre of the control panel.
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D. A.C. & ECON mode ON-OFF
Button :
HEATING, VENTILATION & AIR CONDITIONING
Air Distribution Control Knob /
Demister Button :
First Press : Normal A.C.is switched
‘ON’.
Second Press : ECON mode turns ‘ON’
with A.C..
Third Press : Both A.C. and ECON
functions are switched ‘OFF’.
Air demist/defrost windshield
(Recommended for clearing
heavy fog or snow
F. Rear Demister / Defogger Button:
Econ A.C. :
During ECON A.C. operation the system
automatically cuts off at a higher
temperature than normal A.C. The
operation can be used during mild
weather conditions for better fuel
efficiency. Comfort level may be
compromised during this operation.
E
F
E. Air Distribution Control Knob :
The air flow can be changed by turning
the air direction control knob (E) to the
desired direction.
Towards face
Towards face and feet
Towards feet
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Towards feet and windshield
(Recommended for clearing
mist on windshield)
Press the button (F) to turn ON the rear
windshield and outside rear view mirror
demister. This clears the fog / mist
formation on the rear windshield and
outside rear view mirror.
The indicator on the button turns ON
when the rear demister is ON. The
demister turns OFF automatically after
15 minutes.
DRIVING CONTROLS
HEATING, VENTILATION & AIR CONDITIONING
2) FULLY AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE CONTROL (FATC):
Controls (Fully Automatic Air Conditioning System)
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1
2
3
4
1. Temperature Control Knob
2. A.C. ON / OFF Button
3. AUTO Mode Selection Button
4. Demister / Heater Button (Rear)
5. Windshield Defroster Button
General Description :
FATC system controls the in-cabin
temperature of the vehicle automatically
and provides maximum passenger
comfort regardless of the outside
weather conditions.
5
6
7
8
9
6. Air Distribution Control Button
7. ECON (Economy)Mode Selection Button
8. Blower Speed Control Knob
9. Recirculation Button
10.Display
CAUTION
If the display flashes ‘ERR’ in periodic
pattern of 30 sec. ‘ERR’ and 5 sec.
set temperature. It indicates FATC
malfunctioning. Switch over to manual
mode and contact TATA authorised
service station.
Automatic Operation :
To put the automatic climate control in
fully-automatic mode:
1. Press the ‘AUTO’ button.
2. Set the desired temperature by
turning temperature control knob.
The display will show all the function
during ‘AUTO’ mode.
The System automatically selects the
proper mix of conditioned and / or
heated air that will, as quickly as
possible, raise or lower the interior
temperature to your preference.
When you set the temperature to its
lower limit (Lo) or its upper limit (Hi),
the system runs at full cooling or heating
only (AC ON). It doesn’t regulate the
interior temperature.
To come out of ‘AUTO’ mode, press
‘AUTO’ button again.
To turn everything OFF :
Turning the blower speed control knob
in extreme anticlockwise position will
switch ‘OFF’ the system.
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DRIVING CONTROLS
• Keep the system ‘OFF’ for short
periods only.
• To avoid stale air and collection of
mustiness from collecting, you should
have the fan running at all the times.
Semi-automatic Operation :
You can manually select various
functions of the climate control system
when it is in fully automatic mode. All
other features remain automatically
controlled. Making any manual selection
causes the word ‘AUTO’ in the display
to go out and overridden setting is
displayed. System will remain in semiautomatic mode till ‘AUTO’ is re-pressed.
A.C. ON/OFF Button :
Press the A.C. ON/OFF button to turn
the air conditioning on and off. You will
see LED on / off on knob.
Temperature Control Knob :
Turning the temperature control dial
clockwise the desired temperature will
increased by steps of 0.50 C (10 F).
User can select temperature range from
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HEATING, VENTILATION & AIR CONDITIONING
160 C to 300 C increases the temperature
of the air. Where as the anti-clockwise
direction decreases the the temperature.
Switch the recirculation mode when
driving through dusty or smoky
condition, then turn to fresh air mode.
Recirculation Button :
Blower Speed Control Knob :
When the recirculation button is
switched ‘ON’, air from the vehicle's
interior sent through out the system.
When the recirculation button is
switched ‘OFF’, air is brought in from
the outside of the vehicle (fresh mode)
Rotate the blower speed control Knob to
adjust the desired blower speed.
Whenever discomfort is felt switch to
fresh air circulation mode.
The out side air intakes for the climate
control system are at the base of
windscreen. Keep this area clear from
leaves and other debris.
The system should be used with
recirculation air mode for faster heat up
and cool down, however keeping the
system in recirculation mode,
particularly with A/C ‘OFF’, can cause
the windows fog up.
Rotate the knob clockwise to increase
the blower speed up to the MAX, where
as the anti-clockwise would reduce the
speed up to ‘OFF’.
In ‘AUTO’ mode, the FATC system will
regulate the blower speed automatically.
HEATING, VENTILATION & AIR CONDITIONING
Air Distribution Control Button :
In AUTO mode, the FATC system will
regulate the blower speed automatically.
However user override is possible with
the use of air distribution control button
to select the desired airflow mode.
Each time you press the air distribution
control button button. the display show
the mode selected.
Towards face
Towards face and feet
Towards feet
Towards feet and windshield
(Recommended for clearing
mist on windshield)
Air demist/defrost windshield
(Recommended for clearing heavy
fog or snow
Windscreen Defroster Button :
This button directs the main airflow
towards windscreen for faster defrosting.
It also overrides any mode selection you
may have made.
When you select windscreen defroster
button the system automatically switches
to fresh air mode and turn on the A.C.
When you turn ‘OFF’ the button again
the system returns to its former settings.
For your safety make sure you have a
clear view through all the windows before
driving.
Rear Window Demister Button :
This button turns the rear window
demister ‘OFF’ and ‘ON’. The system
deactivates after 15 min of continuous
operation.
ECON A.C. :
During ECON A.C. operation, the
system automatically cuts off
compressor at a higher temperature than
normal A.C. The operation can be used
during mild weather conditions for better
fuel efficiency. Comfort level may be
compromised during this operation.
DRIVING CONTROLS
Rear A.C. Operating instruction :
Rear A.C. blower control switch is
provided on the roof near interior lamp.
Desired speed can be selected for
second and third row occupants. The
cool air will come when front A.C. is ON.
Keep air vents fully closed, when and
where not required.
NOTE
HVAC system is fitted with 3
sensors.A solar sensor on top of the
dashboard on the right side of defrosts
grill and an in -vehicle sensor on the
cover of the instrument cluster. Third
one is Outside Ambient Temperature
(OAT) sensor located under the front
grill.
CAUTION
1. Do not cover or spill any liquid on
sensors.
2. Do not cover sensor, this may
cause the sensor to malfunction.
This may lead to FATC not
functioning to desired level.
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DRIVING CONTROLS
TFT / LCD Display :
The TFT / LCD screen is provided in
the central console of your vehicle. It
turns ‘ON’ when the ‘IGN’ is switched
‘ON’ and it displays DATE & TIME.
When you switch ‘ON’ infotainment
system, it displays AUDIO information
(AM / FM / CD / USB / AUX / Phone
etc.)
When you engage the reverse gear and
your vehicle is fitted with a reverse
guiding camera, it displays a wide and
actual view behind your vehicle on a TFT
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HVAC & TFT / LCD DISPLAY
(Thin Film Transistor) screen. However
If your vehicle is fitted with a reverse
guiding sensors, it displays a graphical
image on a LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)
screen.
For detailed information, please refer
‘MUSIC SYSTEM / INFOTAINMENT’
manual, which is supplied along with
the Owner’s Manual.
INTERIORS
SUNVISORS
Sun visors (Driver and Co-driver):
Vanity Mirror on passenger side
sunvisor (if applicable):
2
1
The vanity mirror is provided in the codriver side sunvisor. It has a cover flap
for protection. The lights are also
provided on the both sides of the mirror.
The lights turn ‘ON’, when vanity mirror
cover is opened and remain ON as long
as the vanity mirror cover is open.
NOTE
When not in use, keep the vanity
mirror cover in closed condition.
1. Sunvisors
2. Extensions
Two adjustable sun visors with extensions
are provided inside the cab above the
windshield to prevent sun glare. Lower
the sun visors to protect the eyes from
bright sunlight. The sun visors can also
be moved sideways towards the door.
NOTE
When not in use, keep the sunvisors
in their original position or else, they
may block driver’s vision. Push in the
extensions before folding the
sunvisors.
Vanity Mirror (Cover closed)
Vanity Mirror (Cover opened & Lights ON)
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INTERIORS
GRAB HANDLE, COAT HOOK , GOGGLE CASE & CUP HOLDER
Grab Handles & Coat Hook :
Goggle Case :
Cup holders
passengers :
for
third
row
1
2
1. Grab handle 2. Coat Hook
Grab handles are provided on all seats
except driver seat. This helps in
comfortable positoning of passengers
during a journey.
A coat hook is also provided along with
the grab handle.
NOTE
Avoid hanging of heavy goods on to
the coat hook.
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A goggle case is provided above the
driver’s door.
Cup holders are provided for both the
third row passengers. Lift the cover to
access the cuphoder .
INTERIORS
CUP HOLDER & UTILITY POCKET
Cup Holders for second row seat
middle passengers :
Utility pockets on door trims:
Utility pocket is provided on all the four
door trims, which gives you extra space
to keep magazines/ papers / drinking
water bottle etc.
A single cup holder is provided on the
centre console for second row middle
passenger. To access, push open the
lid above the rear A.C. vents.
Push down the lid when not in use.
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INTERIORS
Power Sockets:
Three power sockets are provided at the
following locations along with illumination
ring :
POWER SOCKETS
2. On centre console below A.C.
vents for middle passengers :
3. Behind left hand side third row
seat for rear passengers :
Push the cover gently and pull out the
socket cover to open and access the
power socket.
Pull out the socket cover to open and
access the power socket.
1. On centre console behind parking
brake lever for front passengers :
Push the cover gently and pull out the
socket cover to open and access the
power socket.
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The all three sockets can be used to
tab 12V supply (10A Max.) for operating
external gadgets such as cigaratte
lighter, Car fridge, Vacuum cleaner etc.
INTERIORS
GLOVE BOX & TOP STOWAGE BOX
Glove box & Top Stowage Box :
3
1
A Lamp is provided in the glove box for
illumination. This lamp will remain ON
till the glove box cover is open, which is
spring loaded.
Glove Box :
2
A regular glove box is also provided on
the dash board below glove box with
cooling facility. It can be locked with the
ignition key.
Top Stowage Box :
1. Glove Box with cooling facility
2. Glove Box
3. Top Stowage Box
A top stowage box is provided above
the glove box, where you can keep small
and loose items.
Glove Box with a cooling facility :
Glove Box with a cooling facility is
provided on the dashborad, which helps
you to keep the store cool from inside.
It cools the glove box only when the
front A/C is ON. Shut OFF the vent by
rotating the knob, whenever cooling is
not required.
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INTERIORS
INTERIOR LIGHTS - ROOF LAMPS
INTERIOR LIGHTS :
Ambient Interior Roof Lamps:
Spot Lamp / Reading Lamp :
1
2
2
The Ambient Interior roof lamps are
mounted in the roof console at the
following three different locations :
1. Near Inner rear view mirror (First
row seat)
2. Above second row seat
3. Above third row seat
1. Room Lamp 2. Spot / Reading lamp
3. Room Lamp Switch 4. Spot Lamp Switch
Near Inner rear view mirror
ON : In this position, the lamp remains
continuously ON irrespective of whether
the doors are opened or closed.
OFF : In this position, the lamp remains
continuously OFF irrespective of
whether the doors are opened or
closed.
DOOR : In this position, the lamp comes
ON when any of the doors are opened
and dims out when the door/s are
closed.
The middle switch has three positions ON, OFF and DOOR.
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The lamp has two separate switches to
operate the spot / reading lamps on
either side.
These lamps are not provided in the roof
lamp above third row seat.
4
4
3
INTERIORS
MUSIC SYSTEM
Music System :(If provided)
A music system is provided in your
vehicle in the central console.
Tweeters are provided on front 'A' pillar
and on rear doors below rear door lock
knob. Speakers are provided on
dashboard and on all the doors including
tailgate. Amplifier for music system is
located on rear left below the rear power
socket.
A seperate operator’s manual of the
music system is provided along with the
Owner’s Manual of this vehicle.
CAUTION
Insert only one CD at a time in the CD
slot.
Antenna :
Tweeter located on ‘A’ pillar
Antenna located on third quarter glass
Printed antenna is located on the left
hand side third quarter glass.
CAUTION
Do not rub the glass with a dry cloth
from inside, this may damage printed
circuit of the antenna.
Speaker located on door trim
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INTERIORS
Removal of Music System :
MUSIC SYSTEM
USB / AUX ports :
AUX port :
The AUX port can be used to attach
devices like ear / head phones, extra
speakers, etc.
2
1
Pins for removal of music system
1. USB port 2. AUX port
Music system can be removed from
your vehicle using special pins, which
are available in market.
Press both the pins simultaneously,
remove the connectors and take out the
music system.
USB and AUX Ports are provided just
below HVAC control panel on the front
console.
Functions :
USB port :
You can attach external memory devices
like memory sticks / Pen Drives, I-Pods
for playing music tracks stored in these
devices through the car’s music system.
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EXTERIORS
HEAD LAMPS, FOG LAMPS & TAIL LAMPS
Head lamps :
Fog lamps :
Tail lamps :
Front and rear fog lamps are provided
for your convenience and they can be
operated via master light switch located
on the dash board near steering column
(RH side).
1.Turn Indicator 2.Stop & rear position lamp
3. Reverse Lamp 4. Fog Lamp
1
2
4
3
1. Low beam
2. High beam
3. Parking
4. Side indicator
Head lamps are clear lens type having
multi focal reflector and are provided with
halogen bulb for providing straight ahead
illumination of the road for the long
distance or dip beam which illuminates
the road immediately ahead for short
distance visibility. It also contains side
indicator lamp and a parking lamp.
These are provided for additional
illumination and to be used during rainy
or foggy conditions.
Turn Indicator on
ORVM
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REGISTRATION PLATE LAMPS, HIGH MOUNTED STOP LAMP,
PUDDLE/DOOR LAMPS & CARGO LAMP
EXTERIORS
Registration number Plate lamps :
Puddle / Door lamps :
Cargo Lamp :
Puddle / door lamp is provided on the
entire four door trim bottom. It has two
parts, one is white at bottom and other
is red on the side. It illuminates as you
open the door. The white light at the
bottom helps you to visualize the ground
clearly. This assist the user for easy
entry and exit during night. Similarly the
red light on the side helps others to
recognize that your door is open. It
warns the traffic coming from the rear
that door is open.
The cargo lamp is provided in the
luggage space behind third row seat
near plug socket.
2
1
1.Registration / Number Plate Lamps
2. High Mounted Stop Lamp
Two concealed lamps are provided for
illumination of the rear registration /
number plate, which turns ON along with
the headlamp.
High mounted stop lamp :
High mounted stop lamp is provided on
the tail gate, and it glows whenever the
brakes are applied.
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REFLEX REFLECTOR & FUEL FLAP OPENING & CLOSING
EXTERIORS
Reflex reflectors :
Fuel flap opening / closing :
Manual Fuel flap opening :
Two reflex reflectors are provided at the
both corners of the rear bumper. They
glow by light of the vehicle coming from
behind, which helps to recognize your
vehicle on the road.
Opening :
ƒ “UNLOCK” your vehicle, using the
central locking system (by switching
“OFF” the ignition or unlocking the
driver‘s door or using the Remote).
ƒ Now by gently pushing, open the fuel
flap (fitted at left hand side of the
vehicle).
Closing :
ƒ Gently push to lock the fuel flap back
to it’s position.
ƒ It gets locked once the vehicle is
locked using the central locking.
You can open your vehicle’s fuel flap
manually, if there is a problem in the
central locking system. For this just
follow the below steps;
ƒ Open the Tail Gate
ƒ Open the Trim Cover fitted to the left
hand side behind third row seat.
ƒ Once this cover is opened, you will
find a cable with a knob near the jack.
ƒ Slightly pull this knob to open the fuel
flap.
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EXTERIORS
NOTE
The emergency fuel flap opening
cable should be used only in case of
emergency / failure of central locking
system / electrical system, to open
the fuel flap.
BONNET OPENING & CLOSING
Opening and closing the bonnet:
Opening:
1. Ensure that the vehicle is in neutral
gear with the parking brake applied.
2. Pull the bonnet release lever located
under the right hand corner of the
dash board. The bonnet will pop up
slightly.
3. Raise the bonnet slightly and with
your finger lift the secondary lock
lever located under the bonnet centre.
4. Lift the bonnet up. Balancers hold the
bonnet.
Closing:
1. To close the bonnet, hold the bonnet
and pull down it slowly.
2. Drop it from a short height to shut. It
will lock automatically. Ensure that the
bonnet is locked properly.
CAUTION
Ensure that the bonnet is properly
locked before driving. Do not press
the bonnet onto the bonnet lock.
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Location of Bonnet release lever
Bonnet release lock
SPECIAL FEATURES
IMMOBILIZER
THEFT DETERRENT SYSTEM:
Immobilizer system:
Immobilizer system is designed to
prevent car theft by electronically
disabling the engine starting system.
The engine can be started only with
car’s original Immobilizer ignition key
which has an electronic identification
programmed code.
Immobilizer system consists of following
components,
1) Immobilizer unit (ICU) – Add-on part
on the ignition switch fitted on
steering column.
2) Two Electronic keys (E-key) - To
start the car.
CAUTION
1) E-key of other cars will not start
the engine.
2) Customer should,
a. Use only one E-key .
b. The other E-key should be kept
at safe location.
c.Note down “key Tag no.”
information (and keep it safe)
which is required while getting
new / spare keys. Please note
that It is not possible to prepare
new/spare keys without “key Tag
no.”
d. Take precaution about E-keys,
as without it car cannot be
started.
E-Keys :
Unlocking Principle :
The E-keys are learned for a specific
immobilizer and are unique to the car.
The transponder inbuilt into the ignition
E-key carries a unique identification
code. The Engine management system
(EMS) and Immobilizer has common
secret code. Both these codes are used
while unlocking the car.
When key is inserted and the ignition is
switched “ON”, all the codes are
communicated within concerned
components (E-key, Immobilizer and
EMS). The engine starts only if all
codes match. In case of a mismatch of
the codes, system prevents the engine
from starting.
Loss of E- Keys :
If any one of the E-key is lost, contact
TATA dealer as soon as possible to
have the lost key deactivated and to
have the new E-key.Please note that
Second original E-key is required for
making additional E-keys.
If both the E-keys are lost, contact the
authorized TATA dealer
NOTE
Do’s and Don’ts of immobilizer
system
1. Do not turn ON ignition switch by
using electronic key with any type
of metal wound around its grip or
in contact with it. This may be
detected as abnormal condition by
immobilizer and prevent engine
from starting.
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SPECIAL FEATURES
IMMOBILIZER
2. Do not leave electronic key in ares
of high temperature.
The
transponder in E-Key will behave
abnormally when reused.
3. Do not try to start the car when the
Immobiliser indicator lamp on the
instrument cluster is glowing. In this
condition the car will not start and
the car’s battery will also be
drained due to frequent cranking.
Immobilizer system Brief :
The behavior of Immobilizer and car under “Ignition OFF and ON” conditions, is explained in table below with immobilizer
status lamp (“lock” symbol on the instrument cluster)
CAR
CONDITION
STATUS LAMP
CAR STATE
Ignition OFF
Blinking
Locked
Ignition ON
OFF
Unlocked
ON
Locked
MEANING/ FUNCTION OF THE STATE
Car Immobilized and Awaiting Electronic key
Normal Condition Ready to start the car
- Problem with key ( Wrong Ekey used to start car)
- Problem with Immobilizer system contact Tata dealer to
inspect the system
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SPECIAL FEATURES
AIRBAG (SRS)
Airbag (SRS) : (If fitted)
Passenger Airbag (PAB)
The vehicle has front airbags for both
the driver and front passenger as a
supplement to the seat belt restraint
systems. The driver’s airbag is mounted
in the center of the steering wheel. The
front passenger’s airbag is located in
front of front passenger seat inside the
dashboard,above the glove box.
The vehicle fitted with the airbags has
suitable indications on steering wheel
and on dash board. The word ‘SRS’ is
embossed on the airbag covers.
The side & curtain airbags are provided
to protect the heads of the front seat &
rear out board seat occupants in certain
side collision.
Provided that the occupants are
correctly seated with seat belts properly
worn, front airbags will provide
additional protection to the chest and
facial area of the front seat occupants
in the event of severe frontal collision.
Driver Airbag
Side Airbag on front seats (If fitted)
Curtain Airbag on ‘A’, ‘B’ & ‘C’ pillar
(If fitted)
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SPECIAL FEATURES
WARNING
• The airbag is a supplementary
restraint system that provides
ADDITIONAL protection in a severe
collision only. It does NOT replace
the need to wear a seat belt.
Relying on the airbags alone could
lead to severe injuries in a collision.
The airbags work with your seat belt
to restrain you properly. Always
wear your seat belts even though
you have airbags.
• To ensure correct deployment of
the airbags, it is essential that
obstructions are not allowed to
intervene between airbag and the
occupant. Do not put anything on
or around the front airbag covers
or attempt to open them. You may
damage the airbags and you could
be injured because the airbags are
no longer functional. These
protective covers for the airbag
cushions are designed to open only
when the airbags are inflating.
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AIRBAG (SRS)
• Seating position plays an important
role in minimizing the risk of
accidental injury. In addition to
properly worn seat belts, both driver
and front passenger should adjust
their seat to provide the maximum
practical distance from the front
airbags. Airbags need room to
inflate. Being too close to the
steering wheel or dashboard during
airbag deployment could cause
serious injury.
Passenger airbag (PAB) switch:
If it becomes necessary to fit a child
restraint on the front passenger seat,
the airbag must be de-activated using
the switch located on the left side of the
dashboard. This switch can be accessed
once codriver side door is opened.
On the contrary, when an adult is seated
in the front passenger seat, ensure that
PAB disabling switch is turned to ‘ON’
position. This will ensure that the
passenger airbag is operational in the
event of a collission.
This switch is operated using the ignition
/ remote key.
SPECIAL FEATURES
AIRBAG (SRS)
PAB operational status indicator:
‘PAB’ operational status indicator is
located on roof panel near the inner rear
view mirror. When the PAB disabling
switch is turned to ‘OFF’ position to
deactivate the passenger airbag, a
yellow LED comes ‘ON’ and when turned
to ‘ON’ position, an orange LED comes
‘ON”.
WARNING
When PAB disabling switch is turned
‘OFF’, make sure ‘PAB’ operational
status lamp illuminates with ignition
‘ON’, indicating that the passenger
airbag is NOT operational. If the
airbag SRS warning indicator in the
instrument cluster illuminates
continuously, it means that there is
malfunction in the system. Remove
the child restraint from front
passenger seat and contact your
TATA authorised dealer.
When PAB disabling switch is turned
‘ON’, the ‘PAB’ operational status
lamp turns ‘ON’ with ignition ‘ON’
indicating that the passenger airbag
is operational. If the airbag ‘SRS’
warning indicator in the instrument
cluster illuminates continuously, it
means that there is malfunction in the
system. In such case please contact
TATA authorised dealer.
Airbag warning label:
Airbag warning information is printed on
the co-driver’s sun visors.
Airbag SRS warning
indicator:
The air bag warning symbol comes on
for approximately 3 seconds when the
ignition is turned ‘ON’ and goes ‘OFF’.
WARNING
If it remain ‘ON’ or blinks, take your
vehicle to the nearest Tata Authorised
Service Centre.
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SPECIAL FEATURES
Airbag SRS system components:
The airbag ‘SRS’ system consists of the
following:
• Airbag ‘SRS’ ECU (Electronic Control
Unit)
• ‘SRS’ Indicator
• Driver Airbag
• Front Passenger Airbag
• Front Impact Sensors
• Driver and Front Passenger Seat Belt
Pretensioners with load limiters
• Supplemental Front Seat-Mounted
Side Airbags
• Side Remote Acceleration Sensors
• Electrical Wiring Harness
Airbag ‘SRS’ working:
In the event of a collision, airbag SRS
ECU monitors the rate of deceleration
induced by the collision, through impact
sensors, to determine whether the
airbags should be deployed.
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AIRBAG (SRS)
NOTE
The airbag ‘SRS’ is not designed to
operate as a result of roll - over, rear
collisions, minor frontal or side
impacts nor will it operate as a result
of heavy braking or driving over
bumps and pot holes.
Airbag inflation is virtually instantaneous
and occurs with considerable force,
accompanied by loud noise. The inflated
airbag, together with seat belts restraint
system, limit the movement of an
occupant, thereby reducing the risk of
injury.
When an airbag inflates, you may see
some smoke-like particles. The particles
are a normal by-product of the process
that generates the nontoxic gas used
for airbag inflation. These airborne
particles may irritate the skin, eyes,
nose, or throat. If you have skin or eye
irritation, rinse the area with cool water.
For nose or throat irritation, move to
fresh air. If the irritation continues, see
your doctor. Also sometimes the smoke
can cause breathing problems for
people with a history of asthma or other
breathing trouble. In such cases get
fresh air promptly.
After inflation airbags deflate
immediately thus providing a gradual
cushioning effect for the occupant. It is
not advisable to drive your vehicle after
the airbags have been deployed. If you
are involved in another collision, the
airbags will not be in place to protect
you.
WARNING
After inflation, some airbag
components are hot. DO NOT touch
them.
SPECIAL FEATURES
AIRBAG (SRS)
WARNING
Airbag SRS fitted in your car does
not
require
any
regular
maintenance, however ALWAYS
contact your TATA authorised
dealer if:
The warning indicator fails to
illuminate for 3sec when ignition
switch is turned ON.
The warning indicator remains ON
beyond 3 seconds after ignition
switch is turned ON.
The warning indicator illuminates
after the engine is started or while
the vehicle is running.
An airbag inflates
The front or side of the vehicle is
damaged, even if airbag has not
inflated.
Any part of airbag module cover
shows sign of cracking or
damage.
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WARNING
Do not fit any bull bars or other after
market accessories at front side of
the vehicle. This may affect the
proper deployment of the airbag.
Never place any loose object on the
dash board in front of co-driver seat.
It may result an injury from the object
when it is forced towards you by
the inflating airbag.
Do not cover the steering wheel or
dashboard with an object, which
may prevent the proper deployment
of the airbag.
Never try to repair any component
or part of the SRS yourself. Any
interferance in the system could
cause malfunction and serious
injury. All work on SRS should be
performed by TATA authorised
dealer.
The use of seat covers on the front
seat may affect side air bag
deployment.
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Never hang heavy items to the grab
handles. This could affect
deployment of the side curtain air
bags.
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SPECIAL FEATURES
Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) (if
equipped):
In addition to the conventional hydraulic
brake system, an Anti-lock Braking
System (ABS) incorporating Electronic
Brake Distribution (EBD) is provided on
Tata Aria (ABS version).
During normal braking the Electronic
Brake Distribution (EBD) limits the level
of braking force transmitted to the rear
wheels. ‘EBD’ moderates the braking
forces at the rear axle depending upon
the load condition and available traction
at the rear wheels.
During emergency braking the Anti-lock
Braking System (ABS) regulates the
braking force for each individual wheel.
In doing so the system optimizes the
level of braking being achieved while
maintaining a stable, controllable
vehicle. Where ‘EBD’ only acts on the
rear wheels the ABS is able to control
each wheel individually. Both the ‘EBD’
and the ‘ABS’ functions work by
continuously monitoring and comparing
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ANTI-LOCK BRAKING SYSTEM (ABS)
the four individual wheel speeds and
reacts when a wheel is detected as
loosing traction with the road surface,
which happens when a wheel tends to
lock during braking.
To avoid the wheels from locking and
prevent the vehicle from skidding ABS
is provided. It prevents the wheels from
locking and maintains the steerability of
the vehicle thereby helping the driver to
maintain stability of the vehicle while
bringing it to a stop in the safest possible
way.
NOTE
Durning Cranking ABS, EBD
warning lamps might glow for a few
seconds.
In order to obtain the maximum benefit
from your ‘ABS’ system in an
emergency situation, do not attempt
to modulate the brake pressure by
pumping the brake pedal. Press
brake pedal continuously as hard as
possible or as the situation demands.
When ABS intervention is necessary
the warning lamp will not illuminate
but the driver will feel the brake pedal
pulsating and may hear an audible
sound from the modulator indicating
that ABS control is taking place.
ABS and EBD
Warning Lights:
The ABS and EBD warning lamps will
illuminate for a system check for
approximately 3 seconds, when the
ignition is switched ‘ON’. Both lamps will
then go ‘OFF’ to indicate the system is
healthy. As the EBD lamp is shared with
the Park brake lamp & brake fluid level
warning, so this will not go ‘OFF’ until
the park brake is released and fluid level
in reservoir is approximately at Max
Level.
CAUTION
In case of an ‘ABS’ or ‘EBD’ failure
the warning lamp will illuminate in
instrument cluster. In that case please
pullover the vehicle to the side of road
and switch off the ignition and restart.
SPECIAL FEATURES
ANTI-LOCK BRAKING SYSTEM (ABS)
If the fault persists, your brake system
may not be working properly, hence
it is dangerous to drive the vehicle.
However if you feel and judge that it
is safe to drive, then take the vehicle
carefully to the nearest TATA
authorised Service station for repair.
Otherwise get your vehicle towed as
driving the vehicle with this fault could
be dangerous.
possible which is constrained by
the road conditions, vehicle’s tyres
and brakes.
• The additional control provided by,
‘ABS’ must never be exploited in a
dangerous or reckless manner
which could jeopardise the safety
of driver, other road users or
pedestrians.
WARNING
• ‘ABS’ is an aid to retaining steering
control and stability while braking.
• ‘ABS’ will not prevent accidents
resulting from excessive cornering
speeds, following another vehicle
too closely or aquaplaning, i.e.
where a layer of water prevents
adequate contact between tire and
road surface
• ‘ABS’ will not improve braking
performance or stopping distance
beyond that which is physically
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SPECIAL FEATURES
Electronic Stability Program (if
equipped):
The Electronic Stability Program (ESP)
monitors information from various
vehicle sensors and then compares the
driver’s commands with actual behavior
of the vehicle. If an unstable condition
occurs like a sudden evasive movement,
ESP intervenes within fraction of
seconds via Engine Control Unit, Brake
system & TOD Transfer case (if
equipped) and attempts to stabilize the
vehicle. ESP also assists in maintaining
traction while accelerating on loose or
slippery road surfaces.
CAUTION
In case of an ESP system failure the
warning lamp will illuminate in
instrument cluster. In that case please
pullover the vehicle to the side of road
and switch off the ignition and restart.
If the fault persists, your ESP system
may not be working properly,take the
vehicle carefully to the nearest TATA
authorised Service station for repair.
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ELECTRONIC STABILITY PROGRAM (ESP)
NOTE
Durning Engine Cranking ESP
warning lamps might glow for a few
seconds.
ESP Indicators :
When ignition is turned ON, the ESP
indicator on the instrument cluster glows
for a few seconds and goes OFF. If the
ESP indicator does not come ON or
remains ON when the ignition is turned
ON, there may be a fault in the ESP
system. In such a case, please take your
vehicle to a Tata Authorized Service
station immediately.
ESP Operation:
During ESP intervention the following
actions may occur;
ƒ ESP indicator starts flashing.
• A slight noise from ESP / ABS
modulator may be heard, which is
only the effect of brake control and
indicates nothing unusual.
•
Engine may not respond to
accelerator in the usual way.
ƒ Cruise Control Setting gets disabled.
WARNING
ESP is just a driving aid; it cannot
enhance your vehicle’s stability in all
conditions and does not control your
car’s entire braking system. It is still
your responsibility to drive and corner
at reasonable speeds and leave a
sufficient margin of safety. Always use
precautionary measures for safe
driving by slowing down on curved,
snowy or icy roads.
ESP and tyre sizes:
If you drive your vehicle with a non
specified tyres or wheel sizes, the ESP
system may not work properly. When
replacing tyres, always ensure to use
only recommended tyre sizes.
SPECIAL FEATURES
CRUISE CONTROL
Cruise Control (if equipped):
Cruise Control is a user friendly function
meant to reduce driver fatigue,
especially when traversing long
distances. The Cruise Control System
allows you to program your car to
maintain a constant / desired speed
without resting your foot on the
accelerator pedal.
Cruise Control can be activated in
following gears and speeds :
Gear
1st Gear
2nd Gear
3rd Gear
4th Gear
5th Gear
Allowable Speed
Range (km/h)
No cruise control
No cruise control
32 - 110
38 - 150
45 - 160
WARNING
If Cruise Control function is not used
properly, it can be dangerous and
may cause an accident.
Do not use the Cruise Control function
on busy, winding and slippery roads,
for going up or down a hill, and in
heavy rain or bad weather. Use only
when traveling on open highways in
good weather.
Cruise Control Switch on Steering
Wheel :
Cruise Control Master Switch on
Combi-Switch :
Using Cruise Control:
Step 1: Activating Cruise Control
Cruise Control Master Switch is located
on the right stalk of combi switch. Rotate
the switch to “ON” position.
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Step 2: Setting Cruise Speed
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1. Cruise setting / Speed decreasing switch
2. Cruise resetting / Speed increasing switch
3. Cruise control cancelling switch
Attain the desired speed manually and
press the “SET” button on Steering wheel
switches to set the desired Cruise
Speed. The cruise indicator
on
instrument cluster will come “ON” to
indicate that the vehicle is in Cruise
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Control Mode. Now you can release the
accelerator pedal.
Step 3: Changing the set Cruise
speed
The set cruise speed can be adjusted
(i.e. increased or decreased) using ‘+’
(to increase) and ‘-’ (to decrease)
buttons on Steering wheel. The set cruise
speed increases and decreases by 2
kmph on single press, the ‘+’ & ‘–’ “button
is pressed. The changed speed will be
shown on the speedometer. Keeping the
button pressed, increases or decreases
the speed continuously till the button is
released. The set speed can also be
increased by pressing the accelerator
pedal till the desired speed is achieved
and then pressing the “SET” button. The
set speed can also be decreased by
pressing the clutch or brake pedal (The
cruise indicator will go off) and slowing
down to desired speed and then
pressing the “SET” button (The cruise
indicator will come “ON” again).
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CRUISE CONTROL
Step 4: Canceling the cruise control:
Cruise control can be cancelled in three
ways:
a. Depressing Clutch or Brake Pedal.
b. Pressing the “CANCEL” button on
Steering Wheel.
c. Turning “OFF” the Cruise Switch on
the Combi switch.
d. Cruise control gets cancelled when
ESP/ TCS system is active.
Step 5: Resuming the Set Cruise
Speed :
Cruise speed can be resumed only if
cruise control is cancelled by depressing
Clutch or Brake Pedal. To resume the
previously set cruise speed, accelerate
the vehicle to a speed above 35 kmph
and press “RES” button.
CAUTION
Cruise Switch on combi switch must
always be in “OFF” position when not
in use.
NOTE
• While going up or down on a slope
(e.g. hill), Cruise Control may not be
able to maintain the SET speed and
may be deactivated. Cruise Control
can be reactivated using ‘SET / RES’
button provided on steering wheel.
In such cases use accelerator for
increasing speed (when going up)
and brakes to decrease (when going
down). If brakes are used Cruise
Control is turned off.
• Even when your Vehicle’s Cruise
Control is ON, you can use the
accelerator to increase its speed,
especially while overtaking. Once
you take your foot off the accelerator
pedal, the Vehicle will return to the
set cruise speed.
• In order to decrease the speed
quickly, use the brakes as you
normally do.
• Cruise Control will be cancelled if you
rest your foot on the clutch or brake
pedal.
SPECIAL FEATURES
TORQUE 0N DEMAND (TOD)
Torque - On - Demand (TOD)
Transfercase : (If Equipped)
The “TOD” is a part time Torque on
demand Transfer case, responsible for
distributing torque between the front and
rear axles. The Torque-On- Demand
system is an electrically actuated clutch
mechanism that is used to control the
speed differential of the front and rear
outputs of a transfer case. According to
the driving conditions this system
automatically and smoothly delivers twowheel / four-wheel drive operations with
the help of ECU & Electromagnetic
clutch. In 4 X 4 / Auto mode, whenever
any slippage is detected in the rear
wheels (in icy roads, wet surfaces, etc.)
the torque is transferred to the front
wheels by the TOD system.
Using TOD system:
TOD System provides two operating
positions i.e. 4 X 2 Mode and 4 X 4
(Auto) mode.
To activate 4 X 2 mode, press “4 X 2”
switch provided on your vehicle’s facia,
the LED on the switch turns “ON”. In
this mode, the engine power is supplied
to the rear wheels only.
To activate 4 X 4 / Auto mode, again
press “4 X 2” switch provided on your
vehicle’s facia, the LED on the switch
goes “OFF”. In this mode, the engine
power is supplied to both front & rear
wheels, based on the driving conditions.
At Ignition On , TOD shall attain the mode
(4x4 or 4x2) that it was in when you last
switched OFF the ignition.
TOD Indicator:
TOD indicator turns “ON” when there is
a malfunction in the TOD system. In
such a case, please take your vehicle
to a Authorized Service station.
NOTE
When TOD is in “4 X 4 / Auto” mode
& Ignition switch is in “ON” position,
you will hear a slight noise from the
Axle connect mechanism. Similarly
you will hear same noise while
changing over from 4 X 2 to 4 X 4 /
Auto mode and vice-versa.
4 X 2 mode is active.
LED comes ‘ON’.
CAUTION
While changing over from ‘4X2’ to
‘4X4/AUTO’ or vice-versa, the vehicle
speed should be below 80kmph.
4 X 4 / Auto mode is
active.
LED goes ‘OFF’.
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SPECIAL FEATURES
RAIN & LIGHT SENSOR
RAIN & LIGHT SENSORS :(If fitted)
Your vehicle is fitted with a Rain & Light
sensor, just below the wind screen and
above the dash board.
Wiper Speed settings
Auto front wipe function: (If Fitted)
The Rain sensor is an optical system
that automatically operates your
vehicle’s wipers when it detects
raindrops falling on the windscreen. The
Auto front wipe gets enabled only when
you keep the left hand side wiper stalk
in the Auto position and ignition is “ON”.
Auto wipe has 4 positions and 3 wiper
speed settings:
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(Vehicles having Auto Front wipe will not
be fitted with an intermittent wipe speed
selector).
The wiper stalk will also provide five; rain
sensitivity/frequency settings to allow
you to select the sensitivity of the auto
wipe system. P1, P2, P3, P4 & P5 are
the different sensitivity levels that you
can select from the left hand stalk of
Combi Switch. P5 is the lowest
sensitivity and P1 the highest sensitivity
mode.
P1, P2, P3, P4 & P5 levels
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
These will vary the amount of rain that
must be detected by the rain light sensor
before the auto wipe system turns “ON”.
The speed of wiping will be varied
depending on the intensity / frequency
of rain falling.
NOTE
In case of loss of signal from the Rain
and Light sensor, the wipers will
sweep in different interval mode as
per the sensitivity you select or, till
a valid signal is received from the
Rain Light sensor.
RAIN & LIGHT SENSOR & REVERSE GUIDING SYSTEM
SPECIAL FEATURES
Auto Light function :
• The light sensor is an optical sensor
that automatically switches “ON” or
“OFF” the head lamps whenever it
senses the surrounding light intensity.
(e.g. when the vehicle enters a tunnel
or when it is twilight).
• Auto Light function is activated if the
auto light switch is in auto mode on
the Master Light switch.
NOTE
In case of loss of signal from the Rain
and Light sensor, the low beam and
parking lights will be ‘ON’
automatically. Also user can operate
manual high beam through
combination switch. In case of major
electrical failure, manual high beam
cannot be operated.
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SPECIAL FEATURES
REVERSE GUIDING SYSTEM
The camera can view 920 vertical view
angle and 1240 horizontal view angle.
Reverse Guiding System :
Parking Distance Control with
Camera (if equipped) :
This system consists of a rear view
camera mounted below chrome garish
on the tailgate and a display monitor on
the centre console of the dashboard.
Rear view on TFT screen
CAUTION
Ultrasonic sensors fitted on rear bumper
The monitor turns ‘ON’ automatically
when the ignition is ‘ON’. After engaging
reverse gear, the camera provides you
with a wide view of what is behind your
vehicle. It reduces the risk of colliding
against anything that is not easily visible
from the vehicle’s rear view mirrors.
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• Parking aids is for guidance only,
and are not intended to replace
the driver ’s visual checks for
obstructions when maneuvering.
• Always be vigilant when reversing.
• It is driver's responsibility to detect
obstacles and estimate the vehicle's
distance from them while reversing.
Some overhanging objects or
barriers, which could possibly
cause damage to the vehicle, may
not be detected by the camera.
SPECIAL FEATURES
REVERSE GUIDING SYSTEM
Parking Distance Control with
Sensors (if equipped):
Operating Instructions
1. Switch ‘ON’ the ignition, display will
show the TATA logo indicating the
system is working fine. On engaging
the reverse gear, system will get
activated automatically. When the
obstacle comes in the sensing zone,
system starts giving an audio &
display indication.
2. Buzzer ON / OFF
switch
Ultrasonic sensors fitted on rear bumper
Ultrasonic sensor based reveres guiding
system is designed to aid safe driving
while reversing the vehicle. The system
alerts and show you the distance from
obstacles while reversing the vehicle at
low speed. It includes four sensors, a
controller, buzzer and a display. The
system is designed to give both audible
and visual signal, when the rear bumper
of the vehicle comes closer to an object.
The system is automatically activated
when the reverse gear is engaged.
Buzzer ON / OFF switch is located on
facia switch (below Infotainment system)
is a master switch. Park assist system
enables the Buzzer automatically on
every ignition cycle.
NOTE
Please note, objects less than one
metre in height and 20 mm width /
diameter may not be detected by the
Reverse Parking Sensor.
Zone
1
2
3
4
Distance
Between
Obstacle &
Rear bumper
120 cm
80 cm
40 cm
30 cm
Buzzer beep
Frequency
Low frequency
High frequency
Continuous beep
Not guaranteed
Obstacle can’t be detected it is too high
Buzzer
LED
Enabled
ON
Disabled
OFF
Buzzer is used for audible warning which
is controlled by buzzer ON / OFF switch.
Buzzer sound time duration depends on
the obstacle distance. Buzzer can be
switched ‘OFF’ by pressing this switch.
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CAUTION
1. In case of bumpers fitted with
ultrasonic sensors (4 Nos), the
system performance is dependent
on the reflection of ultrasonic waves
from the obstacle.
2. System cannot sense
a) Wire mesh, handrail, small
objects & some obstacle which are
coming too much below or too
much above the bumper level.
b) Ostacles like cotton, wool, foam,
textile or spongy surface which will
absorb ultrasonic waves easily.
c) Pot holes or the trenches or
drainages which are below the
ground level.
3. System may give wrong signal
on reversing :
a) When the vehicle on grasslands
& bumpy roads.
b) While vehicle moving from plain
ground to slope like backing up
downhill or vice versa.
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c) When the bumper is tilted more
than the normal position or when
the vehicle is heavily overloaded.
d) When the temperature of the
obstacle is high as hot surfaces
reflect fewer sound waves less
than cold surfaces.
e) If there is an excessive increase
in humidity as it increases the
sound speed (max. by 2%) as
compared to dry air.
f) When the vehicle is equipped
with high power radio antenna on
rear side.
g) If sensor is at extreme
temperatures: below -30°Celsius or
above 80°Celsius.
4. System may give false alarm during
the heavy rain conditions, during
the snow conditions or heavy wind
conditions.
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WARNING
This system is strictly a driver
assistance device. It is not a
substitute of driver’s responsibility
while driving. Under no
circumstances
will
the
manufacturer
accept
any
responsibility or can be held liable
for any direct or indirect, incidental
or consequential damage caused
by negligent use of this system.
Clean the sensors properly and
keep them free from ice, dust, mud,
water, chewing gum etc. for
proper working of the system.
Please practice reverse parking
using different obstacles to grasp
the system performance.
Pressing the sensor on active
region may damage the sensors &
may hamper its sensing range
causing the system to malfunction.
Always STOP your vehicle when a
continuous beep is heard. As it
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indicates an object at dangerous
distance not more than 1M from the
rear bumper.
6. Never use high pressure water to
clean the sensors and also never
use hammer on it.
4. Graphics on LCD:
Just Detected
LCD display graphic representation for the
obstacle coming close to the bumper are
shown below :
Sensor Malfunction
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DRIVING
SAFETY CHECKS BEFORE DRIVING:
Check :
1. Tyre pressure and condition of tyres.
2. Coolant level.
3. Engine oil level.
4. Brake fluid level.
5. Water in windshield washer reservoir.
6. Power steering oil level.
7. Battery electrolyte level.
8. Ensure sufficient Fuel.
Adjust:
1. Adjust your seat position.
2. Check adjustment of all rear view
mirrors.
3. Check and adjust steering height.
Ensure:
1. Bonnet is properly closed and locked.
2. All doors are properly closed and
locked.
3. Check that the items you may be
carrying inside with you are stored
properly or fastened securely.
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SAFETY CHECKS
4. Seat belts are fastened.
5. All mirrors, windows and outside lights
are clean and unobstructed. Remove
dust, frost, snow or ice if any, on
these.
6. All switches and lamps are working
7. All the gauges and indicators in the
instrument cluster are working.
8. Gear shift lever is in neutral position.
9. Parking brake is released.
Windshield/wiper/windshield
washer:
Always keep windshield glass clean to
avoid any distortion in visibility. Ensure
proper working of wipers and condition
of wiper blade. Ensure that windshield
washer reservoir is full. Do not operate
wiper alone when the windshield glass
is dry, this may damage the windshield.
Headlights:
Keep headlight lenses clean. Check for
operation of headlamps in both high/low
beam condition. Check for correct
focusing of headlamps. Use only
recommended type of bulbs. Do not use
the high beam unless it is inevitable, as
its dazzle may glare the driver of an
oncoming vehicle, thus causing an
accident.
Side indicators / Hazard warning:
Ensure that all side indicators/ hazard
warning lights are in working condition
and they are used when required.
Horn:
Ensure the horn is working properly.
Horn provides safety to other road users
by alerting your presence.
Brakes:
Ensure brakes are working properly. Do
not drive the vehicle when brake
warning lamp is ‘ON’.
Tyres:
Check the condition of tyres for any
abnormalities. Maintain correct tyre
pressure. Do not use worn or bald tyres,
especially on the front wheels.
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SAFETY CHECKS
First Aid Kit:
A first aid kit is provided in your vehicle.
This is for use in case of minor injuries.
It should be regularly checked and
updated.
Documents:
Always carry car registration papers,
insurance, valid PUC certificate and
driving license with you.
Mobile phones:
Parking on slopes:
While parking, if your vehicle facing
uphill, it is advisable to switch off the
engine and engage reverse gear.
While parking, if your vehicle facing
down hill, it is advisable to switch off the
engine and engage lower forward gear.
DRIVING SAFETY :
Seat Belt:
Seat-belts are life saving equipment. Use
of seat-belt reduces the chance of injury
and severity of injury in case of an
accident. It is strongly recommended
that all the vehicle occupants always
wear seat-belts when car is in motion.
Influence of Alcohol / Drugs:
Avoid driving under the influence of
alcohol or drugs. Alcohol and drugs will
severely affect your reflex actions. This
will impair your control of the car and
increase the risk of injury to yourself
and others.
Avoid using mobile phones while driving
a vehicle. This could divert your
attention from the road and result in an
accident.
Fatigue 'Rest Revive Survive':
Do not attempt driving when you feel
tired, sleepy. Long distance driving can
tire you very much and fatigue can dull
your reflexes and judgment. Take rest
and get refreshed at regular intervals.
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DRIVING
Fuel economy :
Your vehicle’s fuel economy depends
mainly on your style of driving, where
you drive and when you drive.
Each of these factors affects how many
kilometers you can get from a litre of
fuel. To operate your vehicle as
economically as possible, the driving
suggestions below will be useful.
• Do not warm up your vehicle’s engine
for a long time. Start driving once the
engine is running smoothly. Engine
warm up may take a little more time
on colder days.
• Gently press the accelerator pedal
after stopping
• Get your vehicle serviced as per the
Service Schedule. This not only
increases the life of all parts but also
lowers your operating costs.
• Avoid using the Air Conditioner
unnecessarily
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FUEL ECONOMY
• Lower your vehicle’s speed when
driving on rough roads.
• Keep the tyres inflated to their
recommended pressure. This also
helps in better tyre life and fuel
economy.
• Maintain a safe distance from other
vehicle’s to avoid sudden stops. This
will reduce wear on brake linings and
pads. Driving in such a way will also
save fuel because extra fuel is
required to accelerate back to driving
speed.
• Do not carry unnecessary weight in
your vehicle.
• Do not rest your foot on the brake and
clutch pedal while driving. This causes
brakes and clutch to wear out faster.
Your car’s fuel economy is also
affected.
• Improperly aligned wheels result is
uneven tread wear and poor fuel
economy. Check your car’s wheel
alignment regularly.
• As far as possible roll up your vehicle’s
windows when traveling at high
speeds. This improves the fuel
economy of your car.
• Reduce your vehicle’s speed when the
wind is blowing against the direction
in which your car is going.
Gear
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
Running-in
Fuel Economy
speeds (Kmph) speeds (Kmph)
4X4
4X2
4X4
4X2
20
20
40
35
30
30
60
55
40
40
80
75
50
50
110
100
60
60
DRIVING
STARTING / STOPPING THE ENGINE
Starting the Engine:
•
Ensure that the vehicle is in Neutral
gear for safe starting.
•
Do not press the accelerator pedal.
•
Wait till glow plug indicator goes OFF
•
Keep the clutch pedal fully pressed
and crank the engine. Release the
key as soon as engine starts. While
cranking, all accessories will be
momentarily ‘OFF’.
NOTE
The Starter Protection System fitted in
this vehicle does not allow you to crank
the engine until you fully press the
clutch pedal.
• If the engine does not start
immediately, hold the ignition key at
crank position for 10 secs. This will
help to start the engine if starter
motor is in fail-safe condition
operation.
• In case of unsuccessful/delayed
engine start, kindly contact authorized
TATA MOTORS Service Centre
Starter Protection system:
This Starter Protection system provides
the following safety conditions :
1. Automatic disengagement of starter
motor once the engine is started to
avoid over-running of starter motor
2. Not allowing starter motor to engage
when engine is running
3. No starter motor function when
vehicle is in running condition.
4. Not allowing starter motor to crank
the engine under low battery condition
(below 6.5V) to avoid further draining
of battery
NOTE
After starting, run the engine in idle
speed for at least 30 seconds. Do not
press accelerator pedal while starting
the engine to avoid damage to
turbocharger (in case of diesel cars).
Stopping the Engine:
Before switching OFF the engine, run
the engine in idle condition for atleast
30 seconds and then switch OFF. This
will allow the engine oil to lubricate the
turbocharger, till its speed is fully
reduced and also allow the unit to cool
down.
The above precautions will ensure
satisfactory life and performance from
the turbocharger.
Preparing to Drive :
• Release the parking brake.
• Before entering the vehicle, check and
clear any obstructions that may not
be visible from the driver's seat.
• Before driving off check in the rear
view mirror, for oncoming traffic.
Switch on side indicator signal when
getting into main stream of traffic.
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DRIVING
Parking :
• Park the vehicle in a safe place.
• Apply the parking brake.
• Ensure that all window glasses are
closed and all lamps are turned OFF.
• At night, put on the parking lights if
required.
• Remove the key from the ignition
switch.
• Place wheel chocks at the wheels if
parked on a slope.
CAUTION
• Do not leave the key inside the
vehicle.
• Do not leave children unsupervised
inside the vehicle.
• When parking on a level ground, you
may place the gear lever in "Neutral"
position. When parking on a
downhill gradiant, place the gear lever
in ‘Reverse’ position. When parking
on uphill gradiant, place the gear
lever in the ‘1st’ position.
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STARTING / STOPPING THE ENGINE & PARKING
DRIVING
STARTING / STOPPING THE ENGINE & PARKING
Running-in Period:
Avoid rapid acceleration and prolonged
high speed running of the engine while
using the new vehicle for the first 15001800 km of operation.
Do not exceed the following road speeds
during running in period.
Gear
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
Running-in
speeds (Kmph)
4X4
4X2
20
20
40
35
60
55
80
75
110
100
Before you shift to reverse gear, bring
your vehicle to a complete stop and
depress the clutch pedal fully.
Do not shift into reverse gear when the
vehicle is moving forward.
While shifting the gears, it is
recommended to shift at the speeds
given in the table.
You can get extra braking from the
engine when slowing down by shifting
to a lower gear.
This can help you to maintain a safe
speed and prevent your brakes from
overheating while going down a steep hill.
Gear Shifting Speeds :
Gear
1st - 2nd
2nd - 3rd
3rd - 4th
4th - 5th
Gear
CAUTION
• Avoid excessive revving up of engine
rpm.
• Idling the engine for long duration
must be avoided.
2nd - 1st
3rd - 2nd
4th - 3rd
5th - 4th
Vehicle Speeds
During Upshit
20
40
60
80
Vehicle Speeds
During Downshit
15
30
45
70
NOTE
While driving at higher gears, if the
engine speed suddenly drops, the
engine may stall and will be switched
‘OFF’. This is done to safe guard the
transmission system.
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DRIVING
Brakes :
The brake system on your vehicle is an
advanced dual circuit, vertical split
vacuum assisted hydraulic brake
system.
It is equipped with:
Brake booster: This assists the driver
in braking with an ergonomic pedal
force on brake pedal;
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Tandem Master Cylinder, for fail safe
braking.
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Twin pot calipers in front and single
pot callipers in rear, for efficient
energy absorption.
However, in failure of one circuit, the
pedal will be lighter to press, pedal travel
will be higher and stopping distance will
increase. At the same time brake
indication light would glow on dash
board.
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BRAKES & BRAKING
If you observe any abnormality in brake
system, contact your nearest TATA
Authorized Service Centre. In case of
failure of vacuum supply to the brake
booster the car can still be
stopped with a higher pedal effort. In
case of vacuum failure or brake circuit
failure, slow down the vehicle by shifting
to lower gear and lifting your foot from
the accelerator pedal. Pull to the side
of the road as soon as it is safe. Put
your foot on brake pedal to apply brake.
Do not ride with brakes applied as they
may overheat and the performance may
be impaired. The brake lights may
confuse the other road users behind
you. Use engine to assist the brakes by
shifting to a lower gear and lifting your
foot from accelerator pedal.
Constant application of brakes while
going down the hill builds heat and
reduces braking efficiency.
Check your brakes after driving through
deep water. Apply the brakes
moderately to feel that they are normal.
If not, apply them gently and frequently
until they do. With wet brakes you should
be extra cautious and alert while driving.
CAUTION
Brake system failure is hazardous
and needs immediate attention. In the
event of brake system failure,
a) Have your vehicle towed OR
b) Be extremely cautious in case you
have to drive the car.
DRIVING
DRIVING IN ADVERSE CONDITIONS
Driving Through Water :
Never venture to drive through water
when it flows over stones on a bridge.
Your vehicle’s engine may get seriously
damaged if attempted to drive through
deep water.
If at all the situation demands that you
have to drive through water then;
• Keep engine in fast idling and crawl
the vehicle in low gear.
• After driving through water apply
brakes several times to dry liners and
to regain original braking.
• Do not attempt to start the engine if
vehicle gets flooded due to water.
Tow the vehicle to a safe place.
• Take the vehicle to nearest TATA
MOTORS authorised workshop to
check entry of water in cylinders.
• If water has entered the engine or
transaxle, the lubricants will have to
be replaced.
• Get the starter and alternator
checked.
Night Driving :
• Dip the head lamp for oncoming
traffic during night driving.
Driving on a Rainy Day :
• Maintain a speed such that you can
stop within illuminated distance of
head lamps.
• Check brakes, steering and
windows.Check tyres for wear and
tyre pressure.
• Use head lamp main/dip beam to
alert other road users on turns/cross
roads etc.
• Check wiper blades for proper
functioning.
• Use side indicators for lane change
or turning. Put ON hazard warning
switch in case of hazardous parking
or if your vehicle is disabled to warn
the passing traffic.
• Avoid harsh braking and sharp turns.
It may cause loss of control and lead
to a skid.
• For slowing down, shift to lower gears
and brake gently.
• Keep head lights ON if visibility is
poor.
Climbing Sharp Gradients on Loose
Surfaces:
• Start off smoothly in any suitable
gear. Apply power smoothly so that
there is no loss of traction by overrevving of the engine.
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DRIVING
• Choose as smooth a slope as
possible and select the appropriate
gear so that gear changing in the
middle of the climb is not required.
DRIVING IN ADVERSE CONDITIONS
make a quick shift to reverse and
allow the car to move back with the
control of engine compression.
Descending Sharp Gradients :
• Changing gears in the middle of the
climb can cause loss of momentum
and engine stalling. Shifting to a
lower gear has to be done cautiously
to avoid loss of traction.
• Depending on the severity of the
gradient, shift into appropriate gear.
Use engine braking judiciously
without over-revving the engine.
• Never move the vehicle diagonally
across a hill. The danger is in loss of
traction and sideways slippage,
possibly resulting in tipping over. If
unavoidable, choose as mild an
angle as possible and keep the car
moving.
• Brake application under such
situations should be done very
smoothly to avoid loss of control.
Select appropriate gear so that gear
changing or clutch disengagement is
not involved while descending the
gradient.
• If the wheels start to slip within few
feet of the end of the climb, motion
can be maintained by swinging the
steered wheels left and right, thereby
providing increased grip.
• If the vehicle stalls or losses
headway while climbing a steep hill,
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ADVANCE WARNING TRIAGLE, JACK & TOOL
Advance Warning Triangle :
Tools :
The advance warning triangle is kept in
the storage area behind the 3rd row seat.
Following tools are provided with your
vehicle.
Jack :
1. Wheel Spanner
2. Extension Rod for spare wheel
removal
3. Reversible Screw Driver
4. Handle for operating jack
5. Tow Hook
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
While jacking the vehicle, occupant have
to fix the wheel spanner with jack handle.
The jack is kept in the rear luggage space
of your vehicle. Open the tail gate and
lift the cover of the storage box to access
the scissor jack.
For fixing the wheel spanner with jack
handle align the spring loaded ball
provided on jack handle with notch on
wheel spanner and then insert.
Kindly refer operating instructions
provided on the sticker, which is fixed
on the jack itself.
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IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
IF YOU HAVE FLAT TYRES & REMOVAL OF SPARE WHEEL
IF YOU HAVE A FLAT TYRE
Removal of Spare wheel:
Reduce vehicle speed gradually keeping
it is a straight line. Move cautiously off
the road to safe place away from traffic.
Park the vehicle on a level and firm
ground. Apply parking brake and
engage 1st gear.
Turn on Hazard warning switch. Keep
advance-warning triangle at least 50
meters behind the car as an indication
of breakdown.
Take out the tool kit, jack and handle
from the car which is kept in the luggage
compartment.
Spare wheel is located below the rear
luggage space floor and behind rear
bumper.
Spare wheel removal procedure :
1. Open the tail gate and storage box
cover, remove the anti-theft rubber
lock.
4. Rotate the handle anti-clockwise to
lower the spare wheel till it rests on
the ground.
2. Remove the window cover provied on
the rear bumper to access the spare
wheel bracket.
3. Insert the spare wheel handle with
extension through the window.
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JACKING THE VEHICLE & CHANGING WHEEL
5. Remove the holding bracket from the
spare wheel and get the spare wheel
seperated.
Jacking the vehicle and changing
wheel:
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
While jacking the vehicle, following
precautions are to be taken :
1. Park the vehicle on a firm, leveled and
non-slippery surface.
2. Turn ON hazard warning switch.
3. Apply parking brake and engage 1st
gear.
4. Keep advance-warning triangle at
least 50 meters behind the vehicle as
an indication of breakdown.
Jacking Point - Front
5. Ensure that the all passengers get
down from the vehicle.
4. Block the wheel which diagonally
opposite to the flat tyre by using
chocks.
After confirming the above conditions,
you can go for jacking up the vehicle.
Jacking Point - Rear
Set the jack properly at correct jack point
as shown for front or rear wheel. The
jacking points are located approximately
950 mm behind the front wheel and 700
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IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
mm ahead of the rear wheel. Slowly lift
the vehicle with the help of jack handle.
Remove wheel-mounting nuts and takeout flat tyre.
Roll the spare wheel into position and
align the holes in the wheel with studs.
Reinstall the wheel nuts (taper end
inward) and tighten them as much as
you can by hand.
NOTE
Before using the jack, please read the
instructions on the sticker provided on
the jack.
Lower the jack completely and tighten
the wheel nuts one by one using wheel
spanner. Press fit the wheel cover back
(if fitted).
Restore all the tools and jack at their
respective location.
Place the flat tyre at spare wheel
location and place the anti-theft lock to
its place.
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JACKING THE VEHICLE & CHANGING WHEEL
CAUTION
Check and correct tyre pressure and
nut tightness of the changed wheel as
per recommendation at a nearest
service station. Get the flat tyre
repaired at the earliest.
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
TOWING THE VEHICLE
Towing the Car :
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For towing a car, the best way is to
use a wrecker.
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Alternatively, use a rigid tow bar.
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Avoid using a flexible cable or rope
as your car may crash into the car
towing your car when it stops
suddenly.
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Switch ON the hazard warning
signals of both the cars to warn other
road users.
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Where possible, keep the engine
idling so that power steering
assistance and brake vacuum are
available.
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Limit the speed to 20-30 kmph.
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In case of brake failure, use the
parking brake to control the car.
Location of Tow Hooks:
Tow Hook Attachment Location at Front
Tow Hook Attachment Location at Rear
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IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
RESETTING INERTIA SWITCH
In Case of Emergency :
Resetting the Inertia Switch :
Your ARIA is fitted with an Inertia Switch,
which will trigger if the vehicle is brought
to an abrupt halt, normally during a
collision. Normal driving and even sudden
braking will not trigger the inertia switch.
1. Open the Front Right Door (for LHD
Models). And reach out in the area
below the glove box as shown in the
image below.
When the Inertia Switch is triggered the
following will happen
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All the doors will be unlocked.
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All the turn indicators will flash (both
Left Side and Right Side).
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All the roof lamps will be turned ON.
NOTE
Although the Inertia switch cannot be
seen, it can be easily located by the
cut-out (opening) provided in the top of
the lower A’ Pillar trim.
To undo the above affects you have to
reset the Inertia Switch as shown below.
WARNING
After resetting the switch and before
resuming driving, check for any
damage to the body or check if any
part is hanging loose. Also, after
turning ON the ignition, ensure that no
faults are displayed in the instrument
cluster
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2. Reach out for the Inertia Switch
through cut-out (opening) and press
it.
STARTING THE ENGINE WITH JUMP LEADS
Starting the Engine with Jump
Leads:
The engine with a discharged battery can
be started by transferring electrical
power from the battery of another vehicle.
This may be dangerous as any deviation
from the following instructions could lead
to personal injury resulting from any
battery explosion, as well as damage to
the electrical systems in both vehicles.
•
•
•
•
CAUTION
Do not allow battery electrolyte to
come in contact with eyes, skin,
fabrics or painted surfaces. The fluid
contains sulphuric acid which can
cause injury and severe damage.
Wear rubber gloves, to avoid risk of
contact.
•
• Wear eye protection when working
near any battery.
• Make sure that the battery providing
the jump start has the same voltage
as the battery in your vehicle (12V).
•
•
•
The voltage and capacity are given on
the batteries.
Do not disconnect the discharged
battery from the vehicle.
Switch off all unnecessary electrical
loads.
Do not lean over the battery during
jump starting.
Do not allow the terminals of one lead
to touch those of the other lead.
Apply hand brake. Keep the gear shift
lever in neutral.
Do not connect the lead to the negative
terminal of the discharged battery.
The connection of the -ve lead point
should be as far away from the
discharged battery as possible and
close to the starter motor.
Route the leads so that they do not
get caught by the rotating parts in the
engine compartment.
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
Connect leads in the order as shown
in the sketch
Attempts to start the engine of the
vehicle with the discharged battery
should be made at intervals of one
minute and should not last more than
15 seconds. After starting, allow both
engines to idle for approximately 3
minutes with the leads still connected.
CAUTION
Do not push start the vehicle, this may
damage flywheel.
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IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
FUSE AND RELAY BOX DETAILS:
The fuses & relays are located in three
fuse boxes:
1. Battery mounted fuse box is mounted
in the battery in the engine
compartment.
2. Engine compartment fuse box and
relay box is located in engine
compartment.
3. Cabin wiring harness fuse and relay
box is located under the dashboard
on driver’s side.
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FUSE BOX LOCATIONS & DETAILS
Location of the three fuse boxes in your car
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
FUSE BOX DETAILS
1. ENGINE COMPARTMENT FUSE AND RELAY BOX
NO
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R10
R11
R12
R13
R14
R15
R16
F5
F9
F10
F11
F12
F13
F14
F15
F16
F17
F18
F18A
RATING
60A
40A
30A
20A
40A
25A
15A
30A
40A
10A
10A
POWER CONSUMER
Accessories
Cooling Fan II
Cooling Fan I
Cooling Fan III
Heater Rear Screen
Aircon
EMS Relay
Starter
Dip Beam
High Beam
Horn
Front Wiper
Glow Plug I
Front Fog Lamp
Glow Plug II
Accessories
Cooling Fan II
Heater Rear Screen
TOD
HVAC
ABS/ESP
Aircon
EMS
Starter
Not Used
Dip Beam RH
Dip Beam LH
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IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
NO
F19
F19A
F20
F21
F22
F23
F24
F25
F26
F27
F28
F31
F32
FS1
FS2
FS3
FS4
FS5
FS6
RATING
10A
10A
10A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
30A
10A
15A
20A
40A
25A
30A
15A
10A
POWER CONSUMER
Main Beam RH
Main Beam LH
Not Used
Horn
Not Used
Rear Wiper
Glow Plug I
Front Fog Lamp
Glow Plug II
Tow Bar
HAS Batt
AMPS
At Batt
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
SPARE
FUSE BOX LOCATIONS & DETAILS
2. BATTERY MOUNTED FUSE AND RELAY BOX
NO
MF1
MF2
MF3
MF4
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RATING
CAL 5
150 A
60 A
40 A
POWER CONSUMER
STARTER MOTOR
ALTERNATOR
BATTERY COCKPIT
ABS/ESP
NO
MF5
MF6
MF7
RATING
60 A
30 A
POWER CONSUMER
IGNITION
Not in Use
COOLING FAN
FUSE BOX DETAILS
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
3. CABIN WIRING HARNESS FUSE & RELAY BOX UNDER THE DASHBOARD ON DRIVER SIDE (RIGHT SIDE)
This fuse box is part of main wiring harness.
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IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
NO
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
F11
F12
F13
F14
F15
F16
F17
F18
F19
F20
F21
F22
F23
F24
F25
F25A
F26
F27
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RATING
25A
10A
5A
5A
20A
25A
25A
10A
10A
10A
10A
10A
10A
20A
5A
20A
10A
30A
10A
25A
5A
5A
5A
5A
5A
5A
10A
10A
POWER CONSUMER
W/W FR RH BATT.
USB,TFT & BT BATT
MASTER LIGHT SW BATT.
HAVC BATT.
INFOTAINMENT BATT.
W/W RR LH BATT.
W/W RR RH BATT.
INTERIOR LAMP
IMMO & KEY IN BATT.
INSTRU CLUS BATT.
PARK LH
PARK RH
MIRROR HEATER
HEATED REAR SCREEN
EMS DIAGNO INERTIA SW BATT.
CENTRAL DOOR LOCK BATT.
AMPS BATT.
BCM 1 BATT.
MIRROR BATT.
W/W FR LH BATT.
STARTER RELAY COIL
BCM IGN
IGN RELAY COIL
W/W IGN.
IMMO IGN.
AT IGN
EMS IGN.
ABS/ESP BK PEDAL SW IGN.
FUSE BOX DETAILS
F28
F29
F30
F31
F32
F33
F34
F35
F36
F37
F38
F39
F40
F41
F42
F43
F44
F45
R0
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R9
R10
R11
10A
5A
15A
10A
5A
10A
10A
25A
5A
5A
5A
10A
5A/15A
15A
15A
30A
5A
5A
-
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER IGN
SRS IGN.
STOP/REV LAMP
TOD FR AXLE IGN.
PDC,INT WIPE
WATER SEDIMENT VEH SPEED IGN
FR HVAC IGN.
FR,RR WIPER IGN.
REAR BLOWER SW IGN.
MIRROR SET / FOLD
INFOTAINMENT IGN.
REAR FOG LAMP IGN.
AMMS ACC / TOW BAR IGN.
POWER SOCKET III ACC
CIGAR LIGHTER I, II
REAR BLOWER ACC
HRS COIL ACC
ACC RELAY COIL
AT REV. LAMP RELAY
MIRROR SET RELAY
MIRROR FOLD RELAY
POWER MIRROR FOLD RELAY
IGN RELAY
6-WAY DIODE MODULE
INTERIOR LAMP RELAY
CENTRAL DOOR LOCKING RELAY-3
CENTRAL DOOR LOCKING RELAY-1
REAR FOG LAMP RELAY
PARK LAMP RELAY
CENTRL DOOR LOCKING RELAY-2
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
BULB SPECIFICATION
BULB SPECIFICATION :
SR.NO
DESCRIPTION
CAP TYPE
SPECIFICATION
QUANTITY
1
Head Lamp - High Beam
H7 12 V 55W
2
2
Head Lamp - Low Beam
H7 12 V 55W
2
3
Head Lamp - Turn Indicator
PY24W
12V 24W
2
4
Head Lamp - Position Lamp
W5W
12 V 5W
2
5
Tail Lamp - Stop/Tail
P 21 / 5W
12 V 21/5W
2
6
Tail Lamp - Turn Indicator
P 21 W
12 V 21W
2
7
Tail Lamp - Rear Fog
P 21 W
12 V 21W
2
8
Tail Lamp - Reverse
P 21 W
12 V 21W
2
9
High Mounted - Stop Lamp
LED
1
10
Registration Plate Lamp
W5W
12 V 5W
2
11
Door Ajar cum Puddle Lamp
W5W
12 V 5W
4
12
Roof Lamp - Third
W5W
12 V 5W
3
13
Roof Lamp - First & Second
W5W
12 V 5W
6
14
Load Area Lamp
W5W
12 V 5W
1
15
Front Fog Lamp
H11 12 V 55W
2
16
Side Repeater Lamp
LED
2
17
Glove Box Lamp
12V 5W
1
W5W
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IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
Head lamp bulb replacement :
Procedure:
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•
•
CAUTION
Bulbs can be very hot. You should
therefore allow them to cool down
before you change them.
Keep bulbs out of reach of children.
Never use a bulb which has been
dropped. Such a bulb may explode
and injure you.
Do not touch or handle bulbs with
bare hand
Before you change the bulb :
• Only fit bulbs of the same type and
wattage.
• Switch the lights OFF before changing
a bulb to prevent short circuit.
• Always hold the bulb with a clean, lint
free cloth.
• Do not work with wet or greasy fingers.
• If the new bulb does not come ON,
contact the nearest Tata authorized
service centre.
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HEAD LAMP BULB REPLACEMENT
• Handle the bulb only at metal part and
not at glass portion.
Removal procedure:
1. Open the bonnet.
2. Remove the socket cover on the
backside of the headlamp.
1
2
1. Low beam bulb cover
2. High beam bulb cover
3. Disconnect the connecter by pulling
it out firmly.
NOTE
Both the bulbs can be replaced by
the procedure described below.
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
HEAD LAMP BULB REPLACEMENT
4. Release the bulb retainer spring which
is holding the bulb by pressing and
moving it upward.
5. Remove the defective headlamp bulb
carefully.
Fitment procedure:
1. Place the bulb properly by matching
the rectangular notch in the bulb
housing and the bulb seat.
2. Lock the headlamp bulb in place, by
using the retainer spring. Confirm if the
bulb is seated properly by looking
through the front lens in case of high
beam only.
3. Fix the connecter.
4. Put back the socket cover.
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IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
Tail Lamp
procedure:
bulb
replacement
CAUTION
• Allow bulbs to cool down before
you change them.
• Keep bulbs out of reach of children.
• Never use a bulb which has been
dropped. Such a bulb may explode
and injure you.
TAIL LAMP BULB REPLACEMENT
3. Disconnect the connecter by pulling
it out firmly.
4. You can now replace any of the
damaged / fused lamp bulbs from the
tail lamp cluster.
5. Rotate the bulb holder in
anticlockwise direction and remove
the assy.
6. Take out the bulb from holder &
replace with new one.
1. Open the tail gate
7. Rotate the bulb holder in clockwise
direction for fitment.
2. Remove the two nuts holding the tail
lamp.
8. Fit the tail lamp by fastening the nuts
holding it.
NOTE
Same procedure is applicable for all
the bulbs of tail lamp.
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ENGINE COMPARTMENT
ENGINE COMPARTMENT
1
2
3
5
4
6
12
7
11
9
10
01. ABS/ESP ECU/HCU
05. Engine Oil Dip Stick
09. Priming Pump
02. Brake / Clutch Fluid Reservoir
06. Battery
10. Auxiliary Tank
03. Turbocharger with heat shield
07. Fuse & Relay Box
11.
04. Engine Oil Filling Cap
08. Windshield Washer Fluid Container
12. Air Filter
8
Power Steering Fluid Container
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MAINTENANCE & VEHICLE CARE
AIR FILTER, ENGINE OIL LEVEL & ENGINE COOLANT LEVEL
Air Filter:
Engine oil level checking:
Engine coolant level:
Replace the air filter element with a new
one when air filter gets too clogged . This
is necessary if the vehicle is driven in
dusty conditions.
Always use a genuine air filter
element.
Warm up the engine to normal operating
temperature.
Check the coolant level in the radiator
auxiliary tank.
Turn it off and wait for at least 30 minutes
for the oil to return to the oil pan.
It should be in between maximum and
minimum lines.
Be sure the vehicle is on a level surface.
NOTE
1. When a vehicle is driven under dusty
conditions, replacement of the aircleaner element is necessary.
2. Clogged air-cleaners lead to
increased resistance to air intake
which increases fuel consumption.
Using low pressure compressed air,
blow off dust on the air cleaner
element.
Pull out the dipstick, wipe it clean, and
reinsert if fully.
If the auxiliary tank is completely empty,
please check the coolant level.
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Pull it out again and examine the oil level.
it should be between ‘Min’ and ‘Max’
level. If not, top up with recommended
engine oil.
NOTE
If auxiliary tank is empty, fill it up to
the ‘MAX’ level.
CAUTION
Do not open auxiliary tank cap in hot
condition
BRAKE FLUID, POWER STEERING FLUID & WINDSHIELD WASHER
MAINTENANCE & VEHICLE CARE
Brake / Clutch Fluid Level :
Power steering reservoir :
Windshield Washer:
The level of the brake / clutch fluid must
be between the MIN. and MAX. marks
on the side of the brake fluid container. If
the level falls below the min. mark, add
recommended brake fluid. (Refer section
- Fuels, coolants and lubricants)
In case of spongy or hard pedal or low
brake efficiency, please contact the
nearest TATA authorised Service outlet.
The level of the power steering fluid must
be between the MIN. and MAX. marks
on the side of the power steering fluid
container. If the level falls below the MIN.
mark, add recommended fluid. (Refer
section - Fuels, coolants and lubricants)
In case of leakage or hard steering,
please contact the nearest Authorised
Service outlet.
Windshield washer fluid container filler
neck is provided near LH headlamp in
the engine compartment.
CAUTION
1. Do not allow brake fluid to make
contact with the skin or eyes. In
case of accidental contact, wash
eyes with cool water immediately
and consult a doctor.
2. Do not allow brake fluid to splash
or spill on the paint surface as it
will damage the paint. In case of
spillage, wipe it off immediately.
CAUTION
1. Do not start the engine without oil
in the power steering system.
2. Do not allow dirt into power
steering fluid reservoir during
refilling or top up.
NOTE
Do not add detergent or any solvent
in the windshield washing water.
Fuel Filter:
Fuel filter separates dust particles from
the fuel and allows clean fuel in to the
fuel injection system. It also separates
and stores water.
Get it replaced with genuine fuel filter
and at specified intervals.
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Turbocharger:
Your vehicle is fitted with a turbocharger.
This is an efficient supercharging device
used in the engine. It makes use of
thermal energy of engine exhaust gases
to run a turbine which in turn drives a
compressor to force air under pressure
into the inlet manifold.
Lubrication of Turbocharger:
The turbocharger rotor assembly is
supported by two fully floating bearing
bushes in the bearing housing. These
bearing bushes are lubricated with finely
filtered engine oil from the lubrication
system of the engine.
Idle the engine for a while (one minute)
after starting the engine and before
stopping the engine to ensure adequate
lubricating oil supply to the turbocharger.
Turbocharger Connections:
All turbocharger connections must be
leak-proof. Check air inlet, air outlet,
exhaust gas inlet and exhaust outlet
connections as well as oil inlet and outlet
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connections and tighten the connections
where required.
Proper maintenance of air filter, oil filter
as well as use of correct grade of oil and
adherence to oil change intervals is
essential for proper functioning of the
turbocharger.
If you suspect any malfunctioning of the
turbocharger, take the vehicle to the
nearest dealer.
NOTE
Keep engine at idling speed for atleast
a minute after starting and also before
stopping, to protect the turbocharger
against damage due to oil starvation.
Intercooler :
Hot air coming out of turbocharger flows
through the intercooler and gets cooled
before entering the intake manifold.
As such it does not require any
maintenance however it can be cleaned
externally by blowing compressed air.
TURBOCHARGER & INTERCOOLER
CAUTION
While cleaning, ensure that
intercooler fins are not damaged. If the
fins get damaged, it could lead to lose
of performance and subsequent
failure.
Maintenance recommendations:
a) Check the boost pressure pipe for
its proper fitment, damage etc.
b) Specified engine oil and the oil filter
should be used and should be
changed regularly in accordance
with Service Schedule.
c) Check oil feed pipes, return pipes,
air intake and exhaust piping for
leakages and restrictions.
d) Check the engine breathing system
and oil seperator.
e) Fill the oil inlet hole of the
turbocharger with clean engine oil,
when the engine is started after long
storage.
NOTE
In cold condition, first 2 sec. engine
should not run up to full throttle.
CATALYTIC CONVERTER
Catalytic Converter :
The catalytic converter is fitted on your
car to reduce exhaust pollution. The
catalytic converter will quickly heat up
after starting to ensure that it operates
correctly during the warm up phase of
the engine.
The catalytic Converter does not require
any special maintenance however,
following precaution should be taken for
the effective functioning of the converter
and to avoid damage to the Converter.
1 It is mandatory to use Diesel fuel
with low sulphur content (Refer
recommended fuels). Use of any
other diesel fuel can increase the
pollutants.
2 Avoid parking the vehicle over
inflammable materials, such as dry
leaves, grass, etc., as the exhaust
system is hot enough to initiate
“FIRE”.
MAINTENANCE & VEHICLE CARE
Maintenance of Catalytic Converter
Catalytic Converter should be flushed by
giving full throttle (4 to 5 times) in standing
condition of vehicle on daily basis. For
high speed driving condition run hot for
few km as this will help to flush the
carbon soot deposits from exhaust
system and catalytic converter. High
speed running of the vehicle may be
done periodically to avoid chocking of
catalytic converter.
•
Alternatively flushing operation for
cleaning the catalytic converter can be
done by dry compressed air draft (3 to
4 bar) directed on the honeycomb
structure of catalytic converter (after
removing from vehicle)
•
•
•
•
•
CAUTION
Avoid push start or tow-starting the
vehicle. (Use jump leads).
Avoid long (not more than 10 sec.)
repeat (not more than 3 times)
starting of the Vehicle. Investigate
the cause for difficulty in starting &
rectify the same.
Avoid long idling (to warm-up). If
the engine is running rough, after
a cold start.
Avoid switching "off" the ignition
when driving down the hill. (This will
not save fuel).
Avoid fuel tank getting almost empty.
Avoid pre-Coating / Painting of
Catalytic Converter.
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MAINTENANCE & VEHICLE CARE
Tyres:
Check for inflation and condition of your
car tyres periodically.
1
2
3
Inflation:
Check the pressure in the tyres when
they are cold.
You should have your own tyre pressure
gauge and use it at all times. This makes
it easier for you to tell if pressure loss is
caused by a tyre problem and not by
variation between gauges.
1.
Under inflation
Excessive Side
Tread Wear
2.
Correct Tyre
Pressure
Uniform
Tyre Wear
3.
Over inflation
Excessive
Centre Tread
Wear
Recommended Tyre Pressures
Wheels
Unladen
Laden
FRONT
32 psi
34 psi
REAR
32 psi
34 psi
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Keeping the tyres properly inflated gives
you the best combination of riding
comfort, handling, tyre life and better fuel
efficiency.
Over inflation of tyres makes the car ride
bumpy and harsh. Tyres are more prone
to uneven wear and damage from road
hazards.
Under inflated tyres reduce your comfort
in vehicle handling and are prone to
failures due to high temperature. They
also cause uneven wear and more fuel
consumption.
TYRES
CAUTION
Every time you check inflation
pressure, you should also examine
tyres for damage, trapping of foreign
objects in the treads and wear.
NOTE
Tyre pressure should be checked in
"cold" condition. Hot tyres tend to
show a slightly higher value. This is
normal.
Same make tyres are to be used on
the vehicle with same size / aspect
ratio.
CAUTION
1.If you notice bumps or bulges in
the tread or the side of the tyre,
replace the tyre.
2.If there are cuts, splits or cracks in
the side of the tyre, replace the
tyre.
3.Replace tyre if excessive tread
wear or non uniform tyre wear is
noticed.
TYRE REPAIR & SPECIAL CARE FOR TUBELESS TYRE
MAINTENANCE & VEHICLE CARE
Repairing a Tyre:
Special care for tubeless tyres :
Mark the tyre position suitably (if original
colour dot mark is not visible) with
respect to valve stem hole to ensure that
the tyre is refitted in the original location
on the wheel rim.
1. While removing tyre from wheel rim
and mounting it back on wheel rim,
take precautions not to damage tyre
bead. Use tyre removal and
assembly machines. Damage or cut
on tyre bead may cause gradual loss
of air and deflation of tyre.
Ensure that balancing weights are not
disturbed during removal of tyres.
Check the balance weight prior to the
removal of the tyre. If found loose, mark
its location on the rim and refit properly.
Balance the wheel after every
dismantling and assembly of tyre on the
wheel rim.
For Tyre Size and Rim Size , please
refer Technical Information Chapter.
2. Do not scratch inside of tubeless tyre
with metallic or sharp object.
Tubeless tyres are coated with
impermeable layer of rubber from
inside which holds the air inside the
tyre. Removal of this layer due to
scratching may cause gradual loss
of air and deflation.
3. If wheel rim gets damaged in service,
get the wheel rim repaired/replaced
immediately. Running the car with
damaged rim may cause deflation of
tyre and subsequent dislodging of tyre
from rim.
4. Maintain recommended inflation
pressure. Over-inflation, in particular,
may cause puncture or bursting of
tyre.
NOTE
Life and wear pattern of tyres depends on various parameters like tyre
pressure, wheel alignment, wheel
balancing, tyre rotation, etc. It also
largely depends on vehicle speed,
load carried, usage, driving habits,
road conditions, tyre quality, etc. In
case fault is suspected to be due to
poor quality of tyres, the same may
be taken up with concerned tyre
manufacturer.
A sticker for tyre pressure values is
fixed near door bottom hinge.
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MAINTENANCE & VEHICLE CARE
Tyre Rotation:
To help increase tyre life and distribute
wear more evenly, you should have the
tyres of your vehicle rotated at specific
intervals or earlier depending on the
operation of your vehicle.
The illustration below shows how to rotate
tyres when normal spare wheel is
included in tyre rotation.
TYRE ROTATION, WHEEL ALIGNMENT & WHEEL BALANCING
Front
3° + 30’
Rear
-
Camber
0°+ 30’
-
Toe Out
-
-
2 - 5 mm
-
Caster
Toe In
Check and maintain tyre pressure
periodically to obtain longer tyre life.
Wheel Balancing :
Wheels of your vehicle are balanced
for better ride comfort and longer tyre
life. Balancing needs to be done
whenever tyre is removed from rim.
RADIAL TUBELESS TYRE :
Wheel alignment:
Incorrect wheel alignment causes
excessive and uneven tyre wear. Check
wheel alignment at specified intervals.
Wheel alignment values are given below:
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Radial tubeless tyres have following
advantages over conventional tube tyres:
• Lesser heat generation.
• Improves dynamic stability.
• Lower rolling resistance and lesser
weight, which improves fuel
efficiency.
• Better safety
Special care for tubeless tyres :
• Tubeless tyres are coated with
impermeable layer of rubber from
inside which holds the air inside the
tyre. Do not scratch inside of
tubeless tyre with metallic or sharp
object. This may cause gradual loss
of air.
• If wheel rim gets damaged in the
service, get the wheel rim repaired/
replaced immediately. Running the
vehicle with damaged rim may cause
deflation of tyre and subsequent
dislodging of tyre from rim.
• Maintain recommended tyre
pressure. Over inflated tyre may
cause puncture or bursting of tyre.
NOTE
Life and wear pattern of tyres depends
on various parameters like tyre
pressure, wheel alignment, wheel
balancing, tyre rotation, etc. It also
largely depends on vehicle speed, load
carried, usage, driving habits, road
conditions, etc.
BATTERY
Battery :
Check the battery for proper electrolyte
level and corrosion on the terminals.
1. Check the battery for electrolyte level
against the marking on the battery
outer case.
2. Check the battery terminals for
corrosion (a white or yellowish
powder). To remove it, cover the
terminals with a solution of baking
soda. It will bubble up and turn
brown.
3. When this stops, wash it off with plain
water. Dry off the battery with a cloth
or paper towel.
4. Coat the terminals with petroleum jelly
to prevent future corrosion.
Use a proper wrench to loosen and
remove cables from the terminals.
MAINTENANCE & VEHICLE CARE
Always disconnect the negative (-ve)
cable first and reconnect it last.
Clean the battery terminals with a
terminal cleaning tool or wire brush.
Reconnect and tighten the cables, coat
the terminals with petroleum jelly.
Ensure that the battery securely
mounted.
If you need to connect the battery to a
charger, disconnect the battery negative
cable to prevent damage to your
vehicle’s electrical system.
• Getting electrolyte in your eyes or
on the skin can cause severe burns.
Wear protective clothing and a face
shield or have a skilled technician
to do the battery maintenance.
• The battery contains sulphuric acid
(electrolyte) which is poisonous
and highly corrosive in nature.
For location of Battery, please refer
Engine compartment pages.
NOTE
• During normal operation, the battery
generates gas which is explosive in
nature. A spark oropen flame can
cause the battery to explode
causing very serious injuries.
• Keep all sparks and open flames and
smoking materials away from the
battery.
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MAINTENANCE & VEHICLE CARE
Window Glasses :
Cleaning of Windows, Front and Rear
Glasses:
Clean the windows inside and outside
with commercially available glass
cleaners.
This will remove the haze that builds up
on the inside of windows. Use a soft
cloth or paper towels to clean all glass
and plastic surfaces.
Non use maintenances :
1. Park the vehicle in covered, dry and
if possible well-ventilated premises.
Engage a gear.
2 Remove the battery terminal cables
(first remove the cable from the
negative terminal).
3. Make sure the hand brake is not
engaged.
4. Clean and protect the painted parts
using protective wax.
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5. Clean and protect the shiny metal
parts using commercially available
special compounds.
6. Sprinkle talcum powder on the rubber
windscreen wiper and lift them off the
glass.
WINDOW GLASSES & WIPER
Wiper Care :
FOR CHATTERING and NOISY
PROBLEMS
Windshield
Glass
7. Slightly open the windows.
8. Cover the Car with a cloth or
perforated plastic sheet. Do not
use sheets of imperforated plastic as
they do not allow moisture on the
vehicle body to evaporate.
9. Inflate the tyres to 0.5 bar above the
normal specified pressure and check
it at regular intervals.
10.Check the battery charge every six
weeks.
11.Do not drain the engine cooling
system.
OK
NOT OK
Wiper blade attack angle on windshield
glass should be 900 i.e. perpendicular.
Remove wiper blade and root wiper arm
on windshield glass in the centre
position. Check the gap between arm
strip and glass.
VEHICLE CARE
VEHICLE CARE :
Your vehicle is subjected to many
external influences such as climate, road
conditions, industrial pollution and
humidity. These conditions demand
regular care of the Car body. Dirt,
insects, bird droppings, oil, grease, fuel
and stone chippings should be removed
as soon as possible.
WASHING YOUR VEHICLE:
Following t tips while washing your
vehicle :
HAND WASH:
1. Always wash your vehicle in shade
and where the surface is at room
temperature.
2. Wash with mild car wash soap like
‘Car Shampoo’ and use a soft
100% cotton cloth to avoid
scratches.
3. To avoid scratches, please wear
soft gloves . Remove finger rings,
nails, wrist watch while washing.
MAINTENANCE & VEHICLE CARE
4. To remove stubborn stains and
contaminants like tar, use
turpentine or cleaners like ‘Stain
remover’ which are safe for paint
surfaces.
5. Avoid substances like petrol,
diesel, kerosene, benzene or other
solvents that cause damage to
paint.
6. Dry your vehicle thoroughly to
prevent any damp spots.
7. Rinse all surfaces thoroughly to
prevent any traces of soap and
other cleaners as this may lead to
the formation of stains on the
painted surface later.
NOTE
Do not direct high pressure washer
fluid/ water jets at electrical devices
engine and their connectors during
washing. This is to prevent
malfunction/ failure of electrical
system due to water ingress.
WAXING :
Waxing and polishing is recommended
to maintain the gloss and wet-look
appearance of your paint finish.
1. Use a good quality polish and wax
for your car.
2. Re-wax your vehicle when the water
does not slip off the surface and
collects over the surface in
patches.
TIPS FOR THE CARE OF YOUR
NEW VEHICLE FINISH :
If your vehicle is washed in an
automatic car wash, please remember
that the paint can be scratched by type
of brushes, unfiltered washing water
or the washing process itself.
Scratching reduces paint durability
and gloss, especially on darker
colours. It is suggested to wash the
car by hand with cool and clean water
using a soft cloth or sponge. Please
do not use soap but a car shampoo
recommended by your dealer.
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PRECAUTIONS:
1. Always wash your vehicle in shade,
avoiding direct exposure to sunlight
during washing.
2. Dry wiping your vehicle may lead to
the formation of scratches. Always
use a soft cloth and clean water while
wiping your vehicle.
3. Always keep your vehicle parked in a
well ventilated shade. Exposure to heat
with entrapped moisture promotes
corrosion.
4. Avoid driving on gravel roads, as the
possibility of paint chip off due to
the impact of stones is high. Also
avoid driving on freshly tarred road.
5. External contamination in the form
of sap or industrial fall-out may mar
or develop spots on a new finish.
Hence avoid parking your car near
trees, which are known to drop sap,
or near factories.
6. Bird droppings may damage the paint
finish, hence bird dropping must be
immediately washed off.
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VEHICLE CARE
7. The paint finish is susceptible to
damage in case petrol, brake fluid,
liquid from vehicle battery, oil,
antifreeze, transmission fluid or
windshield solvent spills onto the
painted surface. In case of such a
spillage immediately rinse the
affected area with water. Avoid wiping
the area as far as possible. If wiping
is required, wipe the area gently with
soft cotton cloth.
8. Avoid using sharp objects to scrap
off tar / mud from a painted surface.
VARIOUS
ENVIRONMENTAL
HAZARDS AFFECTING PAINTS:
The enemy :
Ultraviolet Rays, Pollution, Tree Sap, Bird
Droppings, Car Wash Chemicals, Road
Salt, Acid Rain.
Benefits of external enrichment :
•
Removal of medium scratches,
orange peel, oxidation, dust nibs etc
and swirl marks from painted surface.
•
Restoration of original gloss
levels UV protection after gloss is
restored.
• Cleaning and dressing of tyres,
Bumpers and all exterior plastic
moldings / trims.
CLEANING OF CARPETS:
Vacuum clean the carpet regularly to
remove dirt. Dirt will make the carpet wear
out faster. Periodically shampoo the
carpet to keep it looking new.
Use carpet cleaners (preferably foam
type). Follow the instructions that come
with the cleaner. Apply it with a sponge
or soft brush. Keep the carpeting as dry
as possible by not adding water to the
foam.
NOTE
Avoid wiping of painted surface in dry
condition as it may leave scratches
on the painted surface.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
FUEL SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS:
Fuel : High Speed diesel conforming to IS1460 or EN 590 or
equivalent is recommended to be used as fuel.
At very low temperature, fluidity of diesel may become
insufficient due to paraffin separation. It is therefore necessary
to mix supplementary fuel with summer or winter grade diesel.
The supplementary fuel to be used is kerosene or aviation
turbine fuel.
Ratio for mixing of supplementary fuel and diesel are shown
in the table.
Outside Ambient
temp. upto
Deg.C
Upto 00C
0
0
0 C to -10 C
0
0
-10 C to -15 C
Outside Ambient
temp. upto
Deg.C
Percentage
Winter
Supplimentary
Grade Diesel
Fuel
Upto -150C
100
0
-150C to -200C
70
30
-200C & Above
50
50
WARNING
Do not mix gasoline or alcohol with diesel. This mixture
can cause explosion.
Percentage
Summer
Supplimentary
Grade Diesel
Fuel
100
0
70
30
50
50
Care should be taken that diesel and supplementary fuel are
thoroughly mixed before filling.
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
LUBRICANTS & COOLANT SPECIFICATIONS
LUBRICANTS AND COOLANTS:
Coolants
Lubricants:
Presence of dirt in coolant chokes up passages in radiator,
cylinder head and crankcase, thereby causing overheating
of engine.
Engine oil : Recommended grade of engine oil confirming to
API-CH4+MB228.3 or higher grade engine oil to be used.
Specification and range of ambient temperature at which these
can be used are given in the table below :
Ambient temp. in deg.C
Engine oil grade
-5 and above
SAE 15W40
-10 to 0
SAE 5W30
-20 to -10
Gear box:
75W90 GL 4 Synthetic.
Brake / Clutch fluid :
SAE J 1703, DOT 4
Power Steering :
ATF - A Dexron II-D
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SAE 0W30
To prevent rust formation and freezing of coolant inside the
passages of radiator, crankcase and cylinder head use
premixed coolant as recommended.
It is recommended that the entire cooling system should be
drained and filled with fresh premixed coolant.
Windscreen Washer Antifrost
Concentration 1:5 For 00C
1:1 For 100C
2: 5 For 160C
1: 0 For 370C
NOTE
We strongly recommend to refill your car’s engine coolant
only at a TATA Authorised service centre.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
CO-BRANDED LUBRICANTS & COOLANT
LUBRICANTS AND COOLANTS
ITEM
ENGINE OIL
SPECIFICATION
API-CH4+MB228.3
(15W40)
COOLANT
50:50 ratio premixed
GEARBOX (G-76)
75W90 GL4
SYNTHETIC
TOD
POWER STEERING OIL
ATF-DEXRON IID
REAR AXLE
( Limited Slip Differential )
REAR AXLE
( Standard Differential )
LIVE FRONT AXLE
85W140 API-GL5
Anglomol 6043
85W140 API-GL5
Anglomol 6043
85W140 API-GL5
Anglomol 6043
SAE J 1703, DOT 4
BRAKE / CLUTCH FLUID
GREASE
(Where Applicable)
COMPANY
CASTROL
HPCL
EXXON MOBIL
S-CCL
HPCL
CASTROL
CASTROL
HPCL
EXXON MOBIL
SHELL
CASTROL
HPCL
EXXON MOBIL
HPCL
CASTROL
HPCL
CASTROL
HPCL
CASTROL
S-CCI
CASTROL
PETRONAS
HPCL
CASTROL
BRAND
GTX Professional Diesel
Milcy No.1TGO
Mobil Super 1000 TM
Golden Cruiser Premium 1400M
Thanda Raja P TGO
Radicool SFO Premix
Castrol Syntro 75W90 GL4
HP GO XP 75W90 TGO
MOBILUBE 1 SHC 75W90
Donax TG
Castrol TQD
ATF DEX II
Mobil ATF 220
HP Gear Oil XP 85W140 T2
Extra Long Life Rear Axle Oil 85W140
HP Gear Oil XP 85W140 T2
Extra Long Life Rear Axle Oil 85W140
HP Gear Oil XP 85W140 T2
Extra Long Life Rear Axle Oil 85W140
Tata Genuine Brake Fluid DOT4
Universal Brake Fluid DOT 4
TUTELA TOP 4 TM
Multipurpose Grease-2
Castrol AP2
QUANTITY
7.5 Litres
Approx. 9 Litres
2.2 Litres
1.35 Litres
1.6 Litres
1.68 Litres and 0.09 Litres
(For friction modifier)
1.68 Litres
1.50 Litres
As Required
As Required
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
GEAR BOX
ENGINE
Model
TATA 2.2 L VARICOR
Model
GBS-76-5/4.1,MK-II with overdrive
Type
Direct injection, Common rail,
Turbocharged, Intercooled Diesel
engine
Type
Synchromesh on all gears
No. of gears
5 Forward & 1 Reverse
Gear Ratios
For R/A Ratio 4.1
No. Of Cylinders
4 inline
Bore / Stroke
85 mm x 96 mm
Capacity
2179 cc
Maximum
Engine Output
1st
4.1
2nd
2.22
3rd
1.37
110 kW (150 Ps ) @ 4000 rpm as
per CMVR / 115 - (9) 1996
4th
1.00
Maximum Torque
320 Nm @ 1500 - 3000 rpm as per
CMVR 115 - (9) 1996
5th
0.73
Rev.
4.22
Compression Ratio
16 : 1
Firing Order
1-3-4-2
Engine Oil Capacity
Max. 7.5 litres. / Min. 5.5 litres.
CLUTCH
Type
Single plate dry friction diaphragm
type
Outside diameter of
clutch lining
260 mm
Friction Area
560 cm2 (Approx)
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TRANSFER CASE
Type
Torque On Demand. Single Speed
with 2H and Auto mode.
REAR AXLE
Type
4 X 4: ESP Versions without LSD
ABS Version with LSD
4 X 2: ESP Version without LSD
ABS Version with LSD
Ratio
4.1
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
FRONT AXLE
For 4 X 4
1) Independently suspended with
Axle Disconnect.
2) Axle Ratio 4.1
For 4 X 2
Independently suspended
Anti-lock Braking
System (ABS)
4 channel , 4 sensors (For ABS)
Electronic Stability
Program (ESP)
4 Channel, 4 Sensors & Other
Sensors
Parking Brake
Lever type, Console mounted, Cable
operated mechanical linkage acting
on Rear wheels through DIH.
STEERING
Type
Rack and Pinion steering with
power assistance. (Hydraulic)
Ratio
17.5:1
Steering Wheel
380 mm dia. with Low pivot Tilt
mechanism for adjusting height &
collapsible column
BRAKES
Service Brake
Front Brakes
Rear Brake
Vacuum assisted independent
hydraulic brakes on front & rear
through tandum master cylinder.
Vacuum pump camshaft driven
Ventilated disc brakes with twin pot
caliper
Disc dia. 302 (4X4) / 298 (4X2)
Disc thickness : 26
FRAME
Type
Ladder type cranked frame with Box
section members and welded cross
members
Depth
152 mm (Max)
Width
80 mm (Max)
SUSPENSION
Front
Double wishbone type with coil
springs over Shock Absorber.
Rear
Coil spring type 5 link rigid axle
suspension
Shock Absorber
Hydraulic double acting telescopic at
Front & Rear
Anti-roll Bar
At both front & rear
Disc brake (Drum in Hat) with
Single pot caliper
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
WEIGHTS (kg)
WHEELS & TYRES
Tyres
1) PSR 235/70 R16 Passenger
Radial Tubeless
2) PSR 235 / 65 R17 Passenger Radial
Tubeless
Wheel Rims
1) 6.5J X 16 Stylised Wheel Rims
2) 7.5J X 17 Alloy Wheel Rims
No. of Wheels
Front : 2 Rear : 2 Spare :1
Pure LX Pleasure
60 Litres
ELECTRICAL STSTEM
System Voltage
12 Volts (-ve earth)
Alternator Capacity
155 amps
Battery
12 V, MF 80Z
4 X 4 : 170 kmph
4 X 2 : 170 kmph
Grade Restartability
at rated GVW
4 X 4 : 24% @ 1000 rpm
4 X 2 : 23% @ 1000 rpm
Max. Gradeability
at rated GVW
4 X 4 : 45%
4 X 2 : 44%
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2685
1176
1509
2730
1204
1526
2750
1218
1532
4X4
Front
Rear
-
2830
1295
1535
2850
1309
1541
1580
1580
1580
1580
1580
1580
Max. permissible RAW BS-IV(4X2)
Max. permissible RAW BS-IV (4X4)
Kerb weight BS-IV (4X2)
PERFORMANCE
Max. Speed at rated
GVW
4X2
Front
Rear
Gross Vehicle Weight- BS-IV (4X4)
FUEL TANK
Capacity
Pride
Gross Vehicle Weight- BS-IV (4X2)
FAW
11099
1127
1178
RAW
961
978
947
FAW
-
1218
1234
RAW
-
987
991
Kerb weight BS-IV (4X4)
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
PASSENGER CAPACITY
Passenger Capacity
Front Seat : Driver + 1, Middle
Seat : 3, Rear Seat : 2 (Front Facing)
LUGGAGE SPACE
Net inside loading
space
~ 1000 mm wide x ~ 800 mm long
(with 4 passengers + Driver)
MAIN CHASSIS DIMENSION AS PER ISO:612 in MM
Wheel Base
Track Front
Track Rear
Front Overhang
Rear Overhang
Overall Length
Maximum Width
Overall Height
Min. Turning Circle dia
Min. Turning
Clearance Circle dia
Ground Clearance
2850
1580
1550
905
1025 Over rear bumper
4780 Over rear bumper
1895 - With Cladding,1860 - W/o Cladding
Unladen -1780
Unladen -1740
11.5 m
12.5 m
200 mm
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
VEHICLE DIMENSIONS
VEHICLE DIMENSIONS
(All dimensions are in mm and in unladen condition)
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CHASSIS & AGGREGATE NUMBERING LOCATIONS
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Chassis No. - Punched on RH Long member
VIN Number Plate (Near ABS Unit)
Engine Number Plate
Gear Box Number - Punched
TOD Number Plate
Rear Axle Number - Punched
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VEHICLE SERVICE
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS :
To achieve economical and trouble free performance, please follow the instructions
as stated.
YOUR CAR IS ENTITLED TO FIVE FREE SERVICES (LABOUR ONLY).
PLEASE PRESENT THESE COUPONS TO THE SERVICING DEALER WHILE
AVAILING FREE SERVICES.
1st free service
- At 1000-1500 km. OR 1 month whichever is eariler
2nd free service - At 4500-5500 km. OR 6 months whichever is eariler
3rd free service
th
4 free service
- At 14500-15500 km. OR 12 months whichever is eariler
- At 29500-30500 km. OR 24 months whichever is eariler
All services other than free services are chargeable.
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SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
Servicing of your vehicle can be done
oly at TATA MOTORS Authorised
Dealership Workshop. The details of
their locations are given in this
manual.
Warranty claims can be settled by any
TATA MOTORS Authorised Dealer for
all failures, while all warranty claims
excluding the consideration on the
replacement of major aggregates, can
be settled by any TASC which is
authorised for handling warranty
claims. TASPs will not handle warranty
repairs.
VEHICLE SERVICE
SERVICE SCHEDULEE
5000-5500
15000-15500
30000-30500
45000-45500
60000-60500
75000-75500
90000-90500
105000-105500
GENERAL
1 Wash the vehicle & clean the condenser with compressed air.
2 Check & Top up Fluids if required: Coolant, Brake / Clutch Fluid,
Battery Electrolyte, Power Steering Oil, Gear Box Oil, Transfer Case &
Front Axle (4X4)/ Rear Axle Oil
3 Drain water accumulated in Fuel Pre filter cum sedimenter and fuel
filter (OR whenever the Warning lamp glows)
4 Check engine compartment for loose fasteners and for any leakages
in fuel lines, coolant hoses, air hoses, vacuum hoses and hydraulic
line connections. Attend if necessary.
5 Check Underbody for loose fasteners & for any damage or leakage
in fuel pipes, hydraulic line connections, rack & pinion & exhaust
system including rubber hangers. Attend if necessary.
6 Apply grease on door latches, locks, check straps, strikers, bonnet
opening lever, bonnet hinges & lock plate, tailgate hinges & door lock
inner ratchet.
7 Check for proper tightening of Door latch & Striker screws, Tail gate
latch and striker screws
8 Check & ensure normal working of the vehicle using diagnostic
equipment.
1000-1500
SL. OPERATION
NO.
PDI
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Every Service
Every 15000
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Every Service
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Every Service
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Every Service
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Every Service
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Every Service
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
FREQUENCY
(in KM)
Every Service
x
x
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VEHICLE SERVICE
8
Check Accessory drive for Power Steering Pump. Change if damaged
GEAR BOX
1 *Change Gear box Oil and Clean Breather
(First at 45,000 km and thereafter every 90,000 km)
2 Change Oil in TOD ( For 4 X 4 Only )
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45000-45500
60000-60500
75000-75500
90000-90500
105000-105500
5000-5500
1000-1500
30000-30500
Every 15000
15000-15500
2.2L VARICOR ENGINE
1 *Change Engine Oil and Oil filter
(Every 15,000 Km OR 1 year, whichever is earlier)
2 Change Main Fuel filter
(Every 30,000 Km OR 2 year, whichever is earlier)
3 Change element / cartriage of Pre-filter cum Sedimentor
(Every 15,000 Km OR 1 year, whichever is earlier)
4 *Change Air filter element
5 Check All accessory Drive belts, adjust tension if required, replace
if damaged (Every 15,000 Km OR 1 year, whichever is earlier )
6 Change Timing Belt & Timing Belt tensioner
(Every 1,05,000 Km OR 5 years, whichever is earlier )
7 Change Engine Coolant
(Every 60,000 km OR 2 year, whichever is earlier)
FREQUENCY
(in KM)
PDI
SL. OPERATION
NO.
SERVICE SCHEDULE
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Every 30000
Every 15000
Every 45,000
Every 15000
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Every 105000
x
Every 60000
Every 15000
x
x
x
x
x
Every 1,20,000
x
x
x
x
VEHICLE SERVICE
45000-45500
60000-60500
75000-75500
90000-90500
105000-105500
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Every 15000
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
5000-5500
Every 15000
1000-1500
30000-30500
PROPELLER SHAFT
1 Grease propeller shaft with grease gun (at slip joint - splines end) &
check Centre bracket mounting bolts for looseness. Tighten
if necessary.
2 Check for rubber cracks on Torsional Vibration Damper (TVD),
replace if necessary
3 Change TVD
FRONT AXLE (FOR 4X4) / REAR AXLE
1 *Replace Axle Oil ( Front (For 4x4) / Rear)
2 Clean Breather in front ( FOR 4x4 ) and Rear axle
SUSPENSION & STEERING
1 Check wheel alignment/ / Steering wheel spoke alignment/ wheel
balancing & adjust if necessary
2 Check shock absorber, bushes replace if necessary
(First at 30,000 km and thereafter at every service)
3 Check condition of rubber bushes in Top & Lower wishbones, Anti
roll bars, Rear links, Pan-hard rod, rubber boots/dust cover/ bellow in
Rack & pinnion, steering ball joints & column. Replace if necessary.
4 Replace Power steering Oil & filter element
5 Change Power Steering Belt
FREQUENCY
(in KM)
PDI
SL. OPERATION
NO.
15000-15500
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Every 60000
x
Every 75000
Every 15000
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Every 15000
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Every 30,000
Every 1,05,000
Every 75000
x
x
x
x
x
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VEHICLE SERVICE
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45000-45500
60000-60500
75000-75500
90000-90500
105000-105500
x
30000-30500
x
15000-15500
5000-5500
Every Service
Every 15000
1000-1500
BRAKES & CLUTCH
1 Check parking brakes, adjust if necessary
2 Check front brake & rear brake pads, re-grease DIH liner resting
points. Replace if necessary.
3 Replace Brake & Clutch Fluid
(Every 45,000 km Or 2 years whichever is earlier)
ELECTRICALS
1 Check headlamp focusing & functioning of all electrical equipments.
2 Check for looseness of + Ve Terminals on Alternator and Starter motor
HVAC
1 Check HVAC System for satisfactory performance, attend if required.
2 Check and Clean A.C Filter
WHEEL & TYRES
1 Tyre Rotation
FREQUENCY
(in KM)
PDI
SL. OPERATION
NO.
SERVICE SCHEDULE
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Every 45000
x
Every 15000
Every 30000
Every Service
Every 15000
Every 15000
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
VEHICLE SERVICE
SERVICE SCHEDULE
* Under severe driving conditions, additional maintenance is required. Please Refer to “Additional Maintenance
Schedule under severe driving conditions”:
Precautions to be taken while cleaning engine compartment : It is recommended to use dry low pressure air. Do not use pressurised
water.
ADDITIONAL MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE UNDER SEVERE DRIVING CONDITIONS :
A
B
C
D
SL
Driving in conditions such as Patrolling, Taxi, Pickup Van, Vehicle Towing, with Trailer Towing
Driving on Dusty / Sandy roads
More than 50% (in terms of kms) driving in heavy city traffic
Frequently operating in mountainous area
ITEM
INTERVAL
NO
1.
Engine oil & oil filter
Change every 7500kms
2.
Air filter element
Change at every 22500 km OR 1.5 year whichever is
CONDITION
A
B
C
D
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
earlier
3.
Front (for 4x4) & rear axle oil change
Change first at 15000kms & thereafter at 45000 kms
•
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VEHICLE SERVICE
Km. reading
150
VEHICLE RECORD
Fuel filled
Fuel consumption
Remarks / complaints
VEHICLE SERVICE
VEHICLE RECORD
Km. reading
Fuel filled
Fuel consumption
Remarks / complaints
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VEHICLE SERVICE
RECORD OF WARRANTY REPAIRS CARRIED OUT
CHASSIS NO..............................................................
Date
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Odometer
Repair
reading (km)
Particulars of Repair
Order No.
Servicing Dealer’s Signature &
Stamp
VEHICLE SERVICE
RECORD OF WARRANTY REPAIRS CARRIED OUT
CHASSIS NO..............................................................
Date
Odometer
Repair
reading (km)
Particulars of Repair
Order No.
Servicing Dealer’s Signature &
Stamp
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VEHICLE SERVICE
RECORD OF SERVICES PERFORMED
CHASSIS NO..............................................................
Recommended
Service
At km.
PDI
1,500
5,000
15,000
30,000
45,000
60,000
75,000
90,000
1,05,000
1,20,000
1,35,000
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Date
Odometer Reading
Repair Order No.
Servicing Dealer’s Signature and Stamp
VEHICLE SERVICE
RECORD OF SERVICES PERFORMED
CHASSIS NO..............................................................
Recommended
Service
Date
Odometer Reading
Repair Order No.
Servicing Dealer’s Signature and Stamp
At km.
1,50,000
1,65,000
1,80,000
1,95,000
2,10,000
2,25,000
2,40,000
2,55,000
2,70,000
2,85,000
3,00,000
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VEHICLE SERVICE
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2
Chassis No. ......................................
Engine No. .......................................
Gear Box No. ...................................
At 5,000-5,500 km OR 6 months whichever is earlier
please bring your vehicle for this service
FREE
LABOUR
as per details given in the SERVICE SCHEDULE.
At the time of delivery of vehicle, please ensure that
pre-delivery inspection has been carried out as per details
given in the SERVICE SCHEDULE.
PDI
Chassis No. ......................................
Engine No. .......................................
FREE
LABOUR
Gear Box No. ...................................
WORK DONE TO MY SATISFACTION
WORK DONE TO MY SATISFACTION
Sign. of Customer ......................................
Sign. of Customer ......................................
Speedo Reading ........................................ Km. seal O.K. / Broken
Speedo Reading ........................................ Km. seal O.K. / Broken
R.O. No. ..................................................... Date ............................
R.O. No. ..................................................... Date ............................
Dealer's / Authorised Service Centre's
Dealer's / Authorised Service Centre's
Stamp & Signature .........................................................................
Stamp & Signature .........................................................................
3
Chassis No. ......................................
Engine No. ...................................
At 15,000-15,500 km OR 12 months whichever is earlier
please bring your vehicle for this service
FREE
LABOUR
as per details given in the SERVICE SCHEDULE.
WORK DONE TO MY SATISFACTION
1
Chassis No. ......................................
Engine No. .......................................
At 1,000-1,500 km OR 1 month whichever is earlier
please bring your vehicle for this service
FREE
LABOUR
as per details given in the SERVICE SCHEDULE.
WORK DONE TO MY SATISFACTION
Sign. of Customer ......................................
Sign. of Customer ......................................
Speedo Reading ........................................ Km. seal O.K. / Broken
Speedo Reading ........................................ Km. seal O.K. / Broken
R.O. No. ..................................................... Date ............................
R.O. No. ..................................................... Date ............................
Dealer's / Authorised Service Centre's
Dealer's / Authorised Service Centre's
Stamp & Signature .........................................................................
Stamp & Signature .........................................................................
4
Chassis No. ......................................
Engine No. .......................................
At 30,000-30,500 km OR 24 months whichever is earlier
please bring your vehicle for this service
FREE
LABOUR
as per details given in the SERVICE SCHEDULE.
WORK DONE TO MY SATISFACTION
Sign. of Customer ......................................
Speedo Reading ........................................ Km. seal O.K. / Broken
R.O. No. ..................................................... Date ............................
Dealer's / Authorised Service Centre's
Stamp & Signature .........................................................................
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