Transit 9st shuttle bus owners manual 2007 on

Transit 9st shuttle bus owners manual 2007 on
Supplementary Owner's Handbook
Ford Transit 8/9 Seat Minibus
February 2007 on
The illustrations, technical information, data and descriptions contained in this publication,
were correct at the time of going to print. VFS (Southampton) Ltd reserve the right to make any
changes necessary in line with continuous development and improvement.
No liability can be accepted for any inaccuracies or omissions in this publication, although due care has
been taken to make it as complete and accurate as possible. This publication describes options and
trim levels available throughout the Ford Transit 8/9 Seat Bus model range,
and therefore some of the items covered may not be available or apply to your vehicle.
This publication may not be duplicated, reprinted, stored in a data processing system or transmitted
by electronic, mechanical, photographic or other means, or recorded, translated, edited, abridged or
expanded without the prior written consent of VFS (Southampton) Ltd.
The same also applies for parts of this manual and their use in other publications.
© Copyright 2006. Issued by VFS (Southampton) Ltd. Part No: VFS01-16-062A
Printed by: Bob Watkins Artwork & Design 01708 222322. Printed on totally Chlorine-free (TCF) paper
1
Table of Contents
Introduction
3
Seats
19
Cab seats
Legal Requirements
4
Rear Passenger seats
Tachograph
Vehicle Layout
Luggage
21
Emergency Equipment
22
5
Doors
6
Information & Warning Decals 23
Overview
Opening sliding doors
Occupant Protection
24
Vehicle Identification
25
Technical Specifications
26
Wiring Diagrams
27
7
General references
Rear compartment seating
Locks
8
Locking the vehicle
Luggage compartment Illumination
Unlocking the vehicle
Alarm
Maintenance
Stepwell Illumination
12
Arming the perimeter alarm
Spare Parts
29
Parts supply
Triggering the perimeter alarm
Parts Lists
Disarming the perimeter alarm
Parts listing by category including
diagrams
Lighting
14
Stepwell illumination
Warranty
39
Index
40
Maintenance & Repair Log
42
Luggage compartment illumination
Climate Control
16
2
Introduction
This supplementary owners handbook must be referred to in addition
to the standard Transit owners handbook. Read and understand both
manuals and familiarise yourself with the vehicle before operating the
vehicle on the road.
Note: This manual only details the features on the Transit 9 seat bus
that are not covered in the standard Transit owners manual, therefore
it is imperative that this manual is kept with the standard Transit owners
guide at all times.
Note: Always use and operate your vehicle in line with all applicable
laws and regulations.
Note: Pass on this handbook when selling your vehicle, it is an integral
part of the vehicle.
SYMBOLS GLOSSARY
Symbols in this handbook
Warning
!
3
You risk death or serious injury to yourself and others
if you do not follow the instructions highlighted by the
warning symbol.
Legal Requirements
The Transit 9 seat minibus complies with all UK vehicle legislation.
Before taking the vehicle outside the United Kingdom, local legislation
of the destination country and any countries that are travelled through
must be checked to ensure compliance.
Tachograph
If it is intended that the vehicle is taken outside of the United Kingdom
a tachograph will be required.
For use within the UK a tachograph may be required under certain use
conditions defined in 'Drivers Hours and Tachograph Rules for
Passenger Vehicles in the UK and Europe' and revisions, copies of
which can be obtained from VOSA at the Department for Transport.
4
Vehicle Layout
Familiarise yourself with the layout of the vehicle, before operating.
Knowing the position and control of the entry/exit doors is essential to
the safe operation of the vehicle and safety of the passengers.
The luggage compartment can only be accessed from the rear
of the vehicle.
Seats
Single passenger
seat for 8 seat
variant
Front passenger
entrance / exit
Drivers door
Row 1
Rear
compartment
entrance/
Row 2
exit
Rear compartment
entrance / exit
Folding seat
back
Row 3
Luggage
Rear luggage
compartment doors
5
Doors
Opening sliding doors
To open from the inside or
from the outside pull the door
handle and then slide the door
backwards until it engages
with the stop.
To manually lock a sliding door,
turn the locking knob on the
inside of the door to the locked
position. To unlock, turn it to
the unlocked position.
Warning
!
Make sure that the roof rack and its load do not obstruct
the sliding door. Ask your dealer for advice on roof racks
suitable for your vehicle.
6
Occupant Protection & Child Safety
General requirements:
Refer to Transit owners handbook – 'Occupant protection' and 'Child
safety' for details relevant to the cab compartment.
Rear compartment seating:
Refer to Transit owners handbook – 'Occupant protection' and 'Child
safety'.
Row 2 – Row 2 is equipped with ISOFIX anchor points – see 'Child
safety' in the Transit owners manual for further info. Standard lap and
diagonal seat belts are supplied with row 2.
7
Locks
Please refer to the Transit owner's handbook for details on 'Keys and
Remote Controls', 'Alarm', and 'Engine Immobiliser'. The perimeter
alarm can be specified as an option on the 9 seat bus, no other alarm
options are available.
Locking the vehicle
Type of locks:- Power locking with remote key entry.
Locking the vehicle using the remote control buttons
To lock all the doors on the vehicle, press the 'lock' button on the
remote key once. Pressing button twice for double locking.
Warning - Passengers will not be able to exit the vehicle in an
emergency if it is double locked
B
C
A
A
Lock
B
Unlock
C
Cargo Lock
Press the lock button once.
8
Locks
Locking the vehicle using the
mechanical key
A
To lock all the doors on the vehicle, turn
the key in the lock to position B.
A
B
Unlock
Lock
B
B
Locking the vehicle using the
internal door controls
A
To lock all the doors on the vehicle,
push the driver's or passenger's
interior door handle.
E71286
C
A
White mark
B
Lock
C
Unlock
If you see the white mark
the door is locked.
9
B
Locks
Visible locking feedback
A locking action is indicated to the user by a single long flash of the
direction indicators. Locking feedback is only given once the vehicle is
in its most secure locking state. For all vehicles, this is when they are
double locked.
If a lock attempt is unsuccessful (e.g. a door is still open), no locking
feedback is given.
Audible mislock feedback
If a lock attempt is unsuccessful (e.g. a door is still open), then mislock
feedback is indicated to the driver by a short beep of the vehicle horn.
Audible mislock feedback is standard on all vehicles with power
locking, but can be disabled or enabled by a Ford dealer.
10
Locks
Unlocking the vehicle
Unlocking the vehicle using the internal door controls
To unlock the vehicle,
pull the driver's or
passenger's interior
door handle.
A
E71286
C
A
White mark
B
Lock
C
Unlock
If you see the white
mark the door is locked.
B
It is not possible to unlock the rest of the vehicle from the rear door
interior door release.
A
Unlocking the vehicle using the
mechanical key
B
B
To unlock the vehicle, turn the key in the lock
to position A.
Unlocking the vehicle using the
remote control buttons
To unlock the vehicle, press the 'unlock' button. To unlock the rear
passenger compartment press the 'cargo unlock' button on the
remote key.
Unlocking feedback
An unlocking action is indicated to the user by two flashes of the
direction indicators. Unlocking feedback is only given for each
unlock action.
11
Alarm
Perimeter alarm
Perimeter alarm is an optional feature.
The perimeter alarm acts as a deterrent against unauthorised persons
opening the cabin, passenger area doors, bonnet or removing the
audio system. This is also operational when removing a trailer (if a Ford
trailer-tow kit is fitted).
Arming the perimeter alarm
The alarm is fully armed by …
Centrally locking the vehicle using the lock button on the remote key
The alarm is armed in reduce guard mode by …
Centrally locking the vehicle using the key in one of the door locks
In reduced guard mode, trailer detection is disabled.
Once the vehicle is locked, the 20 second arming delay begins. This
allows any open doors or the bonnet to be closed without triggering
the alarm. After 20 seconds the alarm arms.
12
Alarm
Triggering the perimeter alarm
The alarm is triggered when …
• Any door is opened
• The bonnet is opened
• An attempt is made to start the vehicle without a valid key
• An attempt is made to remove the radio
• A trailer that was connected at the time of arming is disconnected
(not reduced guard)
When the alarm is triggered, the alarm horns sound for 30 seconds and
the hazard lights flash for 5 minutes. If the trigger event has been
removed, the alarm re-arms. If a trigger event still exists, the alarm
horns will sound again.
Disarming the perimeter alarm
The alarm can be disarmed and silenced by…
• Unlocking the vehicle using the unlock button or cargo unlock
button on the remote key
• Unlocking the vehicle with the key
• Turning on the ignition with the correct key
13
Lighting
Stepwell illumination
The vehicle is fitted with stepwell illumination to all passenger doors.
The stepwell lamps will come on and go off automatically when you
open and close the doors. If you unlock the doors with the remote
control, they will illuminate. The lamps will extinguish automatically after
a short time.
Sliding
passenger door
LHS
Sliding
passenger door
RHS
Front passenger
door
14
Lighting
Bulb replacement
Luggage compartment light (10-watt bayonet bulb)
To replace bulb, switch off the interior lights. Prise out the light assembly
with a flat-bladed screwdriver. Gently press the bulb into the bulb-holder,
turn anti-clockwise and remove the bulb.
Installation is in the reverse order.
Illuminated stepwell lights (5-watt socket bulb)
To replace bulb, switch off the interior lights. Remove the two cross head
screws retaining the lamp assembly to vehicle body. Pull lamp assembly
away from the vehicle body. Turn bulb holder and remove from lens, then
remove the bulb.
Installation is in the reverse order.
15
Climate Control
Air conditioning
Switching on the air conditioning.
The air conditioning in the rear passenger compartment will only
function if the front passenger compartment air conditioning system is
switched on. See Owner's Guide.
Rear heating and ventilation
Controls
The controls for rear heating,
ventilation and air conditioning
are located centrally in the
front passenger compartment
headlining.
16
Climate Control
Air distribution and temperature control
Directs the airflow and temperature as follows.
Face level
The main air stream
flows to the upper
vents in the rear
passenger
compartment.
Mix position
The air distribution
can be set to any
mid position.
Footwell
The main air stream
flows to the lower
vents in the rear
passenger
compartment.
17
Climate Control
Temperature control
Rotate clockwise to increase temperature,
anti clockwise to decrease.
Note: The heating effect depends upon
the coolant temperature and is therefore
only effective when the engine is warm.
Blower
The airflow in the rear of the interior is
dependent on the blower.
The blower is off in position 0.
To increase the blower speed, select a
higher position.
Rapid heating of vehicle
interior
Set the distribution and
temperature control to the
footwell position.
Select the highest blower setting.
Ventilation
Set the distribution and
temperature control. Set the
blower to any position. Open the
upper vents to suit individual
requirements.
18
Seats
Cab seating
Refer to Transit owners manual for details on cab seats, restraints and
child safety. The standard 9 seat bus is fitted with a dual passenger
seat as standard. An optional single passenger seat may be specified
reducing the total seating capacity to 8 seats.
Rear passenger seats
With reference to the vehicle layout drawing, 6 seats are provided in
two rows of seating all fixed:
Row 2 – Triple seat, includes a folding seat back to the nearside seat
adjacent to the rear compartment entrance. This feature is operated
by a lever to assist entry into the row 3 seating. Pull lever forward whilst
simultaneously pushing seat back forward. To return seat back to the
upright position simply push back rearwards until it stops.
Row 3 – Full width triple seat. Access from side entrance.
19
Seats
Load retention
Always position heaviest
items directly on the floor.
Use the load lashing points
provided on the luggage
compartment floor and load
barrier to retain luggage
securely.
Luggage should be loaded
in such a way that no items
will be thrown forward, if
driver has to brake suddenly.
To fold third row
seatback to increase
rear luggage space
The third row seatback can
be folded forward.
To facilitate seatback folding,
release straps are located at
the back of the seat in the
luggage area.
Pull both straps rearward,
then push top of rear seat
forward to fold.
When raising the seatback,
make sure it is locked in the
up-right position, listening
for audible engagement
of latches.
20
Luggage
Luggage should be stowed and secured in the rear luggage
compartment accessible via the rear doors. On no account place
luggage in the passenger compartment that may impede the safe
entry/exit, therefore luggage should not be placed in seat aisle-ways or
by the nearside side entrance/exit door.
Warning
21
!
Do not place luggage in the passenger compartment that
may impede access to the doors.
!
Use load securing straps to an approved standard,
e.g. Din standard to secure all luggage.
!
Make sure that you secure all loose items properly.
!
Place luggage and other loads as low and as far forward
as possible within the luggage compartment.
!
Do not drive with the tailgate or rear door open.
Exhaust fumes may enter the vehicle.
Emergency Equipment
First aid kit
First aid kit is located within a
sprung loaded bracket on
the left hand side of cab
locker.
Pull kit upwards to release it
from the bracket.
Replace kit after use by
pushing back down into
bracket until it locks in place.
Fire extinguisher
The fire extinguisher is
located on the floor between
the driver's and co-driver's
seats.
Ensure that the instructions
for use, which can be found
on the body of the
extinguisher, are read prior
to it being used.
22
Information and Warning Decals
Decals are included to assist passengers in operating entrance/exit
doors in addition to general information about the passenger capacity,
location of first aid and fire extinguishers.
It is important that these decals are maintained in good condition and
should be replaced if damaged during normal day to day wear and
tear.
List of decals and their location:-
23
DECAL DESCRIPTION
DECAL LOCATION
NO STANDING
Inside of RH side door, above window.
SEATING CAPACITY 8
PASSENGERS
Inside of RH side door, above window.
PULL TO OPEN (Left Arrow)
Inside of LH side door, adjacent to handle.
Outside of RH side door, adjacent to handle.
PULL TO OPEN (Right Arrow)
Inside of RH side door, adjacent to handle.
Outside of LH side door, adjacent to handle.
FIRST AID….FIRE EXT….
LH side of instrument panel.
FIRST AID IN OVERCAB LOCKER
Inside luggage compartment on
RH body side, and inside passenger
compartment LHS
LOCK/UNLOCK
(clockwise arrow)
Inside of RH side door, above manual
lock control.
LOCK/UNLOCK
(anticlockwise arrow)
Inside of LH side door, above manual
lock control.
FIRE EXTINGUISHER UNDER
FRONT PASSENGER SEAT
Inside rear passenger compartment,
rear of RHS sliding door.
Maintenance
In addition to regular servicing of the base vehicle we recommend that
you carry out the following checks in addition to those shown in the
Transit owners handbook.
Daily checks
• First aid box present and securely located
• Fire extinguisher present and securely located
• Correct operation of sliding doors
• Grab handles (yellow) present and securely located
• Check stepwell lighting
• Check all warning and information decals are present
Monthly Checks
• First aid box contents complete and within date
• Check fire extinguisher condition meter or weight, dependent
upon which type fitted. If a meter fitted, ensure it is within the
green or OK sector of the gauge, if not replace extinguisher
• Security of seat belt stalks to floor
• Security of passenger compartment seat fixings
• Condition of seat belts, buckles and correct belt retraction
• Smooth operation of both side sliding doors, lubricate with lithium
grease if necessary
24
Vehicle Identification
Vehicle identification plate
The vehicle identification plate is
located on the left hand B pillar.
This plate displays information on
vehicle type, identification number,
vehicle weights and additional
vehicle data.
25
Technical Specifications
Tyre pressure
Tyre pressures (cold tyres)
Tyre size
Payload
class
Config.*
Max. axle load (kg)
front
back
bar (lbf/in2)
front
back
Bus
195/70 R15C
8/9 Seat
F, S
1600
205/65 R16C
* F = front wheel drive, S = single rear wheel
1760
4.0 (58)
3.8 (55)
4.5 (65)
4.3 (62)
Dimensions
Dimensions (mm)
Vehicles with medium wheelbase
- without rear step
5230
- with rear step
5340
- with towing equipment
5380
B = Overall width
(excluding exterior mirrors)
1748
C = Overall height
2 - Semi high roof
2302 – 2379
Front
1737 – 1745
Rear
1700 – 1718
A = Maximum length
3300
D = Wheelbase
E = Track
26
Wiring Diagrams
Luggage illumination
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/RFDWHGRQ5+VLGHWULPSDQHO
/XJJDJHFRPSDUWPHQWODPS
/RFDWHGRQ/+VLGHWULPSDQHO
/+UHDUFRXUWHV\
ODPS/RFDWHG
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5+UHDUFRXUWHV\
ODPS/RFDWHG
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5HG
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ODPSZLULQJ
27
Wiring Diagrams
Stepwell illumination
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VWHSZHOOODPS
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VWHSZHOOODPS
%ODFN
(PHUJHQF\GRRU
VWHSZHOOODPS
2UDQJH%OXH
5HDUFRPSDUWPHQW
IRUZDUGFRXUWHV\ODPS
/RFDWHGLQKHDGOLQLQJ
5HG%ODFN
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5HDUFRPSDUWPHQW
FRXUWHV\ODPSZLULQJ
28
29
Luggage Area &
Associated Parts
$VVRFLDWHG3DUWV
Spare Parts
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
ITEM
Bulkhead assy - 9 Seat Minibus
Roofbow assy - 9 Seat Minibus
Spacer load barrier bodyside
Guard RH Side Window - 9 Seat Minibus
Guard LH Side Window - 9 Seat Minibus
Guard RH Rear Window - 9 Seat Minibus
Guard LH Rear Window - 9 Seat Minibus
Reinforcement - Bulkhead lower RH bodyside C/W speaker cutout
Reinforcement - Bulkhead lower LH bodyside C/W speaker cutout
Cup - Load Lashing
Loop - Load Lashing
Bolt M10 x 70 Socket cap
Rivet - 6.35 x 16mm (Avdel Hemlok)
Rivet - 6.35 x 12mm (Avdel Hemlok)
Screw - M8 x 30
Rivnut - M6x6x15.5 Flanged
Screw and washer assy - M6x22 (Ø20 washer) Chem black
Rivet - 4.8 x 12mm (Avdel Hemlok)
M6 x 25 Socket button head screw black
Washer M6 Normal heavy, form A Black
Loop - Load Lashing LH - AC only
DESCRIPTION
VFS01-16-027F
VFS01-16-010E
VFS01-16-033A
VFS01-16-034B
VFS01-16-035B
VFS01-16-007G
VFS01-16-008G
VFS01-16-077A
VFS01-16-078A
Ford Part
Ford Part
VFSH02-0023
VFSH05-0006
VFSH05-0008
VFSH01-0014
VFSH06-0002
VFSH01-0022
VFSH05-0005
VFSH01-0034
VFSH03-0028
VFS01-16-086A
PART NUMBER
1
1
8
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
8
6
22
2
2
4
4
16
16
1
QTY
Spare Parts
30
31
Seating & Associate Parts
Spare Parts
1
2
3
4
5
6
ITEM
Seat assy - Triple midi 2nd row
Seat assy - RHD Triple 3rd row
LH seat shield - Triple midi LHD
Screw self tapping 4.8 x 19mm - Pozi pan head Black
Screw self tapping 4.8 x 32mm - Pozi pan head Black
Screw and washer assy - M14x65 (Ø35 washer) Chem black
DESCRIPTION
Ford Part
Ford Part
VFS01-16-041A
VFSH01-0026
VFSH01-0018
Ford Part
PART NUMBER
1
1
1
3
1
16
QTY
Spare Parts
32
33
Interior Trim
HULRU7ULP
Spare Parts
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
ITEM
Panel trimboard RHS, With speaker cutout
Panel trimboard LHS (Less AC)
Finisher C pillar RH
Finisher C pillar LH
Finisher Bodyside inner - lower
Finisher - Rear door upper RH
Finisher - Rear door upper LH
Finisher D pillar LH (Non AC only)
Finisher D pillar RH
Mat rubber - Cab locker inner
Headlining - Rear section with lamp holes
Bezel - Lamp assy rear compartment
Panel trimboard LHS (With AC)
Cover assy - HVAC with lamp hole
Clip trim board retainer - Short
DESCRIPTION
VFS01-16-082A
VFS01-16-083A
VFS01-12-075A
VFS01-12-076
VFS01-12-064A
VFS01-12-065A
VFS01-12-066A
VFS01-12-071A
VFS01-12-070A
Ford Part
VFS01-16-085A
VFSL02-135008-150
VFS01-16-084A
VFS01-16-051A
Ford Part
PART NUMBER
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
6
QTY
Spare Parts
34
35
Electrical Items
FWULFDO,WHPV
Spare Parts
1
2
3
4
ITEM
Lamp assy - Stepwell
Lamp assy - Luggage
Wiring assy - Stepwell illumination
Wiring assy - Luggage illumination
DESCRIPTION
VFSL02-13707-AA
VFSG21-0045
VFS01-12-063B
VFS01-16-061A
PART NUMBER
3
4
1
1
QTY
Spare Parts
36
37
Health & Safety
DOWK6DIHW\
Spare Parts
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
ITEM
HANDLE ASSIST- 'C' PILLAR
HANDLE ASSIST - 'B' PILLAR LH
Support fire extinguisher fix
Extinguisher assy - Fire
PLATE - DECAL MOUNTING ASSY - FIRST AID / FIRE EXTINGUISHER
Bracket - First aid mounting
First aid kit
Rivnut - M6x9x15.5 Half-hex flanged
Screw and washer assy - M6x22 (Ø20 washer) Chem black
Rivnut - M8x11x17 Dome head
Screw - M8 x 30
M8 x 20mm x 1mm (Special) - Black
Nut - M8 Flanged Locking Grade 8.8 - Chem Black
Screw self tapping 4.8 x 16mm - Pozi pan head Black
Screw - M5 x 16mm Domed Cross Head - Plated
Washer M5 repair
Rivet - 4.8 x 16mm - Steel (Small head)
Decal Kit 9 seat Minibus
Decal - 'NO STANDING'
Decal - 'PULL TO OPEN' (Left arrow)
Decal - 'PULL TO OPEN' (Right arrow)
Decal - 'LOCK/UNLOCK' (L)
Decal - 'LOCK/UNLOCK' (R)
Decal - 'Converters Name & Contact Details'
Decal - 'FIRE EXTINGUISHER UNDER FRONT SEAT'
Decal - 'SEATING CAPACITY 8 PASSENGERS'
Decal - 'First aid in overhead locker/Fire extinguisher under front seat'
Decal - 'First aid kit in overhead locker'
Decal - 'PULL RELEASE STRAPS'
Decal - 'STOW HEAVY LUGGAGE'
DESCRIPTION
VFS01-12-043A
VFS01-12-100B
VFS01-12-032A
VFS01-12-047A
VFS01-12-095A
VFS01-16-020B
VFS01-12-046A
VFSH06-0009
VFSH01-0022
VFSH06-0008
VFSH01-0014
VFSH03-0008
VFSH04-0009
VFSH01-0017
VFSH01-0006
VFSH03-0009
VFSH05-0009
As below
VFS01-12-077A
VFS01-12-081A
VFS01-12-082A
VFS01-12-085A
VFS01-12-086A
VFS01-12-088A
VFS01-12-097A
VFS01-16-080A
VFS01-16-081A
VFS100-057
VFS100-058
VFS100-059
PART NUMBER
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
5
1
2
3
1
3
1
1
4
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
QTY
Spare Parts
38
Warranty
The base vehicle is protected by a 3-year/100,000 mile warranty
by Ford Motor Company under the standard conditions of warranty
for Transit. The additional vehicle equipment, supplied and fitted by
VFS Ltd are covered under a separate 3-year/100,000 mile warranty
offered by VFS Ltd.
Upgrades are available for the base vehicle, giving an option of
scheduled servicing for up to 4 years. Upgrades are not available for
the additional content supplied by VFS Ltd.
Warranty claims for the additional content supplied by VFS Ltd,
detailed in the parts list section of this handbook should be made direct
to VFS Ltd.
Contact details:VFS (Southampton) Ltd.
Unit 8
Barton Park Industrial Estate
Chickenhall Lane
Eastleigh
Hants
SO50 6RR
Tel: 023 8065 1704
Fax: 023 8062 0999
E-mail: parts@vfs.co.uk
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Index
Description
Page
A
Air conditioning
Alarm
16
12
B
Bulb replacement
15
C
Child safety
Climate control
7
16
D
Doors
Decals
Dimensions
6
23
26
E
Emergency equipment
22
F
Fire extinguisher
First aid kit
22
22
H
Handles
I
Introduction
ISO Fix
Identification numbers
Interior lighting
L
Legal requirements
Locks
Locking feedback
Lighting
Luggage
Luggage illumination
9
3
7
25
15
4
8
10
14
21
15, 27
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Index
Description
Page
M
Maintenance
Maintenance & repair log
O
Occupant protection
P
Parts
R
Roof rack
Remote control
S
Symbols
Seating
Seatbelts
Stepwell illumination
Specifications
Spare parts
T
Tachograph
Tyres / Tyre pressures
Technical specification
4
26
26
V
Vehicle layout
Vehicle identification
5
25
W
Warning instructions
Warning decals
Warranty
Wiring diagrams
21
23
39
27, 28
41
24
42
7
29 to 38
6
8
3
5, 7, 19
7
14, 28
26
29 to 38
Maintenance & Repair Log
This Log is intended to keep a record of all maintenance and repair
actions carried out on the parts and equipment detail within the parts
section of this handbook.
Date
Mileage
Service Agent/Repairer:
Maintenance/Repair action
42
Maintenance & Repair Log
Date
Mileage
Service Agent/Repairer:
Maintenance/Repair action
Date
Mileage
Service Agent/Repairer:
Maintenance/Repair action
43
Maintenance & Repair Log
Date
Mileage
Service Agent/Repairer:
Maintenance/Repair action
Date
Mileage
Service Agent/Repairer:
Maintenance/Repair action
44
Maintenance & Repair Log
Date
Mileage
Service Agent/Repairer:
Maintenance/Repair action
Date
Mileage
Service Agent/Repairer:
Maintenance/Repair action
45
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