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2 0 1 7 Q U I C K R E F E R E N C E G U I D E
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WARNING: Driving while distracted can result in
loss of vehicle control, crash and injury. We
strongly recommend that you use extreme
caution when using any device that may take your
focus off the road. Your primary responsibility is
the safe operation of your vehicle. We recommend
against the use of any hand-held device while
driving and encourage the use of voice-operated
systems when possible. Make sure you are aware
of all applicable local laws that may affect the
use of electronic devices while driving.
Canada
Ford Customer Relationship Centre
1-800-565-3673 (FORD)
(TDD for the hearing impaired:
1-888-658-6805)
ford.ca
@FordServiceCA
@FordService
April 2016
This Quick Reference Guide is not intended to
replace your vehicle Owner’s Manual which
contains more detailed information concerning
the features of your vehicle, as well as important
safety warnings designed to help reduce the risk
of injury to you and your passengers. Please read
your entire Owner’s Manual carefully as you
begin learning about your new vehicle and refer
to the appropriate chapters when questions
arise. All information contained in this Quick
Reference Guide was accurate at the time of
duplication. We reserve the right to change
features, operation and/or functionality of any
vehicle specification at any time. Your Ford dealer
is the best source for the most current
information. For detailed operating and safety
information, please consult your Owner’s Manual.
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G U I D E
CO M M O N LY U S E D VO I C E CO M M A N D S
Press the voice button
Audio
»Audio list of commands
»AM <530-1710>
»FM <87.9-107.9>
»SiriusXM <0-233>
<Sirius channel name>
»Bluetooth audio
»USB
»CD
»Help
Apps
»List mobile apps
»Find new apps
Instr ument Panel.................. 4–5
on the steering wheel and then say:
Basic Commands
»Main menu
»Go back
»Cancel
»List of commands
»Next page
»Previous page
»Help
Phone
»Phone list of commands
»Pair phone
»Call
<name> <on cell/
at home/at work>
»Dial
<phone number>
»Listen to text message
TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S
SYNC..................................... 6–7
Navigation*
»Navigation list of commands
»Destination
<home/previous destination>
»Find
<an address/POI/intersection>
»Show route
»Where am I?
»SiriusXM Traffic and
Travel Link*
- Show
<traffic/weather map/
fuel prices/5 day forecast>
- Help
SYNC 3.................................. 8–10
Co mfo r t . . ............................... 11
Co nver tible To p..................... 12–13
Co nvenience . . ........................ 14
Functio n . . .............................. 15–17
Es s ential Features................ 18–19
Climate*
»Climate list of commands
»Climate set temperature
<# degrees>
Refer to the SYNC 3 chapter in your Owner’s Manual, visit the website or
call the toll-free number for more information.
For U.S. customers: Visit owner.ford.com or call 1-800-392-3673
(select Option 1 or 2 for language, then Option 3).
For Canadian customers: Visit syncmyride.ca or call 1-800-565-3673
(select Option 1 or 2 for language, then Option 3).
*if equipped
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To set a cruise control speed:
A. Press and release the ON button.
B. D
rive to your desired speed, and then press and release
the SET+ button.
C. Take your foot off the accelerator pedal.
To change your set speed, press and release SET+ or SET–.
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2
For information regarding adaptive cruise control*, see the
Cruise Control chapter in your Owner’s Manual.
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2 Lighting Control
Switches off the headlamps.
Switches on the parking, instrument panel, license
plate and tail lamps.
Switches on the headlamps.
Autolamps* automatically switch the exterior lamps
on or off based on available daylight.
Switch the fog lamps* on or off by pressing
the control.
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*if equipped
ervice Engine
3 S
Soon Light
Provides
information
about
various
systems
on
your
vehicle. Use the left-hand, 5-way
controls on the steering wheel
to choose and confirm settings
and messages. Refer to the
Information Displays chapter
of your Owner’s Manual for
more information.
To turn cruise control off, press and release OFF.
L
4 Information Display
3
To resume a set speed, press and release RES.
E
Lights briefly when you switch
the ignition on. If it remains on
or is blinking after you start the
engine, the On-Board Diagnostics
(OBD-II) system has detected a
problem. Drive in a moderate
fashion (avoid heavy acceleration
and deceleration) and contact
an authorized dealer as soon
as possible.
1 Cruise Control
To cancel your set speed, press and release CNCL or tap the
brake pedal.
N
1
teering Wheel
5 S
Media Controls
6
Press VOL+ or VOL– to increase or
decrease volume levels.
Press or to access the previous
or next radio station, CD track or
preset satellite radio channel*.
*if equipped
Press M repeatedly to access all
possible media sources.
Press
to access SYNC® voice
recognition*.
Press
to access SYNC phone
features or to answer a call.
Press
to end a call.
ush Button
6 P
Start Switch
Allows you to start your vehicle
by pressing the START/STOP
button when fully pressing down
on the brake pedal (with automatic
transmission) or the clutch
(with manual transmission). If
your vehicle has been idling for
an extended period of time, it
automatically shuts down. Before
the engine shuts down, a message
appears
in
the
information
display, allowing the driver to
override the shutdown feature.
Press the button again to switch
the engine off.
Note: Your keyless remote must
be inside the vehicle to switch the
ignition on and start your vehicle.
The keyless warning alert sounds
the horn twice when you exit the
vehicle with the keyless remote
when your vehicle is running.
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SYNC
®
SYNC is a hands-free, voice recognition system used for
entertainment, information and communication.
SYNC. Say the Word.
Before You Get Started
1. S
et up your owner account by visiting owner.ford.com (U.S.)
or syncmyride.ca (Canada). Register by following the
on-screen instructions. After registering you can see what
complimentary services you are eligible for.
2. S
YNC uses a wireless connection called Bluetooth®
to communicate with your phone. Switch Bluetooth
mode on in your phone’s menu options. This lets your
phone find SYNC. If you need more details on setting up
your phone to work with SYNC, visit owner.ford.com
(U.S.) or syncmyride.ca (Canada), or your phone
manufacturer’s website.
Pairing Your Cell Phone with SYNC
In order to use many of the features of SYNC such as making
a phone call or receiving a text, you must first connect or pair
your phone with SYNC.
To pair your cell phone for the first time
1. M
ake sure your vehicle is in park (P) (automatic
transmission) or 1 (manual transmission), and you switch
on your ignition, radio and cell phone’s Bluetooth feature.
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2. P
ress the phone button . When the display indicates no
phone is paired, select the option to add a phone.
3. W
hen a message to begin pairing appears in the audio
display, search for SYNC on your phone to start the
pairing process.
4. C
onfirm that the six-digit PIN appearing on your phone
matches the six-digit PIN that displays on the SYNC screen.
The display indicates when the pairing is successful.
The system may prompt you to
»Set your phone as the primary or favorite (the primary
phone receives messages and voicemail).
»Download your phone book (required to use the full set of
voice commands).
»Switch on 911 Assist®.
Tips
»Make sure you accept the request from SYNC to access
your phone.
Why Do You Need a SYNC Owner Account?
Answering incoming calls
A SYNC owner account lets you receive the latest software
updates, and when you have questions, free customer
support. Visit the website or call the toll-free number for more
information. See the inside front cover of this guide for details.
Whenever you have an incoming call, caller information
appears in the display, if the information is available. Press
the phone button
to answer an incoming call. You can hang
up at any time by pressing the
button.
Using Your Cell Phone with SYNC
Using SYNC to Access Digital Media
Making a phone call
Plug your USB media device, such as phones and MP3
players, into a USB port and then wait for the system to finish
indexing your music. When indexing is complete, you can use
SYNC to play all of your favorite music.
Note: You must download your phone book to make phone
calls with voice commands by name.
Use SYNC to make a phone call to anyone in your phone
book by pressing the voice button
. When prompted, say a
voice command.
For example, you could say “Call Jake Smith at home”. When
the system confirms the number, say “Dial” to initiate the call.
Using voice commands to play music
1. Plug your media player into your USB port.
2. P
ress the voice button . When prompted, say “USB”, then
follow up by saying a voice command.
Note: You can also make phone calls by pressing the voice
button
and when prompted, give the voice command “Dial”,
then verbally say the phone number.
»
To pair subsequent phones, please refer to Pairing
Subsequent Phones in the SYNC chapter of your
Owner’s Manual.
»If you are experiencing pairing problems, try performing a
clean pairing by deleting your services from SYNC, deleting
the SYNC connection from your phone and then repeating
the Pairing Your Cell Phone with SYNC process.
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S Y N C 3*
®
Phone
After pairing your phone, you can
access more phone-dependent features:
Using SYNC 3
SYNC is a hands-free, voice recognition
system used for entertainment, information
and communication.
»Recent call lists.
»
Contacts: All of your contacts from
your phone display alphabetically.
Sort and view your contacts by
selecting a specific letter.
Use the touchscreen to explore and interact with
your vehicle. The touchscreen works the same
way traditional controls, knobs and buttons do.
The system provides easy interaction with your
audio, climate, phone, navigation,* mobile apps
and settings.
»
Phone settings: Pair another
phone, and set ring tones and alerts.
» Text messages: View all of your
recent text messages.
General tips
»Press the home icon at any time to return to
your home screen.
»Refer to the SYNC 3 chapter in your Owner’s
Manual, visit the website or call the toll-free
number for more information. See the inside
front cover of this guide for details.
To pair your cell phone
Pair your phone to SYNC before use. Make sure
that your vehicle is in park (P) and you switch
on your ignition.
»Make sure you switch Bluetooth on and that
your device is discoverable. See your phone’s
manual, if necessary.
»Touch Add Phone on your
touchscreen.
Follow
the
on-screen instructions.
»
Once the PIN is confirmed,
the display indicates when the
pairing is successful.
»Listen for a prompt to search
for SYNC on your device. Select
your vehicle make and model
as it appears on your device.
SYNC prompts you to choose your
settings for certain features.
Your cell phone may also prompt
you to give SYNC permission to
access information.
»
Confirm the six-digit PIN
appearing on your device
matches the six-digit PIN on
the SYNC 3 touchscreen.
»
Do not disturb: Send all calls to
your voicemail, all ring tones
and alerts set to silent mode and
text message notifications are not
displayed on the touchscreen.
Refer to the SYNC 3 chapter in your
Owner’s Manual for complete details.
Navigation*
Press the Navigation* icon to set your
destination. Select one of two ways to
find your destination:
»Map mode shows advanced viewing
of 2-D city maps, 3-D landmarks and
3-D city models (when available).
»Destination mode lets you key in a
specific address or use a variety of
search methods to locate where you
want to go.
Refer to the SYNC 3 chapter in your
Owner’s Manual for complete details.
Set a Destination
1. Press
Destination
on
your
touchscreen and then press Search.
2. E
nter a street address, intersection,
city or a point of interest (POI).
Navigation Menu
When you are on your route, you can
change your touchscreen view. To
change the view, touch Menu on the
bottom of the screen and then select
Screen View to choose from any of the
following selections:
»Full Map
»Highway Exit information displays
on the right side of the touchscreen.
View POI Icons (restaurants, ATMs,
etc.) as they pertain to each exit. You
can select a POI as a waypoint.
»Turn List displays all of the available
turns on your current route.
»Traffic List displays SiriusXM Traffic
and Travel Link* information.
3. A
fter you choose your destination,
press Start. The system uses a
variety of screens and visible prompts
to guide you to your destination.
The navigation map shows your
estimated time of arrival, remaining
travel time or the distance to
your destination.
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*if equipped
*if equipped
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S Y N C 3*
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COMFORT
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Audio
Climate
Power Lumbar*
Use SYNC 3 to Access Digital Media
Play all of your favorite music from
phones, flash drives and other devices.
Plug your device into a USB port, select
Sources and then choose USB. Wait
for the system to finish indexing your
music to begin listening.
You can even create random playlists by
using the Shuffle function.
SYNC 3 controls the temperature,
airflow direction, fan speed, and
activates other climate features. Use the
touchscreen to enter into each feature’s
submenu for additional options.
Set Your Radio Presets
Set Your Temperature
»
Touch
the
climate
your touchscreen.
SYNC 3 gives you a mix of media. Press
the Audio icon on the touchscreen and
select Sources. Choose from AM, FM,
SiriusXM*, CD, USB, Bluetooth Stereo
or Apps.
icon
on
»Set your exact, desired temperature
using the ▲ or ▼ buttons.
»Tune to the station and then press
and hold one of the memory preset
buttons. The audio mutes briefly
while the system saves the station,
and then the audio returns.
»
Two preset banks are available for
AM and three banks for FM. To
access additional presets, tap the
preset button. The indicator on the
preset button shows which bank of
presets you are currently viewing.
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Apps
Voice Control Your Smartphone Apps
The system supports the use of certain
apps such as Pandora® or iHeartRadio®
(U.S.), Spotify® or Glympse® through
a USB or Bluetooth-enabled devices.
Each app gives you different on-screen
options depending on the app’s content.
Refer to the SYNC 3 chapter in your
Owner’s Manual for complete details.
The power lumbar control is on the side
of the driver seat.
Press one side of the control to increase
lower back firmness. Press the other
side of the control to decrease lower
back firmness.
Climate Controlled
Front Seats*
Touch the heated seat symbol
to cycle through the various heat
settings and off. More lights indicate
warmer settings.
Press the cooled seat symbol
to
cycle through the various cooling
settings and off. More lights indicate
cooler settings.
Dual-zone Automatic
Temperature Control*
To use, touch the AUTO control and
then select the desired temperature by
using the control. Set an independent
temperature
for
the
front-seat
passenger by using the passenger-side
rotary control.
Touch the AUTO control to switch
back to a single-zone temperature control.
Rear Seat Access
Use the seatback release to fold the back
of the front seat forward. This release
handle is on the upper back of the front
seat. The seatback recline feature has
memory and locks automatically in the
original position.
Global Opening*
You can use the remote control
to operate the windows with the
ignition off.
You can open the windows for a short
time after you unlock your vehicle
with the remote control. After you
unlock your vehicle, press and hold
the remote control unlock button to
open the windows. Release the button
once movement starts. Press the lock or
unlock button to stop movement.
Note: You can enable or disable this
feature in the information display, or
see an authorized dealer. To operate
this feature, you must deactivate the
accessory delay.
For support, visit the website or call the
toll-free number. See the inside front
cover of this guide for details.
*if equipped
*if equipped
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C O N V E R T I B L E T O P*
C O N V E R T I B L E T O P*
Opening the Convertible Top
Closing the Convertible Top
Tips When Using Your Convertible Top
1. Bring the vehicle to a complete stop.
1. B
ring the vehicle to a complete stop and remove the
tonneau caps.
»
Do not store articles behind the rear seat. Articles stored
in the convertible top stowage compartment may break
the rear glass window when you open the top.
2. M
ove the latch handle above the interior mirror down toward
the windshield and rotate the handle clockwise to release the
convertible top.
2. P
ress and hold the convertible top control as the top unfolds
and moves forward toward the windshield header.
(CONTINUED)
»
The windows lower automatically when opening the top.
3. P
ress and hold the convertible top control on the overhead console until
the windows are down completely and the top stores fully.
3. W
hen the top lines up evenly with the windshield header,
release the convertible top control.
»
Do not lower the top when the top material is wet. Remove
any leaves or debris on the outer surface of the top.
Using the Tonneau Caps
4. P
ull down on the latch handle and rotate it counterclockwise
to secure the convertible top.
»
The convertible top does not operate unless the vehicle is
stationary or traveling under 3 mph (5 km/h).
5. A
fter securing the convertible top fully, push the latch
handle up into the stowed position to lock the latch, and
then use the power window controls to close the windows.
Note: You must switch your ignition on to open or close the
convertible top. We recommend that you leave the engine
running to prevent draining the battery.
Your convertible top also includes two tonneau caps, one for each side of the
vehicle. You can stow these caps inside the luggage compartment.
After opening your convertible top, place the tonneau caps between the top
and your vehicle trim molding by doing the following:
Note: If the top has been open for an extended period of time
or if the temperature is low, the top material may shrink
slightly. If this happens, extra force on the latch handle may
be needed to secure the top.
1. Insert the leading edge under the trim.
2. W
hen the leading edge is under the trim slot, angle the side edge down
so the edges slide under the surrounding molding. Secure the side edge
into place between the trim edges.
For complete information, refer to the Convertible Top
chapter of your Owner’s Manual.
3. R
epeat steps 1 and 2 on the opposite side of the vehicle to install the
second tonneau cap.
Note: Remove the tonneau caps before attempting to close the convertible
top or a tone sounds and a warning message appears in the instrument
panel. If this happens, remove and stow the caps, and then press the
convertible top control again.
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*if equipped
*if equipped
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CONVENIENCE
FUNCTION
Autowipers*
Heated Exterior Mirror*
The feature uses a rain sensor that is in the area around
the interior mirror. The rain sensor monitors the amount of
moisture on the windshield and automatically turns on the
wipers. The sensor also adjusts the wiper speed by the amount
of moisture that the sensor detects on the windshield.
When you switch the heated rear window on, the heated
exterior mirrors will automatically turn on.
You can switch this feature on and off in the information display.
Note: Make sure you switch off the windshield wipers before
entering a car wash.
Autolamps*
Note: Do not remove ice from the mirrors with a scraper or
adjust the mirror glass when it is frozen in place.
Intelligent Access Luggage
Compartment Release
With your keyless remote within 3 feet (1 meter) of your
vehicle, press the exterior release button hidden above the
license plate.
The headlamps turn on and off automatically in low light
situations or during inclement weather. The headlamps
remain on for a period of time after you switch the
ignition off.
Through a suite of sophisticated
electronic vehicle systems, you can
optimize
steering,
handling
and
powertrain response. To change the
mode settings, use the mode switch on
the instrument panel. The first press of
the mode button or switch illuminates
the selected mode. Subsequent presses
change the selected mode. See the
Driving Aids chapter of your Owner’s
Manual for complete details.
Driving modes*
»
Normal – Delivers a balanced
combination
of
comfort
and
handling. This mode provides an
engaging drive experience and a
direct connection to the road without
sacrificing any of the composure
demanded from your vehicle.
Use the information display controls to adjust the period of
time that the headlamps remain on.
Remote Start*
Use the remote start to start the engine from outside of
your vehicle.
1. Press the lock button
Selectable Driving*
and Steering Modes
to lock all the doors.
»
Sport – Increases throttle response
and helps your vehicle accelerate
faster, but does not change
the feel of the steering or
stability system.
2. P
ress the remote start button
twice within three
seconds. The exterior lamps flash twice.
»
Sport+ – Provides a sportier
steering feel and throttle response.
Sport+ mode is ideal for use during
more spirited driving.
»
Track – Provides a performance
driving experience. The engine
responds directly to your inputs
and takes on a more powerful tone.
Use track mode when you desire
pure performance.
»
Snow/Wet – Provides a confident
handling driving experience during
poor weather without sacrificing
any of the composure demanded
from your vehicle.
Steering modes
»
Normal – Default factory setting.
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*if equipped
*if equipped
»
Sport – Slightly higher effort
required for steering with more road
force felt through the steering wheel.
»
Comfort – Slightly less effort
required for steering with less
road force felt through the
steering wheel.
After selecting the desired setting,
you may feel a soft feedback bump
in the steering wheel when the
changeover occurs.
Note: If your vehicle includes the
selectable drive modes feature, the
steering feel changes when you select
a new drive mode. You can override
this automatic selection by selecting an
alternative steering mode.
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FUNCTION
FUNCTION
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Rear Parking Aid*
Cross Traffic Alert*
Collision Warning System*
The rear sensors are active only when the
transmission is in reverse (R). As your
vehicle moves closer to the obstacle, the
rate of the audible warning increases.
The system detects certain objects when
the transmission is in reverse (R) and the
vehicle is traveling at a speed of 3 mph
(5 km/h) or less.
The system can be switched off through
the information display. See the Parking
Aids chapter of your Owner’s Manual
for details.
Cross traffic alert warns you of vehicles
approaching from the sides when the
transmission is in reverse (R). The system
illuminates an amber alert indicator in
the outside mirror on the side of your
vehicle the approaching vehicle is coming
from. Cross Traffic Alert also sounds an
audible alert and a message appears in the
information display indicating a vehicle
is coming from the right or left. This
system also works with the reverse sensing
system that sounds its own series of tones.
See the Driving Aids chapter of your
Owner’s Manual for details.
This system is designed to alert you of certain collision risks.
A radar detects if your vehicle is rapidly approaching another
vehicle traveling in the same direction as yours. If it is, a
red warning light illuminates and an audible warning
tone sounds.
Blind Spot
Information System (BLIS®)*
BLIS aids you in detecting vehicles that
may have entered the blind spot zone.
The detection area is on both sides of
the vehicle, extending rearward from
the exterior mirrors to approximately
13 feet (4 meters) beyond the bumper.
The system alerts you if certain vehicles
enter the blind spot zone when driving.
See the Driving Aids chapter of your
Owner’s Manual for details.
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Note: Visibility aids do not replace
the need to watch where the vehicle is
moving. Refer to the Owner’s Manual
for safety information, more details and
system limitations.
The brake support system assists the driver in reducing the
collision speed by charging the brakes. If the risk of collision
further increases after the warning light illuminates, the
brake support prepares the brake system for rapid braking.
This may be apparent to the driver. The system does not
automatically activate the brakes, but if the driver presses the
brake pedal, full force braking is applied even if the driver
lightly presses the brake pedal.
You can adjust the warning system sensitivity through the
information display control. See the Driving Aids chapter in
your Owner’s Manual for details.
Traction Control
The system automatically turns on each time you switch the
ignition on. If your vehicle is stuck in mud or snow, switching
traction control off may be beneficial as this allows the
wheels to spin.
The switch for the stability and traction control system is on
the instrument panel.
*if equipped
*if equipped
When you switch the system off, a message and an illuminated
icon appear on the instrument cluster.
Use the switch again to return the traction control system to
normal operation.
Note: When you switch traction control off, stability control
remains fully active.
Electronic Stability Control
The system automatically activates when you start your
engine. The electronic stability control portion of the
system disables when the transmission is in reverse (R),
or on some models, if you press and hold the stability control
button for more than five seconds when you apply the
brakes and the vehicle is at a stop. You can switch off the
traction control portion of the system independently. See
the Stability Control chapter of your Owner’s Manual
for details.
Pony Projection Lights*
The lights are on the bottom of the mirror housings.
This feature projects an image onto the ground a short
distance from the vehicle with the illuminated entry and
exit feature.
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Fuel Tank Capacity
Tire Sealant and Inflator Kit*
Depending on your engine size and type, your fuel tank size can vary. When
equipped with the 2.3L EcoBoost engine, your vehicle has a 15.5 gallon
(58.8L) fuel tank capacity. The 3.7L V6 and 5.0L V8 32V Ti-VCT engines
include a 16 gallon (60.6L) fuel tank capacity.
This kit provides a temporary tire repair,
allowing you to drive your vehicle up to
120 mi (200 km) at a maximum speed of
50 mph (80 km/h) to reach a tire service
location. The kit, under the load floor
in the luggage compartment, includes
an air compressor to re-inflate the tire
and a canister of sealing compound
that effectively seals most punctures
caused by nails or similar objects. Refer
to the Wheels and Tires chapter of your
Owner’s Manual for more information.
To provide improved performance, we suggest premium fuel. We
recommend regular unleaded gasoline with a pump (R+M)/2 octane rating
of 87. Do not use E85 fuels because your vehicle was not designed to run
on fuels with more than 15% ethanol.
Capless Fuel System
With this system, stop your vehicle and put it into park (P). Switch the
ignition off. Push to open the fuel door, insert the nozzle and begin fueling.
Wait at least 10 seconds before removing the nozzle from the vehicle to
allow any residual fuel in the nozzle to drain into the fuel tank. When
using a portable fuel container, slowly insert the fuel funnel (in the spare
tire compartment), and pour the fuel into the funnel.
Note: Do not use aftermarket funnels as they do not work with the
capless fuel system and may cause damage. Properly clean the funnel after
each use.
Car Cleaning Tips
Do not use chemical solvents or strong detergents when cleaning the
steering wheel, instrument panel or seats. See the Vehicle Care chapter in
your Owner’s Manual for details.
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F
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You can use the left information display
to view the Tire Pressure On-demand
screen. It displays your current individual
tire pressures. Refer to the Wheels and
Tires chapter of your Owner’s Manual for
more information.
Manual Transmission Lockout*
Note: This feature is not included with
the spare wheel and tire option.
Your manual transmission
features a lockout feature
that protects you from
accidentally moving the
transmission into reverse
(R). To shift into reverse (R):
Tire Pressure Monitoring System
1. P
ress the clutch pedal to the floor to
disengage the clutch.
Your vehicle
illuminates
a low tire
pressure
warning
light
in
your instrument cluster when one or
more of your tires are significantly
under-inflated.
Roadside Assistance
Your
new
Ford
vehicle
comes with the assurance and
support of 24-hour emergency
roadside assistance.
To receive roadside assistance
in the United States, call
1-800-241-3673. In Canada,
call 1-800-665-2006.
2. R
aise the collar below the gearshift
knob up, then move the lever fully to
the left, then forward.
Note: If you have trouble engaging the
gear, return the gearshift to neutral (N)
and then release the clutch. Repeat steps
1 and 2.
*if equipped
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