Feel the difference FordMondeo Owner`s handbook

Feel the difference FordMondeo Owner`s handbook
FordMondeo
Owner's handbook
Feel the difference
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Part number: 9S7J-19A321-DA (CG3536en) 06/2009 20090622094208
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Table of contents
Introduction
Alarm
About this handbook................................7
Symbols glossary.......................................7
Parts and accessories..............................7
Principle of operation..............................44
Arming the alarm.....................................46
Disarming the alarm................................46
Quick start
Steering wheel
Quick start.................................................10
Adjusting the steering wheel.................47
Audio control............................................47
Child safety
Wipers and washers
Child seats................................................19
Booster cushions....................................20
Child seat positioning.............................22
ISOFIX anchor points..............................24
Child safety locks....................................25
Windscreen wipers.................................49
Autowipers...............................................49
Windscreen washers.............................50
Rear window wiper and washers.........50
Headlamp washers.................................51
Checking the wiper blades....................51
Changing the wiper blades....................51
Occupant protection
Principle of operation..............................27
Fastening the seat belts........................29
Seat belt height adjustment..................29
Seat belt reminder..................................30
Using seat belts during pregnancy......30
Disabling the passenger airbag............30
Lighting
Lighting control........................................53
Autolamps................................................54
Front fog lamps.......................................54
Rear fog lamps........................................54
Adjusting the headlamps - Vehicles
With: Adaptive Front Lighting/Xenon
Headlamps...........................................55
Headlamp levelling..................................55
Hazard warning flashers........................56
Adaptive front lighting system
(AFS)......................................................56
Direction indicators.................................58
Interior lamps...........................................58
Removing a headlamp...........................59
Changing a bulb......................................60
Bulb specification chart..........................67
Keys and remote controls
General information on radio
frequencies..........................................32
Programming the remote control........32
Changing the remote control
battery...................................................32
Locks
Locking and unlocking...........................36
Global opening and closing...................38
Keyless entry...........................................40
Engine immobiliser
Windows and mirrors
Principle of operation..............................43
Coded keys.............................................43
Arming the engine immobiliser.............43
Disarming the engine immobiliser........43
Electric windows.....................................69
Exterior mirrors.........................................71
Electric exterior mirrors...........................71
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Auto-dimming mirror..............................73
Glove box...............................................123
Storage compartments........................123
Map pockets..........................................124
Memory function...................................124
Glasses holder.......................................125
CD changer............................................125
Auxiliary input (AUX IN) socket............125
USB port.................................................126
Instruments
Gauges.....................................................74
Warning lamps and indicators...............76
Audible warnings and indicators...........78
Information displays
General information................................79
Trip computer..........................................88
Personalised settings.............................90
Information messages...........................92
Starting the engine
General information...............................127
Ignition switch.........................................127
Keyless starting......................................127
Steering wheel lock...............................129
Starting a petrol engine........................129
Starting a petrol engine - E85.............130
Starting a diesel engine.........................131
Diesel particulate filter (DPF).................131
Switching off the engine.......................132
Engine heater.........................................132
Climate control
Principle of operation.............................101
Air vents...................................................101
Manual climate control.........................102
Automatic climate control....................104
Heated windows and mirrors..............106
Auxiliary heater.......................................107
Electric sunroof.......................................111
Fuel and refuelling
Seats
Fuel quality - Petrol................................133
Fuel quality - E85...................................133
Fuel quality - Diesel...............................133
Catalytic converter................................134
Fuel filler flap...........................................134
Refuelling................................................135
Refuelling - E85......................................135
Fuel consumption..................................135
Technical specifications........................136
Sitting in the correct position................115
Manual seats...........................................115
Electric seats...........................................116
Head restraints.......................................118
Rear seats...............................................118
Heated seats..........................................119
Ventilated seats......................................119
Convenience features
Transmission
Sun blinds................................................121
Instrument lighting dimmer...................121
Clock........................................................121
Cigar lighter.............................................121
Ashtray....................................................122
Auxiliary power sockets.......................122
Cup holders............................................123
Manual transmission.............................138
Automatic transmission........................138
Brakes
Principle of operation.............................141
Hints on driving with ABS......................141
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Parking brake..........................................141
Towing
Stability control
Towing a trailer.......................................166
Detachable tow ball..............................166
Principle of operation............................142
Using stability control............................142
Driving hints
Running-in...............................................170
General driving points - Vehicles With:
Sports Suspension.............................170
Cold weather precautions...................170
Driving through water...........................170
Hill start assist
Principle of operation............................143
Using hill start assist..............................143
Active suspension
Emergency equipment
Principle of operation............................146
Using active suspension......................146
First aid kit................................................171
Warning triangle......................................171
Parking aid
Status after a collision
Principle of operation............................147
Using the parking aid............................147
Inspecting safety system
components.......................................172
Cruise control
Fuses
Principle of operation............................149
Using cruise control..............................149
Fuse box locations................................173
Changing a fuse.....................................175
Fuse specification chart........................176
Adaptive cruise control
(ACC)
Principle of operation.............................151
Using ACC..............................................152
Forward alert function..........................155
Vehicle recovery
Load carrying
Maintenance
General information...............................157
Luggage anchor points........................157
Sliding loadspace floor..........................158
Rear under floor storage......................160
Cargo nets..............................................160
Luggage covers.....................................161
Roof racks and load carriers...............162
Dog guard...............................................162
Load retaining fixtures..........................164
General information...............................187
Opening and closing the bonnet........188
Engine compartment overview - 1.6L
Duratec-16V Ti-VCT (Sigma)............189
Engine compartment overview - 2.0L
Duratec-HE (MI4)...............................190
Engine compartment overview - 2.3L
Duratec-HE (MI4)...............................191
Engine compartment overview - 2.5L
Duratec (VI5).......................................192
Engine compartment overview - 1.8L
Duratorq-TDCi (Lynx) Diesel............193
Towing points.........................................185
Towing the vehicle on four wheels.....185
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Engine compartment overview - 2.0L
Duratorq-TDCi (DW) Diesel..............194
Engine compartment overview - 2.2L
Duratorq-TDCi (DW) Diesel..............195
Engine oil dipstick - 1.6L Duratec-16V
Ti-VCT (Sigma)...................................196
Engine oil dipstick - 2.0L Duratec-HE
(MI4)/2.3L Duratec-HE (MI4)...........196
Engine oil dipstick - 2.5L Duratec
(VI5)......................................................196
Engine oil dipstick - 1.8L Duratorq-TDCi
(Lynx) Diesel........................................196
Engine oil dipstick - 2.0L Duratorq-TDCi
(DW) Diesel/2.2L Duratorq-TDCi (DW)
Diesel....................................................197
Engine oil check.....................................197
Engine coolant check...........................197
Brake and clutch fluid check...............198
Power steering fluid check..................198
Washer fluid check................................199
Technical specifications........................199
Vehicle identification
Vehicle identification plate...................222
Vehicle identification number (VIN).....222
Technical specifications
Technical specifications.......................223
Telephone
General information..............................231
Telephone setup...................................231
Bluetooth setup....................................232
Telephone controls..............................233
Using the telephone - Vehicles Without:
Navigation System............................233
Using the telephone - Vehicles With:
Navigation System............................236
Voice control
Cleaning the exterior............................202
Cleaning the interior.............................202
Repairing minor paint damage...........203
Principle of operation...........................238
Using voice control...............................238
Audio unit commands.........................239
Telephone commands........................250
Navigation system commands..........254
Climate control commands................254
Vehicle battery
Connectivity
Using booster cables...........................204
Battery connection points...................205
General information..............................257
Connecting an external device..........258
Connecting an external device Vehicles With: Bluetooth..................258
Using a USB device..............................259
Using an iPod.........................................261
Vehicle care
Wheels and tyres
General information..............................206
Changing a road wheel.......................206
Tyre repair kit..........................................210
Run flat tyres..........................................216
Tyre care.................................................217
Using winter tyres..................................217
Using snow chains................................217
Tyre pressure monitoring system.......218
Technical specifications........................219
Navigation introduction
Road Safety...........................................265
Navigation system
Getting started......................................266
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Appendices
Type approvals......................................268
Type approvals......................................268
Type approvals......................................268
Electromagnetic compatibility............269
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Introduction
Symbols on your vehicle
ABOUT THIS HANDBOOK
Thank you for choosing Ford. We
recommend that you take some time to
get to know your vehicle by reading this
handbook. The more that you know about
it, the greater the safety and pleasure you
will get from driving it.
When you see these symbols, read and
follow the relevant instructions in this
handbook before touching or attempting
adjustment of any kind.
WARNING
Always drive with due care and
attention when using and operating
the controls and features on your
vehicle.
PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
Note: This handbook describes product
features and options available throughout
the range, sometimes even before they
are generally available. It may describe
options not fitted to your vehicle.
Now you can be sure that your
Ford parts are Ford parts
Your Ford has been built to the highest
standards using high quality Ford Original
Parts. As a result, you can enjoy driving it
for many years.
Note: Always use and operate your
vehicle in line with all applicable laws and
regulations.
Should the unexpected occur and a major
part needs replacing, we recommend that
you accept nothing less than Ford Original
Parts.
Note: Pass on this handbook when
selling your vehicle. It is an integral part of
the vehicle.
The use of Ford Original Parts ensures
that your vehicle is repaired to its
pre-accident condition and maintains its
maximum residual value.
SYMBOLS GLOSSARY
Symbols in this handbook
Ford Original Parts match Ford's stringent
safety requirements and high standards
of fit, finish and reliability. Quite simply, they
represent the best overall repair value,
including parts and labour costs.
WARNING
You risk death or serious injury to
yourself and others if you do not
follow the instructions highlighted
by the warning symbol.
Now it is easier to tell if you have really
been given Ford Original Parts. The Ford
logo is clearly visible on the following parts
if they are Ford Original Parts. If your
vehicle has to be repaired, look for the
clearly visible Ford branding and make
sure that only Ford Original Parts have
been used.
CAUTION
You risk damaging your vehicle if you
do not follow the instructions
highlighted by the caution symbol.
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Introduction
Look for the Ford logo on the
following parts
Sheet metal
•
•
•
Bonnet
Doors
Luggage compartment lid or tailgate
E88505
Exterior mirror
E88678
Bumper and radiator grille
•
•
Radiator grille
Front and rear bumper
E88506
Glass
•
•
•
8
Rear window
Side glass
Windscreen
Introduction
E88507
Lighting
•
•
Rear lamps
Headlamp
E88508
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Quick start
QUICK START
Instrument panel overview - left-hand drive
A
V
B
C
D
U
T
E
S
F
G
R
Q
E87719
10
H
P
I
O
J
K
N
L
M
Quick start
Instrument panel overview - right-hand drive
I
J
K
O
L
M
N
H
T
G
D
C
S
R
E
F
B
Q
U
P
A
V
E87720
A
Lighting controls. See Lighting control (page 53).
B
Air vents. See Air vents (page 101).
C
Direction indicators. See Direction indicators (page 58). Telephone control
buttons. See Telephone controls (page 233). Voice control buttons. See
Using voice control (page 238).
D
Instrument cluster. See Gauges (page 74).
E
Information display controls. See Information displays (page 79).
F
Wiper lever. See Windscreen wipers (page 49).
G
Start Button. See Keyless starting (page 127).
H
Audio or navigation unit. See separate handbook.
I
Stability control (ESP)switch. See Using stability control (page 142).
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J
Parking aid switch. See Using the parking aid (page 147).
K
Hazard warning flasher switch. See Hazard warning flashers (page 56).
L
Passenger airbag deactivation warning lamp. See Disabling the passenger
airbag (page 30).
M
Heated windscreen and heated rear window switches. See Heated
windows and mirrors (page 106).
N
Climate controls. See Manual climate control (page 102). See Automatic
climate control (page 104).
O
Cigar lighter. See Cigar lighter (page 121).
P
Ignition switch. See Ignition switch (page 127).
Q
Cruise control switches. See Using cruise control (page 149). Adaptive
cruise control switches. See Using ACC (page 152).
R
Steering wheel adjustment lever. See Adjusting the steering wheel (page
47).
S
Horn.
T
Cruise control switches. See Using cruise control (page 149). Adaptive
cruise control switches. See Using ACC (page 152).
U
Driver Knee airbag. See Principle of operation (page 27).
V
Storage compartment. See Storage compartments (page 123).
Unlocking the vehicle
Keyless entry
E78276
Passive locking and unlocking requires a
valid passive key to be located within one
of the three external detection ranges.
E78278
Pull a door handle to unlock all the doors
and the luggage compartment lid and
disarm the alarm.
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Quick start
Locking the vehicle
2
2
1
E87384
E95178
E87435
See Keyless entry (page 40).
3
Adjusting the steering wheel
E95179
WARNING
See Adjusting the steering wheel
(page 47).
Never adjust the steering wheel
when the vehicle is moving.
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Quick start
Autowipers
Autolamps
D
C
B
E70719
The headlamps will come on and go off
automatically depending on the ambient
light.
A
E70696
A
Single wipe
B
Autowipers
C
Normal wipe
D
High speed wipe
See Lighting control (page 53).
Electric folding mirrors
A
B
E70316
A
High sensitivity
B
Low sensitivity
E72623
See Autowipers (page 49).
See Electric exterior mirrors (page
71).
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Quick start
Information displays
Defrosting and demisting the
windscreen
E70499
E71382
Use the arrow buttons to navigate
through the menus and press OK to
make a selection.
See Manual climate control (page
102).
Automatic climate control
See Information displays (page 79).
Manual climate control
Heating the interior quickly
E70304
See Automatic climate control
(page 104).
Memory function
E71377
WARNING
Cooling the interior quickly
Do not use the memory store
function when the vehicle is moving.
E71381
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Quick start
Press the start button.
A
See Keyless starting (page 127).
Diesel particulate filter (DPF)
WARNING
Do not park or idle your vehicle over
dry leaves, dry grass or other
combustible materials. The DPF
regeneration process creates very high
exhaust gas temperatures and the
exhaust will radiate a considerable
amount of heat during and after DPF
regeneration, and after you have switched
the engine off. This is a potential fire
hazard.
B
E86768
A
Seat adjustment controls.
B
Memory pre-set buttons.
See Diesel particulate filter (DPF)
(page 131).
1. Turn the ignition on.
2. Adjust the seat and exterior mirrors to
the desired position.
3. Press and hold the desired pre-set
button B until a single chime sounds
to confirm.
Fuel filler flap
See Memory function (page 124).
Engine idle speed after starting
The engine may idle at a higher speed
than normal immediately after starting
from cold.
See Starting the engine (page 127).
E86613
Press the flap to open it. Open the flap
fully until it engages.
Keyless starting
E85766
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Quick start
Manual transmission
Selecting reverse gear
E119080
Insert the fuel nozzle up to and including
the first notch on the nozzle. Keep it
resting on the cover of the fuel pipe
opening.
E99067
On some vehicles it is necessary to raise
the collar whilst selecting reverse gear.
WARNING
We recommend that you wait at
least 10 seconds before removing
the fuel nozzle to allow any residual
fuel to drain into the fuel tank.
See Manual transmission (page 138).
Automatic transmission
Selector lever positions
E119081
S
Slightly raise the fuel nozzle to remove it.
See Fuel filler flap (page 134).
E80836
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P
Park
R
Reverse
N
Neutral
Quick start
D
Drive
S
Manual shifting and sport mode
WARNING
Apply the brakes before moving the
selector lever and keep them
applied until you are ready to move
off.
See Automatic transmission (page
138).
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Child safety
Only child restraints certified to
ECE-R44.03 (or later) have been tested
and approved for use in your vehicle. A
choice of these are available from your
Dealer.
CHILD SEATS
Child restraints for different
mass groups
Use the correct child restraint as follows:
Baby safety seat
E68916
WARNINGS
Secure children that are less than
150 centimetres tall or less than 12
years of age in a suitable, approved
child restraint, in the rear seat.
Original text according to ECE
R94.01: Extreme Hazard! Do not use
a rearward facing child restraint on
a seat protected by an air bag in front of
it!
E68918
Secure children that weigh less than 13
kilograms in a rearward facing baby safety
seat (Group 0+) in the rear seat.
Read and follow the manufacturer’s
instructions when you are fitting a
child restraint.
Do not modify child restraints in any
way.
Do not hold a child on your lap when
the vehicle is moving.
Do not leave unattended children in
your vehicle.
If your vehicle has been involved in
an accident, have the child restraints
checked by properly trained
technicians.
Note: Mandatory use of child restraints
varies from country to country.
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Child safety
Child safety seat
Booster seat
E68920
E70710
Secure children that weigh between 13
and 18 kilograms in a child safety seat
(Group 1) in the rear seat.
We recommend that you use a booster
seat that combines a cushion with a
backrest instead of a booster cushion
only. The raised seating position will allow
you to position the shoulder strap of the
adult seat belt over the centre of your
child’s shoulder and the lap strap tightly
across its hips.
BOOSTER CUSHIONS
WARNINGS
Do not install a booster seat or a
booster cushion with only the lap
strap of the seat belt.
Booster cushion
Do not install a booster seat or a
booster cushion with a seat belt that
is slack or twisted.
Do not put the seat belt under your
child’s arm or behind its back.
Do not use pillows, books or towels
to boost your child’s height.
Make sure that your children sit in
an upright position.
Secure children that weigh more
than 15 kilogrammes but are less
than 150 centimetres tall in a
booster seat or a booster cushion.
E68924
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Child safety
Integrated booster cushion
3
WARNINGS
Do not use the raised integrated
booster cushion together with a
child safety seat.
The integrated booster cushion can
be used for children that weigh
between 22 and 36 kilogrammes
(49 and 79 pounds).
CAUTION
Remove the rear seat head restraint
unless the child's head exceeds the
top of the backrest. See Head
restraints (page 118).
E94861
The raised seating position will allow you
to position the shoulder strap of the adult
seat belt over the centre of your child’s
shoulder and the lap strap tightly across
its hips.
Unlocking
Locking
Note: Make sure that there are no
obstructions in the linkage area before
locking the integrated booster cushion.
2
1
1
E94860
Note: Make sure that the locking
mechanism is fully engaged.
2
E94862
Note: Make sure that the locking
mechanism is fully engaged.
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Child safety
CHILD SEAT POSITIONING
WARNINGS
When using a child restraint with a
support leg on a second row seat,
make sure the support leg rests
securely on the floor.
3
When using a forward facing child
seat on a second row seat, always
remove the head restraint from that
seat.
When fitting a child seat using the
vehicle seat belts make sure the
belts are not slack.
E94870
Note: When using a child restraint on a
front seat, it may prove difficult to tighten
the lap section of the seat belt without
slack remaining. If this is the case, adjust
the seatback to the fully upright position
and raise the height of the seat. See
Seats (page 115).
Seating positions
Mass group categories
0
0+
I
II
III
Up to 10
kg
Up to 13
kg
9 - 18 kg
15 - 25 kg
22 - 36 kg
Front passenger seat
with airbag ON
X
X
UF¹
UF¹
UF¹
Front passenger seat
with airbag OFF
U¹
U¹
U¹
U¹
U¹
Rear seats
U
U
U
U
U
X Not suitable for children in this mass group.
U Suitable for universal category child restraints approved for use in this mass group.
U¹ Suitable for universal category child restraints approved for use in this mass group.
However, we recommend that you secure children in a government approved child
restraint, in the rear seat.
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Child safety
UF¹ Suitable for universal category forward facing child restraints approved for use in
this mass group. However, we recommend that you secure children in a government
approved child restraint, in the rear seat.
ISOFIX child restraints
Seating positions
Mass group categories
0
0+
I
II
III
Up to 10
kg
Up to 13
kg
9 - 18 kg
15 - 25 kg
22 - 36 kg
Rear seat ISOFIX
restraints
IL
IL
IL, IUF**
X
X
Rear seat ISOFIX
classes*
E
C, D, E
A, B, B1, C,
D
X
X
X Not suitable for children in this mass group.
IUF Suitable for universal category ISOFIX child restraints approved for use in this mass
group.
IL Suitable for the following ISOFIX child restraints: Roemer Duo ISOFIX (group 1), Roemer
Babysafe ISOFIX (group 0+). In addition, any semi-universal ISOFIX child restraint may
be used if indicated in the child seat manufacturers vehicle list.
* As defined by ECE-R16.
Note: ** When you are purchasing an ISOFIX restraint, make sure that you know the
correct mass group and ISOFIX size class for the intended seating locations.
Note: ** Make sure that the top tether mechanism does not interfere with the luggage
cover.
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Child safety
ISOFIX ANCHOR POINTS
WARNING
Use an anti-rotation device when
using the ISOFIX system. We
recommend the use of a top tether
or support leg.
Your vehicle is fitted with ISOFIX anchor
points that accommodate universally
approved ISOFIX child restraints.
The ISOFIX system comprises two rigid
attachment arms on the child restraint
that attach to anchor points on the
outboard rear seats, where the cushion
and backrest meet. Tether anchor points
are fitted behind the outboard rear seats
for child restraints with a top tether.
E93616
Top tether anchor points
E93514
Attaching a child seat with top
tethers
WARNING
Do not attach a tether strap to
anything other than the correct
tether anchor point.
E87146
Note: Where applicable, remove the
luggage cover to ease installation. See
Luggage covers (page 161).
Note: On 4-door vehicles, make sure the
tether strap tightening mechanism
remains accessible when the seatback is
fully engaged.
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Child safety
E87591
E87145
1.
5. Push the child seat back firmly to
engage the ISOFIX lower anchor
points.
6. Tighten the tether strap in line with the
child seat manufacturer's instructions.
Place the child seat on the back seat
cushion and fold the relevant seatback
forwards. See Rear seats (page 118).
2. Remove the head restraint. See
Head restraints (page 118).
WARNING
CHILD SAFETY LOCKS
Make sure the top tether strap is not
slack or twisted and is properly
located on the anchor point.
WARNING
You cannot open the doors from
inside if you have put the child safety
locks on.
3. Route the tether strap to the anchor
point.
WARNING
Make sure that the seatback is
secure and fully engaged in the
catch.
4. Push the seatback to the upright
position.
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Child safety
A
B
E73697
A
Lock
B
Unlock
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Occupant protection
Driver and front passenger airbags
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
Airbags
WARNINGS
Do not modify the front of your
vehicle in any way. This could
adversely affect deployment of the
airbags.
Original text according to ECE
R94.01: Extreme Hazard! Do not use
a rearward facing child restraint on
a seat protected by an airbag in front of
it!
E74302
Wear a seat belt and keep sufficient
distance between yourself and the
steering wheel. Only when you use
the seat belt properly, can it hold you in a
position that allows the airbag to achieve
its optimum effect. See Sitting in the
correct position (page 115).
The driver and front passenger airbags
will deploy during significant frontal
collisions or collisions that are up to 30
degrees from the left or the right. The
airbags will inflate within a few
thousandths of a second and deflate on
contact with the occupants, thus
cushioning forward body movement.
During minor frontal collisions, overturns,
rear collisions and side collisions, the driver
and front passenger airbags will not
deploy.
Have repairs to the steering wheel,
steering column, seats, airbags and
seat belts carried out by a properly
trained technician.
Keep the areas in front of the
airbags free from obstruction. Do
not affix anything to or over the
airbag covers.
Driver knee airbag
CAUTION
Do not poke sharp objects into
areas where airbags are fitted. This
could damage and adversely affect
deployment of the airbags.
Do not attempt to open the driver
knee airbag cover.
The driver knee airbag will deploy during
frontal collisions or collisions that are up
to 30 degrees from the left or the right.
The airbag will inflate within a few
thousandths of a second and deflate on
contact with the occupants, thus
providing a cushion between the driver’s
knees and the steering column. During
overturns, rear collisions and side
collisions, the knee airbag will not deploy.
Use seat covers designed for seats
with side airbags. Have these fitted
by a properly trained technician.
Note: You will hear a loud bang and see
a cloud of harmless powdery residue if an
airbag deploys. This is normal.
Note: Only wipe airbag covers with a
damp cloth.
For item location: See Quick start (page
10).
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Occupant protection
Note: The knee airbag has a lower
deployment threshold than the front
airbags. During a minor collision, it is
possible that only the knee airbag
deploys.
Curtain airbags
Side airbags
E75004
Curtain airbags are fitted inside the trim
panels over the front and rear side
windows. Moulded badges in the B-pillar
trim panels indicate that curtain airbags
are fitted to your vehicle.
E72658
Side airbags are fitted inside the seatback
of the front seats. A label indicates that
side airbags are fitted to your vehicle.
The curtain airbags will deploy during
significant lateral collisions. The airbag will
inflate within a few thousandths of a
second and deflate on contact with the
occupants, thus providing protection for
the head. During minor lateral collisions,
front collisions, rear collisions, or overturns
the curtain airbags will not deploy.
The side airbags will deploy during
significant lateral collisions. The airbags
will inflate within a few thousandths of a
second and deflate on contact with the
occupants, thus providing protection for
the chest and shoulder areas. During
minor lateral collisions, overturns, front
collisions and rear collisions, the side
airbags will not deploy.
Seat belts
WARNINGS
Wear a seat belt and keep sufficient
distance between yourself and the
steering wheel. Only when you use
the seat belt properly, can it hold you in a
position to achieve its optimum effect.
See Sitting in the correct position
(page 115).
Never use a seat belt for more than
one person.
Use the correct buckle for each seat
belt.
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Occupant protection
WARNINGS
Do not use a seat belt that is slack
or twisted.
Do not wear thick clothing. The seat
belt must fit tightly around your body
to achieve its optimum effect.
Position the shoulder strap of the
seat belt over the centre of your
shoulder and position the lap strap
tightly across your hips.
The driver and front passenger seat belt
retractors are fitted with a seat belt
pretensioner. Seat belt pretensioners
have a lower deployment threshold than
the airbags. During minor collisions, it is
possible that only the seat belt
pretensioners will deploy.
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Pull the belt out steadily. It may lock if you
pull it sharply or if the vehicle is on a slope.
Press the red button on the buckle to
release the belt. Let it retract completely
and smoothly.
FASTENING THE SEAT
BELTS
SEAT BELT HEIGHT
ADJUSTMENT
WARNING
Insert the tongue into the buckle
until you hear a distinct click. You
have not fastened the seat belt
properly if you do not hear a click.
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Note: Lifting the slider slightly while
pressing the locking button makes it
easier to release the locking mechanism.
To raise or lower, press the locking button
on the adjuster and move as necessary.
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Occupant protection
SEAT BELT REMINDER
WARNING
Position the seat belt correctly for
your safety and that of your unborn
child. Do not use only the lap strap
or the shoulder strap.
WARNING
The occupant protection system will
only provide optimum protection
when you use the seat belt properly.
Position the lap strap comfortably across
your hips and low beneath your pregnant
abdomen. Position the shoulder strap
between your breasts, above and to the
side of your pregnant abdomen.
The seat belt reminder warning
lamp illuminates and an audible
warning will sound if the driver's
or front seat passenger's seat belt has
not been fastened and the vehicle
exceeds a relatively low speed. It will also
illuminate if the driver's or front seat
passenger's seat belt is unfastened when
the vehicle is moving. The audible warning
will go off after five minutes but the seat
belt reminder warning lamp will remain on
until the driver's or front seat passenger's
seat belt is fastened.
DISABLING THE
PASSENGER AIRBAG
WARNING
Make sure that the passenger
airbag is disabled when using a
rearward facing child restraint on the
front passenger seat.
Deactivating the seat belt
reminder
See your dealer.
USING SEAT BELTS DURING
PREGNANCY
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Occupant protection
Fitting the passenger airbag
deactivation switch
Enabling the passenger airbag
WARNING
WARNING
Make sure that the passenger
airbag is enabled when you are not
using a child restraint on the front
passenger seat.
If you need to fit a child restraint on
a seat protected by an operational
airbag in front of it, have a
passenger airbag deactivation switch
fitted. Ask your dealer for further
information.
Turn the switch to position B.
Note: The key switch is located in the
glove compartment with an airbag
deactivation lamp in the instrument panel.
If the airbag warning lamp illuminates or
flashes when you are driving, this indicates
a malfunction. See Warning lamps and
indicators (page 76). Remove the child
restraint and have the system checked
immediately.
Disabling the passenger airbag
A
B
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A
Disabled
B
Enabled
Turn the switch to position A.
When you switch the ignition on, check
that the passenger airbag deactivation
warning lamp illuminates.
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Keys and remote controls
GENERALINFORMATIONON
RADIO FREQUENCIES
Reprogramming the unlocking
function
CAUTION
Note: When you press the unlock button
either all the doors are unlocked or only
the driver’s door is unlocked. Pressing the
unlock button again unlocks all the doors.
The radio frequency used by your
remote control can also be used by
other short distance radio
transmissions (e.g. amateur radios,
medical equipment, wireless headphones,
remote controls and alarm systems). If
the frequencies are jammed, you will not
be able to use your remote control. You
can lock and unlock the doors with the
key.
Press and hold the unlock and lock
buttons on the remote key simultaneously
for at least four seconds with the ignition
off. The direction indicators will flash twice
to confirm the change.
To return to the original unlocking function,
repeat the process.
CHANGING THE REMOTE
CONTROL BATTERY
Note: You could unlock the doors if you
press the buttons on the remote control
unintentionally.
Make sure that you dispose of
old batteries in an
environmentally friendly way.
Seek advice from your local authority
regarding recycling.
The operating range between your
remote control and your vehicle varies
depending on the environment.
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PROGRAMMING THE
REMOTE CONTROL
Remote control with a folding
key blade
You can programme a maximum of eight
remote controls to use with your vehicle
(including any supplied with your vehicle).
Programming a new remote
control
1. Insert the key in the ignition.
2. Cycle the key from position 0 to II and
then back to 0 four times in quick
succession (about once a second).
3. Remove the key from the ignition and
press any button on the remote
control.
4. Reinsert the key and turn to position
II then 0. Remove the key and test
the remote control to confirm
programming has been successful.
1
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1.
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Insert a screwdriver as far as possible
into the slot on the side of the remote
control, push it towards the key blade
and remove the key blade.
Keys and remote controls
Remote control without a
folding key blade
Type 1
2
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2. Twist the screwdriver in the position
shown to start separating the two
halves of the remote control.
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1.
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Insert a screwdriver into the recess on
the back of the key and remove the
key blade.
2. Release the retaining clips with the
screwdriver and separate the two
halves of the remote control.
3
CAUTION
3. Twist the screwdriver in the position
shown to separate the two halves of
the remote control.
Do not touch the battery contacts or
the printed circuit board with the
screwdriver.
CAUTION
3. Carefully prise out the battery with the
screwdriver.
4. Install a new battery (3V CR 2032) with
the + facing upwards.
5. Assemble the two halves of the
remote control.
6. Install the key blade.
Do not touch the battery contacts or
the printed circuit board with the
screwdriver.
4. Carefully prise out the battery with the
screwdriver.
5. Install a new battery (3V CR 2032) with
the + facing downwards.
6. Assemble the two halves of the
remote control.
7. Install the key blade.
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Keys and remote controls
Type 2
6. Assemble the two halves of the
remote control.
7. Install the key blade.
Type 3
2
2
1
1
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1.
Slide the release slider in the direction
of the arrow.
2. Remove the key blade.
1
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1.
Press and hold the pushbuttons on
the edges to release the cover.
Carefully remove the cover.
2. Remove the key blade.
3
3
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3. Twist a flat bladed screwdriver in the
position shown to separate the two
halves of the remote control.
CAUTION
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Do not touch the battery contacts or
the printed circuit board with the
screwdriver.
3. Twist a flat bladed screwdriver in the
position shown to separate the two
halves of the remote control.
4. Carefully prise out the battery with the
screwdriver.
5. Install a new battery (3V CR 2032) with
the + facing downwards.
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Keys and remote controls
4
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4
4. Carefully insert the screwdriver in the
position shown to open the remote
control.
CAUTION
Do not touch the battery contacts or
the printed circuit board with the
screwdriver.
5. Carefully prise out the battery with the
screwdriver.
6. Install a new battery (3V CR 2032) with
the + facing downwards.
7. Assemble the two halves of the
remote control.
8. Install the key blade.
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Locks
Locking and unlocking
confirmation
LOCKING AND UNLOCKING
Central locking
When you unlock the doors, the direction
indicators will flash once.
You can only centrally lock the doors if
they are all closed.
When you lock the doors, the direction
indicators will flash twice.
Note: The driver’s door can be unlocked
with the key. This needs to be used if the
remote control or keyless entry is not
functioning.
Note: If your vehicle has double locking,
the direction indicators will only flash twice
once you have activated double locking.
Note: Central locking also locks and
unlocks the fuel filler flap.
Locking and unlocking the
doors with the key
Double locking
B
B
WARNING
Do not activate double locking when
persons or animals are inside the
vehicle. You will not be able to
unlock the doors from the inside if you
have double locked them.
A
A
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Double locking is a theft protection feature
that prevents someone from opening the
doors from the inside. You can only
double lock the doors if they are all closed.
A
Unlock
B
Lock
Double locking the doors with
the key
Turn the key to the lock position twice
within three seconds to double lock the
doors.
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Locks
Locking and unlocking the
doors and the luggage
compartment lid with the
remote control
Locking and unlocking the
doors from inside
Driver's door
A
A
B
C
B
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A
Unlock
B
Lock
C
Luggage compartment lid
unlock
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Locking the doors and the luggage
compartment lid with the remote
control
A
Lock all doors
B
Unlock all doors
Front and rear passenger doors
Press button B once.
Double locking the doors and the
luggage compartment lid with the
remote control
Press button B twice within three
seconds.
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To lock the front and rear passenger
doors individually, press the button and
close the door when leaving the vehicle.
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Locks
Luggage compartment lid
Estate
Opening the luggage compartment
lid with the remote control
Press button C on the remote control
twice within three seconds.
Closing the luggage compartment
lid
4-door
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A recessed grip is incorporated inside the
luggage compartment lid to facilitate
closing.
Automatic relocking
The doors will relock automatically if you
do not open a door within 45 seconds of
unlocking the doors with the remote
control. The door locks and the alarm will
return to their previous state.
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5-door
Reprogramming the unlocking
function
The unlocking function may be
reprogrammed so that only the driver’s
door is unlocked. See Programming
the remote control (page 32).
GLOBAL OPENING AND
CLOSING
You can also operate the electric
windows with the ignition off via the global
opening and global closing function.
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Note: Global closing will only operate if
you have set the memory correctly for
each window. See Electric windows
(page 69).
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Locks
Global opening
To close all the windows, press and hold
the lock button for at least three
seconds. Press any button again to stop
the closing function. The anti-trap function
is also active during global closing.
Vehicles with keyless entry
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To open all the windows, press and hold
the unlock button for at least three
seconds. Press either the lock or the
unlock button again to stop the opening
function.
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WARNING
Take care when using global
closing. In an emergency, press the
button on the driver’s door handle
to stop.
Global closing
Vehicles without keyless entry
WARNING
Note: Global closing can be activated
using the button on the driver’s door
handle. Global opening and closing can
also be activated using the buttons on the
passive key.
Take care when using global
closing. In an emergency, press a
button immediately to stop.
To close all the windows, press and hold
the button on the driver’s door handle for
at least two seconds. The anti-trap
function is also active during global
closing.
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Locks
Passive locking and unlocking requires a
valid passive key to be located within one
of the three external detection ranges.
These are located approximately one and
a half metres from the driver and front
passenger door handles and the luggage
compartment lid.
KEYLESS ENTRY
General information
WARNING
The keyless entry system may not
function if the key is close to metal
objects or electronic devices such
as mobile phones.
Passive key
The vehicle can be locked and unlocked
with the passive key. The passive key can
also be used as a remote control. See
Locking and unlocking (page 36).
Note: If the door handles are pulled
repeatedly during a short period of time
without the presence of a valid passive
key, the system will become inoperable
for 30 seconds.
Locking the vehicle
The passive entry system will not function
if:
• The passive key frequencies are
jammed.
• The passive key battery is flat.
Note: If the passive entry system does
not function, you will need to use the key
blade to lock and unlock your vehicle.
The keyless system allows the driver to
operate the vehicle without the use of a
key or remote control.
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Locks
Unlocking the vehicle
WARNING
The vehicle does not lock itself
automatically. If no locking button is
pressed, the vehicle will remain
unlocked.
Note: If the vehicle remains locked for
longer than five days, the system will enter
an energy-saving mode. This is to reduce
the discharge of the vehicle battery. When
the vehicle is unlocked while in this mode,
the reaction time of the system may be a
little longer than normal. Unlocking the
vehicle once will deactivate the
energy-saving mode.
Note: If locking from the luggage
compartment lid, the passive key must
be within the luggage compartment lid
detection range.
Locking buttons are located on each of
the front doors and the luggage
compartment lid.
To activate central locking and arm the
alarm:
• Press a locking button once.
To activate double locking, to arm the
alarm and the interior sensors:
• Press a locking button twice within
three seconds.
Note: Once activated, the vehicle will
remain locked for approximately three
seconds. This is to allow you to pull a door
handle and check if the vehicle is locked.
When the delay period is over, the doors
can be opened again, provided the
passive key is within the respective
detection range.
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Pull one of the door handles or the
luggage compartment lid handle.
Note: A valid passive key must be
located within the detection range of that
door.
One long flash of the direction indicators
confirms that all the doors, the luggage
compartment lid and the fuel filler flap
have been unlocked and that the alarm
has been disarmed.
Luggage compartment lid
Note: The luggage compartment lid
cannot be closed and will pop back up if
the passive key is located inside the
luggage compartment.
Unlocking only the driver's door
Note: If a second valid passive key is
located within the luggage compartment
lid detection range, the luggage
compartment lid can be closed.
If the unlocking function is reprogrammed
so that only the driver’s door is unlocked
( See Keys and remote controls
(page 32). ), note the following:
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Locks
Locking and unlocking the
doors with the key blade
If the driver’s door is the first door which
is opened, the other doors and the
luggage compartment lid will remain
locked. All the other doors can be
unlocked from inside the vehicle by
pressing the unlock button next to the
driver’s door handle. Doors can be
unlocked individually by pulling the interior
door handles on those doors.
Type 1
If the front passenger door or one of the
rear doors is the first door which is
opened, all the doors and the luggage
compartment lid will be unlocked.
2
1
Disabled keys
Any keys left inside the vehicle interior
when it is locked will be disabled.
A disabled key cannot be used to turn the
ignition on or start the engine.
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1.
Slide the release slider in the direction
of the arrow and pull out the key blade
with your thumb.
2. Remove the key blade and insert it
into the lock.
In order to use these passive keys again,
they have to be enabled.
To enable all your passive keys, unlock
the vehicle using a passive key or the
remote control unlocking function.
Type 2
All passive keys will then be enabled if the
ignition is turned on or the vehicle is
started using a valid key.
2
1
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1
1. Carefully remove the cover.
2. Remove the key blade and insert it
into the lock.
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Engine immobiliser
If you are unable to start the engine with
a correctly coded key, this indicates a
malfunction. The message Immobiliser
active will appear in the information
display when you switch on the ignition.
Have the immobiliser checked
immediately.
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
The engine immobiliser is a theft
protection system that prevents someone
from starting the engine with an
incorrectly coded key.
CODED KEYS
Note: Do not shield your keys with metal
objects. This may prevent the receiver
from recognising your key as a valid one.
Note: Have all of your remaining keys
erased and recoded if you lose a key. Ask
your dealer for further information. Have
replacement keys recoded together with
your existing keys.
If you lose a key, you can obtain a
replacement from your Ford Dealer. If
possible, provide them with the key
number from the tag provided with the
original keys. You can also obtain
additional keys from your Ford Dealer.
ARMING THE ENGINE
IMMOBILISER
The engine immobiliser is armed
automatically a short time after you have
switched the ignition off.
DISARMING THE ENGINE
IMMOBILISER
The engine immobiliser is disarmed
automatically when you switch the ignition
on with a correctly coded key.
If the message Immobiliser active
appears in the information display, your
key has not been recognised. Remove
the key and try again.
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Alarm
Battery back-up sounder
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
The battery back-up sounder is an extra
alarm system which will sound a siren
when the alarm is triggered. It is armed
directly when you lock the vehicle. The
sounder has its own battery and will
sound an alarm siren even if someone
disconnects the vehicle battery or the
battery back-up sounder itself.
Alarm system
Your vehicle may be equipped with one
of the following alarm systems:
•
•
•
•
Perimeter alarm.
Perimeter alarm with interior sensors.
Category one alarm with interior
sensors and battery back-up sounder.
Category one alarm with interior
sensors, battery back-up sounder and
tilt sensors.
Tilt sensors
The tilt sensors detect if someone
attempts to steal a wheel or tow the
vehicle away by sensing changes in the
inclination of the vehicle.
Perimeter alarm
Note: When travelling on a ferry with the
alarm armed, deactivate the tilt sensors
by selecting reduced guard. This will
prevent the alarm from being triggered
by the movement.
The perimeter alarm is a deterrent against
unauthorised access to your vehicle
through the doors and the bonnet. It also
protects the audio unit.
Interior sensors
Triggering the alarm
Once armed, the alarm is triggered in any
of the following ways:
•
•
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•
WARNING
The sensors in the interior lamp unit
must not be covered up. Do not
activate the alarm with full guard if
any persons, animals or other moving
objects are inside the vehicle.
•
•
The sensors act as a deterrent against
unauthorised intrusion by sensing any
movement within the vehicle.
•
If someone opens a door, the tailgate
or the bonnet without a valid key or
remote control.
If someone removes the audio or
navigation system.
If the ignition is turned to position I, II
or III without a valid key.
If the interior sensors detect
movement within the vehicle.
On vehicles with a battery back-up
sounder, if someone disconnects the
vehicle battery or the battery back-up
sounder itself.
If the tilt sensors detect a change in
the inclination of the vehicle.
If the alarm is triggered, the alarm horn will
sound for 30 seconds and the hazard
warning flasher will flash for five minutes.
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Alarm
Selecting full or reduced guard
Any further attempts to perform one of
the above will trigger the alarm again.
Note: Selecting Reduced does not set
the alarm permanently to reduced guard.
It sets it to reduced guard only for the
current ignition cycle. If you regularly set
the alarm to reduced guard, select Ask
on Exit.
Full and reduced guard
Full guard
Full guard is the standard setting.
In full guard, the interior and tilt sensors
are activated when you arm the alarm.
Note: This may result in false alarms if
animals or moving objects are inside the
vehicle or, on vehicles with tilt sensors,
when travelling on a ferry.
Reduced guard
In reduced guard, the interior and tilt
sensors are deactivated when you arm
the alarm.
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Note: You can set the alarm to reduced
guard for the current ignition cycle only.
The next time you switch on the ignition,
the alarm will be reset to full guard.
Alarm
Ask on Exit
Full Guard
Reduced
Ask on Exit
You can set the information display to ask
you each time which level of guard you
wish to set.
If you select Ask on Exit, the message
Reduced guard? appears in the
instrument cluster display each time you
switch the ignition off.
If you wish to arm the alarm with reduced
guard, press the OK button when this
message appears.
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1.
Press the right arrow button on the
steering wheel to enter the main
menu.
2. Highlight Setup with the up and down
arrow buttons and press the right
arrow button.
3. Highlight Alarm and press the right
arrow button.
If you wish to arm the alarm with full guard,
leave the vehicle without pressing the OK
button.
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Alarm
Perimeter alarm
4. Highlight Reduced or Full guard. If
you prefer to be asked each time you
switch off the ignition, select Ask on
Exit.
5. Press the OK button to confirm the
selection.
6. Press the left arrow button to exit the
menu. To return to the trip computer
display directly, hold the left arrow
button pressed.
Disarm and silence the alarm by unlocking
the doors and switching the ignition on,
or unlocking the doors or the luggage
compartment lid with the remote control.
Category one alarm
Disarm and silence the alarm by unlocking
the doors and switching the ignition on
within 12 seconds, or unlocking the doors
or the luggage compartment lid with the
remote control.
Information messages
See Information messages (page 92).
ARMING THE ALARM
To arm the alarm, lock the vehicle. See
Locks (page 36).
DISARMING THE ALARM
Vehicles without keyless entry
Perimeter alarm
Disarm and silence the alarm by unlocking
the doors with the key and switching the
ignition on with a correctly coded key, or
unlocking the doors or the luggage
compartment lid with the remote control.
Category one alarm
Disarm and silence the alarm by unlocking
the doors with the key and switching the
ignition on with a correctly coded key
within 12 seconds, or unlocking the doors
or the luggage compartment lid with the
remote control.
Vehicles with keyless entry
Note: A valid passive key must be
located within the detection range of that
door for keyless entry. See Keyless
entry (page 40).
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Steering wheel
ADJUSTING THE STEERING
WHEEL
WARNING
Make sure that you fully engage the
locking lever when returning it to its
original position.
WARNING
Never adjust the steering wheel
when the vehicle is moving.
AUDIO CONTROL
Note: Make sure that you are sitting in
the correct position. See Sitting in the
correct position (page 115).
A
E
2
B
D
2
C
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A
Volume up
B
Seek up
C
Volume down
D
Seek down
E
Mode
Mode
Press and hold the mode button to
select the audio source.
Press the mode button to:
• tune the radio to the next preset
station
• play the next CD
• play the other side of a cassette tape
• accept an incoming telephone call.
• end a telephone call.
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Steering wheel
Seek
Press a seek button to:
• tune the radio to the next station up
or down the frequency band
• play the next or the previous CD track
• fast forward or rewind the cassette
tape.
Press and hold a seek button to:
• tune the radio up or down the
frequency band
• seek through a CD track.
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Wipers and washers
WINDSCREEN WIPERS
AUTOWIPERS
B
CAUTIONS
Do not switch autowipers on in dry
weather conditions. The rain sensor
is very sensitive and the wipers may
operate if dirt, mist or flies hit the
windscreen.
A
Replace the wiper blades as soon as
they begin to leave bands of water
and smears. If you do not replace
them, the rain sensor will continue to
detect water on the windscreen and the
wipers will operate, even though the
majority of the windscreen is dry.
D
C
Fully defrost the windscreen in icy
conditions before you switch
autowipers on.
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A
Single wipe
B
Intermittent wipe
C
Normal wipe
D
High speed wipe
Switch autowipers off before you
enter a car wash.
A
B
Intermittent wipe
A
B
C
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C
A
Short wipe interval
B
Intermittent wipe
C
Long wipe interval
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A
High sensitivity
B
On
C
Low sensitivity
Wipers and washers
If you switch autowipers on, the wipers
will not cycle until water is detected on
the windscreen. The rain sensor will then
continuously measure the amount of
water on the windscreen and adjust the
speed of the wipers automatically.
REAR WINDOW WIPER AND
WASHERS
Intermittent wipe
Adjust the sensitivity of the rain sensor
using the rotary control. With low
sensitivity, the wipers will operate when
the sensor detects a lot of water on the
windscreen. With high sensitivity, the
wipers will operate if the sensor detects
a small amount of water on the
windscreen.
WINDSCREEN WASHERS
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WARNING
Reverse gear wipe
Do not operate the windscreen
washers for more than 10 seconds
or when the reservoir is empty.
The rear window wiper will operate
automatically when you select reverse
gear if the wiper lever is in position B, C
or D.
Note: The washer jets are heated when
the ignition is on.
Washer
WARNING
Do not operate the rear window
washer for more than 10 seconds
or when the reservoir is empty.
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Pull the lever fully towards the steering
wheel and hold it to operate the washer.
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Wipers and washers
HEADLAMP WASHERS
CAUTIONS
You can use the service position in
winter to provide easier access to
the wiper blades for freeing them
from snow and ice. The windscreen
wipers will return to their normal position
as soon as you switch on the ignition so
make sure that you fully defrost the
windscreen before you switch on the
ignition.
The headlamp washers will operate with
the windscreen washers when the
headlamps are on.
Note: To stop the washer fluid reservoir
emptying quickly, the headlamp washers
will not operate every time that you use
the windscreen washers.
CHECKING THE WIPER
BLADES
Service position
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Run the tip of your fingers over the edge
of the blade to check for roughness.
Clean the wiper blade lips with water
applied with a soft sponge.
CHANGING THE WIPER
BLADES
A
Windscreen wiper blades
E75188
CAUTIONS
Set the windscreen wipers in the
service position to change the wiper
blades.
Switch off the ignition and move the wiper
lever to position A within three seconds.
Release the lever when the windscreen
wipers have moved to the service
position.
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Wipers and washers
Changing the windscreen wiper
blades
4. Remove the wiper blade.
Note: Make sure that the wiper blade
locks into place.
Set the windscreen wipers in the service
position and lift the wiper arms.
5. Install in the reverse order.
Changing the rear window wiper
blades - 5-door
2
1.
Lift the wiper arm.
3
1
E72899
1. Press the locking button.
2. Remove the wiper blade.
2
Note: Make sure that the wiper blade
locks into place.
E86457
2. Press the locking button.
3. Remove the wiper blade.
3. Install in the reverse order.
Rear window wiper blades
Note: Make sure that the wiper blade
locks into place.
Changing the rear window wiper
blades - Estate
1.
4. Install in the reverse order.
Lift the wiper arm.
3
4
2
E86456
2. Position the wiper blade at right angles
to the wiper arm.
3. Disengage the wiper blade from the
wiper arm.
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Lighting
One side
LIGHTING CONTROL
A
Lighting control positions
A
B
C
B
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E70718
A
Right-hand side
B
Left-hand side
Main and dipped beam
A
Off
B
Side and tail lamps
C
Headlamps
Parking lamps
CAUTION
Prolonged use of the parking lamps
will discharge the battery.
Switch off the ignition.
E70725
Both sides
Pull the lever fully towards the steering
wheel to switch between main and
dipped beam.
Set the lighting control to position B.
Headlamp flasher
Pull the lever slightly towards the steering
wheel.
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Lighting
Home safe lighting
FRONT FOG LAMPS
Switch the ignition off and pull the
direction indicator lever towards the
steering wheel to switch the headlamps
on. You will hear a short tone. The
headlamps will go off automatically after
three minutes with any door open, or 30
seconds after the last door has been
closed.
With all doors closed, but within the 30
second delay, opening any door will result
in the three minute timer starting again.
E70721
WARNING
Only use the front fog lamps when
visibility is considerably restricted by
fog, snow or rain.
The home safe lights can be cancelled by
either pulling the direction indicator lever
towards the steering wheel again or by
turning the ignition switch on.
REAR FOG LAMPS
AUTOLAMPS
E70720
WARNINGS
Only use the rear fog lamps when
visibility is restricted to less than 50
metres.
E70719
Note: If you have switched autolamps
on, you can only switch the main beam
on when autolamps has switched the
headlamps on.
Do not use the rear fog lamps when
it is raining or snowing and visibility
is more than 50 metres.
The headlamps will come on and go off
automatically depending on the ambient
light.
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Lighting
ADJUSTING THE
HEADLAMPS - VEHICLES
WITH: ADAPTIVE FRONT
LIGHTING/XENON
HEADLAMPS
To adjust the headlamps for driving on the
left or right hand side of the road, see your
dealer.
HEADLAMP LEVELLING
Note: Vehicles with Xenon headlamps
are equipped with automatic headlamp
levelling.
A
B
E70722
A
Raised headlamp beams
B
Lowered headlamp beams
You can adjust the level of the headlamp
beams according to the vehicle load.
Recommended headlamp levelling switch positions
Load
Load in luggage
compartment
Switch position
Front seats
Second row seats
1-2
-
-
0
1-2
-
-
0 (0.5 )
1-2
3
-
1 (0.5 )
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2
2
Lighting
Load
Load in luggage
compartment
Front seats
Second row seats
1-2
3
Max
1
-
Max
1
See Vehicle identification (page 222).
2
Vehicles with active suspension.
HAZARD WARNING
FLASHERS
Switch position
1
3 (0.5 )
2
1
4 (1.5 )
2
E71943
For item location: See Quick start (page
10).
Note: Depending on applicable laws and
regulations in the country for which your
vehicle was originally built, the hazard
warning flashers may flash if you brake
heavily.
ADAPTIVE FRONT LIGHTING SYSTEM (AFS)
A
A
B
B
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Lighting
A
without AFS
B
with AFS
A message will appear in the information
display if the system malfunctions. See
Information messages (page 92).
The headlamps will move to a fixed central
or dipped position. Have the system
checked as soon as possible.
The AFS adjusts the headlamp dipped
beam depending on vehicle direction and
speed. It improves visibility when you are
driving at night and helps to reduce
headlamp glare for oncoming drivers.
The system will not operate when the
vehicle is stationary, when you have
switched on the daytime running lamps
or when you have selected reverse gear.
Cornering lamps
A
A
B
B
E72898
A
Headlamp beam
B
Cornering lamp beam
The cornering lamps illuminate the inside
of a corner when you are turning.
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Lighting
If you set the switch to position B, the
courtesy lamp will come on when you
unlock or open a door or the luggage
compartment lid. If you leave a door open
with the ignition switch off, the courtesy
lamp will go off automatically after some
time to prevent the vehicle battery from
discharging. To switch it back on, switch
on the ignition for a short time.
DIRECTION INDICATORS
The courtesy lamp will also come on when
you switch off the ignition. It will go off
automatically after a short time or when
you start or restart the engine.
E70727
If you set the switch to position C with the
ignition switch off, the courtesy lamp will
come on. It will go off automatically after
a short time to prevent the vehicle battery
from discharging. To switch it back on,
switch on the ignition for a short time.
Note: Tap the lever up or down to make
the direction indicators flash only three
times.
INTERIOR LAMPS
Reading lamps
Courtesy lamp
A B C
E71946
If you switch off the ignition, the reading
lamps will go off automatically after some
time to prevent the vehicle battery from
discharging. To switch them back on,
switch on the ignition for a short time.
E71945
A
Off
B
Door contact
C
On
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Lighting
Vanity mirror lamps
A
B
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E85995
A
Off
B
On
2. Remove the screws.
If you switch off the ignition, the vanity
mirror lamps will go off automatically after
a short time to prevent the vehicle battery
from discharging. To switch them back
on, switch on the ignition for a short time.
REMOVING A HEADLAMP
WARNING
Have Xenon bulbs changed by a
trained technician. There is a risk of
electric shock.
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1.
3. Remove the plastic screw and
retainer.
Open the bonnet. See Opening and
closing the bonnet (page 188).
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Lighting
CAUTION
When fitting the headlamp, take care
not to damage the locating points.
5
Note: When fitting the headlamp, make
sure that you fully engage the headlamp
in the lower outer fixing point.
Note: When fitting the headlamp, tighten
the front screw first and then the rear
screw.
CHANGING A BULB
4
E85996
WARNINGS
Switch the lights and the ignition off.
4. Carefully pull the corner of the grille
and bumper towards the front of the
vehicle.
5. Carefully lift the corner of the
headlamp and push it as far as
possible towards the back of the
vehicle.
Let the bulb cool down before
removing it.
Have Xenon bulbs changed by a
trained technician. There is a risk of
electric shock.
CAUTIONS
Do not touch the glass of the bulb.
7
Only fit bulbs of the correct
specification. See Bulb
specification chart (page 67).
6
Note: The following instructions describe
how to remove the bulbs. Fit
replacements in the reverse order unless
otherwise stated.
E88982
Headlamp
6. Carefully pull the headlamp towards
the centre of the vehicle, behind the
grille and bumper, to disengage it from
the lower outer fixing point.
7. Remove the headlamp.
Note: Remove the covers to gain access
to the bulbs.
Direction indicator
1.
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Remove the headlamp. See
Removing a headlamp (page 59).
Lighting
Headlamp dipped beam
1.
Remove the headlamp. See
Removing a headlamp (page 59).
3
2
3
2
E72259
E72260
2. Turn the bulb holder anti-clockwise
and remove it.
3. Gently press the bulb into the bulb
holder, turn it anti-clockwise and
remove it.
2. Turn the bulb holder anti-clockwise
and remove it.
3. Remove the bulb.
Headlamp main beam
1.
1.
Cornering lamp
Remove the headlamp. See
Removing a headlamp (page 59).
Remove the headlamp. See
Removing a headlamp (page 59).
3
2
2
3
E72262
E72261
2. Disconnect the electrical connector.
3. Release the clip and remove the bulb.
2. Disconnect the electrical connector.
3. Release the clip and remove the bulb.
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Lighting
Side repeaters
2
3
3
2
1
E72265
2. Remove the lamp.
3. Remove the bulb.
E85999
1. Carefully remove the side repeater.
2. Hold the bulb holder, turn the housing
anti-clockwise and remove it.
3. Remove the bulb.
Front fog lamps
4
Approach lamp
2
1
3
E72264
1
E72267
Note: Position the mirror glass as far
inwards as possible.
1.
Note: You cannot separate the fog lamp
bulb from the bulb holder.
Insert a screwdriver into the gap
between the mirror housing and the
mirror glass and release the metal
retaining clip.
Note: Do not remove the screws.
1.
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Loosen the screws.
Lighting
2. Remove the lamp.
3. Disconnect the electrical connector.
4. Turn the bulb holder anti-clockwise
and remove it.
Rear lamps
A
Direction indicator, tail and brake
lamp
3
1
B
E86005
A
Direction indicator
B
Tail and brake lamp
3. Gently press the bulb into the bulb
holder, turn it anti-clockwise and remove
it.
Reversing lamp, tail lamp and fog
lamp
E86003
1.
Remove the trim panel.
2
1
E86006
E86004
1.
2. Unclip the bulb holder.
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Remove the trim panel.
Lighting
Central high mounted brake
lamp
2
Remove the trim panel
4-door
13
E86007
2. Unclip the bulb holder.
E87617
1.
A
3
Detach the clips.
5-door
2
B
C
E87618
1
E86008
A
Reversing lamp
B
Tail lamp
C
Fog lamp
1. Remove the screws.
2. Detach the clips.
3. Gently press the bulb into the bulb
holder, turn it anti-clockwise and remove
it.
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Lighting
Estate
3
E87619
1.
Detach the clips.
E86002
Remove the lamp
3. Remove the lamp.
4
2
1
1
3
E87620
E79601
1. Insert a suitable object into the holes.
2. Carefully pull the lamp towards the
front of the vehicle to release the
spring clips.
4. Unclip the bulb holder.
5. Remove the bulb.
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Lighting
Number plate lamp
Vehicles with interior sensors
3
2
1
3
2
E72789
1. Carefully release the spring clip.
2. Remove the lamp.
3. Remove the bulb.
E72787
1. Carefully prise out the lens.
2. Remove the lens.
3. Remove the bulb.
Interior lamp
Vehicles without interior sensors
Reading lamps
Vehicles without interior sensors
3
3
3
2
2
E72788
1. Carefully prise out the lens.
2. Remove the lens.
3. Remove the bulb.
E72796
1. Carefully prise out the lens.
2. Remove the lens.
3. Remove the bulb.
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Lighting
Vanity mirror lamp
Vehicles with interior sensors
1
2
2
E72785
1. Carefully prise out the lamp.
2. Remove the bulb.
E72786
1. Carefully prise out the lamp.
2. Turn the bulb holder anti-clockwise
and remove it.
Luggage compartment lamp
3
E73939
3. Remove the bulb.
E72784
1. Carefully prise out the lamp.
2. Remove the bulb.
BULB SPECIFICATION CHART
Lamp
Specification
Front direction indicator
Headlamp main beam
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Power (watt)
PY21W
21
H1
55
Lighting
Lamp
Specification
Power (watt)
Headlamp dipped beam
H7
55
Cornering lamp
H1
55
W5W
5
Approach lamp
W5
5
Front fog lamp
H8
35
Front fog lamp
H11
55
Side repeater
Side lamp
1
W5W
5
Rear direction indicator
PY21W
21
Brake and tail lamp
P21/5W
21/5
Tail lamp
P21/4W
4
Rear fog lamp
P21/5W
21/5
Reversing lamp
Central high mounted brake lamp
Number plate lamp
Interior lamp
1
1
P21W
21
5 x W5W
5
W5W
5
Festoon
10
Reading lamp
BA 9s
5
Vanity mirror lamp
W5W
5
Luggage compartment lamp
W5W
5
Fit a replacement with the same rating as the one you have removed.
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Windows and mirrors
Driver’s door switches
ELECTRIC WINDOWS
WARNING
Do not operate the electric windows
unless they are free from
obstruction.
Note: If you operate the switches often
during a short period of time, the system
might become inoperable for a certain
time to prevent damage due to
overheating.
Note: You can operate the windows for
several minutes after you switch off the
ignition. They will be deactivated as soon
as a door is opened.
E70848
You can operate all the windows with the
switches on the door trim panel of the
driver’s door.
Note: If you operate both the switch on
the relevant door and the switch for that
window on the driver’s door at the same
time, the window will stop moving.
Front and rear passengers’
door switches
Switch on the ignition to operate the
electric windows.
Global opening and global
closing
You can also operate the electric
windows with the ignition off via the global
opening and global closing function. See
Global opening and closing (page
38).
Note: Global opening and global closing
will open or close the windows
automatically only on vehicles equipped
with four electric windows.
E70849
Opening and closing the
windows automatically
Note: Global closing will only operate if
you have set the memory correctly for
each window.
Press or lift the switch to the second
action point and release it. Press or lift it
again to stop the windows.
Safety switch for rear windows
Note: You can always operate the rear
windows from the driver’s door.
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Windows and mirrors
1.
Close the window twice until it
reaches the resistance and let it
reverse.
2. Close the window a third time to the
resistance. The anti-trap function is
disabled and you cannot close the
window automatically. The window will
override the resistance and you can
close it fully.
3. If the window does not close after the
third attempt, have it checked by a
properly trained technician.
Resetting the memory of the
electric windows
E70850
A switch in the driver’s door disables the
rear electric window switches.
WARNING
The anti-trap function is deactivated
until you have reset the memory.
The light in the switch illuminates and the
lights in the rear window switches go off
when the rear windows are disabled.
After the battery has been disconnected
from the vehicle you must reset the
memory separately for each window:
Anti-trap function
WARNING
1.
Lift the switch until the window is fully
closed. Hold the switch lifted for one
more second.
2. Release the switch and lift it again, two
or three times, for one more second.
3. Open the window and try to close it
automatically.
4. Reset and repeat procedure if the
window does not close automatically.
Careless closing of the windows can
override the protection function and
cause injuries.
The electric windows will stop
automatically while closing and reverse
some distance if there is an obstacle in
the way.
Overriding the anti-trap function
Safety mode
CAUTION
While you close the window for the
third time, the anti-trap function is
disabled. Make sure there are no
obstacles in the way of the closing
window.
WARNING
The anti-trap function is not active
during this procedure.
To override this protection function when
there is a resistance, for example, in the
winter, proceed as follows:
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Windows and mirrors
If the system detects a malfunction, it
enters a safety mode. The windows will
move for only about 0.5 seconds at a time
and then stop again. Close the windows
by pressing the switch again when the
windows stop moving. Have this checked
immediately.
ELECTRIC EXTERIOR
MIRRORS
EXTERIOR MIRRORS
WARNING
Do not overestimate the distance
of the objects that you see in the
convex mirror. Objects seen in
convex mirrors will appear smaller and
further away than they actually are.
A
B
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Manual folding mirrors
C
Folding
A
Left-hand mirror
Push the mirror towards the door window
glass.
B
Off
C
Right-hand mirror
Unfolding
Mirror tilting positions
Make sure that you fully engage the mirror
in its support when returning it to its
original position.
E70847
The electric exterior mirrors are fitted with
a heating element that will defrost or
demist the mirror glass. See Heated
windows and mirrors (page 106).
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Windows and mirrors
Electric folding mirrors
If you press the switch again while the
mirrors are moving, they will stop and
reverse the direction of movement.
Automatic folding and unfolding
Note: When the mirrors are operated
often during a short period of time, the
system may become inoperable for a
period of time to prevent damage due to
overheating.
Note: If the mirrors have been folded
using the manual fold button they can only
be unfolded using the manual fold button.
The mirrors will fold automatically when
you lock the vehicle with the key, the
remote control or a keyless entry system
request. The mirrors will unfold when you
unlock the vehicle with the key, the
remote control, a keyless entry system
request, the driver's interior door handle
or starting the engine.
Reverse mirror dipping
Depending on the switch position (A or
C), the relevant exterior mirror will dip
whenever you select reverse gear, giving
you a view of the kerb.
Note: You can disable this feature by
leaving the switch in position B.
Manual folding and unfolding
The electric folding mirrors operate with
the ignition on.
The exterior mirror will return to the
original position:
• If the vehicle speed exceeds 10 km/h
(6 mph).
• Approximately 10 seconds after
reverse gear has been disengaged.
• If the switch is returned to position B.
Note: You can operate the mirrors (mirror
tilting and folding) for several minutes after
you switch off the ignition. They will be
deactivated as soon as a door is opened.
When you first use this feature, the mirror
will dip to a preset position. This position
can be adjusted using the following
sequence:
1.
Turn the ignition on. Do not start the
engine.
2. Select the desired exterior mirror (A
or C).
3. Select reverse gear, the selected
exterior mirror will adjust to a preset
position.
4. Adjust the mirror to the required
dipped position.
5. Disengage reverse gear or press and
hold the desired memory pre-set
button until a single chime sounds to
confirm. See Memory function
(page 124).
E72623
Press the button to fold or unfold the
mirrors.
The settings will be stored automatically.
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Windows and mirrors
AUTO-DIMMING MIRROR
E71028
The auto-dimming mirror will adjust
automatically when hit by glaring light from
behind. It will not work when you have
selected reverse gear.
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Instruments
GAUGES
Type 1 and 2
A
B
C
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A
Tachometer
B
Engine coolant temperature gauge
C
Fuel gauge
D
Speedometer
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D
Instruments
Type 3
A
B
E
D
C
E87713
A
Tachometer
B
Speedometer
C
Engine coolant temperature gauge
D
Fuel gauge
E
Message centre. See Information displays (page 79).
CAUTION
Engine coolant temperature
gauge
Do not restart the engine until the
cause of overheating has been
resolved.
Shows the temperature of the engine
coolant. At normal operating temperature,
the needle will remain in the centre
section.
If the needle moves towards 120°C, the
engine is overheating. Stop the engine,
switch the ignition off and determine the
cause once the engine has cooled
down. See Engine coolant check
(page 197).
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Instruments
Fuel gauge
Brake system lamp
The arrow adjacent to the fuel pump
symbol tells you on which side of your
vehicle the fuel filler cap is located.
It illuminates when the parking
brake is engaged.
WARNING
WARNING LAMPS AND
INDICATORS
Reduce your speed gradually and
stop your vehicle as soon as it is
safe to do so. Use your brakes with
care.
The following warning lamps and
indicators will illuminate briefly when you
switch the ignition on to confirm that the
system is operational:
• ABS
• Airbag
• Brake system
• Engine
• Frost
• Ignition
• Oil pressure (all except 2.5L Duratec)
• Stability control (ESP).
If it illuminates when you are driving, check
that the parking brake is not engaged. If
the parking brake is not engaged, this
indicates a malfunction. Have the system
checked by a properly trained technician
immediately.
Cruise control indicator
It will illuminate when you have
set a speed using the cruise
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control system. See Using
cruise control (page 149). On vehicles
with adaptive cruise control (ACC), the
indicator will illuminate when ACC is active.
See Using ACC (page 152).
If a warning or indicator lamp does not
illuminate when the ignition is switched
on, it indicates a malfunction. Have the
system checked by properly trained
technician.
Direction indicators
Flashes during operation. A
sudden increase in the rate of
flashing warns of a failed
indicator bulb. See Changing a bulb
(page 60).
ABS warning lamp
If it illuminates when you are
driving, this indicates a
malfunction. You will continue
to have normal braking (without ABS).
Have the system checked by a properly
trained technician as soon as possible.
Engine warning lamp
If it illuminates with the engine
running, this indicates a
malfunction. If it flashes when
you are driving, reduce the speed of
your vehicle immediately. If it
continues to flash, avoid heavy
acceleration or deceleration. Have the
system checked by a properly trained
technician immediately.
Airbag warning lamp
If it illuminates while driving, this
indicates a malfunction. Have
the system checked by a
properly trained technician.
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Instruments
Ignition warning lamp
CAUTION
If the engine warning lamp illuminates
in conjunction with a message, have
the system checked as soon as
possible.
If it illuminates when you are
driving, this indicates a
malfunction. Switch off all
unnecessary electrical equipment. Have
the system checked by a properly trained
technician immediately.
Forward alert indicator
It will illuminate when this feature
is active. See Forward alert
function (page 155).
Low fuel level warning lamp
If it illuminates, refuel as soon as
possible.
Front fog lamp indicator
Main beam indicator
It will illuminate when you switch
the front fog lamps on.
It will illuminate when you switch
the headlamp main beam on. It
will flash when you use the
headlamp flasher.
Frost warning lamp
WARNING
Message indicator
Even if the temperature rises to
above 4ºC (39.2°F) there is no
guarantee that the road is free of
hazards caused by inclement weather.
It will illuminate when a new
message is stored in the
information display. See
Information messages (page 92).
It will illuminate and glow orange
when the outside air
temperature is between 4ºC
(39.2ºF) and 0ºC (32ºF). It will glow red
when the temperature is below 0ºC
(32ºF).
Oil pressure warning lamp
CAUTION
Do not resume your journey if it
illuminates despite the level being
correct. Have the system checked
by a properly trained technician
immediately.
Glow plug indicator
See Starting a diesel engine
(page 131).
If it stays on after starting or
illuminates when driving, this
indicates a malfunction. Stop
your vehicle as soon as it is safe to do so
and switch the engine off. Check the
engine oil level. See Engine oil check
(page 197).
Headlamp indicator
It will illuminate when you switch
the headlamp dipped beam or
the side and tail lamps on.
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Instruments
Rear fog lamp indicator
It will illuminate when you switch
the rear fog lamps on.
Seat belt reminder
See Seat belt reminder
(page 30).
Shift indicator
E70499
It will illuminate to inform you
that shifting to a higher gear
may give better fuel economy
and lower CO2 emissions. It will not
illuminate during periods of high
acceleration, braking or when the clutch
pedal is pressed.
1.
2.
3.
Stability control (ESP) warning
lamp
4.
While driving, it flashes during
activation of the system. After
switching on the ignition, if it
does not illuminate or illuminates
continuously while driving, this indicates
a malfunction. During a malfunction, the
system switches off. Have the system
checked by a properly trained technician
as soon as possible.
5.
If you switch ESP off, the warning lamp
will illuminate. The lamp will go out when
you switch the system back on or when
you switch the ignition off.
AUDIBLE WARNINGS AND
INDICATORS
Switching the chimes on and
off
You can deactivate certain chimes.
To set which chimes should sound:
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Press the right arrow button on the
steering wheel to enter the main
menu.
Highlight Setup with the up and down
arrow buttons and press the right
arrow button.
Highlight Chimes and press the right
arrow button.
Highlight the chime and press the OK
button to switch the chime on and off.
Press the left arrow button to exit the
menu. Press and hold the left arrow
button to return to the main menu
display.
Information displays
Press the up and down arrow buttons:
GENERAL INFORMATION
•
WARNING
•
Do not operate the information
display controls when the vehicle is
moving.
to scroll through the trip computer
displays
to scroll through and highlight the
options within a menu.
Press the right arrow button:
•
Note: The information display will remain
on for several minutes after you switch off
the ignition.
•
to enter the main menu from the trip
computer displays
to enter a sub-menu.
Various systems on your vehicle can be
controlled using the buttons on your
steering wheel. Corresponding
information is displayed in the information
display.
Press the left arrow button to exit a
menu.
For detailed instructions on audio,
navigation, phone etc. refer to the
appropriate manual.
Note: The system will return to the trip
computer displays automatically if you do
not press any button for a period of time.
Controls
Press the OK button to choose and
confirm a setting.
Hold the left arrow button pressed at any
time to return to the main menu display
(escape button).
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Instrument cluster functions
Function
Type 1
Type 2
Type 3
Trip computer
X
X
X
Information messages
X
X
X
Clock setup
X
X
X
Display settings
-
X
X
Park heater setup
-
X
X
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Information displays
Function
Type 1
Type 2
Type 3
Navigation control
-
-
X
CD control
-
-
X
CD changer control
-
-
X
Radio control
-
-
X
Phone control
-
-
X
Auxiliary input control
-
-
X
Press the up and down arrow buttons
on the steering wheel to scroll through
the trip computer displays. See Trip
computer (page 88).
Type 1
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Menu structure
Reset trip
Information
Clock
Tripodometer
Avg. fuel
Avg. speed
All values
Messages
Set clock
24 Hour mode
12 Hour mode
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Information displays
Type 2
Press the up and down arrow buttons
on the steering wheel to scroll through
the trip computer displays. See Trip
computer (page 88).
09:00
Average Fuel
l
6.3 100km
123456 km
234.2 km
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Information displays
Menu structure
Reset Trip
Trip Odo
Avg. fuel
Avg. speed
All
Information
Messages
Tyre Press.
Clock
Set Clock
24 Hour Mode
12 Hour Mode
Display
Setup
Configure
Help Screen
Radio Info
Phone Info
NAV info
Always off
On guidance
Always on
Language
English
Deutsch
Italiano
Français
Español
Türkçe
Pyccкий
Nederlands
Polski
Svenska
Português
Measure unit
A
B
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Metric
Imperial
Information displays
A
B
Chimes
Forw. Alert
Low Fuel
General info.
General warn.
Home light
ACC warning
FA warning
Sensitivity
Early
Normal
Late
Warn Audible
Hill Launch
Tyre Pressure
Off
Auto
Manual
Check
Low load
High load
Alarm
Full guard
Reduced
Ask on exit
Aux. Heater
Time 1
Set Time
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Time 2
Set Time
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Parkheater
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Once
Active now
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Information displays
Type 3
CD
CD changer
Radio
Phone
E88048
Trip computer
Use the controls to scroll through the
menu displays.
Settings
Device list
The highlighted icon shows the current
menu in use.
Auxiliary input
Navigation
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Information displays
Menu structure
Navigation
Home
Destinat. mem.
Destinat. A-Z
Last destinat.
Cancel guidan.
Destinations
Destinations
Destinations
CD
Folder / Tracks
CD changer
CD 1
CD 2
CD 3
CD 4
CD 5
CD 6
Folder / Tracks
Folder / Tracks
Folder / Tracks
Folder / Tracks
Folder / Tracks
Folder / Tracks
Radio
Station list
FM 1 / FM
FM 2
FM 3
FM - AST
MW / AM
LW / AM-AST
Stations
Stations
Stations
Stations
Stations
Stations
Stations
Phone
Phone book
Redial
Incoming calls
Outgoing calls
Call status
Numbers
A
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85
Numbers
Numbers
Information displays
A
Trip computer
Distance to empty
Average fuel
Average speed
Reset selected element
Reset trip odometer
Settings
Information
Messages
Tyre Pressure
Clock
Set Clock
24-hour mode
12-hour mode
Display
Setup
Colour themes
Configure
Help Screen
NAV info
Always off
On guidance
Always on
Language
English
Deutsch
Italiano
Français
Español
Türkçe
Pyccкий
Nederlands
Polski
Svenska
Português
A
B
Measure unit
C
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Metric
Imperial
Information displays
C
Chimes
Forw Alert
Low Fuel
General info.
General warn.
Home light
ACC warning
FA warning
Sensitivity
Warn Audible
Hill Launch
Tyre Pressure
Alarm
Aux Heater
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Off
Auto
Manual
Check
Low load
High load
Full guard
Reduced
Ask on exit
Early
Normal
Late
Information displays
A
B
Park heater
Time 1
Set Time
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Time 2
Set Time
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Once
Active now
E88067
Auxiliary input
Average fuel consumption
TRIP COMPUTER
Indicates the average fuel consumption
since the function was last reset.
Odometer
Registers the total mileage of the vehicle.
Average speed
Tripmeter
Indicates the average speed calculated
since the function was last reset.
Registers the mileage of individual
journeys.
Outside air temperature
Shows the outside air temperature.
Distance to empty
Indicates the approximate distance the
vehicle will travel on the fuel remaining in
the tank. Changes in driving pattern may
cause the value to vary.
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Information displays
Type 1 and 2
Resetting the trip computer using
the main menu
To reset a particular display:
10:20
1.
Average Fuel
l
6.3 100km
A
123456 km
B
234.2 km
C
Press the right arrow button on the
steering wheel to enter the main
menu.
2. Highlight Reset Trip with the up and
down arrow buttons and press the
right arrow button.
3. Highlight the function to be reset.
4. Press the right arrow button to select
the function.
5. Hold the OK button pressed.
To reset all three displays, select All
values and hold the OK button pressed.
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A. Trip computer
B. Odometer
C. Tripmeter
Type 3
The trip computer includes the following
information displays:
Average fuel
Average speed
A
Outside air
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A
Reset Trip
Trip computer
Press the OK button on the steering
wheel to cycle through the different trip
computer displays. To reset a value, press
and hold the OK button.
Dist. to empty
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Press the up and down arrow buttons
on the steering wheel to scroll through
the trip computer displays.
Resetting the trip computer using
the main menu
Note: The position of the trip computer
display may vary depending on the
information shown in the display.
1.
To reset a particular display:
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Highlight Trip Computer with the up
and down arrow buttons and press
the right arrow button.
Information displays
Type 3
2. Highlight the function to be reset.
3. Hold the OK button pressed.
1.
PERSONALISED SETTINGS
2. Highlight Setup with the up and down
arrow buttons and press the right
arrow button.
3. Highlight Display and press the right
arrow button.
4. Highlight Configure and press the
right arrow button.
5. To toggle the Help screen and NAV
Info on and off, highlight the desired
setting and press the OK button to
confirm the setting.
The following information is displayed in
the information display if you have
selected it:
Help screen, radio, navigation
and phone information
The help screen appears for a few
seconds when you switch the ignition on.
If the radio, navigation or telephone is
operating, information relating to this
system is displayed in the information
display.
Navigation information
To select which information is displayed
in the information display:
You can also choose when the navigation
information is displayed in the information
display. Three options are available:
Type 1 and 2
1.
Highlight Settings with the up and
down arrow buttons and press the
right arrow button.
•
Press the right arrow button on the
steering wheel to enter the main
menu.
•
2. Highlight Setup with the up and down
arrow buttons and press the right
arrow button.
3. Highlight Display and press the right
arrow button.
4. Highlight Configure and press the
right arrow button.
5. To toggle the Help screen, Radio
Info and Phone Info on and off,
highlight the desired setting and press
the OK button to confirm the setting.
6. Press the left arrow button to exit the
menu. Hold the left arrow button
pressed to return to the trip computer
display.
•
Always off: No navigation
information is displayed in the
information display.
On guidance: The navigation
information will only appear when the
navigation system provides a
guidance instruction. This function is
only available on certain navigation
systems.
Always on: Navigation information
will always appear in the information
display when the navigation system is
operating.
To set when navigation information should
be displayed:
Type 1 and 2
1.
Press the right arrow button on the
steering wheel to enter the main
menu.
2. Highlight Setup with the up and down
arrow buttons and press the right
arrow button.
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Information displays
3. Highlight Display and press the right
arrow button.
4. Highlight Configure and press the
right arrow button.
5. Highlight Nav Info and press the right
arrow button.
6. Highlight the desired setting and press
the OK button to confirm the setting.
7. Press the left arrow button to exit the
menu. Hold the left arrow button
pressed to return to the trip computer
display.
2. Highlight Setup with the up and down
arrow buttons and press the right
arrow button.
3. Highlight Display and press the right
arrow button.
4. Highlight Language and press the
right arrow button.
5. Highlight the desired setting and press
the OK button to confirm the setting.
6. Press the left arrow button to exit the
menu. Hold the left arrow button
pressed to return to the trip computer
display.
Type 3
1.
Type 3
Highlight Settings with the up and
down arrow buttons and press the
right arrow button.
1.
2. Highlight Setup with the up and down
arrow buttons and press the right
arrow button.
3. Highlight Display and press the right
arrow button.
4. Highlight Configure and press the
right arrow button.
5. Highlight Nav Info and press the right
arrow button.
6. Highlight the desired setting and press
the OK button to confirm the setting.
2. Highlight Setup with the up and down
arrow buttons and press the right
arrow button.
3. Highlight Display and press the right
arrow button.
4. Highlight Language and press the
right arrow button.
5. Highlight the desired setting and press
the OK button to confirm the setting.
Units of measure
Language
Note: The outside air temperature is only
displayed in degrees Celsius and cannot
be set to degrees Fahrenheit.
A choice of eleven languages are
available:
To select metric or imperial units:
English, German, Italian, French, Spanish,
Turkish, Russian, Dutch, Polish, Swedish
and Portuguese.
Type 1 and 2
1.
Type 1 and 2
1.
Highlight Settings with the up and
down arrow buttons and press the
right arrow button.
Press the right arrow button on the
steering wheel to enter the main
menu.
Press the right arrow button on the
steering wheel to enter the main
menu.
2. Highlight Setup with the up and down
arrow buttons and press the right
arrow button.
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Information displays
3. Highlight Display and press the right
arrow button.
4. Highlight Measure Unit and press
the right arrow button.
5. Highlight the desired setting and press
the OK button to confirm the setting.
6. Press the left arrow button to return
to exit the menu. Hold the left arrow
button pressed to return to the trip
computer display.
With instrument cluster type 3, certain
messages need to be confirmed before
you can access the menus.
Message indicator
The message indicator
illuminates to supplement some
messages. It will be red or
amber depending on the severity of the
message and will remain on until the
cause of the message has been rectified.
Type 3
1.
Message symbols
Highlight Settings with the up and
down arrow buttons and press the
right arrow button.
See Owner’s handbook.
2. Highlight Setup with the up and down
arrow buttons and press the right
arrow button.
3. Highlight Display and press the right
arrow button.
4. Highlight Measure Unit and press
the right arrow button.
5. Highlight the desired setting and press
the OK button to confirm the setting.
Have the system checked at
the next service.
Have the system checked as
soon as possible.
Stop your vehicle as soon as it
is safe to do so.
Viewing current messages
INFORMATION MESSAGES
Type 1 and 2
1.
Press the right arrow button on the
steering wheel to enter the main
menu.
2. Highlight Information with the up
and down arrow buttons and press
the right arrow button.
3. Highlight Messages and press the
right arrow button.
4. Use the up and down buttons to view
the current messages.
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Type 3
Press OK to acknowledge and remove
some messages from the information
display. Other messages will be removed
automatically after a short time.
1.
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Press the right arrow button on the
steering wheel to enter the main
menu.
Information displays
2. Highlight Settings with the up and
down arrow buttons and press the
right arrow button.
3. Highlight Information with the up
and down arrow buttons and press
the right arrow button.
4. Highlight Messages and press the
right arrow button.
5. Use the up and down buttons to view
the current messages.
Active suspension
Message
Message
warning lamp
Meaning
IVDC malfunction
amber
The active suspension has malfunctioned. Have
this checked as soon as possible. See Using
active suspension (page 146).
IVDC comfort
-
The active suspension is set to the comfort
setting.
IVDC normal
-
The active suspension is set to the normal
setting.
IVDC sport
-
The active suspension is set to the sport setting.
Message
Message
warning lamp
Meaning
Alarm triggered
amber
The alarm has been triggered. Check your
vehicle for signs of unauthorised access.
Alarm system
service reqd.
-
The alarm has malfunctioned. Have this checked
as soon as possible.
Alarm
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Information displays
Battery and charging system
Message
Overvoltage: Stop
safely!
Low battery
Message
warning lamp
red
Meaning
The charging system voltage is above its normal
operating range. Stop your vehicle as soon as
it is safe to do so and switch off the ignition.
Have this checked as soon as possible.
amber
The battery voltage is low. Have this checked
as soon as possible.
Message
Message
warning lamp
Meaning
Aux. Heater on
amber
The auxiliary heater is on.
Climate control
Cruise control and Adaptive cruise control (ACC)
Message
Message
warning lamp
Meaning
Cruise control
active
-
Cruise control is on.
Cruise control
standby
-
Cruise control is on standby.
ACC unavailable
-
Stability control (ESP) may be switched off.
Switch ESP back on and try ACC again. Otherwise try switching the ignition off and on to clear
this message.
ACC malfunction
amber
The ACC has malfunctioned. Have this checked
as soon as possible.
Clean radar sensor
amber
There may be something blocking the radar
sensor. Clear any dirt, snow, water or other
objects from the front grille area.
Forward Alert
malfunction
amber
Forward alert has malfunctioned. Have this
checked as soon as possible.
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Information displays
Doors open
Message
Message
warning lamp
Meaning
Driver door open
red
The driver side front door is open.
Driver side rear
door open
red
The driver side rear door is open.
Passenger door
open
red
The passenger side front door is open.
Passenger side
rear door open
red
The passenger side rear door is open.
Luggage comp.
open
red
The luggage compartment is open.
Bonnet open
red
The bonnet is open.
Message
Message
warning lamp
Meaning
Immobiliser active
amber
The engine immobiliser is on. See Engine
immobiliser (page 43).
Engine immobiliser
Hill launch assist (HLA)
Message
Message
warning lamp
Meaning
Hill Launch not
available
amber
HLA has malfunctioned. Have this checked as
soon as possible.
Hill Launch Assist
active
-
HLA is on.
Hill Launch Assist
off
-
HLA is off.
Please use park
brake !
amber
HLA is deactivated due to a malfunction. Use
the parking brake normally on hills. See Hill
start assist (page 143).
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Information displays
Keyless system
Message
Message
warning lamp
Meaning
Steering malfunction
red
The steering system has malfunctioned. Have
this checked as soon as possible.
Key not detected
amber
A valid passive key has not been recognised.
Car operative
Press STOP
amber
The engine is still running. Switch the ignition off.
See Keyless starting (page 127).
Key outside car
amber
A valid passive key has not been detected inside
the vehicle.
Key battery low
amber
Change the battery as soon as possible.
Steering locked Retry
-
The steering lock is still active. Press the start
button.
Message
Message
warning lamp
Meaning
Front lights
malfunction
amber
The adaptive front lighting system (AFS) has
malfunctioned. Have this checked as soon as
possible.
Low beam: Bulb
fault
-
One or both of the headlamp dipped beam
bulbs have blown. Check the headlamp dipped
beam bulbs. See Changing a bulb (page 60).
Rear fog light: Bulb
fault
-
One or both of the rear fog lamp bulbs have
blown. Check the rear fog lamp bulbs. See
Changing a bulb (page 60).
Stop lamps: Bulb
fault
-
One or both of the brake lamp bulbs have blown.
Check the brake lamp bulbs. See Changing
a bulb (page 60).
Trailer stopl.: Bulb
fault
-
One or both of the brake lamp bulbs on your
trailer have blown. Check the brake lamp bulbs
on your trailer.
Trailer turnl.: Bulb
fault
-
One or both of the direction indicator bulbs on
your trailer have blown. Check the direction
indicator bulbs on your trailer.
Lighting
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Information displays
Maintenance
Message
Message
warning lamp
Meaning
Engine malfunction
red
The engine system has malfunctioned. Have
this checked as soon as possible.
Check engine oil
level
amber
The engine oil level is low. Check the engine oil
level as soon as possible. See Engine oil
check (page 197).
Water detected in
fuel
amber
There is water in the fuel. Have this checked as
soon as possible.
Low washer fluid
level
-
The washer fluid level is low. Check the washer
fluid level. See Washer fluid check (page
199).
Service oil
-
The engine oil needs to be changed. Have the
engine oil changed as soon as possible.
Message
Message
warning lamp
Meaning
Crash mode
-
Have the system checked as soon as possible.
Message
Message
warning lamp
Meaning
Park brake
applied
amber
Release the brake when driving. Failure to do so
will result in the rear brakes overheating.
Park brake
applied
red
Release the brake when driving. Failure to do so
will result in the rear brakes overheating.
Occupant protection
Parking brake
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Information displays
Power steering
Message
Message
warning lamp
Meaning
Power steering
malfunction
amber
The power steering system has malfunctioned.
Have this checked as soon as possible.
Stability control (ESP)
Message
Message
warning lamp
Meaning
ESP off
-
Stability control is off.
ESP malfunction
-
Stability control has malfunctioned. Have this
checked as soon as possible.
Message
Message
warning lamp
Meaning
Transmission
malfunction
red
The transmission has malfunctioned. Have this
checked as soon as possible.
Transmission overtemperatur
amber
The transmission is over heating. Have this
checked as soon as possible.
Transmission
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Message
Message
warning lamp
Meaning
Check ..... tyre!
red
The tyre indicated has continued to deflate.
Check the tyre and inflate it to the recommended pressure. See Technical specifications (page 219).
Check tyre pressures
red
One or more of the tyres are significantly underinflated. This message may be displayed after
a new sensor has been installed. Check the
tyres and inflate them to the recommended
pressure. See Technical specifications
(page 219).
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Information displays
Message
Message
warning lamp
Meaning
Check ..... tyre
amber
The tyre indicated is significantly under-inflated.
Check your tyres and inflate them to the
recommended pressure. See Technical
specifications (page 219).
Tyre monitor
malfunction
amber
You have installed a temporary spare wheel.
Install a correctly inflated full size wheel with a
sensor as soon as possible. When a malfunction
occurs, the system may not be able to detect
or signal low tyre pressure.
Up to three sensors have malfunctioned, an
unapproved accessory is interfering with the
system or a general malfunction has been
detected. Have the system checked as soon
as possible. When a malfunction occurs, the
system may not be able to detect or signal low
tyre pressure.
Inflate tyres for high
speed
amber
The tyre pressures are not suitable for driving
at 160 km/h (100 mph). Inflate the tyres to the
recommended pressure. See Technical
specifications (page 219). This message will
be displayed for only a few seconds with a low
tyre pressure warning.
Tyre sensors not
detected
-
You have installed wheels and tyres that do not
have sensors. The tyre pressures will not be
monitored.
All sensors have malfunctioned or an unapproved accessory is interfering with the system.
Have this checked as soon as possible.
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Information displays
Voice control
Message
Message
warning lamp
Meaning
Voice control
Please speak
-
Voice control is on.
Voice control Not
recognised
-
Check voice control.
Voice control Not
allowed
-
Voice control is not allowed in this mode.
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Climate control
Warming the interior
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
Direct the air towards your feet. In cold or
humid weather conditions, direct some
of the air towards the windscreen and the
door windows.
Outside air
Keep the air intakes forward of the
windscreen free from obstruction (snow,
leaves etc.) to allow the climate control
system to function effectively.
Cooling the interior
Direct the air towards your face.
Recirculated air
AIR VENTS
CAUTION
Prolonged use of recirculated air may
cause the windows to mist up. If the
windows mist up, follow the settings
for defrosting and demisting the
windscreen.
Front air vents
The air currently in the passenger
compartment will be recirculated. Outside
air will not enter the vehicle.
Heating
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Heating performance depends on the
temperature of the engine coolant.
Rear air vents
Air conditioning
B
A
Note: The air conditioning operates only
when the temperature is above 4ºC
(39ºF).
Note: If you use the air conditioning, the
fuel consumption of your vehicle will be
higher.
Air is directed through the evaporator
where it is cooled. Humidity is extracted
from the air to help keep the windows free
of mist. The resulting condensation is
directed to the outside of the vehicle and
it is therefore normal if you see a small
pool of water under your vehicle.
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General information on
controlling the interior climate
Fully close all the windows.
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A
Open
B
Close
Climate control
Blower
MANUAL CLIMATE
CONTROL
Air distribution control
A
A
F
B
E
C
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A
D
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A
Windscreen
B
Footwell and windscreen
C
Footwell
D
Face level and footwell
E
Face level
F
Face level and windscreen
Off
Note: If you switch the blower off, the
windscreen may mist up.
Recirculated air
Press the button to toggle between
outside air and recirculated air.
Heating the interior quickly
You can set the air distribution control to
any position between the symbols.
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Climate control
Ventilation
Cooling the interior quickly
E71378
Set the air distribution control, blower and
air vents to suit your requirements.
E71381
Air conditioning
Defrosting and demisting the
windscreen
Switching the air conditioning on
and off
If you turn the blower off, the air
conditioning will turn off. When you turn
the blower on again, the air conditioning
will come on automatically.
Cooling with outside air
E71382
When the temperature is above 4°C
(39°F), the air conditioning will switch on
automatically. Make sure that the blower
is on. The indicator in the switch will
illuminate during defrosting and demisting.
If you move the air distribution control to
a position other than A, the A/C will
remain on.
You can switch the air conditioning and
recirculated air on and off while the air
distribution control is set to position A.
E71380
If necessary, switch the heated windows
on. See Heated windows and
mirrors (page 106).
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Climate control
Reducing interior air humidity
E71383
AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL
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Note: Avoid adjusting the settings when
the vehicle interior is extremely hot or
cold. The automatic climate control
adjusts to the current circumstances
automatically. For the system to function
properly, the side and centre vents should
be fully open.
The system controls the temperature,
amount and distribution of the air flow
automatically and adjusts them according
to the driving and weather conditions.
Press the AUTO button to switch auto
mode on.
The system in your vehicle is dual-zone
automatic climate control. When the
system is in mono mode, all the
temperature zones are linked to the
driver's zone. When you switch mono
mode off, the dual-zone system allows
you to set different temperatures for the
driver's and front passenger's side.
Note: At low outside temperatures, when
the system is in auto mode, the air stream
will be directed to the windscreen and the
side windows as long as the engine is
cold.
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Climate control
Note: For information on the automatic
climate control, on vehicles fitted with a
combined Navigation and automatic
climate control system, see separate
handbook.
Note: If you set a difference of greater
than 4°C (7ºF), the temperature on the
other side will be adjusted so that the
difference remains at 4°C (7ºF).
Note: If you set one of the sides to HI or
LO, both sides will be set to HI or LO.
Setting the temperature
To switch mono mode back on
Press the MONO button. MONO is
shown in the display, and the passenger’s
side temperature will be adjusted to the
driver’s side temperature.
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You can set the temperature between
16ºC (61ºF) and 28ºC (82ºF) in steps of
0.5ºC (1ºF). In position LO (below 16ºC
[61ºF]) the system will switch to
permanent cooling, in position HI (above
28ºC [82ºF]) to permanent heating, and
will not regulate a stable temperature.
Blower
High speed
Mono mode
Low speed
In mono mode, the temperature settings
for both the driver’s and passenger’s side
are linked. If you adjust the temperature
using the rotary control on the driver’s
side, the same temperature will be set for
the passenger’s side. MONO is shown
in the display.
Use the buttons to adjust the blower
speed.
The blower setting is shown in the display.
To switch mono mode off
Select a temperature for the passenger’s
side using the rotary control on the
passenger’s side. Mono mode will switch
off and MONO disappears from the
display. The temperature for the driver’s
side will remain unchanged. You can now
adjust the driver's and passenger's side
temperatures independently of each
other. The temperatures are shown in the
display. You can set a difference of up to
4ºC (7ºF).
To return to auto mode, press the AUTO
button.
Air distribution
To adjust air distribution, press the desired
button. Any combination of settings can
be selected simultaneously.
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Climate control
Press the button. A/C OFF or A/C ON is
shown in the display.
Recirculated air
A
B
C
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A
Footwell
B
Face level
C
Windscreen
Press the button to change between
automatic mode and recirculated air.
Note: When the system is in auto mode
and the interior and exterior air
temperatures are quite hot, the system
selects recirculated air automatically to
maximise cooling of the interior. Once the
selected temperature is reached, the
system will automatically reselect
automatic mode.
Windscreen defrosting and
demisting
Switching the automatic
climate control on and off
When you select windscreen defrosting
and demisting, A, B and C switch off
automatically and the air conditioning
switches on. Outside air will flow into the
vehicle. You cannot select recirculated
air.
The blower speed and the temperature
control operate automatically and cannot
be adjusted manually. The blower is set
to high speed and the temperature to HI.
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Use the buttons to switch the system on
and off.
When you select windscreen defrosting
and demisting, the heated screens switch
on automatically and switch off after a
short time.
When switched off, the heating, ventilation
and air conditioning system is switched
off and recirculated air is selected.
To return to auto mode, press the AUTO
button.
HEATED WINDOWS AND
MIRRORS
Note: To defrost or demist the rear side
windows, adjust the rear air vents. See
Air vents (page 101).
Heated windows
Switching the air conditioning
on and off
Use the heated windows to defrost or
demist the windscreen or rear window.
Note: The heated windows operate only
when the engine is running.
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Climate control
Note: The parking heater will only
operate if there is at least 7.5 litres (1.6
gallons) of fuel in the fuel tank and the
ambient temperature is below 15°C
(59°F). The heater will not operate if the
battery is low.
Heated windscreen
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Heated rear window
Note: The heating depends on the
outside air temperature.
Note: When the parking heater is
activated, exhaust fumes may come from
under the sides of the vehicle. This is
normal.
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Heated exterior mirrors
Electric exterior mirrors are fitted with a
heating element that will defrost or demist
the mirror glass. They will switch on
automatically when you switch the heated
rear window on.
Note: On vehicles with a manual heating,
ventilation and air conditioning system,
the heating of the vehicle interior is
dependent on the temperature, air
distribution and blower control settings.
To prevent the battery from discharging:
AUXILIARY HEATER
•
Parking heater
WARNING
The parking heater must not be
operated at filling stations, near
sources of combustible vapours or
dust or in enclosed spaces.
•
Programming the parking heater
The parking heater operates
independently of the vehicle heater by
heating the engine’s coolant circuit. It is
fed from the vehicle fuel tank. You can
also use it while the vehicle is in motion to
help the vehicle heater warm up the
interior more quickly.
Note: The programmed time is the time
at which you wish the vehicle to be warm
and ready to drive, not the time at which
the heater switches on.
Note: You must programme the times
at least 70 minutes in advance of the time
you wish to set.
Used properly, the parking heater
provides the following benefits:
•
•
•
Once the parking heater has
performed one heating cycle, the next
programmed heating cycle will only
be carried out if you have started the
vehicle’s engine in between.
After a heating cycle, drive the vehicle
for at least the period of the heating
cycle.
Note: You must set the time and date
correctly. See Clock (page 121).
It preheats the interior of the vehicle.
It keeps the windows clear of ice in
the event of frost and prevents
condensation.
It avoids cold starts and allows the
engine to reach operating
temperature sooner.
To programme the heating times:
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•
•
•
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1.
Press the right arrow button on the
steering wheel to enter the main
menu.
2. Highlight Setup with the up and down
arrow buttons and press the right
arrow button.
3. Highlight Park Heater and press the
right arrow button.
The functions Program 1 and
Program 2 allow you to programme
up to two heating cycles for each day
of the week. These times will remain
stored and the heater will warm up the
vehicle at these times on these days
every week.
The function One-Time allows you
to programme one heating cycle for
one specific day.
The function Active now
automatically switches on the heater.
Programming the functions
Program 1 and Program 2
Program 1
[07:55]
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Park Heater
Program 1
Program 2
One-Time
Active now
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1.
Highlight Program 1 and press the
right arrow button.
2. Highlight the day on which the heater
should warm up the vehicle.
3. Press the OK button to confirm the
selection. A cross appears in the box
next to the day to show that this day
is selected.
4. Continue in the same way to select all
the days on which the heater should
warm up the vehicle.
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Climate control
Active now
5. To set the time at which the vehicle
should be warmed up, highlight the
time at the top of the display and
press the right arrow button.
6. Press the OK button and the hours
flash. Use the up and down arrow
buttons to adjust the individual settings
and the left and right arrow buttons to
move to the next or previous setting.
7. When you have finished, press the OK
button again to confirm the selection.
Highlight Active now and press the OK
button. A cross appears in the box next
to the function to show that the heater is
activated.
To deactivate the heater, highlight Active
now and press the OK button again.
Diesel auxiliary heater
(depending on country)
The diesel auxiliary heater (PTC electrical
heater) aids in warming the engine and
the vehicle interior on vehicles with a
diesel engine. It is switched on or off
automatically depending on the outside
air temperature, the coolant temperature
and the alternator load.
Parkheater
Program 1
Fuel operated heater
(depending on country)
07:55
01:12:2006
The fuel operated heater aids in warming
the engine and the vehicle interior on
vehicles with a petrol or diesel engine. It
is switched on or off automatically
depending on the outside air temperature
and the coolant temperature, unless you
have deactivated it. When the fuel
operated heater is operating, Aux.
Heater on is displayed in the information
display. See Information displays
(page 79).
OK = change
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You can use the function Program 2 to
set a second cycle, for example different
times on different days or twice on the
same day. The programming procedure
is the same as for the function Program
1.
To deactivate the fuel operated heater:
Programming the function
One-Time
1.
Highlight One-Time and press the
right arrow button.
2. Press the OK button and the hours
flash. Use the up and down arrow
buttons to adjust the individual settings
and the left and right arrow buttons to
move to the next or previous setting.
3. When you have finished, press the OK
button again to confirm the selection.
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Climate control
Remote start in combination
with direct start or timer
1.
Press the right arrow button on the
steering wheel to enter the main
menu.
2. Highlight Setup with the up and down
arrow buttons and press the right
arrow button.
3. Highlight Aux. Heater and press the
OK button to toggle the heater on and
off. A cross appears in the box when
the heater is activated.
4. Press the left arrow button to exit the
menu. Hold the left arrow button
pressed to return to the trip computer
display.
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Remote start is integrated with normal
heater control. Parking heaters started
with direct start or timer functions can be
switched off with the remote control
transmitter and vice versa.
Remote starting
The parking heater may be started and
switched off from a distance of up to 500
metres (1640 feet) using the supplied
remote control transmitter. This range will
vary depending upon local conditions and
terrain, as well as battery condition. The
remote control transmitter will indicate
whether or not the signal has been
received. The parking heater will operate
for a maximum of 50 minutes.
Feedback during starting and
switching off
The LED on the transmitter illuminates
green for about two seconds. This
indicates the signal has been received by
the vehicle and the heater has started.
The LED on the transmitter illuminates red
for about two seconds. This indicates the
signal has been received by the vehicle
and the heater has switched off.
Starting
Hold the transmitter with the antenna
upwards and press the ON button for 1 2 seconds. The LED on the transmitter
lights up green to confirm the signal has
been received.
The LED on the transmitter flashes green
or red for about two seconds. This
indicates the signal was not transmitted
correctly. Repeat the transmission.
Switching off
Note: Transmitter range is dependant
upon distance and local conditions such
as buildings, etc.
Hold the transmitter with the antenna
upwards and press the OFF button for 1
- 2 seconds. The LED on the transmitter
lights up red to confirm the signal has
been received.
The LED on the transmitter illuminates
orange for about two seconds before
showing green or red. This indicates the
transmitter batteries are weak and should
be changed.
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Climate control
Programming the transmitter
The LED on the transmitter flashes orange
for about 5 seconds. This indicates that
the signal was not transmitted. The
transmitter batteries are discharged and
should be changed as soon as possible.
Further transmitters may be used with the
remote system, please consult your
dealer. Up to a maximum of 3 separate
remote controls may be added. When
adding extra transmitters these must be
programmed separately.
Changing the remote control
battery
Note: The heater must be switched off
during programming.
Make sure that you dispose of old
batteries in an environmentally friendly
way. Seek advice from your local authority
regarding recycling.
Note: The programming procedure may
be repeated as often as is required. The
oldest programmed transmitter will be
deleted each time.
1
1.
2.
2
3.
4.
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1.
Insert a screwdriver or other suitable
tool into the slot on the back of the
remote control, and unscrew the
compartment cover.
5.
Install the battery in the new
transmitter.
Turn off the power to the receiver by
removing fuse F32 from the engine
compartment fuse box. See Fuse
specification chart (page 176).
Wait for at least 5 seconds.
Reconnect power to the receiver by
replacing the fuse, and press the OFF
button on the new transmitter within
5 seconds until the LED light turns off.
The new transmitter is now
programmed.
CAUTION
ELECTRIC SUNROOF
Do not touch the battery contacts or
the printed circuit board with the
screwdriver.
2. Carefully prise out the battery.
3. Install a new battery (3.3V type
CR1-3N) with the + facing upwards.
4. Re-assemble the remote control.
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Climate control
Opening and closing the
sunroof
WARNING
Before operating the electric
sunroof you should verify it is free of
obstructions and ensure that
children and/or pets are not in the
proximity of the sunroof opening. Failure
to do so could result in serious personal
injury. It is the primary responsibility of the
supervising adults to never leave a child
unattended in a vehicle and to never leave
the keys in an unattended vehicle.
Note: When the switches are operated
often during a short period of time, the
system might become inoperable for a
certain time to prevent damage due to
overheating.
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Note: The electric sunroof can also be
operated with the ignition off via the global
opening and global closing function. See
Global opening and closing (page
38).
B
There are two ways of opening the
sunroof – the rear of the sunroof lifts open
or the sunroof opens from the front,
sliding back under the roof. The sunroof
opens and closes whilst the switch is
pressed.
A
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Switch on the ignition to operate the
electric sunroof.
The power sunroof is operated by a
switch located between the sun visors.
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A
Press to close
B
Press to open
Climate control
Tilting the sunroof
To open or close the sunroof
automatically press either side of the
switch to the second action point and
release it completely. Press again to stop.
When the closed position is reached, the
sunroof stops automatically.
Sunroof anti-trap protection
WARNINGS
The anti-trap function is deactivated
until the memory has been reset.
Careless closing of the window can
cause injuries.
Careless closing of the electric
sunroof can override the anti-trap
protection and cause injuries.
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The sunroof will stop automatically while
closing and reverse some distance if there
is an obstacle in the way.
B
To override anti-trap protection when
there is a resistance, e. g. in the winter,
proceed as follows:
A
WARNING
While the sunroof is being closed for
the third time, the anti-trap function
is disabled. Make sure there are no
obstacles in the way of the closing
sunroof.
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A
Press to open
B
Press to close
Close the sunroof a third time to the
resistance. The anti-trap function is
disabled and the sunroof cannot be
closed automatically. The sunroof will
override the resistance and can then be
closed fully.
Opening and closing the
sunroof automatically
Note: When opening automatically, the
sunroof will stop about 8 cm from the fully
opened position. This position reduces
the buffeting noise which is sometimes
heard when the sunroof is fully open. The
sunroof will only stop automatically in this
position when the sunroof is opened
automatically.
If the sunroof does not close after the
third attempt, have it checked by an
expert.
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Climate control
Sunroof safety mode
WARNING
The anti-trap function is not active
during this procedure. Make sure
that there are no obstacles in the
way of the closing sunroof.
If the system detects a malfunction, it
enters a safety mode. The sunroof will
move for only about 0.5 seconds at a time
and then stop again. Close the sunroof
by pressing the button again when the
sunroof stops moving. When the rear of
the sunroof is lifted, lift the rear all the way
and then close the sunroof. Have the
system checked by an expert
immediately.
Sunroof relearning
WARNING
The anti-trap function is not active
during this procedure. Make sure
that there are no obstacles in the
way of the closing sunroof.
In case the sunroof no longer closes
properly, follow this relearning procedure:
•
•
•
Tilt the rear of the sunroof as far as
possible. Release the button.
Press and hold the same button again
for 30 seconds until you see the
sunroof move.
Release the button and immediately
press and hold it again. The sunroof
will close, open fully and then close
again. Do not release the button
before the sunroof has reached the
closed position for the second time.
If the button is not pressed continuously,
the relearning function will be interrupted.
Start the procedure once more from the
beginning.
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Seats
•
SITTING IN THE CORRECT
POSITION
•
•
hold the steering wheel with your arms
slightly bent.
bend your legs slightly so that you can
press the pedals fully.
position the shoulder strap of the seat
belt over the centre of your shoulder
and position the lap strap tightly
across your hips.
Make sure that your driving position is
comfortable and that you can maintain full
control of your vehicle.
MANUAL SEATS
Moving the seats backwards
and forwards
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WARNINGS
Do not adjust the seats when the
vehicle is moving.
Only when you use the seat belt
properly, can it hold you in a position
that allows the airbag to achieve its
optimum effect.
When you use them properly, the seat,
head restraint, seat belt and airbags will
provide optimum protection in the event
of a collision. We recommend that you:
•
•
•
•
sit in an upright position with the base
of your spine as far back as possible.
do not recline the seatback more than
30 degrees.
adjust the head restraint so that the
top of it is level with the top of your
head and as far forwards as possible,
remaining comfortable.
keep sufficient distance between
yourself and the steering wheel. We
recommend a minimum of 250
millimetres (10 inches) between your
breastbone and the airbag cover.
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WARNING
Rock the seat backwards and
forwards after releasing the lever to
make sure that it is fully engaged in
its catch.
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Seats
Adjusting the lumbar support
Adjusting the angle of the
seatback
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E70731
Adjusting the height of the
driver’s seat
ELECTRIC SEATS
2-way electric seat
1
1
2
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2
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Seats
8-way electric seat
2
2
1
3
1
4
3
4
8
5
7
6
5
8
7
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6
Seats
HEAD RESTRAINTS
REAR SEATS
Adjusting the head restraint
WARNINGS
When folding the seatbacks down,
take care not to get your fingers
caught between the seatback and
seat frame.
WARNINGS
Raise the rear head restraint when
the rear seat is occupied by a
passenger.
Make sure that the seats and the
seatbacks are secure and fully
engaged in their catches.
When using a forward facing child
restraint on a rear seat, always
remove the head restraint from that
seat.
Folding the seatbacks down
CAUTION
Lower the head restraints.
1
1
2
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Adjust the head restraint so that the top
of it is level with the top of your head and
as far forwards as possible, remaining
comfortable.
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1.
Press the unlock buttons down and
hold them there.
2. Push the seatback forwards.
Removing the head restraint
Creating a level load floor
Press the locking buttons and remove the
head restraint.
WARNING
Make sure the red indicator is not
showing when you engage the seat
in the catches.
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Seats
CAUTION
Lower the head restraints.
2
2
1
3
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1.
Insert your fingers between the seat
cushion and seatback and fold the
seat cushion forwards.
2. Press the unlock buttons down and
hold them there.
3. Push the seatback forwards.
Folding the seatbacks up
WARNING
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When folding the seatbacks up,
make sure that the belts are visible
to an occupant and not caught
behind the seat.
Note: The settings are stored when you
switch off the ignition.
VENTILATED SEATS
HEATED SEATS
CAUTION
CAUTION
Operating this function with the
engine off will drain the battery.
Operating this function with the
engine off will drain the battery.
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Seats
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Note: The settings are stored when the
ignition is switched off.
Note: When the seat is being ventilated,
the heater may switch on automatically.
This is to prevent the flow of air becoming
uncomfortably cool.
Note: The air in the vehicle interior is used
to ventilate the seats. The cooling effect
therefore depends on the temperature
of the vehicle interior. Switch on the air
conditioning if necessary and set the air
distribution to footwell. See Climate
control (page 101).
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Convenience features
SUN BLINDS
INSTRUMENT LIGHTING
DIMMER
Pull the blind up and attach it to the hooks
(A).
Side windows
A
A
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CLOCK
Note: Some navigation systems will
automatically set the date and time on the
clock using GPS signals.
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Rear window
A
Note: See General information (page
79).
A
1.
From the main menu, select the clock
function.
2. Select the option required.
3. Press OK.
4. Using the right, left, up and down
arrow buttons, select and change the
value.
5. Press OK.
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CIGAR LIGHTER
CAUTIONS
If you use the socket when the
engine is not running, the battery
may discharge.
Do not hold the cigar lighter element
pressed in.
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Convenience features
Rear ashtray
Note: Switch the ignition on to use the
cigar lighter. You can also use it for up to
30 minutes after you have switched the
ignition off.
Note: You can use the socket to power
12 volt appliances that have a maximum
current rating of 15 Amperes. Use only
Ford accessory connectors or connectors
specified for use with SAE standard
sockets.
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To remove the ashtray, open it, press it
down against the spring and remove it.
AUXILIARY POWER
SOCKETS
E72972
Press the element in to use the cigar
lighter. It will pop out automatically.
CAUTION
If you use the socket when the
engine is not running, the battery
may discharge.
ASHTRAY
Front ashtray
Note: You can use the socket when the
ignition is switched off.
Note: You can use the socket to power
12 volt appliances that have a maximum
current rating of 15 Amperes. Use only
Ford accessory connectors or connectors
specified for use with SAE standard
sockets.
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To empty, pull out the complete ashtray.
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Convenience features
STORAGECOMPARTMENTS
WARNING
Do not drive with any storage
compartment lid open. Make sure
that you secure the lid before
setting off.
CAUTION
Do not keep heat-sensitive items and
liquids in any storage compartment.
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CUP HOLDERS
WARNING
Do not place hot drinks in the cup
holders when the vehicle is moving.
GLOVE BOX
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Cooled glove box
Note: You can cool the glove box using
air from the air conditioning system.
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Convenience features
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A
B
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A
Seat adjustment controls See
Electric seats (page 116).
B
Memory pre-set buttons
MAP POCKETS
Up to four different driver's seat and
exterior mirror positions can be stored in
the memory. Your preferred setting for
the reverse mirror dipping feature can also
be stored. See Electric exterior
mirrors (page 71).
Setting a memory pre-set
Passive setting
The vehicle stores the seating and mirror
positions for up to four remote controls
or passive keys. Next time the vehicle is
unlocked, the position of the seat and
mirrors will adjust to the last used position.
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MEMORY FUNCTION
Each time you turn the ignition off, the
current seat and mirror settings are stored
on the remote control or passive key
used.
WARNINGS
Before activating the seat memory,
make sure that the area immediately
surrounding the seat is clear of
obstructions and that all occupants are
clear of moving parts.
Active setting
1. Turn the ignition on.
2. Adjust the seat and exterior mirrors to
the desired position.
Do not use the memory store
function when the vehicle is moving.
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Convenience features
3. Press and hold the desired pre-set
button B until a single chime sounds
to confirm.
CD CHANGER
This is located in the luggage
compartment.
Recalling a stored seat position
Note: To stop seat movement during a
recall, press any driver seat adjustment
control, any of the memory buttons or any
mirror control switch. Seat movement will
also stop if you move the vehicle.
AUXILIARY INPUT (AUX IN)
SOCKET
Passive recall
Note: If more than one passive key is in
range, the memory function will move to
the settings of the first key stored.
When you unlock the vehicle with the
remote control or pull the driver door
handle with a passive key in range, the
seat and mirrors will move to the position
stored on that remote control or passive
key.
Active recall
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Press the pre-set button associated with
the desired driving position. The seat and
mirrors will move to the position stored
on that pre-set.
See separate audio handbook.
GLASSES HOLDER
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Convenience features
USB PORT
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See Connectivity (page 257).
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Starting the engine
II The ignition is switched on. All electrical
circuits are operational. Warning lamps
and indicators illuminate. This is the key
position when driving. You must also
select it when being towed.
GENERAL INFORMATION
General points on starting
If the battery has been disconnected the
vehicle may exhibit some unusual driving
characteristics for approx. 8 kilometres
(5 miles) after reconnecting the battery.
III The starter motor is activated. Release
the key as soon as the engine starts.
This is because the engine management
system must realign itself with the engine.
Any unusual driving characteristics during
this period may be disregarded.
KEYLESS STARTING
WARNINGS
The keyless starting system may not
function if the key is close to metal
objects or electronic devices such
as mobile phones.
Starting the engine by towing
or pushing
WARNING
Always check that the steering
wheel lock is deactivated before
attempting to move your vehicle.
See Steering wheel lock (page 129).
To prevent damage you must not
push or tow start your vehicle. Use
booster cables and a booster
battery. See Using booster cables
(page 204).
Note: A valid passive key must be
located inside the vehicle to switch the
ignition on and start the engine.
IGNITION SWITCH
Note: To start your engine you must also
fully depress the brake or clutch pedal,
depending on the transmission fitted.
WARNING
Never return the key to position 0
or I when the vehicle is in motion.
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Ignition on
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Press the start button once. All electrical
circuits are operational, warning lamps
and indicators illuminate.
0 The ignition is off.
I The ignition and all main electrical circuits
are disabled.
Note: Do not leave the ignition key in this
position for too long to avoid discharging
the battery.
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Starting the engine
Starting with automatic
transmission
Type 1
Note: Releasing the brake pedal during
engine start will stop the engine cranking
and return to ignition on.
1.
Make sure the transmission is in P or
N.
2. Fully depress the brake pedal.
3. Press the start button.
Starting with manual
transmission
Note: Releasing the clutch pedal during
engine start will stop the engine cranking
and return to ignition on.
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1.
Hold the key next to the steering
column shroud exactly as shown.
2. With the key in this position you can
use the start button to switch the
ignition on and start your vehicle.
1. Fully depress the clutch pedal.
2. Press the start button.
Starting a diesel engine
Note: Engine cranking may not
commence until the engine glow plug
cycle has been completed. This may take
several seconds in extremely cold
conditions.
Type 2
Note: Continue to press the clutch or
brake pedal until engine cranking begins.
Failure to start
The passive starting system will not
function if:
• The passive key frequencies are
jammed.
• The passive key battery is flat.
If you are unable to start your vehicle carry
out the following procedure.
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1.
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Carefully prise out the cover.
Starting the engine
Vehicles with keyless starting
Note: The steering wheel lock will not
activate when the ignition is on or the
vehicle is moving.
Your vehicle has an electronically
controlled steering wheel lock. This
operates automatically.
The steering wheel lock will activate after
a short period of time once you have
parked your vehicle and the passive key
is outside of the vehicle.
Deactivating the steering wheel
lock
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2. Insert the key into the key holder.
3. With the key in this position you can
use the start button to switch the
ignition on and start your vehicle.
Switch the ignition on, or:
Vehicles with automatic transmission
• Press the brake pedal.
Vehicles with manual transmission
• Press the clutch pedal.
Stopping the engine
When your vehicle is stationary, press the
start button to stop the engine. The
ignition, all electrical circuits, warning
lamps and indicators will be switched off.
STARTING A PETROL
ENGINE
Note: You can only operate the starter
for a maximum of 30 seconds at a time.
STEERING WHEEL LOCK
WARNING
Cold or hot engine
Always check that the steering is
unlocked before attempting to
move your vehicle.
All vehicles
CAUTION
When the temperature is below
-20ºC (-4ºF), switch the ignition on
for at least one second before
starting the engine. This will make sure
that the maximum fuel pressure is
established for starting the engine.
Vehicles without keyless
starting
To activate the steering wheel lock;
1.
Remove the key from the ignition
switch.
2. Turn the steering wheel.
Vehicles with manual transmission
Note: Do not touch the accelerator
pedal.
1.
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Fully depress the clutch pedal.
Starting the engine
2. Start the engine.
Engine idle speed after starting
Vehicles with automatic
transmission
The speed at which the engine idles
immediately after starting will vary
depending on the engine temperature.
Note: Do not touch the accelerator
pedal.
If the engine is cold then the idle speed
will automatically be increased in order to
heat the catalytic converter as quickly as
possible. This ensures that vehicle
emissions are kept to an absolute
minimum.
1. Select park or neutral.
2. Fully depress the brake pedal.
3. Start the engine.
All vehicles
The idle speed will slowly decrease to the
normal level as the catalytic converter
warms up.
If the engine does not start within 15
seconds, wait for a short period and try
again.
STARTING A PETROL
ENGINE - E85
If the engine does not start after three
attempts, wait 10 seconds and follow the
Flooded engine procedure.
For general information on starting a
petrol engine. See Starting a petrol
engine (page 129).
If you have difficulty starting the engine
when the temperature is below -25ºC
(-13ºF), press the accelerator pedal
between ¼ to ½ of its travel and try again.
Starting at low ambient
temperatures
Flooded engine
When the temperature is lower than -10°C
(14°F) and the vehicle is filled with E85, an
engine block heater should be used to
facilitate starting. See Engine heater
(page 132). Failure to do this will result in a
non start.
Vehicles with manual transmission
1. Fully depress the clutch pedal.
2. Fully depress the accelerator pedal
and hold it there.
3. Start the engine.
If the temperature is expected to remain
below -10°C (14°F), it is recommended
that you increase the proportion of petrol
in the tank by topping up with 95 octane
unleaded petrol if the tank is not already
full. About 10 litres (2.2 gallons) of petrol
will reduce the proportion of E85 in a ¾
full tank from 85% to 70% and will
considerably improve cold start capability.
Vehicles with automatic
transmission
1. Select park or neutral.
2. Fully depress the accelerator pedal
and hold it there.
3. Fully depress the brake pedal.
4. Start the engine.
If, at very low temperatures, the tank is
filled with only E85 and there is no way to
use an engine block heater, you may
experience difficulties starting the engine.
All vehicles
If the engine does not start, repeat the
Cold or hot engine procedure.
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Starting the engine
If the engine fails to start, proceed as
follows:
Switch the ignition on and wait
until the glow plug indicator
goes off.
1. Fully depress the accelerator pedal.
2. Turn the ignition key to position III.
Vehicles with manual transmission
CAUTION
Note: Do not touch the accelerator
pedal.
Release the ignition key as soon as
the engine has started.
1. Fully depress the clutch pedal.
2. Start the engine.
3. Gradually release the accelerator
pedal after 5 seconds of engine
cranking or as the engine speed rises.
Vehicles with automatic
transmission
If the engine fails to start, repeat steps 1,
2 and 3, or connect an engine block
heater for two hours before attempting
another start.
1. Select park or neutral.
2. Fully depress the brake pedal.
3. Start the engine.
During starting, the fuel injectors are
turned off as long as the accelerator pedal
is depressed. This can be used to drain
excessive fuel from the intake manifold
after several unsuccessful starting
attempts.
DIESEL PARTICULATE
FILTER (DPF)
The DPF forms part of the emissions
reduction systems fitted to your vehicle.
It filters harmful diesel particulates (soot)
from the exhaust gas.
If the battery has been disconnected or
after the fuel type has been changed, the
idle speed may be irregular. This will
improve after 10 to 30 seconds.
Regeneration
WARNING
STARTING A DIESEL ENGINE
Do not park or idle your vehicle over
dry leaves, dry grass or other
combustible materials. The DPF
regeneration process creates very high
exhaust gas temperatures and the
exhaust will radiate a considerable
amount of heat during and after DPF
regeneration, and after you have switched
the engine off. This is a potential fire
hazard.
Cold or hot engine
All vehicles
Note: When the temperature is below
-15ºC (5ºF), you may need to crank the
engine for up to 25 seconds. If you
consistently operate the vehicle in such
temperatures, we recommend that you
have an engine block heater fitted.
Note: Continue cranking the engine until
it starts.
Note: You can only operate the starter
for a maximum of 30 seconds at a time.
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Starting the engine
Unlike a normal filter which requires
periodic replacement, the DPF has been
designed to regenerate, or clean itself to
maintain operating efficiency. The
regeneration process takes place
automatically. However, some driving
conditions mean that you may need to
support the regeneration process.
ENGINE HEATER
If you drive only short distances or your
journeys contain frequent stopping and
starting, occasional trips with the following
conditions could assist the regeneration
process:
Note: The engine heater connector is
located in the radiator grille at the front of
your vehicle.
•
•
•
CAUTION
Make sure you disconnect the power
cable from the engine heater
connector before driving away.
Drive your vehicle, preferably on a
main road or motorway, for up to 20
minutes avoiding prolonged idling, but
always observing speed limits and
road conditions.
Do not switch off the ignition.
Use a lower gear than normal to
maintain a higher engine speed during
this journey, where appropriate.
SWITCHING OFF THE
ENGINE
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Connect the engine heater for 2 to 3
hours before starting the engine.
Vehicles with a turbocharger
CAUTION
Do not switch the engine off when it
is running at high speed. If you do,
the turbocharger will continue
running after the engine oil pressure has
dropped to zero. This will lead to
premature turbocharger bearing wear.
Release the accelerator pedal. Wait until
the engine has reached idle speed and
then switch it off.
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Fuel and refuelling
Note: Your vehicle will operate well on
commercial quality 95 octane unleaded
petrol, but only high quality E85 offers the
same protection and performance.
FUEL QUALITY - PETROL
Note: We recommend that you use only
high quality fuel without additives or other
engine treatments.
Use minimum 95 octane unleaded
petrol that meets the specification defined
by EN 228, or equivalent. You can also
use a mixture of unleaded petrol and E85.
CAUTION
Do not use leaded petrol or petrol
with additives containing other
metallic compounds (e.g.
manganese-based). They could damage
the emission system.
Long-term storage
Due to small amounts of corrosive
impurities that may be found in the E85,
it is recommended that you fill the tank
with only 95 octane unleaded petrol prior
to long-term storage of your vehicle.
Use minimum 95 octane unleaded
petrol that meets the specification defined
by EN 228, or equivalent.
FUEL QUALITY - DIESEL
FUEL QUALITY - E85
WARNING
WARNINGS
Do not modify the fuel system
configuration or the components in
the system.
Do not mix diesel with oil, petrol or
other liquids. This could cause a
chemical reaction.
Do not replace the fuel system or
the components with parts not
specially designed to be used with
CAUTION
Do not add kerosene, paraffin or
petrol to diesel. This could cause
damage to the fuel system.
E85.
CAUTIONS
Do not use leaded petrol or petrol
with additives containing other
metallic compounds (e.g.
manganese-based). They could damage
the emission system.
Note: We recommend that you use only
high quality fuel without additives or other
engine treatments.
Note: We do not recommend the
prolonged use of additives intended to
prevent fuel waxing.
Do not use methanol instead of E85.
Use diesel that meets the specification
defined by EN 590, or equivalent.
Note: We recommend that you use only
high quality fuel without additives or other
engine treatments.
You can use diesel that contains up to 5%
RME (bio diesel).
Note: When using E85, you may
experience a higher fuel consumption.
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Long-term storage
WARNINGS
Do not use any kind of flames or
heat near the fuel system. The fuel
system is under pressure. There is
a risk of injury if the fuel system is leaking.
Most diesel fuels contain bio-diesel, it is
recommended to fill the tank with purely
mineral diesel (where available) or add an
anti-oxidant prior to long-term storage of
your vehicle exceeding two months. Your
dealer can help you with a suitable
anti-oxidant.
CAUTION
If you use a high pressure spray to
wash your vehicle, only spray the fuel
filler flap briefly from a distance not
less than 20 centimetres (8 inches).
CATALYTIC CONVERTER
WARNING
Note: Central locking also locks and
unlocks the fuel filler flap. See Locking
and unlocking (page 36).
Do not park or idle your vehicle over
dry leaves, dry grass or other
combustible materials. The exhaust
will radiate a considerable amount of heat
during use, and after you have switched
the engine off. This is a potential fire
hazard.
Driving with a catalytic
converter
CAUTIONS
Avoid running out of fuel.
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Do not crank the engine for long
periods.
Press the flap to open it. Open the flap
fully until it engages.
Do not run the engine when a spark
plug lead is disconnected.
When you insert the fuel nozzle, a spring
loaded inhibitor will open if the correct size
nozzle is detected. This will prevent filling
up with the wrong fuel.
Do not push-start or tow-start your
vehicle. Use booster cables. See
Using booster cables (page 204).
WARNING
Do not switch the ignition off when
driving.
Stop refuelling after the fuel nozzle
stops the second time. Additional
fuel will fill the expansion space in
the fuel tank which could lead to fuel
overflowing. Fuel spillage could be
hazardous to other road users.
FUEL FILLER FLAP
WARNINGS
Take care when refuelling to avoid
spilling any residual fuel from the fuel
nozzle.
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REFUELLING
CAUTION
Do not attempt to start the engine if
you have filled the fuel tank with the
incorrect fuel. This could damage the
engine. Have the system checked by a
properly trained technician immediately.
REFUELLING - E85
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Insert the fuel nozzle up to and including
the first notch on the nozzle. Keep it
resting on the cover of the fuel pipe
opening.
CAUTION
Do not attempt to start the engine if
you have filled the fuel tank with the
incorrect fuel. This could damage the
engine. Have the system checked by a
properly trained technician immediately.
WARNING
We recommend that you wait at
least 10 seconds before removing
the fuel nozzle to allow any residual
fuel to drain into the fuel tank.
After refuelling, allow 5 minutes of normal
engine operation above 48 km/h (30
mph) to reduce the risk of an increased
engine restart time.
FUEL CONSUMPTION
The CO2 and fuel consumption figures
are derived from laboratory tests
according to EEC Directive 80/1268/EEC
and subsequent amendments and are
carried out by all vehicle manufacturers.
They are intended as a comparison
between makes and models of vehicles.
They are not intended to represent the
real world fuel consumption you may get
from your vehicle. Real world fuel
consumption is governed by many factors
including; driving style, high speed driving,
stop/start driving, air conditioning usage,
the accessories fitted and towing etc.
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Slightly raise the fuel nozzle to remove it.
Vehicles with diesel engine
A funnel is located in the spare wheel well.
Use this when refilling with a fuel can.
Your Ford dealer can give you advice on
improving your fuel consumption.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
4-door and 5-door
Fuel consumption figures
Urban
Extra-urban
Combined
CO2 emissions
l/100 km
(mpg)
l/100 km
(mpg)
l/100 km
(mpg)
g/km
10 (28.2)
5.6 (50.4)
7.2 (39.2)
170
2.0L Duratec-HE Stage IV
(145 PS)
11.2 (25.2)
6 (47.1)
7.9 (35.8)
189
2.0L Duratec-HE Stage V
(145 PS)
11.2 (25.2)
6 (47.1)
7.9 (35.8)
184
2.3L Duratec-HE (161 PS)
13.8 (20.5)
6.7 (42.2)
9.3 (30.4)
223
2.5L Duratec-ST (220 PS)
13.6 (20.8)
6.8 (41.5)
9.3 (30.4)
222
1.8L Duratorq-TDCi (100 PS)
7.3 (38.7)
4.6 (61.4)
5.6 (50.4)
149
1.8L Duratorq-TDCi (125 PS)
ECONETIC
6.8 (41.5)
4.4 (64.2)
5.3 (53.3)
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1.8L Duratorq-TDCi (125 PS)
7.5 (37.7)
4.8 (58.9)
5.8 (48.7)
154
2.0L Duratorq-TDCi, 6speed manual transmission
7.6 (37.2)
4.9 (57.6)
5.9 (47.9)
156
2.0L Duratorq-TDCi (115
PS), 6-speed manual transmission ECONETIC
6.6 (42.8)
4.4 (64.2)
5.2 (54.3)
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2.0L Duratorq-TDCi (136
PS), 6-speed automatic
transmission
9.7 (29.1)
5.5 (51.4)
7.1 (39.8)
187
2.2L Duratorq-TDCi (175
PS), 6-speed manual transmission
8.4(33.6)
4.9 (57.6)
6.2 (45.6)
165
Variant
1.6L Duratec-Ti-VCT
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Fuel and refuelling
Estate
Fuel consumption figures
Urban
Extra-urban
Combined
CO2 emissions
l/100 km
(mpg)
l/100 km
(mpg)
l/100 km
(mpg)
g/km
10 (28.2)
5.6 (50.4)
7.2 (39.2)
170
2.0L Duratec-HE Stage IV
(145 PS)
11.2 (25.2)
6 (47.1)
7.9 (35.8)
189
2.0L Duratec-HE Stage V
(145 PS)
11.2 (25.2)
6 (47.1)
7.9 (35.8)
184
2.3L Duratec-HE (161 PS),
6-speed automatic transmission
13.8 (20.5)
6.7 (42.2)
9.3 (30.4)
223
2.5L Duratec-ST (220 PS)
13.6 (20.8)
6.8 (41.5)
9.3 (30.4)
222
1.8L Duratorq-TDCi
7.4 (38.2)
4.7 (60.1)
5.7 (49.6)
151
1.8L Duratorq-TDCi (125 PS)
ECONETIC
6.9 (40.9)
4.5 (57.6)
5.4 (47.9)
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1.8L Duratorq-TDCi (125 PS)
7.6 (37.2)
4.9 (62.8)
5.9 (52.3)
156
Variant
1.6L Duratec-Ti-VCT
2.0L Duratorq-TDCi
7.6 (37.2)
4.9 (57.6)
5.9 (47.9)
156
2.0L Duratorq-TDCi (115
PS), 6-speed manual transmission ECONETIC
6.6 (42.8)
4.4 (64.2)
5.2 (54.3)
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2.0L Duratorq-TDCi (136
PS), 6-speed automatic
transmission
9.7 (29.1)
5.5 (51.4)
7.1 (39.8)
187
2.2L Duratorq-TDCi, 6speed manual transmission
8.4(33.6)
4.9 (57.6)
6.2 (45.6)
165
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Transmission
MANUAL TRANSMISSION
AUTOMATICTRANSMISSION
All vehicles
Selector lever positions
CAUTIONS
Do not engage reverse gear when
the vehicle is moving. This can cause
damage to the transmission.
Do not apply any undue lateral force
to the gear lever when changing from
5th to 4th gear. This could lead to the
inadvertent selection of 2nd gear and can
cause damage to the transmission.
S
Selecting reverse gear
On some vehicles it is necessary to raise
the collar whilst selecting reverse gear.
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P
Park
R
Reverse
N
Neutral
D
Drive
S
Sport mode and manual shifting
WARNING
Apply the brakes before moving the
selector lever and keep them
applied until you are ready to move
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off.
Note: A cold engine has a higher idle
speed. This will increase the tendency for
your vehicle to creep when you have
selected a drive gear.
Press the button on the selector lever to
select reverse and park.
The selector lever position will be shown
in the information display.
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Transmission
Park
Sport mode and manual shifting
WARNINGS
Select park only when your vehicle
is stationary.
1
Apply the parking brake and
select park before leaving
your vehicle. Make sure that the
selector lever is latched in position.
S
Note: An audible warning will sound if you
open the driver's door and you have not
selected park.
2
In this position, power is not transmitted
to the drive wheels and the transmission
is locked. You can start the engine with
the selector lever in this position.
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S
Note: A shift will occur only when the
vehicle speed and the engine speed are
appropriate.
Reverse
WARNING
Note: When you select position S, a gear
change may occur depending on the
accelerator pedal position in relation to
actual vehicle speed.
Select reverse only when your
vehicle is stationary and the engine
is at idle speed.
Activate sport mode by moving the
selector lever to position S. Sport mode
will remain active until you shift manually
up or down the gears.
Neutral
In this position, power is not transmitted
to the drive wheels but the transmission
is not locked. You can start the engine
with the selector lever in this position.
Select manual shifting to shift manually
through the forward gears. Push the
selector lever forwards to shift down and
pull it backwards to shift up.
Drive
Drive modes
Select drive to shift automatically through
the forward gears.
The transmission will select the
appropriate gear for optimum
performance based on ambient
temperature, road gradient, vehicle load
and driver input.
Hints on driving with an
automatic transmission
Moving off
1.
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Release the parking brake.
Transmission
2. Release the brake pedal and press
the accelerator pedal.
Stopping
1.
Release the accelerator pedal and
press the brake pedal.
2. Apply the parking brake.
Kickdown
Press the accelerator pedal fully with the
selector lever in the drive position to select
the next lowest gear for optimum
performance. Release the accelerator
pedal when you no longer require
kickdown.
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Note: The lever is yellow.
Emergency park position
release lever
1.
Use the lever to move the selector lever
from the park position in the event of an
electrical malfunction or if your vehicle has
a flat battery.
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1.
Remove the centre console side
panel.
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Insert a flat-bladed screwdriver into
the slot and turn the screwdriver
clockwise 90 degrees.
Brakes
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
PARKING BRAKE
Disc brakes
Applying the parking brake
Wet brake discs result in reduced braking
efficiency. Dab the brake pedal when
driving from a car wash to remove the film
of water.
ABS
WARNING
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The ABS does not relieve you of
your responsibility to drive with due
care and attention.
WARNING
Make sure that the parking brake is
applied before you release the lever.
The ABS helps you to maintain full steering
and directional stability when you brake
heavily in an emergency, by preventing
the road wheels from locking.
Note: Do not press the release button
when you apply the parking brake.
HINTS ON DRIVING WITH
ABS
1. Press the brake pedal firmly.
2. Pull the parking brake lever upwards
to its fullest extent.
Parking on a hill
When the ABS is operating, the brake
pedal will pulse. This is normal. Maintain
pressure on the brake pedal.
If you have to park facing uphill, select first
gear and turn the front wheels away from
the kerb. If you have to park facing
downhill, select reverse gear and turn the
front wheels towards the kerb.
The ABS will not eliminate the dangers
inherent when:
• you drive too close to the vehicle in
front of you.
• the vehicle is aquaplaning.
• you take corners too fast.
• the road surface is poor.
Releasing the parking brake
1. Press the brake pedal firmly.
2. Pull the parking brake lever upwards
slightly, press the release button and
push the lever downwards.
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Stability control
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
Stability control (ESP) warning lamp
Electronic stability programme
(ESP)
The ESP warning lamp will flash when the
system is operating. See Warning
lamps and indicators (page 76).
WARNING
Emergency brake assist
ESP does not relieve you of your
responsibility to drive with due care
and attention.
WARNING
Emergency brake assist does not
relieve you of your responsibility to
drive with due care and attention.
Emergency brake assist will detect when
you brake heavily by measuring the rate
at which you press the brake pedal. It will
provide maximum braking efficiency as
long as you press the pedal. Emergency
brake assist can reduce stopping
distances in critical situations.
B
B
USING STABILITY CONTROL
B
A
A
B
A
Press and hold the switch for one second.
The switch will illuminate. A message will
be shown in the display. See
Information messages (page 92).
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A
without ESP
B
with ESP
Press the switch again to turn the system
on. The system will be switched on
automatically every time you switch the
ignition on.
The ESP supports stability when the
vehicle starts to slide away from your
intended path. This is performed by
braking individual wheels and reducing
engine torque as needed.
The system also provides an enhanced
traction control function by reducing
engine torque if the wheels spin when you
accelerate. This improves your ability to
pull away on slippery roads or loose
surfaces, and improves comfort by limiting
wheel spin in hairpin bends.
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Hill start assist
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
The system makes it easier to pull away
when the vehicle is on a slope without the
need to use the parking brake.
When the system is active, the vehicle will
remain stationary on the slope for two to
three seconds after you release the brake
pedal. During this time, you have time to
move your foot from the brake to the
accelerator pedal and pull away. The
brakes are released automatically once
the engine has developed sufficient drive
to prevent the vehicle from rolling down
the slope. This is an advantage when
pulling away on a slope, for example from
a car park ramp, traffic lights or when
reversing uphill into a parking space.
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Hill Launch
Off
Auto
Manual
WARNING
The system does not replace the
parking brake. When you leave the
vehicle, always apply the parking
brake and select first or reverse gear.
USING HILL START ASSIST
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The system can operate in either
automatic or manual mode. If you select
automatic mode, the system is activated
automatically when the vehicle is on a
slope and you press the brake pedal. If
you select manual mode, you must
activate the system using the brake pedal.
1.
Press the right arrow button on the
steering wheel to enter the main
menu.
2. Highlight Setup with the up and down
buttons and press the right arrow
button.
3. Highlight Hill Launch and press the
right arrow button.
4. Highlight the desired setting and press
the OK button to confirm the setting.
If Off is selected, the system is
switched off and cannot be activated
either automatically or manually.
5. Press the left arrow button to exit the
menu. To return to the trip computer
display directly, hold the left arrow
button pressed.
To set the system mode:
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Hill start assist
Note: When the system is in manual
activation mode, only use the system
when pulling away uphill on gradients
greater than 3%. If the vehicle is on the
flat or on a downhill slope, an active
system will make it difficult to pull away
smoothly.
2. If the sensors detect that the vehicle
is on a slope and the right driving
direction is selected (first gear if the
vehicle is pointing uphill, reverse gear
if the vehicle is pointing downhill), the
system will be activated automatically.
Hill Launch Assist active will
appear in the display.
3. When you remove your foot from the
brake pedal, the vehicle will remain on
the slope without rolling away for
approximately two to three seconds.
4. Pull away using the accelerator and
clutch pedal. The brakes will be
released automatically.
Activating the system
WARNINGS
You must remain in the vehicle once
you have activated the system. Any
attempt to leave the vehicle will
deactivate the system automatically.
The system is active only if the
message Hill Launch Assist
active is displayed in the
information display. During all times you
are responsible for controlling the vehicle,
supervising the system and intervening,
if required.
To activate the system in manual mode:
1.
Press the brake pedal to bring the
vehicle to a complete standstill. Keep
the brake pedal depressed.
2. Quickly jab the brake pedal further until
Hill Launch Assist active appears
in the display. The system is now
active.
3. When you remove your foot from the
brake pedal, the vehicle will remain on
the slope without rolling away for
approximately two to three seconds.
4. Pull away using the accelerator and
clutch pedal. The brakes will be
released automatically.
You can activate the system only if the
following conditions have been met:
•
•
•
•
•
•
The engine is running.
The system is switched on (automatic
or manual mode).
The parking brake is fully disengaged.
On vehicles with manual transmission,
the clutch pedal is pressed.
On vehicles with automatic
transmission, the driver door is closed.
No failure mode is present.
To activate the system in automatic
mode:
1.
Press the brake pedal to bring the
vehicle to a complete standstill. Keep
the brake pedal depressed.
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Hill start assist
WARNING
When the system is active and the
system detects a failure, the system
is deactivated and the message
Please use park brake! followed by
Hill Launch A .not available will be
displayed. The vehicle is still safe to be
driven and can be repaired during the
next service. The message Hill Launch
A. not available will also be displayed
with manual activation during a failure or
if one of the activation criteria is not met.
If you have switched the system off, no
messages will be displayed.
Deactivating the system
To deactivate the system, perform one
of the following:
•
•
•
•
Apply the parking brake.
Wait for two to three seconds until the
system deactivates automatically.
If a forward gear was selected when
the system became active, select
reverse gear.
If reverse gear was selected when the
system became active, select a
forward gear.
Hill Launch Assist off will appear in the
instrument cluster display.
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Active suspension
System malfunction
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
The active suspension system will switch
off automatically if it malfunctions. The
suspension will be set to a fail-safe
condition that will enable you to continue
driving but you will not be able to change
the suspension setting. Have this checked
as soon as possible.
The active suspension provides improved
handling, comfort and stability by
continuously adjusting the damper
properties to the current road and driving
conditions. This system in conjunction with
the ABS system offers the benefit of
potentially shorter stopping distances on
rough road surfaces.
Depending on your preferences and
driving style, you can choose between
three different settings:
Comfort
This provides a softer driving feel.
Normal
Normal setting.
Sport
This provides a harder, sportier ride.
USING ACTIVE SUSPENSION
Selecting a setting
Note: After you select a setting, you may
not immediately notice a difference in the
vehicle's handling. The effect of the
continuously controlled damping depends
on the road surface and driving
conditions.
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You can change the setting while driving.
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Parking aid
Note: The parking aid may emit false
tones if it detects a signal using the same
frequency as the sensors or if the vehicle
is fully laden.
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
WARNING
The parking aid does not relieve you
of your responsibility to drive with
due care and attention.
Note: The outer sensors may detect the
side walls of a garage. If the distance
between the outer sensor and the side
wall remains constant for three seconds,
the tone will switch off. As you continue,
the inner sensors will detect rearward
objects.
CAUTIONS
Vehicles fitted with a trailer tow
module not approved by us may not
correctly detect obstacles.
USING THE PARKING AID
The sensors may not detect objects
in heavy rain or other conditions that
cause disruptive reflections.
Switching the parking aid on
and off
The sensors may not detect objects
with surfaces that absorb ultrasonic
waves.
Note: The parking aid switches off
automatically when you start the engine
or when you exceed 16 km/h (10 mph).
The parking aid does not detect
obstacles moving away from the
vehicle. They will only be detected
shortly after they start to move towards
the vehicle again.
Note: The front and rear sensors are
always activated or deactivated together.
The parking aid is per default off. To
switch the parking aid on, press the switch
in the instrument panel or select reverse
gear.
Take particular care when reversing
with a tow ball arm or rear fitted
accessories e.g. a bicycle carrier, as
the rear parking aid will only indicate the
distance from the bumper to the obstacle.
The light in the switch illuminates when
the parking aid is activated.
To turn it off, press the switch again.
If you use a high pressure spray to
wash your vehicle, only spray the
sensors briefly from a distance not
less than 20 centimetres (8 inches).
Manoeuvring with the parking
aid
Note: On vehicles fitted with a tow ball
arm, the parking aid is deactivated
automatically when any trailer lamps (or
lighting boards) are connected to the
13-pin socket via a trailer tow module we
have approved.
Note: Keep the sensors free from dirt,
ice and snow. Do not clean with sharp
objects.
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Note: If a high pitch warning tone sounds
for three seconds and the light in the
switch is flashing, it indicates a
malfunction. The system will be disabled.
Have the system checked by properly
trained technicians.
You will hear an intermittent tone at a
distance of up to approximately 150
centimetres (59 inches) between the
obstacle and rear bumper, 80 centimetres
(31 inches) between the obstacle and
front bumper and 50 centimetres (20
inches) to the side. Decreasing the
distance accelerates the intermittent tone.
A continuous tone will start at a distance
of less than 30 centimetres (12 inches).
You will hear an alternating tone from the
front and rear if obstacles are closer than
30 centimetres (12 inches) to the front
and rear bumpers.
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Cruise control
Press the SET+ switch or the SETswitch to store and maintain your current
speed. The cruise control indicator
illuminates.
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
Cruise control allows you to control your
speed using the switches on the steering
wheel. You can use cruise control when
you exceed 30 km/h (20 mph).
Changing the set speed
WARNING
USING CRUISE CONTROL
When you are going downhill, your
speed may increase above the set
speed. The system will not apply the
brakes. Change down a gear and press
the RES switch to assist the system in
maintaining the set speed.
WARNING
Do not use cruise control in heavy
traffic, on twisty roads or when the
road surface is slippery.
Note: If you accelerate by pressing the
accelerator pedal, the set speed will not
change. When you release the
accelerator pedal, you will return to the
speed that you previously set.
Switching cruise control on
Press the SET+ switch or the SETswitch to accelerate or decelerate.
Cancelling the set speed
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Setting a speed
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Press the brake pedal or the CAN switch.
The system will no longer control your
speed. The cruise control indicator will go
off but the system will retain the speed
that you previously set.
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Resuming the set speed
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Press the RES switch. The cruise control
indicator illuminates and the system will
attempt to resume the speed that you
previously set.
Switching cruise control off
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Press the OFF switch. The system will not
retain the speed that you previously set.
The cruise control indicator will go off.
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Adaptive cruise control (ACC)
The radar sensor is mounted behind the
front grille, immediately to the right of the
Ford badge (when viewed from the front
of the vehicle).
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
The adaptive cruise control system is
designed to help you maintain a gap from
the vehicle ahead or a set road speed if
there is no slower vehicle ahead. The
system is intended to provide enhanced
operation of the vehicle when following
other vehicles which are in the same lane
and travelling in the same direction.
When using ACC, follow the strict
guidelines below:
•
WARNINGS
Adaptive cruise control is not a
collision warning or avoidance
system. The separate forward alert
function provides a collision warning and
mitigation feature. See Forward alert
function (page 155). You must intervene
if the system does not detect a vehicle in
front.
•
•
•
•
Adaptive cruise control cannot
cover all traffic, weather and road
conditions.
•
When driving you are responsible
for maintaining the correct distance
and speed, even when adaptive
cruise control is used. You must always
pay attention to the traffic conditions and
intervene when adaptive cruise control is
not maintaining a suitable speed or
suitable distance.
Only use adaptive cruise control when
conditions are favourable, for example
on motorways and main roads with
steady free flowing traffic.
Do not use in poor visibility, specifically
fog, heavy rain, spray or snow.
Do not use on icy or slippery roads.
It is your responsibility to stay alert,
drive safely and be in control of the
vehicle at all times.
Keep the front of the vehicle free from
dirt, metal badges or objects, including
vehicle front protectors and additional
lights which may prevent the sensor
from operating.
Do not use ACC when entering or
leaving a motorway.
The radar sensor has a limited field of
vision. In some situations it may detect a
vehicle other than the one expected or
not detect any vehicle at all.
The adaptive cruise control does
not brake for slow or stationary
vehicles.
When ACC is activated, you may
hear some unusual sounds during
automatic braking. This is normal
and caused by the automatic braking
system.
The adaptive cruise control system is
based on the use of a radar sensor which
projects a beam directly forward of the
vehicle. This beam will detect any vehicle
ahead within the system's range.
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Adaptive cruise control (ACC)
Detection beam issues
WARNING
In these cases ACC may brake late
or unexpectedly. The driver should
stay alert and intervene if necessary.
Automatic braking with ACC
Adaptive cruise control will automatically
brake for you, if required to maintain the
set gap between your vehicle and the one
detected in front. This braking capacity is
limited to approximately 30% of the total
manual braking capacity to ensure
smooth and comfortable cruising. If the
car needs to brake more heavily than this,
and you do not intervene by braking
manually, an alarm will sound and a
warning symbol will be displayed in the
cluster.
WARNING
You must take immediate action
once alerted, as the ACC braking
will not be sufficient to keep a safe
distance to the vehicle in front.
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USING ACC
Detection issues can occur:
•
•
•
The system is operated by adjustment
controls mounted on the steering wheel.
The system is deactivated when the
brakes or clutch are used, the gear
selector is moved to a neutral position or
if the accelerator pedal is depressed for
a longer period. The system will change
to standby mode, allowing you full manual
control of the vehicle.
When driving on a different line to the
vehicle in front (A).
With vehicles that edge into your lane
that can only be detected once they
have moved fully into your lane (B).
Motorcycles may be detected late, or
not at all.
There may be issues with the
detection of vehicles in front when
going into and coming out of a bend
(C). The detection beam will not follow
sharp curves in the road.
Note: If the accelerator is depressed for
a short period, for example when
overtaking, the system is temporarily
deactivated and then reactivated when
the accelerator pedal is released. ACC
override is displayed in the information
display.
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Adaptive cruise control (ACC)
Press the SET+ switch or the SETswitch to select your desired cruise
speed. The speed is displayed in the
information display and stored as the set
speed. The ACC indicator illuminates.
A
E
B
D
Note: Vehicle speed may be increased
and decreased at intervals of 5 km/h or
5 mph. Smaller increases of 1 km/h or 1
mph may be set by pressing the RES
switch.
C
Changing the set speed
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A
ACC on/off
B
ACC cancel
C
Forward alert on/off
D
ACC gap increase
E
ACC gap decrease
Press the SET+ switch or the SETswitch to accelerate or decelerate.
Note: If the system does not react to
these changes the reason may be that
the gap interval to the vehicle in front
prevents an increase in speed.
Setting the vehicle gap
Switching ACC on
Press switch A. The system is set to
standby mode and Standby is displayed
in the information display.
Setting a speed
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The distance between you and the vehicle
detected in front is maintained by a
variable setting. There are five steps which
are represented by horizontal bars
displayed in the information display. One
bar denotes the smallest gap and five
bars indicate the largest gap. These bars
are shown empty when in standby mode
and filled when in active mode.
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Note: The system must be in Standby
mode.
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Adaptive cruise control (ACC)
If no vehicle is detected in front, then only
your vehicle is displayed in the information
display below the bars. The system will
maintain the set speed when conditions
permit. The set gap is maintained and
displayed.
CAUTION
Use the appropriate gap setting in
accordance with local traffic
regulations.
Cancelling ACC
If a vehicle is detected by the sensor, the
display will show another vehicle above
the horizontal bars:
Press either the brake or clutch pedal, or
switch B. The system will return to
standby mode but will retain the set
speed and gap in the memory. The ACC
indicator will go off.
Resuming ACC
Press the RES switch. The ACC indicator
illuminates and the system will resume
with the previously set speed and vehicle
gap setting if conditions permit.
Switching ACC off
Press switch A.
Note: Pressing switch A does not return
the system to standby mode. The stored
speed is not retained.
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This is a follow mode, and the system will
accelerate or decelerate as necessary to
maintain the set gap.
Note: To temporarily deactivate the
system press switch B.
Press switch E to decrease the gap or
switch D to increase the gap. The gap
selected will be represented by the
number of bars in the display. The
recommended gap setting is three to five
bars.
Automatic deactivation
The system is dependent on various other
safety systems, for example ABS and
ESP. If any of these systems are
malfunctioning or reacting to an
emergency, the system is automatically
deactivated.
Note: The gap setting is time dependant
and therefore the distance will
automatically adjust with your speed. For
example on a gap setting of three bars,
the time gap is 1.8 seconds. This will mean
that at a speed of 100 km/h (62 mph), the
distance to the vehicle in front will be
maintained at 50 metres (164 feet)
In the event of automatic deactivation a
signal will sound and the message ACC
cancel is displayed in the information
display. You must then intervene and
adapt your driving and speed to vehicles
in front.
An automatic deactivation can be due to
the:
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Adaptive cruise control (ACC)
•
•
•
•
•
•
vehicle speed falling below 30 km/h
(20 mph)
wheels lose traction
brake temperature is high, for
example when driving on mountainous
or hilly roads
engine speed is too low
radar sensor is covered
parking brake or electric parking brake
(EPB) is applied.
WARNINGS
Never wait for a collision warning.
When driving you are responsible
for maintaining the correct distance
and speed, even when the system is
used.
The system will only react to
vehicles in front travelling in the
same direction and will not react to
slow or stationary vehicles.
Never drive in a manner to provoke
the system. The system is designed
to assist in emergencies only.
If the engine speed drops too low, a
message is displayed in the information
display instructing you to change down a
gear (manual transmission only). If you do
not follow this recommendation then the
system will go into automatic deactivation
mode.
The system alerts you by warning chimes
and a visual warning in the information
display. When forward alert is activated a
red flashing warning triangle is displayed
in the information display.
Note: The system will not operate if the
electronic stability programme (ESP) has
been manually switched off.
Note: You can deactivate the warning
chimes by using the buttons on the
steering wheel. See Audible warnings
and indicators (page 78).
FORWARD ALERT
FUNCTION
The system does not operate in all driving
situations and traffic, weather and road
conditions.
The system assists you by warning of the
risk of a collision, and reducing the severity
of a collision with a vehicle in front. This
works by using two methods:
•
•
The radar sensor detects vehicles in front
that are driving in the same direction as
you. If the risk of collision still increases
after the initial warning then brake support
is activated. Brake support prepares the
brake system for rapid braking and the
brakes are applied gently, which may be
noticed as a slight jerk. If the brake pedal
is depressed sufficiently quickly then
braking is implemented with full brake
function, even if the force on the pedal is
light.
You are alerted to a potential collision
so you may brake earlier than normal.
Brake support is activated to enable
full braking effectiveness.
The collision alerts will only occur if the
system is switched on, however the brake
support is always on and cannot be
turned off. Warnings are both visual and
audible. Brake support is activated
automatically if necessary to reduce the
collision speed. The brake support system
only reduces the collision speed if you
brake immediately once alerted.
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Adaptive cruise control (ACC)
CAUTION
Warnings may be triggered late, be
absent or triggered unnecessarily if
the traffic situation means that the
radar sensor cannot accurately detect a
vehicle in front. The system uses the
same radar sensors as adaptive cruise
control (ACC) and therefore has the same
limitations. See Principle of operation
(page 151).
Note: The system may be used with or
without the ACC system being activated.
Switching forward alert on/off
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The indicator will illuminate.
Adjusting the warning
sensitivity
You may adjust the system warning
sensitivity using the buttons on the
steering wheel. See General
information (page 79).
This controls how early the visual and
audible warning is activated.
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Load carrying
GENERAL INFORMATION
WARNINGS
Use load securing straps to an
approved standard, e.g. DIN.
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 or loadspace.
Do not drive with the tailgate or rear
door open. Exhaust fumes may
enter the vehicle.
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LUGGAGE ANCHOR POINTS
Do not exceed the maximum front
and rear axle loads for your vehicle.
See Vehicle identification (page
Estate
222).
Heavy loads, when placed in the
passenger compartment, should be
on folded rear seats as shown. See
Rear seats (page 118).
CAUTIONS
Do not allow items to contact the rear
windows.
Do not use any abrasive materials to
clean the interior of the rear windows.
Do not install stickers or labels to the
interior of the rear windows.
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Load carrying
4-door and 5-door
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Press the unlocking handle and pull the
loadspace floor rearwards. It will stop and
engage at a midway position.
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SLIDING LOADSPACE
FLOOR
WARNING
Do not slide the loadspace floor
rearwards when the vehicle is
standing on an incline of 15 degrees
or more and facing uphill.
CAUTION
The maximum permissible weight on
the sliding loadspace floor is 200
kilogrammes (441 pounds).
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The maximum permissible weight on the
end of the sliding loadspace floor when
the floor is in the fully extended position
(slid outside the luggage compartment)
is 120 kilogrammes (265 pounds).
To slide it out fully, press the unlocking
handle again and pull it out until it engages
in the end position.
To slide it forwards, press the unlocking
handle and push it forwards.
Note: You do not have to exert as much
pressure on the unlocking handle if you
push the loadspace floor forwards slightly
when operating it.
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Load carrying
Storage compartment
A storage compartment is located in the
floor at the rear of the luggage
compartment.
To gain access to the storage
compartment, lift up the sliding loadspace
floor as follows:
2
3
1
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E74813
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press the unlocking handle and pull
the loadspace floor rearwards a short
way.
Lift up the rear of the floor (1).
Push the floor forwards until it
engages at the front (2).
Release the support leg from the clip
on the underside of the floor.
Insert the end into the square retainer
in the left-hand rail (3).
Lift the storage compartment cover
using the loop.
To return the loadspace floor to the
normal position:
1.
Hold the floor with one hand and
release the support leg with the other
hand.
2. Insert the support leg back into the
clip.
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3. Lower the floor.
4. Press the unlocking handle and pull
the loadspace floor rearwards until it
drops into position on the rails.
CARGO NETS
Luggage retention net
Installing the net
REAR UNDER FLOOR
STORAGE
Vehicles with a sliding
loadspace floor
Raise the loadspace floor to gain access
to the storage compartment. See
Sliding loadspace floor (page 158).
Vehicles without a sliding
loadspace floor
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1.
Push the ends of the upper bar
towards each other and insert them
into the retainers on the roof. Push the
bar forwards into the narrow section
of the retainers.
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2. Attach the net to the luggage anchor
points. See Luggage anchor
points (page 157).
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Load carrying
LUGGAGE COVERS
WARNING
Do not place objects on the luggage
cover.
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3. Tighten the belts.
Removing the net
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Pull out the cover and secure it in the
retaining points.
Release it from the retaining points and
let it roll back into the case. Clip the
retaining hook onto the case.
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1. Release the belts.
2. Remove the net from the luggage
anchor points.
3. Remove the upper bars.
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To remove or install the cover, push either
end of the case inwards.
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Load carrying
Installing behind the front seats
ROOF RACKS AND LOAD
CARRIERS
Roof rack
WARNINGS
If you use a roof rack, the fuel
consumption of your vehicle will be
higher and you may experience
different driving characteristics.
Read and follow the manufacturer’s
instructions when you are fitting a
roof rack.
CAUTION
E86848
Do not exceed the maximum
permissible roof load of 75
kilogrammes (165 pounds) (including
the roof rack).
1.
Push the ends of the bar on the grille
towards each other and insert them
into the retainers on the roof. Push the
bar forwards into the narrow section
of the retainers.
Check the security of the roof rack and
tighten its fittings as follows:
•
•
•
before starting
after driving 50 kilometres (30 miles)
at 1 000 kilometres (600 miles)
intervals.
To minimise windnoise when the roof rack
is not in use, cross rails should be moved
rearwards and placed together. To
reduce fuel consumption, cross rails
should be removed when not in use.
DOG GUARD
CAUTION
Keep a distance of at least one
centimetre between the dog guard
and the seats in front of it.
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2. Attach the dog guard to the lower
anchor points. Do not tighten the
screws.
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Load carrying
1.
Push the ends of the bar on the grille
towards each other and insert them
into the retainers on the roof. Push the
bar forwards into the narrow section
of the retainers.
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3. Attach the grille to the lower bar with
the handwheels. Do not tighten the
handwheels.
4. Tighten the screws at the lower
anchor points.
5. Tighten the handwheels.
Installing behind the rear seats
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2. Remove two screws from both the
luggage anchor points. See Luggage
anchor points (page 157).
3. Attach the lower bar to the grille with
the handwheels. Do not tighten the
handwheels.
4. Attach the dog guard lower bar to the
luggage anchor points, secure with
the new supplied screws.
5. Tighten the handwheels.
Remove in the reverse order.
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Load carrying
Installing the load bracket
LOAD RETAINING FIXTURES
WARNINGS
Install the load bracket with the
longest section towards the rear of
the vehicle. If you install it the wrong
way round, it may not hold the box in
place in the event of an accident.
WARNING
Do not exceed the maximum
permissible load of 60 kilogrammes
(132 pounds) on two load retaining
fixtures and 30 kilogrammes (66 pounds)
on one.
Do not exceed the maximum
permissible load of 20 kilogrammes
(44 pounds).
Check the security of the load retaining
fixtures and tighten its fittings as follows:
•
•
•
before starting
after driving 50 kilometres (30 miles)
at 1 000 kilometres (600 miles)
intervals.
3
3
2
Installing the load retaining
fixtures
1
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1. Turn the box over.
2. Position the load bracket.
3. Secure the load bracket with four
screws.
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4. Slide the captured bolts onto the load
retaining fixture.
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5. Secure the load bracket with the two
wing nuts.
6. Remove in the reverse order.
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Towing
Change down a gear before you reach a
steep downhill gradient.
TOWING A TRAILER
WARNINGS
Do not exceed 100 km/h (62 mph).
DETACHABLE TOW BALL
WARNINGS
When not in use, always transport
the tow ball arm securely fastened
in the luggage compartment.
The rear tyre pressures must be
increased by 0.2 bar (3 psi) above
specification. See Technical
specifications (page 219).
Take special care when fitting the
tow ball arm as the safety of the
vehicle and the trailer depends on
Do not exceed the maximum gross
train weight stated on the vehicle
identification plate. See Vehicle
identification (page 222).
this.
Note: Not all vehicles are suitable or
approved to have tow bars fitted. Check
with your dealer first.
Do not use any tools for mounting
or dismounting the tow ball arm. Do
not modify the trailer coupling. Do
not disassemble or repair the tow ball arm.
Place loads as low and central to the
axle(s) of the trailer as possible. If you are
towing with an unladen vehicle, the load
in the trailer should be placed toward the
nose, within the maximum nose load, as
this gives the best stability.
Note: The maximum trailer nose weight
can be found in the original vehicle
documents (confirmation of conformity).
Alternatively refer to your dealer.
The stability of the vehicle to trailer
combination is very much dependant on
the quality of the trailer.
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A 13-pin trailer socket and the tow ball arm
seat are provided underneath the rear
bumper. Turn the trailer socket down
through 90 degrees until it engages in the
end position.
In high altitude regions above 1 000
metres (3 281 feet), the stipulated
maximum permitted gross train weight
must be reduced by 10% for every
additional 1 000 metres (3 281 feet).
Steep gradients
WARNING
The overrun brake on a trailer is not
controlled by ABS.
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Towing
Unlocking the tow ball arm
mechanism
Inserting the tow ball arm
3
1
1
2
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1.
Remove the protecting cap (1). Insert
the key and turn it clockwise to unlock
(2).
2. Hold the tow ball arm. Pull the
handwheel out and turn it clockwise
until it clicks (3).
3. The red mark on the handwheel must
align with the green mark on the tow
ball.
4. Release the handwheel. The tow ball
arm is unlocked.
2
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WARNING
The tow ball arm may only be
inserted when completely unlocked.
1. Pull out the plug.
2. Insert the tow ball arm vertically and
press it upwards until it engages (1).
Do not hold your hand near the
handwheel.
3. The green mark on the handwheel
must align with the green mark on the
tow ball.
4. To lock, turn the key anti-clockwise
and remove the key (2).
5. Pull the protecting cap from the key
bow and press it onto the lock.
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Towing
Driving with a trailer
Removing the tow ball arm
A
3
B
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2
WARNING
If any of the below conditions
cannot be met, do not use the tow
bar and have it checked by a
properly trained technician.
1
Before starting your journey, make sure
that the tow ball arm is properly locked.
Check:
•
•
•
•
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1. Unhitch the trailer.
2. Remove the protecting cap. Press the
cap into the key bow. Insert the key
and unlock (1).
3. Hold the tow ball arm. Pull the
handwheel out, turn it clockwise
against the stop (2) and remove the
tow ball arm (3).
4. Release the handwheel.
the green marks are aligned.
the handwheel (A) is correctly fitted
to the tow ball arm.
you have removed the key (B).
the tow ball arm is securely positioned.
It must not move when jerked.
When unlocked in this way, the tow ball
arm can be reinserted at any time.
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Towing
Driving without a trailer
1
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1. Remove the tow ball arm.
2. Insert the plug into its seat (1).
WARNING
Never unlock the tow ball arm with
the trailer attached.
Maintenance
CAUTION
Remove the tow ball arm and protect
the seat with the plug before steam
cleaning your vehicle.
Keep the system clean. Periodically
lubricate bearings, sliding surfaces, and
locking balls with resin-free grease or oil
and the lock with graphite.
Keep a note of the key number. In case
of loss, replacement keys are available
from the manufacturer by stating the
4-digit key number.
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Driving hints
COLD WEATHER
PRECAUTIONS
RUNNING-IN
Tyres
The functional operation of some
components and systems can be
affected at temperatures below -30°C
(-22°F).
WARNING
New tyres need to be run-in for
approximately 500 kilometres (300
miles). During this time, you may
experience different driving
characteristics.
DRIVING THROUGH WATER
Driving through water
Brakes and clutch
CAUTIONS
Drive through water in an emergency
only, and not as part of normal
driving.
WARNING
Avoid heavy use of the brakes and
clutch if possible for the first 150
kilometres (100 miles) in town and
for the first 1 500 kilometres (1 000 miles)
on motorways.
Engine damage can occur if water
enters the air filter.
In an emergency, the vehicle can be
driven through water to a maximum depth
of 200 mm and at a maximum speed of
10 km/h (6 mph). Extra caution should be
exercised when driving through flowing
water.
Engine
CAUTION
Avoid driving too fast during the first
1 500 kilometres (1 000 miles). Vary
your speed frequently and change
up through the gears early. Do not labour
the engine.
When driving in water, maintain a low
speed and do not stop the vehicle. After
driving through water, and as soon as it
is safe to do so:
• Depress the brake pedal lightly and
check that full brake function is
achieved.
• Check that the horn works.
• Check that the vehicle's lights are fully
operational.
• Check the power assistance
of the steering system.
GENERAL DRIVING POINTS
- VEHICLES WITH: SPORTS
SUSPENSION
The distance between the underside of
your vehicle and the ground is reduced
compared to other models. Drive with
extreme care to avoid damage to your
vehicle.
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Emergency equipment
Estate
FIRST AID KIT
Space is provided in the luggage
compartment.
4-door
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WARNING TRIANGLE
4-door and 5-door
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5-door
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E87655
Space is provided in the luggage
compartment.
Estate and vehicles with tyre
repair kit
Space is provided under the carpet.
See Rear under floor storage (page
160).
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Status after a collision
INSPECTING SAFETY
SYSTEM COMPONENTS
Seat belts
Belts subjected to strain, as a result of an
accident, should be renewed and the
anchorages checked by a properly
trained technician.
172
Fuses
FUSE BOX LOCATIONS
Engine compartment fuse box
E72590
Central fuse box
2. Turn the knob through 90 degrees
and release the fuse box from the
retaining bracket.
3. Lower the fuse box and pull it towards
you.
E72589
E72622
1.
4. Remove the cover to gain access to
the fuses (vehicles with a cooled glove
box).
5. Install in the reverse order.
E72588
Loosen the screws.
173
Fuses
Rear fuse box - 4-door and 5door
Rear fuse box - Estate
1
1
2
E87479
E87481
1.
1. Release the catches.
2. Remove the cover.
Remove the cover.
3
2
3
3
E87482
E87480
2. Remove the relevant fuse box cover.
3. Remove the relevant fuse box cover.
174
Fuses
CHANGING A FUSE
CAUTION
Fit a replacement fuse with the same
rating as the one you have removed.
WARNINGS
Do not modify the electrical system
of your vehicle in any way. Have
repairs to the electrical system and
the replacement of relays and high current
fuses carried out by a properly trained
technician.
Note: You can identify a blown fuse by
a break in the filament.
Note: All fuses, except high current
fuses, are a push fit.
Note: A fuse puller is located in the
engine compartment fuse box.
Switch the ignition and all electrical
equipment off before touching or
attempting to change a fuse.
175
Fuses
FUSE SPECIFICATION CHART
Engine compartment fuse box
E75525
Fuse
Ampere
rating
Colour
F1
10
red
Transmission control module
F2
5
tan
Glow plug monitoring (diesel engines)
Circuits protected
176
Fuses
Fuse
Ampere
rating
F3
70
F3
80
F4
60
yellow
Glow plugs
F5
60
yellow
Engine cooling fan
F6
10
red
HEGO sensors 1 (engine management),
variable valve timing (engine management),
CMS sensor, Oxygen sensor
F7
5
tan
Relay coils
F8
10
red
Powertrain control module
F9
10
red
MAF Sensor, Swirl Control Valve , Fuel
Injectors, CCV PTC Heater, Variable Intake
Valve, Variable Exhaust Valve (engine
management)
F10
10
red
Engine control module
F11
10
red
PCV Valve, VCV Valve, Water in Fuel Sensor,
Sonic Purge Valve, Swirl Control Valve, Variable Intake Valve, EGR Valve, IVVT Oil Control
Valve (engine management)
F12
10
red
EGR Throttle, Variable Turbo Control Valve,
Coil on Plug; Canister Purge Valve, Power
Steering Pressure Switch (engine management)
F13
15
blue
Air conditioning relay
F14
15
blue
Diesel filter heater
F15
40
orange
F16
80
clear
Colour
Circuits protected
1
brown
Engine cooling fan - twin fan (2.3L DuratecHE)
1
clear
Electric hydraulic power steering (EHPAS)
(2.0L Duratorq-TDCi)
Starter relay
Diesel auxiliary heater (PTC)
F17
60
yellow
Central fuse box supply A
F18
60
yellow
Central fuse box supply B
F19
60
yellow
Rear fuse box supply C
F20
60
yellow
Rear fuse box supply D
177
Fuses
Fuse
Ampere
rating
Colour
F21
–
–
F22
30
green
Windscreen wiper module
F23
25
clear
Heated rear window
F24
30
green
Headlamp washer
F25
30
green
ABS valves
F26
40
orange
ABS pump
F27
30
green
F28
40
orange
F29
–
–
Not used
F30
–
–
Not used
F31
15
blue
Horn
F32
5
tan
Fuel fired heater - remote control
F33
5
tan
Light switch module, engine compartment
fuse box coils
F34
40
orange
Heated windscreen (left-hand side)
F35
40
orange
Heated windscreen (right-hand side)
F36
5
tan
ABS
F37
10
red
Heated front washer jets
1
Circuits protected
Not used
Fuel fired heater
Heater blower
F38
5
tan
Adaptive cruise control (ACC)
F39
15
blue
Adaptive front lighting system (AFS)
F40
–
–
F41
20
yellow
F42
10
red
Engine control module, transmission control
module, electric hydraulic power steering
(EHPAS) 15 feed
F43
5
tan
Headlamp levelling, adaptive front lighting
system (AFS)
F44
-
-
Not used
Instrument panel
Not used
178
Fuses
1
Fuse
Ampere
rating
Colour
F45
15
blue
Circuits protected
Rear window wiper
Fit a replacement with the same rating as the one you have removed.
Central fuse box
E75527
Fuse
Ampere
rating
Colour
F1
5
tan
Rain sensor
F2
10
red
SRS (airbag) supply
F3
7.5
brown
Circuits protected
Yaw rate sensor (ESP), accelerator pedal
supply
179
Fuses
Fuse
Ampere
rating
Colour
Circuits protected
F4
7.5
brown
Electronic feed, electronic fuse
F5
-
-
F6
15
blue
F7
7.5
brown
Not used
Audio system (including voice control)
Steering wheel module
F8
5
tan
Instrument cluster
F9
15
blue
Main beam
F10
20
yellow
Power sunroof
F11
7.5
brown
Reversing lamps
F12
–
–
F13
15
blue
Not used
Front fog lamp
F14
15
blue
Windscreen washers
F15
10
red
Adaptive cruise control (ACC)
F16
–
–
F17
10
red
Not used
Interior lamps
F18
5
tan
Engine immobiliser
F19
15
blue
Cigar lighter
F20
–
–
F21
5
tan
F22
20
yellow
Fuel pump
F22
7.5
brown
Fuel pump (2.2L Duratorq)
F23
–
–
Not used
Remote frequency receiver, Interior motion
sensor
Not used
F24
5
tan
Ignition switch
F25
10
red
Fuel filler flap
F26
5
tan
Battery backup sounder (alarm system),
OBD II (board computer diagnostics)
F27
5
tan
Steering column unit, climate control module
180
Fuses
Fuse
Ampere
rating
Colour
F28
5
tan
Circuits protected
Brake lamp switch
Rear fuse box
4-door and 5-door
E87483
181
Fuses
Estate
E75526
Fuse
Ampere
rating
Colour
Circuits protected
FA1
25
clear
Door module (left-hand front) (window up/
down, central locking, electric folding mirror,
heated mirror)
182
Fuses
Fuse
Ampere
rating
Colour
Circuits protected
FA2
25
clear
Door module (right-hand front) (window up/
down, central locking, electric folding mirror,
heated mirror)
FA3
25
clear
Door module (left-hand rear) (window up/
down)
FA4
25
clear
Door module (right-hand rear) (window up/
down)
FA5
10
red
Rear locking (without rear door modules)
FA6
15
blue
Auxiliary power socket
FA7
5
tan
Relay coils
FA8
20
yellow
Steering column lock
FA9
–
–
FA10
30
green
Not used
Electric driver's seat
FA11
20
yellow
Accessories, trailer module
FA12
–
–
Not used
FB1
5
tan
Parking aid module
FB2
15
blue
Suspension module
FB3
15
blue
Heated driver's seat
FB4
15
blue
Heated front passenger seat
FB5
15
blue
Left-hand rear heated seat
FB6
-
-
FB7
15
blue
FB8
–
–
FB9
30
green
FB10
10
red
FB11
–
–
Not used
FB12
–
–
Not used
FC1
-
-
Not used
Not used
Right-hand rear heated seat
Not used
Electric front passenger seat
Anti-theft alarm horn
183
Fuses
Fuse
Ampere
rating
Colour
FC2
-
-
Not used
FC3
-
-
Not used
FC4
-
-
Not used
FC5
7.5
brown
Circuits protected
CD changer, rear seat entertainment system
FC6
-
-
FC7
5
tan
Not used
FC8
20
yellow
FC9
–
–
Not used
FC10
–
–
Not used
FC11
–
–
Not used
FC12
–
–
Not used
Seat memory function module
Keyless entry
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Vehicle recovery
Insert your finger into the hole on the
underside of the cover and prise off the
cover. Install the towing eye.
TOWING POINTS
CAUTION
The screw-in towing eye has a
left-hand thread. Turn it
anti-clockwise to install it.
TOWING THE VEHICLE ON
FOUR WHEELS
All vehicles
The screw-in towing eye is located in the
spare wheel well.
WARNINGS
Switch the ignition on when your
vehicle is being towed. The steering
lock will engage and the direction
indicators and brake lamps will not work
if you do not.
The towing eye must always be carried
in the vehicle.
Front towing eye
The brake servo and the power
steering pump do not operate
unless the engine is running. Press
the brake pedal harder and allow for
increased stopping distances and heavier
steering.
CAUTIONS
Too much tension in the tow rope
could cause damage to your vehicle
or the vehicle that is towing.
E87280
Do not use a rigid tow bar on the
front towing eye.
Rear towing eye
Drive off slowly and smoothly without
jerking the vehicle that is towing.
Vehicles with automatic
transmission
CAUTIONS
Do not tow your vehicle faster than
50 km/h (30 mph) or further than 50
kilometres (30 miles).
If a speed of 50 km/h (30 mph) and
a distance of 50 kilometres (30 miles)
is to be exceeded the drive wheels
must be lifted clear of the ground.
E87282
185
Vehicle recovery
CAUTIONS
In the event of a mechanical failure
of the transmission the drive wheels
must be lifted clear of the ground.
Do not tow your vehicle backwards.
Select neutral when your vehicle is
being towed.
186
Maintenance
Check when refuelling
GENERAL INFORMATION
•
Have your vehicle serviced regularly to
help maintain its roadworthiness and
resale value. There is a large network of
Ford Authorised Repairers that are there
to help you with their professional
servicing expertise. We believe that their
specially trained technicians are best
qualified to service your vehicle properly
and expertly. They are supported by a
wide range of highly specialised tools
developed specifically for servicing your
vehicle.
•
•
•
•
In addition to regular servicing, we
recommend that you carry out the
following additional checks.
Monthly checks
•
WARNINGS
Switch the ignition off before
touching or attempting adjustment
of any kind.
•
•
Do not touch the electronic ignition
system parts after you have
switched the ignition on or when the
engine is running. The system operates
at high voltage.
•
•
•
•
Keep your hands and clothing clear
of the engine cooling fan. Under
certain conditions, the fan may
continue to run for several minutes after
you have switched the engine off.
CAUTION
When carrying out maintenance
checks, make sure that filler caps are
fitted securely.
Daily checks
•
•
•
Engine oil level. See Engine oil
check (page 197).
Brake fluid level. See Brake and
clutch fluid check (page 198).
Washer fluid level. See Washer fluid
check (page 199).
Tyre pressures (when cold). See
Technical specifications (page
219).
Tyre condition. See Tyre care (page
217).
Exterior lamps.
Interior lamps.
Warning lamps and indicators.
187
Engine coolant level (engine cold).
See Engine coolant check (page
197).
Pipes, hoses and reservoirs for leaks.
Power steering fluid level. See
Power steering fluid check (page
198).
Air conditioning operation.
Parking brake operation.
Horn operation.
Tightness of wheel nuts. See
Technical specifications (page
219).
Maintenance
Raise the bonnet slightly and move the
catch upwards.
OPENING AND CLOSING
THE BONNET
Opening the bonnet
E73698
E87786
Open the bonnet and support it with the
strut.
Closing the bonnet
WARNING
Make sure that the bonnet is closed
properly.
Lower the bonnet and allow it to drop
from under its own weight for the last
20 – 30 centimetres (8 - 11 inches).
E105063
188
Maintenance
ENGINE COMPARTMENT OVERVIEW - 1.6L DURATEC-16V
TI-VCT (SIGMA)
B
A
J
I
H
D
C
G
E
F
E87714
1
A
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (right-hand drive). See Brake and clutch
fluid check (page 198).
B
Engine oil filler cap . See Engine oil check (page 197).
C
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (left-hand drive). See Brake and clutch
fluid check (page 198).
D
Battery. See Vehicle battery (page 204).
E
Engine compartment fuse box. See Fuses (page 173).
F
Air cleaner. No maintenance necessary.
G
Screen washer fluid reservoir. See Washer fluid check (page 199).
H
Engine oil dipstick . See Engine oil check (page 197).
I
Power steering fluid reservoir. See Power steering fluid check (page
198).
J
Engine coolant reservoir. See Engine coolant check (page 197).
1
1
The filler caps and the engine oil dipstick are coloured for easy identification.
189
Maintenance
ENGINE COMPARTMENT OVERVIEW - 2.0L DURATEC-HE
(MI4)
B
A
J
I
D
C
H
G
E
F
E73231
1
A
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (right-hand drive). See Brake and clutch
fluid check (page 198).
B
Engine oil filler cap . See Engine oil check (page 197).
C
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (left-hand drive). See Brake and clutch
fluid check (page 198).
D
Battery. See Using booster cables (page 204).
E
Engine compartment fuse box. See Fuse specification chart (page 176).
F
Air cleaner. No maintenance necessary.
G
Screen washer fluid reservoir. See Washer fluid check (page 199).
H
Engine oil dipstick . See Engine oil check (page 197).
I
Power steering fluid reservoir. See Power steering fluid check (page
198).
J
Engine coolant reservoir. See Engine coolant check (page 197).
1
1
The filler caps and the engine oil dipstick are coloured for easy identification.
190
Maintenance
ENGINE COMPARTMENT OVERVIEW - 2.3L DURATEC-HE
(MI4)
B
A
J
I
D
C
H
G
E
F
E81313
1
A
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (right-hand drive). See Brake and clutch
fluid check (page 198).
B
Engine oil filler cap . See Engine oil check (page 197).
C
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (left-hand drive). See Brake and clutch
fluid check (page 198).
1
D
Battery. See Using booster cables (page 204).
E
Engine compartment fuse box. See Fuse specification chart (page 176).
F
Air cleaner. No maintenance necessary.
G
Screen washer fluid reservoir. See Washer fluid check (page 199).
H
Engine oil dipstick . See Engine oil check (page 197).
I
Power steering fluid reservoir. See Power steering fluid check (page
198).
J
Engine coolant reservoir. See Engine coolant check (page 197).
1
The filler caps and the engine oil dipstick are coloured for easy identification.
191
Maintenance
ENGINE COMPARTMENT OVERVIEW - 2.5L DURATEC (VI5)
B
A
J
I
D
C
H
G
E
F
E73232
1
A
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (right-hand drive). See Brake and clutch
fluid check (page 198).
B
Engine oil filler cap . See Engine oil check (page 197).
C
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (left-hand drive). See Brake and clutch
fluid check (page 198).
D
Battery. See Using booster cables (page 204).
E
Engine compartment fuse box. See Fuse specification chart (page 176).
F
Screen washer fluid reservoir. See Washer fluid check (page 199).
G
Air cleaner. No maintenance necessary.
H
Engine oil dipstick . See Engine oil check (page 197).
I
Power steering fluid reservoir. See Power steering fluid check (page
198).
J
Engine coolant reservoir. See Engine coolant check (page 197).
1
1
The filler caps and the engine oil dipstick are coloured for easy identification.
192
Maintenance
ENGINE COMPARTMENT OVERVIEW - 1.8L DURATORQ-TDCI
(LYNX) DIESEL
B
A
J
I
D
C
H
G
E
F
E73233
1
A
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (right-hand drive). See Brake and clutch
fluid check (page 198).
B
Engine oil filler cap . See Engine oil check (page 197).
C
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (left-hand drive). See Brake and clutch
fluid check (page 198).
D
Battery. See Using booster cables (page 204).
E
Engine compartment fuse box. See Fuse specification chart (page 176).
F
Air cleaner. No maintenance necessary.
G
Screen washer fluid reservoir. See Washer fluid check (page 199).
H
Engine oil dipstick . See Engine oil check (page 197).
I
Power steering fluid reservoir. See Power steering fluid check (page
198).
J
Engine coolant reservoir. See Engine coolant check (page 197).
1
1
The filler caps and the engine oil dipstick are coloured for easy identification.
193
Maintenance
ENGINE COMPARTMENT OVERVIEW - 2.0L DURATORQTDCI (DW) DIESEL
B
A
J
I
D
C
H
G
E
F
E73234
1
A
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (right-hand drive). See Brake and clutch
fluid check (page 198).
B
Engine oil filler cap . See Engine oil check (page 197).
C
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (left-hand drive). See Brake and clutch
fluid check (page 198).
D
Battery. See Using booster cables (page 204).
E
Engine compartment fuse box. See Fuse specification chart (page 176).
F
Air cleaner. No maintenance necessary.
G
Screen washer fluid reservoir. See Washer fluid check (page 199).
H
Engine oil dipstick . See Engine oil check (page 197).
I
Power steering fluid reservoir. See Power steering fluid check (page
198).
J
Engine coolant reservoir. See Engine coolant check (page 197).
1
1
The filler caps and the engine oil dipstick are coloured for easy identification.
194
Maintenance
ENGINE COMPARTMENT OVERVIEW - 2.2L DURATORQTDCI (DW) DIESEL
B
A
J
I
H
D
C
G
E
F
E87715
1
A
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (right-hand drive): See Brake and clutch
fluid check (page 198).
B
Engine oil filler cap : See Engine oil check (page 197).
C
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (left-hand drive): See Brake and clutch
fluid check (page 198).
D
Battery: See Vehicle battery (page 204).
E
Engine compartment fuse box: See Fuses (page 173).
F
Air cleaner: No maintenance necessary.
G
Screen washer fluid reservoir: See Washer fluid check (page 199).
H
Engine oil dipstick : See Engine oil check (page 197).
I
Power steering fluid reservoir: See Power steering fluid check (page
198).
J
Engine coolant reservoir: See Engine coolant check (page 197).
1
1
The filler caps and the engine oil dipstick are coloured for easy identification.
195
Maintenance
ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK - 2.5L
DURATEC (VI5)
ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK - 1.6L
DURATEC-16V TI-VCT
(SIGMA)
A
A
B
B
E95542
E95540
A
MIN
B
MAX
MIN
MAX
ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK - 1.8L
DURATORQ-TDCI (LYNX)
DIESEL
ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK - 2.0L
DURATEC-HE (MI4)/2.3L
DURATEC-HE (MI4)
A
A
B
B
B
A
E92036
A
MIN
B
MAX
E95527
196
A
MIN
B
MAX
Maintenance
Note: Oil expands when it is hot. The level
may therefore extend a few millimetres
beyond the MAX mark.
ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK - 2.0L
DURATORQ-TDCI (DW)
DIESEL/2.2L DURATORQTDCI (DW) DIESEL
A
Remove the dipstick and wipe it with a
clean, lint free cloth. Replace the dipstick
and remove it again to check the oil level.
B
If the level is at the MIN mark, top up
immediately.
Topping up
WARNINGS
Only top up when the engine is cold.
If the engine is hot, wait 10 minutes
for the engine to cool down.
E95543
A
MIN
B
MAX
Do not remove the filler cap when
the engine is running.
Remove the filler cap.
ENGINE OIL CHECK
CAUTION
Do not top up further than the MAX
mark.
CAUTION
Do not use oil additives or other
engine treatments. Under certain
conditions, they could damage the
engine.
Top up with fluid that meets the Ford
specification. See Technical
specifications (page 199).
Note: The oil consumption of new
engines reaches its normal level after
approximately 5 000 kilometres (3 000
miles).
ENGINE COOLANT CHECK
Checking the coolant level
Checking the oil level
WARNING
Do not allow the fluid to touch your
skin or eyes. If this happens, rinse
the affected areas immediately with
plenty of water and contact your doctor.
CAUTION
Make sure that the level is between
the MIN and the MAX marks.
Note: Check the level before starting the
engine.
CAUTION
Make sure that the level is between
the MIN and the MAX marks.
Note: Make sure that your vehicle is on
level ground.
197
Maintenance
Note: Coolant expands when it is hot.
The level may therefore extend beyond
the MAX mark.
WARNINGS
If the level is at the MIN mark, have
the system checked by a properly
trained technician as soon as
possible.
If the level is at the MIN mark, top up
immediately.
Topping up
Note: The brake and the clutch systems
are supplied from the same reservoir.
WARNINGS
Only top up when the engine is cold.
If the engine is hot, wait 10 minutes
for the engine to cool down.
Top up with fluid that meets the Ford
specification. See Technical
specifications (page 199).
Do not remove the filler cap when
the engine is running.
POWER STEERING FLUID
CHECK
Do not remove the filler cap when
the engine is hot. Wait for the engine
to cool down.
WARNING
Do not allow the fluid to touch your
skin or eyes. If this happens, rinse
the affected areas immediately with
plenty of water and contact your doctor.
Unscrew the cap slowly. Any pressure
will escape slowly as you unscrew the
cap.
CAUTIONS
Do not spill coolant on any part of the
engine.
CAUTION
Make sure that the level is between
the MIN and the MAX marks.
Do not top up further than the MAX
mark.
If the level is at the MIN mark, top up
immediately.
Top up with fluid that meets the Ford
specification. See Technical
specifications (page 199).
Topping up
Remove the filler cap.
BRAKE AND CLUTCH FLUID
CHECK
CAUTION
Do not top up further than the MAX
mark.
WARNINGS
Do not allow the fluid to touch your
skin or eyes. If this happens, rinse
the affected areas immediately with
plenty of water and contact your doctor.
Top up with fluid that meets the Ford
specification. See Technical
specifications (page 199).
198
Maintenance
The front and rear washer systems are
supplied from the same reservoir.
WASHER FLUID CHECK
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Vehicle fluids
Item
Recommended fluid
*
Specification
Engine oil
Castrol Engine Oil
Power steering fluid
Ford or Motorcraft Power
Steering Fluid
WSS-M2C204-A2
Coolant
Motorcraft SuperPlus Antifreeze
WSS-M97B44-D
Brake fluid
Ford or Motorcraft Super
DOT 4 Brake Fluid
WSS-M2C913-C
ESD-M6C57-A
*
Providing it meets the specification defined by WSS-M2C913-C, you can also use
Ford Engine Oil or an alternative engine oil.
Topping up the oil: If you are unable to find an oil that meets the specification defined
by WSS-M2C913-C, you must use SAE 5W-30 (preferred), SAE 5W-40 (except
vehicles with E85 fuel) or SAE 10W-40 that meets the specification defined by either
ACEA A5/B5 (preferred) or ACEA A3/B3. Using these oils can result in longer engine
cranking periods, reduced engine performance, reduced fuel economy and increased
emission levels.
Castrol engine oil recommended.
E115472
Capacities
Variant
Item
Capacity in litres (gallons)
All
Power steering system
MAX mark
All
Windscreen and rear
window washer system
3.8 (0.8)
1.6L Duratec-16V Ti-VCT
Engine lubrication system including the oil filter
4.1 (0.9)
199
Maintenance
Variant
Item
Capacity in litres (gallons)
1.6L Duratec-16V Ti-VCT
Engine lubrication system excluding the oil filter
3.8 (0.8)
1.6L Duratec-16V Ti-VCT
Engine cooling system
6.0 (1.3)
1.6L Duratec-16V Ti-VCT
Fuel tank
70 (15.4)
2.0L Duratec-HE
Engine lubrication system including the oil filter
4.3 (1.0)
2.0L Duratec-HE
Engine lubrication system excluding the oil filter
3.9 (0.9)
2.0L Duratec-HE
Engine cooling system
6.2 (1.4)
2.0L Duratec-HE
Fuel tank
70 (15.4)
2.3L Duratec-HE
Engine lubrication system including the oil filter
4.3 (1.0)
2.3L Duratec-HE
Engine lubrication system excluding the oil filter
3.9 (0.9)
2.3L Duratec-HE
Engine cooling system
6.9 (1.5)
2.3L Duratec-HE
Fuel tank
70 (15.4)
2.5L Duratec-ST
Engine lubrication system including the oil filter
5.8 (1.3)
2.5L Duratec-ST
Engine lubrication system excluding the oil filter
5.5 (1.2)
2.5L Duratec-ST
Engine cooling system
7.1 (1.6)
2.5L Duratec-ST
Fuel tank
70 (15.4)
1.8L Duratorq-TDCi
Engine lubrication system including the oil filter
5.6 (1.2)
1.8L Duratorq-TDCi
Engine lubrication system excluding the oil filter
5.0 (1.1)
1.8L Duratorq-TDCi
Engine cooling system
7.9 (1.7)
1.8L Duratorq-TDCi
Fuel tank
70 (15.4)
2.0L Duratorq-TDCi
Engine lubrication system including the oil filter
5.5 (1.2)
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Variant
Item
Capacity in litres (gallons)
2.0L Duratorq-TDCi
Engine lubrication system excluding the oil filter
5.0 (1.1)
2.0L Duratorq-TDCi
Engine cooling system
8.1 (1.8)
2.0L Duratorq-TDCi
Fuel tank
70 (15.4)
2.2L Duratorq-TDCi
Engine lubrication system including the oil filter
6.0 (1.3)
2.2L Duratorq-TDCi
Engine lubrication system excluding the oil filter
5.4 (1.2)
2.2L Duratorq-TDCi
Engine cooling system
8.4 (1.9)
2.2L Duratorq-TDCi
Fuel tank
70 (15.4)
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Vehicle care
Cleaning the chrome trim
CLEANING THE EXTERIOR
CAUTION
WARNING
Do not use abrasives or chemical
solvents. Use soapy water.
If you use a car wash with a waxing
cycle, make sure that you remove
the wax from the windscreen.
Body paintwork preservation
CAUTIONS
Some car wash installations use
water at high pressure. This could
damage certain parts of your vehicle.
CAUTIONS
Do not polish your vehicle in strong
sunshine.
Do not allow polish to touch plastic
surfaces. It could be difficult to
remove.
Remove the aerial before using an
automatic car wash.
Switch the heater blower off to
prevent contamination of the fresh
air filter.
Do not apply polish to the windscreen
or rear window. This could cause the
wipers to become noisy and they
may not clear the window properly.
We recommend that you wash your
vehicle with a sponge and lukewarm
water containing a car shampoo.
We recommend that you wax the
paintwork once or twice a year.
Cleaning the headlamps
CLEANING THE INTERIOR
CAUTIONS
Do not scrape the headlamp lenses
or use abrasives, alcoholic solvents
or chemical solvents to clean them.
Seat belts
WARNINGS
Do not use abrasives, or chemical
solvents to clean them.
Do not wipe the headlamps when
they are dry.
Do not allow moisture to penetrate
the seat belt retractor mechanism.
Cleaning the rear window
CAUTION
Clean the seat belts with interior cleaner
or water applied with a soft sponge. Let
the seat belts dry naturally, away from
artificial heat.
Do not scrape the inside of the rear
window or use abrasives or chemical
solvents to clean it.
Use a clean, lint free cloth or a damp
chamois leather to clean the inside of the
rear window.
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Vehicle care
Instrument cluster screens,
LCD screens, radio screens
WARNING
Do not use abrasives, alcoholic
solvents or chemical solvents to
clean them.
REPAIRING MINOR PAINT
DAMAGE
CAUTION
Remove apparently harmless looking
substances from the paintwork
immediately (e.g. bird droppings, tree
resins, insect remains, tar spots, road salt
and industrial fall out).
You should repair paintwork damage
caused by stones from the road or minor
scratches as soon as possible. A choice
of products is available from your Ford
Dealer. Read and follow the
manufacturer’s instructions.
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Vehicle battery
1.
Position the vehicles so that they do
not touch one another.
2. Switch off the engine and any
electrical equipment.
3. Connect the positive (+) terminal of
vehicle B with the positive (+) terminal
of vehicle A (cable C).
4. Connect the negative (-) terminal of
vehicle B to the ground connection of
vehicle A (cable D). See Battery
connection points (page 205).
USING BOOSTER CABLES
CAUTIONS
Connect batteries with only the same
nominal voltage.
Always use booster cables with
insulated clamps and adequate size
cable.
Do not disconnect the battery from
the vehicle’s electrical system.
CAUTIONS
Do not connect to the negative
(–) terminal of the flat battery.
To connect the booster cables
Make sure that the cables are clear
of any moving parts.
A
To start the engine
1.
C
Run the engine of vehicle B at
moderately high speed.
2. Start the engine of vehicle A.
3. Run both vehicles for a minimum of
three minutes before disconnecting
the cables.
D
CAUTION
Do not switch on the headlamps
when disconnecting the cables. The
peak voltage could blow the bulbs.
B
Disconnect the cables in the reverse
order.
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A
Flat battery vehicle
B
Booster battery vehicle
C
Positive connection cable
D
Negative connection cable
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BATTERY CONNECTION
POINTS
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CAUTION
Do not connect to the negative
(–) terminal of the flat battery.
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Wheels and tyres
GENERAL INFORMATION
WARNINGS
Do not use snow chains on this type
of wheel.
CAUTIONS
Use only approved wheel and tyre
sizes. Using other sizes could
damage the vehicle and will make
the National Type Approval invalid.
Do not drive through an automatic
car wash.
Do not carry out any tyre repairs on
a temporary spare wheel.
If you change the diameter of the
tyres from that fitted at the factory,
the speedometer may not display
the correct speed. Take the vehicle to
your dealer to have the engine
management system reprogrammed.
CAUTION
The ground clearance of your vehicle
will be reduced. Take care when
parking next to a curb.
A decal with tyre pressure data is located
in the driver’s door opening at the B-pillar.
Note: Your vehicle may exhibit some
unusual driving characteristics.
Check and set the tyre pressure at the
ambient temperature in which you are
intending to drive the vehicle and when
the tyres are cold.
Vehicle jack
WARNINGS
The vehicle jack supplied with your
vehicle should only be used when
changing a wheel in emergency
situations.
CHANGING A ROAD WHEEL
Locking wheel nuts
Before using the vehicle jack, check
that it is not damaged or deformed
and that the thread is lubricated and
free from foreign matter.
You can obtain a replacement locking
wheel nut key and replacement locking
wheel nuts from your dealer using the
reference number certificate.
Never place anything between the
jack and the ground, or the jack and
the vehicle.
Vehicles with a temporary
spare wheel
WARNINGS
If the spare wheel differs from the
other fitted wheels, these rules must
be followed:
Note: Vehicles with a tyre repair kit or run
flat tyres are not equipped with a vehicle
jack or a wheel brace.
It is recommended to use a workshop
type hydraulic jack for changing between
summer and winter tyres.
Do not exceed 80 km/h (50 mph).
Note: Use a jack with a minimum lifting
capacity of 1.5 tonnes and a lifting plate
with a minimum diameter of 80 millimetres
(3.1 inches).
Drive the shortest possible
distances.
Do not fit more than one spare
wheel on your vehicle at any one
time.
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Vehicles without tyre repair kit or
run flat tyres
A
A
Jack
B
Wheel brace
C
Space for locking wheel nut key
Your vehicle jack and wheel brace are
located in the spare wheel well.
Jacking and lifting points
B
CAUTION
Use only the specified jacking points.
If you use other positions, you may
damage the body, steering,
suspension, engine, braking system or
the fuel lines.
C
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B
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A
Emergency use only
B
Maintenance
Vehicles with side skirts
A
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Indentations in the sills A show the
location of the jacking points.
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Removing a road wheel
WARNINGS
Park your vehicle in such a position
that neither the traffic nor you are
hindered or endangered.
Set up a warning triangle.
Make sure that the vehicle is on firm,
level ground with the wheels
pointing straight ahead.
Switch off the ignition and apply the
parking brake.
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If your vehicle has a manual
transmission, select first or reverse
gear. If it has an automatic
transmission, select park.
Have the passengers leave the
vehicle.
Secure the diagonally opposite
wheel with an appropriate block or
wheel chock.
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WARNINGS
Make sure that the arrows on
directional tyres point in the direction
of rotation when the vehicle is
moving forwards. If you have to fit a spare
wheel with the arrows pointing in the
opposite direction, have the tyre refitted
in the correct direction by a properly
trained technician.
Do not work underneath the vehicle
when it is supported only by a jack.
Make sure that the jack is vertical to
the jacking point and the base is flat
on the ground.
CAUTION
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Do not lay alloy wheels face down on
the ground, this will damage the
paint.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Install the locking wheel nut key.
Fully extend the wheel brace.
Slacken the wheel nuts.
Jack up the vehicle until the tyre is
clear of the ground.
6. Remove the wheel nuts and the
wheel.
Note: The spare wheel is located under
the floor cover in the luggage
compartment.
1.
Insert the flat end of the wheel brace
between the rim and the hub cover
and carefully remove the hub cap or
cover.
Installing a road wheel
WARNINGS
Use only approved wheel and tyre
sizes. Using other sizes could
damage the vehicle and will make
the National Type Approval invalid. See
Technical specifications (page 219).
Do not fit run flat tyres on vehicles
that were not originally fitted with
them. Please contact your dealer
for more details regarding compatibility.
CAUTION
Do not install alloy wheels using
wheel nuts designed for use with
steel wheels.
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Note: Make sure the wheel and hub
contact surfaces are free from foreign
matter.
5. Lower the vehicle and remove the
jack.
6. Fully tighten the wheel nuts in the
sequence shown. See Technical
specifications (page 219).
7. Install the hub cap or cover using the
ball of your hand.
Note: Make sure that the cones on the
wheel nuts are against the wheel.
1. Install the wheel.
2. Install the wheel nuts finger tight.
WARNING
Have the wheel nuts checked for
tightness and the tyre pressure
checked as soon as possible.
Note: If the spare wheel is different in size
or construction to the road wheels, have
this replaced as soon as possible.
TYRE REPAIR KIT
Your vehicle may not have a spare tyre.
In this case it will have an emergency tyre
repair kit that can be used to repair one
flat tyre.
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The tyre repair kit is located in the spare
wheel well.
3. Install the locking wheel nut key.
General information
WARNINGS
Depending on the type and extent
of tyre damage, some tyres can
only be partially sealed or not sealed
at all. Loss of tyre pressure can affect
vehicle handling, leading to loss of vehicle
control.
1
4
3
5
Do not use the tyre repair kit if the
tyre has already been damaged as
a result of being driven under
inflated.
2
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Do not try to seal damage other
than that located within the visible
tread of the tyre.
4. Partially tighten the wheel nuts in the
sequence shown.
Do not try to seal damage to the
tyre’s sidewall.
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The tyre repair kit seals most tyre
punctures [with a diameter of up to six
millimetres (1/4 inch)] to temporarily
restore mobility.
•
Observe the following rules when using
the kit:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Drive with caution and avoid
making sudden steering or
driving manoeuvres, especially if
the vehicle is heavily loaded or you are
towing a trailer.
The kit will provide you with an
emergency temporary repair, enabling
you to continue your journey to the
next vehicle or tyre dealer, or to drive
a maximum distance of
200 kilometres (125 miles).
Do not exceed a maximum speed
of 80 km/h (50 mph).
Keep the kit out of the reach of
children.
Only use the kit when the ambient
temperature is between –30°C (-22°F)
and +70°C (+158°F).
•
•
•
•
Using the tyre repair kit
Park your vehicle at the roadside so
that you do not obstruct the flow of
traffic and so that you are able to use
the kit without being in danger.
Apply the parking brake, even if you
have parked on a level road, to make
sure that the vehicle will not move.
Do not attempt to remove foreign
objects like nails or screws penetrating
the tyre.
Leave the engine running while the kit
is in use, but not if the vehicle is in an
enclosed or poorly ventilated area (for
example, inside a building). In these
circumstances, switch the
compressor on with the engine turned
off.
Replace the sealant bottle with a new
one before the expiry date (see top
of bottle) is reached.
Inform all other users of the vehicle
that the tyre has been temporarily
sealed with the tyre repair kit and
make them aware of the special
driving conditions to be observed.
Inflating the tyre
WARNINGS
Compressed air can act as an
explosive or propellant.
WARNINGS
Check the sidewall of the tyre prior
to inflation. If there are any cracks,
bumps or similar damage, do not
attempt to inflate the tyre.
Never leave the tyre repair kit
unattended while in use.
Do not stand directly beside the tyre
while the compressor is pumping.
CAUTION
Watch the sidewall of the tyre. If any
cracks, bumps or similar damage
appear, turn off the compressor and
let the air out by means of the pressure
relief valve B. Do not continue driving with
this tyre.
Do not keep the compressor
operating for more than 10 minutes.
Note: Use the tyre repair kit only for the
vehicle with which it was supplied.
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WARNINGS
The sealant contains natural rubber
latex. Avoid contact with skin and
clothing. If this happens, rinse the
affected areas immediately with plenty of
water and contact your doctor.
CAUTION
Screwing the bottle onto the bottle
holder will pierce the seal of the
bottle. Do not unscrew the bottle
from the holder as the sealant will escape.
If the tyre inflation pressure does not
reach 1.8 bar (26 psi) within seven
minutes, the tyre may have suffered
excessive damage, making a temporary
repair impossible. In this case, do not
continue driving with this tyre.
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A
K
B
J
C
I
D
H
E
G
F
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A
Protective cap
B
Pressure relief valve
C
Hose
D
Orange cap
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E
Bottle holder
F
Pressure gauge
G
Power plug with cable
H
Compressor switch
I
Label
J
Bottle lid
K
Sealant bottle
1. Open the lid of the tyre repair kit.
2. Peel off the label I showing the
maximum permissible speed of
80 km/h (50 mph) from the casing
and attach it to the instrument panel
in the driver’s field of view. Make sure
the label does not obscure anything
important.
3. Take the hose C and the power plug
with cable G out of the kit.
4. Unscrew the orange cap D and the
bottle lid J.
5. Screw the sealant bottle K clockwise
into the bottle holder E fully tight.
6. Remove the valve cap from the
damaged tyre.
7. Detach the protective cap A from the
hose C and screw the hose C firmly
onto the valve of the damaged tyre.
8. Make sure that the compressor switch
H is in position 0.
9. Insert the power plug G into the cigar
lighter socket or auxiliary power
socket. See Cigar lighter (page 121).
See Auxiliary power sockets
(page 122).
10. Start the engine.
11. Move the compressor switch H to
position 1.
12.
Inflate the tyre for no longer than
seven minutes to an inflation
pressure of minimum 1.8 bar (26 psi)
and a maximum of 3.5 bar (51 psi).
Move the compressor switch H to
position 0 and check the current tyre
pressure with pressure gauge F.
13.
Remove the power plug G from the
cigar lighter socket or auxiliary power
socket.
14.
Quickly unscrew the hose C from
the tyre valve and replace the
protective cap A. Fasten the valve
cap again.
15.
Leave the sealant bottle K in the
bottle holder E.
Make sure the kit, the bottle lid and
the orange cap are stored safely, but
still easily accessible in the vehicle.
The kit will be required again when
you check the tyre pressure.
Immediately drive approximately
three kilometres (two miles) so that
the sealant can seal the damaged
area.
16.
17.
Note: When pumping in the sealant
through the tyre valve, the pressure may
rise up to 6 bar (87 psi) but will drop again
after about 30 seconds.
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8. Drive to the nearest tyre specialist to
get the damaged tyre replaced.
Before the tyre is removed from the
rim, inform your tyre dealer that the
tyre contains sealant. Renew the kit
as soon as possible after it has been
used once.
WARNING
If you experience heavy vibrations,
unsteady steering behaviour or
noises while driving, reduce your
speed and drive with caution to a place
where it is safe for you to stop the vehicle.
Recheck the tyre and its pressure. If the
tyre pressure is less than 1.3 bar (19 psi)
or if there are any cracks, bumps or similar
damage visible, do not continue driving
with this tyre.
Note: Remember that emergency
roadside tyre repair kits only provide
temporary mobility. Regulations
concerning tyre repair after usage of tyre
repair kit may differ from country to
country. You should consult a tyre
specialist for advice.
Checking the tyre pressure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Stop the vehicle after driving
approximately three kilometres
(two miles). Check, and where
necessary, adjust the pressure of the
damaged tyre.
Attach the kit and read the tyre
pressure from the pressure gauge F.
If the pressure of the sealant-filled tyre
is 1.3 bar (19 psi) or more, adjust it to
the specified pressure. See
Technical specifications (page
219).
Follow the inflation procedure once
again to top up the tyre.
Check the tyre pressure again from
the pressure gauge F. If the tyre
pressure is too high, deflate the tyre
to the specified pressure using the
pressure relief valve B.
Once you have inflated the tyre to its
correct tyre pressure, move the
compressor switch H to position 0,
remove the power plug G from the
socket, unscrew the hose C, fasten
the valve cap and replace the
protective cap A.
WARNING
Before driving, make sure the tyre
is adjusted to the recommended
inflation pressure. See Technical
specifications (page 219). Monitor the
tyre pressure until the sealed tyre is
replaced.
Empty sealant bottles can be disposed
of together with normal household waste.
Return remains of sealant to your dealer
or dispose of it in compliance with local
waste disposal regulations.
7. Leave the sealant bottle K in the bottle
holder E and store the kit away safely
in its original location.
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When a standard tyre experiences a
drastic loss of inflation pressure, the rim
of the wheel brings the full weight of the
vehicle to bear on the collapsed sidewalls.
You can barely manoeuvre the vehicle
and the tyre is destroyed.
RUN FLAT TYRES
Principle of operation
Standard tyre
A
Run flat tyres have sturdy, reinforced
sidewalls that support the rim should the
tyre suffer a loss of inflation pressure.
B
What to do if a run flat tyre has
a puncture
C
Due to the run-flat properties of these
tyres, you may not notice any tyre defect.
Your vehicle is equipped with a tyre
pressure monitoring system that alerts
you to any drop in tyre pressure. See
Technical specifications (page 219).
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A
Wheel rim position with correct
tyre pressure
B
Wheel rim position with
insufficient tyre pressure
•
C
Tyre
•
In the event of a tyre defect:
Run flat tyre
B
A
•
•
immediately slow down to a maximum
speed of 80 km/h (50 mph)
avoid sudden or erratic braking and
steering manoeuvres and be
especially careful negotiating bends
do not drive more than 80 kilometres
(50 miles) after the defect is detected
have the defective tyre replaced as
soon as possible.
Replacing run flat tyres
D
WARNINGS
Make sure that the workshop is
aware that your vehicle is equipped
with special run flat tyres.
C
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A
Wheel rim position with correct
tyre pressure
B
Wheel rim position with
insufficient tyre pressure
C
Tyre
D
Reinforced sidewall
Never repair or reuse run flat tyres
that are damaged or have been
driven on run flat.
If a run flat tyre has to be replaced, have
the respective wheel rim inspected for
any damage.
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Examine the tyres regularly for cuts,
foreign objects and uneven wear of the
tread. Uneven wear could mean that the
wheel alignment is outside specification.
WARNINGS
Do not fit a mixture of run flat and
standard tyres. In isolated cases, a
standard tyre can be temporarily
mounted on a vehicle otherwise equipped
with run flat tyres. It must be pointed out
to the driver that the standard tyre has no
runflat properties.
Check the tyre pressures (including the
spare) when cold, every two weeks.
USING WINTER TYRES
Do not fit run flat tyres on vehicles
that were not originally fitted with
them. Please contact your dealer
for more details regarding compatibility.
CAUTION
Make sure that you use the correct
wheel nuts for the type of wheel the
winter tyres are fitted to.
Run flat tyres may be sold and mounted
only by specially trained and certified tyre
dealers.
If winter tyres are used, make sure that
the tyre pressures are correct. See
Technical specifications (page 219).
TYRE CARE
USING SNOW CHAINS
WARNINGS
Do not exceed 50 km/h (30 mph).
Do not use snow chains on
snow-free roads.
Do not fit snow chains to 235/45 R
17, 235/40 R 18 or T125/90 R 16
tyres.
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To make sure the front and rear tyres of
your vehicle wear evenly and last longer,
we recommend that you swap the tyres
from front to rear and vice versa at regular
intervals of between 5 000 and 10 000
km (3 000 and 6 000 miles).
CAUTION
If your vehicle is fitted with wheel
trims, remove them before fitting
snow chains.
CAUTION
Note: The ABS will continue to operate
normally.
Do not scrub the sidewalls of the
tyres when you are parking.
Only use small link snow chains.
Only use snow chains on the front wheels.
If you have to mount a kerb, do so slowly
and approach it with the wheels at
right-angles to the kerb.
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Checking the tyre pressures
TYRE PRESSURE
MONITORING SYSTEM
Note: If the tyre pressures are greater
than or equal to 3.3 bar (48 lbf/in²), you
will see the + symbol below the pressure
value. The system only measures
pressure up to 3.3 bar (48 lbf/in²). The +
symbol indicates that the tyre pressures
may be higher.
WARNINGS
The system does not relieve you of
your responsibility to regularly check
the tyre pressures.
The system will only provide a low
tyre pressure warning. It will not
inflate the tyres.
Note: Type 3 instrument clusters have a
slightly different menu structure. Select
Settings first to access Information.
The system may take longer to
detect low pressure in the tyres if
you have fitted snow chains.
1.
Do not drive on significantly
under-inflated tyres. This may cause
the tyres to overheat and fail.
Under-inflation reduces fuel efficiency,
tyre tread life and may also affect your
ability to drive the vehicle safely.
2.
3.
4.
CAUTIONS
Do not bend or damage the valves
when you are inflating the tyres.
5.
Have tyres installed by properly
trained technicians.
Press the right arrow button on the
steering wheel to enter the main
menu.
Highlight Information with the up
and down buttons and press the right
arrow button.
Highlight Tyre Pressures with the
up and down buttons and press the
right arrow button.
Highlight the desired setting and press
the OK button to confirm the setting.
Press the left arrow button to exit the
menu. Hold the left arrow button
pressed to return to the trip computer
display.
Setting the vehicle load
The system monitors the pressure in the
tyres using sensors located on the wheels
and a receiver located in your vehicle.
When the system detects low pressure
in the tyres, a warning message is
displayed in the information display. See
Information messages (page 92).
Note: Type 3 instrument clusters have a
slightly different menu structure. Select
Settings first to access Setup.
Correct tyre pressure settings depend on
vehicle load. See Technical
specifications (page 219). The system
can only detect low pressure if you have
entered the current vehicle load.
If a low pressure warning message is
displayed in the information display, check
the tyre pressures as soon as possible
and inflate them to the recommended
pressure. See Technical
specifications (page 219). If this
happens frequently, have the cause
determined and rectified as soon as
possible.
1.
Press the right arrow button on the
steering wheel to enter the main
menu.
2. Highlight Setup with the up and down
buttons and press the right arrow
button.
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3. Highlight Tyre Pressures with the
up and down buttons and press the
right arrow button.
4. Highlight the desired setting and press
the OK button to confirm the setting.
5. Press the left arrow button to exit the
menu. Hold the left arrow button
pressed to return to the trip computer
display.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Wheel nut torque
Wheel type
Nm (Ib-ft)
All
140 (103)
Tyre pressures (cold tyres)
Up to 80 km/h (50 mph)
Tyre pressures
Normal load
Variant
All
Tyre size
T125/90 R 16
Full load
Front
Rear
Front
Rear
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
4.2 (61)
4.2 (61)
4.2 (61)
4.2 (61)
Up to 160 km/h (100 mph)
Tyre pressures
Normal load
Variant
Tyre size
Full load
Front
Rear
Front
Rear
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
1.6L Duratec-Ti-VCT
205/55 R 16
2.2 (32)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
2.0L Duratec-HE
215/55 R 16
2.2 (32)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
2.0L Duratec-HE
235/45 R 17
2.2 (32)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
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Normal load
Variant
Tyre size
Full load
Front
Rear
Front
Rear
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
2.0L Duratec-HE
235/40 R 18
2.2 (32)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
2.3L Duratec-HE
215/55 R 16
2.2 (32)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
2.3L Duratec-HE
235/45 R 17
2.2 (32)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
2.3L Duratec-HE
235/40 R 18
2.2 (32)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
2.5L Duratec-ST
215/55 R 16
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
2.5L Duratec-ST
235/45 R 17
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36))
2.8 (41)
2.5L Duratec-ST
235/40 R 18
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
1.8L Duratorq-TDCi
205/55 R 16
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
1.8L Duratorq-TDCi
215/55 R 16
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
1.8L Duratorq-TDCi
235/45 R 17
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
1.8L Duratorq-TDCi
235/40 R 18
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
2.0L Duratorq-TDCi
215/55 R 16
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
2.0L Duratorq-TDCi
235/45 R 17
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
2.0L Duratorq-TDCi
235/40 R 18
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
2.2L Duratorq-TDCi
215/55 R 16
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
2.2L Duratorq-TDCi
235/45 R 17
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
2.2L Duratorq-TDCi
235/40 R 18
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
Continuous speed in excess of 160 km/h (100 mph)
Tyre pressures
Normal load
Variant
1.6L Duratec-Ti-VCT
Tyre size
205/55 R 16
Full load
Front
Rear
Front
Rear
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
2.2 (32)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
220
Wheels and tyres
Normal load
Variant
Tyre size
Full load
Front
Rear
Front
Rear
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
bar
(lbf/in²)
2.0L Duratec-HE
215/55 R 16
2.2 (32)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
2.0L Duratec-HE
235/45 R 17
2.2 (32)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
2.0L Duratec-HE
235/40 R 18
2.2 (32)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
2.3L Duratec-HE
215/55 R 16
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.6 (38)
2.8 (41)
2.3L Duratec-HE
235/45 R 17
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.6 (38)
2.8 (41)
2.3L Duratec-HE
235/40 R 18
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.6 (38)
2.8 (41)
2.5L Duratec-ST
215/55 R 16
2.5 (36)
2.3 (33)
2.7 (39)
3 (44)
2.5L Duratec-ST
235/45 R 17
2.5 (36)
2.3 (33)
2.7 (39)
3 (44)
2.5L Duratec-ST
235/40 R 18
2.5 (36)
2.3 (33)
2.7 (39)
3 (44)
1.8L Duratorq-TDCi
205/55 R 16
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.6 (38)
3 (44)
1.8L Duratorq-TDCi
215/55 R 16
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
1.8L Duratorq-TDCi
235/45 R 17
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
1.8L Duratorq-TDCi
235/40 R 18
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
2.0L Duratorq-TDCi
215/55 R 16
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
2.0L Duratorq-TDCi
235/45 R 17
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
2.0L Duratorq-TDCi
235/40 R 18
2.4 (35)
2.2 (32)
2.5 (36)
2.8 (41)
2.2L Duratorq-TDCi
215/55 R 16
2.5 (36)
2.3 (33)
2.7 (39)
3 (44)
2.2L Duratorq-TDCi
235/45 R 17
2.5 (36)
2.3 (33)
2.7 (39)
3 (44)
2.2L Duratorq-TDCi
235/40 R 18
2.5 (36)
2.3 (33)
2.7 (39)
3 (44)
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Vehicle identification
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
PLATE
B
A
E
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
NUMBER (VIN)
D
C
E85610
E87496
A
Vehicle identification number
B
Gross vehicle weight
C
Gross train weight
D
Maximum front axle weight
E
Maximum rear axle weight
The vehicle identification number is
stamped into the floor panel on the
right-hand side, beside the front seat. It is
also shown on the left-hand side of the
instrument panel.
The vehicle identification number and
maximum weights are shown on a plate
located on the lock side of the passenger
door aperture at the bottom.
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Technical specifications
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Vehicle dimensions
4-door
D
A
C
E
B
E87088
Item
Dimension description
Dimension in mm
(inches)
A
Maximum length
4 844 (190.7)
B
Overall width including exterior mirrors
2 078 (81.8)
Overall height at EC kerb weight
1 453 - 1 500
(57.2 - 59.1)
C
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Technical specifications
Item
Dimension description
D
Wheelbase
2 850 (112.2)
Front track
1 579 - 1 589 (62.2 62.6)
Rear track
1 595 - 1 605 (62.8 63.2)
E
E
5-door
D
A
C
E
B
E87089
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Dimension in mm
(inches)
Technical specifications
Item
A
B
C
D
E
E
Dimension description
Maximum length
Dimension in mm
(inches)
4 778 - 4 802 (188.1 189.1)
Overall width including exterior mirrors
2 078 (81.8)
Overall height at EC kerb weight
1 453 - 1 500
(57.2 - 59.1)
Wheelbase
2 850 (112.2)
Front track
1 579 - 1 589 (62.2 62.6)
Rear track
1 595 - 1 605 (62.8 63.2)
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Technical specifications
Estate
D
A
C
E
B
E87090
Item
A
B
C
C
D
Dimension description
Maximum length
Dimension in mm
(inches)
4 830 - 4 856 (190.2 191.2)
Overall width including exterior mirrors
2 078 (81.8)
Overall height at EC kerb weight without roof bars
1 466 - 1 512
(57.7 - 59.5)
Overall height at EC kerb weight including roof bars 1 502 - 1 548 (59.1 - 61)
Wheelbase
2 850 (112.2)
226
Technical specifications
Item
Dimension description
E
E
Dimension in mm
(inches)
Front track
1 579 - 1 589 (62.2 62.6)
Rear track
1 595 - 1 605 (62.8 63.2)
Towing equipment dimensions
4-door
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
E87091
Item
Dimension description
Dimension in mm
(inches)
A
Bumper – end of tow ball
102 (4)
B
Attachment point – centre of tow ball
1 (0.04)
227
Technical specifications
Item
Dimension description
Dimension in mm
(inches)
C
Wheel centre – centre of tow ball
1 150 (45.3)
D
Centre of tow ball – side member
438 (17.2)
E
Inner side of side member
876 (34.5)
F
Centre of tow ball – centre 1. attachment point
434 (17.1)
G
Centre of tow ball – centre 2. attachment point
707 (27.8)
5-door
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
E87092
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Technical specifications
Item
Dimension description
Dimension in mm
(inches)
A
Bumper – end of tow ball
100 (3.9)
A
Bumper – end of tow ball (with sport bumper)
90 (3.5)
B
Attachment point – centre of tow ball
1 (0.04)
C
Wheel centre – centre of tow ball
1 082 (42.6)
D
Centre of tow ball – side member
438 (17.2)
E
Inner side of side member
876 (34.5)
F
Centre of tow ball – centre 1. attachment point
364 (14.3)
G
Centre of tow ball – centre 2. attachment point
637 (25.1)
Estate
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
E87093
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Technical specifications
Item
Dimension description
Dimension in mm
(inches)
A
Bumper – end of tow ball
100 - 110 (3.9 - 4.3)
B
Attachment point – centre of tow ball
1 (0.04)
C
Wheel centre – centre of tow ball
1 134 - 1 144 (44.7 - 45)
D
Centre of tow ball – side member
438 (17.2)
E
Inner side of side member
876 (34.5)
F
Centre of tow ball – centre 1. attachment point
419 - 429 (16.5 - 16.9)
G
Centre of tow ball – centre 2. attachment point
692 - 702 (27.2 - 27.6)
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Telephone
GENERAL INFORMATION
TELEPHONE SETUP
Phonebook
CAUTION
Using the system with the engine off
will drain the battery.
Note: It may be necessary to confirm
phonebook access to the Bluetooth
system via the mobile phone.
This section describes the functions and
features of the Bluetooth mobile phone
hands free system.
After start up access to the phonebook
list can be delayed for several minutes,
depending upon the size.
The Bluetooth mobile phone part of the
system provides interaction with the audio
or navigation system and your mobile
phone. It allows you to use the audio or
navigation system to make and receive
calls without having to use your mobile
phone.
Phonebook categories
Depending on your phonebook entry,
different categories can be displayed in
the audio unit.
For example:
Compatibility of phones
M
Mobile
CAUTION
O
Office
As no common agreement exists,
mobile phone manufacturers are able
to implement a variety of profiles in
their Bluetooth devices. Because of this,
an incompatibility can occur between the
phone and hands-free system, which in
some cases may significantly degrade the
system performance. To avoid this
situation, only recommended phones
should be used.
H
Home
F
Fax
Note: Entries may be displayed without
a category attachment.
The category can also be indicated as an
icon:
Phone
Please visit the website www.fordmobile-connectivity.com for full
details.
E87990
Mobile
E87991
Phones with Symbian operating
system
Home
E87992
Note: Certain phones require a special
file to be installed to enable full phonebook
access via Bluetooth.
Office
E87993
This is referred to as a SIS file and will be
available to download via the Ford website
www.fordmobile-connectivity.com.
Fax
E87994
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Telephone
Making a phone an active
phone
Handling of phones
Up to six Bluetooth devices can be
bonded to the vehicle system.
When using the system for the first time,
no phone is connected to the system.
Note: If there is an ongoing call when the
phone in use is selected as the new active
phone, the call is transferred to the vehicle
audio system.
After switching on the ignition and the
audio unit, the Bluetooth phone must be
bonded to the system.
Note: Even if connected to the car
system, your phone can still be used in
the usual way.
Bluetooth phone
After bonding a Bluetooth phone to the
system, this becomes the active phone.
For further information refer to the phone
menu.
Requirements for Bluetooth
connection
Select the phone from the active phone
menu.
The following are required before a
Bluetooth phone connection can be
made.
Turning the ignition and radio or navigation
unit back on again, the last active phone
is picked up by the system.
1.
Note: In some cases the Bluetooth
connection must also be confirmed on
the phone.
Bond another Bluetooth phone
2.
Bond a new Bluetooth phone as
described in the requirements for a
Bluetooth connection.
3.
4.
5.
Phones stored in the system are
accessible by using the phone list on the
audio unit.
Note: A maximum of six devices may be
bonded. If six Bluetooth devices have
already been bonded, one of these has
to be debonded in order to bond a new
device.
The Bluetooth feature must be
activated on the phone and on the
audio unit. Make sure the Bluetooth
menu option in the audio unit is set to
ON. For information on phone
settings, refer to your phone user
guide.
The private mode must not be
activated on the Bluetooth phone.
Search for audio device.
Select Ford Audio.
Enter the code number shown on the
vehicle display using the phone
keypad. If no code number is shown
on the display, enter the Bluetooth PIN
number 0000 using the phone
keypad. Now enter the Bluetooth PIN
number shown on the vehicle display.
Note: A phone call will be disconnected
if the audio unit is switched off. If the
ignition key is turned to the off position
the phone call will remain in progress.
BLUETOOTH SETUP
Before you can use your telephone with
your vehicle it must be bonded to the
vehicle telephone system.
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Telephone
Remote control
Note: You can exit the phone menu by
pressing any source button CD, AM/FM
or AUX.
Voice, accept and reject button
Making a call
TELEPHONE CONTROLS
1
Dialling a number using voice
control
2
Phone numbers can be dialled using voice
control. See Telephone commands
(page 250).
Dialling a number using the address
book
You can access your phone address
book via Bluetooth. The entries will appear
in the unit display.
E87662
1
Voice button
2
Accept and reject button
1.
Press the PHONE or the call accept
button.
2. Press the MENU button.
3. Keep pressing the MENU button until
PHONEBOOK appears.
4. Press the seek buttons to select the
desired phone number.
The VOICE button is used to activate or
switch off the Voice control.
On vehicles with an accept and reject
button, phone calls can be accepted and
rejected by pressing the appropriate
button.
Note: Press and hold the seek button to
skip to the next letter in the alphabet.
Note: Some audio units have the accept
and reject buttons on the front bezel.
These operate in the same way.
5. Press the PHONE or the call accept
button to dial the selected phone
number.
Dialling a number using the address
book - Sony radio
USING THE TELEPHONE VEHICLES WITHOUT:
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
You can access your phone address
book via Bluetooth. The entries will appear
in the unit display.
This chapter describes the phone
functions of the audio unit.
1.
Press the PHONE button.
2. Press the seek button until the phone
book is shown.
3. Press the up/down arrow buttons to
select the desired phone number.
Note: Refer to your audio guide for
details of the controls.
An active phone must be present.
Even if connected to the audio unit, your
phone can still be used in the usual way.
Note: Press and hold the up/down arrow
buttons to skip to the next letter in the
alphabet.
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Telephone
4. Press the PHONE or the call accept
button to dial the selected phone
number.
5. Press the PHONE or the call accept
button to dial the desired phone
number.
Dialling a number using the
telephone keypad
Redialling a number - Sony radio
1.
Press the PHONE or the call accept
button.
2. Press the seek button until the desired
list is displayed.
If you have an audio unit with a telephone
keypad (buttons 0-9, * and #):
1.
Press the call accept button. Press
the PHONE button if you have a Sony
radio.
2. Dial the number using the telephone
keypad on the audio unit.
3. Press the call accept button.
Note: If the active phone does not
provide a call out list, the last outgoing call
number/entry can be redialled.
3. Press the up/down buttons to select
the desired phone number.
4. Press the PHONE or the call accept
button to dial the phone number.
Note: If you enter an incorrect digit whilst
entering a phone number, press the seek
left button to erase the last digit. A long
press will erase the complete string of
digits.
Redialling the last dialled number Sony radio
Press and hold 0 to enter a + digit.
1. Press the call accept button.
2. Press the call accept button a second
time to dial the number.
Ending a call
Calls can be ended by pressing the call
reject button.
Receiving an incoming call
Audio units without a telephone keypad
can also end a call by pressing either
PHONE, CD, AM/FM or ON/OFF, or
by pressing the MODE button on the
remote control
Accepting an incoming call
Incoming calls can be accepted by
pressing either the call accept button, the
PHONE button or the MODE button on
the remote control.
Redialling a number
1.
Rejecting an incoming call
Press the PHONE or the call accept
button.
Incoming calls can be rejected by
pressing the call reject button.
2. Press the MENU button.
3. Select the CALL OUT list or the
CALL IN list. On some audio units,
select the MISSED, INCOMING or
OUTGOING calls list.
Audio units without a telephone keypad
can also reject a call by pressing either
PHONE, CD, AM/FM or ON/OFF.
Receiving a second incoming
call
Note: If the active phone does not
provide a call out list, the last outgoing call
number/entry can be redialled.
Note: The second incoming call function
must be activated in your phone.
4. Press the seek button on the audio
unit.
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Telephone
If there is an incoming call whilst there is
an ongoing call, a beep will be heard and
you will have the option to end the active
call and to accept the incoming call.
2. Press the preset number required
(using the station preset buttons 1 6).
Using the audio unit menu
Accepting a second incoming call
Note: After bonding a phone to the
system, this becomes the active phone.
Second incoming calls can be accepted
by pressing either the call accept button,
the PHONE button, or the MODE button
on the remote control.
1.
2. Press the MENU button on the audio
unit.
3. Select the ACTIVE PHONE option
on the audio unit.
4. Scroll through the different stored
phones by using the seek buttons to
display the bonded phones.
5. Press the MENU button to select the
phone which is to be the active phone.
Rejecting a second incoming call
Second incoming calls can be rejected by
pressing the call reject button. Units
without a telephone keypad can also
reject a second incoming call by pressing
the CD button, or the AM/FM button.
Muting the microphone
During a call, it is possible to mute the
microphone. Whilst muted, confirmation
will appear in the display.
Debonding a bonded phone
A bonded phone can be deleted from the
system at any time, unless a phone call is
in progress.
Audio units with green call accept
button
1.
Press the call accept button. Press the
button once again to turn this function off.
Press the PHONE or call accept
button.
2. Press the MENU button on the audio
unit.
3. Select the DEBOND option on the
audio unit.
4. Scroll through the different phones by
using the seek buttons and display the
phone to be debonded.
5. Press the MENU button to select the
phone which is to be debonded.
Audio units without green call
accept button
Press the seek up or down button. Press
the button once again to turn this function
off.
Changing the active phone
Note: Phones must be bonded to the
system before they can be made active.
Debonding a bonded phone Sony radio
Using the station storage button
Note: This process is only for audio units
without a telephone keypad.
1.
Press the PHONE or call accept
button.
A bonded phone can be deleted from the
system at any time, unless a phone call is
in progress.
Press the PHONE button on the
audio unit.
1.
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Press the PHONE button.
Telephone
Receiving an incoming call
2. Press the up/down arrow buttons until
you reach the DEBOND option.
3. Scroll through the different phones by
using the seek buttons and display the
phone to be debonded.
4. Press the OK button to be debond.
Accepting an incoming call
Incoming calls can be accepted by
pressing either the call accept button, the
MODE button on the remote control, the
PHONE button on the unit or by using
the ACCEPT option in the menu.
USING THE TELEPHONE VEHICLES WITH:
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
Rejecting an incoming call
This chapter describes the phone
functions of the Navigation System.
Incoming calls can be rejected by
pressing either the call reject button, the
CD or AM/FM buttons on the unit, or by
using the REJECT option in the menu.
Note: Refer to your Navigation System
guide for details of the controls.
Receiving a second incoming
call
An active phone must be present.
Note: The second incoming call function
must be activated in your phone.
Even if connected to the Navigation
System, your phone can still be used in
the usual way.
If there is an incoming call, whilst there is
an ongoing call, a beep will be heard and
you will have the option to end the active
call and to accept the incoming call.
Making a call
Dialling a number
Accepting a second incoming call
Phone numbers can be dialled using voice
control. See Voice control (page 238).
Ending a call
Calls can be ended by pressing either the
END button, the MODE button on the
remote switch or the ON/OFF button on
the navigation system.
Note: This will cancel the ongoing call.
Rejecting a second incoming call
Redialling a number
1.
Second incoming calls can be accepted
by pressing either the call accept button,
the MODE button on the remote control,
the PHONE button on the unit or by
using the ACCEPT option in the menu.
Second incoming calls can be rejected by
pressing either the call reject button, or
one of the following buttons on the unit:
CD, AM/FM.
Press the PHONE button on the unit.
2. Select REDIAL.
Muting the microphone
During a call, it is possible to mute the
microphone. Whilst muted, confirmation
will appear in the display.
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Telephone
DVD navigation units
Press the mute button (symbol of a
microphone with a line through it). Press
the button once again to turn this function
off.
CD navigation units
Press the microphone mute button. Press
the button once again to turn this function
off.
Changing the active phone
Note: Phones must be bonded to the
system before they can be made active.
Note: After bonding a phone to the
system, this becomes the active phone.
1.
Press the PHONE button on the unit.
2. Using the BT SETTINGS option in
the menu, select the active phone
from the list.
Debonding a bonded phone
A bonded phone can be deleted from the
system at any time, unless a phone call is
in progress.
1.
Press the PHONE button on the unit.
2. Select the BT SETTINGS option in
the menu.
3. Select the DEBOND option in the
menu.
4. Select the phone from the list.
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Voice control
System response
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
As you work through a voice session the
system will prompt you with a beep tone
each time the system is ready to proceed.
CAUTION
Using the system with the engine off
will drain the battery.
Do not try to give any commands until the
beep tone has been heard. The voice
control system will repeat each spoken
command back to you.
Voice recognition enables operation of
the system without the need to divert your
attention from the road ahead in order to
change settings, or receive feedback
from the system.
If you are not sure how to continue say
"HELP" for assistance or "CANCEL" if you
do not wish to continue.
Whenever you issue one of the defined
commands with the system active, the
voice recognition system converts your
command into a control signal for the
system. Your inputs take the form of
dialogues or commands. You are guided
through these dialogues by
announcements or questions.
The "HELP" function provides only a
subset of the available voice commands.
Detailed explanations of all possible voice
commands can be found on the following
pages.
Voice commands
All voice commands should be given using
a natural speaking voice, as if speaking to
a passenger or on the phone. Your voice
level should be dependant on the
surrounding noise level inside or outside
the vehicle but do not shout.
Please familiarise yourself with the
functions of the system before using voice
recognition.
Supported commands
The voice control system allows you to
control the following vehicle functions:
USING VOICE CONTROL
•
Bluetooth phone
•
radio
•
CD Player/CD Changer
•
external device (USB)
•
external device (iPod)
•
SD card
•
automatic climate control
<> indicates a number or stored name tag
to be inserted by the user.
•
navigation system (DVD units only refer to separate DVD navigation
handbook).
Short cuts
System operation
The order and content of the voice
controls are given in the following lists. The
tables show the sequence of user voice
commands and system responses for
each available function.
There are a number of voice command
short cuts available, which allow you to
control some vehicle features without
having to follow the complete command
menu. These are:
Note: The voice control system is
language specific. If you require the
system to operate in another language
please consult your dealer.
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•
•
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Name tag
phone: "MOBILE NAME", "DIAL
NUMBER", "DIAL NAME", and
"REDIAL"
CD player/CD changer: "DISC" and
"TRACK"
automatic climate control:
"TEMPERATURE", "AUTO MODE",
"DEFROSTING/DEMISTING ON" and
"DEFROSTING/DEMISTING OFF"
radio: "TUNE NAME"
external device (USB): "TRACK"
external device (iPod): "TRACK"
SD card: "TRACK".
The name tag functionality can support
the phone, audio and navigation features
by using the "STORE NAME" function. You
can assign name tags to items such as
favourite radio stations and personal
phone contacts. See Audio unit
commands (page 239). See Telephone
commands (page 250). See
Navigation system commands
(page 254).
•
Store up to 20 name tags per function.
•
The average recording time for each
name tag is approximately 2-3
seconds.
Start communicating with the
system
AUDIO UNIT COMMANDS
Before you can start talking to the system
you first have to press the VOICE or
MODE button for each operation and
wait until the system answers with a beep.
See (page 238).
CD Player
You can control playback directly by voice
control.
Press the button again to cancel the voice
session.
Overview
The overview below shows the available
voice commands. The following lists will
give further information about the
complete command menu in selected
examples.
"CD PLAYER"
"HELP"
"PLAY"
*
"TRACK"
"SHUFFLE ALL"
"SHUFFLE FOLDER"
**
"SHUFFLE OFF"
"REPEAT FOLDER"
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Voice control
"CD PLAYER"
"REPEAT TRACK"
"REPEAT OFF"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
** Only available if the CD contains audio data files like MP3 or WMA.
Track
You can choose a track on your CD
directly.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"CD PLAYER"
"CD PLAYER"
2
"TRACK"
"TRACK NUMBER PLEASE"
3
"<a number between 1 and 99>"
*
**
"TRACK <number>"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
** Additionally, numbers can be spoken as up to four single digits (for example "2", "4",
"5" for track 245)
Shuffle all
To set random playback.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"CD PLAYER"
"CD PLAYER"
2
"SHUFFLE ALL"
CD Changer
Overview
The overview below shows the available
voice commands. The following lists will
give further information about the
complete command menu in selected
examples.
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"CD CHANGER"
"HELP"
"PLAY"
*
"DISC"
*
"TRACK"
"SHUFFLE ALL"
"SHUFFLE CD"
"SHUFFLE FOLDER"
**
"SHUFFLE OFF"
"REPEAT CD"
"REPEAT FOLDER"
**
"REPEAT TRACK"
"REPEAT OFF"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
** Only available if the CD contains audio data files like MP3 or WMA.
Disc
If you have a CD changer you can choose
the disc number.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"CD CHANGER"
"CD CHANGER"
2
"DISC"
"DISC NUMBER PLEASE"
3
"<a number between 1 and 6>"
"DISC <number>"
*
* Can be used as a shortcut.
Track
You can choose a track on your CD
directly.
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Steps
User says
System answer
1
"CD CHANGER"
"CD CHANGER"
2
"TRACK"
3
"<a number between 1 and 99>"
"TRACK NUMBER PLEASE"
*
"TRACK <number>"
**
* Can be used as a shortcut.
** Additionally, numbers can be spoken as up to four single digits (for example "2", "4",
"5" for track 245)
Shuffle CD
To set random playback within the CD
contents.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"CD CHANGER"
"CD CHANGER"
2
"SHUFFLE CD"
Overview
Radio
The overview below shows the available
voice commands. The following lists will
give further information about the
complete command menu.
The radio voice commands support the
functionality of the radio and allow you to
tune radio stations by voice control.
"RADIO"
"HELP"
"AM"
"FM"
"TUNE NAME"
*
"DELETE NAME"
"DELETE DIRECTORY"
"PLAY DIRECTORY"
"STORE NAME"
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"RADIO"
"PLAY"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
Tune frequency
This function allows you to tune your radio
by voice commands.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"RADIO"
"RADIO"
2
"AM"
"AM FREQUENCY PLEASE"
"FM"
"FM FREQUENCY PLEASE"
3
"TUNE <frequency>"
*
"<frequency>"
* The frequency may be entered in a variety of ways. Refer below for representative
examples.
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•
•
•
•
FM band: 87.5 - 108.0 in increments of 0.1
•
•
•
•
•
"Eighty nine point nine" (89.9)
"Ninety" (90.0)
"One hundred point five" (100.5)
"One zero one point one" (101.1)
"One zero eight" (108.0)
"Five thirty one" (531)
"Nine hundred" (900)
"Fourteen forty" (1440)
"Fifteen zero three" (1503)
"Ten eighty" (1080)
Store name
AM/MW band: 531 - 1602 in increments
of 9
If you have tuned a radio station, you can
store it with a name in the directory.
AM/LW band: 153 - 281 in increments of
1
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"RADIO"
"RADIO"
2
"STORE NAME"
"STORE NAME"
"NAME PLEASE"
3
"<name>"
"REPEAT NAME PLEASE"
4
"<name>"
"STORING NAME"
"<name> STORED"
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Tune name
This function allows you to call up a stored
radio station.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"RADIO"
"RADIO"
2
"TUNE NAME"
"NAME PLEASE"
3
"<name>"
"TUNE <name>"
*
* Can be used as a shortcut.
Delete name
This function allows you to delete a stored
radio station.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"RADIO"
"RADIO"
2
"DELETE NAME"
"NAME PLEASE"
3
"<name>"
"DELETE <name>"
"CONFIRM YES OR NO"
4
"YES"
"DELETED"
"NO"
"COMMAND CANCELLED"
Play directory
This function allows you to let the system
tell you all of the stored radio stations.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"RADIO"
"RADIO"
2
"PLAY DIRECTORY"
"PLAY <DIRECTORY>"
Delete directory
This function allows you to delete all
stored radio stations at once.
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Steps
User says
System answer
1
"RADIO"
"RADIO"
2
"DELETE DIRECTORY"
"DELETE DIRECTORY"
"CONFIRM YES OR NO"
3
"YES"
"RADIO DIRECTORY DELETED"
"NO"
"COMMAND CANCELLED"
Play
This function switches the audio source
to the radio mode.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"RADIO"
"RADIO"
2
"PLAY"
Auxiliary input
This function allows you to switch the
audio source to the attached auxiliary
input device.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"EXTERNAL DEVICE"
"EXTERNAL DEVICE"
2
"LINE IN"
"LINE IN"
Overview
External devices - USB
The overview below shows the available
voice commands. The following lists will
give further information about the
complete command menu in selected
examples.
These voice commands support the
functionality of an external USB device
which may be connected to the audio
unit.
"EXTERNAL DEVICE", "USB"
"HELP"
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"EXTERNAL DEVICE", "USB"
"PLAY"
*
"TRACK"
**
"PLAYLIST"
"FOLDER"
**
"SHUFFLE ALL"
"SHUFFLE FOLDER"
"SHUFFLE PLAYLIST"
"SHUFFLE OFF"
"REPEAT TRACK"
"REPEAT FOLDER"
"REPEAT OFF"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
** Playlists and folders activated by voice control must be assigned special filenames.
See General information (page 257).
USB play
This function allows you to switch the
audio source to the attached USB device.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"EXTERNAL DEVICE"
"EXTERNAL DEVICE"
2
"USB"
"USB"
3
"PLAY"
USB Track
You can choose a track on your USB
device directly.
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Steps
User says
System answer
1
"EXTERNAL DEVICE"
"EXTERNAL DEVICE"
2
"USB"
"USB"
3
"TRACK"
4
"TRACK NUMBER PLEASE"
*
"<a number between 1 and 99>"
"TRACK <number>"
* Additionally, numbers can be spoken as up to four single digits (for example "2", "4",
"5" for track 245)
Overview
External devices - iPod
The overview below shows the available
voice commands. The following lists will
give further information about the
complete command menu in selected
examples.
These voice commands support the
functionality of an iPod which may be
connected to the audio unit.
"EXTERNAL DEVICE", "IPOD"
"HELP"
"PLAY"
*
"TRACK"
**
"PLAYLIST"
"SHUFFLE ALL"
"SHUFFLE PLAYLIST"
"SHUFFLE OFF"
"REPEAT TRACK"
"REPEAT OFF"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
** Playlists activated by voice control must be assigned special filenames. See General
information (page 257).
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iPod Track
You can choose a track off the all titles list
of your iPod directly.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"EXTERNAL DEVICE"
"EXTERNAL DEVICE"
2
"IPOD"
"IPOD"
3
"TRACK"
4
"<a number between 1 and 99>"
"TRACK NUMBER PLEASE"
*
"TRACK <number>"
**
* Can be used as a shortcut.
** Additionally, numbers can be spoken as up to five single digits (for example "5", "2",
"4", "5", "3" for track 52453), to a limit of 65535.
iPod playlist
You can choose a playlist from your iPod
directly.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"EXTERNAL DEVICE"
"EXTERNAL DEVICE"
2
"IPOD"
"IPOD"
3
"PLAYLIST"
"PLAYLIST NUMBER PLEASE"
4
"<a number between 1 and 10>"
"PLAYLIST <number>"
*
* Playlists activated by voice control must be assigned special filenames. See General
information (page 257).
Overview
SD Card
The overview below shows the available
voice commands. The following lists will
give further information about the
complete command menu in selected
examples.
These voice commands support the
functionality of an SD card which has
suitable audio files written to it.
"SD CARD"
"HELP"
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"SD CARD"
"PLAY"
*
"TRACK"
"SHUFFLE ALL"
"SHUFFLE FOLDER"
"SHUFFLE OFF"
"REPEAT TRACK"
"REPEAT FOLDER"
"REPEAT OFF"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
SD card play
This function allows you to switch the
audio source to the SD card audio files.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"SD CARD"
"SD CARD"
2
"PLAY"
SD card track
You can choose a track on your SD card
directly.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"SD CARD"
"SD CARD"
2
"TRACK"
3
"<a number between 1 and 99>"
"TRACK NUMBER PLEASE"
*
**
"TRACK <number>"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
** Additionally, numbers can be spoken as up to four single digits (for example "2", "4",
"5" for track 245).
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Overview
TELEPHONE COMMANDS
The overview below shows the available
voice commands. The following lists will
give further information about the
complete command menu in selected
examples.
Phone
Your phone system allows you to create
an additional phonebook. The stored
entries can be dialled by voice control.
Phone numbers stored by using voice
control are stored on the vehicle system
and not in your phone.
"PHONE"
"HELP"
*
"MOBILE NAME"
*
"DIAL NUMBER"
*
"DIAL NAME"
"DELETE NAME"
"DELETE DIRECTORY"
"PLAY DIRECTORY"
"STORE NAME"
*
"REDIAL"
"ACCEPT CALLS"
"REJECT CALLS"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
Create a phonebook
Store name
New entries can be stored with the
"STORE NAME" command. This feature
can be used to dial a number by calling
up the name instead of the full phone
number.
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Steps
User says
System answer
1
"PHONE"
"PHONE"
2
"STORE NAME"
"STORE NAME"
"NAME PLEASE"
3
"<name>"
"REPEAT NAME PLEASE"
4
"<name>"
"STORING NAME"
"<name> STORED"
"NUMBER PLEASE"
5
"<phone number>"
"<phone number>"
6
"STORE"
"STORING NUMBER"
"<phone number>"
"NUMBER STORED"
Delete name
Stored names can also be deleted from
the directory.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"PHONE"
"PHONE"
2
"DELETE NAME"
"NAME PLEASE"
3
"<name>"
"DELETE <name>"
"CONFIRM YES OR NO"
4
"YES"
"<name> DELETED"
"NO"
"COMMAND CANCELLED"
Play directory
Use this function to let the system tell you
all stored entries.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"PHONE"
"PHONE"
2
"PLAY DIRECTORY"
"PLAY DIRECTORY"
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Delete directory
This function allows you to delete all
entries in one go.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"PHONE"
"PHONE"
2
"DELETE DIRECTORY"
"DELETE DIRECTORY"
"CONFIRM YES OR NO"
3
"YES"
"DIRECTORY DELETED"
"NO"
"COMMAND CANCELLED"
Phone functions
Mobile name
This function allows you to access phone
numbers stored with a name tag in your
mobile phone.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"PHONE"
"PHONE"
2
"MOBILE NAME"
*
"MOBILE NAME" "<phone
dependent dialogue>"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
Dial number
Phone numbers can be dialled after giving
the name tag voice command.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"PHONE"
"PHONE"
2
"DIAL NUMBER"
"NUMBER PLEASE"
3
"<phone number>"
"<phone number>
CONTINUE?"
4
"DIAL"
"DIALLING"
"CORRECTION"
"<repeat last part of number>
*
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Steps
User says
System answer
CONTINUE?"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
Dial name
Phone numbers can be dialled after giving
the name tag voice command.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"PHONE"
"PHONE"
2
"DIAL NAME"
"NAME PLEASE"
3
"<name>"
"DIAL <name>"
"CONFIRM YES OR NO"
4
"YES"
"DIALLING"
"NO"
"COMMAND CANCELLED"
*
* Can be used as a shortcut.
Redial
This function allows you to redial the last
dialled phone number.
Steps
User says
System answer
"PHONE"
1
"PHONE"
2
"REDIAL"
*
"REDIAL"
"CONFIRM YES OR NO"
3
"YES"
"DIALLING"
"NO"
"COMMAND CANCELLED"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
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Note: DTMF can only be used during an
ongoing call. Press the VOICE button and
wait for the system prompt.
DTMF (Tone dialling)
This function transfers spoken numbers
into DTMF tones. For example, to make
a remote enquiry to your home answering
machine or to enter a PIN number etc.
Steps
Can only be used with vehicles installed
with a dedicated VOICE button.
User says
System answer
1
2
"NUMBER PLEASE"
"<numbers 1 to 9, zero, hash, star>"
Main settings
Reject calls
Calls can be set to be automatically
rejected using voice control.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"PHONE"
"PHONE"
2
"REJECT CALLS"
"REJECT CALLS"
"ACCEPT CALLS"
*
"ACCEPT CALLS"
* use this command to turn the reject mode off
CLIMATE CONTROL
COMMANDS
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
COMMANDS
Climate
Please refer to your separate Navigation
handbook for details of the command
menus.
The climate voice commands supports
the functionality of the fan speed,
temperature and mode settings. Not all
functions are available on all vehicles.
Overview
The overview below shows the available
voice commands. The following lists will
give further information about the
complete command menu in selected
examples.
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"CLIMATE"
"HELP"
*
"FAN"
"DEFROSTING/DEMISTING ON"
*
"DEFROSTING/DEMISTING OFF"
"TEMPERATURE"
"AUTO MODE"
*
*
*
* Can be used as a shortcut. On vehicles fitted with an English language module the
"FAN" shortcut is not available.
Fan
This function allows you to adjust the fan
speed.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"CLIMATE"
"CLIMATE"
2
3
*
"‘FAN"
"FAN SPEED PLEASE"
"MINIMUM"
"FAN MINIMUM"
"<a number between 1 and 7>"
"FAN <number>"
"MAXIMUM"
"FAN MAXIMUM"
* Can be used as a shortcut. On vehicles fitted with an English language module the
"FAN" shortcut is not available.
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Defrosting/Demisting
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"CLIMATE"
"CLIMATE"
"DEFROSTING ON/DEMISTING
*
ON"
"DEFROSTING ON/DEMISTING ON"
2
"DEFROSTING OFF/DEMISTING
*
OFF"
"DEFROSTING OFF/DEMISTING
OFF"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
Temperature
This function allows you to adjust the
temperature.
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"CLIMATE"
"CLIMATE"
2
"TEMPERATURE"
3
*
"TEMPERATURE PLEASE"
"MINIMUM"
"TEMPERATURE MINIMUM"
"<a number between 15 and 29 °C
with 0.5 increments>" or "<a
number between 59 and 84 °F>"
"TEMPERATURE <number>"
"MAXIMUM"
"TEMPERATURE MAXIMUM"
* Can be used as a shortcut.
Auto mode
Steps
User says
System answer
1
"CLIMATE"
"CLIMATE"
2
"AUTO MODE"
*
"AUTO MODE"
* Can be used as a shortcut. Can be deactivated by selecting a different temperature
or fan speed.
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Connectivity
The system supports a range of external
devices, to fully integrate with your audio
unit via the USB and auxiliary input
sockets. Once connected, control of the
external device is possible via the audio
unit.
GENERAL INFORMATION
CAUTIONS
Take care when handling external
devices with exposed electrical
connectors (such as the USB plug).
Always replace the protective cap/shield
when possible. There may be a risk of
electrostatic discharge causing damage
to the device.
A list of typical compatible devices are
shown below:
• USB memory sticks
• USB portable hard drives
• MP3 players with USB connection
• iPod media players (refer to
www.ford-mobile
-connectivity.com for latest
compatibility list).
Do not touch or handle the USB
socket in the vehicle. Cover the
socket when not in use.
Only use USB Mass-Storage device
compliant devices.
Always switch your audio unit to a
different source (for example the
radio) before unplugging the USB
device.
The system is USB 2.0 full speed
compatible, USB 1.1 host compliant and
supports FAT 16/32 file systems.
Information on audio file
structures for external devices
Do not install or connect USB hubs
or splitters.
USB
Note: The system is only designed to
recognize and read suitable audio files
from a USB device that conforms to the
USB Mass-Storage device class or an
iPod. Not all available USB devices can be
guaranteed to function with the system.
Create only a single partition on the USB
device.
If playlists are created, they must contain
correct file paths referenced to the USB
device. It is recommended to create the
playlist after the audio files have been
transferred to the USB device.
Note: It is possible to connect compatible
devices with a trailing USB lead as well as
those that plug into the vehicle USB
socket directly (for example USB memory
sticks and pen drives).
Playlists must be created in .m3u format.
Audio files must be in .mp3 format.
Do not exceed the following limits:
• 1000 items per folder (files, folders and
playlists)
• 5000 folders per USB device
(including playlists)
• 8 subfolder levels.
Note: Some USB devices with a higher
power consumption may not be
compatible (for example some larger hard
drives).
Note: Access time to read the files on
the external device will vary depending
upon factors such as the file structure,
size and device content.
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Connection
To enable voice control for custom
playlists and folders, follow the procedure
below:
• Create folders named with the
structure "Ford<*>" where <*> is a
number 1-10. For example "Ford3"
without an extension.
• Create playlists named with the
structure "Ford<*>.m3u" where <*>
is a number 1-10. For example
"Ford5.m3u" without any space
between "Ford" and the number.
Plug in the device, and if necessary
secure it to prevent movement within the
vehicle.
Connecting an iPod
For optimum convenience and audio
quality, we recommend that you purchase
a dedicated single connection lead
available from your dealer.
Alternatively, it is possible to connect your
iPod using the standard iPod USB cable
and a separate 3.5mm audio jack lead. If
using this method preset the iPod volume
to maximum and turn off any equalizer
settings before making the connections:
Thereafter, custom folders and playlists
will be selectable with voice control. See
Audio unit commands (page 239).
iPod
•
To enable voice control for custom
playlists, create playlists named with the
structure "Ford<*>" where <*> is a
number 1-10. For example "Ford7"
without any space between "Ford" and
the number.
•
Connect the headphone output of the
iPod to the AUX IN socket.
Connect the USB cable from the iPod
to the vehicle USB socket.
CONNECTINGANEXTERNAL
DEVICE - VEHICLES WITH:
BLUETOOTH
Thereafter, playlists will be selectable with
voice control. See Audio unit
commands (page 239).
Connecting a Bluetooth audio
device
CONNECTINGANEXTERNAL
DEVICE
CAUTION
As various standards exist,
manufacturers are able to implement
a variety of profiles in their Bluetooth
devices. Because of this, an
incompatibility can occur between the
Bluetooth device and the system, which
in some cases may limit system
functionality. To avoid this situation, only
recommended devices should be used.
WARNING
Make sure the external device is
securely mounted within the vehicle,
and that trailing connections do not
obstruct any of the driving controls.
External devices may be connected using
the auxiliary input socket and the USB
port. See Auxiliary input (AUX IN)
socket (page 125). See USB port (page
126).
Please visit the website
www.ford-mobile-connectivity.com
for full details.
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Bonding the device
Information not available
Note: Some audio and navigation units
have a separate Bluetooth audio menu.
Use this to access setup and control.
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Sony radio
To connect the device to the system
follow the same procedure as for
Bluetooth hands free phones. See
Bluetooth setup (page 232).
Operation
Select the USB device as the audio
source by repeatedly pressing the
CD/AUX button until USB appears in the
display. After first connecting the USB
device, the first track within the first folder
will start to play automatically.
Subsequently, following audio source
switching, the position of playback on the
USB device is remembered.
Operating the device
Select Bluetooth audio as the active
source.
Tracks can be accessed by skipping
forwards and backwards using the
steering wheel controls, or directly from
the audio unit controls.
To browse the device contents, press the
up/down arrow key or the OK button
once.
USING A USB DEVICE
The display will show the track
information, together with other important
information described below:
• A vertical scroll bar on the right side of
the display shows the current position
of the folder view.
• ">" after an entry indicates a further
level down is readable (for example a
folder named after an album, with
individual album tracks within that
folder).
• "<" before the list indicates that a
further level up is readable.
• Icons to the left of track/folder text
indicate the type of file/folder. Refer
to the list for an explanation of these
icons.
Various icons are used to identify types
of audio file, folders etc.
USB device is the active source
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Folder
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Playlist
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Album
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Artist
To navigate the USB device contents, use
the up/down arrow keys to scroll through
lists, and the left/right keys to move up or
down within the folder hierarchy. Once
your desired track, playlist or folder is
highlighted, press the OK button to select
playback.
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Filename
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Track title
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Note: If you wish to jump to the top level
of the USB device contents, press and
hold the left arrow key.
To browse the device contents, press the
SELECT button once.
The display will show the track
information, together with other important
information described below:
• A vertical scroll bar on the right side of
the display shows the current position
of the folder view.
• ">" after an entry indicates a further
level down is readable (for example a
folder named after an album, with
individual album tracks within that
folder).
• "<" to the left hand side of the display
indicates that a further level up is
readable.
• Icons to the left of track/folder text
indicate the type of file/folder. Refer
to the list for an explanation of these
icons.
Audio control
Press the left and right arrow keys to skip
backwards and forwards through tracks.
Press and hold the left/right arrow keys
to enable fast rewind/fast forward through
track content.
Press the up/down arrow key or the OK
button to browse the device contents.
Press the MENU key to enter the USB
menu. It is possible to enable shuffle and
repeat functions here with respect to
folders and playlists.
Press the SCAN button to scan the whole
device, current folder or a playlist if it is in
operation.
Press the INFO button to display the
following:
• filename
• title
• artist
• album
• track number and playing time.
To navigate the USB device contents, use
the rotary scroll/select button to browse
through lists. Push the button to expand
the contents within the highlighted playlist
or folder, or to commence playback of a
particular track. Press ESC to go up one
level.
Audio control
Repeated button presses will scroll
through these displays.
Press the SEEK up and down keys to
skip backwards and forwards through
tracks.
CD Navigation units
Press and hold the SEEK keys to enable
fast rewind/fast forward through track
content.
Operation
Select the USB device as the audio
source by pressing the CD/AUX button
until DEVICES appears in the display.
Select DEVICES and then select USB from
the available device list. After first
connecting the USB device, the first track
within the first folder will start to play
automatically. Subsequently, following
audio source switching, the position of
playback on the USB device is
remembered.
Rotate or press the SELECT button to
browse the device contents.
Press SHUFFLE or REPEAT buttons to
enable shuffle and repeat functions with
respect to folders and playlists. Different
options may appear depending upon
whether or not a playlist is in operation.
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Press the SCAN button to scan the
current playlist if it is in operation, or the
complete USB device or folder.
•
Press the INFO button to display the
following:
• filename
• title
• artist
• album
• track number and playing time.
•
"<" to the left hand side of the display
indicates that a further level up is
readable.
Icons to the left of track/folder text
indicate the type of file/folder. Refer
to the list for an explanation of these
icons.
To navigate the USB device contents, use
the scroll buttons to browse through lists.
Push the button to expand the contents
within the highlighted playlist or folder, or
to commence playback of a particular
track. Press the left arrow key to go up
one level.
DVD Navigation units
Operation
Audio control
Select the USB device as the audio
source by pressing the CD/AUX button
until the USB button appears to the left of
the display. Select USB from the available
device list.
Press the SEEK up and down keys to
skip backwards and forwards through
tracks.
Press and hold the SEEK keys to enable
fast rewind/fast forward through track
content.
Note: Some devices may be shown but
not selectable, depending if the device is
connected or not.
Press the scroll bar arrow keys to browse
the device contents.
After first connecting the USB device, the
first track within the first folder will start to
play automatically. Subsequently, following
audio source switching, the position of
playback on the USB device is
remembered.
Press SHUFFLE or REPEAT buttons to
enable shuffle and repeat functions with
respect to folders and playlists.
Press the SCAN button to scan the
current playlist if it is in operation, or the
complete USB device or folder.
To browse the device contents, press the
scroll up or down arrow button.
Press the INFO button to display the
following:
• filename
• title
• artist
• album
• track number and playing time.
The display will show the track
information, together with other important
information described below:
• A vertical scroll bar on the right side of
the display shows the current position
of the folder view.
• ">" after an entry indicates a further
level down is readable (for example a
folder named after an album, with
individual album tracks within that
folder).
USING AN IPOD
Various icons are used to identify types
of audio file, folders etc.
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Connectivity
iPod is the active source
The display will show the track
information, together with other important
information described below:
• A vertical scroll bar on the right side of
the display shows the current position
of the list view.
• ">" after an entry indicates a further
level down is readable (for example all
albums by a particular artist).
• "<" before the list indicates that a
further level up is readable.
• An icon on the left side indicates the
type of the currently displayed list (for
example list of albums). Refer to the
list for an explanation of these icons.
E100030
iPod playlist
E100031
iPod artist
E100032
iPod album
E100033
iPod genre
E100034
iPod song
To navigate the iPod contents, use the
up/down arrow keys to scroll through lists,
and the left/right keys to move up or
down within the hierarchy. Once your
desired track, playlist, album, artist or
genre is highlighted, press the OK button
to select playback.
E100035
iPod generic category
E100036
iPod generic media file
Sony radio
Note: If you wish to jump to the top level
of the iPod contents, press and hold the
left arrow key.
Operation
Audio control
Select the iPod as the audio source by
repeatedly pressing the CD/AUX button
until iPod appears in the display.
Press the left and right arrow keys to skip
backwards and forwards through tracks.
E100037
Press and hold the left/right arrow keys
to enable fast rewind/fast forward through
track content.
The iPod menu list for browsing contents
will be available through the radio display.
Navigation of the contents follows the
same principles as for iPod standalone
use (for example search by artist, title,
etc.). To browse the iPod contents, press
the up/down arrow key or the OK button
once.
Press the up/down arrow key or the OK
button to browse the iPod contents.
Press the MENU key to enter the iPod
menu. It is possible to enable shuffle and
repeat functions here. It is also possible
to enable the iPod "Shuffle songs" option
directly from the top level.
Press the SCAN button to scan the
currently selected tracks.
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Connectivity
Press the INFO button to display the
following:
• title
• artist
• track number and playing time.
To navigate the iPod contents, use the
rotary scroll/select button to browse
through lists. Push the button to expand
the contents within the highlighted playlist,
album, artist, genre or to commence
playback of a particular track. Press ESC
to go up one level.
Repeated button presses will scroll
through these displays.
Audio control
CD Navigation units
Press the SEEK up and down keys to
skip backwards and forwards through
tracks.
Operation
Select the iPod as the audio source by
pressing the CD/AUX button until
DEVICES appears in the display. Select
DEVICES and then select iPod from the
available device list.
Press and hold the SEEK keys to enable
fast rewind/fast forward through track
content.
Rotate or press the SELECT button to
browse the iPod contents.
The iPod menu list for browsing contents
will be available through the display.
Navigation of the contents follows the
same principles as for iPod standalone
use (for example search by artist, title,
etc.). To browse the iPod contents, press
the SELECT button once.
Press the MENU key to enter the iPod
menu. It is possible to enable shuffle and
repeat functions here. It is also possible
to enable the iPod "Shuffle songs" option
directly from the top level.
Press the SCAN button to scan the
currently selected tracks.
The display will show the track
information, together with other important
information described below:
• A vertical scroll bar on the right side of
the display shows the current position
of the list view.
• ">" after an entry indicates a further
level down is readable (for example all
albums by a particular artist).
• "<" before the list indicates that a
further level up is readable.
• An icon on the left side indicates the
type of the currently displayed list (for
example list of albums). Refer to the
list for an explanation of these icons.
Press the INFO button to display the
following:
• title
• artist
• track number and playing time.
DVD Navigation units
Operation
Select the iPod as the audio source by
pressing the CD/AUX button until the
iPod button appears to the left of the
display. Select iPod from the available
device list.
Note: Some devices may be shown but
not selectable, depending if the device is
connected or not.
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Connectivity
The iPod menu list for browsing contents
will be available through the display.
Navigation of the contents follows the
same principles as for iPod standalone
use (for example search by artist, title,
etc.). To browse the iPod contents, press
the scroll up or down arrow button.
Press the SCAN button to scan the
currently selected tracks.
Press the INFO button to display the
following:
• title
• artist
• track number and playing time.
The display will show the track
information, together with other important
information described below:
• A vertical scroll bar on the right side of
the display shows the current position
of the list view.
• ">" after an entry indicates a further
level down is readable (for example all
albums by a particular artist).
• "<" before the list indicates that a
further level up is readable.
• An icon on the left side indicates the
type of the currently displayed list (for
example list of albums). Refer to the
list for an explanation of these icons.
To navigate the iPod contents, use the
scroll buttons to browse through lists.
Push the button to expand the contents
within the highlighted playlist, album, artist,
genre or to commence playback of a
particular track. Press the left arrow key
to go up one level.
Audio control
Press the SEEK up and down keys to
skip backwards and forwards through
tracks.
Press and hold the SEEK keys to enable
fast rewind/fast forward through track
content.
Press the scroll bar arrow keys to browse
the iPod contents.
Press the MENU key to enter the iPod
menu. It is possible to enable shuffle and
repeat functions here. It is also possible
to enable the iPod "Shuffle songs" option
directly from the top level.
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Navigation introduction
ROAD SAFETY
WARNINGS
The system provides you with
information designed to help you
reach your destination quickly and
safely.
For reasons of safety, the driver
should only program the system
when the vehicle is stationary.
The system provides no assistance
with respect to stop signs, traffic
lights, areas under construction or
other important safety information.
Do not use the system until you
have familiarised yourself with its
operation.
Only view the system display when
driving conditions permit.
Safety information
Read and follow all stated safety
precautions. Failure to do so may increase
your risk of collision and personal injury.
Ford Motor Company shall not be liable
for any damages of any type arising from
failure to follow these guidelines.
If detailed viewing of route instructions is
necessary, pull off the road when it is safe
to do so and park your vehicle.
Do not use the navigation system to
locate emergency services.
To use the system as effectively and
safely as possible, always use the latest
navigation information. Your dealer will be
able to assist with this.
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Navigation system
Installing the micro SD card
GETTING STARTED
CAUTION
Using the system with the engine off
will drain the battery.
1
Note: You will be charged when sending
and receiving text messages.
Note: Refer to your phone handbook for
all phone functions and operation.
2
Note: Keep the activation code (printed
on the installation guide) in a safe place.
Note: Retain the activation text message
in your mobile phone inbox.
E114212
Compatibility of phones
1.
Remove the micro SD card from the
adaptor.
2. Insert the micro SD card into the
mobile phone.
CAUTION
As no common agreement exists,
mobile phone manufacturers are able
to implement a variety of profiles in
their Bluetooth devices. Because of this,
an incompatibility can occur between the
phone and hands-free system, which in
some cases may significantly degrade the
system performance. To avoid this
situation, only recommended phones
should be used.
Activating the mobile phone
navigation system
Note: The radio must be switched on
before connecting the mobile phone to
the in-car GPS receiver.
Note: The Ford Mobile Navigation must
be installed and activated on your mobile
phone.
Please visit the website
www.ford-mobile-connectivity.com for
full details.
Note: It is possible to activate up to a
maximum of three phones.
Note: Detailed instructions are available
on the micro SD card and at
www.ford-mobile-connectivity.com.
1.
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Switch the radio on.
Navigation system
E114213
2. Switch your mobile phone on and start
the "Ford Mobile Navigation".
3. Choose "Select Destination".
4. Choose "Enter Address".
5. Change route options if necessary
and start the route guidance.
6. The vehicle display will show the turn
information. Voice instructions are
heard via the vehicle speakers.
Note: Your mobile phone will display your
current position.
7. You are able to exit the application and
continue your route guidance after
restarting the application.
267
Appendices
www.novero.com/declaration_of_conformity
TYPE APPROVALS
The Bluetooth word mark and logos are
owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any
use of such marks by Ford Motor
Company is under license. Other
trademarks and trade names are those
of their respective owners.
FCC/INDUSTRY CANADA
NOTICE
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) this device
may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any
interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired
operation.
TYPE APPROVALS
iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc.
FCC ID: WJLRX-42
TYPE APPROVALS
IC: 7847A-RX42
Changes or modifications to your device
not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance can void the
user's authority to operate the equipment.
E114214
RX-42 - declaration of
conformity
© 2008 NAVTEQ B.V. All rights reserved.
We, the party responsible for compliance,
declare under our sole responsibility that
the Handset Integration product RX-42 is
in conformity with the provisions of the
following Council Directive: 1999/5/EC. A
copy of the Declaration of Conformity can
be found at:
268
Appendices
E114220
WARNINGS
ELECTROMAGNETIC
COMPATIBILITY
Radio frequency (RF) transmitter
equipment (e.g. cellular telephones,
amateur radio transmitters etc.) may
only be fitted to your vehicle if they comply
with the parameters shown in the table
below. There are no special provisions or
conditions for installations or use.
WARNINGS
Your vehicle has been tested and
certified to European legislations
relating to electromagnetic
compatibility (2004/104/EC). It is your
responsibility to ensure that any
equipment you have fitted complies with
applicable local legislations. Have any
equipment fitted by properly trained
technicians.
Do not mount any transceiver,
microphones, speakers, or any
other item in the deployment path
of the airbag system.
Do not fasten antenna cables to
original vehicle wiring, fuel pipes and
brake pipes.
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Appendices
WARNINGS
Keep antenna and power cables at
least 100mm from any electronic
WARNINGS
modules and airbags.
6
4
1
2
3
8
5
7
E85998
Frequency
Band MHz
Maximum output power Watt
(Peak RMS)
Antenna Positions
1 – 30
50 W
3, 8
30 – 54
50 W
2, 3
68 – 87.5
50 W
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
142 – 176
50 W
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
380 – 512
50 W
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
806 – 940
10 W (2 W )
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (6 , 7 )
1200 – 1400
10 W
2
1710 – 1885
10 W (1 W )
1885 – 2025
2400 – 2500
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (6 , 7 )
10 W (1 W )
1
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (6 , 7 )
0.1 W
All positions
1
Only for GSM/3G cellular phones, with a patch antenna installed inside of the front
windscreen.
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Appendices
Note: After the installation of RF
transmitters, check for disturbances from
and to all electrical equipment in the
vehicle, both in the standby and transmit
modes.
Check all electrical equipment:
• with the ignition ON
• with the engine running
• during a road test at various speeds.
Check that electromagnetic fields
generated inside the vehicle cabin by the
transmitter installed do not exceed human
exposure limits specified in EU directive
2004/40/EC.
271
272
Index
A
Audio control............................................47
Mode..............................................................47
Seek...............................................................48
A/C
See: Climate control....................................101
Audio unit commands.........................239
About this handbook................................7
ABS
Auxiliary input..............................................245
CD Changer................................................240
CD Player....................................................239
External devices - iPod.............................247
External devices - USB.............................245
Radio............................................................242
SD Card.......................................................248
See: Brakes..................................................141
ABS driving hints
See: Hints on driving with ABS..................141
ACC
See: Adaptive cruise control (ACC)..........151
Auto-dimming mirror..............................73
Autolamps................................................54
Automatic climate control....................104
Accessories
See: Parts and accessories..........................7
See: Using ACC..........................................152
Air distribution..............................................105
Blower..........................................................105
Mono mode.................................................105
Recirculated air...........................................106
Setting the temperature............................105
Switching the air conditioning on and
off..............................................................106
Switching the automatic climate control
on and off.................................................106
Windscreen defrosting and
demisting.................................................106
Active suspension.................................146
Principle of operation.................................146
Active suspension
See: Using active suspension...................146
Adaptive cruise control (ACC).............151
Principle of operation..................................151
Adaptive cruise control
See: Using ACC..........................................152
Adaptive front lighting system
(AFS).......................................................56
Cornering lamps...........................................57
Automatic transmission........................138
Adjusting the headlamps - Vehicles
With: Adaptive Front Lighting/Xenon
Headlamps............................................55
Adjusting the steering wheel.................47
AFS
Drive modes................................................139
Emergency park position release
lever..........................................................140
Hints on driving with an automatic
transmission............................................139
Selector lever positions.............................138
See: Adaptive front lighting system
(AFS)...........................................................56
Autowipers...............................................49
Auxiliary heater.......................................107
Air conditioning
See: Climate control....................................101
Changing the remote control battery.......111
Diesel auxiliary heater (depending on
country)....................................................109
Feedback during starting and switching
off...............................................................110
Fuel operated heater (depending on
country)....................................................109
Parking heater.............................................107
Programming the transmitter.....................111
Remote start in combination with direct
start or timer.............................................110
Remote starting...........................................110
Air vents...................................................101
Front air vents..............................................101
Rear air vents...............................................101
Alarm.........................................................44
Principle of operation...................................44
Appendices...........................................268
Arming the alarm.....................................46
Arming the engine immobiliser.............43
Ashtray....................................................122
Front ashtray...............................................122
Rear ashtray................................................122
Audible warnings and indicators...........78
Auxiliary input (AUX IN) socket............125
Auxiliary power sockets.......................122
Switching the chimes on and off...............78
273
Index
B
Changing a road wheel.......................206
Installing a road wheel...............................209
Jacking and lifting points...........................207
Locking wheel nuts...................................206
Removing a road wheel............................208
Vehicle jack.................................................206
Vehicles with a temporary spare
wheel.......................................................206
Battery connection points...................205
Bluetooth setup....................................232
Handling of phones...................................232
Requirements for Bluetooth
connection..............................................232
Bonnet lock
Changing the remote control
battery....................................................32
See: Opening and closing the bonnet.....188
Booster cables
Remote control with a folding key
blade..........................................................32
Remote control without a folding key
blade..........................................................33
See: Using booster cables.......................204
Booster cushions....................................20
Booster cushion...........................................20
Booster seat.................................................20
Integrated booster cushion.........................21
Changing the wiper blades....................51
Brake and clutch fluid check...............198
Brakes......................................................141
Rear window wiper blades.........................52
Windscreen wiper blades............................51
Principle of operation..................................141
Checking the wiper blades....................51
Child safety...............................................19
Child safety locks....................................25
Child seat positioning.............................22
Child seats................................................19
Bulb changing
See: Changing a bulb..................................60
Bulb specification chart..........................67
C
Child restraints for different mass
groups........................................................19
Cigar lighter.............................................121
Cleaning the exterior............................202
Cargo nets..............................................160
Luggage retention net...............................160
Body paintwork preservation..................202
Cleaning the chrome trim.........................202
Cleaning the headlamps...........................202
Cleaning the rear window........................202
Car wash
See: Cleaning the exterior........................202
Catalytic converter................................134
Driving with a catalytic converter.............134
Cleaning the interior.............................202
CD changer............................................125
Changing a bulb......................................60
Instrument cluster screens, LCD screens,
radio screens.........................................203
Seat belts....................................................202
Approach lamp.............................................62
Central high mounted brake lamp............64
Front fog lamps............................................62
Headlamp......................................................60
Interior lamp..................................................66
Luggage compartment lamp.....................67
Number plate lamp......................................66
Reading lamps..............................................66
Rear lamps....................................................63
Side repeaters..............................................62
Vanity mirror lamp.........................................67
Climate control.......................................101
Principle of operation..................................101
Climate control commands................254
Climate.........................................................254
Clock........................................................121
Coded keys.............................................43
Cold weather precautions...................170
Connecting an external device..........258
Connection.................................................258
Connecting an external device Vehicles With: Bluetooth...................258
Changing a fuse.....................................175
Connecting a Bluetooth audio
device......................................................258
274
Index
Connectivity...........................................257
Electric seats...........................................116
General information...................................257
2-way electric seat......................................116
8-way electric seat......................................117
Convenience features...........................121
Coolant check
Electric sunroof.......................................111
See: Engine coolant check.......................197
Opening and closing the sunroof.............112
Opening and closing the sunroof
automatically............................................113
Sunroof anti-trap protection......................113
Sunroof relearning.......................................114
Sunroof safety mode..................................114
Tilting the sunroof........................................113
Cruise control.........................................149
Principle of operation.................................149
Cruise control
See: Using cruise control..........................149
Cup holders............................................123
D
Electric windows.....................................69
Anti-trap function..........................................70
Driver’s door switches.................................69
Front and rear passengers’ door
switches....................................................69
Global opening and global closing............69
Opening and closing the windows
automatically.............................................69
Resetting the memory of the electric
windows....................................................70
Safety mode..................................................70
Safety switch for rear windows.................69
Detachable tow ball..............................166
Driving with a trailer....................................168
Driving without a trailer...............................169
Inserting the tow ball arm..........................167
Maintenance...............................................169
Removing the tow ball arm.......................168
Unlocking the tow ball arm
mechanism..............................................167
Diesel particulate filter (DPF).................131
Regeneration...............................................131
Direction indicators.................................58
Disabling the passenger airbag............30
Electromagnetic compatibility............269
Emergency equipment.........................171
Engine compartment overview - 1.6L
Duratec-16V Ti-VCT (Sigma).............189
Engine compartment overview - 1.8L
Duratorq-TDCi (Lynx) Diesel.............193
Engine compartment overview - 2.0L
Duratec-HE (MI4)................................190
Engine compartment overview - 2.0L
Duratorq-TDCi (DW) Diesel...............194
Engine compartment overview - 2.2L
Duratorq-TDCi (DW) Diesel...............195
Engine compartment overview - 2.3L
Duratec-HE (MI4)................................191
Engine compartment overview - 2.5L
Duratec (VI5)........................................192
Engine coolant check...........................197
Disabling the passenger airbag..................31
Enabling the passenger airbag...................31
Fitting the passenger airbag deactivation
switch..........................................................31
Disarming the alarm................................46
Vehicles with keyless entry.........................46
Vehicles without keyless entry...................46
Disarming the engine immobiliser........43
Dog guard...............................................162
Installing behind the front seats...............162
Installing behind the rear seats.................163
DPF
See: Diesel particulate filter (DPF).............131
Driving hints............................................170
Driving through water...........................170
Driving through water ................................170
Checking the coolant level........................197
Topping up...................................................198
E
Engine heater.........................................132
Engine immobiliser..................................43
Electric exterior mirrors...........................71
Principle of operation...................................43
Electric folding mirrors.................................72
Mirror tilting positions....................................71
Reverse mirror dipping................................72
Engine oil check.....................................197
Checking the oil level..................................197
Topping up...................................................197
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Index
G
Engine oil dipstick - 1.6L Duratec-16V
Ti-VCT (Sigma)....................................196
Engine oil dipstick - 1.8L Duratorq-TDCi
(Lynx) Diesel.........................................196
Engine oil dipstick - 2.0L Duratec-HE
(MI4)/2.3L Duratec-HE (MI4)............196
Engine oil dipstick - 2.0L Duratorq-TDCi
(DW) Diesel/2.2L Duratorq-TDCi (DW)
Diesel.....................................................197
Engine oil dipstick - 2.5L Duratec
(VI5).......................................................196
Exterior mirrors.........................................71
Gauges.....................................................74
Engine coolant temperature gauge..........75
Fuel gauge.....................................................76
Gearbox
See: Transmission.......................................138
General driving points - Vehicles With:
Sports Suspension..............................170
General information on radio
frequencies............................................32
Getting started......................................266
Manual folding mirrors..................................71
Activating the mobile phone navigation
system.....................................................266
Compatibility of phones............................266
Installing the micro SD card......................266
F
Fastening the seat belts........................29
First aid kit................................................171
Fog lamp
Glasses holder.......................................125
Global opening and closing...................38
See: Front fog lamps...................................54
Global closing................................................39
Global opening.............................................39
Forward alert function..........................155
Glove box...............................................123
Adjusting the warning sensitivity..............156
Switching forward alert on/off..................156
Cooled glove box.......................................123
H
Front fog lamps.......................................54
Fuel and refuelling.................................133
Technical specifications.............................136
Handbrake
Fuel burning heater
See: Parking brake......................................141
See: Auxiliary heater...................................107
Hazard warning flashers........................56
Headlamp adjustment
Fuel consumption..................................135
Fuel consumption
Fuel filler flap...........................................134
See: Adjusting the headlamps - Vehicles
With: Adaptive Front Lighting/Xenon
Headlamps................................................55
Vehicles with diesel engine.......................135
Headlamp levelling..................................55
Fuel quality - Diesel...............................133
Recommended headlamp levelling switch
positions....................................................55
See: Technical specifications....................136
Long-term storage.....................................134
Fuel quality - E85...................................133
Long-term storage.....................................133
Headlamp washers.................................51
Head restraints.......................................118
Fuel quality - Petrol................................133
Fuse box locations................................173
Adjusting the head restraint.......................118
Removing the head restraint.....................118
Central fuse box..........................................173
Engine compartment fuse box................173
Rear fuse box - 4-door and 5-door.........174
Rear fuse box - Estate...............................174
Heated seats..........................................119
Heated windows and mirrors..............106
Heated exterior mirrors.............................107
Heated windows........................................106
Fuses.......................................................173
Fuse specification chart........................176
Heating
See: Climate control....................................101
Central fuse box..........................................179
Engine compartment fuse box................176
Rear fuse box...............................................181
Hill launch assist
See: Using hill start assist..........................143
276
Index
Hill start assist.........................................143
ISOFIX anchor points..............................24
Principle of operation.................................143
Attaching a child seat with top
tethers........................................................24
Top tether anchor points............................24
Hints on driving with ABS......................141
HLA
See: Hill start assist.....................................143
See: Using hill start assist..........................143
J
I
Jump starting
See: Using booster cables.......................204
Ignition switch.........................................127
Immobiliser
K
See: Engine immobiliser..............................43
Information displays................................79
Keyless entry...........................................40
General information.....................................79
Disabled keys................................................42
General information.....................................40
Locking and unlocking the doors with the
key blade...................................................42
Locking the vehicle......................................40
Passive key...................................................40
Unlocking the vehicle...................................41
Information messages...........................92
Active suspension........................................93
Alarm..............................................................93
Battery and charging system.....................94
Climate control.............................................94
Cruise control and Adaptive cruise control
(ACC).........................................................94
Doors open...................................................95
Engine immobiliser.......................................95
Hill launch assist (HLA).................................95
Keyless system............................................96
Lighting...........................................................96
Maintenance.................................................97
Message indicator.......................................92
Message symbols........................................92
Occupant protection...................................97
Parking brake................................................97
Power steering.............................................98
Stability control (ESP)...................................98
Transmission.................................................98
Tyre pressure monitoring system.............98
Viewing current messages.........................92
Voice control................................................100
Keyless starting......................................127
Failure to start..............................................128
Ignition on.....................................................127
Starting a diesel engine.............................128
Starting with automatic transmission......128
Starting with manual transmission...........128
Stopping the engine...................................129
Keys and remote controls.....................32
L
Lighting control........................................53
Headlamp flasher.........................................53
Home safe lighting.......................................54
Lighting control positions............................53
Main and dipped beam...............................53
Parking lamps...............................................53
Inspecting safety system
components........................................172
Lighting.....................................................53
Load carriers
Seat belts.....................................................172
See: Roof racks and load carriers............162
Instrument lighting dimmer...................121
Instruments..............................................74
Interior lamps...........................................58
Load carrying.........................................157
Courtesy lamp..............................................58
Reading lamps..............................................58
Vanity mirror lamps......................................59
Installing the load bracket.........................164
Installing the load retaining fixtures..........164
General information....................................157
Load retaining fixtures..........................164
Introduction................................................7
277
Index
Locking and unlocking...........................36
Memory function...................................124
Automatic relocking.....................................38
Central locking..............................................36
Double locking..............................................36
Double locking the doors with the
key..............................................................36
Locking and unlocking confirmation.........36
Locking and unlocking the doors and the
luggage compartment lid with the
remote control..........................................37
Locking and unlocking the doors from
inside..........................................................37
Locking and unlocking the doors with the
key..............................................................36
Luggage compartment lid..........................38
Reprogramming the unlocking
function......................................................38
Recalling a stored seat position...............125
Setting a memory pre-set.........................124
Message centre
See: Information displays............................79
Mirrors
See: Heated windows and mirrors..........106
See: Windows and mirrors.........................69
N
Navigation introduction........................265
Navigation system commands..........254
Navigation system................................266
O
Locks.........................................................36
Luggage anchor points........................157
Occupant protection..............................27
Principle of operation...................................27
Oil check
4-door and 5-door.....................................158
Estate............................................................157
See: Engine oil check.................................197
Luggage covers.....................................161
See: Opening and closing the bonnet.....188
M
O
Maintenance...........................................187
General information....................................187
Technical specifications.............................199
Opening and closing the bonnet........188
Closing the bonnet.....................................188
Opening the bonnet...................................188
Manual climate control.........................102
Air conditioning............................................103
Air distribution control................................102
Blower..........................................................102
Heating the interior quickly........................102
Recirculated air...........................................102
Ventilation.....................................................103
P
Parking aid..............................................147
Principle of operation.................................147
Parking aid
Manual seats...........................................115
See: Using the parking aid.........................147
Adjusting the angle of the seatback........116
Adjusting the height of the driver’s
seat............................................................116
Adjusting the lumbar support....................116
Moving the seats backwards and
forwards....................................................115
Parking brake..........................................141
Applying the parking brake........................141
Parking on a hill............................................141
Releasing the parking brake......................141
Parts and accessories..............................7
Look for the Ford logo on the following
parts .............................................................8
Now you can be sure that your Ford parts
are Ford parts..............................................7
Manual transmission.............................138
All vehicles....................................................138
Selecting reverse gear...............................138
Map pockets..........................................124
278
Index
Personalised settings.............................90
Rear window wiper and washers.........50
Help screen, radio, navigation and phone
information................................................90
Language.......................................................91
Navigation information................................90
Units of measure...........................................91
Intermittent wipe..........................................50
Reverse gear wipe.......................................50
Washer...........................................................50
Refuelling - E85......................................135
Refuelling................................................135
Remote control battery
Power steering fluid check..................198
Topping up...................................................198
See: Changing the remote control
battery........................................................32
Programming the remote control........32
Remote control programming
Programming a new remote control........32
Reprogramming the unlocking
function......................................................32
See: Programming the remote control.....32
Q
Removing a headlamp...........................59
Repairing minor paint damage...........203
Road Safety...........................................265
Quick start.................................................10
Roof racks and load carriers...............162
Safety information......................................265
Adjusting the steering wheel.......................13
Autolamps......................................................14
Automatic climate control...........................15
Automatic transmission................................17
Autowipers.....................................................14
Diesel particulate filter (DPF).......................16
Electric folding mirrors..................................14
Engine idle speed after starting..................16
Fuel filler flap...................................................16
Information displays......................................15
Instrument panel overview - left-hand
drive............................................................10
Instrument panel overview - right-hand
drive.............................................................11
Keyless entry.................................................12
Keyless starting.............................................16
Manual climate control.................................15
Manual transmission.....................................17
Memory function...........................................15
Roof rack......................................................162
Run flat tyres..........................................216
Principle of operation.................................216
Replacing run flat tyres..............................216
What to do if a run flat tyre has a
puncture..................................................216
Running-in...............................................170
Brakes and clutch.......................................170
Engine...........................................................170
Tyres..............................................................170
S
Seat belt height adjustment..................29
Seat belt reminder..................................30
Deactivating the seat belt reminder..........30
Seats........................................................115
Sitting in the correct position................115
Sliding loadspace floor..........................158
Storage compartment...............................159
R
Snow chains
See: Using snow chains.............................217
Rear fog lamps........................................54
Rear seats...............................................118
Speed control
See: Cruise control.....................................149
Stability control.......................................142
Creating a level load floor...........................118
Folding the seatbacks down.....................118
Folding the seatbacks up...........................119
Principle of operation.................................142
Stability control
Rear under floor storage......................160
See: Using stability control........................142
Starter switch
Vehicles with a sliding loadspace
floor...........................................................160
Vehicles without a sliding loadspace
floor...........................................................160
See: Ignition switch.....................................127
Starting a diesel engine.........................131
Cold or hot engine......................................131
279
Index
Starting a petrol engine - E85.............130
Towing a trailer.......................................166
Starting at low ambient temperatures
...................................................................130
Steep gradients..........................................166
Towing points.........................................185
Towing the vehicle on four
wheels..................................................185
Starting a petrol engine........................129
Cold or hot engine......................................129
Engine idle speed after starting...............130
Flooded engine...........................................130
All vehicles....................................................185
Vehicles with automatic
transmission............................................185
Starting the engine................................127
Towing.....................................................166
Transmission..........................................138
Trip computer..........................................88
General information....................................127
Status after a collision...........................172
Steering wheel lock...............................129
Vehicles with keyless starting...................129
Vehicles without keyless starting.............129
Switching off the engine.......................132
Average fuel consumption.........................88
Average speed.............................................88
Distance to empty........................................88
Odometer......................................................88
Outside air temperature..............................88
Tripmeter.......................................................88
Type 1 and 2..................................................89
Type 3............................................................89
Vehicles with a turbocharger....................132
Type approvals......................................268
Symbols glossary.......................................7
FCC/INDUSTRY CANADA NOTICE.........268
RX-42 - declaration of conformity..........268
Steering wheel.........................................47
Storage compartments........................123
Sun blinds................................................121
Sunroof
See: Electric sunroof....................................111
Symbols in this handbook.............................7
Symbols on your vehicle................................7
Tyre care.................................................217
Tyre pressure monitoring system.......218
T
Checking the tyre pressures....................218
Setting the vehicle load.............................218
Technical specifications.......................223
Tyre pressures
Technical specifications............................223
See: Technical specifications....................219
Telephone commands........................250
Tyre repair kit..........................................210
Create a phonebook.................................250
Main settings..............................................254
Phone..........................................................250
Phone functions.........................................252
Checking the tyre pressure......................215
General information....................................210
Inflating the tyre...........................................211
Using the tyre repair kit...............................211
Telephone controls..............................233
Tyres
Remote control..........................................233
See: Wheels and tyres..............................206
Telephone setup...................................231
U
Bond another Bluetooth phone..............232
Making a phone an active phone...........232
Phonebook..................................................231
Phonebook categories..............................231
USB port.................................................126
Using ACC..............................................152
Telephone...............................................231
Automatic deactivation..............................154
Cancelling ACC...........................................154
Changing the set speed............................153
Resuming ACC...........................................154
Setting a speed...........................................153
Setting the vehicle gap..............................153
Switching ACC off.......................................154
Switching ACC on.......................................153
General information....................................231
Telephone
See: Using the telephone - Vehicles With:
Navigation System................................236
See: Using the telephone - Vehicles Without:
Navigation System................................233
280
Index
Using active suspension......................146
Using voice control...............................238
Selecting a setting......................................146
System malfunction...................................146
Name tag....................................................239
System operation......................................238
Using an iPod.........................................261
Using winter tyres..................................217
CD Navigation units...................................263
DVD Navigation units.................................263
Sony radio...................................................262
V
Using a USB device..............................259
Vehicle battery......................................204
Vehicle care...........................................202
Vehicle identification number
(VIN)......................................................222
Vehicle identification plate...................222
Vehicle identification.............................222
Vehicle recovery....................................185
Ventilated seats......................................119
Ventilation
CD Navigation units...................................260
DVD Navigation units..................................261
Sony radio...................................................259
Using booster cables...........................204
To connect the booster cables...............204
To start the engine.....................................204
Using cruise control..............................149
Cancelling the set speed..........................149
Changing the set speed............................149
Resuming the set speed...........................150
Setting a speed...........................................149
Switching cruise control off.......................150
Switching cruise control on.......................149
See: Climate control....................................101
Vents
See: Air vents...............................................101
VIN
See: Vehicle identification number
(VIN).........................................................222
Using hill start assist..............................143
Voice control.........................................238
Activating the system................................144
Deactivating the system............................145
Using
Using
Using
Using
Principle of operation................................238
seat belts during pregnancy......30
snow chains................................217
stability control............................142
the parking aid............................147
W
Warning lamps and indicators...............76
Manoeuvring with the parking aid............147
Switching the parking aid on and off.......147
ABS warning lamp........................................76
Airbag warning lamp....................................76
Brake system lamp......................................76
Cruise control indicator...............................76
Direction indicators.......................................76
Engine warning lamp...................................76
Forward alert indicator.................................77
Front fog lamp indicator..............................77
Frost warning lamp.......................................77
Glow plug indicator.......................................77
Headlamp indicator......................................77
Ignition warning lamp...................................77
Low fuel level warning lamp........................77
Main beam indicator.....................................77
Message indicator........................................77
Oil pressure warning lamp...........................77
Rear fog lamp indicator...............................78
Seat belt reminder........................................78
Shift indicator.................................................78
Stability control (ESP) warning lamp..........78
Using the telephone - Vehicles With:
Navigation System.............................236
Changing the active phone......................237
Debonding a bonded phone...................237
Making a call...............................................236
Muting the microphone............................236
Receiving an incoming call.......................236
Receiving a second incoming call...........236
Using the telephone - Vehicles Without:
Navigation System.............................233
Changing the active phone......................235
Debonding a bonded phone...................235
Debonding a bonded phone - Sony
radio.........................................................235
Making a call...............................................233
Muting the microphone............................235
Receiving an incoming call.......................234
Receiving a second incoming call...........234
281
Index
Warning triangle......................................171
4-door and 5-door......................................171
Estate and vehicles with tyre repair
kit................................................................171
Washer fluid check................................199
Washers
See: Wipers and washers...........................49
Washing
See: Cleaning the exterior........................202
Wheels and tyres..................................206
General information...................................206
Technical specifications.............................219
Windows and mirrors.............................69
Windscreen washers.............................50
Windscreen wipers.................................49
Intermittent wipe..........................................49
Winter tyres
See: Using winter tyres..............................217
Wipers and washers...............................49
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