Volvo | 2011 C70 | Owner`s manual | Volvo 2011 C70 Owner`s manual

VOLVO C70
quick guide
WELCOME TO THE GLOBAL FAMILY OF VOLVO
OWNERS!
Getting to know your new vehicle is an exciting experience.
This Quick Guide provides a brief overview of the most common
features and functions in your Volvo.
However, for the most up-to-date and detailed descriptions and
instructions, as well as important warnings and other information not
included in this folder, please refer to your Owner’s Manual.
An asterisk (*) indicates optional equipment.
For additional information, contact Customer Service:
U.S.A.: 1-800-458-1552 www.volvocars.us
Canada: 1-800-663-8255 www.volvocanada.com
remote key & key blade
Locks the doors and trunk and arms
the alarm. If the car is locked with the
remote key while the power retractable
hard top is down, the double locking
feature activates after approximately
30 seconds. The doors can then not be
opened from inside the car.
Unlocks the doors and trunk, and disarms the alarmA.
Unlocks (but does not open ) the trunk.
Approach lighting illuminates lights in
door mirrors, cabin, footwells, license
plates. Turn signals and parking lights
illuminate.
key blade
Used to lock/unlock the glove compartment or
the driver’s door if the vehicle has no electrical
current.
autostart
Depress the clutch and/or brake pedal. Turn
the key/keyless drive start control to position
III and release it. The engine will start automatically.
“Panic” alarm.
– Press and hold to sound the alarm.
Turn off alarm with unlock button.
A.
Automatic relock occurs if no door/trunk is opened within
2 minutes after unlock.
note
After cold starts, your engine will idle at a
higher speed for a short time.
Insert the key blade to mechanically open the
trunk.
setting the clock
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press the MENU button on the center console control panel.
Select Clock adjust.
Press ENTER
Use the left/right arrow keys on the navigation control to highlight a number in the clock.
Set the time by using the number keys or with the up/down arrow keys.
Press ENTER to save the change and exit the menu.
turn signals
A
B
Lane-change sequence, three flashes.
Full turn sequence.
Steering wheel adjustment
warning
Never adjust the steering wheel while
driving.
Lighting panel
Automatic headlights. High beam flash
only.
Parking lights.
Headlights: turn off when ignition is
switched off, high/low beams.
Active Bending Lights*, headlight
beams follow movements of the steering wheel.
Display & instrument panel lighting.
Front fog lights*.
Open the fuel filler door.
Rear fog light (driver’s side only).
A
High beam flash.
B
Toggle between high/low beams, home
safe lighting.
car care
Hand washing is gentler on the paint than an
automatic car wash. Since the paint on a new
vehicle may take several months to harden
completely, we recommend washing the vehicle by hand during this period. Use clean water,
a suitable car washing detergent and a sponge.
Keep in mind that dirt or grit on the sponge can
scratch the paint.
Storage spaces, 12-volt socket & AUX/USB* connector
The 12-volt sockets in the cabin function in
ignition positions I or II.
The 12-volt socket* in the trunk always functions.
AUX/USB* can be used to connect e.g., an
mp3 player to the vehicle’s audio system.
caution
Using the optional 12-volt socket in the trunk
with the engine switched off will drain the
battery.
audio system
RADIO
6 Turn to select a radio station.
7 Search for the next strong station.
9 Search for stations with left/right arrows.
Store up to 20 stations by pressing and
holding one of the preset buttons 0–9 in
FM1 and 0–9 in FM2, until the stored station is confirmed in the display.
10 Autostore stations by pressing for 2 seconds. AUTOSTORE is displayed during
the search. The 10 strongest stations are
stored. Press 0–9 to select a station.
CD playeR
1 Press to turn on/off.
Turn to adjust volume.
2 FM1, FM2 or AM radio.
4 Display
5 MODE, CD, Sirius satellite radio*, AUX/
USBA
6 Sound settings. Press to select e.g.,
BASS, TREBLE, etc.
Turn to adjust.
8 MENU. AUX, volume and advanced sound
3 Press to eject a CD.
6 Turn to change tracks.
9 Change tracks with left/right arrows.
BLUETOOTH®
1. Make the cell phone searchable/visible.
2. Press the PHONE button on the audio system control panel briefly.
3. Select ”Add phone” in the audio system
display.
4. Select the cell phone to be connected.
5. Enter the numbers shown in the audio system display using the cell phone’s keypad.
settings.
HD radio
HD radio reception is subject to coverage limitations. See your Owner’s Manual for details.
A.
AUX/USB sockets for e.g., an mp3 player. Set the device’s
volume to medium for best sound quality. An iPod® connected to the USB socket will also be charged.
CD storage
The deep center storage compartment has
room for 10 CD jewel cases. These cases must
be inserted with their spines upward in order
to allow room for 10 CDs.
electronic climate control (Ecc)
AUTOMATIC CONTROL
In AUTO mode, ECC controls all functions
automatically and makes driving more pleasant
with optimal air quality.
1 Press AUTO to maintain automatic cabin
temperature, balanced airflow and other
settings.
7 Press to individually adjust the left (L) or
right (R) side.
Turn the dial to the desired temperature,
which is shown in the display.
MANUal control
1 Blower speed.
2 Max. defroster. Directs maximum air flow
to the windshield and front side windows.
3 Recirculation
4 Heated rear window and door mirrors.
5 Air distribution.
6 Air conditioning Off/On to cool the cabin
and defog the windows.
wipers and rain sensor*
1
2
Rain sensor On/Off with the lever in the
0 position.
Turn to adjust intermittent wiper speed or
rain sensor sensitivity where applicable.
A
Single wiper sweep.
0
Off
B
Intermittent wipers. Turn (2) to adjust
interval.
C
Normal wiper speed.
D
High wiper speed.
E
Windshield and headlight washer.
Displayed when the rain sensor is
active.
trip computer and odometer
1 Low fuel level indicator
When the symbol illuminates, refuel as
soon as possible.
2 Fuel gauge.
The fuel filler door is on the right, as indicated by the arrow.
3 Information display (trip computer in-
formation, messages, clock and ambient
temperature).
4 The trip odometer display shows two
separate trip odometers, T1 & T2.
5 A short press toggles between T1 & T2.
A long press resets the displayed odometer.
6 Press to display or erase a message.
7 Turn to show trip computer information
alternatives.
8 A short press resets current function.
A long press resets all functions.
note
The display text MILES TO EMPTY TANK is
an approximation, based on recent average
fuel consumption.
BLIND SPOT INFORMATION SYSTEM (BLIS)*
REFUELING
If the BLIS indicator lights illuminate occasionally even when there are no other vehicles in
the blind area, this may be caused by light reflected from a wet road surface, the vehicle’s
own shadow against a large, light, smooth
surface, or sunlight directly in the camera
when the sun is low on the horizon.
In the event of a fault, Blind spot syst.
service required will be displayed. See
the Owner’s Manual for other BLIS-related
messages.
1. Press this button to open the fuel filler door.
2. Hang the fuel filler cap on the hook while
refueling.
operating the power retractable hard top
preparation
There should be no objects on the parcel
shelf, roof, or trunk lid.
• 6.5 ft (2 m) free height above the car, and
8 in. (0.2 m) behind.
• Flat ground.
• Ambient temperature above 14 ˚F (-10 ˚C).
• Trunk lid and trunk divider closed.
• The car must be at a standstill.
• Due to the low roofline, the front seat head
restraints must be in the lowest position.
• Always have an unobstructed view of the
power retractable hard top when it is in
motion.
The windows open automatically approximately 1 in. (2 cm) when the power retractable
hard top is operated. They close automatically.
trunk divider
The trunk divider limits the amount of cargo
in the trunk to leave space for the power
retractable hard top.
1. Raise the divider when loading the trunk.
2. Close the divider completely (3) before
operating the hard top. See the decal on
the trunk divider.
Load assistance
Raise or lower the folded power retractable
hard top to facilitate loading.
1. Press the button and wait several seconds for the hard top to rise slightly.
2. Open the trunk divider, load the cargo,
and close the trunk divider again.
3. Press the button again to lower the folded
power retractable hard top.
OPeration
1. Engine idling (car parked outdoors).
2. Press the brake pedal.
3. Hold down the button (see inset illustration above) to open or pull up to close
the convertible hard top. Hold until a tone
is audible and the message TOP FULLY
UP/TOP FULLY DOWN is displayed.
4. Release the button.
automatic car wash
Remove the antenna by turning it counterclockwise before washing the car in an
automatic car wash.
Adjusting the front seat
Entering the rear seat
1
2
3
4
5
6
Lumbar support.
Head restraint height adjustment.
Access to rear seat.
Backrest tilt.
Raise/lower the seat.
Raise/lower the front edge of the seat
cushion.
Forward/rearward.
Tire pressure monitoring
system (TPMS)
When a low tire pressure warning message
(LOW TIRE PRESS. CHECK TIRES or VERY
LOW TIRE PRESSURE) has been displayed
and the tire pressure warning light ( ) has
illuminated, one or more tires has low inflation
pressure.
Check the inflation pressure of all four tires
with a tire pressure gauge as soon as possible
and pump the tire(s) with low pressure to the
recommended inflation pressure.
Refer to the inflation pressure tables in the
chapter “Wheels and tires” in the Owner’s
Manual.
1. Remove the seat belt from the guide (A).
2. Pull up the handle (B) and fold the backrest
forward until it locks in position.
3. Move the seat forward (C).
Moving the seat rearward
1. Move the seat rearward until it reaches the
desired position (D).
2. Pull up the handle (E) and return the backrest to the upright position.
3. Put the seat belt back into the guide (F).
Power seat*
Moving the seat forward
1. Remove the seat belt from the guide (A).
2. Pull up the handle (B) and fold the backrest
forward until it locks in position.
3. Press and hold in the front section of the
button (G).
Moving the seat rearward
1. Press and hold in the rear section of the
button (G).
2. Pull up the handle (E) and return the backrest to the upright position.
3. Put the seat belt back into the guide (F).
note
When putting on the seat belt, it is easiest
to reach for the lower section of the belt,
near the guide, instead of reaching over
your shoulder.
TP 11905 (USA & Canada) AT 1020. Printed in Sweden, Göteborg 2010, Copyright © 2000-2010 Volvo Car Corporation
Manual seat
Moving the seat forward
Download PDF